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Glider Accident Review - FY2021 - Takeaways to Teach! A 3 Part Series!
Glider Accident Review - FY2021. What Can You Learn and Adjust in Your Teaching/Flying.
Date and Time:
Monday, March 21, 2022, starting at 19:00 Eastern Daylight Time (16:00 PDT; 17:00 MDT; 18:00 CDT; 13:00 HST; 15:00 AKDT; 16:00 Arizona; 23:00 GMT)
Stephen K. Brown
Brief Description:

What has become an annual event from the Boston FAASTeam, a Glider Accident Review - FY2021. What can you learn and adjust in your teaching and flying..

An on-line instructor brief/forum tailored specifically to the needs of Glider Instructors. An annual review of accidents and incidents that occurred in the FAA Fiscal Year 2021, what are the issues we need to know and teach as instructors? Join us to learn and gain "Food for Thought" in how you provide your training as a glider instructor, or what you need to be aware of as a commercial glider pilot.

Part 1 - The "State of the Sport/Statistics" and a review of accidents with recently published NTSB reports that occurred prior to FY2021. A good update from the previous years. 1 Credit Master Knowledge #1

Part 2 - The Glider accidents that occurred in FY2021 along with some insight to other events & incidents.1 Credit Master Knowledge #2

Part 3 - A review of Motor-Glider and Tow Plane accidents from FY2021, along with recent reports from prior years and associated incidents & events.1 Credit Master Knowledge #2

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Webinar Information

Please register for "Glider Accident Review - FY2021 - - Takeaways to Teach! A 3 Part Series!"  for March 21st, 28th and April 4th at 7:00 PM EDT at the following link:

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This is a 3 part series. Register for all three, attend which you desire or all three.

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Registration on FAASAFETY.GOV is not required.

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Sponsoring Division:
New England FAASTeam
Contact Information:
Phone: (781) 238-7536
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The New England FAASTeam is oriented towards helping you be a better and safer pilot, focusing on Promoting, Educating and Improving aviation. 

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