and effectively even during an emergency.
If you are a spaceflight participant the skills and confidence you gain during our training will reduce the fear and uncertainty of the flight. Allowing you to be relaxed and excited during the flight, providing a more enjoyable experience that is remembered for years.
All courses are designed in a modular fashion allowing us to customize a program that fits your background, flight position, finances and time.
Introduction to spaceflight package includes three basic courses plus food, lodging and transport to and from events. BROCHURE
*Courses for all flight candidates (Pilot/Crew/Participant)*
HAP 1101 Scenario Based Physiological Altitude Training FAA Safety Approval SA 13-005, dated March 28, 2013. Completion of this course will allow you to detect an unknown and dangerous change in the spacecraft's atmosphere that may otherwise lead to incapacitation and react quickly in a manner that will mitigate the dangers through appropriate actions per 14 CFR Part 460.5(a) (crew) and 14 CFR Part 460.51 (participant).
SPC1401 Spaceflight 101 FAA Safety Approval SA 14-006, dated January 22, 2014. This course will assist you with the understanding and interpretation of vehicle specific data provided by the flight provider, provide basic knowledge of the dangers of spaceflight and to evaluate the students ability to manage stress and follow directions, so that they may be able to make an informed decision on the risks of launch and reentry per 14 CFR Part 460.9 (crew) and 14 CFR Part 460.45 (participant).
DS)1401 Disorientation and G Force Management course FAA Safety Approval SA 14-006, dated January 22, 2014. This course will test your ability to withstand the physical effects of disorientation and g force per 14 CFR Part 460.5(b) (Flight Crew) and demonstrate their mental and physical ability to execute training provided under 14 CFR Part 460.51 (Participant) while in flight. It will also help increase your tolerance to those effects.
ADM1201 Dangerous Personality Traits During Spaceflight FAA Safety Approval SA 14-006, dated January 22, 2014. This course is designed to instruct the candidates on how uncontrolled personality traits can adversely affect the decision making process during a launch or reentry. It helps the candidates develop an
understanding of their personality traits and how to be able to control them so that each crewmember, while under stress, can effectively carry out his or her role on board or on the ground so that the vehicle will not harm the public (14 CFR Part 460.5) and so that
each flight participant can appropriately respond to emergency situations, including smoke, fire, loss of cabin pressure, and emergency exit (14 CFR Part 460.9).
*Courses for RLV Pilot candidates Only*
ENM1401 Theory of Energy Management FAA Safety Approval SA 14-006, dated January 22, 2014. This is a pilot only course and is an introduction to winged Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) energy management. During this course the Pilot Under Instruction (PUI) will become proficient with energy management techniques and procedures utilizing the control performance method of aircraft control per 14 CFR Part 460.5(c) 2-4.
RPF1401 Rocket-Powered Transition FAA Safety Approval SA 14-006, dated January 22, 2014. This is a pilot only course and is an introduction to high performance rocket powered vehicles. During this course the Pilot Under Instruction (PUI) will become proficient in the safe operation of rocket powered aircraft per 14 CFR Part 460.5(c)(3)(5).
In an emergency, you will fly the way you trained!