Aviation Safety Program Monday, January 23, 2006 
 Mesa Public Safety Training Facility  7:00-9:00 p.m.

3260 N. 40th Street



 Directions: Take the 202 (Red Mountain FRWY) East to the Gilbert Road Exit.

                         Go North (Left) on Gilbert Rd. to McDowell Rd.  Then East (Right)

                         On McDowell to North Norwalk (Between Val Vista Dr. and Greenfield Rd.)
                         Then go North (Left) on Norwalk to East Palm Street.  Take a right or left
                         (Circle Drive) to East Presidio Street.  Then North on 40th Street to
                         East Quenton Dr.   Make a left at Cul-de-Sac into the Training Facility


·         In this lively two-hour seminar, an ASF professional presenter will reveal no-nonsense strategies for breaking the accident chain early, avoiding the really tough calls, and preventing small mistakes from becoming big problems.  Then, using compelling interactive DVD scenarios, you’ll have an opportunity to practice your skill by making choices for the scenario pilots as they contend with some all-too-real predicaments.
Caution: Some scenario scenes may not be suitable for non-pilots or nervous flying companions.

·         They also cover:

o        The three fundamental reasons pilots get into trouble.

o        How to avoid being an ostrich in the cockpit.

o        The value of priorities: beyond aviate, navigate and communicate.

o        Why experience is not always the answer