Thursday, April 30, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT
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Toni Mensching 
Flight Research Inc. 

Instructor: Scott T. Glaser, PhD

POSITION: Senior Vice President of Operations


Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Biomedical/Medical Engineering
Master of Science - Pennsylvania State University, Aerospace Engineering 
Bachelor of Science - Pennsylvania State University, Aerospace Engineering
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Live Online Course:

Upset Recognition and Recovery Training

URRT Causal Factors

Flight Research, Inc. is now offering online live training for each of the ground school sessions associated with the world class Flight Research Upset Recognition and Recovery Training (URRT). These modules will familiarize pilots with the concepts of URRT. As part of the solution to Loss of Control- In Flight, these conceptual tools are part of a larger more comprehensive program which includes in-aircraft training at the Flight Research Headquarters located in Southern California at the Mojave Air and Space Port.

URRT Causal Factors

This is a 2 hour live training session: What causes upsets? What are the drivers? How we can deal with and mitigate these factors? This module covers all of these topics to include the human elements of physiology, psychology, physical, psychosocial, environmental and mechanical factors.

Pilots will receive in-depth, personalized instruction covering URRT Causal Factors from Dr. Scott T. Glaser in this two-hour session. Pilots will have the ability to interact throughout the live course and ask questions relative to their own operations. 

The course is limited to only 15 registrations to ensure quality training. Be sure to register today to get an open seat. 


More Information

This course is from the URRT Factors Session utilized in our world renowned 8+hr ground school for Upset Recognition and Recovery Training at Flight Research Headquarters at the Mojave Air and Space Port in Southern California. The information provided is unique to Flight Research Inc. as it was developed with the resources in our several Test Pilot Training syllabi to give pilots an all-encompassing view of their aircraft's capabilities and tested parameters. 

The course results include an increased confidence and competence in aircraft operations and a better understanding of how and why Loss of Control-In Flight is the number one cause of fatalities in aviation.