The Advanced Course in Aviation Medicine (ACAM) builds on the foundations of the Basic Course in Aviation Medicine with successful completion of both required to apply for Class 1 medical certification privileges. The course will provide sound theoretical and practical training in physiology, psychology and clinical practice in relation to aerospace medicine.
This Advanced Course is designed to meet the EASA Part Med AMC2 MED.D.0.20 (a) and (b) training requirements for Class 1 Aeromedical Examiners (AMEs). In the UK parts (c) and (d) of EASA Part Med AMC2 MED.D.0.20 relating to practical training in an AeMC and report of demonstrated competence has traditionally been provided by the UK CAA as part of the application process for Class 1 privileges.
Note, although the course is delivered in line with EASA regulations it is not currently an EASA approved or recognised training course. We are working to gain EASA accreditation but this is not guaranteed.
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