© 2019 Centre for Aviation Psychology. 

Psychological well-being and positive mental health
for the Aviation industry.

The Centre for Aviation Psychology promotes psychological well-being through confidential access to our specialist psychologists and resources. 

In response to the wake of the German Wings incident and to meet future EASA and FAA directives, the Centre for Aviation Psychology was established in 2016 to support aviation professionals (e.g. pilots, airlines, flight schools, cabin crew, air traffic controllers and AMEs) as they adapt to this new and emerging landscape. 

 

We know that there are problems to be solved by those in Aviation - and we know that these issues are incredibly sensitive. We believe they require practical delivery with professional expertise. Our teams provide the reassurance you need on both fronts  - we have years of clinical expertise and a track record of delivering large scale, organisation wide interventions.

Over 10K pilots now have confidential access to a network of trained Peer Volunteers through our managed support programmes. 

 

NEWS & EVENTS

Auditório da Direção de Infraestruturas Aeronáuticas da ANA - Aeroportos de Portugal - 15 MAI 19

Peer Support Programmes: Our answers to the most frequently asked questions – Robert Bor and Aedrian Bekker, Centre for Aviation Psychology.

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AEROSPACE MENTAL HEALTH & WELLBEING

LONDON / DAY 1 - 22 MAY 2019

EBAA Annual BizAv Safety Conference Day 1 Thursday 29 November 2018

Cologne 29-30 November

EBAA’s Annual Business Aviation Safety Conference has established itself as Europe’s premier event dealing with all of the critical elements related to safety management, including data analysis and performance review.

Aviation professionals from across Europe and beyond came together on the 29th and 30th November to learn best practices from recognized industry experts, discuss and analyse case studies, discover the latest technology and upscale their safety expertise and excellence. The Safety Conference attendees received new perspectives and engaged in candid discussion and debate on how to make business aviation safer.

The conference was an excellent opportunity to meet all stakeholders: Operators, Regulators, NAAs, FBOs, financiers, etc.

Aedrian Bekker spoke about CAP launching a new Peer Support programme for Business Aviation. 

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Gill Green spoke about the value of good psychological selection practice in selecting the business aviation pilots. 

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​PACDEFF/AAvPA 2018 Interim Conference Program Structure

Sydney 7-9 November

PACDEFF/AAvPA 2018 Interim Conference Program Structure

 7-9 November at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Coogee Beach, Sydney.

PACDEFF 2018 will be a three day conference consisting of two days of world class presentations and one day of contemporary and relevant workshops.

Robert Bor has been invited as an international speaker for the first day.

http://pacdeff.com/

33rd EAAP Conference

Dubrovnik, Croatia - 24-28 September 2018

Connecting People, Organisations and Technology in Aviation

 

The 33rd EAAP Conference was held from 24-28 September 2018 at the Hotel Dubrovnik Palace in Croatia. A record number of 264 Aviation professionals made this year's EAAP conference a huge success!

International Pilot Peer Assist Conference (IPPAC)

Dallas October 29-30, 2018

Aedrian Bekker and Robert Bor were speaking on Day two of the IPPAC event in Dallas. 

This event is for pilot peer volunteers, medical and mental health professionals in the aviation field, and organizations looking to develop a robust pilot-assist program at their airline. The conference includes lectures on suicide prevention by Dr. Tom Joiner; FAA protocols by Dr. Mike Berry, FAA Federal Air Surgeon; FO Jeff Skiles from US Air flight 1549 Hudson River landing; along with leaders in the global aviation mental health field, innovators in respective pilot assist programs, and more.

The conference was a place for leaders, peers and administrators across pilot groups to collaborate and help reduce stigma, and open doors for pilots seeking help for mental health issues that may be affecting their lives.

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