Medical Flight Assistant (M.F.A.)
The course is aimed primarily to all those such as medical assistants, hostesses, stewards, pilots, who operate on board private or commercial aircraft.
It is also a very useful tool for private citizens who travel frequently by plane on holiday or work, for rescuers belonging to voluntary organizations or associations, and finally for operators of NGOs (non-governmental organizations) and employees of companies that operate on foreign scenarios. The course has a duration of 16 hours during which are treated the techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the use of the defibrillator, the main diseases related to air travel, the management of health emergencies on board aircraft and in foreign scenarios.
Ample space is reserved for practical scenarios that are carried out directly on board Aircraft. Upon passing the course, the internationally valid BLS Basic Life Support certificate (adult, child, infant) issued by the American Heart Association is issued, in addition to the certificate of attendance.