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Much of our courseware is designed to target your entire organization, but we also specialize in certifications specifically tailored to pilots and maintainers. Our eLearning approach is cost-effective, time-efficient, and high value. Behavioral and cognitive learning techniques impart tools, habits, and motivation, while the knowledge you gain will help keep you safe long after you’ve logged off.

Convergent Performance eLearning courses also meet industry safety training requirements from organizations like ICAO, IBAC, IS-BAO, FAA, NBAA, and TC. See specific course descriptions for details.


Pilot Reliability Certification (PRC) 100



This course establishes an anchor point of understanding the critical importance and challenges of full uncompromising compliance, the cornerstone for safe operations and the anchor point for follow-on professional development.

This is the most current, relevant, and rigorous online human factors training program available for aviators. All courses are self-paced, with quizzes throughout to check your learning. Successful completion meets and exceeds the following industry requirements:

Civil Aviation Authority (UK) – Safety Management Systems, Guidance to Organizations introductory training

Civil Aviation Safety Authority (Australia) – CAP-712

European Aviation Safety Agency – Regulation 216/2008

Federal Aviation Administration (US) –AC 120-51E: CRM/Human Factors training requirement & AC 120-92 introduction to SMS training

IBAC/IS-BAO – a CRM/Human Factors Training requirement paragraphs 5.2 and 5.2.1 (standard 2009) & IS-BAO Safety Management System introductory training

ICAO – Annex 6 (Aircraft Operations): Part 1, paragraph 9.3 (flight crew) and paragraph 12.4 (cabin crew) requirement for HF training &Document 9859 (Safety Management Manual): Safety Management System introductory training

National Business Aviation Association – Professional Development Program Certified Course & 2 credits toward Certified Aviation Manager renewal requirement

Transport Canada – Transport Canada: CAR 106

PRC 200

We designed our 200-level series for aviators interested in heightening their situational awareness, furthering their careers in aviation instruction, enhancing safety management system (SMS) effectiveness, and broadening their leadership skills. This option can be purchased as a full series, or by individual course:

  • PRC 201: Situational Awareness (SA) and Attention Management
  • PRC 202: Instructing and Evaluating Professional Airmanship
  • PRC 203: Aviation Safety Management
  • PRC 204: Leadership Course


Aviation Maintenance Never Events® (AMNE)

Is your maintenance team ready to take the pledge to eliminate Never Events on their aircraft?

This comprehensive and innovative course provides control systems and personal improvement resources for maintenance professionals to eliminate the six most costly and avoidable aviation maintenance errors.

Maintenance Mastery

This program is a follow-on to the AMNE program and is an in-depth look at the internal threat of human error (Blue Threat), Communication, and Normalization of Deviance issues in the maintenance world.

Maintenance Reliability Certification (MRC) 



Technical training is only part of the safety and performance equation; in fact, statistics reveal that the attitudes, diligence, and compliance of those who work on the ramp and in the hangar have a far greater impact on safety and performance. The MRC was created and developed to fill training gaps and reduce the frequency and cost of maintenance-related human errors.

This is the most current, relevant, and rigorous online human factors training program available for maintainers. All courses are self-paced, with quizzes throughout to check your learning. Successful completion meets and exceeds the following industry requirements:

European Aviation Safety Agency – Human factors training requirements for EASA 145 certification

Federal Aviation Administration (US) –Proposed human factors requirements detailed in Order 8300.10, Annex 3 Flight Standards Handbook Bulletin for Airworthiness and entitled “Evaluate and Accept a Maintenance Human Factors Training Program” & Advisory Circular 65-25E: Completion of all four modules in one calendar year qualifies the student and their employer for the bronze level of the Aviation Maintenance Technician award.

ICAO – Document 9824: Human Factors Guidelines for Aircraft Maintenance Manual (1st Edition)

IS-BAO – CRM/Human Factors Training requirement paragraphs 5.2, 5.2.1, and 5.2.2 (standard 2009)

National Business Aviation Association – Professional Development Program Certified Course L-6 & Credit toward Certified Aviation Manager renewal requirement

Transport Canada – Human Performance in Aviation Maintenance training and recurrency requirements

Fatigue Countermeasures for Maintenance Technicians

A unique video-based training program for line technicians, first line supervisors, and managers who work in the highly dynamic, time-compressed world of aviation maintenance. The program is divided into four 15-minute modules with an emphasis on sleep.

All Aviation Personnel

21st Century CRM Recurrent

A four module journey through core CRM elements, amplified for 21st century challenges. We begin with a look back through five generations of CRM to “find the keepers,” important CRM skills from each generation that are even more important to today’s modern professional. No CRM program is complete without a hard look at SOP compliance, a subject we dive deep into in Module 2. Hazard identification and risk management blend together in Module 3 as the core elements in modern Threat and Error Management programs. Finally, we wrap up by reinforcing the core CRM skills of communication and assertiveness, more relevant now than ever on our cross-generational and highly automated flight decks.


A deep content, low overhead model that leverages the unique aspects of aviation operational environments. This training component of an overall Fatigue Risk Management System (FRMS) solution includes equal weight on personal accountability and systems reliability, and will allow you to customize your fatigue mitigation. It was designed as Holistic physiological readiness training that goes deeper than most other programs that just talk about getting more sleep.

Introduction to Professionalism for Aviators

Unprofessional behaviors and attitudes are having negative effects on every industry. Unfortunately, while “professionalism” seems like a fairly straightforward term, it has proven to be anything but. True professionalism calls for open and ongoing dialogue among all individuals in the industry, which will raise awareness of the importance of subjects like risk management, mitigating complacency and task saturation, and improving overall performance.

Everyone, Any Industry

Understanding Culture

This series tackles the many culture challenges facing organizations by presenting a new way to view culture, change efforts, and the roles of every individual at your organization. Particular attention is given to the vital role of first line supervisors and informal leaders throughout the duration of the course. Culture is always changing, and this series is a roadmap for reversing downward cultural trends by diving into case studies to learn from real examples of cultural failure. This series provides the guidance organizations need to understand the powerful force that is an always-changing culture, and how to direct the flow of culture toward improvement and away from the elements that make for a negative workplace. Finally, this series supplies some methods for sustaining culture change once it’s achieved.

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