Flight Safety Foundation - An Aviation Professionals Guide to Wellbeing
The purpose of this document is to help you improve yourpersonal wellbeing. Through this process, it should also help those with whom you socialize and work. We are critically dependent on each other in both a wellbeing and a safety sense
Aquila Jet - Coping with Sudden Change
The four presentations in ‘Coping with Sudden Change’ guide you through the difficult processes of what happens in the brain and why our reactions are not always considered or appropriate. The habits we form can help or hinder the path through sudden change. Developing effective coping techniques can help us when times are tough.
Succesful Personal Development
The key to successful personal development as a pilot is a complicated process, requiring many inter-related skills. In this presentation, we look some of the techniques and philosophies which will enable you to take a fresh look at the way you approach your life and career.
Turbulent Times - Captain Paul Cullen
This booklet explains why lifestyle factors play such a crucial role in maintaining positive mental health, and have attempted to offer practical guidance on how best to address these issues, with particular cognisance to the current lock-down situation that many of us now find ourselves and our families in.
Aircrew Mental Health and Wellbeing
Aircrew Wellbeing and Mental Health are issues which have received intense media attention recently. Irrespective of the immediate reaction of extreme events, there must be a reasoned and realistic approach to managing the issue to best effect for the pilots themselves, the airlines and, of course, the general public. Education and training for that can and must be put in place.
EASA Wellbeing Model
This ‘BioPsychoSocial model of Health’ allows us think of our health as a 3-legged stool, in which each of the legs represents one of the pillars: Biological, Psychological & Social. The physical, mental and social aspects of our health are inter-dependent and a holistic approach is needed to look after them.