FAA Safety Seminars and Workshops

Cilck on the Icon to Register for a Live Seminar at Sun N Fun

Click on the Icon to Register for a Webinar

WINGS Credit Available

AMT Credit Available

8:30 - 9:30

10:00 - 11:00

11:30 - 12:30

1:00 - 2:00

Tuesday
April-1

NTSB Investigator
Cathy Gagne
Is Your Aircraft Talking to You?

Avemco Insurance
Mike Adams
Who Runs Out of Gas?

Janeen Cochan
Growing a new crop
of aviation professionals.

FAASTeam
Dennis Whitley
The WINGS Program Explained

Wednesday
April-2

NTSB Investigator
Kristi Dunks
Humans and Mechanical Systems

FAA Investigator
Tony James
Analysis of GA Accidents

Hypoxia Awareness
Dr. Paul Buza
High Altitude Flying

FAA Safety Inspector
Al Kimball
Maintenance Related Accidents

Thursday
April-3

NTSB Investigator
Tim Sorensen
Reduced Visibility Vigilance

The Kings
John and Marth King
Risk Management

Lockheed Martin
Speaker TBA
Flight Service Enhancements

Office of Runway Safety
TBA
Runway Incursions

Friday
April-4

FAA
Susan Parson
Safety Briefing Magazin

FAA
Dr. James Fraiser
Airman Medicals

FAA
Ken Kelly
Pilot-Mechanic Awards

FAA Administrator
Doug Murphy
Meet The FAA

Saturday
April-5

FAASTeam
Dennis Whitley
The WINGS Program

Lockheed Martin
Speaker TBA
Flight Service Enhancements

NTSB Chairman
Earl Weener Ph.D.
Loss of Control

Town HallMeeting
Congressman
Sam Graves

Sunday
April-6

Michelin
Keat Pruszenski
Tire Safety

Southwest Airlines
Brent Harper
Passenger Safety


All presentations will be available on You Tube Immediately following the live presentation. (Please note, WINGS Credits are only available for The Live Studio or Live Webinar Session)

Official FAA Forums are held at the FAA Southern Region Safety Center located in the middle of the exhibit area
at the corner of Laird Drive and Sun n Fun Drive.

The FAA Center opens daily at 8:00 a.m. and the FAA Exhibits open daily at 9:00 a.m.
Schedule is subject to change; for updates scan the QR code at the right or go to: http://www.safecockpit.com
Become a part of the FAA Safety Team, go to FAASafety.gov for more information.