Aviation safety seminars
We offer free safety seminars to the general aviation community. These seminars provide pilots with tools, tips and best practices to help make well-informed decisions.
About the seminars
The seminars are 2-to-3-hour sessions that address aviation safety topics. You’re invited to share your experiences as a pilot, and the seminars are an opportunity to meet other aviation enthusiasts.
In addition to keeping your skills current, attending a seminar meets the 2-year recurrent training requirement in the Canadian Aviation Regulations, Standard 421.05(2).
We will be visiting all regions (Pacific, Prairie and Northern, Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic). We’ll post upcoming seminar dates here, by region.
General Aviation Safety Campaign – National Safety Seminar
Civil Aviation safety inspectors will deliver this seminar across the country as part of the General Aviation Safety Campaign. Topics include:
- Introduction to the General Aviation Safety Campaign
- Takeoff and Departure
- En route- Controlled Flight into Terrain
- Approach and Landing
- Maintenance and airworthiness
Waterloo Wellington Flight Centre
3-4881 Fountain Street North
Breslau, Ontario, N0B 1M0
Date: November 14, 2019
Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Speaker: Henri DeBruyn, Transport Canada
Topic: Take-off and Departure, and NOTAM Changes
4900 Yonge Street
Date: November 20, 2019
Time: 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Topic: Winter Flying Tips
Speaker: Brenda Frame, Flight Operations Inspector
For information on seminars, contact us at TC.GeneralAviation-AviationGenerale.Tc@tc.gc.ca