SR SERIES EMERGENCY
& ABNORMAL COURSE
SR Series Emergency & Abnormal Course
The SR Series Emergency and Abnormal Course is the perfect way to prepare for most abnormal or emergency situations you might encounter. Take the first move to flying with more confidence by enrolling in the SR Series Emergency and Abnormal Course today!
Price: $150

IF THINGS DON'T GO AS PLANNED...

REMAIN CALM
It doesn’t matter if you are new to flying or a seasoned pilot with logbooks chock full of experience, there's always a slim chance you could be faced with an emergency or abnormal situation in flight. But if you're prepared, procedural knowledge and situational training kicks in almost automatically, so you can address the situation in a calm and methodical way, maximizing your chance for a successful outcome.
WORK THE PROBLEM
The SR Series Emergency and Abnormal Course is designed to let you "chair fly" some of the most probable and/or critical non-normal situations that could arise once your propeller starts turning. With detailed narrations, supported by high-quality graphics and photography, this course lets you work the problems before you ever leave the classroom. Be prepared, your passengers will thank you. Enroll today!

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COURSE CONTENT

1
lesson time: 4 minutes (estimated)
Course Introduction
This Cirrus Approach course maximizes your awareness of emergency and abnormal procedures and provides guidance on how to confidently handle these rare, but serious conditions.
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play_arrow Welcome to the SR Series Emergency and Abnormal Course 3:49
2
course time: 32 minutes (estimated)
Emergency and Abnormal Essentials
Learn how to approach each inflight situation in a methodical and organized manner, so your response will be efficient and effective.
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play_arrow What is ADM?  2:40
play_arrow Preflight ADM 5:34
play_arrow Inflight ADM 6:50
play_arrow Risk Management  8:13
play_arrow Checklist Usage  8:08
3
course time: 31 minutes (estimated)
Engine Fires
Don’t stop, drop and roll; fly the airplane, work the checklist, and get on the ground quickly, but safely.
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play_arrow Engine Fires During Start  8:10
play_arrow Engine Fires During Start Demo 6:36
play_arrow Engine Fires In Flight 6:04
play_arrow Engine Fires In Flight Demo 9:44
4
course time: 35 minutes (estimated)
Engine Power Loss
Your plane flies better with its engine running. If it started to fail, would you recognize it? Then what do you do?
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play_arrow Partial Power Loss  8:18
play_arrow Oil Pressure CAS  Demo 5:18
play_arrow Engine Failure In Flight  10:39
play_arrow Engine Failure In Flight  Demo 10:28
5
course time: 20 minutes (estimated)
Cabin Emergencies
You're the pilot in command. Your passengers will be looking to you.
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play_arrow Cabin Smoke & Fire 5:56
play_arrow P.E.D. Battery Fire  3:10
play_arrow Oxygen System Malfunction  3:43
play_arrow Open Door  6:35
6
course time: 31 minutes (estimated)
Electrical Failures
The risk of an electrical system failure is shockingly rare, but here’s how you handle it.
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play_arrow Start Engaged CAS 5:10
play_arrow Single Alternator Failure  7:50
play_arrow Dual Alternator Failure  4:04
play_arrow Essential Bus CAS Demo 13:19
7
course time: 32 minutes (estimated)
Avionics Malfunctions
What do you do if the bugs on your windshield work their way into the flight deck? If something seems off, know where to go for your backups.
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play_arrow Display Failure  7:26
play_arrow AHRS/ADC Failure  7:54
play_arrow Pitot Static Error  9:05
play_arrow Autopilot: Trim Fault Demo 8:18
8
course time: 22 minutes (estimated)
Spin Avoidance
Prevention vs. recovery? Learn how to avoid spins in your Cirrus.
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play_arrow Avoiding Spins  10:05
play_arrow Anatomy of a Spin  6:49
play_arrow Go for a Spin with Mike  4:41
SR Series Emergency & Abnormal Course
The SR Series Emergency and Abnormal Course is the perfect way to prepare for most abnormal or emergency situations you might encounter. Take the first move to flying with more confidence by enrolling in the SR Series Emergency and Abnormal Course today!
Price: $150
The information provided in this course is supplemental and illustrative in nature and not intended as a substitute for actual ground or flight instruction provided by a Certified Flight Instructor (CFI), nor intended to be inclusive of all knowledge required for safe flight. Pilots must always comply with regulations, follow guidance contained in the Airplane Flying Manual (AFM) and Pilot’s Operating Handbook (POH), and exercise sound judgement when flying.