Peer training

Every peer is required to undergo practical and hands-on training focused on psychological first aid.

Free support for all members

30+ years’ experience

Low monthly or yearly fees

Bespoke solutions

Friction-free implementations

What is peer training?

Every peer is required to undergo practical and hands-on training focused on psychological first aid. This mandatory training ensures that all pilot peers are qualified and fully confident in their ability to support others. In line with EASA guidelines, this includes an in-depth three-day initial training session and a focused one-day recurrent training to maintain and update their skills.

At NaviMinds, we offer a meticulously designed training program led by our expert human factors specialists to comply with all EASA guidelines. Our training equips peers with the essential tools and knowledge to effectively provide support, ensuring they are prepared to meet their peers’ unique needs with empathy and expertise.

Our courses

Pilot Peer Initial Training Course

Our 3-day Pilot Peer Training Course is for pilots with 1+ years of line flying experience who want to become supportive peers. This 16-hour program equips you with the knowledge and tools to support fellow aviation professionals. Conducted by experienced trainers from NaviMinds, this training is a crucial step towards becoming a peer, reinforcing your ability to make a positive impact in your professional community.

Pilot Peer Recurrent Training Course (Continual Profession Development Training)

Our 1-Day Pilot Peer Recurrent Training course takes place in central Copenhagen, Denmark and provides an essential refresher for peers. This 8-hour course aligns with the latest EEPSI guide recommendations and ensures that peers are fully updated on new practices, trends, and the evolving operational structure of the PPSP. It’s a valuable opportunity for peers to exchange experiences, learn about additional support pathways, and adhere to confidentiality protocols.