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Dear Future Flight Crew,

There's lights. There's sirens. And there's medical helicopters.

What Leonardo DaVinci -- famous teacher -- best known to aviation and medicine for his famous quote...

 

Once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.

 

-- Called the "uncontrollable stare."

 

If the hairs on your neck tingle every time you hear a siren, alarm, or wop wop wop of a rotor blade –

--If you just can't stop yourself from looking skyward ... you've got the stare.

I know I do. I'm the director of EMS Flight Safety Network. Like so many others, I stare because . . .

 

". . . helicopters aren't meant to fly like birds or planes or even other flying machines. Some say helicopters 'beat the air into submission'."

 

" . . . helicopters do not lie or cheat or play favorites, and cannot be bribed or impressed by power, but respond only to baby-bottom-soft control touch… and knowing what controls to move next. . ."

 

". . . helicopters save lives. They bring the emergency room to the patient. . . no other machines on earth can do the same."

 

I've got it bad; this uncontrollable stare.
And so do all of us here at Flight Crew U.

When we're not flying patients to West 30th Street helipad in Manhattan, or teaching local Fire Departments how to setup Helicopter Landing Zones - - or swapping stories about our last multi-ship scene call -- We're teaching how to become a flight nurse, flight medic or EMS pilot inside Flight Crew U.

So what is Flight Crew U?

Well, first, let me tell you what it is not. . .

It is NOT another test prep course.

It is NOT a “I only talk about myself” mentorship.

It is NOT an online snake-pit forum ready to bite you.

You’ve probably got one, or all of those already, right?

What is Flight Crew U, and how is it better?

Flight Crew U is a two-part training system--

1.  A community-based success and support system.

2.  A step-by-step "How to Get A Flight Job" live training program.

Both are designed to work together to answer one very important question:
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If Flying Air Medical is Your Dream, How Do You Get from Where You Are Right Now, to Living Your Dream of Flying as Quickly as Possible?

Where can you get reliable answers to your questions, challenges and problems?

(And where do you find real support from people just like you...when things don't go exactly as planned)

On most days, future flight nurses, flight paramedics and EMS pilots have questions...

These questions may have to do with getting qualified, or the best FP-C prep course, or what to do next, or flight interview mastery. It may be about flight crew weight limits, or how to stand out in a in a crowd of competition, or how to make sure your hometown favorite flight program is safe.

And the natural response is to try and find answers on the internet. Maybe that's how you found EMS Flight Safety Network and our bigger community of over 213,121 fans and followers?

The problem is answers online are mostly unpredictable and a lot of times just plain BS.

What's worse is that the source of the information can't always be trusted. You're never sure what's being revealed and what's being "conveniently forgotten" because an employer might be watching or listening in.

Plus when you do fix things in your personal plan to get a flight job --there's no way to confirm it with someone you trust. No where to turn to know you're on the right path.

It's a bit like standing outside the The Hangar

It's cold, it's raining buckets and that last bolt of lightening was uncomfortably close and made you jump. You look inside the hangar and see it's nice and warm, a party going on with lots of warm drinks and hot food. But outside the hangar you're on your own.

And when you're on your own you struggle.

You struggle because there's no one to turn to. If you get stuck, you've got to work things out for yourself. You end up frustrated and often spend hours going around in circles.

Inside Flight Crew U   --you'll find the warmth of a Hangar. (Yes, there really is an online community forum called "The Hangar" where we all gather).  It's part one of the Flight Crew U training system.

Inside The Hangar forum, you'll find the warm comfort of other future flight crew who are searching for reliable information, just like you. You'll find resources and ideas that will help you move ahead, and progress rapidly. Instead of standing outside in the cold rain, you'll experience the satisfaction of sitting around a warm fireplace, getting the answers you need in a place where you can be yourself. A place where it feels like family.

So which are the 'right kind of people?'

For one, it’s people with the right attitude. But there are other devices in place too. We understand that in order to trust someone we have to know who they are, what they do and where they come from. So in The Hangar, the forum has actual photos of the members. No avatars, no animal or superhero pictures are allowed. We need to relate to people one on one.

The second factor is that the membership of The Hangar is deliberately kept small and intimate. Based on our past coaching experiences and member’s advice, we accept few members and grow slowly, because we need to get to know each other and work with each other as a group. You’ll find people from countries all over the world. Some countries represented are Hungary, Netherlands, USA, Canada, France, India, New Zealand, Japan, Malaysia, UK, Australia, Italy, Germany…um…you can say it’s a very diverse place.

But it’s people with the right attitude who are determined to make progress, earn flight jobs and make air medical better and safer for everyone.

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So What is The Hangar?

The Hangar is the membership forum of Flight Crew U—but, hey, that’s just the technical description. It’s really a place where you learn, make friends and move ahead. And it’s a place that’s safe and warm. A place you think of like family.

Right now, The Hangar is a secret group that lives on facebook, but eventually it will live inside FlightCrewU.com. And that's very good news for you.

Why is it good news for you?

Because you're getting in on the ground floor of something great. That means you'll get the best price we'll ever offer for it --an absolute steal of a deal for you.

So What Makes The Hangar Unique?

When you join most memberships, the founder/owner almost never shows up.

The uniqueness of The Hangar is that Troy sticks around

He’s around 10 or 20 times a day. And when you ask a question, you will be amazed at the richness and detail in the answer.

If you belong to Future Flight Crew facebook group now, you've seen some of this first hand.

Sometimes he’ll write 1 or 2 articles, just for you–just to answer your question. That’s what makes The Hangar utterly unique.

What's inside The Hangar that makes it so warm?

  1. People with the same dreams of flying as you.
  2. Information that's specific to your current and future needs.
  3. Support, encouragement and a family-like atmosphere.
  4. Fun, fun and a source of great inspiration.

Reason 1: People with the same dreams of flying as you.

In Africa there's a saying that goes like this: "If you want to travel quickly, go alone. If you want to travel far, go with a group."

Flight Crew U is about going far --it's about reaching your dream of flying professionally. The best way to make your dreams come true is with a united group. To get to this ever-changing destination called flight crew, the group must have an atmosphere of support and encouragement.

But the biggest factor that drives this group is that they want to "live the dream" of flying professionally. This group takes action and gets things done. This isn't a group that sits around whining and moaning. It's a group that knows to move ahead, you have to be goal-focused and action-oriented.

But how do the members interact?

Since we’re on the Internet, the only real way to interact effectively is through a forum (in Flight Crew U, it’s called the ‘The Hangar’). You’re invited into The Hangar, to sit around the fireplace, away from the cold winds outside. And it’s in this safe, private place that you can work with other members. Yet forums can be pretty scary places. It’s not uncommon to run into nasty, childish—even vindictive behavior on forums. In The Hangar, we work towards the exact opposite. And this is achieved by attracting the right kind of people.

And the members of The Hangar are genuinely helpful

They are the kind that go out of their way to make people comfortable. They go out of their way to work hard and get results. If you’re sick and tired of places where the only agenda is bragging and self-promotion, then you’ll heave a sigh of relief once you get into The Hangar.

And that takes us to Reason No.2

Reason 2: Information that’s specific to your current and future needs

Let’s face it. We’re drowning in information. And yet we need more information to keep on top of things. Now any membership site will give you a ton of information. What’s different about The Hangar is that the information is suited to you—and your goal of flying.

So how do we make this specifically apply to you?

As you’d expect, there’s a ton of information in The Hangar. There are sample resumes, and cover letters, access to hundreds of articles, practice flight interview questions, information about specific flight programs, the highly coveted ‘Vanishing Reports’ (more below) and an underlying commitment to finding you answers to your future flight crew questions. The benefit to you is how it's all in one place and super easy to access.

So the way it works is like this

You ask a question. And it gets answered. It gets answered by me (I’m there twenty five times a day—except when I’m on vacation) and others who can give their advice. And you can ask as many as 5000 questions a month—if you choose. That’s a whopping 170 questions a day.

Not that you’ll need to ask it, but that’s how happy we are with your questions. And when you ask the question, the answer is quite surprising.

Unlike a search engine that will just pop back an answer, the answers you get in The Hangar are specific. You will be not only be given an opinion, but will also be directed to detailed information within the Hangar itself. For example, if you wanted to find out how to flight interview, you’ll have a wealth of information. And this is the most important fact of all. If the information doesn’t exist, we’ll create it. And often the answer may be as many as four-five articles. Sometimes it can be a whole report—created just based on a single question.

Unlike other forums where the forum owner is nowhere to be seen, I’m there from 4am (Eastern Standard Time) answering questions through the year (except when I take my vacations—and the vacation dates are announced well in advance). On most days you’ll find me there at 5am, 6am, 11am, 12pm (People ask me if I ever sleep. The answer is yes, but I am around in the Hangar a lot). Each question is answered in great detail. And amazing as it may sound, I may even write a series of articles purely based on your questions.

And just in case, you don’t like using a forum, you can use the ‘Ask Troy’ feature, that’s like a hot button right to my inbox.

And this is because we want to advance as a group

We know that the smarter our group gets, the faster we’ll move ahead. And so it’s our common interest to help each other, critique each other and nudge each other to move ahead. After being slightly reluctant for a while, you’ll find the Hangar, the Taking Action Units forum and other forums are just what you need to really give yourself a ‘swift kick’ to move ahead.

So if you ask just a few questions or 4779 questions, your question will be promptly answered in great detail and with great courtesy.

Which takes us to Reason 3.

Reason 3: Support, Encouragement, and a Family-like atmosphere.

It might sound strange to you...

to hear folks call members of their facebook group, --family.

But it's not strange to us at all. Truth is, it was always part of the plan. EMS and aviation are chock full of awesome people. You know this right away when you meet them in person. Or if you ever get a chance to watch what they do everyday, to help others.

So why then are most online groups and forums the exact opposite of family?

Because there's no structure or leadership or screening process.

That's how The Hangar is different. The Hangar is family.

 

And finally, Reason 4

Reason 4: Fun, fun and a source of great inspiration.

We get into EMS and aviation so that we can have more control over our lives. Then our jobs start to wear us down and drive us nuts. We need a place to have fun, to unwind. We need a place where we can relax and talk about things that scare us, bug us, or even share a joke or two. And yes we need inspiration. In The Hangar, the focus is on getting things done. And when we see how others, just like us, achieve their goals... we’re driven to do the same. The Internet can be a scary place with all that crappy “Just about helicopters and here's what you have to do right now” garbage. The Hangar shows you what’s real and achievable and helps you get there.

And of course you get inspiration from the way we (that’s my assistant Anne and I) run things. How I set a tempo of support and encouragement and let awesome EMS and aviation folks be awesome to each other. And without any hoopla or drama. And you’ll get a live community done right example. You'll see for yourself what can be achieved with a ton of hard work and a ton of fun.

What About the

"How To Get A Flight Job"

Live Training?

Part two of the Flight Crew U training program is the "How To Get A Flight Job" Live Training with Troy.

Here's how it works:

I teach you how to go from where you are right now, to flying full time as a flight nurse, flight medic or EMS pilot.

How to stop dreaming about flying some day, and how to start taking the right actions today, to make your dreams of flying a reality.

I teach all 10 steps in the How to Get A Flight Job process and all the sub steps in Flight Crew blueprint.

The training includes: How to develop your unique EMS or aviation story. How to put your story into resume form. How to tell your story in a flight interview so you stand out in a crowd of competition. And how to succeed your first year as new flight crew and beyond.

All the training is taught Live in a Private Facebook Group.

And later, when all the training is put into a course and moved the the Flight Crew U website, you get lifetime access there too.

Why does it matter?

Well, doing the steps in the Get A Flight Job process right can be the difference between the job of your dreams, or no job at all. Or the difference between working your dream job for four months or forty years.

Get Paid to Do What You Love

Imagine getting paid to do what you love?

Does looking forward to going to work everyday sound crazy to you? I know it sounds bat crazy to some people. Probably even most people. But it's not crazy at all to flight crews and pilots.

Why? Because they love what they do. They get excited about going to work.

Imagine checking the flight schedule the night before your scheduled shift. Then calling your crew to figure out what to bring for tomorrow's crew meal.

Meal time is a big deal at a lot of air medical bases. A time to come together. To ask questions, to get caught up in each others lives. Knowing what to bring is important.

The next morning you leave your home in a flight suit. You wave to a next-door neighbor who can't help but be impressed. And truth be told, can't help but feel a bit jealous too. After all, he has to wear a regular business suit to work everyday.

You drive to work wondering where you'll go today? Who will you help? What hospital will you fly to today?

Every day is different. Every day is a new challenge.

But every day also has some routines you love. One routine you love is catching up with he off-going crews. Hearing about their night, about their flights, about the lives they saved.

Then heading out to the aircraft to do a drug count and make sure all your equipment is primed and ready to go.

And the perks of being professional flight crew don't stop there.

Medical Helicopter Scene Call

It Really is The Best Job in the World

If you’re like a lot of aviation and medical folks, you’re already good at what you do.  And you already know Emergency Medical Services (EMS) and air medical careers are really more than ‘just a job.’ You know air medical is a calling that extends way beyond a paycheck.

Maybe you already work EMS, fire or communications?  Or maybe you just know you want to?

Because you know it’s special and something you want to be part of.

Here’s the thing . . .

No matter what your experience or background, there’s something that is holding you back, right?

Something keeping you from your dream job.

I understand.

I Was In Your Shoes 30 Years Ago

I knew what I wanted to do, but I really had no idea how to do it.

I needed good advice when I started as an Army medic.  And I needed good advice again when I started flying as an EMS pilot.

I wanted to do both so badly it was all I could think about.   But I had no idea how to get started.  So I ended up wasting a lot of time, energy and money.

Maybe you’re experiencing some of the same frustrations I did 30 years ago?

Troy Shaffer, Director, EMS Flight Safety Network

Getting Started Is The Hardest Part

You know you want to fly, but you’re not sure how to get started.

Or maybe you know how to get started, but you also know you’re an ‘outsider’ to the flight program where you want to work.  You never see them hire ‘outsiders’ and you’re not sure how to get your foot in the door.

Or maybe you spend hour after hour researching air medical programs and tooling around online forums, but deep down you know that’s not really getting you any closer to your goals.

Maybe you’re ready to break out of a rut (or the rut some of your co-workers are in) and finally make the plunge to air medical.  But you just need something to ‘jump start’ what you always planned on doing anyways — air medical.

Or maybe you know you’re good at what you do, but, you just need a little confidence boost to go after an air medical job?

I understand that too.

Everything Is Faster and Easier Now

Here’s some good news . . .

The internet makes following in other successful people's footsteps faster and easier than ever.

If you’re reading this letter, you’re in the right place.

In fact, this might be one of the most important letters you ever read.  It might be the letter that changes your life.

Imagine your success . . .

Weird is the only way I can describe the changes you experience the day you become flight crew.

In some ways, it really does feel like a dream.  But in a lot of ways, it’s better . . . because it’s real.

Reward Yourself with A Job You Love

If you’d like to know how it feels to look forward to going to work everyday...

If you want to learn the insider secrets about flight crew jobs...

If you want to save yourself a ton of time, frustration and money while you do it...

Then keep reading.

Here’s why . . .

I'm about to share all I know about air medical flight crew jobs.  I explain the exact steps needed to become a flight nurse, flight paramedic or EMS pilot.  Plus, I give you an easy to follow guide to track your progress and monitor your results every step of the way.

I call these guides Fast Action Worksheets.

Now, I know you’re probably skeptical.  That’s normal and healthy.  Let me give you five good reasons I can back up what I claim:

Here Are 5 Reasons To Believe What I Say

  • I've coached 423 EMS and Aviation professionals into the Flight Doc, Flight Nurse, Flight Medic and EMS Pilot Jobs of Their Choice.
  • I spent the last 6 years coaching future flight nurse, flight paramedic, and EMS pilots into the jobs of their dreams. I currently coach full time.
  • I am the director of EMS Flight Safety Network, a community of over 218,236 professionals and caring supporters committed to keeping air medical flight crews safe.
  • I started as an Army Medic, and later became and EMS Pilot. I spent 30 years in Lifesaving careers.
  • Some places you can find me or my work are listed below . . .

Here Is A Summary of The Benefits You Receive

  • Rock Solid Confidence In Any Flight Interview. (Pick your favorite flight program, not just the first one willing to interview you).
  • Know Exactly What To Do Next. (Save a ton of time, money and frustration. No more guessing).
  • Sell Yourself In Person and Print Without A Hint of Arrogance (Create a powerful EMS or Aviation Story. Use it Your Entire Career).
  • Shape the Course To Your Needs As You Take It (5 Live Training Modules Let You Adjust To Your Needs On The Fly).
  • Listen From Anywhere (All Training Modules Recorded and Available to Download)
  • Support You Need, When You Need It (Ask The Hangar Community Questions 24 / 7 / 365).
  • Family To Go (Your Real Family, Your Air Medical Family, and Your Hangar Community Family).

A Once In A Lifetime Opportunity

Your Timing Is Perfect!

If you've ever said to yourself, "Man I wish I would of know about that when it first came out, I could have afforded it then!"

You don't have to say it this time.

You're on the ground floor so to speak. This is the first time all of my training is being offered online.

And that means the best price ever for you.

It also means you get two great products (The Hangar Success Community and Forum, AND The How To Get A Flight Job Live Training Course...

For ONE LOW PRICE!

Eventually the Live Training Course recordings will be packaged into a course and sold as a stand alone product.

Eventually The Hangar community will be a subscription model to join.

But if you enroll before registration ends, you get both for one fixed low price...for Life!

Coaching Students Speak Out:

I joined Flight Safety Net Insider to learn more about what air medical crews do every day. What I gained was a whole new respect for the medical crews and pilots on board medical helicopters.

INSIDER is the perfect name for this training program. The newsletter and audio CDs go deep into subjects only an INSIDER could know. I wish this type of training was around years ago. I think air medicine would be safer if it had started sooner.

I highly recommend Flight Safety Net Insider to anyone interested in flying.

Dr. Lisa Gibson

DO, FACEP, Trauma Surgeon, Director of Emergency Services

INSIDER Pro training taught me how to flight interview the right way.

There's so many good candidates for flight medic jobs that I felt blessed to find Troy and EMS Flight Safety Network. Troy went right to work showing me the best way to tell my story on a resume and in a flight interview.

Thanks to INSIDER training program, I know I can do it. Troy shares all kinds of things in the monthly newsletters and audio CDs that you just know you'd never hear anywhere else. He gets it and helps people like me succeed. What more can I say? If you want to compete and kick ass for a flight job, you need this training.

Kevin Carroll Professional Firefighter / EMT, Newport News Fire Department, VA February 3, 2018

I did a ‘Flight Audit’ with Troy and EMS Flight Safety Network. I am very happy I did. It led to personalized coaching with Troy.

Troy’s teaching style is understandable and ground-level. He tailors the process to your needs. It is individualized, one on one, instruction. But more than simple instruction, it is dialogue. There is a difference.

Another benefit is active feedback. Ask a question and you will receive a solid answer. Not “well maybe”, but a true “yes”, “no”, or “I don’t know but this is what I think and how I feel”.

The amount of $$ you spend is little compared to the information & knowledge you have to gain.

I recommend Troy and EMS Flight Safety Network coaching without any doubts or reservations.

Whatever the “something” is that’s holding you back and keeping you from flying, Troy will find it and fix it. You will find out there is lot about flight interviewing you don’t or didn’t know. If you’re serious about flying air medical, this is definitely the way to go.

Edward D. Struzinski RN/ EMT-P, BSN, CEN, CCRN, CFRN, NR/CCEMT-P, Providence, RI March 26, 2018

Before I found Troy and EMS Flight Safety Network I was a nervous wreck about my flight interview.

I read books and researched online forums but Troy and EMS Flight Safety Network beat them all. I now feel excited about sharing my past experience in a flight interview and getting on with my air ambulance career.

I am no longer in a state of continual worry. EMS Flight Safety Network coaching program really helped me. Troy gets it. He took the time to listen to my personal situation and teach his interview mastery course in a way that made sense to me. And that's what really matters! That I understand it and know how to use it. It has taken such a load off my mind.

Now I can relax and know I am going into my interviews completely prepared.

Gail Terry Masters, Public Health, EMT-P; Flight Paramedic, Respiratory Therapist, Fernandina Beach, FL June 6, 2018

I highly recommend EMS Flight Safety Network. Troy did an excellent job getting me ready for my interview in the short amount of time I had to prepare. Troy was prompt, professional and prepared for all of our coaching sessions.

Building a story board was the best part of the coaching in my opinion. I do not consider myself a great story teller and I have trouble thinking of stories on the spot. Preparing stories I wanted to tell gave me the opportunity to practice the stories I wanted to tell and brainstorm different ways to work them into the interview.

I truly feel the time with Troy was well spent. I did not feel like I was simply paying for a service, but it felt more like getting good advice from a friend.

Anthony Tester Professional Firefighter / Paramedic, FP-C, UF-CCP, Jacksonville, FL April 13, 2018

Troy and EMS Flight Safety Network helped get me on track for a flight medic career. I liked INSIDER training program so much that I upgraded to a custom one-on-one coaching package with Troy. It really helped me a lot!

Troy simplified the whole process and explained away any fears I had about what was going on "behind the scenes" when waiting on flight programs to call back, schedule interviews, move on to the next step, etc.

I highly recommend INSIDER training and all other EMS Flight Safety Network coaching programs. When it comes to getting a flight job, they are the second-to-none experts

Derick Sutherland CCEMT-P, FP-C; Bethel Springs, TN April 6, 2018

I’m an EMT and Paramedic, and I want to tell you about something that’s changing my life. My friends and co-workers say I’m a great paramedic. I would say – "I’m still learning, but always try to do my best for my patients."

My biggest problem is that I’m shy and I don’t like to talk about myself - even when I know I did a good job. So when it comes to interviews, resumes, and networking, I’m probably not the best at it. But I am getting better – and I want to thank the folks who helped me.

Troy and gang at EMS Flight Safety Network are teaching me everything I need to know to become a flight nurse. That's my dream - to become a flight nurse . . . And now I know I can do it!

Julie Jenkins

CCEMT-P, EMT-P, Future Flight Nurse

Troy gave me the exact advice I needed to start my air medical career with confidence.

Sometimes you just need to talk to someone who’s already been where you want to go. I needed to know if I was on the right track or not.

Troy listened to my personal situation and then came up with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step road map for me to reach my flight goals in the shortest time possible without messing up my family situation. Now that I have a plan will work, I'm so excited to get started it's all i can think about.

Catheleen Kloczowski EMT, Ilion, NY July 28, 2018

Troy coached me to my first flight job. Before I found EMS Flight Safety Network, I went on interviews, never got a call back and didn't understand why.

The tips in the audio course and Troy's personal coaching were right on.

After listening to the audio course and working with Troy it almost seemed "unfair." Once you know what to say and look for, and have the confidence to show your skills and talk about your past experiences, it's just a matter of time until you get hired.

Daniel Baskett Paramedic, FP-C, PHI Air Medical, Arlington, TX May 22, 2018

Before coaching with Troy at EMS Flight Safety Network, I was all over the internet looking for information about air ambulance programs. I thought I had a plan for getting the job I wanted, but I really didn’t know what information was important and what information was junk.”

Half way through my coaching with Troy, I started to realize my dream of flying really was possible.

Every time I had doubts, Troy would explain how flight programs handled the part of the process I was stuck on. It calmed me down and built my confidence step by step.”

Having completed Flight Safety Network coaching, I know it’s just a matter of time and experience to start my first flight job. What I learned is that earning a flight job is a process.

I don’t need to know every single thing about every program or helicopter! I just need to follow the system. The whole thing is embedded in my brain. And I can’t wait to get flying.

J.D. Graziano Paramedic B.A., FP-C, CCEMT-P Iowa City, IA April 19, 2017

Flight Safety Network helped me see what's possible if you put your mind to it. I didn't know what to expect since i'm still an EMT working towards paramedic.

What I learned was EMT is the best time to start learning everything about medical flying jobs. It's just like anything else. If you know how to do it, and when to do it, you save yourself a ton of time an money. My coaching with Troy made all that clear.  It was great. Troy gets it. He's easy to talk to and and came up with a plan that made perfect sense for my life situation and job goals.

If you're serious about getting started in an air medical job, you owe it to yourself to get in touch with Flight Safety Network. I am so glad I did. Now I have a goal and a path to follow.

Laura Tremaine EMT, San Anselmo, CA August 13, 2017

EMS Flight Safety Network took me by the hand and showed me what to do for every step of the get a flight job process.

Troy’s advice on how to write a flight resume and cover letter was priceless. His sample interview questions and tips on what to look for in a flight program are worth the price of the whole home-study course.

I worked really hard to earn my FP-C and CCEMT-P certifications, I don’t want a stupid mistake or something I just don’t know about the industry to keep me from earning my dream job. Flight Safety Network took care of all the details so I didn’t have to worry.

Rob Baughman FP-C, CCEMT-P, Former Flight Medic, Geisinger Life Flight; Chambersburg, PA September 13, 2017

I’m Karen Kramer. I’m excited to tell you I just got hired as a flight nurse for one of the best air medical programs in the United States.

I am one of the original Flight Safety Net Insiders. I joined as a charter member when the insider program first started. I read every issue cover to cover, and listened to every training CD. And most importantly, I followed the flight interview and networking tips. All the training was excellent, but the best thing I can say about Troy's Training, is that it works!

I like it so much I’m keeping my membership going after I start flying. The flight and people skill tips are priceless. If you’re even thinking about flying as a nurse, medic, or pilot someday, you owe it to yourself to check out Flight Safety Net Insider training program."

Karen Kramer

Flight Nurse, CCRN, CEN

Warning: Do Not Invest In Any Air Medical Career Training

(Unless It Meets These 3 Criteria)

  • Created by Industry experts who work full-time with the entire EMS, Fire, and Communications Team.
  • Includes Lifetime Access To a Proven Community Support and Success System like "The Hangar" Community in Flight Crew U Training System.
  • Created with Your Personal Safety In Mind. It kind of goes without saying, but at EMS Flight Safety Network, Safety is Our Top Priority.

Who Can Put a Price On Loving What You Do?

You Get At Least 10 Times Your Money's Worth:

A 3-credit Paramedic Course at My Local College Costs Over $1500 dollars. And that's just one course. The entire Paramedic degree costs over $20,000 dollars.

One hour of turbine helicopter instruction costs over $500 dollars.

The Get A Flight Job Live Training Course is over 15 hours of instruction. At the same rate, that would be over $7500 dollars.

But if you enroll in the next 7 days, you won't pay anything near these amounts.

In Summary, Here Is What You Get . . .

  • 15+ Hours of Live Video Training
  • Lifetime Access to "The Hangar" Success and Support Community Forums
  • MP3 Recordings of All Video Training
  • Fast Action Worksheets for All Training Modules
  • Video Recordings of All Video Training
  • Slides Used To Create Live Training Modules
  • Lifetime Access to the "The Hangar" and "The How To Get A Flight Job" Course Once Moved from Facebook to the FlightCrewU Website.
  • ,Module 1: How To Find, Research and Safety Check Air Medical Flight Programs. Make Sure Your Hometown Favorite Flight Program Is Safe. What to Look for. What to Ask Current Flight Crews. How to verify safety. Know Your Making The Best Choice.
  • Module 2: How To Get Qualified. How to go from where you are right now in your Medical or Aviation journey to competitive for flight jobs. A full discussion of the best schools and prep courses, what to do next for every step of the way, as well as little known ways to maximize your limited training dollars.
  • Module 3: How To Build A Better You. Step by step action plans for bringing your best self to a flight interview. Templates for how to improve your physical, financial, spiritual and on-and-off the job relationships.
  • Module 4: How to Create Your Unique, Attention Getting, Powerful Story. How to weave your story into all things EMS or aviation. How to leverage story for everything from succeeding on your resume, to succeeding in flight interviews, to you first year as new flight crew and applying for your first air medical management position. How to use story as a naturl lead in to Flight Interview Mastery -also covered in Module 4.
  • Module 5: How to Grow Your EMS & Aviation Network. How to leverage your network to pick the best flight program for you. How to lean on your network to make smart choices as new flight crew and beyond.

Your New Office -- A Medical Helicopter

Imagine your typical air medical day.

Showing up at your ‘office’ — which is really an air medical helicopter or airplane.

Then taking report from the off-going flight medic & nurse, checking equipment and immediately getting paged out to the scene of a multi-car interstate pile up.  It’s heart-pounding exciting and humbling all at the same time.

Think about what it’s like to land at an accident scene and see everyone breathe a sigh of relief the moment you and your partner hop out of the helicopter.  Because they know when you show up, things just got better.  They know the help they need just arrived.  Imagine being part of a flight team.  Imagine doing your very best for the patients you can help — and getting them to trauma centers in time.  Imagine what it feels like to save a life and have one of the survivors come back to thank you in person.

It really is a special job.  At times, it really is beyond words.

Of course, not every flight is dramatic.  Some are just routine hospital transfers.  A patient needs a specialist and it’s your job to get them from one hospital to another safely.  So you package up the patient and spend the afternoon flying from one hospital to another.

The truth is that you never know exactly what your day will bring until it happens.  But for some people (almost all trauma junkies) that’s part of the excitement.  The anticipation of the next call.  The excitement of not knowing what’s next, but the confidence of knowing you can handle whatever comes your way.

It really is a job like no other.  It really is the best job ever.

A Special Feeling

Sometimes the rewards of an air medical career come unexpectedly.

Sometimes you open your mailbox like any other day, but find a special gift like a crayon-drawn helicopter thank-you card...

from a 6-year old girl you flew from a car accident to a trauma hospital.

It's a feeling like no other.

It's a feeling you can only get by landing the best job in the world.

How Much Does It Cost?

If you register for class in the next 7 days, your investment in yourself is only $397

Limited Time Special Offer Pricing

You read that correctly.

Because this is the first time I'm putting all my training online, you can get the Flight Crew U two-part training system (with lifetime access) for one low fixed price.

No recurring membership fees.

No ongoing payments.

 

What's the Catch?

The catch is the training modules and The Hangar Community are works in progress. Or what is sometimes called 'beta mode.'

It's important to understand the training is taught LIVE.

So there will be some glitches for sure. It won't be perfect.

AND...

To keep everything super-simple easy for all involved, The Hangar community will initially live on Facebook with all the course modules.

It will later get transferred (with the course modules) to the Flight Crew U website. Again, there will be some glitches, I'm sure.

You have to decide if putting up with some imperfections is worth the best price I'm ever going to offer?

$451 In Future Flight Crew Bonuses

(This Week Only)

Bonus 1:  30-Year Flight Nurse Career Tips Interview MP3 ($127 Value)

A full hour of best practices and advice on how to find, get and keep a flight nurse job. Hear it all from the perspective of a 30-year flight nurse. Pull back the curtain and find out what it really takes to succeed in air medical over the long haul.

This used to be a stand-alone product. It's no longer for sale.

Now only available as a FlightCrewU Bonus.

 

Bonus 2: Flight Nurse Outreach Coordinator Interview MP3 ($127 Value)

A career advice interview plus the "how and why" behind air medical outreach. Learn how to leverage air medical outreach to your advantage in:

Resumes, Flight Interviews and Educational Events.

From a career Flight Nurse at America's largest air medical provider.

 

Bonus 3: Flight Interview Emergency Kit ($197 Value)

Do you know exactly what to do with a flight interview looming within 24 - 48 hours?

The Flight Interview Emergency Kit shows you step-by-step how to prepare like a pro, on short to no-notice.

Includes day-before, night-before, hour-before checklists to ensure you forget nothing and crush your flight interview like you've been preparing for years.

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45-Day 'Steal My Course' Money Back Guarantee

Try the FlightCrewU Training System is completely risk free. Request a refund anytime during the first 45 days. If you’re not completely satisfied I don’t want your money.

No questions asked, no hassles, no problems!

Try It Completely Risk Free

Because I really want you to take advantage of the best price I'm ever going to offer...

You can try the FlightCrewU two-part training system completely risk free.

In fact, you can take 80% of my course, download all the videos, all the fast-action worksheets and training, and then request (and get) a full refund.

Am I crazy? Have I lost my mind?

No.

I just want you to take advantage of the Live How To Get A Flight Job training and the soon to be new standard for community in air medical ---The Hangar forum...now.

 

Act Immediately and Get The Following EXTRA Bonuses

(Total of $491 Dollars in Bonuses for First 100 who Register!)

EMS Flight Safety Network
Team Logo Steel Travel Mug
with EMS Wings on one side,
Helicopter, Ambulance, Fire
Truck and Satellite Dish.
$25 Value

EMS Flight Safety Network
Team Logo Skull Cap with
EMS Wings on one side,
and Helicopter, Ambulance,
Fire Truck and Satellite Dish.
$15 Value

Here's How To Order Right Now

To Order The FlightCrewU Two-part Training System just click the Yellow "Click Here To Register" button below.

What happens next?

After you click the "Click Here To Register" yellow button, you're immediately taken to a summary of your order page. Look it over, enter your details, and complete your order.

Then you'll immediately be taken to the Member's Only area and sent a welcome aboard email!

That's it!

Simple and easy.

Then just sit back, enjoy your bonuses, and wait for class to start.

To Your Flight Crew Success,

 

 

p.s. to make sure you get all the free downloads and bonuses order now while it's fresh on your mind.

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