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a. Student illness/injury. Anytime a student becomes ill or
injured, instructors shall stop the training, and notify the
school department head. Instructors shall complete the Personal
Injury Notification form NAVAVSCOLSCOM 6310/1.
b. Emergencies. In the event of an actual emergency, the
following mishap plan shall be implemented:
(1) Fire. In the event of a fire, the emergency escape
routes posted in the classroom shall be utilized by staff and
student personnel. The instructor will muster all student
personnel in the class in the evacuation area and await further
(2) Tornado. If a tornado approaches Building 633, the
instructor will remove all students from the classroom and
assemble them in the adjacent passageway, a central location away
(3) Hurricane. In the event of an approaching hurricane,
all personnel shall comply with Naval Aviation Schools Command
and NAS Pensacola instructions concerning hurricane preparation
(4) Emergency Drills. The Mishap Plan shall be activated
at least once each quarter--four times per year, unless actual
injuries occur to students which require activation of the plan.
Student Flow Management Data
5. Graduation. The students are graduated upon successful
completion of course curriculum requirements.
6. Remediation. Students who fail to maintain minimum academic
requirements are referred to a PRB.
7. Setback. The PRB assesses reasons for the student's failure
and makes one of three recommendations: (1) continue with class,
(2) set back for remediation, or (3) drop from training.
8. Dropped from Training for Suitability Reasons.
lack of motivation (or negative motivation).
9. Instructor Certification Program. FITC instructors must have
at least one year of instructional experience with student naval
aviators in a training squadron immediately prior to being
selected as an instructor, have at least one year remaining in
the instructor's current NATRACOM tour, hold a rank of O-3 or
higher, be recommended by his or her commanding officer, and be
approved by the Commanding Officer, Naval Aviation Schools
Command. Additionally, each instructor must be a graduate of the
Academic Instructor Training Course (AITC). After completion of