FAA BasicMed Training

FAA BasicMed Training

Perform the BasicMed exam for Flight Instructors, Flight Students, Recreational and Private Pilots.

The BasicMed program allows most “General Aviation” pilots to obtain a BasicMed exam in lieu of a 3rd Class Airman Medical Certificate. This simplified exam has it’s own regulations, procedures, forms and requirements for both pilots and the BasicMed provider.

Our 2 hour training course is online and on-demand. Using FAA recommendations and aeromedical resources, learn how to perform the BasicMed in your office correctly.

Key Components of the FAA BasicMed regulation and FAA terminology
Assess Pilots for FAA BasicMed medical exam eligibility
Aid Pilots with medical conditions to fly under the BasicMed program
Determining pilot flight safety
Recognize medication classifications that may be a risk to safety
Identify disqualifying medical conditions
FAA Guidance and Aeromedical resources for BasicMed providers

The following healthcare providers are or may be eligible to perform BasicMed exams:

MDs and DOs: Can perform the BasicMed exam in all states without being a FAA Aviation Medical Examiner.

DCs: May perform the BasicMed exam when considered by their State Chiropractic Licensing Board to be a “Chiropractic Physician” with State scope of practice to perform the components of BasicMed exam. (for a current list of States allowing DCs to perform BasicMed call TeamCME: 541-276-6032)

ANPs/PAs: May perform all or part of the exam per state regulations, with the exception of signing the BasicMed Medical exam Checklist. The Checklist must be signed by the “state licensed physician” responsible for the exam.
  • FAA BasicMed Training
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed