A young international student that has achieved many successes to date and is thankful to everyone on this life journey that provided me with these opportunities that I have recorded as best as possible. Reliable worker with strong background helping with customer orders, cooking and store cleanliness. Able to stand for long hours and complete demanding work in high-volume settings. Service-oriented, punctual and hardworking with excellent people skills. Pleasant and personable individual enthusiastic about meeting new people. Strong presentation skills to large groups of people and a real go-getter. .
When I reflect back and during those early High School days during 2015, my parents set goals for me, to obtain my Private Pilot License (PPL) in South Africa. For a High School young scholar, this was a mountain to climb. The success of this helped to forward me to be accepted in the fall of 2016 at UND. As a freshman, UND helped play a vital role in facilitating my FAA, PPL. This I am very proud of, and it is most certainly my greatest achievements.
These licenses have one golden thread that you need to be skilled and understand the severe accountability that you, as the pilot has when flying fellow citizens around. The upward trajectory was steep and challenged many. During my stay at Grand Forks, I received twice the National Society Collegiate Scholars recipient for above 3.5 GPA excellent marks.
There are many conditions stops the pilot to maintain normal physiological functions and ultimately the demise of himself and the others in the airplane.
• trapped gas disorders- Experience a trapped gas n the body in a realistic environment, allowing crew-members to practice proper response techniques in a controlled situation
• evolved gas problems- Discuss the affected areas of the body, causal factors, symptoms, factors influencing the various maladies, and treatment option
• oxygen equipment care and us-Discuss the various types of equipment available for pilots, cabin crew, and passengers, proper utilization of the equipment, pre- and in-flight inspection of oxygen systems, and new technology.
• cabin pressurization-Discuss the different types of pressurization systems, causal factors and recognition of slow, rapid, and explosive decompressions, physiological and physical indications and hazards of decompressions, and proper response strategies to implement in the event of a decompression
• decompression issues-Experience a rapid decompression in a realistic environment, allowing crew-members to practice proper response techniques in a controlled situation using actual aircraft oxygen equipment
• visual and spatial disorientation-Discuss human orientation and disorientation issues, factors affecting orientation, automation interaction issues, physiological response during disorientation, and mitigation methods to employ when disoriented
• Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS)
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