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We are here for you.

Whether you are on shore, off-shore, work in a single pilot operation, alongside a multidisciplinary HEMS/SAR team, or are dealing with the everyday fluctuations and uncertainties of being a helicopter pilot, we are here for you. This Peer Support Programme uses trained volunteer pilots to support their fellow flight crew colleagues. ​The volunteer pilots are there to listen without judgement. Many issues can be resolved before they become a problem by talking to someone who is a trained listener and knows what it's like to be a helicopter pilot.


Your Peer Support Programme is governed to the highest professional and medical standards of confidentiality. It is administered by the leading specialists in this field, the Centre for Aviation Psychology and the volunteers are fully supported by them.

Sometimes the best person to talk to is someone who knows exactly what it's like to be a pilot.

If you are ready to speak to a trained peer, all you need to do is follow this link and provide a few simple details.   
Learn more about the way this service operates, what you can use it for, how it is governed and how vital issues such as confidentiality are managed.    
It might be the case that you can find the information or support you are looking for outside of this support programme. Take a look at the Resources page to find out more.
Are you an interested AOC?
Naturally we'd be happy to talk through the benefits of offering this PSP to your pilots and what we've learnt from the other aviation PSPs that we run.
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