Security-Related Airspace Course
Price: $29.95





The Gleim Security-Related Airspace Course (SRAC) is a recurrent ground training course designed to increase pilot's safety, knowledge, and abilities in regard to flying in and around the various security airspaces in the United States. SRAC covers subjects like the Washington, D.C. SFRA, flying internationally, and procedures for military aircraft interception.
  • Nine study units covering any airspace you may encounter
  • 5-10 minute audiovisual presentations
  • 4-7 pages of knowledge transfer outlines
  • 10-question multiple-choice quiz
  • 12 months of access
April, 2012
Good balance between AV material and written. The speech in the AV was in a clear pronunciation which was helpful for students whose first language isn't English.
- Kristian Petersen


April, 2012
Valuable and knowledgeable material.
- Elton Reeves


February, 2012
Outstanding job!
- Harry Choi


November, 2011
Great course.
- James Jackson


July, 2011
The SRAC provided easy to learn information on the procedures necessary for security related scenarios and general knowledge.
- Christopher Butera


July, 2011
Excellent course that outlines all of the situations you might encounter in the Washington DC ADIZ/FRZ.
- William Lauler


October, 2010
The information was concise and very descriptive and taught me a lot about the nature and the use of TFR's

Thank you for taking the time to teach us beginners the correct process to safe flying. I'm glad that I found a site that is completely dedicated to helping to teach people the correct way of flying and providing an easier way of recognizing what to do in situations that could prove to be stressful if we didn't have the proper knowledge.
- Timothy Gaytan


June, 2010
A nice way to learn and incorporate into my flight training as a supplement.
- Ronald Mohr


June, 2010
This was a big confidence booster because of the way the training aids were used.
- Anonymous


Key facts about SRAC

  • Structured, interactive, self-study review and certificate program delivered online via the Internet
    Use the Security-Related Airspace Course to prepare you for flying in post-9/11 airspace or to review/refresh your airspace knowledge. This course uses the Gleim proven Knowledge Transfer System methods.
  • Takes about 5 hours to complete
    Each study unit should take about half an hour. That includes the True-False Study Quiz, the Knowledge Transfer Outline, Audiovisual Presentation, and Multiple-Choice Test for that study unit.
  • Challenges you, but provides you with the knowledge to pass
    Our Knowledge Transfer Outlines give you all the review material you need, in a well-organized format, so you can focus your study on the areas you need to review the most. You can then confidently fly in today's complicated airspace system. SRAC provides you with convenience while helping you learn more and refresh your knowledge.
  • Inexpensive and user friendly
    For those who are less familiar with computers, we have a trained, friendly support staff you can contact for help. E-mail us at support@gleim.com or call us at (800) 874-5346 for assistance.

The Gleim Security-Related Airspace Course is an effective, easy-to-use, and intuitively appealing way to refresh and expand your knowledge. Begin now by trying Study Unit 1 for FREE!

Course Elements

Each study unit contains an outlined reference guide as explained below.
  • 10 thought-provoking true/false study questions
  • 4-7 pages of knowledge transfer outline
  • 5-10 minutes audiovisual presentation
  • A 10-question multiple-choice quiz
To complete a study unit, you must:
  • Answer 10 thought-provoking true/false study questions.
    You will receive answer explanations that indicate why you answered the questions correctly or incorrectly. The true/false study questions are intended to help you to begin thinking about and studying the subject matter of the study unit. They also allow you to evaluate how much you already know about the concepts. Your performance on this section does not affect whether you pass the study unit or complete the course.
  • Print and study the knowledge transfer outline for the study unit.
    The outlines are divided into sections called "subunits" to make studying them easier. You can use the print function on your browser to print the outline by clicking "Print" under the "File" Menu. Use your printout of the knowledge transfer outlines for future reference. When you have finished studying the outlines, you will be ready to take the multiple-choice quiz.
  • Pass the multiple-choice quiz with a score of 70% or better.
    You will be presented with 10 multiple-choice questions based on the material you covered in the outline section of the study unit. You may move back and forth between questions and change your answers, but once you choose to grade the quiz, you will not be allowed to return to the questions. When you have answered each of the 10 multiple-choice questions to your satisfaction, click the "Grade" button at the bottom of the screen below the last question. Once you obtain a passing score, a review session will provide you with answer explanations for any multiple-choice questions that you answered incorrectly.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I take the study units in any order?
    Yes, but once you start a study unit, you have to complete that study unit before continuing.
  • Can I skip the true/false part since the score doesn't count?
    No. SRAC is set up so that you have to take the true/false questions. The true/false questions are there to help you pass by focusing on areas you need to improve.
  • What happens if I fail a quiz?
    Failing a test twice in a row causes you to be locked out. You must then contact Gleim for further directions.
  • What happens if I have computer problems and am unable to complete the course?
    The computer requirements for taking this course are minimal and can be done at just about any computer with Internet access. If anything goes wrong, you can email us at support@gleim.com or call (800) 874-5346 for help.
  • What requirements do I need to satisfy in order to pass the course?
    Each of the 9 study units ends with a 10-question multiple choice quiz. You must pass each of the end-of-study-unit multiple-choice quizzes with a score of 70% or better. Print your completion certificate, and you're done with the course.
  • How will I receive credit for this course toward my Wings program?
    Gleim will submit credit for your email address to the FAA. You will see this course appear in your Wings profile shortly after completing it. If one week after course completion, you do not see the Gleim Security-Related Airspace Course in you pilot profile, simply request a credit validation from your Wings main page. We will be sure that you are credited for your work. For Wings credit validation instructions, click here.
  • What if I have a question or need to speak to someone?
    We're available at support@gleim.com or (800) 874-5346. You can give us feedback about your experience with the course or ask questions if you like.

Duration

Access to the Security-Related Airspace Course will expire 12 months months from the date of purchase. If you have not completed the course and you need access after the expiration date, you may purchase a 12 months month extension at half the current purchase price. You will have 30 days to purchase an extension.

Refund

You may return the course within 30 days of purchase for a full refund if you have not begun more than two study units.


SRAC Study Units

  1. Airspace Awareness
  2. Preflight Planning
  3. National Security Areas
  4. Restricted Areas
  5. Prohibited Areas
  6. Temporary Flight Restrictions (TFR)
  7. The Washington, D.C. ADIZ
  8. Approaching and Departing U.S. Airspace
  9. Intercept Procedures

Getting started with the Gleim Security-Related Airspace Course

Make sure that your computer meets our minimum system requirements, then click the "Create Account" button below to get started with the Gleim Security-Related Airspace Course by trying Study Unit 1 for FREE.



How to Get Wings Credit for This Course

Gleim uploads Wings course completion credit every week for current course users. If you have completed this course but have not received Wings credit, follow the instructions below to ensure you are credited for your work.
  1. Go to http://www.faasafety.gov.
  2. Log in with your FAASafety email address and password.
    • If you have not created an account with FAASafety, you will need to do that first.
  3. Under the "Activities, Courses, & Seminars" tab at the top of the page, click "Activities."
  4. Type "Gleim" into the "Keywords" box and click "Search."
  5. Find the appropriate course title in the resulting list and click on the title of that course.
  6. Click the "Request Credit" button.
  7. Enter the date on your completion/graduation certificate into the "Date Completed" box.
  8. In the "Select Validator" section, click the "Email" tab.
  9. Type "wings@gleim.com" into the field and click the "Select" button.
  10. Click "Submit for Validation."
An email notification will be sent to Gleim. We will review your course records and either validate your credit or reply explaining why we are unable to do so (for example, the course completion date is incorrect). Either way, you will receive an email reply from FAASafety once our action has been submitted. If you have any questions or difficulties with this process, please email wings@gleim.com.


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June, 2010
This was a big confidence booster because of the way the training aids were...
- Anonymous
November, 2011
Great course.
- James Jackson
April, 2012
Good balance between AV material and written. The speech in the AV was in...
- Kristian Petersen
April, 2012
Valuable and knowledgeable material.
- Elton Reeves
February, 2012
Outstanding job!
- Harry Choi
July, 2011
Excellent course that outlines all of the situations you might encounter...
- William Lauler
July, 2011
The SRAC provided easy to learn information on the procedures necessary for...
- Christopher Butera
October, 2010
The information was concise and very descriptive and taught me a lot about...
- Timothy Gaytan
June, 2010
A nice way to learn and incorporate into my flight training as a supplement....
- Ronald Mohr
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