PAPI (Pilot Support Program) is a network of volunteer pilots (PEERS) trained in CISM (Critical Incident Stress Management) methodology to support those colleagues who face work or non-work problems of a personal or emotional nature. PAPI helps pilots cope better with events that could alter their mental well-being.
PAPI brinda una oportunidad única de hablar sobre asuntos personales con alguien que puede ofrecer una escucha activa y empática, confidencial e independiente.
PAPI provides a unique opportunity to discuss personal matters with someone who can offer active and empathetic, confidential and independent listening.
As it is a peer support service, the goal is to help you make decisions and take steps to solve a particular problem.
PEERS are not qualified to decide if you are fit to fly. Even after talking with them, that decision remains your responsibility. However, as PEERs can help you solve it yourself and / or discover your options and the best way. Its function is to support you not only to make a decision, but they will also be at your disposal to follow up on any decision you make.
PEERS (partners) come from all groups of pilots and types of aircraft. They are committed to fully support the well-being of our partners. These volunteers listen and offer guidance confidentially and without prejudice. They will be willing to offer information on other more specific assistance programs and specialized professional assistance.
PEERS have demonstrated compliance with the following skills;
We thank you for talking with your classmates about PAPI, and for calling us when you need it.