All courses are postponed until further notice due to COVID-19. Once the Swiss government lifts all restrictions we will resume to offer world-class helicopter rescue and mountain medicine courses. New dates will be published here. Please contact email@example.com for any information.
In 2015, the Training Center began offering continuing education courses in accordance with the Transport Driver Licensing Ordinance (CZV).
Air Zermatt offers a variety of courses drawing from its knowledge in first aid and occupational safety combined with the long-standing expertise of facilitators and specialists from various fields.
The Air Zermatt Training Center is recognized as a training center by the ASA for an unlimited period of time and has a quality assurance system in accordance with Art. 17 of the CZV.
Continuing education obligation
The obligation to participate in continuing education in accordance with the CZV may be fulfilled within a period of five years in one of two ways:
- Five daily courses of seven hours each
- One week-long course consisting of five course days
The continuing education courses must be completed at a recognized continuing education institution in Switzerland. Participants receive an official ASA course confirmation for each course day completed. The completed courses are registered centrally in the system for administration, registration and information (SARI).
Driver's license in credit card format
Before you can register for a continuing education course, you must exchange your old, blue driver's license for a new driver's license in credit card format. You can request this directly from the road traffic office (DSUS).
|Size:||Min. 6 people / max. 16 people|
|Date:||Date and topic|
For the time being, the courses have been postponed. As soon as the Swiss government has lifted all restrictions, we will offer courses again. New dates will be posted on this page.
If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
CHF 200 per day per person
|Language of instruction:||German|
Information in brief
You can find more information in German, French and Italian about the Transport Driver Licensing Ordinance (CZV) here: www.cambus.ch
|CZV||Transport Driver Licensing Ordinance|
|ASA||Association of Road Traffic Offices|
|CAMBUS||Official body for regulating the CZV|
|DSUS||Road Traffic Office for the Canton of Valais|
|BWZ||Professional Driver Training Center in Upper Valais|
Download the flyer of the course here (currently only available in German).