The aim of stall awareness and spin training is to develop a pilot’s understanding in the area of high angle of attack flying and to practice the proper actions to take to avoid inadvertent stalls and spins.
The understanding and basic actions to prevent and to recover from these potentially hazardous situations are the same regardless of the aircraft you fly. Many major airlines now insist that their pilots complete such advanced handling courses as part of their basic training.
The course syllabus includes the following:
4 hours ground training
4 hours flight training