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|Aircraft Doors and Over-wing Exits Operations
Aircraft Doors and Over-wing Exits Operations
The Initial and Recurrent Aircraft Doors and Over-wing Exits Operations training provides the opportunity for aircrew members to familiarise themselves with the operation of over-wing exits. The training is conducted on our Airbus A320 over-wing exit door trainer, which is approved for most medium-sized jets.
Training relating to the practical operation of over-wing exits enables aircrew members to gain a better understanding of immediate actions to be undertaken in the event of an emergency when landing or ditching.
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|Aviation First Aid
Aviation First Aid
The Initial and Recurrent Aviation First Aid is an in-depth course which covers the ways to provide first aid treatment in an aviation environment and ensures aircrew members possess the essential knowledge of caring for unwell passengers. Practical uses of in-flight medical equipment will also be covered.
The course objective is to promote the significance of the immediate actions taken in a medical situation, whilst also reflecting on the impact it may have on flight operations.
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The Initial and Recurrent Aviation Security course offers aircrew members a thorough introduction on aviation security, as well as its importance. It reminds aircrew members of the constant threats to the safety of passengers and themselves.
The course objectives are to equip aircrew members with knowledge of regulations relating to safe flight operations and external threat prevention.
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|Crew Resource Management
Crew Resource Management
The Initial and Recurrent Crew Resource Management course covers general concepts on CRM objectives, principles and human factors in the aviation industry.
The course objectives are to promote flight safety, to enhance flight operation efficiency, and to remind all aircrew members of the importance of effective communication between different roles in order to reduce human errors from occurring in daily operations.
The initial course consists with two modules, and the recurrent course consist with one module.
|Dangerous Goods Awareness
Dangerous Goods Awareness
The Dangerous Goods Awareness course is designed for both aircrew members and ground operations staff to enhance their knowledge of potentially hazardous materials in order to enable safe flight operations. This course is suitable for operators who do not hold an approval to transport dangerous goods.
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The Initial and Recurrent Emergency Procedures course is designed for individuals who wish to gain more in-depth knowledge of common Safety Emergency Procedures (SEP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), or for those who wish to refresh existing knowledge.
The course objectives are to equip aircrew members with the knowledge of common established procedures so as to enable smoother flight operations. This course can also be tailor made to cover company specific SOP.
This course also details procedures to be followed in the event of an abnormal situation occurring in flight and reinforces the significance of the sequence of actions aircrew members should follow in case of an emergency.
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|Safety Management System
Safety Management System
The Safety Management System training provides an introduction to and overview of the SMS concept and demonstrates how a SMS can enhance safety in a flight operation. The systematic SMS approach ensures both safer operations and improved overall efficiency by managing organizational structure, staff accountabilities, policies and procedures.
This training is appropriate for all personnel, not just aircrew. The SMS module can be customised to your organisation needs.
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|Smoke and Fire
Smoke and Fire
The Initial and Recurrent Smoke and Fire training covers the risks associated with fire and smoke, and features a range of practical exercises conducted in a fire and smoke training rig which allows aircrew members to experience fighting live fires within an aviation environment.
The training objectives are to equip aircrew members with knowledge of immediate actions to be taken and the correct ways to operate in-flight firefighting equipment in case of fire hazards.
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|Wet Drills and Survival
Wet Drills and Survival
The Initial and Recurrent Wet Drills and Survival course introduces aircrew members to a comprehensive set of wet drill procedures, including immediate actions to be taken in the event of an emergency landing on water and the correct ways to use relevant equipment. Necessary skills and knowledge to survive in remote environments will also be covered in detail.
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