• Cabin Safety Training

  • 1. Initial Safety Training

    Approvals
    EUOPS 1.1005
    Equivalent FAR Part 135 section 341/349/295 FAR 121 section 421
    Equivalent ICAO Doc 7192-AN/857 Part E-1

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: Discipline & Responsibilities, Communication, Operation Procedures, Emergency Procedures, Generic Door Training, Generic Emergency Equipment, Crowd Control, Passenger Handling, Slide Jump, Survival & Water Survival, Cultural Differences, Crew Resource Management, Firefighting and Smoke, Medical Aspects & First Aid and Dangerous Goods.

    Tools
    PPT, Media, Emergency Equipment, Door & Slide Trainer, Fire Trainer, and First Aid Equipment.

    2. Conversion and Differences Training

    Approvals
    EUOPS 1.1010
    Equivalent FAR Part 135 section 331/341
    Equivalent ICAO Doc 7192-AN/857 Part E-1

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical aircraft type specific training covering the following elements: Operation of Doors & Exits, Emergency Equipment, Practical Training Firefighting & Smoke, Practical Training Pilot Incapacitation, Normal Procedures including Safety Briefing & Demonstration, Emergency Procedures, Evacuation & Evacuation Slide Training, Crowd Control Techniques, Practical Training Emergency Situations, Unplanned Emergency Procedures, Crew Resource Management and Medical Aspects & First Aid.
    (Not included in this course are the familiarization flight and/or Aircraft visit (EUOPS 1.1012).

    Tools
    CBT, CAT, PPT, Media, Emergency Equipment, Door & Slide Trainer, Fire Trainer and First Aid Equipment.

    3. Recurrent Training

    Approvals
    EUOPS 1.1015
    Equivalent ICAO Doc 7192-AN/857 Part E-1

    Description
    Annual theoretical classroom program and an additional 3 year module of theoretical and practical training covering the following elements:

    Annual
    Incident/Accident/Occurrence Review, Location & Handling of Safety Equipment, Pilot Incapacitation, Stowage of Articles in Cabin, Operation of all Doors & Exits, Surface Contamination Awareness, Emergency Procedures including Evacuation and Crowd Control Techniques, Medical Aspects & First Aid and Crew Resource Management.
    Every 3 years
    Practical training operation of all Doors and Exits, Practical Training Pilot Incapacitation, Slide-raft/ Liferaft (if applicable), Pyrotechniques (if applicable) and Practical Training Firefighting & Smoke.

    Tools
    CST (3 years training), CBT, CAT, PPT, Media, Emergency Equipment, Fire Trainer and First Aid Equipment.

     

    4. Refresher Training

    Approvals
    EUOPS 1.1020

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: Emergency Procedures including Pilot Incapacitation, Evacuation Procedures & Crowd Control Techniques, Demonstration of Operation of the Flight Deck Windows, Location and Handling of Safety Equipment and Operation of all Doors & Exits.

    Tools
    CBT, CAT, PPT, Media, Emergency Equipment, Door & Slide Trainer, Fire Trainer and First Aid Equipment.

    5. Senior Cabin Crew

    Training
    Approvals
    EUOPS 1.1000

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: Crew Co-operation & Communication, Flight and Duty Time Limitations, PA Announcements, Debriefing, Accident & Incident Reporting, Practical Exercises Pre-flight Briefing, Situational Awareness in Emergency Procedures, Time Management, Practical Training Case Scenario, Situational Leadership, Case Based Studies, Emergency Cases and Risk Management. (Not included in this course is the familiarization flight operating as a senior cabin crew member and the Line Oriented Flying Training(LOFT) exercise.

    Tools
    CBT, CAT, PPT, Media and Emergency Equipment.

    6. Cabin Crew CRM

    Training
    Approvals
    Appendix 2 to EUOPS 1.1005/1.1010/1.1015

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements:

    Introductory Module
    Human Factors in Aviation, CRM Principles & Objectives, Human Performances & Limitations, Personality Awareness, Human Error & Reliability, Attitudes & Behaviors, Self-assessment, Fatigue & Vigilance, Assertiveness, Situation Awareness, Information Acquisition & Processing.

    Operator’s Module
    Error Prevention & Detection, Shared Situation Awareness, Workload Management, Effective Communication & Coordination, Leadership, Cooperation, Synergy, Decision-making & Actions, Management of Passengers Human Factors, Company Safety Culture, SOP’s, Effective Communication & Coordination with other personnel and ground services, Participation in Cabin Safety Incident & Accident Reporting and Case studies.

    Aircraft Type Specific Module

    Operator module relevant to type

    Tools
    PPT and Media.

    7. Medical Aspects & First

    Aid Approvals
    Appendix 3 to EUOPS 1.1005/1.1010/1.1015

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements; Medical Aspects & First Aid, Practical First Aid Training and Automatic External Defibrillator Training (optional).

    Tools
    PPT, Media and First Aid Training Equipment

    8. Emergency Equipment

    Training
    Approvals
    Appendix 1 to EUOPS 1.1005/1.1010/1.1015

    Description
    Theoretical classroom, practical training and actual handling of the emergency equipment covering the following elements: Actual Donning of a Lifejacket, Actual donning of Protective Breathing Equipment, Actual donning of Fire Extinguishers, Location & Use of all Emergency Equipment carried on board aircraft, Location & Use of all types of Exits, Operation & Use of Life Rafts (where fitted) and Pyrotechnics (if applicable).

    Tools
    PPT, Media, Emergency Equipment and Door Trainer.

    9. Water Survival Training

    Approvals
    Appendix 1 to EUOPS 1.1005/1.1010/1.1015

    Description
    Theoretical classroom, practical training and actual handling of the emergency equipment covering the following elements: Survival in Area of Operation, Water Survival and Practical Water Survival including Raft.

    Tools
    PPT, Media and Survival Training Equipment.

    10. Fire and Smoke

    Training
    Approvals
    Appendix 1 to EUOPS 1.1005/1.1010/1.1015

    Description
    Theoretical classroom, practical training and actual handling of the emergency equipment covering the following elements: Chemistry of Fire, Firefighting Techniques, Fire Prevention, Classification of Fires, Firefighting and Smoke Equipment, General Onboard Firefighting, Communication, Smoke General, Ground-based Emergency Services, Practical Firefighting & Smoke Handling including Donning and Use of PBE in a simulated smoke filled training area.

    Tools
    Fire Trainer, PPT, Media and Fire Emergency Equipment.

    11. Dangerous Goods

    Approvals
    EUOPS 1 Subpart R 1.1220
    Equivalent FAR Part 135 section 333

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: General Philosophy, Limitations, Classification, Labeling and Marking, Recognition of Undeclared Dangerous Goods, Provisions of Passengers & Crew and Emergency Procedures.

    Tools
    PPT, Media and Dangerous Goods Training Equipment.

    12. Train the Trainer

    Description
    Theoretical classroom and practical training covering the following elements: Principles of Adult learning, Stages of Learning, Elements of Effective Training, Role of the Instructor, Training Methods, Presentation and Facilitation Skills, Instructor techniques, Classroom Management and Designing a course.

     

    13. Customized Courses

    • Specific airline checklists and flight procedures can be used during all courses.
    • Standard courses can be tailored to your specifications or completely new courses can be designed if required.
    • Aviation Security Course, based on the Operator National Security Program.
     




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