FAR Parts 135, 125, and 121 Training

Wet Ditching Procedures:

Accident/Incident Reviews-Assessment/Declaration of Emergency-AMVER System for Rescue- Aircraft Ditching Procedures-Crew Coordination-Passenger/Cabin Preparation- Evacuation Procedures.

Water Survival Equipment:

Familiarization and Deployment  of Vests-Deployment of Rafts-Types of Signaling Equipment-ELT’s- Demonstration of the Reverse Osmosis Pump-Hands-on use of Equipment in a Water Environment (Pool, Lake, Bay or Ocean).

Water Survival:

Dealing with the Ocean Environment-Heat/Cold-Dehydration/Hypothermia- Food/Water Procurement-Psychological and Physiological Aspects of Survival-First Aid.

Cockpit Fire and Smoke Management:

Accident/Incident Reviews-Smoke in the Cockpit-Use of Oxygen Masks and Goggles-Smoke/Fire-Toxicity Hazards-Smoke Hoods

In-Flight Fire Fighting:

Crew Coordination-Passenger Briefing-Location and Type- of Fire-Location and Use of Fire Extinguishers.

Aircraft Evacuation:

Cockpit Check List-Crew Coordination-Passenger Briefing-Demonstrations of Exit Removal-Evacuation Exercise from a Smoke Filled Environment (Stage Fog).

Aviation Physiology:

Accident/Incident Reviews-Pressurization-Hypoxia-Evolved and Expanded Gases-Rapid Decompression-Crew Oxygen Equipment-Passenger Oxygen Equipment.

Hazardous Material Identification:

Label Identifications-Unknown Packages-Inadvertent Hazmat-ORM-Considered Hazmat but Allowed.

Security and Anti-Hijacking:

Aircraft Security-Hotel Security-Group and Personal Security.

In order to prepare for any security issues that may arise on an aircraft your crew should go through our airplane anti hijacking training. Not only do airport security need to be professionally trained in anti hijacking, but we also want our aviation crew to learn inflight security as well.

Course offered at Aviation Departments Location

Cost Per Class: $2495.00 Plus Expenses
Length: 12 Hours
Class Size: Limited to 15 Students