A wide range of door and exit types can be found on board aircraft. Being familiar with the features and functions of the various types available can be a challenge for aircrew, especially if working on different aircraft types. Aircraft Doors and Exits Practical Training for Aircrew makes door and exit familiarization training easy, utilizing approved equipment and facilities, all in one place.
During this course, participants will learn the features and functions of various aircraft door and exit types, and how to operate a door or exit in a normal or emergency situation. You will gain hands-on practical experience in real-life environments using the latest state-of-the-art cabin and door simulators, resulting in greater user confidence, enhancing safety on board.
Dynamic Advanced Training has the following aircraft door and exit types available:
B777 Overwing Exit
A310 Overwing Exit
Training meets regulatory requirements for Conversion Training for Flight Crew who have recently joined an airline, and for Recurrent Training, whereby it is necessary for Flight Crew to complete this practical aspect of SEP training every three years.
Training is based on the requirements set by the GCAA, EASA and FAA. To ensure compliance is maintained with each Authority, training can be modified.
Upon completion of this training course in Aircraft Doors and Exits Practical Training for Aircrew, participants will be able to:
- Describe the features and functions of a specific door or exit type
- Operate aircraft doors in a normal situation
- Operate aircraft exits in a normal situation
- Arm and Disarm slides and slide-rafts
- Operate aircraft doors in an emergency situation
- Demonstrate the use of door Power-Assist features, if applicable
- Operate aircraft exits in an emergency situation
Participants must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Participants will be required to open and close real aircraft doors and exits. Please inform Dynamic Advanced Training of any physical conditions that may affect the ability to perform such exercises.
Delivery: The course is delivered at Dynamic Advanced Training, Dubai South, in both classroom and simulated environments.
Duration: Two hours
Suitability: Pilots, Cabin Crew, and airline staff who are required to operate aircraft doors.
Recognition and Accreditation: All participants who complete the course receive a certificate of completion issued by Dynamic Advanced Training.