Safety & Emergency Procedures Training – Recurrent, will ensure participants maintain their knowledge, skills and expertise in cabin safety and emergency procedures (SEP), in both normal and emergency situations, by refreshing theoretical knowledge and through scenario-based exercises. This course covers all annual recurrent training requirements as required by the Regulator.
In this course, participants will cover all the generic safety training modules as required by the Regulator. Theoretical knowledge and practical skills in both normal and emergency situations will be refreshed including, Safety & Emergency Procedures (SEP), Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Aviation Regulations, normal procedures, emergency procedures, passenger handling and crowd control in emergency situations, emergency equipment, aircraft types and door/exit operation.
Participants will also cover Survival Training and Wet Drills, Dangerous Goods in accordance with ICAO Technical Instructions, Aviation Security, fire and smoke drills, decompression, Pilot Incapacitation, Aviation First Aid, Crew Resource Management and Human Factors. Emphasis will be placed on non-technical skills including communication, team-work, situational awareness and decision making.
Both theoretical and practical training will be supported by realistic scenarios in real-to-life training environments including our full-flight cabin simulators. Our focus on scenario-based training will impart the necessary knowledge and expertise to ensure the highest standards of cabin safety.
This course complies with GCAA, EASA and FAA regulations and follows the appropriate regulatory syllabus.
Upon completion of this training course in Safety & Emergency Procedures Training for Aircrew – Recurrent, participants will be able to:
- Recall the key roles and responsibilities of a Cabin Crew
- Recall and apply Safety & Emergency Procedures, Standard Operating Procedures, and general regulatory standards
- Explain and demonstrate aircraft components
- Identify and operate emergency equipment onboard an aircraft
- Apply skills and knowledge effectively to handle an abnormal situation occurring onboard an aircraft
- Apply skills and knowledge effectively to handle an emergency situation and an evacuation
- Demonstrate the effective use of soft skills including communication, team-work, situational awareness, and decision-making
Participants must be over 18 years of age.
Completion of Initial Safety & Emergency Procedures Training.
Participants will be required to perform scenario-based exercises including, simulating high-altitude conditions, a wet drill in a swimming pool, opening and closing real aircraft doors and exits, a live fire drill, and a smoke-filled cabin exercise.
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: Three days
Suitability: Participants with no prior experience, or participants who have been on a leave of absence from flying, with a focus on private and business aviation.
Recognition and Accreditation: All participants who complete the course receive a certificate of completion issued by Dynamic Advanced Training.