We would like to give you an overview of subjects you will cover during your Attestation Course.
SOP and General
Operators set the expected daily standards and practices through Standard Operating Procedures. This allows everyone to work from the same page. With everyone operating to the same safety standard it limits the risk to the aircraft passengers and crew. The module will introduce you to standard operating procedures and EASA regulations.
Flight Time limitations and Medical Fitness
Flight and Duty Time Limitations (FTL) are necessary to ensure that air crew fatigue does not endanger flight safety. Since the 1944 Chicago Convention, has been recognised that fatigue (due to long duty hours, insufficient rest/sleep opportunities etc.) can pose a risk to the safety of air operations.
As a member of Cabin Crew, it is your responsibility to ensure that you report for duty rested properly in order to minimise incurring fatigue. The module will give you an understanding of your individual responsibilities as a cabin crew member , how the FTLS work and an understanding of medical fitness requirements.
Dangerous Goods are ‘any article or substance which is capable of posing a significant risk to health, safety, property or the environment.’ If airlines are to carry Dangerous Goods then they must have an approval to do so. Cabin Crew are required to have training before the airline can carry such goods. This module will give a introduction to dangerous goods awareness,
Survival and Wet Drills
Cabin crew have to be prepared for all types of emergency situations. The priority being to survive in some of the harshest terrains. The survival training will equip you with survival technique and an understanding of emergency services and rescue protocol. You will also get to practice the dinghy and wet drills survival in the swimming pool.
The security of passenger travel is a major concern in the aviation industry today. Events reported in the news remind us how real the threat in everyday life, as well as aviation is. As events happen the industry learns and new implementations are enforced to protect the public often impacting the industry at a cost. The course delivers awareness of the implementing rules covered by EC300/2008.
Passenger Handling and Safety and Emergency Procedures (SEP)
Aircraft operators invest a lot of time and money to train their Cabin Crew to react to Emergency situations. Protocols and procedures are laid down to ensure that all cabin crew respond to the emergency in the same way and that procedures are followed to give the best possible outcome. The SEP module serves as a generic overview and introduction, detailed training will be completed by the aircraft operator you join
Fire and Smoke
Fighting a fire on board will probably be the most challenging and dangerous situation a crew member may face due to the limited amount of time available to extinguish the fire before the situation becomes non-survivable. Your training will equip you with the knowledge and confidence to remain in control and deal with the situation. Your prompt response could make the difference to saving the aircraft, passengers and crew. Your Course does in Practical training in firefighting at the fire station in a live rig
Aviation First Aid (AVMED)
First aid is the assistance given to any person suffering a sudden illness or injury with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, or to promote recovery.
It includes initial intervention in a serious condition prior to professional medical help being available, such as performing CPR while awaiting an ambulance, as well as treatment of minor conditions, such as applying a plaster to a cut.
Medical incidents on board are on the increase with people living longer and the ease of being able to fly. It is therefore important that the assistance you provide on board is appropriate and safe and your training procedures are followed. The training allows you to put theory into practice, giving you the confidence to deal with any medical situation that may arise on board or in your daily life.
Introductory Crew Resource Management-CRM
CRM is short for Crew Resource Management. CRM is used by flight and cabin crew (and others in a safety critical role within aviation) to enhance the safety of every flight. It promotes the use of non-technical skills, like teamwork and decision making to ensure sound situational awareness and problem solving.
CRM is all about communication and how we operate as a team. It recognises that poor communication can have a devastating effect in an emergency situation. CRM focuses on reducing human error through open communication and discussion
Crew Resource Management (CRM) is defined by the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority as:
“A management system which makes optimum use of all available resources (equipment, procedures and people) to promote safety and enhance the efficiency of flight operations”
You will be introduced to the concepts of human factors and CRM in this module.
Corporate Flight Training are a CAA approved Cabin Crew Training Organisation (CCTO 007) we deliver monthly Cabin Crew Attestation Courses from our Luton airport Training Centre.
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