Flight attendant technical aspects training can be conducted at the customer's facilities, this 1-day instructor led course covers type specific emergency equipment, its location and operation.
With fully operational cabin doors, training can be completed in both normal and emergency modes in accordance with EU-OPS. The customer has the choice whether to deploy a slide or practice with a simulated force. The correct forces can be simulated on the doors both in normal and emergency modes to support the recent changes in EU-OPS.
Training slides available for evacuation training.
CAE is able to offer Fire & Smoke Training conforming to EU-OPS. This training encompasses technical presentation, practical rescue/evacuation drills (within the smoke simulator) and practical fire extinguisher training.
Classroom based scenarios incorporating demonstration equipment training.
Practical training can be conducted within the flight deck of the simulator to ensure that the students are aware and capable of carrying out the procedures. The flight deck ensures that the student is fully aware of seat operation and the limitations of working in a confined space.
Using local third party leisure facilities CAE is able to offer water survival training, this includes the actual donning and use of personal floatation equipment in water along with swimming and simulated rescue exercises.
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