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Aviation Survival & Wet Drills

Aviation Survival & Wet Drills

This is a combined course to meet the EASA requirements for survival training.

The Aviation Survival course ensures that students have the training they need to prepare themselves for any survival scenario. The course covers both practical and theoretical training elements: the basics of survival in Water, Deserts, Jungle or Polar Conditions. The Wet Drills course covers all the skills required to ensure adequate preparation for ditching in water. It includes a stimulating practical session, where students are given simulated real life situations that may be encountered in an emergency.

Course Duration: 1/2 Day
Schedule: Tuesdays, 7.20 - 12.00

Aviation Survival

Basic survival :

  • Principles of Survival in a hostile environment Protection
  • Ground to Air Signals
  • Principles of Survival in a hostile environment Protection
  • Search and Rescue
  • Ground to Air Signals
  • Water
  • Food
  • Fire craft

 

 Environmental survival:

  • Polar Survival
  • Desert Survival
  • Jungle Survival
  • Polar Survival

Wet Drills

 

  • Use of a generic life raft and practice in water
  • Actual donning and use of personal flotation equipment in water
  • Survival techniques in the water
  • Dealing with unconscious and panicking passengers
  • Contents of a generic survival pack
  • Sea survival
  • Water Survival training – the donning and use of personal flotation equipment, use of rafts as well as actual practice in water