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Mandatory Training

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Mandatory Training

All of our EU Ops mandatory training courses are created in line with the most up-to-date legislative requirements.

We work closely with the authorities to ensure full compliance with all regulations and use only FOCA and LBA approved trainers. Courses are adapted to cover the client company's individual goals.

PrivatTraining provides initial, refresher and recurrent training in the following areas of operation:

Safety training, covering:
  • Standard operation procedures
  • Emergency procedures including pilot incapacitation
  • Use of emergency equipment
  • Fire fighting procedures and equipment
  • Practical fire fighting training
  • Decompression and post-decompression duties
  • In-flight turbulence
  • Evacuation drills and crowd control
  • Door training in normal and emergency operating procedures
  • Emergency commands
  • Dry and wet drill
First aid / medical training, covering:
  • The physiological effects of flying
  • Basic life-saving skills
  • CPR and use of defibrillator
  • First aid kits and the use of medication therein
  • Emergency equipment onboard
  • Common medical conditions and how to deal with them
  • Injuries and how to deal with them
  • Crew health issues
  • Medlink
Dangerous goods training, covering:
  • The need for dangerous goods awareness
  • Legal basics
  • Layers of defence
  • Hidden dangerous goods
  • Aircraft equipment
  • Dangerous goods in passenger baggage
  • Articles allowed in passenger custody
  • Prohibited articles
  • Classification of dangerous goods
  • Marking and labelling
  • Lithium batteries and the use of fire blankets
  • The dangerous goods kit
  • Dangerous goods emergency response
Security, covering:
  • Legal provisions
  • Prohibited articles
  • General threat situation
  • The particular threats to aviation
  • Layers of defence
  • Country specifics
  • The need for aircraft protection and check/search
  • Catering and cleaning
  • Passenger, baggage and cargo controls
  • The security checkpoint
CRM (Crew Resource Management) training, covering:
  • Human factors in aviation, general instructions on CRM principles and objectives
  • Human performance and limitations
  • Stress management
  • Fatigue and vigilance
  • Assertiveness
  • Situation awareness, information and acquisition processing
  • Error detection and prevention
  • Workload management
  • Effective communication and coordination between all crew members and flight crew
  • Cultural differences
  • Leadership, cooperation synergy, decision making and delegation
  • Individual and team responsibilities
  • Identification and management of the passengers - human factors: crowd control, passenger stress, conflict management and medical factors
  • Specifics related to aircraft type: flight crew and cabin crew composition and number of passengers
  • Company safety culture
  • Participation in cabin safety incident and accident reporting