Safety & Emergency Procedures Trainers Course
Keeping up with current best practices is critical to ensuring the safety and efficiency of your airline or aviation operation; that is why Global Air Training's Safety and Emergency Procedures Training course is designed to provide you with the skills and materials you need to deliver effective, best practice SEP courses for cabin and flight deck crew.
Our 5-day course covers the theory and practice of generic safety and emergency procedures for flight deck and cabin crew, examining real-world examples and case studies of related aviation incidents and accidents. Whether you are new to Safety and Emergency Procedures training or a seasoned instructor, our course is suitable for all types of aviation operations and meets the standard generic SEP training requirements of EASA, CAA, and FAA.
Our training is designed to develop the knowledge and skills required to deliver effective, practical SEP training that addresses the specific nature of your company's operations and procedures. You will learn about emergency situations and how to effectively communicate, manage and mitigate them.
At Global Air Training, we understand that safety is a top priority for our clients, which is why our training is designed to meet regulatory requirements and standards, including ISO9001 quality management certification.
Contact us today to learn more about how our training can help you meet your goals and improve the safety and efficiency of your aviation operation.
- Pre and post course access to GAT Learning Management System (LMS) resources
- ISO9001 certified
- SEP Trainer's Manual
- PowerPoint presentations
- Investigation reports and studies
- Copyright permission for use of course materials within your organisation
- Certification on completion of course
Safety and Emergency Trainer Course - Sample Program
- Course introduction
- Instruction and facilitation techniques
- The role of the Authority
- EASA requirements
- New entrant SEP course and recurrent SEP course
- Delegate presentations - safety equipment
- Pilot incapacitation
- Planned emergency preparation and evacuation
- Unplanned emergency preparation and evacuation
- Evacuation case study
- In-flight fire and smoke
- Firefighting techniques
- Case based study
- Sea survival
- Wet drills
- Survival in different climatic regions
- Survival - illnesses and injuries
- Search and rescue
- Prepare final assessment presentations
- Delegate final assessment presentations
- General synopsis