Cabin Safety Training – Preliminary
3 Day Preliminary Training
Proven methods like cabin safety, emergency procedures training and improvement standards like IS-BAO (International Standards for Business Aircraft Operations, NBAA’s (National Business Aviation Association) Best Practices and EBAA’s (European Business Aviation Association) WE-CARE programs are helping to foster a uniform code of best safety practices in the business aviation industry. We know from experience that air safety relies on the personal commitment of every member of the aviation community. Safety is a mindset – a culture that must be intentionally and continually reinforced.
This is why trainDAVINCI has created this intensive training program specifically designed for those individuals seeking new careers in business aviation as cabin crewmembers or require the complete preliminary course as current pilots or cabin crew. With a commitment to safety unsurpassed in the aviation industry, we help our students understand how to manage risks, unusual situations and strengthen their safety culture and improve their clients or employers safety management systems.
Combined with required online pre-training via Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University and conducted at the trainDAVINCI training center and is a combination of classroom lecture and presentations, videos and hands-on interactive scenarios/proficiency drills conducted in a realistic business jet cabin trainer.
Training Includes proficiency and emergency evacuation drills conducted in a realistic business jet cabin trainer, deep water survival training in pool (life rafts and life vests), hands-on aircraft exit operation, emergency equipment preflight and usage, and live fire fighting with trainDAVINCI training equipment.
All students receive a cabin safety manual, certificated of completion and training record upon successfully completing the training program and exam.
Available separately, or bundled with our 8-day package
- Introduction to business aviation
- Federal Regulations and International Agencies
- CRM – Crew Resource Management and Human Factors
- Communication and Briefings
- Emergency Equipment
- Business Aviation Accidents Review
- Inflight Fire, Smoke and Fumes
- Decompression and High Altitude Physiology
- Cabin Safety and Emergency Evacuations
- Search and Rescue
- Fatigue Management
- General First Aid, CPR and AED
- Business Aviation and Personal Travel Safety and Security
- Surface Contamination
- Hazardous Materials and Dangerous Goods