If you are wishing to share your knowledge and experience with others, than becoming a Ground Instructor for Cabin Crew training might be an interesting career path for you. Here are the following options of Instructor training:
A special course for instructors to learn about teaching and learning techniques, approach to students, development of personal training style and more. This course is a core course for all the instructors who are involved in ground training of crews.
This course is created to train cabin crew instructor for the specific aircraft type, its systems, safety and service equipment and its use, as well as type related standard operating procedures and standard emergency procedures.
- Aircraft type
- Airbus: A320, A330, A340;
- Boeing: B737, B747-400, B757/767, B777, B787;
- Embraer: ERJ135/145, ERJ 170/195;
- Fokker: F 28, F50, F70/F100.
- Bombardier: CL65 (CRJ series);
- ATR 42/72;
- SAAB: S340, S2000;
- AVRO RJ/BAe 146 series
The course develops knowledge and skills to enable the delegate to design and deliver effective CRM training that addresses the unique nature of your company’s operations and requirements. The training uses classroom facilitation and practical exercises including group discussions and accident reviews to analyse the influence of human factors in the aviation environment operating procedures.
Safety and Emergency Procedures Instructor (SEPI) training is designed for people who are involved in the delivery of Safety & Emergency Procedure (SEP) training for pilots, cabin crew as well as other aviation operators.
The 4-day SEPI training course covers theoretical aspects of modern SEP training with relevant references to, and examination of aviation incidents and accidents. The course also includes elements of instructional techniques and assessment, as well as provides students with essential skills needed to deliver structured training sessions, specific to the needs of their operation and crew.
The course content:
- Instructional techniques
- Use of training equipment and aids
- The role of the Authority, rules and regulations
- Emergency preparations
- Safety equipment
- Decompression & Hypoxia
- Pilot incapacitation
- Chemistry and classes of fire
- Evacuation: land and sea
- Survival – Principles & priorities