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Safety and Emergency Procedure Training for Cockpit Crews

OUR COURSES FOR NEW AND EXPERIENCED PILOTS MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS OF EASA ORO.FC

For the most important aspect on board: Safety

SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURE TRAINING ACCORDING TO REGULATION (EU) NO. 965/2012 PART ORO.FC

The safety and emergency procedures vary from aircraft to aircraft and operator to operator, so it is necessary for pilots to complete specific Safety and Emergency Procedure Training for new airlines or new aircraft types.

Such courses are required by the Regulation (EU) No. 965/2012 and EASA Part ORO.FC.220 and ORO.FC.230 for both newly hired pilots as well as experienced pilots during their recurrent training. The course familiarizes participants with the specific features of the aircraft type, and the operators equipment and procedures to adopt during normal and emergency situations.

 

Operator Conversion Course according to Regulation (EU) No. 965/2012, ORO.FC.220

The Operator Conversion Course for cockpit crews meet all required training elements for pilots joining a new airline. Prior to start flying, pilot would need to accomplish an Operator Conversion Course to learn the safety and emergency equipment and procedures of the operator for the assigned aircraft type. Crew resource management (CRM), first aid, and dangerous goods are also part of the course according to ORO.FC.220 and are covered to the required depth.

Training Content

  • Aircraft systems and equipment
  • Firefighting
  • Survival training
  • Wet ditching drill
  • Operator specifics (safety and emergency procedures and equipment)
  • Aviation Security
  • First aid
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Crew resource management (CRM)
In a training hall, a rescue chute runs into a water basin

Recurrent Training according to Regulation (EU) No. 965/2012, ORO.FC.230

The annual recurrent training for cockpit crews according to ORO.FC.230 prepares the participants to deal with the safety and emergency equipment as well as the procedures of the operator for the respective aircraft type. As required by ORO.FC.230, further topics such as crew resource management (CRM), security, first aid, and dangerous goods are also included.

Training Content

  • Safety and emergency procedures
  • Security
  • First aid (if applicable)
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Crew resource management (CRM)
A Cabin Emergency Evacuation Trainer (CEET) for a Boeing 747 aircraft is standing in a training hall

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Operator Conversion Course Cockpit Airbus A350

The Operator Conversion Course for cockpit crews comprises all required training elements for pilots when they join a new airline.

Munich
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Operator Conversion Course Cockpit Airbus A380

The Operator Conversion Course for cockpit crews comprises all required training elements for pilots when they join a new airline.

Frankfurt
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Operator Conversion Course Cockpit Boeing 737

The Operator Conversion Course for cockpit crews comprises all required training elements for pilots when they join a new airline.

Frankfurt, Munich
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