Redline Aviation has produced a cabin crew training course that meets the certified training requirements of EC300/185.
This annual Aircrew Security Refresher Training course eliminates the associated expense for airlines needing to have aircrew in classrooms, as the online training can be done remotely, at home and within a few hours without the need for travel, accommodation or downtime.
Aircrew refresher training is an integral part of your ongoing security programme. Refresher training is designed to review the following:
- Current Threat Assessment
- Recent incidents, and lessons to be learned
- New Government advice and Policies
- Company procedures, manual amendments, policies
- Update initial training teaching points, where appropriate
NB. We also include bespoke and operator specific training aspects so that you have a dedicated and robust training product which caters for all your security needs. The course is updates quarterly and has a validation period to ensure that any changes in Direction, Regulation or your own Operational Procedures are kept up to date, relevant and effective.
We can save airlines thousands on training costs through the use of smart CBT. Redlines’ accredited aircrew instructors have developed and produced, a CBT package which is fully compliant with the DfT mandatory training syllabus for aircrew.
The package, which is reviewed every three months, allows airline’s greater flexibility for scheduling crew training whilst maintaining a high standard of information that meets the regulatory and corporate requirements. The CBT training packages can be developed to match your organisations image and ethos.
Personalised CBT Products
Please contact us directly for individual quotes for CBT courses. We specifically tailor products to your operational requirements and professionally brand them using your company logo and photographs of your staff, aircraft, locations and equipment.
Some of our customers have used their own routes and recent incidents to highlight specific threats, risks and changes to security measures and procedures.
This approach formalises the feedback of security incidents and is an effective method of ensuring all operating crews are aware the risk to your operation and specific destinations, and the security measures that you have put in place to protect your staff, clients and assets.