Our South Coast Centre has started taking bookings from Colleges and Schools teaching a range of Uniformed Public Services programmes.
Utilising our Boeing B737 Trainer aircraft we have put together a range of exciting options for students interested in joining the very varied ranks of Uniformed Public Services to give a practical hands-on experience.
The options currently include:-
1. Classroom preparation – at these sessions we would cover all the H&S and other “house-keeping” requirements and then ask the group (depending on size) to split up to form a range of groups for planning, coordinating and implementing the two CORE activities for the practical sessions – this would include:-
a. Forming teams and leaders
b. Allocating key roles and responsibilities
c. Preparation for the two practical activities of:-
i. Hi-Jack Aircraft
ii. Crash Landing
PowerPoint images of each part of the two emergencies will also be used to demonstrate the key roles and what will be involved to help develop student’s awareness of the procedures
2. Hi-jack – on the aircraft this will include preparation (in the above classroom activities) to include roles for students as follows:-
a. Crew roles i.e. Flight Deck and Cabin Crew
3. Crash Landing – once again on the aircraft this will include preparation (in the above classroom activities) to include roles for students as follows:-
Scenarios including (we will use a range of Sound Effects/Lighting/Smoking of cabin etc., to add realism):-
i. Aircraft Emergency
ii. Aircraft Crash landing
iii. Medical Emergencies
In all of this it will include student roles for:-
a. Able Bodied Passengers – who will later evacuate via an overwing exit and rear emergency exit slide – under our direction
b. Casualties (passengers and crew) – students will have certain injuries to have attended to by other students
c. Cabin Crew – students playing these roles will have a range of duties including Passenger Address commands and instructions as well as physical scenarios to play
d. Flight Deck – similar to above
e. Emergency Services i.e. paramedics/fire – students will be able to role play a range of treatments for those injured passengers (this can be either known or unknown injuries [the latter to add realism to diagnosing injuries/treatment] – if required we can ADD professionals in these scenarios at a cost to cover the work involved
This is in essence the key parts of the sessions of emergency scenarios we can provide to meet a group’s learning needs for Uniformed Public Services students there are variations available required to consider other aspects as well.
Within the costings are a Completion Certificate, for each student, detailing the tasks which have been completed + a unique “Boeing B737 Aviation Experience” lapel badge for each student + up to 150 digital images of students completing their various tasks which we will burn to a CD and send on after the sessions at our Centre.