Aviation Sea Survival, Firefighting and Self Rescue Training for Cabin Crew

Cabin Crew survival

We have developed two courses at the request and under the guidance of the awarding authority/UK Aviation industry for students of colleges offering the Level 2 Certificate - Cabin Crew.  

Employability advantage

These courses can provide your students with a key employability advantage in the job market over other students who have not undergone this practical training.

Aviation Sea Survival

This course allows cabin crew trainees to experience first-hand the emergency aircrew procedures in the event of a commercial aircraft ditching at sea. Using our 4m deep environmental training tank, we can replicate the sea and weather conditions which may be encountered in a real-life situation.

Duration/location

3 hours at Fleetwood Offshore Survival Centre.

Course fee

£2750 per group of up to 30 delegates (price applicable until 31/07/2024).  Prices are as shown and not subject to VAT.

Availability

On request.

Certification

The certificate is awarded by Blackpool and the Fylde College and has no expiry date. 

Entry Requirements

Decided by the sponsoring college.

Medical Declaration 

Parts of the course are of a physical nature.  Delegates will be required to complete a medical declaration stating that they are fit to undertake practical training when they attend the course. This will be sent with joining instructions and delegates are requested to read this carefully so they are fully aware of the physical requirements. 

Course details

This course has been designed to enable a part of airline emergency aircrew procedures in the event of a commercial aircraft ditching at sea. This includes lifejacket, life raft and sea-survival familiarisation.

Practical learning outcomes

  • Life rafts and equipment
  • Lifejackets
  • Emergency actions in the aircraft
  • Sea-survival actions in-water – individual and group
  • Climbing into a life raft from the water

Aviation Firefighting and Self-Rescue for Cabin Crew

This course allows cabin crew trainees to experience first-hand the emergency firefighting and self-rescue that would be required in a real-life situation. At our dedicated fire training centre, we can replicate conditions which may be encountered, using real fires of all classes including kerosene and all extinguisher types* and using our training smoke galleries and escape sets for the self-rescue element.

*Note: it is not permitted to train with halon 365 aviation extinguishers due to the high CFC content, but CO2 are operated in the same way for the same types of fire.

Duration/location

3 hours at Fleetwood Fire Training Centre.

Course fee

£2250 per group of up to 30 delegates (price applicable until 31/07/2023).

Availability

On request.

Certification

The certificate is awarded by Blackpool and the Fylde College and has no expiry date. 

Entry Requirements

Decided by the sponsoring college.

Medical Declaration 

Parts of the course are of a physical nature.  Delegates will be required to complete a medical declaration stating that they are fit to undertake practical training when they attend the course. This will be sent with joining instructions and delegates are requested to read this carefully so they are fully aware of the physical requirements. 

Course details

This course has been designed for airline emergency aircrew procedures in the event of a fire onboard the aircraft and self-rescue being necessary. 

Practical learning outcomes

  • Firefighting using all extinguisher types (see note above)
  • Use of smoke hoods
  • Self-rescue

Bundles – discount available

If you would like your students to attend the sea survival and firefighting/self-rescue courses, these can both be completed in one day and we can offer a 5% discount on each course if bought together and completed on the same day. 

Find out more

We'd be happy to welcome you to look around our facilities and chat to our industry experts.  Give us a call to arrange a visit.

For sea survival and bundles, contact Gavin Burke, Operations Manager on  01253 504721 or email gavin.burke@blackpool.ac.uk 

For firefighting and self-rescue, contact Gary Oliver, Fire Training Centre Manager on 01253 504726  or email gary.oliver@blackpool.ac.uk

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