Aircrew survival

Aviation / Aircrew survival Level 1

Intended audience:

Aircrew and frequent flyers of the north. IE Nurses, Teachers, Police, Hydro, Aircraft technicians, C.A.S.A.R.A, Communications technicians, Sheriff, Public prosecutor, etc.

Overview:

This course is two days of informative learning with group discussions. All of the training is scenario based. Whether fixed wing or rotary wing, single engine or multi engine, our information and training is applicable. This course is also about leadership under less than ideal circumstances.

Our instructors possess knowledge with experience. Our background is in military aviation and Search and Rescue, (See instructor biographies).

 

Main teaching points include (but not limited to):

  • Preparation checklist (survival go bag)
  • Post-forced landing/crash
  • Situational Awareness
  • Assessment and Actions
  • Gathering resources (people and supplies)
  • Emergency team building: (Who’s running the show?)
  • Survival pattern
  • Search & Rescue resources

 

Duration:

2 Days

Day One:  8 hours of instruction and practical demonstrations
Day Two: 8 hours of outdoor instruction and participation

Cost:  $300.00 (plus applicable taxes)
Group rates available.

Prerequisites:

  • Proper equipment and environmental clothing as per Kitlist
  • Open mind

**Minimum attendance 8 - Maximum16

 

Email ICSOS for more information.

 

 

What you can expect from us

 

Tracking

 

"Each of our staff members possesses a minimum of 20 years serving Canada, in various positions as members of the Canadian Forces. These professionals have unique skills in the outdoors and a desire to pass on their knowledge to you".

 

Who needs this training and why ?

 

Snowshoes

 

"Our programs are designed for individuals who work, play, and commute thru or over the Canadian wilderness".