BMAA Courses: All new courses for Pilots! United Kingdom

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All new courses for Pilots!

The British Microlight Aircraft Association has set out to produce a series of bespoke pilot courses designed to benefit the membership and wider aviation community.

Why not check out the brand new website using the link below and remember there are discounted rates for BMAA members:

BMAACOURSES.CO.UK

Courses taking place in October 2017 - this weekend!

AVIATION FIRST AID

As well as gaining a recognised qualification in First Aid, valid for 3 years, this practical course is especially tailored to operations of aircraft and working on airfields.

You will learn about the following topics, including participating in practical elements:

- Situation assessment.
- Resuscitation Adult CPR.
- Response levels & observation charts.
- Airway management, including restrictions.
- Use of the AED (Automatic External Defibrillator).
- Dressing of wounds.
- Tourniquets.
- Haemostatic bandages and powders (for dealing with bleeds).
- Anaphylactic shock.
- Epilepsy & heart attack.
- Minor burns and scalds.

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AVIATION FIRE TRAINING
15th October 2017

As well as gaining a recognised qualification in Fire Training, valid for 3 years, this practical course is especially tailored to operations of aircraft and working on airfields.

You will learn about the following topics, including participating in practical elements:

- How to take a proactive approach to fire safety.
- Understanding the classes and categories of fire.
- Understand what actions to take on discovering a fire and raising the alarm.
- Fire signage meanings and requirements.
- What escape routes are available and how to evacuate a building effectively.
- The types and correct use of all current extinguisher and understanding the limitations and safe use of extinguishers.
- The use of Marshals and Wardens at private and public events.

The course concludes with practical exercises of ‘hot’ training, which involves tackling a Class A fire (solids) and Class B fire (liquids) such as fuel or oil using appropriate extinguishers.

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Aviation through and through

Delivered with flying in mind by giving specific examples and scenarios. We have taken topics and applied them to the aviation environment. The course will consider places such as aircraft hangars/workshops (used for inspections, storage and maintenance) as well as general airfield operations for clubs and flying schools, generally covering all aspects of airfield life and the types of issues that can occur.

Get in touch

If you have any questions or would like to talk to someone about these courses please feel free to get in touch:

T: 01869 338888

E: robert@bmaa.org

BMAACOURSES.CO.UK

Contact the advertiser Contact Details robert@bmaa.org

Website:-

www.bmaacourses.co.uk
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