FAR 135.331 - Crewmember Emergency TrainingCalifornia Location. In-Person Classes.
This training is required for all crewmembers on each aircraft type, model, and configuration, each crewmember, and each kind of operation conducted, as appropriate for each crewmember and the certificate holder. (FAR 135.331(a). Emergency training is subdivided into three (3) groups: 1). General Emergency Training, 2). Emergency Situation Training and 3). Emergency Drill Training. This training must be conducted every 12 months (FAR 135.295, 135.331, 135.349, 135.351). This training also includes the requirements of G550 Evacuation Crewmember Training (Document No. GVSP-GER-6111 and Supplement Number G550-OMS-1). Training meets all applicable regulations for emergency procedures training as required under CFR Parts 91, 125, 135, JAR OPS1, IS-BAO standards. Certificates of training are issued for one year.
- General Emergency Training - The training consists of instruction in the location, function, and operation of emergency equipment. Instruction in emergency assignments and procedures, including coordination among crewmembers, and the handling of emergency situations. Review of the certificate holder’s previous aircraft accidents and incidents involving actual emergency situations. Instruction for crewmembers who serve in operations above 25,000 feet.
- Emergency Situation Training (3-1166 (A)(2) - The training consists of instruction on the factors involved, as well as the procedures to be followed, when emergency situations occur. Examples include passenger evacuations, ditching, rapid decompressions (RD), aircraft fires, and persons needing first aid.
- Emergency Drill - This training provides instruction and practice in the actual use of certain items of emergency equipment. Each crewmember must perform emergency drills, using the proper equipment and procedures, unless the Administrator finds that, for a particular drill, the crewmember can be adequately trained by demonstration.
CAPS’ training also includes the requirements of G550 Evacuation Crewmember Training (Document No. GVSP-GER-6111 and Supplement Number G550-OMS-1).
- The course begins at 7:30 am and finishes around 4:30 pm.
- A light breakfast is available for all attendees. A full catered lunch will also be provided.
- Soft drinks and snacks for all participants.
- Dress comfortably for the classroom session and CAPS’ labs.
- Please bring long pants (preferred) or a swimming suit for the pool. Changing rooms are provided. Bring sandals or water shoes for walking on the deck, and a bag for your wet clothes.
- Your paperwork will be sent to you or the company that pays for the training.
The cost for this training course is $825.
COVID-19 & Cancellation Policy
- Students who are experiencing the following symptoms will not be permitted to take the course (Fever, chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, fatigue, sneezing, etc. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/downloads/COVID19-symptoms.pdf).
- Due to current regulations, students will not be required to wear masks however they are strongly encouraged.
- If students need any reasonable accommodations, it is their responsibility to inform CAPS Aviation seven (7) business days prior to the course.