RESTRICTED RADIO OPERATOR
The Restricted Radio Operators Certificate will be held on Thursday April 11, 2019 at the Manitoba Aviation Conference. This course is ideal for those who work at airports and who maneuver aircraft/vehicles on aprons, taxiways etc. The course consists of an overview of airport procedures with Jim Bell. The participants will write their exam with an instructor from Winnipeg Aviation and leave with their RROC. Participants must register online for the day and email the Manitoba Aviation Council at firstname.lastname@example.org…. To ensure available space.
DASH 8 TRAINING
The Dash 8 will be held on Thursday April 11, 2019 at the Manitoba Aviation Conference. We will be discussing common concern areas on Dash 8s. Participants must register online for the day by clicking this link to register for the Manitoba Aviation Council Conference.
HUMAN FACTORS TRAINING
Bill Grassick is doing Human Factors training at Taiga in Winnipeg from November 12-13, 2018. Initial Course is both days, Recurrent training is the second day only.
Airport Training Bulletin
3-day EMT Course at Winnipeg Airport June 18-20, 2018.
The Loomex Group is pleased to announce IAAE Canada has joined forces with The Loomex Group to offer Emergency Management Classroom Training in Winnipeg in June.
Emergency Management Classroom Training
Date: June 18, 19 & 20, 2018 Location: Winnipeg Airport
This three-day Emergency Management training will focus on14 main areas.
The areas include: Simulator Exercise - situational awareness, Regulatory Requirements, Airside Management, Emergency Management 101, Incident Management Systems/Incident Command, Scene Management, Strategies & Tactics, Accident Investigation, Emergency Operations Centre Purpose & Layout, Emergency Response Plan Case Studies, Crisis Communications, Scribe/Documentation, Paper Exercise, Live Exercises with the Jet Simulator.
Outcomes: Participants will understand how to respond to an airside emergency, site safety, Incident Command System, Incident Management System, Unified Command System, role of the on-scene controller, hazard isolation, role of the airline versus the airport, human factors, public information & communication, fuel spills, fire management, fuel fires vs. structural fires, crash charts, witness statements, documentation management, setting up an Emergency Operations Centre / role & responsibilities, ensuring Emergency Response Plans meet Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs), preparing for an interview, key messaging, social media, effective note taking during a crisis, recreating the chain of events, 3 live exercises with the Jet Simulator and hot wash debrief after each exercise.
Price to attend: $900 + HST
For registration details go to: www.iaaecanada.org/article/emt-2018-22593.asp
For more information, please contact:
The Loomex Group ● T: 705.775.5022 ● E: email@example.com
Quality Assurance Auditing Apr 30-May 1 Calgary, AB : covers the basics of implementing a Quality Assurance Program
Basic Airport Safety Operations Jun 18-20 Medicine Hat, AB : covers airside operations, safety procedures & responsibilities necessary to protect the general public
Emergency Management Training Jun 18-20 Winnipeg, MB : how to develop an EMT, how to define the roles and responsibilities & includes a live simulator exercize
Simulator Rentals: rent a forty-four foot Jetstar fuselage’s interior and create your own exercise
One-Day Emergency Table Top Exercise: custom-tailored exercise to help airport personnel understand their role in the case of an emergency.
Need more information or want to register? Just give me a call at 905-297-2236 or send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org