Training


Bournemouth Airport’s Fire and Rescue Service is a recognised expert in a diverse array of professional training services for the aviation industry, offering structured courses throughout the year.

The department’s offering of current courses includes:

First aid training
Initial first aid at work course 3 Day P.O.A
First aid at work revalidation  2 Day P.O.A
Appointed person course 1 Day P.O.A
Emergency First Aid at work 1 Day P.O.A
AED course Day P.O.A

 

Flight deck & cabin crew training
EU (Pre-EU training) 3hr P.O.A
EU Flight deck & cabin crew course     Day  P.O.A
EU Flight deck & cabin crew first aid Day  P.O.A

 

Fire safety training
Gas fire safety at work course Day P.O.A
Fire safety at work course Day P.O.A
Fire Marshall training course 1 Day P.O.A
Fuel tanker fire safety at work Day P.O.A
Emergency spillage control Day P.O.A
First response & boundary cooling 1 Day P.O.A
Advanced fire safety at work course 1 Day P.O.A

(Fire Safety courses can be adapted to serve the needs of the customer)

Confined space training
Safe entry & emergency procedures 2 Day P.O.A
Refresher course 2 Day P.O.A

 

Airside training
Airside driving apron & service roads Day P.O.A
Airside driving manoeuvring areas Day P.O.A
UHF radio communications course Day P.O.A

 

All courses are carried out by qualified instructors & in accordance with National Legislative & Regulatory requirements. Prices include any books, publications, tea, coffee, car parking & certification.

Courses commence at 09:00. and 14:00, with 1 hours for lunch at 13:00. We request candidates’ report to the Information Desk in the Airport Terminal hr prior to commencement. Candidates without airport passes must provide a current Passport, Driving License (with photograph)

For more information, please contact:

Contact:

Paul Whitton
Tel: + 44 (0) 1202 364147
Fax: + 44 (0) 1202 364149
Email: paul.whitton@bournemouthairport.com

 

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