This comprehensive Disabled Aircraft Recovery Course, designed to meet the specific needs of the client, will be conducted at the Fraport AG Fire Training Center® (“FTC”) facilities in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. The training consists of academic classroom instruction, enhanced by practical hands on training. The course curriculum will be developed based on the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARP's) published by the International Civil Aviation Organization in the Airport Services Manual Part 5, "Removal of Disabled Aircraft", and Annex 14, "Aerodromes", as well as internationally-recognized standards developed and published by the International Aviation Transport Association and the Association of German Airports.
What will participants learn?
The concept of this training plan provides a programme that ensures continued knowledge and skill building in the principles of aircraft recovery. The course begins with initial team training in the basic fundamentals of aircraft recovery, and is followed by extensive hands on practical training. Academic classroom sessions and extensive practical skill training provide the course participants with the right balance of instruction to ensure that each participant is able to meet the learning objectives of this training programme.
The goal of the course is to provide the participants with the information and knowledge required to effectively manage emergency and non emergency airport fire, rescue and emergency services operations. On completion of the training, the participants will be able to identify the key components of an effective airport fire, rescue and emergency management programme, identify planning requirements, and implement solid emergency management programmes at their airport(s).
Who should attend?
This course is beneficial to airport employees from fire rescue services and airline mechanics.
Course participants must:
- possess basic technical skills and be physically capable of performing strenuous work during the performance of the practical training
- be proficient in English, German or Slovenian.