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ERGT Australia’s (RTO 2534) Utilise Emergency Breathing System for the Aviation Industry (AVI UEBS) course is to provide personnel with the skills and knowledge to utilise an EBS. This training is applicable across the Australian aviation industry in a variety of contexts including recreational and commercial operations.
Perth, Melbourne and Darwin LEARNING OUTCOMES
The expected learning outcomes for this Nationally Recognised Training unit are:
AVIF2015 Utilise emergency breathing system
- Prepare an EBS for use
- Operate an EBS
- Complete EBS post-operational procedures
TRAINING STANDARD PRE-REQUISITES There are no training standard pre-requisites for this course.
ERGT REQUIRED SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE
There are no prior skills and knowledge required for this course. ERGT RECOMMENDED SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE
In order for ERGT to deliver the training and assessment in the timeframe specified, it is desirable (but not mandatory) that trainees come to the course with knowledge and
experience in either helicopters or fixed wing aircraft. Trainees should be compliant with the operator’s CASA approved training and checking system. This includes the aircrew member’s emergency procedure proficiency training. Trainees should be familiar with their own company’s aircraft in particular the in-flight emergency procedures as
well as having completed the following company specific workplace training:
- Company Induction training
- Organisational hazard identification and hazard reporting
- Risk assessment processes
If trainees do not have the desired skills and knowledge listed above, ERGT recommends trainees familiarise themselves with the generic proficiencies and standards in accordance with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Schedule 2 Part 61 Manual of Standards Instrument 2014.
MEDICAL & HEALTH STANDARDS A current medical clearance completed by a medical practitioner is required. Please see the Medical Form link located at ergt.com.au for a list of accepted medical clearances. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION There is an increased risk of decompression sickness if for those who fly at altitude after breathing compressed air underwater. As per the Divers Alert Network (DAN) Revised Flying After Diving Guidelines for Recreational Diving – May 2002, a minimum pre-flight surface interval of 12 hours is recommended. Trainees should take this into consideration when arranging for travel after course completion and refer to their company’s Health and Safety department for further advice.
In alignment with industry expectations and to ensure ongoing competence and capability ERGT recommends skills maintenance be conducted every 2 years. AUTHORITY/REGULATOR
Nationally Recognised Training is regulated by the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), which is the national regulator for Australia’s vocational education and training sector.
This course is delivered through classroom presentations, activities and learner discussions, as well as practical components within a simulated workplace environment using specialised equipment. Learners will demonstrate their competence through written and practical assessment.
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