Thousands of professionals from all over the world with backgrounds in aviation, marine, defence and emergency service industries graduate every year with a LifeFlight HUET accreditation.
Thousands of professionals with backgrounds in aviation, marine, defence and emergency service industries graduate every year with a LifeFlight HUET accreditation, both in Australia and internationally.
Participants will develop hands-on experience and confidence using the latest technology in submerged helicopter simulators, and learn essential post-accident water survival techniques including life jacket and life raft training.
The training focuses on both rotary (helicopter) and fixed wing (jet) aircraft and is specifically designed to heighten safety procedures, danger awareness and operational standards for flights over or near water. HUET has been shown to significantly increase post-accident underwater survival.
The locations of domestic courses include Brisbane, Melbourne, Cairns, Townsville and Mackay. Other locations are available on a quote basis.
This course is extremely beneficial for anyone who is involved in the aviation industry, particularly for those who will be flying over or near water. This course is necessary training for air crew, marine pilots, firefighters and aviation medical professionals. Graduates receive a Statement of Attainment for unit PMAWHS214 upon successful completion.
This course is necessary training for aircrew, marine pilots, fire industry, government personnel, media representatives, tourism operators, aviation medical professionals and any person whose job role requires them to fly over water in either a rotary wing or fixed wing aircraft.
This assessment will be conducted through observing skills in making a competent underwater escape from the aircraft simulator in a variety of escape situations. These escape situations will include 180-degree rollover, 180-degree rollover in blackout conditions and 180-degree rollover using a secondary exit.
Knowledge of the theoretical components of the course will be assessed through the use of a written questionnaire. Both assessments will be conducted at the end of each component of training. Notification of results will be given at the completion of the day’s training.
Refresher Course Option
The HUET Written Assessment will be provided prior to the commencement of the course. This will be marked by an assessor before organising attendance for the practical component of the course.
If the student is not successful in completing the knowledge component of the course, they will be advised to attend the full course. LifeFlight Training Academy recommend completing the theory training every second HUET enrolment to best utilise the skills and knowledge contained in this course.
The written assessment will be provided prior to the commencement of the course. This will be marked by an assessor before organising attendance for the practical component of the assessment. If the student is not successful in completing the knowledge component of the course they will be advised to attend the full course. The RPL component of this course can only be offered if you have attended a LifeFlight HUET theory component within the last two years. This policy is due to the currency issues created by the lack of being able to utilise the skills and knowledge contained in this course on a regular basis.
LifeFlight Training Academy RTO 2762