Aircraft maintenance

Im Zuge der Neuordnung aller Trainingsaktivitäten im Lufthansa Konzern und der Gründung der Lufthansa Aviation Training, wird Swiss Aviation Training ihre Ausbildungsaktivitäten unter Part 147 sowie technischem Training allgemein zum 01.01.2017 einstellen.

Ab diesem Zeitpunkt werden alle Aus- und Weiterbildungsangebote im Bereich Maintenance Training (Technisches Training) von Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) erbracht.

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Emergency management

Emergency management

Enormous demands challenge aviation companies in the aftermath of an accident or in an emergency situation. The ability to respond efficiently empathetically and professionally might well be the key to an airline’s survival in such situation and is of fundamental importance for the organizations involved.

Swiss AviationTraining provides custom-tailored solutions, know-how, advice, guidance, training and exercises for planning an accident response and/or managing an emergency situation most efficiently. Rather than provide organizations with theoretical or academic advice, our goal is to support and guide them hands-on. By being part of a global airline with established links to worldwide emergency management experts, we understand needs and requirements, have insider information and “speak your language”.

Self-assessment

  • Would process support and coaching improve our preparedness level?
  • Would training for specific target groups enhance their know-how and self-assurance?
  • Would impartially prepared and coached exercises give us new impulses?
  • Does a temporary lack of resources or know-how not allow us to dwell on the subject?
  • Would a neutral review of our emergency response plans possibly trigger momentum?
  • Would guidance regarding industry standards and legal and ethical obligations help us?

Please contact us if one or several questions concern you or if you would like further information on consultancy services, training modules and locations, course lengths and language, exercises, dates and / or fees.

Module

An organization should have the ability to respond swiftly and efficiently to an emergency. The key drivers in such situations are a high-level of staff leadership, specialist personnel and service-level provisions, along with the specific facilities and resources to maintain a 14-day continuous emergency response and subsequent activation of a Post Emergency Response Organization to handle the medium and long-term issues.

An organization should master the numerous challenges of an emergency in order to assist directly and indirectly affected persons, their families, relatives and friends over a period of weeks and months. A team of dedicated, skilled, empowered and regularly trained volunteers shall comply with their needs, requirements and wishes.

An organization should communicate professionally, accurately and timely by giving information to families, stakeholders, the community and the news media. Only senior executives and trained crisis communication spokespersons shall be assigned public appearance duties and the task of conveying statements related to crisis management and the company response.

Stations and Branch Offices must be able to deal with an emergency or a crisis from the moment of notification in a responsible, professional and efficient way, solving a multitude of simultaneous problems under great pressure. Crisis Management leadership competencies, teamwork and delegation abilities, procedural know-how and priority setting are key success factors.

Organizations should have elaborate crisis management processes and plans in place for the many facets of emergency response requirements. Without testing, weaknesses may not be detected and crisis management teams will not have an opportunity to become assured and confident in executing their plans. They are therefore strongly advised to test plans and procedures regularly and repeatedly by means of exercises under realistic conditions, thus contributing to a learning-oriented organization.

Disasters and crisis affecting aviation companies require professional response by trained and empowered resources at call in facilities equipped with essential and adequate infrastructure. Our Compact Courses will focus on key issues of Emergency & Crisis Management / Emergency Response and serve as platform for assessing and developing your preparedness level in an interactive and international application-oriented learning environment.