- Team Building
Most businesses function as a crew with goals, objectives, teams and roles and responsibilities. When stress levels rise, however, so do difficulties. In aviation, there is no room for error so airline training procedures are among the best in the world.
Whether your team needs practice functioning better as a group or you simply want to treat the team to an adrenaline-filled day out, an afternoon or morning with us is the way to go!
But it’s not all fun and games, we will put your team into a difficult situation in order to ensure that they work well under pressure and can communicate when the going gets tough. We can also build in material specifically related to your industry to make the day out more applicable.
We’ve used CRM (Crew Resource Management) as the base of an exciting training program where employees are trained on the ground and then have to work together on board the simulator to effectively carry out their specific duties. Not only does learning new things as a group inspire people to come together, so does solving challenging problems together and coming away successfully after encountering a stressful situation. The way that employees assess difficulty in the simulator will help them critically assess and solve challenges when they return to work.
Snacks & Beverages are provided at all times in the briefing room.
The program consists of a theoretical and practical part. The theoretical part is held in the briefing room with a full group. Practical exercises are carried out with groups of three people in simulators with instructors. Several critical situations that require communication and cooperation of students take place in a tense emotional environment without the right to make mistakes. Students are given the task of making informed decisions and avoiding disaster.
Practice exercise example. During the flight, the crew consisting of the students accompanied by an instructor, get cabin depressurization alarm and the have to descend up to 10,000 ft. During rapid descend the flight attendant reports on the medical emergency on board with the maximum 15 minutes ambulance required. The nearest airport is going to be closed in 10 minutes due to weather conditions. The approach take at least 12 minutes. Alternate aerodrome is quite far to reach and has serious risk to the passenger. The only one airfield is quite close on the way but no ATC is available. The crew has to make right decision and make a safe landing.