Here are some safety tips for when you're on board a helicopter working as Mission Crew
Here's 'Red Team' doing their airborne assessment for MC training.
Tailored aviation training for personnel who perform roles on board aircraft but who are not trained as aircrew such as Air Observers, Air Attack Supervisors, Wildlife Surveyors, RSPCA, DPI, and other such roles.
IPAS uses a combination of Crew Resource Management/Human Factors theory and over two decades of military and civilian aviation experience to deliver a tailored theory/practical course where the client’s internal processes are used.
Approved helicopter providers are engaged to supply aircraft to assist with the airborne component of the course.
Training includes those requirements to qualify* in the following Units of Competency:
PUAFIR209 - Work Safely Around Aircraft
AVIF0035 - Manage Human Factors in Aviation Operations
AVIF0040 - Employ Fatigue Risk Management Practices in the Aviation Workplace
*Individuals then collect their evidence from the course and contact IPAS' training partner RHO Aviation Training Services and can apply for RPL.