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Applicants must:
  • Hold a valid AW139 Type Rating,
  • Hold a current Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating,
  • Hold a NVIS Rating (course can be tailored for NVFR), Low Level Rating and Winch Endorsement,
  • Justify of an English Language Proficiency (ICAO Level 4).
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AW139 HEMS Advanced Training

A theoretical knowledge and practical skill development training program designed for AW139 Type Rated Pilots and Operational Aircrewmen to enhance their skills, knowledge and behaviours required to operate the AW139 in an EMS contextualised setting.

A theoretical knowledge and practical skill development training program designed for AW139 Type Rated Pilots and Operational Aircrewmen to enhance their skills, knowledge and behaviours required to operate the AW139 in an EMS contextualised setting.
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AW139 HEMS Advanced Training

Training focuses on the technical skill areas of IFR, NVIS and dealing with the specific hazards encountered in Low Level environments, such as wires, reducing weather, unprepared landing site landing and winching operations. Additional non-technical skills covered include decision making, CRM, and Threat and Error Management. This course can be tailored to meet individual company training needs.

PREREQUISITES
Pilots:

Applicants must:

  • Hold a valid AW139 Type Rating,
  • Hold a current Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating,
  • Hold a NVIS Rating (course can be tailored for NVFR), Low Level Rating and Winch
    Endorsement,
  • Justify of an English Language Proficiency (ICAO Level 4).

Aircrewmen:

Applicants must demonstrate experience in AW139 EMS operations, including cockpit duties. Cert IV AVI40116 in Aviation (Aircrewmen) preferable.

COURSE CONTENT
4 days (1 day theory and 3 days practical FFS).
COURSE RECOGNITION
Individual company Proficiency Checks can be achieved with commercial agreement between the company and Toll Helicopters. CASA Proficiency Checks or Flight Reviews can be conducted upon request.

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