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Sea Survival METS/HUET inclusive
 
Overview
Sea Survival METS/HUET is an eight-hour course that meets international standards for Helicopter Underwater Egress Training (HUET) and exceeds API RP T-7. Under the instruction of our professional staff, participants  receive state-of-the-art training in a controlled environment by utilizing the METS (Modular Egress Training Simulator). Sea Survival with METS can be customized to meet company needs and simulate specific types of aircraft.

Course Length: 8hrs | Course Required By: Employer

Course Price: $221

Course Objectives
Upon completion of Sea Survival with METS training, the student will be familiar with:

Lecture:
  • Environmental Philosophy
    • Effects of Cold Water Immersion
    • Cold Water Shock
    • Hypothermia/Hyperthermia
  • Abandonment Systems
    • TEMPSC
    • Marine Raft
    • Life Float
    • Water Entry
  • Water Survival Options
    • Personal Flotation Device
    • Clothing Flotation
    • Treading Water
    • Survival Swimming
    • Help/Huddle
  • Location Aids
    • Visual and Audio Aids
    • Radio Communications
    • EPIRB
    • GMDSS
    • SARTS
  • Helicopter Safety, Emergencies and Evacuation
    • Pre-Flight Familiarization
    • Safety Equipment
    • Helicopter Emergencies
    • Helicopter Underwater Escape
    • Brace for Impact
    • Operation of Helicopter Exits
  • Helicopter Safety, Emergencies and Evacuation
    • Surviving With FAA-approved Equipment
    • Donning Inflatable Lifejacket
    • Lifejacket Inflation Procedures
    • Aviation Life Raft: Righting, Boarding, Features, and Supplies
Practical Training:
  • Survival Swimming
  • Clothing Flotation
  • Swimming through Hazardous Environment
  • Five-minute Float
  • Type I Familiarization
    • 4-step entry
    • Characteristics/Donning Procedures
    • Help/Huddle
    • Towing Injured/Non-swimmer
    • Survival Formations
  • Helicopter underwater escape
    • Brace for Impact
    • Operation of Helicopter Exits
  • Procedures
    • Surface Abandonment and Life Raft Procedures
    • Partial Submersion without Exits
    • Partial Submersion with Representative Exits
    • Full Inversion without Exits
    • Full Inversion with Exit at a Different Location
    • Full inversion with Exit Following Another Person
  • Surviving With FAA-approved Equipment
    • Donning Inflatable lifejacket
    • Lifejacket Inflation Methods
    • Survival Procedures and Formations-HELP/Huddle
    • Aviation Life Raft: Righting, Boarding, Features, and Supplies
Attire: Student is responsible for bringing jeans and a t-shirt or coveralls for class participation.

Retraining:
  Student is responsible for retraining every 3 years.

Location:
 Only offered at our Lafayette location.

To register, click the "Register Now!" button on the left. Questions? Contact us at training@acadian.com.



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