CA207 - ABES ABnormal and Emergency Situations Aerodrome

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CA207 - ABES ABnormal and Emergency Situations Aerodrome

Objectives

General objective:

At the end of this phase, the student will be aware of the management of abnormal and emergency situations (ABES) in the context of aerodrome control.
The student will learn a methodology to control unusual situations based on the principle ASSIST (Eurocontrol) and Special Occurencies Forms as developped by ENAC.

Detailed objectives:

1- The student will be aware of human factors related to ABES situations
2- The student will have to manage a runway incursion
3- The student will have to manage a fire alarm on landing gear
4- The student will have to manage a radio failure of a flyco
5- The student will have to manage a bird strike
6- The student will have to manage an arriving aircraft with cracked windshield
7- The student will have to manage a radio failure
8- The Students will have to manage an arrival with hydraulic failure
9- The student will have to handle a bomb threat
10- The student will have to manage an unidentified aircraft in the CTR without radio contact and SSR 7600
11- The student will be using ENAC generic Emergency checklists in some cases

Position in the programme

at the end of the practical training (after the examination).

Hours

  • Supervised Practical Work : 1.25h
  • Labs work : 1.5h

Form of assessment

Total assessment hours: 0.25

In brief

ECTS credits : cf Teaching Unit

Number of hours 3

Contact(s)

Places

  • Toulouse