In these courses you’ll learn how to work safely around and in a helicopter, flight dynamics, emergency and crash procedures, and underwater egress training.
You’ll also learn hover exit and entry, toe-ins, landing zone management, and medical packaging.
This course is an industry standard for workers and also benefits emergency responders, and anyone who uses a helicopter for work or play.
Basic Theory and Knowledge of Helicopters and Safety
Basic safety and Landing Zones
Underwater Egress training and Crash Survival
Tech 2 plus flight briefings, equipment slinging, hover exit/entry and more
Team Leadership and HETS (long lining). Contract Only at this time
(Equipment can be rented from Rescue Canada)
The Helicopter Safety Rescue Program is a series of courses designed to provide students with the most current information on helicopter safety and response.
Courses have been designed for occupational responses as well as rescue responses.
Each course covers not only the skills involved with the tasks as a flight crew member but also preparation, mitigation, response and safety concerns.
If you have workers that use helicopters or you yourself have a responsibility to operate near or with helicopters there is a course for you.
This online course is designed to inform the student on the theory of Helicopter Safety. Topics include everything from flight briefings, how a helicopter flies, PPE, and crash survival. This course was developed for those that work around helicopters and for managers that are required to send workers into the field.
This course is designed to inform the student on the theory of Helicopter Landing Zone safety and set-up. The skills learned will also help to provide the necessary awareness knowledge to allow emergency responders and agencies to make appropriate decision while conducting landing zone safety and control measures for approaching and departing helicopters.
HUET Training was developed to give students the framework for crash survival. Rescue Canada has developed this practical underwater egress training to give the students the necessary tools to survive in the event of a crash both in the water and on land. The course is delivered over a 4 hour session of practical performance based skills. Rescue Canada had 3 dunkers to challenge the students from basic to advanced situations.
This training is Rescue Canada’s industry standard and combines the Awareness, HUET and Safety Technician Courses all into one. Upon competition of the online awareness training students complete two practical training days with performance based skill.
Upon completion of this training student will have the understanding and skills to work safely in and around helicopters in all types of situations. This training was developed for and continues to be the standard for Government Field Workers, Surveyors, Enforcement, and Rescue Personnel.
This course is designed to give the Rescuer the required knowledge and skills to provide Helicopter Rescue for those in need. The course includes specialized rescue techniques and a more in depth look at the Human Risk Factors of helicopter rescue.