The wet drills training will prepare students in case of a ditching situation. The practical training course will allow students to familiarize on the use of life vests, floatation aids, life rafts and the equipment carried on-board. The in-depth course also covers preservation and survival techniques at sea, people who have undergone training are more likely to survive after a ditching.
The survival theory modules of the training course cover, desert, polar, jungle and sea survival aswell as search and recue and remote environment survival principles.
The training programs are EASA compliant and follow EASA requirements for water survival training. EASA require survival training to include the actual donning and use of personal flotation equipment in water and the use of slide-rafts or similar equipment, as well as actual practice in the water.