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Helicopter Landing Officer Further Training (HLO FT)
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Availability

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Purpose

The Offshore Helicopter Landing Officer (HLO) is responsible for the day-to-day management of the helideck, associated helideck operations and supervision of the Helideck Assistants (HDAs). The HLO is responsible for leading the initial response to a helicopter emergency on an offshore fixed, mobile or floating installation and supervising the HDA Helideck Emergency Response Team Members (HERTM) in their role as Helideck Emergency Response Team Leader (HERTL). This training course is designed to update knowledge, understanding and skills required to perform the role of Helicopter Landing Officer and Helideck Emergency Response Team Leader with high level of safety and efficiency.

Certification

This course "Helicopter Landing Officer Further Training (HLO FT)" is in the process of certification by OPITO.

Helicopter Landing Officer and Helideck Assistant training

Target Audience

All personnel currently-appointed OPITO-certified Offshore Helicopter Landing Officers that require to revalidate their Certificate by refreshing and updating their knowledge and skills

Course Prerequisites

One of the following:

  • A valid OPITO HLO HERTL Training Certificate
  • A valid OPITO HLO Further Training Certificate

Content

Theoretical lessons together with practical exercises in a Helicopter simulator:

  • HLO Further Training
    • HLO further theory training
    • HLO further practical training in emergency response.

Objectives

Participants should demonstrate their knowledge of the role and responsibilities of a HLO and HERTL and practice to a variety of helideck firefighting and non-firefighting emergency scenarios.

Admission Requirements

Participants must have a valid medical certificate and valid photo ID

Revalidation

Every two years

Duration

2 days

Participants

Maximum 12

Language

The course will be conducted in English or Russian depending on the customer's request.