Course detail: Transport Category Airplane Emergency Evacuation Demonstration and Analysis

Description
This course provides basic knowledge of FAA/EASA regulations, advisory material and development of emergency evacuation test plans/analyses for specific cabin interior layouts. Current analysis methodology is described, and the basic foundation to develop simulation models is presented. Students will conduct emergency evacuation analyses for two cabin interior configurations. A background in crashworthiness and cabin safety is beneficial.

Learning Objectives
Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate knowledge of current FAA/EASA requirements to conduct emergency evacuation demonstrations
  • Provide guidance to develop emergency evacuation methodology
  • Prepare emergency evacuation test plans and reports
  • Develop, review and approve emergency evacuation analyses compliance reports

Who Should Attend?
Airframe manufacturers, transport category aircraft completion center personnel and cabin safety/crashworthiness designees. This course would also be beneficial for independent cabin safety consultants and cabin interior arrangement specialists.

Certificate Track
This course is not part of a certificate track.

Classroom hours / CEUs
28 classroom hours
2.8 CEUs

Course Accessibility
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in University of Kansas educational offerings. If you require a reasonable accommodation in order to participate in our Aerospace Short Courses, please email lpe@ku.edu or call 913-897-8530 at least three weeks before the first day of the event.
Please note: If you are attending an Aerospace Short Course onsite at your place of employment, please contact your company's training coordinator for accommodation requests.

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Course Resources
AERO0580 Course Information and Outline (PDF Document)

Available sessions