In the face of continuously evolving threats, CASI provides superior training for your flight department, pilots, and flight crews for an added measure of safety in an uncertain world. CASI training is designed to ensure your team understands potential threats, knows how to identify them, how to avoid them, and how to help each other during a crisis. Our training curriculum includes the eight courses listed below, and custom courses can also be developed. All CASI training is tailored to meet the unique needs of our clients.
CASI Training Is Tailored To Meet Our Clients’ Unique Needs
As flight crews prepare to fly the executives to business or leisure destinations across the country and around the globe, CASI provides timely guidance to keep the aircrew and executives prepared. Considerations include current and evolving trends or situations that represent a safety or security concern; emergency contacts and capabilities at the destination; cultural considerations for overseas travel; and recommendations for personal safety and security in the event of a natural or man-made crisis. CASI instructors prepare your flight department based on current intelligence and years of overseas experience.
In many parts of the world, kidnapping has become a “cottage industry”. Some victims are specifically targeted, others could become a target of opportunity simply by travelling in the corporate aviation environment. Survival training is essential to your physical safety as well as your mental and emotional well-being should you find yourself in this situation. CASI instructors provide training for multiple situations, including issues that need to be considered prior to travel; the types of kidnappings that commonly occur at the destination (and why); what you should attempt to do at different stages of a kidnapping; how best to deal with your kidnappers, and how to stay mentally and emotionally positive until you are rescued.
Around the world, active shooter situations have become all too common in places of business, houses of worship, school campuses, shopping centers, theaters, airports, night clubs and more. CASI training provides immediate actions you should take, specific actions you should never attempt, and prepares you for an event timeline through a law enforcement response, based on contemporary examples. CASI instructors discuss different types of active shooters, consideration for their motives, and provides training designed to help you survive an active shooter situation.
One of the gravest risks to an information network is the insider threat – employees or contractors using authorized access, wittingly or unwittingly, to harm network security. Highly trained and trusted employees are also the best line of defense against cyber-attacks. A trained workforce can identify social engineering scams, understand the risk and prevent a cyber-attack. CASI can train corporate leaders, managers, and front-line workers on best practices for cyber hygiene, remote work, and threats to business operations.
Successful emergency responses in aviation are the result of extensive training and practice. CASI cybersecurity experts can plan, prepare, and facilitate cyber incident training as an extension of your other business continuity and emergency planning, including: revised procedures; workforce training; assignment of roles and responsibilities for decision makers; and incident communication plans.
The program includes four-hours of classroom instruction focused on immediate response to non-traumatic and traumatic injuries based on the Tactical Combat Causality Care (TCCC) program used by the U.S. Armed Forces. Training includes a brief history of trauma care, current treatment approaches, non-trauma care including stroke recognition, diabetic emergencies, fractures, and new approaches to CPR. Instruction includes a basic medical kit overview with demonstrations of tourniquets, chest seals, options to open an airway, splinting, and alternative solutions to a variety of medical challenges.
NOTE: All instruction is designed for emergency response until a patient reaches a medical treatment facility. CASI does not teach, nor condone, the use of advanced care techniques by those without professional medical training and certifications.