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SEA supplies SHOL training application to Norweigian Navy

Posted 18 May 2017 · Add Comment

Cohort company SEA is providing a new portable Ship/Helicopter Operating Limits (SHOL) training application on a ruggedised laptop to the Royal Norwegian Navy, enhancing its DECKsim Flight Deck Officer training system.

It will allow trainees to understand the impact of different environmental and operational constraints upon the safe operating limits for helicopters operating from Royal Norwegian Navy ships.
Use of the training application will highlight the safe range of wind speeds and directions for each operational procedure to be carried out on the ships flight deck, re-enforcing the knowledge, skills and attitudes required by the Flight Deck Officers.

SEA’s DECKsim Flight Deck Officer trainer is in use both in the UK and overseas. The use of a ruggedised laptop now takes DECKsim training outside of the classroom and allows trainees to conduct refresher training whilst doing airfield training simulating the conditions on a ship.


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