Through Fluid Transfer International currently offers various services from either the UK or Asia (Singapore) technical service engineers.
Recent training for operational staff (Refuellers) and planned maintenance best practice have been conducted for customers such as The Royal Thai Navy, Petronas maintenance Malaysia, Ukraine Airports, Brazilian Navy, CHIPs Singapore and KAS Korea.
Our senior trainers have a total of over 60 years combined experience within the aviation sector and can offer a vast array of knowledge and experience.
Training and courses are designed in conjunction with the local operator and typically follow the format below:
Identification of objectives for operator or planned maintenance training, measures of successful training delivery such as: KPI's for Cost, Time, Incident, in-service etc.
Typical course content, for example best refuelling practice according to company procedure and JIG guidelines,
- Safe operation of refuelling equipment.
- Understanding the functionality and operation of key refuelling components.
- Common faults and diagnosis
- Fuel testing, Millipore, VCFS, use of Shell water detector tablets etc.
- Regular maintenance regimes, daily, weekly monthly etc
- Refueller and Dispenser Familarisation Training.
- Refueller and Dispenser Safe Operational Training.
- Refueller and Dispenser Vehicle Fleet maintenance Training.
- Refueller and Dispenser Commissioning.
- Refueller and Dispenser Health and Safety
Training Methodology will normally consist of both classroom (theory) and practical (on-vehicle) session
Theory (Classroom) Session Example
The aim is to have an open but challenging environment for imparting basic theoretical topics. The trainer will show typical refuelling schematics and engineering drawings in bite sized sections such as primary and secondary circuit. They will discuss how each key component functions the required safety settings and how to ensure safe and efficient fuel delivery. Training will be re-enforced by visual aids, written hand-outs and simple periodic tests to ensure knowledge retention.
Practical (Hands-On) Session
Usually in conjunction with appropriate refuelling vehicle, the objective is to ensure that trainees are able to identify and understand the use of key components, recognise indictors of common defects and appropriate remedial actions for the purpose of achieving speedy diagnosis, repairs and vehicle recovery.
Adapting to your needs, at Flofuel Support Ltd we can offer training to fit your requirements. Our industry leading BTEC training ensures competence by design.
Our Level 3 BTEC Advanced Diploma in Aviation Fuel, Storage and Handling Operations is our flag ship training program for the aviation fuelling industry and has been developed in conjunction with leading industry experts. Additionally, we can offer bespoke and tailored training to meet your needs including health & safety and leadership & management courses. We are passionate about training your staff to be safe, competent operators and work hard with both industry and manufacture key people to ensure you have the very best there is to offer.
BTEC Advanced Diploma in Aviation Fuel. The BTEC Advanced Diploma in Aviation Fuel, Storage and Handling Operations Level 3 aims to offer the individual a structured, formal training programme that results in the only internationally recognised formal qualification. Following training, participants in this programme will be required to complete work based assignments, which will be assessed by competent named assessors. The programme is designed to meet industry standards and procedures that are recognised both nationally and internationally. The training support manual sets down the minimum operating procedures and standards to be applied to ensure the safe and efficient delivery of “on specification” fuels and should be read in conjunction with relevant supporting documents.
Who’s it for
The BTEC Advanced Diploma in Aviation Fuel, Storage and Handling Operations Level 3 content has been set out in such a way as to reflect the three key stages in your learning process. A three phased programme of learning and assignments are aimed at the following audience:
BTEC ADVANCED AWARD UNITS 1, 2 AND 3
Core skills and competency are the key focus of this award. Aimed at all operators and handlers of fuels for use in aviation.
BTEC ADVANCED CERTIFICATE UNITS 4, 5, AND 6
Supervisory skills and competency are the key focus of this certificate. Aimed at more experienced operators and supervisors of fuels for use in aviation.
BTEC ADVANCED DIPLOMA UNITS 7, 8, 9 AND 10
Management skills and competency are the key focus of this diploma. Aimed at supervisors and managers of fuels for use in aviation.