SRCA provides a large variety of customized training programs for a diverse audience. SRCA has the ability to quickly develop training programs to fit our customers’ needs, solve critical situations, and satisfy customer requirements. Our programs include structured exercises, assessment tools and on-the-job assignments that bring the participants closer to the field that they need to understand. SRCA creates computer-based training tools, presentations, technical manuals, student binders, performance charts and evaluation tools. We develop highly interactive presentations in all types of software to include Adobe Flash, Adobe Authorware, Articulate, Captivate, as well as several other desktop developing applications.
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SRCA designs, develops, and delivers the rotorcraft accident investigation training curricula for the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB). This annual, one week course combines subject matter expertise and adult learning concepts with the NTSB’s mission and goals to provide the optimum learning experience. Technical and editorial support follows with as needed revision and updating of the course. SRCA provides instructors that are subject matter experts in their appropriate field, including real life presentations by industry leaders. Sample sections of the course include Rotary Wing Aerodynamics, On-site Investigation Actions, Investigative Techniques, and Rotorcraft Aircraft Regulations.
The Civilian Arming Program (CAP) was developed by SRCA in support of deploying personnel towards Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF), Iraq,
and Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), Afghanistan. CAP is a weapons qualification course for civilian contractors deploying
overseas on the M4 rifle and M9 pistol. In addition to meeting Department of Defense (DOD) requirements, we discuss and supply the
following forms to attending personnel:
- Rules for the Use of Force (RUF)
- Rules of Engagement (ROE)
- Laws of Armed Conflict (LOAC)
- Department of Defense (DD) 2760
- Individual Acknowledgements
The instructors conducting the weapons qualification are security professionals that possess expertise and experience in Special Forces, federal and local law enforcement and the corporate environment. Our instructors provide classroom instruction on safety, weaponry, and handling of weaponry in a given situation; whether in the U.S. or on deployment. Completed weapons qualification packets are submitted to the respective Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for approval and a weapons card is issued to all approved personnel.
SRCA is able to provide the Civilian Arming Program at any location. Training is already provided in:
- Martinsburg, WV
- Winchester, VA
The Civilian Arming Program is not only a qualification training class but serves as a document submission and record keeping authority too. It also serves as a tracking mechanism for re-qualification notification and weapons card issuance. Since 2008, SRCA has trained and qualified over 1200 deploying personnel and provides two classes every month. Additional classes can be accommodated by request.
The SRCA Pre-Deployment Risk Awareness Course is for Department of the Army (DA) civilians and contractors traveling overseas into hostile
areas. This course is a valuable tool for understanding and recognizing the dangers
prior to entering a hostile situation. The training includes material regarding:
- Area of Operation Environment (Iraq and Afghanistan)
- Theater Combat Recovery
- Surviving Captivity
- Understanding Captivity with Military Personnel (Code of Conduct)
- Evasion Techniques
SRCA Instructors have completed FORSCOM training, have been on multiple tours in the combat zone, have studied the HQDA Personnel Recovery training methodology and meet all pre-deployment training requirements for units deployed under FORSCOM Southwest Asia Training Guidance. They will give your personnel the confidence and better understanding of the workplace they are going to, teach them to see what the regular eye can’t see, and get out of any hostile situation safely.
This class addresses the use of Minimum Equipment Lists, their genesis, and the value they bring to the maintainability of our aircraft. Further the program explains its use, application and includes in-class exercises. REL is additionally addressed.
This class provides a competent education of FOD IAW both DOD and LMCO standards. When complete the personnel will be signed off as being certified as having been through Foreign Object Damage training (initial or recurring).
This is a comprehensive Forms and Records Class. It explains the use of all forms, the reason why we use them and illustrates how they are filled out. This class concentrates on actually developing and filling out forms. This class explains how the student’s records are made, why they are made in a standardized manner and walks them through the importance of such records. Its design is to acquaint the student with the files that are maintained for them and why they are maintained.
This class explains marshalling and combines platform and video instruction so that the student will have a rounding of what procedures should be used. This class prepares the student for a practical demonstration during a follow-on class.
Medium: Platform, Video, Slides, and Examination.
This class explains the use and familiarization of AR 95-20 procedures and why they are used. It additionally addresses military unique items such as AWR’s and maintenance bulletins that they may encounter while working within both US Army and FAA regulations and procedures.
This class involves the familiarization of GSE as it may be encountered and familiarizes the students with the tractor. Finally, all students will have an opportunity to do a practical exercise in towing/moving an aircraft as ground guides and wing walkers.
SRCA designed, developed, and delivers the Aircraft Accident Investigation (AAI) course for the University of Southern California. This one week course is presented twice every year on campus in Los Angeles, CA. The course examines helicopter rotor systems, controls, performance variables, flight hazards and material characteristics involved in helicopter operations and accidents. AAI provides concepts, practical techniques and methodologies essential to rotary wing aircraft accident investigation. Persons associated in rotary wing accident investigation including manufacturers, operators, associations, insurers, law enforcement, military and government agencies are the most common participants.