escape conditioning

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es·cape con·di·tion·ing

the technique whereby an organism learns to terminate unpleasant or punishing stimuli by making the appropriate new response that stops the delivery of such stimuli. Compare: avoidance conditioning.
Synonym(s): escape training
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Kin-Twelve years on and based in Kinmel Bay, near Rhyl, BGB Scaffolding employs 26 people, 18 of whom are GWO (Global Wind Organisation) and HUET (Helicopter Underwater Escape Training) qualified.
Twelve years on and based in Kinmel Bay, BGB Scaffolding employs 26 people, 18 of which are GWO (Global Wind Organisation) and HUET (Helicopter Underwater Escape Training) qualified.
The two businesses' footprints in north-east Scotland have been consolidated in Survivex's base in Dyce, which is equipped with pools for helicopter escape training, and fire and helideck training rigs.
This presentation describes the industry leading best practices to incorporate a medical examination and functional capacity evaluation (FCE) into a medical evaluation protocol, which allows the occupational health provider to make a medical clearance determination for workers to participate in Helicopter Underwater Escape Training (HUET).
All ELRT Sailors are required to complete dozens of training and qualification requirements, including Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape training, general purchase card training, and material handling equipment qualifications, along with obtaining international driver's licenses.
It has classrooms, a training pool, HUET (Helicopter Underwater Escape Training module) and a fire training ground, complete with helideck.
He added: "When I contacted another firm, they told me it would cost PS690 for the MIST course with a further PS80 for my helicopter escape training and PS80-PS100 for a medical.
Greatest emphasis is placed on helicopter escape training, which is carried out in the centre's 4m deep environmental pool and using an eight-seater helicopter escape module, which can be used to simulate dry, wet and capsize scenarios.
The new recruits had to complete a tough three-week training programme that included underwater escape training, mountain and swift water rescue, navigation, air safety and new clinical skills.
He has synesthesia;, which usually manifests itself when he is confronted with a liar; he has a fear of water, and has never flown before in his life, but the need to visit the unique crime scene, the area around the oil rig, necessitates him taking helicopter underwater escape training as well as fly in a helicopter to get to the site.