Admissions Policy

  • Helitech International 2015 Student Codes of Conduct

    All students attending Helitech International will be obligated to comply with the following Student Codes of Conduct as well as adhering to the general admissions policy.

  • Admission

    To comply with the Helitech International admissions policy, no persons under the age of 16 may enter the event. 

    Students age 16+ with an interest in careers in the rotorcraft sector must register for the exhibition as a visitor at For group booking of 10+ students, please contact, to be sent a group booking form. 


    Helitech International is a professional business to business event. Students are asked to consider their actions and behave in a responsible manner throughout the exhibition and consider that exhibitors are there to do business. Students should introduce themselves to exhibitors and display their official badges at all times. 

    Students should eat in dedicated catering/eating areas located around the show and in the boulevards at ExCeL London. Whether they are bringing a packed lunch or purchasing food from the outlets in the boulevard, students must not sit in the aisles of the exhibition or on exhibitor stands.

    Students should be reminded that inappropriate actions of only one or two students could result in the removal of their entire group from the exhibition and jeopardise future attendance of students from their establishment.

    Personal Appearance

    Appropriate business attire should be worn (shirts, formal trousers, skirts or dresses). Casual clothes (jeans, trainers, hoodies, branded t-shirts and caps) are not acceptable.

    The official Helitech International student visitor badge must be worn at all times inside the exhibition.

    Acceptance of Hospitality

    Students under the age of 18 must abide to UK regulations associated with drinking alcohol and smoking.

    Helitech International Organisers reserve the right to remove any student not adhering to these Codes from the event.

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