Courses

The reason for all training is to increase people's ability to make the right decision at the right time. We are aware of it!

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Whether it is aircraft type training or a resource management seminar – it basically has the same aim. In order to make a decision, a human being must consider four competence needs: knowledge, proficiency, experience and awareness. With only one of the four missing, the decision-making skills will be limited.

We offer a wide range of existing training programs, developed in a modular framework so that you can choose and define the training course for your individual needs.                                         

ACCOUNTABLE MANAGER IN EASA ORGANISATIONS

This course equips the attendees with the basic knowledge about the requirements and responsibilities of management personel and specifically the Accountable Manager in EASA organisations. It is suited for everyone that takes over the position as Accountable Manager.

AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE PROGRAMME (DEVELOPMENT & ADMINISTRATION)

This course is based on EASA Part-M and gives an insight on how to develop and maintain an aircraft maintenance programme. Participants will gain a general understanding of the basic documents and requirements.

CS-E CERTIFICATION SPECIFICATION FOR ENGINES

This training is designed for aircraft engine design (alteration) and certification staff provides a brief refresher on the EASA regulatory framework.

It explains the documentation structure and then focuses on the EASA Part-21 CS-E module (former JAR-E) principally on the requirements for an alteration process, plus the certification process, including the application for a supplemental type certificate.

CS-23 CERTIFICATION SPECIFICATION FOR NORMAL AEROPLANES

This training designed for aircraft design (alteration) and certification staff provides a brief refresher on the EASA regulatory framework.

It explains the documentation structure and then focuses on the EASA Part-21 CS-23 module (former JAR-23) principally on the requirements for an alteration process, plus the certification process, including the application for a supplemental type certificate.

CS-25 CERTIFICATION SPECIFICATION FOR LARGE AEROPLANES

This training designed for aircraft design (alteration) and certification staff provides a brief refresher on the EASA regulatory framework.

It explains the documentation structure and focuses then on the EASA Part-21 CS-25 module (former JAR-23) principally on the requirements for an alteration process, plus the certification process, including the application for a supplemental type certificate.

CS-27 CERTIFICATION SPECIFICATION FOR SMALL ROTORCRAFT

An engineering specific training course designed for those involved in design and certification activities of small rotorcraft.

It provides a good general understanding of the practical response to regulatory requirements for design and certification and continuous airworthiness activities. Also in relation to the broad range of aviation related activities including Maintenance Management and the associated support activities related to maintenance.

CS-29 CERTIFICATION SPECIFICATION FOR LARGE ROTORCRAFT

An engineering specific training course designed for those involved in design and certification activities of large rotorcraft.

It provides a good general understanding of the practical response to regulatory requirements for design and certification and continuous airworthiness activities. Also in relation to the broad range of aviation related activities including Maintenance Management and the associated support activities related to maintenance. 

EASA PART-M SUBPART F - MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION

This private operations maintenance oriented seminar provides a brief introduction to the EASA regulatory framework and focuses then on EASA Part-M Subpart F and there mainly on the requirements for a private maintenance organization.

Further the course will demonstrate the differences between the EASA Part-145 and EASA Part-M Subpart F. Additionally this seminar outlines and explains both the required structure of a private maintenance organization as well as the application process therefore, including the outline of the content necessary for a maintenance organization exposition (MOE).

EASA PART-M SUBPART G - CAMO

This maintenance management oriented seminar provides a brief introduction to the EASA regulatory framework.

It then focuses on the continuing airworthiness management organizations and there mainly on the differences between JAR-OPS1 requirements and the newly established EASA Part-M Subpart G. Additionally the training outlines and explains both the required structure of a CAMO as well as the application process for an EASA Part-M Subpart G Organization, including the outline of the content necessary for a Continuing Airworthiness Management Exposition (CAME).

EASA PART-M SUBPART I (ARC STAFF PRACTICAL TRAINING)

The course provides participants with an in-depth knowledge of the structure of Airworthiness Review and content of the Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC) with a good working knowledge in use of the relevant documentation.

EASA PART-21 DESIGN AND CERTIFICATION

Introduction to the EASA regulatory framework.

Focus on the EASA Part-21 mainly on the requirements for a design organization and on the certification process including the application of a supplemental type certificate. Outline and explanation of the required structure of a design organization and all of the guidance material documents available for design and certification.

EASA PART-21 PRODUCTION ORGANIZATION

Introduction to the EASA regulatory framework.

EASA Part-21 requirements for a Production Organization & Parts Manufacturing Processes (incl. the approval process for a Parts Manufacturing Approval). Required structure of a Production Organization Engineering documentation and available standards for a Production.

EASA PART-145 MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION

This maintenance organization oriented training provides a brief introduction to the EASA regulatory framework. It then focuses on EASA Part-145 and there mainly on the requirements for a maintenance organization.

Further the course will demonstrate the differences between the previous JAR-145 regulations and the actual EASA Part-145. Additionally it outlines and explains both the required structure of a maintenance organization as well as the application process for an EASA Part-145 organization, including the outline of the content necessary for a maintenance organization exposition (MOE).

EASA REGULATIONS FOR EXECUTIVES

Introduction to and explanation of the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) regulations to executives.

Focus on executives' needs dealing with documents from authorities an/or contracts with EASA related content. Explanation of the structure of & the relation between the variety of guidance materials as well as to the regulatory code.

ELECTRICAL WIRING INTERCONNECTION SYSTEMS

The course provides an overall introduction to issues surrounding the concept of enhanced aeroplane electrical wiring interconnection system maintenance.

The aim is to provide an overview of the background to the development of enhanced aeroplane EWIS maintenance and the enhanced zonal analysis procedure, an overview of the technical aspects of typical EWIS installations, supporting inspections techniques and an introduction to AMC 20-22 aeroplane EWIS training programmes.

FAA PART-145 MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION

This training offers the attendee a general introduction to title 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), including a detailed training to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulations (FAR) including Part 39, 43 and 145
It further contains the demonstration of the differences between FAR-145 and EASA Part-145 regulations.

Additionally, the attendee will see how these FAR’s can be implemented into an EASA Part-145 Organization, holding a FAA Repair Station Certificate.

FUEL TANK SAFETY LEVEL 1

This training provides guidelines on the interpretation and implementation for continued airworthiness of Fuel Systems.

Fuel Tank Safety applies to those aeroplanes identified in the applicable EASA/FAA/JAA/NAA regulations as well as to Type Certificates / Supplemental Type certificates / Major modification holders and in addition to JAR (EU)- Ops Operators and their maintenance organisations. In addition a particular emphasis is put on the technical aspects

FUEL TANK SAFETY LEVEL 2

This training provides guidelines on the interpretation and implementation for continued airworthiness of Fuel Systems.

Fuel Tank Safety applies to those aeroplanes identified in the applicable EASA/FAA/JAA/NAA regulations as well as to Type Certificates / Supplemental Type certificates / Major modification holders and in addition to JAR (EU)- Ops Operators and their maintenance organisations. In addition a particular emphasis is put on the technical aspects

HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION - INITIAL

This two day initial training for EASA Part-145 Organizations covers all aspects as required for aircraft maintenance companies.

With practical examples, movies, discussions and group work, the attendee is introduced into the world of human factors in a practical way that shows the relation between the four competence needs every human being must have in order to demonstrate situational awareness. By analysing incidents and accidents that happened in the industry, we will be able to learn how Human Factors can affect safety and how precautions and safety nets can help us improving both the safety in the industry and our own working environment.

HUMAN FACTORS IN AVIATION - REFRESHER

This one day refresher training uses tools such as SHOME (safety health of maintenance and engineering), CAIR (checklist for assessing Institutional resilience), SHEL (software hardware environment and live ware) amongst others to let the attendee benefit.

By analysing incidents and accidents that happened in the attendees' environment, they will be able to learn what happened and analyse the ways in which Human Factors can affect safety and how precautions and safety nets can help us improving both the safety in the industry and their won working environment.

OTAR INTRODUCTION

This course is designed for quality-, maintenance- and continued airworthiness-staff or Part-M organisations and/or operators that intend to obtain a OTAR 39 approval. It provides a general understanding of the differences between the OTAR's, the FAR's and the EASA regulatory framework. 

POST HOLDER ASSESSMENT PREPARATION

An operations specific training course designed for those involved in managerial positions in an air operators organisation (Post Holders).

It provides a good general understanding to the practical response of regulatory requirements for air operations management activities in relation to the duties and responsibilities of Post Holders for operations activities including flight and ground operations and the associated support activities related including training, quality and maintenance.

QUALITY AUDITOR

This course provides the background and training needed as an internal auditor, emphasizing practical application.

It cover the audit planning, preparation and audit targets, the ISO- and JAA/EASA regulations and gives an introduction to quality management and process management. Additionally, the attendee will learn to implement and monitor the corrective action properly.

TRAIN THE TRAINER FOR COMPANY INTERNAL TRAINING

This seminar demonstrates ways of establishing a lesson and a lesson plan.

Not all – even company internal – trainings do have the same character Some might be pure instruction subjects while others might require the instructor to facilitate the course and let the attendees find the solution to the problem. By analysing the lesson goal and the background of the course target group, this seminar will provide you with neat tools and checklists for your future training lessons

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