Sofema Aviation Services stands behind its Train the Trainer Program

An article by Steven Bentley Managing Director of Sofema Aviation Services Bringing your own regulatory  recurrent training in house delivers unique benefits which enable the organization to plan deliver and measure the effectiveness of its own training product. Something which can not be done the same when such trainings are outsourced. Currently Sofema Aviation Services …

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What are the advantages in Delivering Fuel Tank Safety – FTS and Electrical Wiring Interconnect System Training EWIS in House

The first advantage is one of control, you have immediately the opportunity to deliver the trainings to your own agenda. The second advantage is that you can develop organizational specific content which is very important to ensure that a specific rather than general understanding is encouraged within the work place. The third advantage which is…

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Airworthiness Directives

An airworthiness directive (AD) is a notification to Type Certificate Holders (TCH), Supplemental Type Certificate Holders (STCH) owners and operators of certified Aircraft, Engines or Components. That a known safety related deficiency in respect of an aircraft, engine, or component has been found which must be corrected. Such correction may be based on compliance with…

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Aircraft Maintenance Introduction

Eventually all mechanical components or equipments will fail the whole purpose then of maintenance is to not only recognize this fact but to cope with it in the most effective way. The essential purpose of Aircraft Maintenance is to either return a defective system or component to serviceability or to maintain the aircraft system, component…

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Essentials for Maintenance 1 day training courses EASA Part 145, EASA Part M, Quality Audit, and Safety Management Systems

Sofema Aviation Services introduces four 1 Day essential regulatory training courses, the purpose of each course is to quickly get to the core elements of  the subject, what is required to achieve regulatory compliance and how organisations can not just meet this requirement but to exceed it. SAS Essentials covers four dedicated subjects Part 145…

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Understanding Initiators in structural change – The EASA Regulatory environment and Part OPS.

Sofema Aviation Services a leading EASA Regulatory training organization based in Sofia Bulgaria offer a suite of regulatory training courses, to cover the entire scope of EASA Part Ops . The overall goal of EASA was to simply the regulatory environment and to avoid Duplications. To support this separation EASA has developed a structure which…

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Approved Maintenance Program (AMP)

The AMP describes the operators routine scheduled maintenance tasks which are required to comply with the obligations to ensure continuing airworthiness. In addition it contains the rules by which the operator is approved to operate with the program to include extensions and variations which must be applied. Moreover it describes criteria by which certain tasks…

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Moving towards implementation of Part OPS

Sofema Aviation Services in partnership with Regional Air Services of Bucharest is pleased to present a Part OPS 3 days Regulation on Air Operations Overview and Implementation Course. Are your Flight Operations and Ground Operations Postholders ready for Part OPS ? Is your Quality Manager and Quality System prepared for auditing using Part OPS as…

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EASA Quality System – Delivering an Effective Audit

This paper deals with the an audit performed not of an organization, but the quality system which is supporting the audited organization. The effectiveness of the organisations quality system is a direct  measure of the effectiveness of the organization. Presented by Steven Bentley Managing Director of Sofema Aviation Services www.sassofia.com The ultimate objective is to determine that…

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