The role of Managing Quality in an EASA 147 organisation brings with it a number of unique challenges as well as the role of the independent audit there are also a number of activities which may be considered under the umbrella of “Quality Control”.
This one day training focuses on the roles and responsibilities of a Quality Manager within an EASA Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO).
The training assumes a basic understanding and knowledge of EASA Compliant Quality Control and Quality Assurance principles.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
– Abbreviations and Terms
– EASA Part 147 Regulatory over view
– EASA 147 Post Holder Responsibilities and Relationships
– The Difference between Quality & Safety Auditing in the context of EASA Part 147
– The Difference between Compliance and Performance Auditing and the re
– Quality Control Activities in support of EASA Part 147 organisation
– Quality Assurance Activities in support of EASA Part 147 organisation
– MTOE Section 3 Contents review
– Considering EASA Part Auditor Competencies
– Quality Review & Delivery of Effective Audits
– Practical understanding of the role of Root Cause
This course will be of significant benefit to EASA Part 147 Training Managers, Quality Managers and Compliance Management staff who require to have the necessary background and skills to ensure an effective EASA Part 147 Quality Assurance System.
A background in an aviation training environment.
The objective of the training is to provide the delegate with an understanding of the process and methodology whereby the Quality System requirements may be fully managed across all aspects of the EASA 147 organisation.
To understand the regulatory background leading to the various competence related requirements.
1 day – The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call +359 28210806