Introduction – The role of Ground Operations Post Holder is a serious and demanding role and needs to satisfy the Regulator via the EASA Form 4 process that the applicant has both appropriate background experience and competencies to support the role. This course considers in detail the Role and Responsibilities of The Ground Operations Post…

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Introduction – ICAO defines Fatigue as “A physiological state of reduced mental or physical performance capability resulting from sleep loss or extended wakefulness and/or physical activity that can impair a crew member’s alertness and ability to safely operate an aircraft or perform safety related duties.” Moreover ICAO identifies Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) as: “A data-driven…

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Introduction – The focus of this 3 Day training is to ensure that the organisation is able to demonstrate compliance with both ICAO SARP’s and IATA ISARP’s. The course focuses on the fundamental importance of managing the organisation process for planning for any emergency situations. To ensure that correct control is enabled and that the…

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Introduction – ICAO defines Fatigue as “A physiological state of reduced mental or physical performance capability resulting from sleep loss or extended wakefulness and/or physical activity that can impair a crew member’s alertness and ability to safely operate an aircraft or perform safety related duties.” Moreover ICAO identifies Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) as: “A data-driven…

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INTRODUCTION – Commission Regulation (EU) No 1178/2011 of 3 November 2011 lays down technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council. The provisions of the Regulation on Aircrew are published in several documents: Implementing Rules (published in the Official…

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INTRODUCTION Flight data monitoring (FDM) can be a powerful tool for an aircraft operator to improve and monitor its operational safety. National Aviation Authorities (NAAs) of EASA Member States are responsible for the oversight of their national operators including their FDM programmes. Flight Data Monitoring (FDM) is the pro-active use of digital flight data from routine operations in order to improve…

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Introduction De-icing / Anti-icing Training is mandatory for all staff engaged in the actual de-icing /anti-icing process, in addition staff supervising the process, and staff controlling the process also require to be trained. The training course is designed to promote a full understanding of the responsibilities associated with the important task to determine the need…

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Introduction This one day training is focused on the needs of the Part M Subpart G organization in respect of the understanding of the new EASA Regulatory Environment and organizational changes driven by OPS Regulation 965 /2012. The training is aimed at delivering a fundamental understanding of all elements of Regulation 965/2012 and assumes a…

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INTRODUCTION The Helicopter Emergency Ambulance Service is a unique and challenging mix of aviation and emergency medical service. It is very demanding, requiring various areas of knowledge and skills on the management and the responding personnel as well, starting from aircraft selection, base selection, dispatching, medical procedures, training, hospital heliport issues. Following the implementation of…

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Introduction The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published the Cover Regulation along with the Implementing Rules for the conduct of Air Operations as Regulation (EC) 965/2012 dated  5 October 2012 (published on 25th October)   The new Air Operations requirements consist of the Regulation and its implementing measures/Implementing and the corresponding Acceptable Means of…

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