Introduction This training will provide a detailed overview of the EASA regulatory process. It is specially designed to introduce delegates to the working of the various elements of the regulations. Who is the course for? The Training focuses on the various roles and responsibilities of Operators, Maintainers Design and Production organisations. What is the Benefit…

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Introduction Understanding simple rules can help us to do the right thing when we are faced with a Fire Emergency. Ensuring Fire safety means understanding the set of practices which are intended to reduce the exposure to the risk of Fire under any circumstances. Fire safety measures include all activities and behaviours which are intended…

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Introduction With the continuous growth in traffic airports need to be flexible, scalable and accommodating to facilitate development and to cope with organic growth. It is necessary for Aerodromes to have in place all necessary infrastructure to ensure efficient operations of all airport business processes and systems whilst delivering safety and security to the highest…

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Introduction EASA Part 145 Organizations should strive to effectively manage Fuel Tank Entry Procedures ensuring due notice is taken of human factors and organization factors including all aspects and elements of Aviation Fuel System Maintenance. To seek to manage Human Factors by identifying the risks and exposures and to put in place systems which will…

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Introduction Effective Aerodrome planning requires attention to detail – the daily obligations and challenges together with a focus on medium and long term objectives. It is necessary for Aerodrome business leaders to develop measurable strategic objectives. This course is focused on the needs of new and prospective employees, members of the Regulatory Authority and other…

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Introduction This Course covers the Operational Aspects of Developing and Managing an Aviation Training Program. The focus of the Training Managers Role is to be able to Identify, Establish & Deliver the required course content whilst ensuring the maintenance of quality standards and maintaining relevancy with all regulatory and organisational requirements. The Training Manager is…

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Introduction This 5 Day Training Program focuses on the needs of the Airport Trainer to develop and deliver a range of training courses across the Airport Business Environment. To identify, encourage and enhance your Classroom Instructional Skills. Learning from professionals how to define a training program, best practice methods for facilitation and presenting. Understand how…

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Introduction This course considers the fundamental elements related to the cross acceptance (From EASA Standpoint) of Agreements Between EASA & United States Federal Aviation Authority FAA and EASA & Transport Canada (TCAA). As well as a general understanding and raised level of awareness, this course will support the development of your EASA Part 145 MOE…

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Introduction Regulatory approval for Autoland was first given in 1968 with the first CAT III landing taking place in Jan 1969 (Sud Aviation Carevelle) This course is designed to familiarize current AOC holders and other operational and concerned personnel including Maintenance Management & Operations Staff with a detailed understanding of Low Visibility Operations (LVO) In…

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Visit us at Sofia Quality & Safety Symposium 14th & 15th May – See Here For Details Introduction EASA Part 145 Organisations should ideally take full control of the Human Factor Train the Trainer (HFTTT) program which effectively means ensuring the training program content is managed and meets the organisations objectives. The most effective HF Training…

  • Price 1390 USD
  • Place: Mjets Facilities, Don Muang International Airport, Bangkok
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