Introduction This course has been designed to support the development of EASA Part 145 Practical Training Task Supervisors and Practical Assessors and recognizes the EASA requirement to support the Competence Development of the Task Supervisor as follows The Task Supervisor shall be designated following acceptance and completion of Task Supervisor Training. He shall be an…

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Introduction The Course is specifically designed to accommodate the specific needs of the Third Country Component Certifying Staff who are required to show compliance with the requirements of EASA Part 66 Basic Licence Module 10. Note: EASA Requirement which will be supported by Sofema Aviation Services by liaison with the relevant Organisational Quality Manager When…

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Introduction Module 9 Human Factors aims at providing an understanding of the role of the human factors in the complex system in the aviation field. This is a Human Factor Training which fully engages with the delegates, provides a significant benefit to both the individual and the organisation. This course is specifically designed to provide…

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 Introduction ICAO Requirements for Extended Range Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS) have been in place since 1985, when they were introduced to apply an overall level of operational safety for twin-engined aeroplanes which was consistent with that of the modern three and four-engined aeroplanes then flying, to which no restrictions were applied. The course has been specifically designed to…

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Introduction This unique course focuses on a deep understanding of the roles and responsibilities of the Rotary Production Planner, the Stakeholders, hazards and risks that challenge this mandated function within Rotorcraft Maintenance. Whilst the responsibility for delivery of an effective Maintenance Planning process falls on the Operator the delivery of an effective Production Planning function sits…

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 Introduction ICAO Requirements for Extended Range Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS) have been in place since 1985, when they were introduced to apply an overall level of operational safety for twin-engined aeroplanes which was consistent with that of the modern three and four-engined aeroplanes then flying, to which no restrictions were applied.The course has been specifically designed…

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Introduction Whilst the responsibility for delivery of an effective Maintenance Planning process falls on the Operator the delivery of an effective Production Planning function sits firmly with the EASA Part 145 Organization. This course considers the oversight and interface responsibilities of the CAMO Group to ensure effective control of Maintenance Delivery by the Aircraft Maintenance…

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Introduction 3 Days intensive training covering QA Auditing and Advanced Auditing Techniques. Root Cause Analysis and Performance Auditing Techniques specifically for EASA Part 145 & Part 147 Organisations. Organisations which can deliver an effective quality audit system as well as a process to follow up with all issues in an effective and practical way, grow…

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Introduction  A Repair Station / Approved Maintenance Organization Training Program is a prerequisite for obtaining a Part 145 approval for many National Aviation Authorities (NAA) who base their regulations on the U.S. Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Mechanics may acquire their initial skill through formal training, such as Part 147 Aviation Maintenance…

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Introduction – Civil aviation has a long history in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In the early years of civil aviation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia the aviation activity was not formally regulated. As aviation activity increased and international safety norms evolved, it became necessary for aviation regulations. The first aviation safety regulatory approach…

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