EASA Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) Training Requirements – Update July 2020

SofemaOnline offers EASA Training Considerations related to the Part M – Continuing Airworthiness Environment

SofemaOnline provides online regulatory training courses to support the development of your Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO).

The following information supports consideration of which training is appropriate for a CAMO engaged with Large Aircraft (Aircraft above 5700 KGS).

All the following courses are available via the online training platform www.SofemaOnline.com.

Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) and SofemaOnline (SOL) offer multiple training courses as either Classroom, Webinar, or Online training – the following “New Courses” are now available:

SMS for Part CAMO
HF & SMS Initial course for Continuing Airworthiness Staff
Part M 2020

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  • EASA Compliant Online and Vocational Training Courses;
  • Easy to browse course catalogue;
  • Faster and effective delivery;
  • Study in the comfort of your own home;
  • Complete module examinations and print your certificates on completion;
  • Cost-effective professional service;
  • Access to the courses you like at any time;
  • Support for student questions through LinkedIn User Group – SofemaOnline User Forum.


Check out which courses are most appropriate for your role in the PART M CAMO Organisation by clicking here.

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“Solely learning online was proven slightly more effective than Solely learning in a classroom. In other words, if you only choose one delivery method students would learn more through just online training.”

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