Sofema Aviation Services is pleased to offer a training course focused on the needs of an EASA Part 147 Practical Assessor

SAS is pleased to announce the launch of a new training dedicated to the development of appropriate soft skills required to support and develop the role of Practical Assessor.

The Practical Assessor should be fully aware of the aim of the assessment and be able to conduct a practical assessment in such a way that the true abilities of the candidate are demonstrated.

These involve technical abilities but also the ability for the candidate to satisfactorily perform the tasks in an actual maintenance environment where basic principles of human factors apply (such as work performed under stressful conditions i.e. time or management pressure etc).

The course has the following objectives:

-To understand the basic attributes of an effective practical Assessor;
-To appreciate techniques to develop as Mentors and Coaches;
-To understand in Detail EASA Part 147 Practical Assessor Regulatory Obligations;
-To understand in detail how to work with the Practical Assessor Training Needs Analysis Process;
-To be able to embrace a more business-focused approach to EASA 147 Compliance;
-To understand best practice related to management of Competence of Assessors and Delegates.

About SAS

The motto of SAS is delivery beyond compliance Based in Sofia, Bulgaria, SAS is a Global, Professional, Airline, MRO and Ground Operations, Support, Consulting and Training Company.
Since 2008 SAS has been providing over 350 regulatory training to the highest professional standards and our primary focus is on delivering quality assured support and training services.
We work to develop a positive safety culture and deliver improved business performance. During 2018 we expect to provide regulatory training to over 2000 delegates.

To see full details of the new training, please see here .

If you would like to take part in this course or any of the courses offered by SAS, please visit our website or email office@sassofia.com.