June 20th to June 28th 2017
Location – Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport – Dublin, Ireland
SAS has built up a strong reputation for providing effective support and delivering EASA and ICAO compliant regulatory and vocational training for more than 8 years. Providing Regulatory & Vocational training for 1000′s of delegates and 100′s of training courses – Currently we are offering in excess of 200 courses please see here for details.
The training program in Dublin includes a number of EASA compliant training courses which are specifically designed to update and familiarise delegates with both the fundamentals as well as the latest developments. The courses will be delivered by Steven Bentley – an industry professional with 40 years commercial aviation experience.
The following training courses are on offer
EASA Part M – All plus Subparts C, G & I in Detail – 2 Days
EASA Part 21 Review for CAMO Staff – 1 Day
EASA Part M Maintenance Planning Essentials for Leasing Companies – 1 Day
EASA Part 145 – 2 Days
Quality Auditing – Reporting & Root Cause Analysis – Essentials – 1 Day
See below additional information about each training.
The primary purpose of this training is to provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part M in all jurisdictions managed by an EASA Regulatory environment. To introduce delegates to the working of the Part M Regulatory Structure and to enable a full understanding of the operator’s responsibilities, contracted arrangements, Subpart G responsibilities.
The training is very practical with numerous examples, which are intended to give a practical perspective of how to apply the knowledge that they gain in the workplace and to satisfy the needs of the Accountable Manager responsible for EU Operators, Maintenance Post Holders, Quality Managers and Part 145 maintenance organisations wishing to gain Part M Subpart G approval.
This 1 day intensive course considers the roles and responsibilities of the PART M CAMO and the interfaces with PART 21 Subpart G Production Organisations and Part 21 Subpart J Design Organisations. Including the Oversight of Maintenance Activities, Management of STC,s Mods and Repairs and the issue of Permit to Fly.
This training is intended to focus on the essential elements to provide a comprehensive understanding of the entire Design Organization / Production Organization Process.
This course considers best practice processes for accomplishing the various tasks which together make up the challenging role of Maintenance Planning. It is specifically designed to provide an essential knowledge of the people with a direct involvement in Part M Subpart C Planning functions whether in a Management Supervisory or Administrative role.
It will also be of benefit to Quality Audit Staff and persons who normally work within the Part M CAMO environment, particularly if elements of the Maintenance Planning Process are outsourced.
The Aims of the course are to give delegates a detailed overview of EASA Part 145 regulation. The training includes many practical examples of Part 145 Implementation and how to avoid potential problems.
The training will also promote the delegates understanding concerning both airworthiness and maintenance principles, including a thorough understanding of the Role of Part 145 in all jurisdictions managed by an EASA Regulatory environment as applicable.
In particular the delegate will consider the role of Contract and Subcontract organisations, as well as a deep understanding of the interfaces and responsibilities of the Part 145 Organisation to the Part M Organisation.
This course is intended to be highly practical and to help the delegate focus on the 5 elements which exist within the audit finding.
1/ The finding – What is the problem?
2/ Why is it a problem – What standard has not been met (is it internal or external)
3/ Why did it happen? – Here we consider Root Cause
4/ What is the consequence – risk or opportunity considered
5/ Corrective action disposition – Who, What & When
The outcomes of such activities play a significant role in supporting the organization to achieve its goals to not just maintain, but to exceed regulatory compliance.
What the delegates say about SAS trainings?
“The whole material, the experience of the trainer, the examples – excellent”
“Good Timing and very interesting course, good participation”
“Explain Basic Fundamentals well with good examples”
“All aspects were useful”
“Good interconnection with class”
“Particularly relating training material with practical experience”
“Good advice given regarding information sources”
“Made the subject understandable”
“High knowledge level and experience”
“The instructor provides practical problems to the delegates to solve which improves understanding”
”Explaining all the content of the course”
”Providing examples and incidents in relation to topics being discussed”
”Detailed knowledge, Suitable examples and videos of associated topic, Sharing experience and ideas to improve”
”Instructor has a lot of knowledge in all area and answering in the best possible way to the questions”
“Most useful: practical examples combined with legislation aspects & details”