April 24, 2015
Sofema Aviation Services is very pleased to be returning to Johannesburg to deliver another series of EASA Compliant “Essentials” Regulatory Training courses.
Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) has built up a strong reputation for practical and effective regulatory training, across a broad range of subjects. We are a regular visitor to South Africa and we have delivered multiple training courses to many SA operators.
Within SAS our aim is remain, one of the most proactive regulatory training organisations dedicated to supporting our clients, to enhance safety and risk management, in addition to ensure compliance.
Please see comments from course delegates here and letters from our customers here
For more details about our courses please see the information below:
EASA Part 145 Essentials – 1 Day – Johannesburg, South Africa, June 15th
Introduction – The Aims of the course are to provide delegates with a general overview of all parts of EASA Part 145, to provide a comprehensive understanding of the role of EASA Part 145 and how it relates to Part M. A detailed practical understanding of EASA Regulations relevant to the Part 145 Environment
EASA Part 145 – Optimizing Techniques for Aircraft Production Planning – 1 Day – Johannesburg, South Africa, June 16th
Introduction – The Maintenance Cost associated with the operation of aircraft is typically the second highest expenditure after the cost of fuel purchase. The opportunity to develop more effective production planning behaviour can lead to significant cost savings June 17th
Logistics & Stores Inspection Procedures EASA – Essentials – 1 Day – Johannesburg, South Africa, June 17th
Introduction The EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. It must be managed and staffed by trained and competent staff. This training is designed to cover all elements which are essential to the effective management and operation of a fully compliant store.
EASA Part M Essentials – 1 Day – Johannesburg, South Africa, June 18th
Introduction – The Aims of the course are to provide delegates with a general overview of all parts of EASA Part M, to provide a comprehensive understanding of the role of EASA Part M and all its subparts and to understand how it relates to Part 145
EASA Part M – Understanding MSG 3 Methodology and Analytic Process Essentials – 1 Day – Johannesburg, South Africa, June 19th
INTRODUCTION – In 1979 the Air Transport Association (ATA) task force sought to improve on MSG-2 to address a new generation of advanced technology aircraft (B757 & B767), the outcome was MSG-3 MSG-3 is now the preferred method used for developing the scheduled maintenance tasks and intervals which will be acceptable to Regulatory authorities.
Quality Auditing – Reporting & Root Cause Analysis – Essentials – 1 Day – Johannesburg, South Africa, June 22nd
Introduction The purpose of this training is to identify best practice techniques and behaviours to support the delivery of effective audits. The delegate will consider practices to determine the root causes of identified issues. Consideration will be given to developing high quality reports, meeting professional standards and clearly communicating the need to oblige the business…
Aviation SMS Hazard Identification and Risk Analysis – 1 Day – Johannesburg, South Africa, June 23rd
INTRODUCTION This course is not intended to be entry level and it is expected that you are quite familiar with the theory regarding Safety Management and understand the concept that SMS is a specific approach to managing safety, including the full accountability procedures processes and policies within the framework of an organisational structures.
For more details please see https://sassofia.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Aviation Quality Auditing Train the Trainer, Joburg, Johannesburg, Logistics & Stores Inspection, MSG-3, Part 145, part M, Production Planning, Quality Auditing, Regulatory training