February 13, 2024


Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com is pleased to share that the Statistical Analysis for AMP & Reliability Engineers training was completed by delegates from Ryanair

The course was carried out as a webinar by the experienced SAS instructor Rustom Sutaria.

What is the Statistical Analysis for AMP & Reliability Engineers training about?

This course is designed to equip participants with a hands-on understanding of the statistical mathematics that underpins the analysis of aircraft maintenance reliability. During the workshop, attendees will consider mathematical problems. Upon training completion, they will possess the skills necessary to analyze data for making critical decisions related to the effectiveness of maintenance programs, the development of specific tasks, and the reliability of components. Additionally, they will gain the ability to demonstrate compliance with AMC4 CAMO.A.305(g). See details

Get to know the instructor

Rus is a graduate of Kingston University B.Eng. (Hons.) with a degree in Aerospace Engineering. He has more than 20 years of experience in aircraft engineering and maintenance, 15 of which have been spent working for various high-profile aviation businesses in Technical Services functions. From 1997 onwards he worked with a number of influential aviation businesses such as Monarch Aircraft Engineering & Maintenance as an Aviation Technical Services Specialist.

Rus is a seasoned aviation professional with a track record in technical services functions and aviation training services from within the arenas of Quality, Safety & Airworthiness. He has been engaged by a portfolio of high-profile aviation clients ranging from leading aviation training businesses, general aviation, major blue-chip international companies, aircraft operators, and major international airlines & airports. The instructor has completed a wide variety of aviation projects – Learn more about Rus

About Ryanair

Ryanair, established in 1984, is an Irish ultra-low-cost airline with its main office located in Swords, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Its primary hubs are Dublin and London Stansted airports. Ryanair Group operates more than 400 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with a single 737-700 used as a charter aircraft, as a backup, and for pilot training. The airline’s network extends across 40 countries in Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.

About Sofema Aviation Services

Since 2008 our company provides a clear understanding of the regulatory environment and acts as an enabler to help organisations focus on organisational performance with the understanding that Regulatory Compliance is a step on the journey and not the destination. Over the years we have helped many thousands of aviation professionals gain a deep understanding of both the regulatory environment as well as competence-building vocational training. Since our start, we have had over 85,000 enrollments.

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