EASA Part 147 TNA Considerations

Sofema Aviation Services www.sassofia.com takes a deep dive into the TNA Process. TNA Background & Purpose The role of the training needs analysis (TNA) is to assess the gap between the knowledge and skills which the trainee currently possesses (Generic within the group) against the knowledge and skills which they will require to perform safe…

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(EC) Regulation 965/2012 Training (Large AC – Air Carrier) course is scheduled for December in Dusseldorf, Germany

Sofema Aviation Services is pleased to announce (EC) Regulation 965/2012 Training (Large AC – Air Carrier) Training Course in Dusseldorf, Germany Benefit from up to 25% off with Multi-Delegate Discount! Read more about our Discount options About the course: (EC) Regulation 965/2012 Training (Large AC – Air Carrier) in Dusseldorf – 2 days Dates: 9-10 December 2019 Venue: Lindner Hotel,…

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Join SAS in a 2-week training session this December in Dusseldorf and pick the courses you need

Sofema Aviation Services invites you to a 2-week training session in Germany this December! Dates: 9-20 December 2019 Venue: Dusseldorf, Germany Benefit from an Early-Bird Discount - up to 30% off the regular price The training session includes: (EC) Regulation 9652012 Training (Large AC – Air Carrier) – 2 Days Dates: 9-10 December 2019 Price: 675 USD Venue: Lindner…

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SofemaOnline delivered a presentation at the MRO Europe 2019 event at London

SofemaOnline team together with AETS-Sofema attended Europe’s leading conference and exhibition where airlines, MROs, suppliers, OEMs, regulators, lessors, and industry experts converge to explore and define the aviation maintenance industry! MRO Europe enabled attendees to meet key decision-makers under one roof and is the leading destination for airlines to learn about, test and purchase new…

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Sofema Aviation Services performed two sessions for Wizz Air in Hungary delivered by Dobrica Vincic

Dobrica Vincic well experienced and exceptionally responsible instructor had the pleasure to deliver four courses in two sessions for Wizz Air company. From the very beginning of the sessions until the end their success was imminent. The courses are structured, well organised and some of the aspect covered for each training are respectively: EASA Regulatory…

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Totally successful EASA Airport SMS session was performed by Andrei Iana on behalf of SAS in Romania

Andrei Iana – an ambitious and apparently rather promising instructor was glad to deliver EASA Airport SMS Overview & Recurrent – 2 days for sixteen delegates from different companies for the period of 28th till 29th of October 2019. The training Session Covered the following subjects: All the attendees achieved a detailed understanding of the process…

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EASA Compliant Advanced Quality Auditing Recurrent training is scheduled for December at SAS Training Academy, Sofia

Sofema Aviation Services is pleased to invite you to EASA Compliant Advanced Quality Auditing Recurrent – 2 Days Dates: 3-4 December 2019 Venue: SAS Training Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria Price: 645 USD Benefit from up to 30% off when you register by November 1st 2019. Read more about our Discount options   Being able to support…

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Ensuring the Integrity of EASA Aircraft Technical Records – Correcting Errors & Omissions

Sofema Aviation Services www.sassofia.com takes an Overview of Best Practice Technical Records Management Processes. Brief Introduction to EASA Regulatory Requirement Concerning Correctness of Entries The regulations concerning the correction of Aircraft Technical Records are very straightforward and leads to no miss understanding, however, it is still necessary to develop the information, to ensure that different…

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Quality Auditing of Aviation EASA – GCAA Safety Management Systems

Discussion Paper by Sofema Aviation Services (www.sassofia.com) Introduction There are many misconceptions and misunderstandings regarding aviation Safety Management Systems (SMS) and Quality Management Systems (QMS). The following is intended to hopefully clear up this misunderstanding: a) QMS and SMS – Offers many common methods and techniques, but provides different outcomes and objectives; b) Sufficient competent…

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