Aviation Training Specialist

We offer specially tailored courses to meet the individual needs of a company. The courses may cover a vast range of technical issues , and include special courses for administrative personnel.

  • Aircraft Fuel Tank Safety – Phase 1 in accordance to AMC 145.a.30 and 145.b.10
  • Aircraft Fuel Tank Safety – Phase 2 in accordance to AMC 145.a.30 and 145.b.10
  •  Airworthiness Training Course
  • Aviation Auditor (Auditing Techniques)
  • Basic Airworthiness Inspector Course
  •  Compare_ISO 9001_AS9100c Course
  • Crew Resources Management (CRM) Initial and Continuation
  •   CS-25 Large Aerplane Certification Training Course
  • Dangerous Goods Training Course – Initial training

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Acquire knowledge of the EASA regulation relating to aircraft and aircraft components.Acquire knowledge of the Part 66 requirements relating to maintenance personnel working on aircraft in service.Acquire knowledge of the basic requirements of Part 147 approved training organisations

  • EASA PART 66-147
  • EASA PART 145
  • EASA PART M
  • EASA PART M, subpart G for Operators and CAMOs
  • EASA PART M, subpart I for Airworthiness Review Staff
  • EASA PART 21
  • EASA PART 21, subpart G (POA)
  • EASA PART 21, subpart J (DOA)

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The training program is dedicated for the personnel directly involved in the maintenance and inspection of EWIS, identified as (i.a.w. Appendix A to the AMC 20-22)The training program also covers all requirements for personnel who are not directly involved in the maintenance and inspection of EWIS.

  •  Electrical Wire Interconnection System (EWIS) – Target group 1/2 in accordance to AMC 20-22
  • Electrical Wire Interconnection System (EWIS) – Target group 3 in accordance to AMC 20-22
  • Electrical Wire Interconnection System (EWIS) – Target group 4 in accordance to AMC 20-22
  • Electrical Wire Interconnection System (EWIS) – Target group 5 in accordance to AMC 20-22
  • Electrical Wire Interconnection System (EWIS) – Target group 6/7/8 in accordance to AMC 20-22

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Certification to the AS9100 series demonstrates your ability to meet requirements and the needs of potential customers, resulting in enhanced customer confidence and satisfaction and a competitive advantage.

  • EN 9100 Quality Management System for Aerospace Design and Production Organisations
  • EN 9110 Quality Management System for Aerospace Maintenance Organisations
  • EN 9120 Quality Management System for Aerospace Component Suppliers
  • EU OPS

The Human Factors in Maintenance Course is a unique opportunity for participants to learn and experience those key human factor principles that influence the important work we do in contributing to safety in the aviation system.

  • Human Factors in Maintenance, Initial training (ref. 145.a.30)
  • Human Factors in Maintenance, Recurrent training (ref. 145.a.30)
  •  Human Factors in Maintenance, Initial WBT (ref. 145.a.30)

The Instructional Techniques course is intended for people whose task it is to carry out training programs in their specialist area and who aim to deliver tailor-made training programs in an efficient and effective way.

  • Instructional techniques (Train the Trainer)

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he JAR-MMEL/MEL course will introduce participants to the regulatory material including JAR-MMEL/MEL, JAR-OPS, ATA Chapters. The JAR FCL Training course is an introductory course based on JAR FCL 1 for airplanes and gives participants an understanding of the content and application of licensing requirements.The JAR FSTD is specialized aircraft training services on Aviation Regulations, Safety Rules, Quality, Aviation and more.

  • JAR MMEL-MEL
  •  JAR FCL
  •  JAR FSTD
  • Recurrent Training for Auditors Training Course
    specialized aircraft training services on Aviation Regulations , Safety Rules, Quality, Aviation and more. It is designed to meet the needs of auditors
  • Regulatory framework – EASA Basic Regulation (No. 216/2008)
    The course describes the EU regulatory framework and its decision making process in civil aviation, the EASA rulemaking procedure
  • Safety Management System (SMS) and Risk Assessment
    After completion of this course, participants will be able to describe the fundamental concepts behind Safety Management Systems (SMS); select and implement
    techniques for the identification, quantification and management of hazards
  • Technical English (teaching methods: Classroom or Multimedia Based Training)
    The Technical English Course is specialized aircraft training services on Aviation Regulations, Safety Rules, Quality, Aviation and more.
  • Composite Materials (basic or advanced)
  • Welding Techniques – Familiarization course
  • Aviation Piston Engines (maintenance and repair) – Familiarization course
  • Propellers (maintenance and repair) – Familiarization course

 

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