Continuous and regulatory training
Under EASA regulations, mandatory initial and refresher training, for aircraft maintenance positions.
These training courses are grouped into 4 categories:
- Human factors (HF): raising awareness of aviation accidents/incidents caused by human error,
- Fuel tank safety (CDCCL): raising awareness of risks related to the presence of kerosene on board aircraft (on ground and in flight),
- EWIS: 8 course categories according to the position. Aircraft-specific electrical accreditation,
- PART 145 Regulations: raising awareness of processes governing aviation safety within an EASA maintenance organization.
These training courses are mandatory and require follow-up and refresh courses every 2 years.
List of our trainings:
Allow participants to apply with the EASA regulations regarding the theoretical and practical training of aircraft mechanics, from the perspective of both the training organisation and the certifier....
Allow participants to apply with EASA regulations regarding the theoretical and practical training of aircraft mechanics, from the perspective of both the training organisation and the certifier. Allo...
provides participants with an understanding of the PART-21 regulatory requirements, regarding design, production and the certification expected by the authorities.Carry out actions in accordance with...
Enable participants to familiarize themselves with PART-M regulatory requirements (EASA requirements on commercial air transport - from the perspective of both certification authorities and operators)...
Acquire detailed knowledge of Part-145 Commission Regulation (EU) No. 1321/2014 with Sections A and B and related AMC/GM in order to facilitate its understanding.
Airworthiness regulations FRA-21
Understand the requirements of FRA-21 Subparts G, J and Z and have knowledge of the regulations applicable to aircraft. Make sure that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements. Ca...
CDCCL / Fuel Tank Safety
Results of the investigation conducted by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in the USA following the accident of flight TWA 800 highlighted discrepancies in the technical data; the purpo...
Understand the nature of human error and make recommendations for the practical implementation within organisations of the new requirements of PART/FRA-145. Provide guidance in the drafting of procedu...