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 purpose of these training sessions is to: specify the rules based on the accident report, raise awareness according to the regulations issued by EASA, explain the manufacturers' commitments and the research conducted on different systems.
The “FTS” course comes in two versions: Overview of Fuel Tank Safety with a duration of 3.5 hours and Initial Fuel Tank Safety with a duration of 7 hours. In both cases, the course follows the recommended EASA syllabus.
Individuals involved in maintenance operations, in or near fuel tanks. The recurrent course is intended for personnel involved in the maintenance or management of aircraft continuing airworthiness. The initial course is intended for managers, supervisors, operators, preparers and designers.
interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.
Training provided by personnel with operational experience in an aviation organisation and/or within an Authority capable of providing feedback in the field concerned.