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EASA Airworthiness Regulations - Essentials for Support Staff

Course Provider
Baines Simmons
Posted
05 April 2013
Ref
TR23
Location
Baines Simmons Aviation Safety Academy, Surrey
Training Area
Air Safety, Safety Management, Maintenance, Management, CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) Compliance
Course fee
£425 + VAT

Further information

This general level course is aimed at filling the gap of regulatory understanding for those working in the aviation industry within supporting roles in a Part 21, Part M or Part 145 environment and who indirectly work to ensure the airworthiness of civil aircraft. It is designed to raise awareness of the objectives of the regulations and their significance to all staff in the safety system. Completing this course will assist you to:  Have enhanced awareness of your individual role responsibilities in the regulatory context  Have improved confidence in identifying risk and questioning potential risk situations  Make more informed decisions through increased appreciation of the company CAME, MOE, and associated procedures  Enhance organisational safety gained from a greater understanding of the regulations
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