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Maintenance and CAMO
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TR36: Improving your CAMO Performance - Workshop >
• 12th - 13th September 2016
Primarily suitable for: anyone who is either establishing a CAMO or has a management position within a CAMO
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TR16: Part 145 - Essentials for European Repair Stations >
• 16th September 2016
Primarily suitable for: Aircraft maintenance managers, especially in the areas of quality, planning and technical services
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TR03: EASA Part M - Successful Management for Air Operators >
• 19th - 20th September 2016 • 18th - 19th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: CAMO Quality Assurance Managers and Staff, CAMO Maintenance Programme Staff, Organisations seeking Part M subpart G approval, and Airworthiness Review Staff
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TR02: EASA Part 145 - Successfully Applying the Regulation >
• 21st - 22nd September 2016 • 20th - 21st October 2016
Primarily suitable for: Quality Assurance System Staff and Auditors, Quality Managers especially in smaller organisations, and Part 145 / Part M Applicants
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TQ02: Practical Skills for Auditors >
• 27th - 30th September 2016
Primarily suitable for: those who have limited audit experience (less than two years) in the following roles: Quality Assurance, Quality Control, Compliance Monitoring, and Newly-appointed Quality Managers
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TR71: Airworthiness Best Practice >
• 17th - 21st October 2016
Primarily suitable for: experienced aviation professionals working across the aviation industry who require an overall understanding of airworthiness and the complex interdependencies that it involves
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TR23: EASA Airworthiness Regulations - Essentials for
Support Staff >

• 24th October 2016
This course is aimed at staff (full time and contract) working in Part 21, Part M or Part 145 environments who need a basic understanding of civil aviation safety legislation, including those in: Technical Records, Stores, Purchasing, Engineering Support, Technical Training, Human Resources and Facilities Management
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TT09: Developing your Continuing Airworthiness
Management Skills >

• 25th - 27th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: anyone working in a CAMO function, in particular start up organisations or personnel joining established teams from other disciplines
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TT10: Airworthiness Review - Essential Principles and Techniques >
• 27th - 28th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: those working in an EASA Part M approved organisation
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FSTD Qualification and Operation
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TR14: EASA Part 21 Subpart G - Production Organisation Approval (POA) Essentials >
• 22nd September 2016
Primarily suitable for: new practitioners, typically: Auditors, Quality Managers (particularly from smaller organisations) and Part 21 Production Organisation Approval Applicants
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TR24: EASA Part 21 Subpart J - Understanding & Optimising Your Design Organisation Approval (DOA) >
• 27th - 28th September 2016
Primarily suitable for: Design Organisations who intend to/already hold approval for TC, STC, ETSO and Major Repairs, or who want to self-approve Minor Changes and Repairs
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TR71: Airworthiness Best Practice >
• 17th - 21st October 2016
Primarily suitable for: experienced aviation professionals working across the aviation industry who require an overall understanding of airworthiness and the complex interdependencies that it involves
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Air Ops
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TR35: EASA Air Operations Requirements - Effective
Implementation >

• 14th - 15th September 2016
Primarily suitable for: personnel responsible for delivering the new requirements into their organisation
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TS30: Effective Investigation Skills
(Air Operations/Multi-Environment) >

• 4th - 6th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: new and prospective event investigators
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TS66: Fatigue Risk Management >
• 14th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: Air Operations scheduling and rostering managers, Fatigue Safety Action Group members, Quality managers and auditors, Cabin crew managers, Crewing managers, Operations managers, Compliance monitoring managers, Chief Pilots, Safety Managers, and Safety Investigators
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TQ06: Effective Compliance Monitoring >
• 24th - 26th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: audit personnel who require an understanding of the compliance monitoring concept and require the skills to audit aviation safety management and quality systems
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Defence
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TR09: MAOS Regulations - Management Responsibilities >
• 14th September 2016
Primarily suitable for: military officers and MOD contractors
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TR10: MRP Part 145 - Successfully Applying the Maintenance
Regulation >

• 15th September 2016
Primarily suitable for: personnel with key responsibilities relating to the maintenance aspect of continuing airworthiness of UK MOD aircraft, aircraft systems or equipment
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TR81: EMAR 21 Subpart J - Successfully Applying the Requirement >
• 3rd - 4th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: personnel with key responsibilities relating to the design of military aircraft and components
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TR80: EMAR 21 Subpart G - Military Production Organisation Approval (POA) Essentials >
• 5th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: personnel with key responsibilities relating to the production of military aircraft and components
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TR84: EMAR M - Successfully Applying the Requirement >
• 31st October - 1st November 2016
Primarily suitable for: personnel with key responsibilities relating to the continuing airworthiness management of military aircraft
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Safety and Risk Management
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TS02: Practical Application of Safety Management Systems (SMS) >
• 10th - 12th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: aviation safety practitioners charged with delivering the organisation's Safety Management System
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TS90: Safety Risk Management for Professional Practitioners >
• 10th - 11th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: Accountable Managers and CEOs, Safety Managers, Safety Analysts and/or Investigators, EASA Part M/145 managers with Form 4 holder accountabilities and Members of the Safety Team, and Chief Pilots
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TS92: Introduction to Aviation Safety Data Analysis >
• 12th - 13th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: members of the safety department and managers with key safety responsibilities
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TS06: Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Control (HIRAC) >
• 13th October 2016
Primarily suitable for: personnel managing the safety system and/or those responsible for hazard and risk identification
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TS50: Implementing a Just Culture >
• 3rd October 2016
Primarily suitable for: anyone who is either interested in or tasked with implementing a Just Culture within their organisation
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