Our best-in-class training courses that are developed by UK CAA regulators; those working at the forefront of aviation regulation. Our courses are designed to help you meet – and often exceed – the latest international regulations of EASA and ICAO.
Compliance based oversight is a good starting point for a regulator to understand an entity or organisation. However, with more demands being placed on the aviation industry, compliance-based oversight may no longer be enough to fully understand the aviation safety threats and risks that exist.
This new 2-day course provides delegates with a foundation of the principles of a risk and performance-based regulatory system.
This course provides the fundamentals of how to develop and maintain an effective Security Management System concept developed by the UK CAA.
Delegates will explore SeMS and how to apply SeMS principles in the work environment, the value to an organisation having a SeMS in place, the importance of a positive culture and management commitment, the need for risk and threat identification and effective performance assurance.
This course provides an understanding of the regulatory framework associated with the operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS). Delegates will gain knowledge and an understanding of the evolving regulations and how they apply to leisure and commercial UAS operations.
Delegates will explore guidance on the requirements, operational and technical aspects and the risk-based processes underpinning the application and granting of authorisations for UAS operations.
In recognition of the challenges facing smaller organisations, this short 30-minute e-Learning course covers the principles of a Safety Management System (SMS). The e-learning modules include guidance to help you to build and maintain an effective SMS suitable for a small organisation in order to meet EASA requirements.
If you work in aviation, it is likely that you have heard of Safety Management Systems (SMS). However are you really clear on what an SMS is and what is expected of you? This short 30-minute e-Learning course provides delegates with an introductory knowledge of safety management concepts for SMS to be understood in terms of ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices.
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