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This Initial Training is intended to inform and guide you with respect to Human Factors in the aviation industry. This course will cover all the requirements needed to satisfy the requirements of EASA145.A.30 (e). Subjects include refresher presentations on human factors in general, the regulations, the implications of error, safety culture, human limitations, methods of communication and avoiding and managing error. Human Factors recurrent training is a  requirement for all EASA Part 145 / Part 21 and Part M approved organisations.     Read More

This training will explain the basic safety information when working in an airside environment. By the end of this course, you will understand the key facts on airport safety, understand the general hazards and risks that are involved in an airside environment - and recognise some of the major control measures that are in place to safeguard against these.  Note: The course does not cover in detail your duties on the airfield, you will need specific training from your company for this as each company and airport is subtly different.  Read More

This manual handling training course meets the needs of anyone lifting or carrying loads at work. The course translates across all working sectors, all age groups, and forms part of the employer's health and safety statutory requirement. You will complete the course with an understanding of the regulations as well as practical knowledge of lifting and moving, you will be able to identify potential hazards and risks and determine the safest method of manual handling, without injury.  Read More

Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS) initial training courses to cover Target Groups 1 - 2 as specified by Annex III to ED Decision 2008/007/R of 29/08/2008 AMC 20-22. Groups 1 - 2 are personnel who perform wiring systems maintenance and their training is based on their job description and the work being done by them (e.g. avionics skilled workers or technicians cat A, B1 and B2. They perform maintenance on aircraft that may require removal / re-connection of electrical connective devices Read More

Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS) refresher training courses to cover Target Groups 3 - 5 as specified by Annex III to ED Decision 2008/007/R of 29/08/2008 AMC20-22. Groups 3 - 5 are qualified staff performing general maintenance/inspections not involving wire maintenance (LRU change is not considered wire maintenance). They perform maintenance on aeroplanes that may require removal/reconnection of electrical connective devices (e.g. inspectors/technicians cat A or B1). The course also covers qualified staff performing other engineering or planning work on in-service aeroplanes and are personnel who are authorised to design mechanical/structure, systems installations, modifications and repairs, or personnel who are authorised to plan maintenance tasks.   Read More

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