Key aviation training set for Kigali
Only twenty places will be available for a certification course offered by AVIASSIST Foundation, when between November 18-20 the subject of “Airworthiness” is being discussed, dissected and fully
Only twenty places will be available for a certification course offered by AVIASSIST Foundation, when between November 18-20 the subject of “Airworthiness” is being discussed, dissected and fully explored before the participants will get a globally-recognized certificate of participation on the subject.
The main theme of the event was named as: Understand, apply & audit airworthiness.
The course features all aspects of airworthiness from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standards and leading regulators such as the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the US FAA. The rules are explained in general terms but the fundamental principles are also detailed which will allow greater benefit from the course. The course addresses the key aspects of design, construction, maintenance and operation of aircraft across a wide spectrum of technologies met in aerospace.
Subjects taught during the three-day course will include:
• Initial airworthiness certification
• Main regulatory regimes
• Verification and validation
• Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs)
• Organisational approvals
• Just culture
• Auditing techniques
• Auditing techniques role plays
• Occurence reporting
• Human factors
• Continuous & continuing airworthiness
The instructors for the course are Harry Buimer & Rik van Zwol who will take participants through this three-day intensive learning experience. The course will be of particular value to suppliers, operators, MRO staff, manufacturers and civil aviation authorities who are concerned with the continuing airworthiness and/or certification of aircraft and their systems and therefore of crucial importance to enhance competence and skills.