Commission Regulation (EU) 965/2012 known as ‘the Aircrew Regulation’ governs most types of aircraft operations within the 32 EASA member states, including airlines, charter operators, no-commercial and specialised operators (‘aerial work’). As well as operational rules that regulate how aircraft must be operated the regulation also stipulates ‘organisational requirements’ for aircraft operators and national aviation authorities.
After attending this course you will understand the applicability and structure of the Air Operations Regulation and will be able to find the information you need in your daily work.
Who should attend?
The seminar is aimed at personnel from Airlines and other aircraft operators. The course is also useful for inspectors and auditors.
The content of the training can be tailored to suit your particular needs but would typically include:
- Overview of international standards for air operations;
- The European regulatory system;
- Structure of the European regulations;
- Applicability of the regulations;
- Implementing Rules, Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material;
- Management System Requirements;
- Requirements for particular types of operations (e.g. commercial air transport, non-commercial operations or specialised operations etc.);
- The role of EASA and the ‘Competent Authority’.
The course runs for approximately 6 hours including coffee breaks and a lunch break.
As the client you may choose to attend the McKechnie training facility in West Sussex or we can deliver the training at your own headquarters or training location.
The cost of a private seminar for up to 6 delegates at our facility in West Sussex (close to Gatwick Airport) is £2040. This includes lunch and refreshments.
If you would like the course to be delivered at your premises then we will make an additionally charge for travel time and costs.
To make a booking or for further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or ‘phone (+44 (0) 1293 387365) .