If you have been nominated to hold responsibility for crew training in a commercial air transport operator then you will need to demonstrate to the ‘Competent Authority’ that you have the necessary qualifications and experience. The Competent Authority will ask for a resume and may conduct an interview. You will need to show that you understand the regulations in that interview but, more importantly, you will need to be able to refer to the regulations in your daily work so that you can be confident that the training you provide is complaint with all applicable regulations.
After attending this course you will understand the regulatory requirements for the training of flight and cabin crew in a commercial air transport operator and will be able to use the Regulations to find the information you need in your daily work.
Who should attend?
The seminar is aimed at people who have, or have been nominated to have, responsibility for crew training in a commercial air transport operation (airline or charter operator). The course may also be useful for personnel from non-commercial aircraft operators, training organisations, inspectors and auditors.
The content of the training can be tailored to suit your particular needs but would typically include:
- The European regulatory system;
- Structure and applicability of the European regulations, especially for air operations and aircrew;
- Licences and ratings for flight crew;
- Initial flight crew training requirements: The ‘operators conversion course’;
- Recurrent flight crew training;
- Proficiency checks;
- Use of flight simulation training devices;
- Upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT);
- Training for specific approvals (PBN, RVSM, LVO etc.)
- Cabin Crew Training (overview);
- The crew training manual (OM Part ‘D’);
- Record keeping;
- Safety Management;
- Compliance monitoring;
- The role of the Competent Authority.
The course runs over two days, lasting for approximately 6 hours each day (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 £2720. 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) .