This comprehensive 5-day course is based on the EU Aerodrome Regulation No. 139/2014, relating to the Certification and Oversight of aerodromes, and is designed for National Authorities wishing to set up and manage an effective Aerodrome Certification and Oversight process. It is also of benefit to Aerodrome management and staff who need to understand the regulation and establish the necessary management systems and compliance monitoring process in compliance with the regulation.
The course will introduce participants to the required Aerodrome regulatory oversight approaches, the difference between Aerodrome initial and on-going regulatory oversight and the use of auditing techniques in relation to the formal Certification of Aerodromes with regulatory requirements, together with the necessary risk-based on-going oversight and approval of changes.
The course will also address the development and implementation of the necessary regulatory Management System and associated processes together with supporting documented procedures.
The course will utilize an Aerodrome case study in relation to which participants will plan and undertake the necessary activities relating to Certification and on-going oversight, including changes to Aerodrome infrastructure and operations.
By the end of this 5-day course attendees should have:
This training course is designed for Regulatory managers and Aerodrome inspectors who need to understand and implement an effective Aerodrome Certification and on-going oversight process based on the Implementing Rules, using best practice management system principles and auditing techniques.
The course will also be of benefit to Aerodrome management, Safety Managers, Quality Managers, Aerodrome Operations Managers, and compliance monitoring staff.
Attendees should have an understanding of the Implementing Rules relating to both the roles and responsibilities of Competent [National] Authorities and Aerodromes.
Participants are kindly requested to bring a laptop to the course to access course material which will only be provided in electronic format.
5 days, starting at 09.00 each day and ending at approx 17.00 on the last day.