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EASA Aircrew Licensing Training Course (EU) 1178/2011 and Amending Regulations
This three-day course covers all the requirements laid down by EC Reg 1178/2011 in an interactive and intuitive manner. The course is divided between instructional modules and practical group exercises, assisting the delegate to develop an in-depth knowledge of the regulation.
This course may be combined with the NAA Inspector - EASA Aircrew Licensing Training Course, as the first days of this course cover the same subjects.
Note: Bringing a laptop to the training venue is a must, once part of the training material will be provided electronically - access to a laptop is required for some important elements of the course.
- History of European aviation regulations
- General overview of the Basic Regulation and its applicability.
- General overview of European Commission (aviation) regulations and the position of EC Regulation 1178/2011 Air Crew therein.
- Rulemaking process
- EC Reg 1178/2011 Aircrew – Structure
- EC Reg 1178/2011 Aircrew - Cover regulation
- Annex I – Part FCL (Flight Crew Licensing)
- Annex II – Conditions for the conversion of existing national licences and ratings for aeroplanes and helicopters
- Annex III - Conditions for the acceptance of licences issued by or on behalf of third countries
- Annex VI – Part MED
- Annex V - Qualification of cabin crew involved in commercial air transport operations (part cc)
- Annex VI – Authority Requirements for Aircrew (Part ARA)
- Annex VII – Organisation requirements for Aircrew (Part ORA)
To familiarize participants with the requirements of the EC Regulation Aircrew (1178/2011).
After this course, the participants should be able to:
- Identify the relevant parts of the regulation pertaining to their specific roles within their organisations.
- Reconcile the EC Regulation with the relevant parts of the EASA published AMC & GM.
- Prepare for a regulatory oversight visit to their organisation with the confidence developed from an increased knowledge of the regulation.
Who should take this course
- Management and staff members from Approved Training Organisations.
- Management and staff from organisations seeking an ATO approval.
- Pilots and Cabin Crew from Air Operators with a desire to learn about the training process for licensing.
- Any other interested industry personnel.
- Flight Operations Inspectors from NAA’s and external auditors.
- A desire to get an understanding of basic structure and content of the Air Crew regulation.
- Note: Participants are kindly requested to bring their laptop to the training venue. Part of the training material will be provided electronically and access to this information is required for some elements of the course.
Three days, starting at 0900 on the first day, and finishing at approximately 15:30 on the last day.