In particular, Approved organisations should ensure they have appropriately trained staff within their organisations to undertake compliance monitoring & auditing activities in relation to their activities to ensure continued compliance and approval.
The Auditing Techniques course in relation to Flight Crew Licensing provides training in auditing techniques required to be used by both the Competent (Regulatory) Authority Inspector and auditing staff within ATOs. The objective is to provide a thorough understanding of the auditing tasks for both the NAA inspector and auditing staff from ATOs. This course concentrates specifically on the complexities of auditing in relation to Part FCL:
• Part-FCL Inspector auditing responsibilities • Compliance Monitoring Managers' responsibilities • Introduction/Scope Definitions • Overview of the Audit Process • Auditing, Audit Planning, Audit Preparation, Audit Report, and Audit Follow-up
• Categorisation of Findings
FCL inspectors from National Aviation Authorities and auditing staff from ATOs
Basic understanding of the EASA Air Crew Regulation, no previous knowledge of auditing is required.
Participants are kindly requested to bring a laptop to the course to access course material which will only be provided in electronic format.
3 days (starting at 9:00, finishing at 17.00).