This is a competency-based course developed by JAA TO as an ICAO Standard Training Package (STP) in compliance with ICAO course development Guidelines and validated by ICAO.
Safety Management System (SMS) for Approved Maintenance Organizations (AMO) is a core ICAO-ANNEX 19 requirement. EASA is planning to introduce SMS requirements for PART-M/CAMO and PART-145 continuing airworthiness organizations. In accordance with the new rules, SMS should be implemented by 2021 for PART-M/CAMO and by 2023 for PART-145 organizations.
This course will provide Nominated Persons (NPs) and personnel responsible for the Continuing Airworthiness activities of organizations approved under PART-M, PART-CAMO and PART-145 (EASA) with the necessary knowledge, skills, attitudes and industry best practices for implementing EASA and ICAO Management System requirements.
This course is a competency-based course, and therefore highly interactive.
The overall 3 days course is set up in three modules. Each of the learning goals is a module and is supported with instruction, case studies, examples, discussions and exercises developed in order to help participants acquire the competencies needed.
Progress and learning will be assessed through exercises and tests throughout the course.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
This course is primarily developed for Nominated Persons (NPs) and personnel responsible for the Continuing Airworthiness activities of organizations approved under PART-M, PART-CAMO and PART-145 EASA implementing rules. The primary target audience will be the main responsible persons for effectively implementing the safety management requirements in accordance with ICAO and EASA rules.
The secondary target population may also benefit from this course to support, oversee, or be involved in the implementation of SMS. The secondary audience are: Accountable Managers -Executives, Heads on Safety, Quality and Compliance, Safety and Quality/Compliance Monitoring Managers, Continuing Airworthiness Managers, Airworthiness Review staff and experienced aviation safety professionals, Civil Aviation Authorities Heads and Inspectors, Aircraft Accident Investigators, Academics and researchers. The secondary target population can aid with ensuring the implementation of SMS as according to ICAO’s best practices and the ICAO/EASA SMS framework, requirements and standards.
3 years of experience in the technical domains.
Participants are kindly requested to bring a laptop to the course to access course material which will only be provided in electronic format.
This is a 3-day course, starting at 9:00 on the first day and ending at approximately 17:00 on all days.