The Management System for an AOC holder’s Flight Operations requires fully effective processes. The Accountable Manager is ultimately responsible for safety. They are responsible for ensuring that sufficient funds are available to run the operation to the required standards and that the management of the organization is structured and staffed with suitably qualified Heads of Functional areas.
This course is an industry-specific 2-day program designed for Air Operations Management Team personnel and specifically tailored for the Accountable Manager. It will provide training in Management approaches and techniques, in order to achieve effective Flight and Ground Operations.
The seminar is highly interactive and promotes practices that have become benchmarks in the industry. It serves as preparation for authority interviews and is also a platform for exchanging experiences with peers in a confidential environment.
NOTE: It would be beneficial to have access to your company manuals as you may need to use these during the course.
The following subjects will be addressed:
NOTE: The various EASA Air Operations Management Team Workshops each facilitate a dedicated target group, however, in case you attended such a course previously and wish to attend a similar course targeted at a different field of expertise, please be aware that apart from the dedicated information, duplication of information may occur. Note however that such information is delivered in line with the relevant target group.
When in doubt about whether attending a similar training for another target group is beneficial, please feel free to contact us explaining your job position and we will advise.
To get an understanding of the Management Team responsibilities related to the requirements in Air Operations regulations for Europe and especially of those related to the position of Accountable Manager
A desire to learn about the responsibilities and challenges of being the Accountable Manager.
For this training participants require access to a recent version of the IATA Airport Handling Manual (AHM). Participants are therefore responsible to secure access to - or purchasing - their own version for use during the training.
2 days starting at 09:00 and ending at 17:00 on the first day, and ending at 16:30 on the 2nd day.