This workshop replaces the earlier Nominated Postholder (EU OPS) Maintenance Training Course.
The Management System for an AOC holder’s Maintenance System requires fully effective processes. The Nominated Person for Continuing Airworthiness is responsible for a wide range of safety critical processes.
As such, the workshop will provide training in Management approaches and techniques in order to achieve effective Operations. It is an industry specific 3 day program designed for Air Operations Management Team personnel and specifically tailored for the Nominated Person for the Continuing Airworthiness.
The workshop 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.
The following subjects will be addressed:
NOTE: Participants should bring a laptop (tablets are unsuitable) to the workshop and it would be beneficial for them to have access to their company manuals during the course.
This course aims to provide case-based training in management approaches and management techniques to facilitate a fully effective maintenance and supporting the achievement of operational and business objectives.
The various EASA Air Operations Management Team Workshops each facilitate a dedicated target group, however, in case you attended such 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 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.
• Nominated Persons for Continuing Airworthiness and their deputies• Competent Authority staff
A desire to learn about the responsibilities of being the Nominated Person for the Continuing Airworthiness
Participants need to bring a laptop or a device with a USB stick portal, as some of the material used in class will be provided on a stick. Also, it would be beneficial for them to have access to their company manuals during the course.
3 days starting at 09:00 and ending at 17:00 on the first 2 days, and ending at 15:00 on the 3rd day to allow for exams.