Regulatory Auditing Techniques Training Course
10 November 2017
A different class! This Friday morning, the participants of the “Regulatory Auditing Techniques Training Course” were not typically sitting in a classroom listening to an instructor. Instead, they were in the restaurant area, working on a group assignment, while drinking coffee and eating “stroopwafels” (a typical Dutch sweet). As a Dutch person would say: “gezellig, he?”. A very relaxing and interactive way to keep learning after some full days of intensive training.
What is the course about?
This course takes four days and is designed to enable regulators to develop auditing processes to suit a broad range of regulatory auditing activities relating to Aerodromes, Flight Operations, Aircraft Maintenance, Training Organisations, etc. It is based on EASA regulations and the ICAO oversight model.
Upon return to their organisations, participants should have the knowledge to develop auditing processes that will act in full support of the oversight process, providing the regulatory organisation with the necessary facts that support approval, certification, or licensing decision making.
Who should take the course?
Those responsible for undertaking any form of regulatory audit or inspection activity and regulatory staff at all levels, who are responsible for planning and managing oversight activities, will benefit from attending this course.
The next session of this training takes place from 4 to 7 December 2017, in London, and there are still seats available. After that, another session takes place from 3 to 6 April 2018, in the Netherlands. For registering or getting more information, please visit our website via the link: https://jaato.com/courses/12/