SOL introduces “Online” Regulatory Questions and Answers Blog

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What do we mean when we talk about Online Training?

Online Training also known as Distance Learning is gaining in popularity as it provides a convenient and effective learning medium. Compressed video, delivered through a Learning Management System LMS is one of the fastest growing learning processes currently being employed.

How to ensure Quality of Instruction?

Quality of instruction is an important consideration to be addressed with on-line learning programs. The content should be continually reviewed and every endeavour made to improve based on user experience and feedback.

What is important about the role of the Instructor?

The role of the instructor is of immense importance in ensuring and maintaining the effectiveness of the training product, a significant amount of preparation is required to ensure the course covers all relevant material to the correct depth, questions regarding clarification are difficult to ask during an online course so the less ambiguity which is introduced the better.

Where can I undertake EASA Regulatory Compliant Training? (SOL) offers EASA regulatory compliant training including 3 very popular recurrent training courses for Maintenance Human Factors Recurrent, Fuel Tank Safety Phase II  Recurrent and EWIS Recurrent for Groups 1 & 2 

What standards is the EASA compliant recurrent training develop against? 

SOL courses are compliant with all relevant legislation including UK CAA Document CAP 716 and EASA Directive Annex I to ED Decision 2009-006-R 

Annex 1 of Decision 2009-007-R 

Are there any other relevant documents for Aviation online regulatory training?

Yes, the following documents should also be considered in respect of EWIS Regulatory online training which covers a detailed understanding of the specific requirements. Effective: 05/09/2008 Ref AMC 20-21 AMC 20-22 AMC 20-23 Annex III to ED Decision 2008/007/R of 29/08/2008.

What is the advantage of taking EASA compliant online training courses?

The primary advantages of online training concern cost and availability. The trainings may be taken at any time, with an additional advantage of allowing the student the ability to print out the certificate on completion of the end of course examination.

Email support is always available and when required additional support can be given including where appropriate the possibility of a 1 on 1 with an instructor via Skype.

Sofema Aviation Services the operator of has provided training to more than 1500 delegates during 2013.

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