Do you want to become a Part 147 / Part 145 / Part M Instructor? See our EASA Continuing Airworthiness Instructor Diploma

Instructor solDo you want to make a move into a Training Environment?

Sofema Online provides an online solution to guide you through the way to becoming a Part 147 / Part 145 / Part M Instructor:
EASA Continuing Airworthiness Instructor Learning Diploma

Who is the Diploma suitable for?

The program is appropriate for everyone who has a background in an aviation maintenance environment with either a relevant Degree or Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licence.

Which courses are included in the Diploma?

The EASA Continuing Airworthiness Instructor Learning Diploma contains 10 separate online courses:

  • » Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance (HF) – Initial with VO
  • » EASA Part 145 Initial Training
  • » EASA Part 147 Regulatory Training – Foundation
  • » Part 66 Foundation
  • » Part M Effective Mar 2020 – For Large Aircraft with VO
  • » EASA Continuing Airworthiness Instructor – Train the Trainer
  • » EASA Part 145 / Part 147 Supervisor & Assessor Training Skills Development
  • » Aviation Leadership and Management Skills Development – Public Speaking
  • » Aviation SMS Foundation with VO
  • » Delivering an Effective Mentoring Program in Aviation Operations & Maintenance & Leadership

Each one of the courses is certificated and upon completion of all of them, you will be eligible to receive a Hard Copy Diploma.
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After successful completion of the program, you will have the opportunity to start a career as an Aviation Technical Instructor Part 147 / Part 145 / Part M and be able to:

  • » Demonstrate knowledge of current procedures in the Aviation field
  • » Contribute to the development and maintenance of approved aviation maintenance curricula and syllabi
  • » Display willingness to receive input and undergo an internal review of processes and procedures used in the classroom
  • » Demonstrate ability to multitask and respond to deadlines in a timely manner
  • » Demonstrate ability to use appropriate teaching techniques to engage groups of students in different activities simultaneously
  • » Demonstrate ability to apply appropriate testing and grading procedures, including proper maintenance of grade books/manuals and any other appropriate record-keeping
  • » Demonstrate ability to monitor students’ use of supplies, materials, and equipment
  • » Demonstrate ability to advise and counsel students, and maintain appropriate advisement records on each student
  • » Attend meetings as required and appropriate
  • » Observe and enforce FAA/EASA compliance requirements for approved programs
  • » Assist with student recruitment and job placement as requested by the supervisor
  • » Serve on committees as requested by supervisors

How to sign up for the Instructor Diploma?

You can register at the DIploma page here or contact [email protected] for further details or group enrollments.

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