Regulatory

Reality Check! 

RCA should be conducted at a point where informed conclusions can be made, and realistic action plans formulated. In this way the process has the potential to drive real change in the short, medium and longer term.

SofemaOnline (www.sofemaonline.com) looks at the Root Cause Analysis (RCA) process

Introduction

Is RCA used for negative or positive purposes? In fact, often it is used in connection with negative reviews – means something has gone wrong and we are attempting to get to the bottom of it!

RCA can also be useful as a means to identify and promote positive outcomes and aspects which may not necessarily be a “finding” but which are however identified as an “opportunity” during specific audits.

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Steven Bentley CEO of Sofema Aviation Services www.sassofia.com and SofemaOnline www.sofemaonline.com is pleased to provide guidance on completing the online exams.

We Want you to Win!

From our data we know that 1 or 2 persons in 100 give up, but that is 1 or 2 too many – we do not want anyone to give up!

We deliberately allow 4 months to access the material because it is not a race and we want you to pass!

The whole point of the training course is to focus your attention and to draw you into the whole picture.

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A Process review by SofemaOnline (www.sofemaonline.com

Background 

Continuous improvement (CI) is an ongoing effort aimed at delivering improvements to the existing business process. It is important to note that CI is not just a “Top Down” approach. In fact, CI works best in an environment of a positive culture prepared to accept change.

When we talk about Continuous Improvements, we are typically emphasizing a positive change in the area of:

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A Process review by SofemaOnline (www.sofemaonline.com

Background 

Continuous improvement (CI) is an ongoing effort aimed at delivering improvements to the existing business process. It is important to note that CI is not just a "Top Down" approach. In fact, CI works best in an environment of a positive culture prepared to accept change.

When we talk about Continuous Improvements, we are typically emphasizing a positive change in the area of:

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SofemaOnline (www.sofemaonline.com) looks at the challenges which an auditor faces when searching for non-conformities.

Introduction

Compliance Auditing is typically charged with meeting the challenge of ensuring that the organisation always remains fully compliant with both internal and external obligations.

Aviation is a complex environment and the challenge of staying fully aligned with the EASA regulations at all levels requires a proactive approach to maintaining a full understanding of all the applicable regulatory obligations.

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