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Sofema Online takes a look at the process by which an organisation can engage with activities related to enabling Performance Coaching.

What is a Performance Coach?

First, to consider the role of Leaders & Managers, Leaders typically share their visions and drive the business process to reach the goal whilst Managers strive to deliver results by exerting controls within an organisational business structure and within an agreed budget.

The role of a “Performance Coach” is to engage with the client and encourage the client to reach a conclusion without the coach providing your interpretation of events or giving directions. The whole point of coaching is for the client to reach their own conclusions and understandings and to determine their own actions.

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Sofema Online considers the process to manage competence following the transition from EASA Part M Subpart G Obligations to EASA Part CAMO Obligations


EASA first identified a requirement to manage competence within the EASA Part M CAMO environment in February 2010 regulation 127/210 this was then updated with  Regulation (EU) 2015/1536 - see the following:

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Sofema Online - SOL ( offers updated information concerning the issue of ARC,s for CAO applicable aircraft in accordance with Annex VD (PART-CAO) (EU) 2019/1383 (Amended by (EU) 2020/270).


Part-MG, Part-MF or Part-145 approval certificate should amend their exposition/ manual and associated procedures where applicable to account for changes introduced by Regulation (EU) 2019/1383 and 2020/270.

For that purpose, below is a non-exhaustive list of some of the main changes:

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Presented by Sofema Aviation Services

ANNEX VD (PART-CAO) (EU) 2019/1383 (Amended by (EU) 2020/270

Notification of Forthcoming Training in the Following Subjects:

o   Part CAMO
o   Part CAMO SMS
o   Part CAO Including Quality Auditing & Airworthiness Review

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SofemaOnline considers an effective process for measuring the effectiveness of Aviation Training Programs

Introduction to Measuring the Effectiveness of a Training Program

Aviation Organizations develop training programs for a range of reasons:

a) Mandatory Requirement
b) Related to Performance Problems
c) Improvement related to poor work quality and motivation

Aviation Business Training Program Delivery

The organisation develops these goals for the training and then measure the effectiveness of these training in meeting the requirements.

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