EASA Continuing Airworthiness Instructor - Train the Trainer Initial

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Brochure ButtonThis training is specifically designed to support trained and competent "Maintenance Personnel" who have a desire and willingness to become 145 & 147 Instructor, Trainers and Mentors. If you have a willingness together with Experience, Beliefs, Knowledge, and are able to answer Questions the course will help you to understand how to engage with students.

The course serves as an introduction to the skills and techniques required across a range of areas including Part 145 HF. EWIS, FTS as well as Part 66 Basic Module and Type Rated Training (TRT).

This course will help you to understand techniques to optimize and deliver practical presentations, To focus on the development of your communication skills and to developing the course material

When we study adult learning progams we will understand that adults learn best when they can relate new information with previously learned knowledge, information, and experiences.

As instructors we should also understand fully the nature and importance of our messages and to use CFU (checking for understanding) process to ensure that the message is received.


The course is primarily focused on the needs of the 147 Instructor to be compliant with the obligation to complete Instructional Techniques Training.

The course will also be of interest to persons who are interested in becoming Aviation Technical Instructors (Both EASA Part 147 and EASA Part 145) or wishing to hone existing skills.


a) Understand the structure, composition and impact of EASA Part 147 & Part 66 Regulations

b) Considering the need for EASA 145 Organisation Training
c) Understand the Adult Learning Experience – Andragogy
d) Understand the best use of instructional tools and techniques to enhance instruction
e) Understand techniques to optimize and deliver practical presentations
f) Focus on the development of your communication skills.
g) Learn how to create a lesson plan that incorporates the range of learning activities
h) Developing effective visual aids and supporting materials
i) Developing Course Material and delivering an effective Training Needs Analysis
J) Learn how to motivate participants and to maintain attention
k) How to ensure participants active involvement throughout the training.
l) Consider group learning and collaborative learning techniques.
m) Stay up to date with industry instructional techniques
n) How to manage difficult students and topics


1. General Introduction
2. Understanding the Structure, Composition and Impact of EASA Part 147 & Part 66 Regulations
3. Considering Management Issues related to the need for EASA 145 Organisation Training
4. Management and Oversight issues related to EASA Part 147 (Type & Basic) & Part 145 Training
5. Considering the different Roles of Instructor & Assessor Theoretical & Practical
6. The Challenges of Training an Adult Group - the Adult Learning Experience – Andragogy
7. Delivering Effective Training – Personal Considerations
8. The 145 Maintenance Trainer’s Learning Path
9. Introduction to Student Learner Styles
10. Introductions Icebreakers and Warm Ups
11. Arousal & Learning - Maslow Basic Needs
12. What is Motivation – How to encourage
13. Creating a Positive Learning Atmosphere
14. Understanding the Role of Extrinsic & Intrinsic Motivation
15. Developing the Aviation Training Program – Practical Considerations
16. Organisational Safety Culture and the impact on Adult Training
17. Curriculum Design to comply with Andragogical Principles

18. Learn how to motivate participants and to maintain attention
Designing your own Presentation – Principles and Fundamentals
Communicating - Verbal & Non Verbal
Giving Feedback , How When and Where
22. Speaking in Public– Developing your Skills
23. Balancing Presentation, Motivation, Debate & Discussion
24. Relationship Management and Emotional Intelligence
25. Where do we use Coaching Skills & What is Facilitation?
26. The Use of Case Studies
27. Designing your own Course Material
28. Performing an effective Training Needs Analysis (TNA)
29. Lesson Planning
30. Why Do we have Human Factor Training?
31. Effective Instructional Strategies for Aviation Online Trainers
32. Teaching Adult Learners (Andragogy)
33. Engagement and Checking for Understanding (CFU)



This course will be of very significant benefit to potential trainers who need to have the necessary competence to deliver effective courses in the organisation.
Training Department Managers and other Training staff will also benefit from attendance to this course.


A background in an aviation maintenance environment with either a relevant Degree of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licence.


After attending this course, participants should be able to develop a company specific Training program compliant with 145 requirements for both Initial and recurrent training.


Course type: Presentation without voice over

Duration equivalent to 4-day classroom training
Category: Train the Trainer
Price: 210 EUR


This course is part of the following programs:
EASA Continuing Airworthiness Instructor Learning Diploma
Aviation Continuing Airworthiness Trainer & Assessor Initial Training Package
EASA Part 145 EWIS – FTS Instructor Training Package
EASA Part 145 Maintenance Error Train the Trainer Instructor Package


3 to 5 courses/delegates - 5%
6 to 10 courses/delegates - 10%
11 to 24 courses/delegates - 15%
25 to 49 courses/delegates - 20%
> 50 courses/delegates - 25%

For multiple courses/users discount please contact us at team@sassofia.com