EASA Compliant Quality Assurance Recurrent for EASA Part 147 Quality Managers and Auditors


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Brochure ButtonThe aim of this EASA Compliant Quality Assurance Recurrent for EASA Part 147 Quality Managers and Auditors is to consider the Key elements required to organise the Compliance Audit System processes to both ensure compliance and to deliver maximum effectiveness within a Part 147 environment.

To re-enforce a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for the QA  system including an understanding of the different types of audit applicable for each area together with how the Quality Audit and Quality Control Process integrate within the overall Management System Process. 

To consider in-depth Compliance Management Auditing and to raise an understanding of the various roles of a quality system within the organisation. To focus on effective identification of the need to perform root cause analysis of the discrepancies, and to take positive action.

To place a clear priority on best practice management within a strong quality assurance “compliance-based” system. An essential element then of benefiting from this training is to focus on the issues, how they relate to our workplace, and what we need to do to address them. 


 Q WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF THIS TRAINING - WHAT WILL I LEARN?


a)To be able to explain the key elements required to organise the organisation’s Part 145 & 147 Quality Assurance System processes to both ensure compliance and to deliver maximum effectiveness.
b) Understand the regulations which deliver the 145 & 147 Quality Audit Requirements.
c) To consider in-depth Compliance Management Auditing and to raise an understanding of the various roles of a quality system within the organisation.
d) Ability to focus on effective identification of root cause analysis and promotion of positive action.
e) To be able to place a clear priority on best practice management within a strong quality assurance “compliance-based” system.
f) Understand techniques to focus on the organisational issues during the audit including the relationship within the workplace and responsibility to address issues.
g) Understanding how an effective Quality Assurance system can support the effectiveness of the organisation.


 Q CONTENTS


1.Abbreviations and Terms
2.EASA Part 147 Regulatory overview
3.EASA Post Holder Responsibilities and Relationships
4.Considering the Basics
5.Quality Audit Fundamentals - Compliance Audits/System Audits/Process - Audits/Product Audits/Surveillance Audits.
6.Considering EASA Quality Auditor Competencies
7.How to Effectively Determine Compliance
8. Quality Review & Delivery of Effective Audits
9.Advanced Quality Audit Techniques
10.Understanding the Psychology of an Aviation Auditee
11.EASA Part 147 Section 3 Quality Control and Audit Processes
12.Audit Checklists Management, Development and Validation - Use of Checklists during the Audit
13.Auditing for Process Effectiveness
14.Practical Understanding of the Role of Root Cause
15.Managing Root Cause Processes including Analysis
16.Creating an Audit Schedule
17.Understanding Hazard Identification and Risk Management
18.Dealing with Situations Arising During the Audit/Communication
19.Managing Meetings to Open and Close the Audit
20.Effective Report Writing
21.Creating Corrective Actions
22.Management Evaluation - How to Ensure Effectiveness Considering the Role of the Quality Assurance Function


 Q 
TARGET GROUPS


Quality Assurance Professionals with existing audit experience and knowledge of aviation quality systems. New staff and other persons wishing to understand best practice techniques associated with Aviation Quality Assurance Processes are also welcome.


 Q PRE-REQUISITES


Knowledge of Part 145, Part 147 and Part 66 Aviation regulations is highly beneficial as well as a background knowledge of basic aviation auditing techniques is also an advantage.


 Q LEARNING OBJECTIVES


a) To consider the Key elements required to organise the Compliance Audit System processes to both ensure compliance and to deliver maximum effectiveness within a Part 145 and Part 147 environment.
b) To meet the needs of an Auditor working in a Part 145 & Part 147/ Part 66 organization.
c) How to identify areas which need special attention and how to focus our efforts on making sure our trainings deliver in all relevant areas.


 Q ABOUT THIS COURSE


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 2-day classroom training
Category: Quality, Safety & Security, Part 66
Price: 117.50 EUR


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