EASA Part 145 SMS Compliant Initial Package SMS/HF, FTS, EWIS 1&2 with VO


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Special Initial Package for Mandatory Training Courses - Safety (SMS) & Human Factor (HF), Fuel Tank Safety and EWIS for Groups 1&2 fully compliant with EASA GM1 145.A.30 (e) HF & SMS Training Requirements.

EASA requires the organisation to demonstrate that they have established and are able to control the competence of personnel involved in any maintenance, management and/or quality audits in accordance with a procedure and to a standard agreed by the competent authority.

In addition, it is also necessary to assess the expertise related to the job function, competence must include an understanding of the application of Safety Management System element, human factors and human performance issues appropriate to that person's function in the organisation. This should include also Fuel Tank Safety training (Appendix IV to AMC5 145.A.30(e) and AMC2 145.B.200(a)(3)) and EWIS training (AMC 20-22).


EASA Part 145 Safety (SMS) & Human Factors (HF) Training (Initial) with VO

This Course Integrates both Human Factor and Safety Management System Elements fully compliant with EASA GM1 145.A.30 (e) HF & SMS Training Requirements. People are at the core of our aviation system and the need to be willing to engage with the organisation‘s safety management system as well as to remain aware of the potential for human error-driven exposure at all times. We must strive to ensure we are able to deliver a strong human performance to protect both the person and the system. Today 80% of Aircraft Accidents and incidents are caused by Human Factor errors.

Whether it is pilot error, maintenance error or Air traffic Control or other ground-related causal factors, ultimately does not matter human error is human error. So we know about the importance of Aviation Human Factors Training, but how to make a difference? There is a deep understanding of the various causes of error after the event, the challenge is to understand before we have an incident or accident the risks and exposures that the organization faces. We need to effectively consider human factors and manage human performance as a function of the development of our organisation‘s “Safety Management System” (SMS) organization, to do so we need to address the risks and exposures, all threats need to be understood and mitigation put into place to address them. The course is a highly participative and stimulates involvement and provides for powerful HF motivation and awareness. The aim is to give delegates a full introduction to Aircraft Maintenance Human Factors. Delegates are able to achieve an in-depth understanding regarding human performance and Aviation Safety Concepts, in particular, to ensure adequate focus on the importance of Safety Behaviour integrated into normal working practices.

Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) - Initial with VO

Fuel Tank Safety Phase 2 Initial Training (includes all Phase 1 content).

This training is aimed at persons who are receiving FTS training for the first time, it is intended to equip delegates with the necessary understanding regarding all issues associated with Fuel Tank Safety identified by the following documents:

  • - Annex 1 to ED Decision 2009-006-R
  • - Annex to ED Decision 2009-007-R

The course is particularly suited to personnel of approved maintenance or CAMO organizations required to plan, perform, supervise, inspect, and certify the maintenance of aircraft and fuel system components of applicable aircraft.

Course Objectives:

The training is designed for both Part M / CAR M and Part 145 / CAR 145 organisations to cover the history of events related to fuel tank safety issues.

Together with a knowledge of the theoretical and practical elements of the subject, including SFAR 88 and TGL 47, understanding the concept of fuel tank system ALI and CDCCL, The delegate should be able to connect the knowledge into specific examples, in a logical and comprehensive manner, to understand how the above items affect the aircraft; to use documentation and be able to plan the action or apply a Service Bulletin and an Airworthiness Directive. 

EWIS for Target Groups 1 and 2 (Initial) with VO

Electrical Wiring Interconnect System EWIS Training was issued as an EASA requirement in the summer of 2008. AMC 20-22 makes It very clear as to the requirements which are to be complied with to ensure the organisation remains in conformity with EASA regulatory requirements.

This Initial training is specifically aimed at Target Groups 1 and 2 personnel who perform EWIS inspection and Personnel who perform EWIS maintenance.

After attending this course, participants should be able to understand the specific requirements, having in mind that it is required to develop this training further within its organisation (In particular: to reflect the organisation’s aircraft types and wiring practices).

Note for Group 1 & Group 2 Practical Training Elements

The practical elements are not able to be dealt within the most satisfactory way, for example Zonal Inspection and Module G - Connective Device Repair.

For this reason we offer the possibility of either:

a) Separately organized practical training with a live instructor
b) Practical training completed within a 145 environment and authorized by the organisations system

When we receive a completed task sheet signed and stamped off by a Part 145 Organisation Quality System which confirms the competence of the delegate we are able to issue an additional certificate for a nominal amount. 


Course type: Promo Package
Package consists of: 

EASA Part 145 Safety (SMS) & Human Factors (HF) Training (Initial) with VO
Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) - Initial with VO
EWIS for Target Groups 1 and 2 (Initial) with VO

Price: 355 EUR 160 EUR 

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