EASA Aviation Compliance Management & Auditing


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This program provides a detailed review of the relationship challenges and common misconceptions between Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Safety Management Systems (SMS). Participants will delve into the intricacies of creating a robust compliance system, ensuring adherence to EASA regulatory requirements for a fully compliant quality system. 

From understanding the management system requirements outlined in Part OPS – ORO.GEN.200 to navigate the roles of a Quality Auditor and Compliance Manager, this course equips delegates with essential knowledge for effective aviation management.

 
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CONTENTS


1.Introduction

2.Abbreviations and Terms

3.QMS & SMS Relationship Challenges and Misconceptions

4.Creating an Effective Compliance System

5.EASA Regulatory Requirements for a Compliant Quality System

6.The Management System Requirements of Part OPS – ORO.GEN.200

7.The Role of the Quality Auditor - Dealing with Situations Arising During the Audit / Communication

8.The Role of the Compliance Manager

9.Management System Principles Post Holder Responsibilities and Relationships

10.Compliance Management Manuals, and Procedures

11.Considering Auditor Competencies

12.Effective Audit Communication


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TARGET GROUPS

 

This course is designed for aviation professionals, focused on Airline Operations Compliance Staff and other stakeholders in an effective EASA compliance system.

 Q PRE-REQUISITES

 

A background in an aviation environment is essential to fully appreciate the content of this course.

 QWHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF THIS TRAINING


Participants will gain an understanding of the relationship challenges and misconceptions between Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Safety Management Systems (SMS). The course will equip delegates with the knowledge of creating an effective compliance system, meeting EASA regulatory requirements for a compliant quality system, and understanding the management system requirements outlined in Part OPS – ORO.GEN.200. Additionally, participants will learn about the roles of a Quality Auditor and Compliance Manager, along with principles, responsibilities, and relationships associated with management systems. The course will also cover the development of Compliance Management Manuals and Procedures, considerations for auditor competencies, and effective audit communication strategies.

- Learn to establish and manage a robust compliance system for aviation, encompassing both Quality Management Systems (QMS) and Safety Management Systems (SMS).

- Understand and navigate the regulatory requirements stipulated by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), focusing on compliance with Part OPS – ORO.GEN.200.

- Master the roles of key personnel, including Quality Auditors, Compliance Managers, and Post Holders, while grasping the fundamental principles and relationships in aviation management systems.

- Develop essential skills for effective auditing, including the creation of Compliance Management Manuals and Procedures. Gain insights into auditor competencies and strategies for clear and impactful audit communication.


 Q ABOUT THIS COURSE


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to one-day classroom training
Category: Quality, Safety & Security
Price: 85 EUR


 Q MULTIPLE COURSES/USERS DISCOUNTS


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 [email protected]