The Aviation Compliance Monitoring System should be at the heart of each operation, fully functioning and visible within every department and element of any organisation. This is an Aviation Industry specific three-day programme designed for personnel who need to manage and monitor, undertake or understand how to conduct effective compliance monitoring activities in relation to Air Operations, Aircraft Continuing Airworthiness and Maintenance together with associated support services and sub-contractors. EU regulations for Air Operations (EU 965/2012) and Continuing Airworthiness (EU 1321/2014) require an effective compliance monitoring process that provides adequate feedback to the Accountable Manager, together with determination of root causes of findings and adequacy of corrective actions.
This interactive course aims to provide comprehensive training in compliance monitoring techniques to facilitate a fully effective compliance monitoring process in relation to air operations and maintenance environment, supporting the achievement of business objectives. On completion of the course, the participant will:
- have a comprehensive understanding of the requirements for Compliance Monitoring and Management systems including an understanding of the different types of audits applicable for each area.
- be able to:
- prepare and conduct an effective audit specifically in the aviation industry.
- support department managers in the root cause analysis and corrective action planning.
- support department managers in performance continuous improvement.
This course is suitable for Compliance Monitoring Managers, Department Managers, Compliance Auditors and Inspectors, whether they are based in an AOC / ATO environment or Part-147, Part-145 and Part-M, Part-CAMO organisations.
- EASA Regulatory Requirements for a Compliance Monitoring Programme / Quality System / Management System
- Role and responsibilities of the Compliance Monitoring / Quality Manager
- Creating and managing an Effective & Compliant Management System and Audit Programme
- Responsibilities and Relationships of Nominated Post Holders / Persons
- Accidents and Incidents in relation to Safety and Human Factors
- Principles of Auditing
- Auditor competency and development issues
- Effective Audit Processes
- Use of Checklists
- Managing meetings to open and close the Audit
- How to carry out an Audit
- Effective Audit Communication
- Dealing with Situations
- Effective report writing
- Root cause analysis
- Creating effective Corrective and Preventive Actions
- Audit follow up and close out mechanisms
- Psychological aspects of Auditing
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