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Courses and Trainings Offered

573.06 (1) An approved maintenance organization (AMO) certificate holder shall implement a training program to ensure that persons authorized to perform or supervise the performance of any function under this Subpart are trained in respect of the regulations, the standards and the AMO procedures applicable to that function.

573.06 (1) Pursuant to subsection 573.06(1) of the CARs, an AMO certificate holder shall ensure that all staff with technical responsibilities are provided appropriate training in technical, regulatory and human factors issues related to the work for which they are responsible.(amended 2002/09/01)

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Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance

 

Initial Training (also Computer Based Training (CBT))

  • An 8 hour course (in the classroom) that includes case studies, videos, and uses discussion and questions to add value to the training

Update Training (also as CBT)

  • A 6 hour day to refresh and renew your knowledge gained in the initial training

Human Factors for Pilots doing Elementary work (also as CBT)

  • This is an 8 hour day, using the basic knowledge in the HF initial, but applying it to pilots who are performing elementary tasks

 

Quality Assurance (QA) (Also as CBT)

 

Both classroom and online QA trainings cover the CAR 573.09, the class time averaging around 5 hours

Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) Training


The most common CARs we train in are 571/573 (combined) and 561, but we can tailor a course to suit any operation. We also try to make it more interesting than watching paint dry!

 

Effective Auditing

 

This will benefit anyone who is involved in conducting internal or external audits, or the implementation of quality management procedures of an aviation company.

 

Safety Management Systems (SMS)


A good quality Safety Managment System is one step closer to a safe operation. 

Although TCCA has changed the parameters of who needs an SMS, new operations and airlines are still required to have this. We can help make this a little more painless.

 

Fatigue Risk Management System - Part I (for flight crew)
 

NOTE**On August 8, 2015, a Notice of Intent was published in the Canada Gazette, Part I, confirming the intent of Transport Canada to introduce proposed amendments to the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) to address flight crew fatigue management

 

 

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