“For the first time, I participated in an online course and I am very pleasantly surprised that I like this kind of training more than a standard course in classroom! During the first week, I learned many new things, especially for the cases which I have never encountered in my practice.”
“My approach to leasing has become more knowledgeable. Very good learning platform of furthering your knowledge base in aviation business.”
Covering the regulatory Requirements from EASA and FAA, this online learning course will introduce you to most of the planning considerations based on the facilitator’s experience and will help you and your organization achieve excellence in maintenance planning. This course will also benefit aspiring planners and other senior managers seeking to increase their awareness of various departments.
“It was very interesting, though brain teasing and tough. It has helped all of us to understand the very basics of Maintenance Planning.”
Covering the regulatory Requirements from JAA, EASA and FAA, this online learning course outlines the background of the Aircraft Reliability Program, as part of the operator’s Maintenance Program and will specifically emphasize on issues related to Maintenance Cost. This course is based on a combination of facilitator’s industry experience and the safety management principles for the development, operation and maintenance of aircraft.
“Very good “Case Studies”, since they let us able to directly apply the learning. Thanks to all Outcomy team!”
This course will cover all of the applicable and necessary aspects of an Aviation Quality Management System along with the associated Auditing regime based on the facilitators’ extensive experience and background in the Aviation business. He will be there to help you achieve a good grounding in the subject that will assist you to go on and work within the Quality Management System of an aviation organisation.
“Course content was valuable and informative. It satisfied my need to be trained in this area to hold the Quality Manager position in a Part 145 organization. It certainly made me think and required more input and concentration than I initially expected.”
The operator is responsible for determining what maintenance is required, when it has to be performed and by whom and to what standard, in order to ensure the continued airworthiness of the aircraft being operated. Part of this responsibility is achieved by the aircraft being maintained to an approved programme. Understanding where the programme and tasks come from and how they are established is important when managing the programme as an operator or owner. The compliance monitoring department personnel also need to have this knowledge to ensure the operator’s responsibilities are fulfilled. Knowing which tasks can’t be changed and those which can, through an analysis process will aid in optimising the programme for more effective and lower cost maintenance.
“MSG-3 methodology explanation is very simple and clear.”
Success in this competitive aviation industry, requires the implementation of many processes. One of those processes is Aircraft Parts, Appliances and Components Handling, Transportation and Storage. Passenger, Freight, Business and General aircraft operations require the support of airworthy parts, appliances and components despite the aircraft size or fleet population being operated. Regardless of its condition (Airworthy, Scrap, Unairworthy, Repairable), each of them requires different handling, transportation and storage. This course will allow you to discover the impact of Aircraft Materials Handling, Transportation and Storage regarding airworthiness and how the process works.
"I will further implement LSW, Appoint a “Rapid Response Team”, Concentrate on Main Value Stream and Make our charts/KPI's more visible to our staff"
Human Factors considers human users first in every piece of equipment and in every system we design. By using this human-centered approach, equipment is easier to use, users make fewer operating errors and they suffer fewer and less severe injuries. The training program that we have designed will familiarize participants with the capabilities, limitations and needs of human operators. The course will show the participants how human factors affect the design process. It will also equip participants to identify human factors issues before they arise. And, finally, it will introduce participants to the processes and tools necessary to design systems using a human-centric approach.