The Outcome-Oriented Academy

Aviation Quality Management & Auditing

6-Week Online Course

In-house Presentation and Blended Learning Options for Organizations

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Any organisation wanting to conduct business in the Civil Aviation Industry, whether that be in the Design, Production, Operations, Continuing Airworthiness Management or Maintenance field are required to have a “Quality Management System”(QMS). Whilst this is necessary if these organisations want to gain the applicable organisation approval from their Regulatory Authority it also makes incredibly good business sense. A functioning and “fit for purpose” QMS is a fantastic business/management tool for measuring the operating health of the organisation.

Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Attend This Unique Course.

  • Get up to 2 hours of Personal Instructor feedback / interaction over 6 weeks

  • Online, In-house and Blended Learning Delivery Options

  • Proven course with High Ratings from past participants

  • Gain Hard Copy Certificate of Completion by Courier

  • Weekly Activities, Q&A Forums and Exercises for Maximum Retention of Knowledge

  • Quality Managers
  • Quality Auditors
  • Internal Auditors
  • Compliance Officers
  • Quality Controllers

  • Safety Managers
  • Risk Managers
  • Airworthiness Managers
  • SMS Managers
  • Surveillance Officers

  • Engineering Managers
  • Technical Services Managers
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Airworthiness Inspectors
  • CAMO Managers

  • Operations Managers
  • MRO Professionals
  • Production Planners
  • Quality Inspectors
  • Technical Records Managers

This course will introduce you to all the necessary aspects of a Quality Management System, within the Aviation Industry, as well as how to perform an integral role within it. It will provide you with what constitutes industry "best practice" to prepare for and undertake an audit, to properly analyse any audit findings and to effectively identify appropriate corrective/preventative actions.

Week 1:

Presentation 1 – Introductions/Definitions

This module will provide the “lead-in” to the subject. Attendees will also be provided with some necessary definitions and a small potted history of why we should have a QMS.

Presentation 2 – Regulations/Standards

Depending on where you are in the world there will be regulations and underpinning, or recognised, standards that you will be required to know and comply with, i.e., ICAO standards and recommended practices (SARPs), Aviation Regulations (e.g. EASA and FAA), international standards (e.g. ISO 9001, EN9100 for Europe and AS9100 for US).

Week 2:

Presentation 3 – Quality Management System

Every QMS must have clearly identified accountabilities, lines of responsibility, published objectives and assigned personnel. The QMS should also have an up-to-date operating manual that should include a comprehensive audit plan/schedule.

Presentation 4 – Auditing Procedures

In order to ensure every audit is conducted consistently it is necessary to proceduralise the activity, for example: methodology, data collection, finding identification and initial containment of the finding.

Week 3:

Presentation 5 – Auditing Techniques

It is imperative that everybody involved with QMS is trained to perform industry best practice auditing techniques with regards to conducting an audit, preparing for an audit

Presentation 6 – Audit Findings

Once there are clearly identified findings these will need to be handled effectively and efficiently, i.e: problem definition, root cause analysis, corrective action determination, corrective action implementation, preventative action identification and implementation, and after a predetermined period, a review conducted to see that the finding has been adequately dealt with before formal close out of the finding.

Week 4: Exercises

Exercise 1 – The production of a Flowchart Procedure
Exercise 2 – The production of Audit “High Level Checklist” and “ Low Level Questions”

Week 5: Exercises

Exercise 3 – Using the Case Study – Construct a “Problem Definition”information.
Exercise 4 – Using the Case Study – Perform a “Root Cause Analysis”

Week 6: Exercises

Exercise 5 – Using the Case Study – Identify effective “Preventative Actions”

Group Discounts and Early Bird Discounts are Available!

What the Past Participants Say About Our Courses?

The new ideologies brought up and applicability. Many Thanks to Paul for his great work!
Stephane Landry
Seaplane Pilot / Jet Ops, Dubai
It was nice to see some other perspectives and refresh some concepts.
Caio Rosante Garcia
Captain / Azul Brazilian Airlines, Brazil
I would like to thank Outcomy team for maintaining a cordial relationship with the participants.
Raman Giridhar
Licensed Aircraft Engineer / Air Canada Jazz, Canada
I liked the interaction between the participants since it allows to draw from others’ experiences.
Erika LaCour-Loyd
Lead Engineer – Reliability Engineering / American Airlines, USA
The course got me thinking and it was nice to see how others do things around the world.
Jo-Anne Fletcher
Airworthiness Assistant / Flybe, United Kingdom
I like the way in which the course was organized and I could participate at my convenience.
Boril Yonchev
Planning & Engineering Department / Lufthansa Technik Sofia Ltd., Bulgaria
Very good "Case Studies", since they helped directly apply the learning.
Maurizio Tomassi
Planning & Continuous Airworthiness Surveillance Manager / INAER Aviation Italia

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Thousands of Learners representing 300 Clients in 100 Countries have Attended these Courses.

Leslie Munnings, Bahamas Air, Past Participant

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