EASA Air Operations Requirements - Effective Implementation

TR35 | 2 days | Grade: Practitioner

Suitable for anyone who is responsible for delivering the EASA Air Operations Requirements into their organisation. It is relevant for staff from both fixed-wing and rotary operators. This course addresses the regulatory requirements for CAT operators and non-commercial operators of complex aircraft.

Upcoming Training

26 Jul - 27 Jul 2022

Virtual Classroom

£910.00 (excl. VAT)

10 Oct - 11 Oct 2022

Virtual Classroom

£910.00 (excl. VAT)

16 Jan - 17 Jan 2023

Virtual Classroom

£910.00 (excl. VAT)

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Key Content 

  • The Air Operations requirements within the EASA regulatory framework
  • Organisational and management responsibilities
  • Detail of the requirements and their intent, including a review of the challenges facing organisations
  • Compliance monitoring and handling alternative means of compliance
  • Risk-based compliance considerations 

 

Benefits of Attending 

  • Improved understanding of the significance of how your organisation should be structured to achieve effective compliance and assured performance.
  • Ability to impart enhanced understanding of forthcoming changes to internal departments of organisations currently working towards compliance
  • Confidence to demonstrate to your Competent Authority how you deal with future requirements and mitigate differences
  • Increased ability to plan and organise the implementation of new requirements
  • Understanding of the process for achieving an alternative means of compliance

 

Who Should Attend 

All who is expected to be responsible for delivering the requirements into their organisation including:

  • Compliance Monitoring staff
  • Air Operator managers
  • Appropriate Competent Authority personnel.

 

Course Grade

Practitioner Level Training (P)
Suitable for those who have worked in the subject for some time, are familiar with core terminologies and concepts and are looking to develop or update their level of knowledge and practical understanding.  

Frequently asked questions

Q: I'm a CAT operator so don't I just need to read Part CAT?

A: No. Part ORO, including the Management System requirements, applies to all air operators, and you may also need to apply for specific approvals under Part SPA. This course will give you an understanding of what parts of Air Ops govern your operation, and what action you need to take to satisfy the regulator that you comply.

Q: My company only manages bizjet aircraft on behalf of their owners, so aren't we a private operation? I don't think Air Ops applies to us at all.

A: If you are the operator of Complex Motor-Powered Aircraft, then you are subject at least to Part NCC and Part ORO. But you may also find that even when you carry only the owner, the flight is legally a CAT flight and subject to both Part ORO and Part CAT. This course will give you an understanding of what parts of Air Ops govern your operation, and what action you need to take to manage your operation safely and satisfy the regulator that you comply.

Q: What's all this about management systems? We've had an ops manual for years - what's changed?

A: The Management System requirements are set out in Part ORO and thus apply to all air operators. This course looks at these requirements and helps you understand the action you need to take to manage your operation safely and satisfy the regulator that you comply