Courses


May 2018


Date/Time Training Courses
1 May 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Human Factors Compliance Training Course - ISO AS9100

“Human Factors” (HF) is about increasing people’s awareness of the human capabilities, limitations, and performance and how they are influenced within our surroundings: whether it is our own ‘personal’ life, the ‘working environment’ or those ‘external’ beyond our control.


Hook, Hampshire
15 May 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Aircraft Technical Records

Designed for the delegate to understand the requirements and the important aspects of accurate technical record keeping and documented entries required for aviation. Examining the concept of continuing airworthiness and the compliance requirements as specified in accordance with EASA Regulations EC 1321/ 2014 for both Part M and Part 145.


Hook, Hampshire
16 May 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Aviation Supervisor / Team Leader Training - Introduction

This 1-Day course is specifically designed to introduce the necessary core skills required to enable the supervisor / team leader to fulfil their role; focusing on four key areas; responsibilities, teamwork, communication and development. The course includes role-play based on real life work based scenarios that may occur, whilst understanding the Human Resources strategic partnership.


Hook, Hampshire
18 May 2018
9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Human Factors Refresher

This course ‘Human Factors Refresher’ course is designed to meet the requirements of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 145 AMC GM 145.A.30 (e). “Human Factors” is all about people and how we are influenced within our environment; whether it is our own ‘personal’ life, the ‘working environment’ or those ‘external’ beyond our control.  This course is designed to meet the regulatory compliance and is interactive.  The strength of this course is based on experiences from the course facilitator and the delegates; so learning from each other is important, encouraging open discussions, with an emphasis on the ‘Just Culture’ and learning from events that have taken place.


Hook, Hampshire
22 May 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Human Factors Initial

Course Overview

This course is specifically designed for those who require the Human Factors course to meet the requirements of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 145 AMC GM 145.A.30 (e).

“Human Factors” is all about people and how we are influenced within our environment; whether it is our own ‘personal’ life, the ‘working environment’ or those ‘external’ beyond our control. This course is designed to meet the regulatory compliance and is interactive. The strength of this course is based on experiences from the course facilitator and the delegates; so learning from each other is important, encouraging open discussions, with an emphasis on the ‘Just Culture’ and learning from events that have taken place.


Hook, Hampshire

Jun 2018


Date/Time Training Courses
5 June 2018 - 6 June 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Aircraft Specialisation Training Sheet Metal Techniques & Repairs - LEVEL 1: INITIAL

Blue Altitude is now able to offer aircraft sheet metal techniques & repairs training courses which aims to provide the delegate a level of competency to carry out aircraft structural skin repairs or fabrication.


Hook, Hampshire
5 June 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
EASA Part M Regulation - Initial

Part M regulation defines and sets the standards to be achieved for aircraft management on behalf of the Air Operators or Private Owners. Working in partnership with the Part 145 Maintenance Organisations, Part M responsibilities are vital to maintain the aircraft in a state of continued airworthiness and remain in a controlled environment. This practical day courses focuses on Part M – Subpart ‘G & I’ which will provide staff with a foundation in providing them with the abilities to be effective, have confidence and professionalism in managing key assets for an Air Operator or for a Private Owner of a business jet.


Hook, Hampshire
6 June 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
EASA Part 145 Regulation - Initial

Part 145 regulation defines and sets the standards to be achieved for any aircraft maintenance organisation whether a MRO, component workshop, engine facility or a specialist in providing aircraft maintenance services.  Working in partnership with the Part M organisations and other support services means that the Part 145 must interface with various stakeholders that depend on the Part 145 being successful.  Communication, awareness and flexibility remain some of the key qualities of the Part 145 organisation.  This practical course will provide staff with the ability to increase their effectiveness, have confidence and professionalism in managing the challenges of a commercial maintenance environment.


Hook, Hampshire
12 June 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Aircraft Practical Wiring Handskills

This practical wiring training course is aimed at aircraft engineers who work within a ‘Line’ or ‘Base Maintenance’ environment and have responsibility to carry out basic wiring repairs in order to maintain aircraft serviceability and improve their field trouble shooting capabilities. The course covers the use of basic hand tools and inspection techniques to determine serviceability of wiring repairs and meets the requirements for the practical element of EWIS Target Group 1 iaw in accordance with AMC 20-22.


Hook, Hampshire
19 June 2018 - 21 June 2018
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Human Factors Train-the-Trainer

This course is specifically designed for individuals who have been appointed to deliver their own internal / in-house ‘Human Factors’ (HF) training course and is designed to facilitate the compliance requirements of European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 145 AMC GM 145.A.30 (e).


Hook, Hampshire
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