Flight Operations plays a crucial role in regulatory compliance. Aviation regulators are responsible for the issuance and oversight of Air Operations Certificates (AOCs) and the safety standards and performance of AOCs. It is vital Inspectors are equipped with the core knowledge and competencies required to understand the process of compliance with European Community rules in respect of Commercial Air Transport (CAT) Operations.
Last week, aviation regulatory and operational professionals from Estonia, Hong Kong and Ireland descended on CAA Aviation House for our biannual ‘Flight Operations Inspector Theory’ training programme. This leading course forms a core segment of the UK CAA’s very own Flight Operations training used for newly recruited Inspectors. Covering 17 key topics over 10-days, delegates explored everything from Part OPS, SMS, and Flight Data Monitoring, to Fatigue Risk Management, Practical Auditing and AOC certification.
Through a combination of lectures, multimedia presentations, case study discussions, workshops and syndicate group activities, delegates left having acquired the core skillset required to perform a Flight Operations Inspecting role. See what some of our past delegates had to say after the course:
- “Excellent tutors with great delivery and even better atmosphere”
- “Great range of topics covered”
- “Human factors was amazing”
- “Congratulations to the whole team of Instructors, great balance between theoretical and practical sessions”.
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