AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION COURSE SET FOR ENTEBBE
(Posted 10th January 2014)
The AVIASSIST Foundation, in conjunction with CASSOA, the Civil Aviation Safety and Security Oversight Agency of the East African Community, will be holding a rare airworthiness certification course in Uganda between 10th and 12th of March this year.
The information availed shows that only 20 places will be available and early registration is therefore recommended.
The course features all aspects of airworthiness from the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) standards and leading regulators such as the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the US FAA. The rules are explained in general terms but the fundamental principles are also detailed which will allow greater benefit from the course. The course addresses the key aspects of design, construction, maintenance and operation of aircraft across a wide spectrum of technologies met in aerospace.
Subjects will include:
Initial airworthiness certification
Main regulatory regimes
Verification and validation
Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs)
Auditing techniques role plays
Continuous & continuing airworthiness
Staff working in aviation and interested to attend the workshop can click here to download a registration form
The course is delivered over 3 days and is mostly in the form of lectures. Group work is also used a number of exercises. All delegates will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the course.
Those keen to attend should click here for a full program
In addition will additional modular components be available at the Entebbe workshop between 10th to 21st of March 2014:
Safety campus with 4 other courses & 2 day conference
The AviAssist Foundation is bringing an unprecedented training program to the region with more valuable & very affordable courses. The courses include:
Flight Data Management course
Aviation English course
SMS introduction course
2Gether 4Safety seminar/conference/expo
IATA Dangerous Goods course
All these events take place from 10-21 March in Entebbe. Come and get your shot of safety updates at the AviAssist Pop-up safety campus 2014!
Tom Kok, the Director of AVIASSIST, ended his communication by appealing to: ‘Help us promote this event and forward this to anyone you think should be attending the seminar. Only with good numbers of participants can we continue and expand our work. As an independent, non-profit organisation, we rely on support of aviation organisations and companies, even if only by attending our great value for money events’.
The various workshops have been made possible through support and co-operation with among others: