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SAS to deliver EASA Regulatory – Essentials Courses in Johannesburg, South Africa – May 2016
Sofema Aviation Services is pleased to announce the delivery of EASA Compliant Essentials training courses in Johannesburg, South Africa
9th – 13th May 2016
The following training courses are being offered:
Safety Management Systems Overview and Recurrent
Quality Auditing – Reporting & Root Cause Analysis Essentials
EASA Part M Essentials
EASA Part 145 Essentials
Logistics & Stores Inspection Procedures EASA Essentials
Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) has built up a strong reputation, enhanced by our highly effective delivery using professional and competent instructors. Our careful management of costs allows us to offer an excellent and affordable training experience.
Within SAS our aim is remain, one of the most proactive regulatory training organisations dedicated to supporting our clients, to enhance safety and risk management, in addition to ensure compliance.
Please see comments from course delegates here
and letters from our customers here
At Sofema Aviation Services our first question is “How can we help”? SAS launched in 2008, by Steven Bentley – A UK National with more than 40 years experience in Commercial Aviation. During 2015 we provided regulatory training to more than 1900 delegates. Throughout 2016 our focus is on growing our support services. We take pride in delivering cost effective support across several continents. We will be pleased to include you in our growing community of satisfied customers.
Aviation Safety Management System – Safety Risk Mitigation
The process of mitigating safety risks is the method by which the organisation is able to take an action or a range of actions which provides for a lowering of exposure in respect of the perceived risk.
An Operator is required to have a process to manage Continuing Airworthiness as a direct responsibility, moreover it is required also to either have its own approved “in house” Part 145 or to Contract a Part 145 Organization to cover at least the requirements of both Line Maintenance and Minor Maintenance.