Only 5 weeks to go to the #AVIAssist Incident Investigation course Kigali

#AviAssist Foundation to hold Incident Investigation course in #Kigali

Incident Investigation Course
21st to 24th of November 2017, Kigali, Rwanda

Dear ATC Readers,

Find following the invitation by AVIAssist to participate in their latest training initiative:

Always wanted to get trained as an incident investigator? We bring this qualification close to you for the very first time.
Popular TV programs give a very one-sided look at investigations and focus on major crashes. But the majority of investigations in our industry look at incidents and safety occurences.

Effective safety management (SMS & SSP) largely depend on the quality of the investigation of reported incidents and safety issues.

This course is suitable for professionals from Civil Aviation Authorities, airports, Air Navigation Service Providers, Accident Investigation Authorities and airlines (operators).
You’ll be joined in the course by colleagues from Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority, RwandAir, Kenya Airways, Akagera Aviation and others.

A registration form has been attached to this email.

Only limited seats remaining in our 2017 Rwanda course.

Your instructor brings both the cockpit and the airport view to the table. As a former flight engineer on KLM’s B747 fleet, he was an investigator for their Flight Safety & Quality Assurance department and chairman of the aviation chamber of the Dutch Safety Board that investigates transport incidents and accidents. Currently, he heads up Amsterdam Airport Schiphol’s safety platform and runway safety team.

Passing the end test with a passmark of 75% or higher and achieving 100% attendance will mean you qualify for a certificate of completion.

The course fee of US$ 500 includes:

  • A four day international and highly interactive course
  • Tea & coffee breaks
  • Lunches
  • Course book
  • Certificate of Completion and
  • A USB disk with course & reference materials

This amazing course fee for this international qualification is only possible thanks to the dedication of our professional volunteers and our sponsors such as the Netherlands Ministry of Infrastructure and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The event is hosted by the AviAssist Safety Promotion Centre – Rwanda, that includes the Rwanda Civil Aviation Authority, RwandAir and the University of Tourism, Technology and Business Studies (UTB) and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences – aviation academy as partners.

Course topics include

  • ICAO Annex 13 & legal aspects of investigations
  • Risk analysis
  • Accident investigation vs. incident investigation
  • ICAO Incident report format
  • Bad apple theory
  • Data collection Interview techiques
  • Report writing
  • Human factors in safety investigations
  • Safety management
  • Investigation management
  • Towards a protocol to safeguard no-blame approach
Help us promote this event: forward this email to anyone you think should not be missing out on this affordable course in their pursuit of safety.

We look forward to welcoming you to Kigali!

AviAssist Safety Promotion Centre (ASPC) – Rwanda

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