Aviation Maintenance Human Factors Course (2-day)
Develop Your Teams Non-Technical Skills
Available publicly and on an in-house basis – see course dates
The aim of this course is to give candidates an introduction to Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance. This is now a mandatory requirement for all EASA or CASA Part 145 approved organisations. The objective of this course is explore the implications for Safety of human error, an organisation’s safety culture, procedures and methods of communication. As with all our courses this program is delivered by a leading aviation trainer with vast experience.
Who should attend?
This course is developed and for;
- LAME’s & AME’s
- Quality & Safety Managers,
- Maintenance & Engineering Managers,
- Other Operational Maintenance Staff
- Introduction to Human Factors
- Human Behavior
- Human Performance and Limitations
- Sleep and Fatigue
- Other Factors Affecting Performance
- Understanding Error & Violations
- Safety Culture
- Situational Awareness
Aligns with CASA & EASA 145 requirements for Human Factors Training…
If your organisation is CASA Part 145 approved you are required to provide Human Factors training for your maintenance personnel. This course aligns with the latest regulations. If your personnel have never undertaken a Part 145 Human Factors Training course they must attend the 2-day Introduction to Human Factors course. Staff that have attended a Part 145 HF Introduction course are required to undertake refresher training every 2-years. These personnel may attend the 1-day Refresher.