Aviation SMS Course
Quality aviation safety management systems training
UNITS OF COMPETENCY
Globally Recognised Requirements | Locally Delivered Training
Available in-house by arrangement. Public Course Dates
Standard: ICAO Annex 19 Safety Management
Units of Competency: 3 units
Duration: 5 Days
Course Investment: $2,595.00AUD (GST Exempt)
Course Overview: This Internationally recognised, 5-day Safety Management Systems course is the most effective and comprehensive of its kind. The course is a blended mixture of theory, case studies, group and individual work. It is both highly enjoyable and informative. Our facilitators have a wealth of experience in Industry and with CASA, Military and Civilian aviation, in Australia and overseas. (The New Zealand courses are specifically designed around the CAA NZ SMS structure and compliance requirements).
Course Objective: “Tell me and I’ll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I’ll understand.”
This expression has proven to be more than an old proverb. Southpac prides itself on the quality of its training and involvement and practical demonstration of competency is at the centre of our training ethos.
|Aviation SMS Course - Melbourne||21 - 25 October 2019||Melbourne, VIC||$2,595.00|
|Aviation SMS Course - Brisbane||2 - 6 December 2019||Brisbane, QLD||$2,595.00|
|Aviation SMS Course - Port Moresby, PNG||2 - 6 March 2020||Port Moresby||$2,595.00|
It also discusses ICAO input and NAA State Safety Program requirements. There is information on the critical need for safety culture and the Human Factors required to effect this. The course will also include how to implement SMS and what is required to make it compliant. There is a combination of theory, case studies and practical exercises to fully optimise the learning experience.
The New Zealand courses are specifically designed around the CAA NZ SMS structure and compliance requirements.
This course incorporates latest materials and case studies as well as taking an innovative approach to delivery through the utilisation of a dedicated SMS training website. Participants will gain more value than ever before with post course access to the course website and a host of templates and guidance information.
|Qualification||AQF Units of Competency:
|5-Days, with homework completed through the week.
Post-course aviation risk management project to be completed.
|Assessment||Online – Students will access their course online, and complete assessment at their own pace.
RPL – Students will complete the RPL kit and supply all required evidence
|Start dates||Public course dates here
RPL – find the kit here
STANDARDS, REGULATIONS & REFERENCES
- Civil Aviation Act 1988
- Section 82.3 and 82.5 of the Civil Aviation Orders (CAO’s)
- CASA – 1998
- CAA NZ (The New Zealand course is specifically designed around the CAA NZ SMS structure and compliance requirements)
- Australian Standard AS ISO 31000:2018
- ICAO – Doc 9859 Safety Management Manual 4th edition 2018
- CAAS – Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore Advisory Circular 1-3 (0) – Safety Management Systems
- TC – Transport Canada Advisory Circular 107-001 – Guidance of Safety Management System Development
|1||Introduction greeting and admin|
|2||History and reason for SMS|
|5||ICAO and CASA|
|6||Safety Culture and Human Factors|
|7||Review of Day one|
|8||Exercise 1 – HF, Safety Culture, SHELL model – Kegworth air disastSMS|
|9||SMS Component 1- Safety Policy Objectives and planning|
|10||SMS Component 2 – Safety Risk Management|
|11||SMS Component 3 – Safety Assurance|
|12||SMS Compliance 4 – Safety Promotion|
|13||Exercise 1 and 2 – implementation exercise and Gap analysis exercise|
|14||SMS Review 1|
|16||SMS Interoperability exercise building|
|17||SMS Component 1|
|18||SMS Component 2|
|19||Integrated IT solutions in SMS|
|20||Risk Management Plan example and exercise|
|21||Risk management plan exercise|
|22||Review and discussion|
|23||Building SMS Component 3|
|24||Safety Performance Monitoring exercise|
|25||Internal Safety Investigation exercise|
|26||Continuous Improvement exercise|
|27||Building SMS Component 4|
|28||Management of change exercise|
|29||Continuous improvement exercise|
|30||Review and discussion|
|32||Current safety issues|
|33||Complex safety systems|
|34||Your SMS – a case study|
AVIF0026 Implement aviation risk management processes
AVIF0028 Manage aviation risk
BSBRSK501 Manage risk
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
WHY SOUTHPAC AEROSPACE
We Are A Nationally Recognised Training Organisation
Southpac Aerospace – ID32353 is approved to meet standards set for RTO training. Our organisation is consistently upgrading and improving our course material through participant feedback and authority auditing processes. This framework ensures you are receiving the highest level of training within the industry.
We provide you with
- Highly trained and engaged facilitators to make the most of your study. Our trainers all have extensive experience not only as trainers and auditors but also within industry areas including Defence, Major airlines, General Aviation and Manufacturing & Maintenance organisations,
- Training aligned with industry standards, workplace requirements and skill sets,
- Resources and materials that may include workbooks, guides and/or slides.
- Ongoing support for developing your career pathways!
What our clients say about us
Matt was an excellent facilitator – knowledgeable, engaging, trustworthy and helpful. He made a dry topic interesting and covered the broad range of pre-existing knowledge very well. The focus on assurance and how I can test / review my SMS to ensure my organization has covered everything it should.
Matt was a great facilitator. Understanding how SMS works together and the importance of each element will help to improve our SMS elements. Great course – thank you
Everything in my understanding of SMS has vastly improved because of the detailed content and delivery of this course. Matt was key to how much information I was able to process and understand. His knowledge and expertise was amazing and made the course enjoyable