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Initial and Continuous Recurrent Trainings

Sevenair Academy offers several short term mandatory initial and continuous recurrent trainings such as EWIS, FTS, Part M, Aviation Legislation, Part 145, Human Factors, SMS and Part CAMO, etc. We also offer tailor made courses to B2B customers worldwide.

Trainings can take place at our facilities in Portugal: Cascais Airport), Coimbra (ISEC), Porto, Cape Verde: Praia (UNICV), Brazil: São Paulo (Skyleader), at our or Online, through Zoom Sevenair platform. If you have a specific need, our team can study and prepare a proposal tailored to that need. For an inquiry please contact: info@sevenair.com

Upcoming Dates

Part 66/147 - November, 23
Aircraft Deicing - November, 30
Part M/CAMO - Dezember, 5
Part 145 - Dezember, 6
Human Factors - December, 19

FTS

The Fuel Tank Safety Course (FTS) Course is aimed to EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organisations personnel, namely personnel carrying out maintenance tasks on aircraft or components classified as Fuel Tank Safety items, support staff and certifying staff, staff involved in developing procedures, Management, Quality Personnel and Auditors, personnel in charge of stores and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO) personnel, as required by M.A.706 and M.A 707, such as Nominated Person Continuing Airworthiness, Continuing Airworthiness Staff of the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation, Airworthiness Review Staff, Quality Personnel and Auditors. The FTS course is designed to satisfy the Phases 1 and 2 training requirements of ED Decisions 2009/ 006R and 2009/ 007R and will enable trainees to be aware of the history, the theoretical and practical elements of the subject, such as but not limited to accidents investigation and their conclusions involving fuel tank safety, in order to be familiar with the basic elements of the fuel tank safety issues.

EWIS

The EWIS (Electrical Wiring Interconnection System) Course is aimed to EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organisations personnel who performs aeroplanes maintenance or inspections on EWIS and/or systems or structures in close proximity to EWIS, EASA Part-M Subpart G Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations and Quality Assurance personnel. The objective of this course is to enable the trainees to properly evaluate the EWIS and effectively use the manufacturers AMM Chapter 20 and Electrical Standard Wiring Practice Manual (EWSPM), by providing them with the necessary knowledge to understand and interpret the EWIS issues from regulatory requirements and manufacturer’s maintenance documentation.
The training course provides guidance for personnel of the target groups 1 – 6 of the AMC 20-21 and 20-22, which are directly involved in the maintenance and inspection of EWIS as well as for personnel performing general maintenance activities in close proximity of EWIS

Part M

The Part-M Course is aimed to Accountable Managers, Continuing airworthiness management personnel, Airworthiness Review Staff and Quality personnel in EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organizations and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO) and focuses on Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014, and how Part-M interphases with Part-M, Part-CAMO, Part-66, Part-21 and AIR-OPS. Through the use of practical examples, trainees will not only understand the regulation in theory but also be explained how it can be practically and successfully implemented into their organization, in order to reduce the costs and risks but also to maximize effectiveness and safety.

Aviation Legislation

The Aviation Legislation Course is aimed to all personnel in EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organizations and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO) and gives an overview of ICAO and the applicable documents, EASA organisation and the European regulatory framework, including EASA Decisions and AMC/GM, the amendment system of the regulations – NPA/CRD and National Regulations. The objective of this course is to provide the trainees with a global awareness about the regulatory bodies in the aviation world, e.g. ICAO, EASA and National Aviation Authorities and the applicable aviation regulatory systems, regarding design, certification, production, operation, continuing airworthiness and maintenance.

Part 145

The Part 145 Course is aimed to Accountable Managers, Management Personnel, Certifying Staff, Technicians and Quality Personnel in EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organizations and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO) and focuses on Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 Annex II (Part-145) and the relevant Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material, and how Part-145 interphases with Part-M, Part-CAMO, Part-66, Part-21 and AIR-OPS. Through the use of practical examples, trainees will not only understand the regulation in theory but also be explained how it can be practically and successfully implemented into their organization, in order to reduce the costs and risks but also to maximize effectiveness and safety.

Human Factors

The Human Factors Course is aimed to all personnel in EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organizations and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO) and covers all aspects regarding human factors and the syllabus is in accordance with 145.A.30(e), AMC 2 145.A.30(e) and GM 1 145.A.30(e). The Human Factors Course aims to provide its trainees with knowledge and skills to enable them to adopt the recommended behaviors and practices for safer team work, through the identification of the relevant Human Factors (HF) in the operational environment, what complexity means and what the implications are for the organisation as well the individual tasks and responsibilities. During this course it will be explained why HF are important to aviation maintenance and the industry as a whole, by identifying different types of error as well as discussing identified strategies to prevent them to cause failures and finally what is the role of HF and it’s relation to overall safety and well-being.

SMS

Stay abreast with the latest Safety Management Systems (SMS) developments and practices. The SMS course aims to provide trainees with an initial awareness of what a Safety Management System is, how best to implement this system and the roles and responsibilities that all employees have to cultivate a successful safety culture within an organization.

The need to understand the importance of safety in the aviation industry and how to improve safety performance and go beyond regulatory compliance in a constant effort to achieve “best practices” is one of the main objectives of civil aviation. Ensure you can interpret an operational risk profile and set safety recommendations as well as strategies to improve the overall effectiveness of the management review process. 

Airside Safety Training 

The Airside Safety course is aimed at all employees of an organization and aims to provide its trainees with a thorough understanding of the hazards that can be encountered in airside areas, while assisting in the reduction of potential safety hazards in this complex work environment.

Part CAMO

The Part-CAMO Course is aimed to Accountable Managers, Continuing airworthiness management personnel, Airworthiness Review Staff and Quality personnel in EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organizations and Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO), providing an understanding of the revised structure of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014, focusing on Annex Vc (Part CAMO) and contains the requirements to be met by an organisation to manage the continuing airworthiness of an aircraft and its components for installation. The objective of this course is to enable the trainees to understand new continuing airworthiness regulatory structure, key components of Part CAMO, practical application of Part CAMO, implementation of Part CAMO with an organization and interface between Part CAMO, Part 145, Part 66/ Part 147 and EU-OPS. Through the use of practical examples, trainees will not only understand the regulation in theory but also be explained how it can be practically and successfully implemented into their organization, in order to reduce the costs and risks but also to maximize effectiveness and safety.

Foreign Object Debris (FOB)

The FOREIGN OBJECT DEBRIS (FOD) Course is intended for all employees of an organization and aims to provide its trainees with knowledge and skills to define FOD, describe its causes and effects and explain prevention methods, being divided into 3 parts.

Composite Structures Inspection

The composite structure inspection course is intended for all employees of an aircraft maintenance organization and aims to provide its trainees with a complete understanding of Advanced Composite Materials (ACM) and its inspection and repair procedures, being divided into 7 parts.

Other Recurrent Training

  • Reg. Aeronautics Vs PMAR Conversion 
  • Human Factors Instructor (Train the Trainer) Tool Inspection
  • NM ISO 19011 Management System Structures and Composites
  • Aeronautical Materials Inspectors Metrology
  • Rotables Stores
  • TIG Welding
  • Borescope
  • Engine CFM56 (7B)
  • Wheels and Brakes
  • Oxyacetilene Welding
  • Engine PW150

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