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SPECIALIΖED TRAINING

ENGINEERS, PILOTS, CREW

AVENG offers an extensive range of training program packages, according to EASA specifications, but also individual programs to professionals and businesses, whether basic knowledge or specialized. 

Professional trainer skills, fuel tank safety, fire and smoke training, safety system management, English courses for engineers and aircraft crews are some of the special programs that upgrade the services of aircraft engineers as well as agency and business personnel.

Upon successful completion of the training courses, all approved certifications are provided. 

QUALITY MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMS & PRINCIPLES
FOR AVIATION

Quality Management Systems & Principles for Aviation

Objective

Establish standardized QMS procedures and continuous improvement techniques in Aviation industry. Ensure that participants are adequately trained in order to establish, implement, and continuously improve the Quality System in accordance with the international aviation laws and regulations, and standards, and gain the knowledge to recognize potentially risky situations that may affect the organization. 


Target Group

This training course applies to all types of QMS of any known standard.

 

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Έλικας ελικοφόρου αεροπλάνου

COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES

Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English.


 

QUALITY AUDITING PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES FOR AVIATION

Quality Auditing Principles and Techniques for Aviation

Objective

Establish standardized Quality Audit Procedures and Techniques in Aviation industry activities. By conducting the exercises it is ensured that all participants are adequately trained to accomplish the audit in accordance with the international aviation laws, regulations, audit standards, techniques and have the knowledge to recognize and handle potentially unsafe or non-conforming situations that may arise during the audit and affect the organization. 


Target Group

This training course applies to all types of audits of any known standard.

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

2 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English.


 

HUMAN FACTORS
IN AVIATION
MAINTENANCE

Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance

Objective

To familiarize personnel with Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance subjects in accordance with EASA Part-145 requirements. Upon completion of the course, the participant will be able to: - Understand the nature of Human Error; - Identify and predict potential maintenance Human Error; - Reduce human error working under the stress and fatigue; - Identify strategies for reducing or controlling maintenance Human Error; - Adopt a credible, non-punitive policy toward human error (not violations); - Demonstrate a commitment to taking action to reduce error-inducing conditions; - Provide training in Threat & Error Management strategies for individuals and maintenance teams; - Identify threats and deal with them before they become errors; - Assist in assessing current and proposed maintenance policies and procedures; - Conduct investigations for individuals involved mishaps or other incidents; - Develop effective risk management practices. 


Target Group

This course is suitable for aviation professionals who require a practical overview of Human Factors and associated EASA regulatory requirements. 

The course is also addressed to Personnel Engaged in EASA Part-145 Approved Organization activities Part-147, Part-M including Postholders, Managers, Supervisors, Certifying Staff, Technicians, Trainers, Auditors and Supporting Staff like Planners, Engineers and stores staff not excluding Pilots, flight crew. 

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Μηχανικός αεροσκαφών ελέγχει τουρμίνα-έλικα αεροπλάνου

COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English and should have a background in aviation Maintenance or Management.


 

HUMAN FACTORS
IN AVIATION MAINTENANCE
(recurrent)

Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance (recurrent)

Objective

To assist in keeping current the knowledge of Human Factors training to all personnel awarded the Certificate for Human Factors Initial training. 


Target Group

Personnel Engaged in EASA Part-145 Approved Organization activities Part-147, Part-M including Postholders, Managers, Supervisors, Certifying Staff, Technicians, Trainers, Auditors and Supporting Staff like Planners, Engineers and stores staff not excluding Pilots, flight crew.  

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

1 day x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Certificate in Human Factors Initial Training.


 

FUEL TANK
SAFETY
(LEVEL 2)

Fuel Tank Safety (Level 2)

Objective

To provide for the participant all the necessary knowledge regarding implementation and compliance with Fuel Tank Safety and Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations regulations of respective Part-M and Part-145 of EC Regulation 1321/2014 ((Appendix IV to AMC 145.A.30(e) and 145.B.10(3) ). 


Target Group

This course is suitable for Part-145 Maintenance Organizations Personnel, for Training Personnel and for personnel involved with Continuous Airworthiness tasks. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

1 day x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with Relevant EASA regulations.


ELECTRICAL WIRING INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM (EWIS)

Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS)

Objective

EWIS training program goal is to provide operators, holders of TC, holders of STC, maintenance organizations and persons performing field approval modifications or repairs a model for the development of their own EWIS training program. This will ensure that proper procedures, methods techniques, and practices are used when performing maintenance, preventive maintenance, inspection, alteration, and cleaning of EWIS. 

This course also provides guidance for personnel who are not directly involved in the maintenance and inspection of EWIS. 

Training personnel in these groups would greatly enhance awareness of the importance of EWIS safety in the overall safe operation of airplanes. Although these groups are not directly involved in the maintenance of EWIS, they have the potential to have an adverse impact on EWIS.  


Target Group

Group 1.  Qualified staff performing EWIS maintenance. Personnel who perform wiring systems maintenance and their training is based on their job description and the work being done by them (e.g. avionics skilled workers or technicians’ cat B2). 

Group 2. Qualified staff performing maintenance inspections on wiring systems. Personnel who perform EWIS inspections (but not maintenance), and their training is based on their job description and the work being done by them (e.g. inspectors/technicians cat B2). 

Group 3. Qualified staff performing electrical /avionic engineering on in-service airplane. Those who are authorized to design EWIS installations, modifications and repairs (e.g. electric/avionic engineers). 

Group 4. Qualified    staff   performing   general  maintenance /inspections not involving wire maintenance (LRU change is not considered wire maintenance). Personnel who perform maintenance on airplane that may require removal/reconnection of electrical connective devices (e.g. inspectors/technicians cat A or B1). 

Group 5. Qualified staff performing other engineering or planning work on in-service airplane. Those who are authorised to design mechanical/structure systems installations, modifications  and repairs, or personnel who are authorised to plan maintenance tasks. 

Group 6.   Other service staff with duties in proximity to EWIS. Personnel whose duties would bring them into contact/view of aeroplane wiring systems. This would include, but not be limited to: Aeroplane cleaners, cargo loaders, fuelers, lavatory servicing personnel, de-icing personnel, push back personnel. 

Group 7. Flight Deck Crew. (E.g. Pilots, Flight Engineers). 

Group 8. Cabin Crew 

 

 

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Μηχανή αεροσκάφους σκόρπια

COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

 

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with relevant topics and regulations.


PROFESSIONAL
SKILLS
FOR INSTRUCTORS

Professional Skills for Instructors

Objective

To provide the knowledge for training personnel in developing skills, methods and techniques to deliver and optimize training courses and presentations.  

To assist in locating key points for planning and presenting teaching material, as well as to improve their communication ability in providing feedback to students. 


Target Group

This course is suitable for Personnel assigned instructor’s duties in Part-147 Organization’s and Part-M and Part-145 Maintenance Organizations Personnel assigned instructor’s duties. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with relevant EASA regulations and Modules Training Material.


EASA PART-145
LEGISLATION

EASA Part-145 Legislation

Objective

To provide knowledge on the implementation and compliance of Current EASA Part – 145 regulation to all Maintenance personnel.  


Target Group

This course is suitable for Part-145 Maintenance Organizations Personnel, for Training Personnel and for personnel involved with Continuous Airworthiness tasks. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with relevant EASA regulations.

EASA PART-M
LEGISLATION

EASA Part-M Legislation

Objective

To provide knowledge on the implementation and compliance of Current EASA Part – M regulation to all Maintenance personnel.  


Target Group

This course is suitable for Part-145 Maintenance Organizations Personnel, for Training Personnel and for personnel involved with Continuous Airworthiness tasks. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with relevant EASA regulations.


EASA
AVIATION LEGISLATION

EASA Aviation Legislation

Objective

To provide knowledge on the implementation and compliance of Current EASA Legislation Regulation to all personnel involved in Airworthiness activities. 

The aim of the course is mainly to introduce the requirements and the necessity of everyone engaged in Airworthiness Operations to follow procedures and ensure that incomplete or incorrect procedures are identified in order to be resolved and prevented in future. 


Target Group

This course is suitable for Part-145 Maintenance Organizations Personnel, for Training Personnel and for personnel involved with Continuous Airworthiness tasks. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

2 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with relevant EASA regulations.

SAFETY MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM (SMS)
MANAGERS & KEY PERSONNEL

Safety Management System (SMS) Managers & Key Personnel

Objective

ICAO and other regulators require all aviation organizations to implement an SMS. A Safety Management System is essential in order to manage risk and keep aircraft operations to an acceptable level of safety. In order to manage such a program an organisation requires the necessary knowledge and skills. This particular training covers the knowledge and skills necessary for the safety and quality professionals, line managers and the personnel who would work in the implementation and operation of the SMS.  

The training will assist the participants to:  

• Take appropriate role in the implementation of SMS within the organisation  

• Apply effectively SMS-related processes and tools  

• Promote SMS and Safety Culture within their area of influence  

• Make decisions with appropriate considerations to safety matters  

• Assist the organisation to improve safety and operational performance.  


Target Group

This course is suitable for: Safety Managers, Safety Officers, Line Managers, Safety Quality Personnel, Safety Committee Members, Compliance Managers, Risk Assessors and other Nominated Key Personnel that can take a role in the Implementation of SMS. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

4 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English Language. Familiarity with relevant EASA Regulations & Systems.


 

SAFETY MANAGEMENT
SYSTEM (SMS) FOR
ALL KEY PERSONNEL

Safety Management System (SMS) for All Personnel

Objective

A Safety Management System is essential to manage risk and keep aircraft operations to an acceptable level of safety. SMS is successful only if the organisation engages everybody’s commitment and involvement in the SMS processes. The training is designed to address this involvement and assist the organisation not only to meet the requirements but also to achieve safety and operational benefits.  

The training will assist the participants to:  

• Support their organisation initiatives on SMS Implementation  

• Report incidents, hazards etc., using the reporting tools provided by the company and knowing how/when to report the appropriate information  

• Make safety suggestions and act in ways that promote and improve safety; contribute to the risk management process by providing ideas and applying the measures output by this process.  

• Cooperate and communicate effectively safety matters with other staff from within the department as well as with staff from other departments 


Target Group

All Nominated Key Personnel that Can Take a Role in the Implementation of SMS. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

1 day x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English Language. Familiarity with relevant EASA Regulations & Systems.


 

AUDITING AVIATION
SAFETY MANAGEMENT
SYSTEMS (SMS)

Auditing Aviation Safety Management System (SMS)

Objective

ICAO and other regulations require that all aviation organisations have a Safety Management System and consequently a process for auditing their SMS. Auditing SMS implementation requires different skills in addition to the normal auditing skills. Auditors are required to be specifically trained for these skills to be able perform audits not only for compliance but also for performance of the SMS. Specialized training has been developed to train auditors in the methodology and in its application in real life audits.  

The training will assist the participants to:   

• Understand the essential elements of a successful SMS audit  

• Understand the methodology for assessing SMS  

• Audit SMS implementation using  

  • Regular auditing technique where possible  

  • Special auditing techniques when necessary  

• Analyze and integrate the results of the audit  

• Formulate and present conclusions and recommendations to senior management  


Target Group

SMS Auditors, Safety Managers, Safety Officers, Safety Quality Personnel, Safety Committee Members, Compliance Managers, Risk Assessors and other Nominated Key Personnel that can take a role in the SMS Auditing. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with relevant EASA Regulations & Auditing Systems.


 

AVIATION RISK ASSESSMENT
MANAGEMENT TRAINING

Aviation Risk Assessment Management Training

Objective

The training will assist participants to:
• Ensure company complies with regulatory requirements related to risk management for aviation
• Contribute to an improved picture of company hazards
• Improve the quality of risk assessments
• Utilize risk assessments to make safety-related and operation-related decisions
• Ensure risk assessment improves the way that the company manages safety and the effectiveness of the aviation SMS  


Target Group

Safety Managers, Quality Personnel, Safety Committee Members, Compliance Managers, Risk Assessors and Other Nominated Key Personnel that can take a role in Risk Assessment. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

2 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiarity with relevant EASA Regulations & Auditing Systems.


FIRE AND SMOKE
TRAINING

Fire and Smoke Training

Objective

  • Emphasis on the responsibility of cabin crew to deal promptly with emergencies involving fire and smoke and, in particular, emphasis on the importance of identifying the actual source of the fire
  • The importance of informing the flight crew immediately, as well as the specific actions necessary for co-ordination and assistance, when fire or smoke is discovered
  • The necessity for frequent checking of potential fire-risk areas including toilets, and the associated smoke detectors
  • The classification of fires and the appropriate type of extinguishing agents and procedures for particular fire situations, the techniques of application of extinguishing agents, the consequences of misapplication, and of use in a confined space
  • The general procedures of ground-based emergency services at aerodromes. 

 

Target Group

Air crew including: Captains, First officers, Flight engineers, Aircraft engineers, Cabin crew, Ground Operations staff, Personnel of Maintenance Organizations Employees of a Company’s.
Manufacturing markets include core manufacturing markets in machinery and computer equipment, chemical and allied products, fabricated metals, electronics, transportation, and measurement/controlling industries. 

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

2 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Familiar with relevant Fire Fighting Requirements.


CREW RESOURCE
MANAGEMENT

Crew Resource Management

Objective

  • Clear, comprehensive standard operating procedures.
  • Focus on the functioning of crewmembers as teams, not as a collection of technically competent individuals. Whenever possible, pilots should be graded as a crew, rather than as an individual.
  • Instruct crewmembers how to behave in ways that foster crew effectiveness
  • Provide opportunities for crewmembers to practice the skills necessary to be effective team leaders and team members.
  • Error Management


Target Group

Air crew including: Captains, First Officers, Flight Engineers, Aircraft Engineers, Cabin Crew, Ground Operations Staff, employees.

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Optional knowledge and relevant understanding of Human Factors and Personnel issues helps to better understand the relevant subject.


ENGLISH FOR AIRCRAFT
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERS
& AIR CREW

English For Aircraft Maintenance Engineers & Air Crew

Objective

To introduce the English language ‘Aircraft Maintenance Terms’ to all Licensed and Unlicensed Personnel involved with Aircraft Maintenance - Airworthiness and Aircraft Operation.

To improve the written or verbal communication between colleagues, over the phone conversation or Ground to Air Communication, Incident Reporting, Damage Description, Using Manuals, Formal Reports, Parts Identification & Ordering Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing Improvement.


Target Group

Air crew including: Captains, First Officers, Flight Engineers, Aircraft Engineers, Post Holders, Reviewers, Auditors, Cabin Crew, Ground Operations Staff, Tarmac and Ground Handling Personnel, potential maintenance and Airworthiness Personnel. Employees of a Company.

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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. Optional knowledge and relevant understanding of Aircraft Basic Technical Terms will help to better understand the relevant subject.


EASA AIR OPS
(EU-965/2012)

EASA Air Ops (EU-965/2012)

Objective

EU Regulation 965/2012 has a significant impact on how National Aviation authorities (NAA) and Operators work and demonstrate their compliance with regulations. 

Focused on key personnel involved in Aviation Management, Flight Operations or Aircraft Maintenance Environment and have a role in the implementation of Part OPS transition from EU OPS.

Designed to gain knowledge of the basic principles and structure of Regulation Air Operations, to understand the different types of operation and their applicability.

To familiarize AOC holders and other Operational and Concerned Personnel with a detailed understanding of EASA Part OPS Structure and Environment related to SPO with emphasis on Compliance Monitoring and AMC & GM procedures.


Target Group

This training is specifically focused on key personnel in Aviation Management

  • Operators: Operations personnel from Flight OPS, Maintenance, Crew Training and Ground Ops., including Nominated Postholders, Compliance Monitoring Managers (Quality Managers) and Auditors, Safety Managers, Flight Safety Officers, Pilots, Flight Operations Officers and Cabin Crew Management
  • Postholders and other key personnel, Maintenance organizations management and employees, Training Organizations management, Civil aviation and Aero-medical and Airport authorities staff, Ground Operations Personnel International organizations operations personnel.
  • International Organizations operating in European aviation environment or training for this environment.
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COURSE FEATURES

Duration

3 days x 8 hrs

Language English
Exam / Assessment Yes

LESSON TIMES
Tailor made upon request

Prerequisites: Participants must be able to read and understand text in English. General knowledge of aviation and the understanding of Operations within European Aviation is beneficial.