Подготовка авиационного персонала (ATO)
issued in accordance with Part-CC, pursuant to the Polish CAA Decision ULC-LOL-5/0773-0126/07/15
Initial and Recurrent Training
Initial and Recurrent Training
The newly adopted provisions for dangerous goods training incorporate a competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) approach and become mandatory for dangerous goods training as of January 1, 2023. The objective of competency-based training and assessment (CBTA) is to use the necessary tools to clearly establish the training needs for a specific job position and then ensure that employees acquire the level of knowledge and demonstrate the right skills to perform that position.
Three courses available for DGR Instructors using competency-based training and assessment (CBTA):
- Competency-Based Training for Dangerous Goods Instructional Designer
- Competency-Based Training for Dangerous Goods Instructor
- Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR) — Instructor Refresher
Any organization which introduced a Safety Management System (SMS) conducts activities aimed at improving its operational efficiency and safety. The organization aims to ensure the proper functioning of SMS while maintaining and even reducing the overall operating costs. At the same time, other systems used in the organization, e.g. on compliance with applicable regulations, health and safety at work, quality, security, fatigue management, are usually the subjects of separate studies, although they are based on a similar decision-making mechanism. Therefore, combining the similarities and common needs of different systems leads to more efficient and effective management at the highest level through development of an Integrated Management System (IMS). The integration of the above-mentioned systems results in the reduction of operating costs, reduction of tasks duplication and in more effective use of the working time of the management staff.
The course is intended for all those working in aviation who are responsible for managing the risk of fatigue. The course begins with an introduction to the science of fatigue and alertness management, and then describes PART-ORO’s requirements for FRM, how aviation operators manage fatigue risk, and how to develop a FRM system. Read more…
The course provides information on how successfully perform a risk assessment of identified hazards and avoid common mistakes. It also shows how to integrate safety incidents into risk assessment and how to perform risk assessments as part of change management procedures to ensure effective implementation of changes. Practical exercises take place after each theoretical session. Read more…
Development and implementation of an effective Safety Management System is one of the challenges for modern aviation organizations. Participants of the course will learn about the tools and methodology that will enable the effective implementation of a safety management system in an aviation organization, in accordance with the regulations of ICAO Annex 19, ICAO Document No. 9859 and the requirements of the EASA management system. Reade more…
The course meets the requirements of the initial training in the field of the Safety Management System in the CAMO environment, in accordance with the recommendations of EASA included in the Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM) to Annex V c (Part-CAMO) to the Regulation of the European Commission (EU) No. 1321/2014, GM 2 CAMO.A. 305. Read more…
Our training programs are consistent with international aviation regulations (PART-FCL, PART-CC, PART-ORA) and the EASA requirements.
The scope of the courses may be standard or tailored to Customer’s needs. Following our Customers’ expectations, theoretical parts of most training courses are also offered as distance or on-line learning.
ALL4JETS co-operates with a large group of well-known and experienced aviation professionals, such as TR/ SF instructors, safety and evacuation procedures instructors, CRM instructors who are also active pilots, flight attendants, engineers, aviation security specialists as well as with other personnel of widely understood aviation specialization.
Classes may be conducted in Polish, English and Russian.
We offer our assistance in the process of national pilot’s license conversion to ATPL(A) license in accordance with ICAO standards and PART-FCL regulations. Any questions can be sent to: [email protected]
ALL4JETS has been registered in the Registry of Training Organizations held by the Voivodship Labor Office in Warsaw under No. 2.14/00048/2016 The training courses placed in the Registry can be financed from public resources. The useful information can be found at: http://stor.praca.gov.pl/portal/#/ris