Programs: Regulatory Courses

Aircraft Hangar

Air Legislation & Airworthiness Requirements

For personnel in the field of aviation and aerospace

The aim of this course is to provide students with the basic foundation in understanding the implications of Air Laws in the aviation industry. It will cover the fundamental knowledge of airworthiness requirements as it relates to air travel and streamlining international governance of airspace for both military and civil airborne operations.

Students will be able to appreciate the importance of the implementations of the strict rules and regulations in the air transport industry, including the maintenance and manufacturing environments.

Duration

3 days (Initial)

2 days (Refresher)

Fees & Schedule

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Human Factors 

For personnel in the field of aviation and aerospace

This course is designed to provide an overview of the importance in understanding the human factors, in relation to safety awareness in the aviation industry, be it in an office environment, in a manufacturing facility, in the hangar or on the apron.

The application of safety rules and regulations is an integral part of the aviation discipline, and students will be able to appreciate the reasons for the implementation of the procedures as these are meant to ensure safety in the workplace to all parties, directly or otherwise.

Duration

2 days (Initial)

1 day (Refresher)

Fees & Schedule

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Safety Management System 

For personnel in the field of aviation and aerospace

The objective of our Safety Management System course is to ensure safe operations, improve operation efficiency and maintain aviation safety globally. This course aims to elaborate on the safety policies and objectives, safety risk management, safety assurance and safety promotion in an aviation environment.

Duration

2 days (Initial)

1 day (Refresher)

Fees & Schedule

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Fuel Tank Safety with CDCCL

For aircraft maintenance personnel

This course is designed to provide initial training to maintenance personnel on the history, theoretical and practical elements of Fuel Tank Safety (FTS) / Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations (CDCCL) in order to plan, perform, supervise, inspect and certify the maintenance of aircraft and fuel system components.

Duration

2 days (Initial)

1 day (Refresher)

Fees & Schedule

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Helicopter Cockpit

Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS)

For personnel in the field of aviation and aerospace

This course is designed to provide the theoretical training on Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS) for aircraft personnel who perform wiring systems maintenance in order to improve the airworthiness code for large aeroplanes and the requirements for continued airworthiness in the field of electrical wiring interconnection systems.

Duration

2 days (Initial)

1 day (Refresher)

Fees

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CAAM Part-145 Approved Maintenance Organization

For personnel in the field of aviation and aerospace

This course has been tailor made for AMO personnel looking to explore the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia's Part-145 Maintenance Approval principles and how best to determine corporate and individual responsibility to ensure your organisation meets the requirements.

The course will equip the participants with knowledge of key components of the CAAM Part-145, its implementations within an organisation and provide a regulatory and industry perspective for personnel involved in a Part-145 maintenance organisation.

Duration

2 days (Initial)

1 day (Refresher)

Fees

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CAAM Part M Continuing Airworthiness of Aircraft

For personnel in the field of aviation and aerospace

The aim of this course is to provide a thorough understanding of Part M regulations, which includes the role of Part M and its subparts within the context of the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia's framework.

Participants will learn key concepts and knowledge of CAAM Part M as appropriate to their aircraft and individual roles, demonstrate how to avoid potential issues with Part M implementations and apply these regulations in their related fields.

Duration

2 days (Initial)

1 day (Refresher)

Fees

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