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Change Management in accordance with EU/EASA requirements

Change Management as a formal requirement is a new concept to many aerodrome operators. New Implementing Rules (IR’s) for aerodromes outline many requirements for operators to comply with, concerning Change Management; however, they are not very clear on specific details of when to apply and what to do. Within the paradigm of performance-based regulation the accountable manager is responsible for ensuring compliance and maintaining safety performance during any change within the aerodrome facilities, infrastructure, operations or organisation – planned or unplanned. Competent Authority (CA) aerodrome inspectors are now required to approve applications for change and to monitor the operator’s management of such changes; this requires a detailed understanding of the subject and its practical application.

This 3-day course will go beyond the EASA requirements and introduce the attendee to the practical application of management and safety tools to assist operators maintain their legal requirements during any organisational, operational or design change. Wherever possible, practical examples will be used to enhance the learning experience and attendees will be encouraged to participate in discussions and offer examples from personal experience.

Specifically, the course will cover: the practical planning and management of projects that introduce changes, whether these are construction, heavy maintenance, larger aircraft operations, new procedures or re-organisation; developing an effective procedure for managing changes that require prior approval; safety monitoring; and performance monitoring and measurement.

Course Details

Location: Berlin
Language: English
Date: 18.04.-20.04.2018
Duration: 3 days

Course Fee

1.725,00 €
1.638,75 €
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

Course Content

Regulatory requirements for Change Management

  • EU (EC Reg 216/2008 The Basic Regulation, and COMM Reg 139/2014 The Aerodrome Cover Regulation and its Annexes-Implementing Rules)
  • EASA Acceptable and Alternative Means of Compliance (AMC & AltMoC), and Guidance Material (GM)
  • EASA Certification Specifications for aerodrome design (CS ADR-DSN) and GM

Changes

  • Identifying Changes in the “system”
  • Classifying “changes”
  • Routine, non-routine and new activities – both operations and maintenance

Change Management Procedure

  • Changes requiring prior approval
  • Changes not requiring prior approval
  • Developing an effective and foolproof procedure
  • Aerodrome Manual requirements
  • Approaching the Competent Authority with Change Plans

Managing Changes

  • Project planning and management
  • Testing and Verification
  • Hazard Identification
  • Impact Assessments (Safety, Risk and Compliance)
  • Performance monitoring and measuring
  • Auditing and inspecting
  • Project Control

Pre-approved Changes

  • Use of the aerodrome by larger aircraft
  • Reduced Rescue and Firefighting Services (RFFS)
  • Changes not requiring prior approval

Trainer

Steve Garrett

Mr Garrett is a safety trainer and consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry. In recent years Mr Garrett has been supporting airsight by conducting together large studies on behalf of EASA (e.g. “study on the regulation of ground de-icing and anti-icing services”), and by delivering training on the new EU Regulations and EASA Rules for aerodromes, authorities and organisations; including, certification, management systems, accountabilities for senior management, requirements for Authority Inspectors, human factors and operations. As a professional psychotherapist Mr Garrett has developed and conducted Human Factors training courses as well as stress and anger workshops. In addition, he has been a regular contributor to the SKYbrary website, and contributed to several EUROCONTROL safety programmes. As well as designing and delivering SMS training worldwide, Mr Garrett represented Europe's regional air operators, manufacturers and aerodromes in operational and safety matters within the JAA and during the emergence of EASA. Furthermore, Mr Garrett has more than 4,000 hours as a navigator with the Royal Air Force.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome accountable managers
  • Aerodrome senior and middle management
  • Aerodrome key post-holders (operations, maintenance, RFFS, compliance, safety and training)
  • Competent Authority personnel
  • Competent Authority Aerodrome inspectors
  • Providers of apron and aerodrome services – key personnel

Course Location

NH Collection Hotel Berlin Friedrichstraße
Telefon: +49 30 20 62 660

Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. The accommodation and travel costs are at the charge of the participants. Please note that airsight does not perform any travel and hotel bookings for the participants. Rooms can however be booked directly by the participants by contacting the hotel.

Organisational Details

To facilitate the participants’ arrivals and departures, the course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day: 8.00 am - 4:00 pm

All participants will receive an airsight certificate that is highly recognized throughout the aviation industry and currently held by more than 4200 aviation professionals.

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Course Details

Location: Berlin
Language: English
Date: 31.10.-02.11.2018
Duration: 3 days

Course Fee

1.725,00 €
1.638,75 €
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

Course Content

Regulatory requirements for Change Management

  • EU (EC Reg 216/2008 The Basic Regulation, and COMM Reg 139/2014 The Aerodrome Cover Regulation and its Annexes-Implementing Rules)
  • EASA Acceptable and Alternative Means of Compliance (AMC & AltMoC), and Guidance Material (GM)
  • EASA Certification Specifications for aerodrome design (CS ADR-DSN) and GM

Changes

  • Identifying Changes in the “system”
  • Classifying “changes”
  • Routine, non-routine and new activities – both operations and maintenance

Change Management Procedure

  • Changes requiring prior approval
  • Changes not requiring prior approval
  • Developing an effective and foolproof procedure
  • Aerodrome Manual requirements
  • Approaching the Competent Authority with Change Plans

Managing Changes

  • Project planning and management
  • Testing and Verification
  • Hazard Identification
  • Impact Assessments (Safety, Risk and Compliance)
  • Performance monitoring and measuring
  • Auditing and inspecting
  • Project Control

Pre-approved Changes

  • Use of the aerodrome by larger aircraft
  • Reduced Rescue and Firefighting Services (RFFS)
  • Changes not requiring prior approval

Trainer

Steve Garrett

Mr Garrett is a safety trainer and consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry. In recent years Mr Garrett has been supporting airsight by conducting together large studies on behalf of EASA (e.g. “study on the regulation of ground de-icing and anti-icing services”), and by delivering training on the new EU Regulations and EASA Rules for aerodromes, authorities and organisations; including, certification, management systems, accountabilities for senior management, requirements for Authority Inspectors, human factors and operations. As a professional psychotherapist Mr Garrett has developed and conducted Human Factors training courses as well as stress and anger workshops. In addition, he has been a regular contributor to the SKYbrary website, and contributed to several EUROCONTROL safety programmes. As well as designing and delivering SMS training worldwide, Mr Garrett represented Europe's regional air operators, manufacturers and aerodromes in operational and safety matters within the JAA and during the emergence of EASA. Furthermore, Mr Garrett has more than 4,000 hours as a navigator with the Royal Air Force.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome accountable managers
  • Aerodrome senior and middle management
  • Aerodrome key post-holders (operations, maintenance, RFFS, compliance, safety and training)
  • Competent Authority personnel
  • Competent Authority Aerodrome inspectors
  • Providers of apron and aerodrome services – key personnel

Course Location

InterCityHotel Berlin Hauptbahnhof
Telefon: +49 30 288755-0

Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. The accommodation and travel costs are at the charge of the participants. Please note that airsight does not perform any travel and hotel bookings for the participants. Rooms can however be booked directly by the participants by contacting the hotel.

Organisational Details

To facilitate the participants’ arrivals and departures, the course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day: 8.00 am - 4:00 pm

All participants will receive an airsight certificate that is highly recognized throughout the aviation industry and currently held by more than 4200 aviation professionals.

About airsight Trainings

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

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Course Details

Location: In-house
Language: English
Duration: 3 days

Course Content

Regulatory requirements for Change Management

  • EU (EC Reg 216/2008 The Basic Regulation, and COMM Reg 139/2014 The Aerodrome Cover Regulation and its Annexes-Implementing Rules)
  • EASA Acceptable and Alternative Means of Compliance (AMC & AltMoC), and Guidance Material (GM)
  • EASA Certification Specifications for aerodrome design (CS ADR-DSN) and GM

Changes

  • Identifying Changes in the “system”
  • Classifying “changes”
  • Routine, non-routine and new activities – both operations and maintenance

Change Management Procedure

  • Changes requiring prior approval
  • Changes not requiring prior approval
  • Developing an effective and foolproof procedure
  • Aerodrome Manual requirements
  • Approaching the Competent Authority with Change Plans

Managing Changes

  • Project planning and management
  • Testing and Verification
  • Hazard Identification
  • Impact Assessments (Safety, Risk and Compliance)
  • Performance monitoring and measuring
  • Auditing and inspecting
  • Project Control

Pre-approved Changes

  • Use of the aerodrome by larger aircraft
  • Reduced Rescue and Firefighting Services (RFFS)
  • Changes not requiring prior approval

Trainer

Steve Garrett

Mr Garrett is a safety trainer and consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the aviation industry. In recent years Mr Garrett has been supporting airsight by conducting together large studies on behalf of EASA (e.g. “study on the regulation of ground de-icing and anti-icing services”), and by delivering training on the new EU Regulations and EASA Rules for aerodromes, authorities and organisations; including, certification, management systems, accountabilities for senior management, requirements for Authority Inspectors, human factors and operations. As a professional psychotherapist Mr Garrett has developed and conducted Human Factors training courses as well as stress and anger workshops. In addition, he has been a regular contributor to the SKYbrary website, and contributed to several EUROCONTROL safety programmes. As well as designing and delivering SMS training worldwide, Mr Garrett represented Europe's regional air operators, manufacturers and aerodromes in operational and safety matters within the JAA and during the emergence of EASA. Furthermore, Mr Garrett has more than 4,000 hours as a navigator with the Royal Air Force.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome accountable managers
  • Aerodrome senior and middle management
  • Aerodrome key post-holders (operations, maintenance, RFFS, compliance, safety and training)
  • Competent Authority personnel
  • Competent Authority Aerodrome inspectors
  • Providers of apron and aerodrome services – key personnel

Organisational Details

airsight offers this training course on request, worldwide. All participants will receive an airsight certificate that is highly recognized throughout the aviation industry and currently held by more than 4200 aviation professionals.

About airsight Trainings

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

Show more