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COSCAP-South Asia - Flight Operations & Personnel Licensing

TRAINING COURSES AVAILABLE TO THE MEMBER STATES

UNDER COSCAP-SOUTH ASIA

01. Basic Inspector Course (OI-001)

Approximate duration - 5 days Source - COSCAP Location - South Asia

This course is provided by CTA / RFOE /PC and will cover in detail the content of the Manual of Air Operator Certification, Administration and Surveillance.  The 1st course should be attended by the more senior Inspectors of a particular State in order that feedback can be provided to CTA on amendments to the Manual.  All Flight Operations Inspectors in the region require this training and a period of OJT.

02. Advanced Inspector Course (OI-002)

Approximate Duration - 5 days   Source - COSCAP/External    Location - South Asia

This course would be provided to Inspectors who have completed the Basic Course and would cover in considerable detail the process for MEL approval, aircraft performance, etc.  Depending on the time available, duration and availability of instructors, some of the training modules outlined below may form part of the Advanced Inspector Course.  All Flight Operations Inspectors in the region require this training and a period of OJT.    

03. Cabin Safety Inspector Course (OI-003)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source - External Location - South Asia

This course is to be provided by a Cabin Safety Inspector from a donor State.  While the focus will be primarily related to the inspection function some practical training may be provided to Inspectors at an airline facility.  All Operations Inspectors involved with large aircraft require this training and a period of OJT. 

04. Dangerous Goods Course (OI-004)

Approximate Duration -2 days Source - External Location - South Asia

This training will be provided by ICAO or a donor State.  The course will provide an Inspector with knowledge related to the transportation by air of Dangerous Goods and the certification and inspection requirements.  All Flight Operations Inspectors require this training and a period of OJT.

05. Aircraft Type Training Course (OI-005)

Approximate Duration - 5 weeks Source - External Location - International

Regional Inspectors will require initial training and recurrent training on a particular aircraft type.  The type selected will be an aircraft type where a State lacks a suitably qualified National Inspector.  Both Airbus and Boeing aircraft have indicated that they would be receptive to a donation in kind to provide this training.  To the greatest extent possible recurrent training could be provided in Asia but initial training will take place at a training facility chosen by the donor. Training is provided to crews and where only one Regional Inspector is available training could be offered to a National Inspector.

06. Audit Process Course (OI-006)

Approximate Duration - 3 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The training will be provided by a donor state. The course will provide the Inspector with a detailed knowledge of the Audit process including follow-up. All Flight Operations and Airworthiness Inspectors require this training and a period of OJT.

07. Aviation Safety Promotion Course (OI-007)

Approximate Duration - 3 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The training will be provided by a donor state. The course will provide the Inspector with basic knowledge of accident prevention concepts, activities and prevention organisations. All Flight Operations Inspectors require this training..

08. Aerodrome Certification and Inspections (OI-008)

Approximate Duration - 3 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The training will be provided by a donor state. The course will provide the Inspector with a basic knowledge of aerodrome safety standards and the inspection and certification of aerodromes. For states with a large number of Inspectors they may wish to designate only a certain number to take this training. For other states with only one or two Inspectors all Inspectors require this training. 

09. Accident Investigation Course (OI-009)

Approximate Duration - 5 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The training will be provided by a donor state. The course will provide the Inspector with basic information of the process, investigation methods and report preparation. Inspectors' assigned responsibilities for accident investigation require this training.

10. Simulator Approval Course (OI-010)

Approximate Duration - 5 days Source - External Location - International

The Simulator Approval process is very technical and a source for the training will need to be found outside of the region. The training will outline the requirements and processes for the approval of simulators. An extensive period of OJT will also be required in order that the Inspector is able to perform this function to an acceptable standard. For these reasons it is recommended that only a few Inspectors receive this training. They would then approve simulators on behalf of many States.

11. Crew Resource Management Training (OI-011)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The training is to be provided by a donor organization. The major cause of accidents is related to human factors. While many airlines provide crew resource management training to their flight crews it is important that Inspectors also receive this training in order that they can promote the use of these skills. The course would provide Inspectors with information on the skills required for effective crew resource management. All Inspectors should receive this training.

12. Management Safety Culture Workshop (OI-011)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source External Location - South Asia 

This kind of training has been provided in the past in some sates to appraise Senior Managers of Airlines of the importance in not only maintaining safety standards, but to foster an environment that will lead to continuous improvement in safety. The airlines would be contacted to determine/encourage their interest in attendance at such a workshop. Government officials at levels equivalent to those of the participants would also attend.

13. Personnel Licensing Training Course (PLI-001)

Approximate Duration - 5 days Source - COSCAP-SA Location - South Asia 

The training will provide candidates with up-dated information on Air Crew, AME and ATC licensing standards and procedures. The course is for Personnel Licensing Specialists.

14. Aviation Medical Workshop (PLI-002)

Approximate Duration - 5 days Source - External Location - South Asia 

The training will provide candidates with up-dated information on Air Crew medical standards and procedures. The course is for Aviation Medical Examiners in the region and CAA staff.

15. CAT II/III Workshop (OI-012)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source - COSCAP-SA Location - South Asia 

The training will provide candidates with requirements for the introduction of CAT II/III operations. It will outline in general terms the Airport, ATC, Air Operator and CAA requirements. The course is for CAA inspectors, ATC, Air Operator and Airport Personnel.

16. Instructor Pilot/Check Pilot Workshop (OI-013)

Approximate Duration - 3 days Source - COSCAP-SA Location- South Asia

The Workshop will outline the responsibilities, procedures and standards to be used by Instructor Pilots/Check Pilots in the performance of their duties. The course is for CAA Inspectors and Instructor Pilots/Check Pilots performing duties on behalf of the CAA.

17. Aviation Security Workshops (OI-014)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The purpose of the Workshop is to provide participants an overview of Aviation Security requirements and to review the components of an effective Security Programme. The training is required for CAA Security Specialist and Air operator Security Specialist.

18. GPS Workshops (OI-015)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The purpose of the Workshop is to familiarise local CAAs, air operators and ATS providers with the latest developments in GPS technology, to identify ways in which it can assist them, and to assist them with an implementation programme.

19. Workshop on Economics of an Aviation Authority

Approximate Duration - 5 days Source - External Location - South Asia
The purpose of the Workshop is to review the States' obligations for Safety Oversight and to outline the needs for a viable CAA to include budgets, human and material resources and management of the CAA. Managers of the CAA should attend the Workshop.

20. Aircraft Performance Review (OI-016)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source - External Location - South Asia

The purpose of the course is to provide a review of the certification basis for aircraft operational performance and to review its application in aircraft operations. Emphasis is placed on performance criteria that can enhance the safety of operations. This training is required for Performance Engineers and Flight Operations inspectors.

21. Wildlife Hazard Management Workshop (OI-017)

Approximate Duration - 2 days Source - COSCAP-SA Location - South Asia

The purpose of the Workshop is to provide participants with updated information on Wildlife Hazards and to inform candidates of strategies to manage these hazards. The Workshop is intended for CAA and airport staff responsible for managing or implementing Wildlife Control Programmes.

22. Accident Prevention Workshop (OI-018)

Approximate Duration - 4 days Source - COSCAP-SA Location - South Asia

The purpose of the Workshop is to inform candidates of the latest safety information and techniques that can be used to prevent accidents. The Workshop will be held in t wo parts. The first part will deal with Accident Prevention techniques related to the major causes of accidents - CFIT, ALAR, Upset Recovery, etc. The second part of the programme will cover Human Factors and FOQA programmes. The Workshops is for Flight Operations Inspectors, Senior airline flight operations personnel and Flight Safety Programme Managers

23. Safety Management Systems Training (OI-019)

Approximate Duration - 5 days Source - COSCAP-SA Location - South Asia

The purpose of the Safety Management Systems training is to provide a thorough understanding of the concepts of Safety Management Systems and assist organizations in bringing their current safety programs into compliance with the ICAO recommendations and standards. The training will also afford an opportunity to the participants to work with their organization's program and document specific risks in their operations. 

Who Should Attend: To gain the most from this program more than one individual should be selected to attend from every organization / air operator. It would be best to choose at least one person, in a management level if possible, from each of the main operating departments; Flight operations (pilot), Cabin services (cabin crew), Maintenance and Quality Control (engineer), Ground operations (ramp or gate), and others. Personnel from the Aviation Authority should also be selected from the various expertise areas to ensure a complete aviation system is represented in the course.

24. Dangerous Goods Safety Oversight Course (OI-020)

Approximate Duration - 5 days Cource - COSCAP-SA Location - South Asia

The purpose of this course is to inform candidates of the best practices to be adopted in the certification, surveillance and enforcement of safety standards relating to transport of Dangerosu Goods by Air. The Course is primarily aimed at Operations and/or Airworthiness Inspectors, Airline Ground Staff engaged in transportation of Dangerous Goods by Air.

25. Advanced Cabin Safety Inspector Course (OI-021)

Approximate Duration - 4 days Cource - COSCAP-SA Location - South Asia

This course is to be provided by a group of Cabin Safety specialists hired from donor State or States.  The training course is primarily focussed at both the initial and recurrent training requirements for cabin crewmembes and cabin safety personnel to be employed by airlines. The course is aimed Operations Inspectors of the Civil Aviation Authorities and Training Instructors of the Airlines who are in charge of cabin crewmember training.

Important

The Member States which are desirous of conducting the above training courses in their respective States for their staff, are advised to make early request for such trining, preferably before the preparation of the Annual Training Programme of COSCAP-South Asia for the respective year.

(last updated on 03-Feb-2011)

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