PART 145 COURSES

STEIA PART 145 TRAINING COURSES
Comprehensive, Regulatory-Compliant, Practical, Engaging

Part 145 Safety Management Training Plan

A good Part 145 Safety Management Training Plan should cover a range of topics and provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively manage safety within a Part 145 Maintenance Organization. 

 

While specific requirements may vary depending on the course provider and industry standards, here are some key elements that a comprehensive safety management course should include:

 

Safety Management System (SMS) Fundamentals: The course should provide a solid understanding of the principles, concepts, and components of an SMS. This includes knowledge of safety policies, safety risk management, safety assurance, and safety promotion.

 

Regulatory Framework: Participants should be familiar with the relevant regulations and standards governing aviation safety management, including those specific to Part 145 Maintenance Organizations. This may include understanding the requirements of regulatory bodies such as the EASA.

 

Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment: Effective hazard identification and risk assessment are vital in safety management. The course should cover techniques and methodologies for identifying hazards, assessing risks, and implementing appropriate risk mitigation strategies.

 

Safety Performance Monitoring and Measurement: Participants should learn how to establish safety performance indicators, collect safety data, and analyze safety performance. This includes techniques for monitoring safety trends, conducting safety audits, and implementing corrective actions.

 

Incident Investigation and Analysis: Understanding the process of incident investigation and analysis is essential for identifying underlying causes, developing preventive measures, and learning from past incidents. The course should cover investigation techniques, root cause analysis, and the importance of reporting and analyzing incidents.

 

Safety Communication and Training: Effective safety communication is critical for promoting a safety culture within an organization. The course should address strategies for effective safety communication, including internal communication, safety meetings, safety reporting, and training programs.

 

Human Factors: Human factors play a significant role in safety management. The course should cover human factors principles and their application in identifying and managing human error, fatigue, communication issues, and other human-related safety factors.

 

Emergency Response and Crisis Management: Part 145 Safety Managers should be prepared to handle emergency situations and crises effectively. The course should provide knowledge and skills related to emergency response planning, crisis communication, and coordination with relevant stakeholders.

 

Safety Culture and Leadership: A strong safety culture is essential for successful safety management. The course should emphasize the role of leadership in promoting and sustaining a positive safety culture, including effective safety leadership behaviors and strategies.

 

Case Studies and Best Practices: Practical examples, case studies, and real-life scenarios should be incorporated into the course to illustrate concepts and best practices in safety management within Part 145 Maintenance Organizations.

These are general requirements for a good Part 145 Safety Management course. It's important to note that the specific content and duration of the course may vary depending on the training provider, target audience, and industry requirements. 

It is advisable to seek courses offered by reputable training organizations that have expertise in aviation safety management and align with relevant regulatory standards.

145.EN.101

BASIC COURSE "SMS" to PART 145
for Maintenance Organization

___________________________________________________________________________________________________

(*) Applicable Regulation and revision 

145.EN.111

PART 145 REGULATION COURSE
for Maintenance Organization

_____________________________________________________________________________________________________

(*) Applicable Regulation and revision 

145.EN.121

PART 145 SAFETY MANAGER COURSE
for Maintenance Organization

(1) knowledge of ICAO standards and European requirements on safety management;

(2) an understanding of management systems, including compliance monitoring systems;

(3) an understanding of risk management;

(4) an understanding of safety investigation techniques and root cause methodologies;

(5) an understanding of human factors;

(6) understanding and promotion of a positive safety culture;

(7) development of operational experiences for the activities of Safety Manager of the Production organization, with safety management , interpersonal and leadership skills, the ability to influence staff, oral and written communications skills and data management, analytical and problem-solving

(*) Applicable Regulation and revision 

145.EN.122

PART 145 COMPLIANCE MONITORING MANAGER COURSE
for Maintenance Organization

(*) Applicable Regulation and revision 


145.EN.123

SMS & PART 145 ACCOUNTABLE & MANAGERS COURSE
for Maintenance Organization

(*) Applicable Regulation and revision 

145.EN.125

SAFETY INTERNAL INVESTIGATOR COURSE
for Maintenance Organization

(*) Applicable Regulation and revisions

145.EN.201

PART 145 SAFETY TRAINING
for Maintenance Organization

(1)      General/Introduction to safety management and human factors

(2)      Safety risk management

(3)      Safety Culture/Organisational factors

(4)      Human Error

(5)      Human performance & limitations

(6)      Environment

(7)      Procedures, information, tools and practices

(8)      Communication

(9)      Teamwork

(10)   Professionalism and integrity

(11)   Organisation’s safety programme

(*) Applicable Regulation and revisions

145.EN.301

SAFETY MANAGEMENT MANUAL COURSE
for Maintenance Organization

(*) Applicable Regulation and revisions

145.EN.302

MOE, MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION EXPOSITION COURSE
for Maintenance Organization 

(*) Applicable Regulation and revisions