Archive for July, 2013
LRTT – New syllabus and price for Module 13 - Tuesday, July 30th, 2013
Same duration of 15 days but with a lower price of £1200.00 plus VAT (was £1513.00 plus VAT)
Now 5 weeks in duration and priced at £1915.00 plus VAT (was £1907.50 plus VAT for the 4 week course)
Both courses start on 11th November 2013.
Bookings are being taken and we do have limited availability.
ICAO Annex 19 on SMS, 1st Edition Executive Summary available - Monday, July 29th, 2013
ICAO has made available an executive summary of the Annex 19 on SMS on their web site. You can go the relevant ICAO web site page here.
Instructor’s role & assessment document posted - Monday, July 29th, 2013
The outcome of two workshops held at this year’s Instructor Seminar at the Aircraft Maintenance and Training School, Hoogerheide, Netherlands, have been consolidated into a document now available for members.
Members may access the document at the Instructor Seminar page of this web site with their User Name and Password.
Courses from BAS Aircraft Engineering Training Centre - Monday, July 29th, 2013
BAETC Courses overview
BAS Aircraft Engineering Training Centre (BAETC) is an EASA 147 organization fully accredited by the European Aviation Safety Agency with accreditation certificate EASA 147.0002.
BAETC holds a peerless position as the most specialized aviation training centre in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Combining both practical and theoretical aspects of the principles of aircraft engineering the BAETC training program offers more personalized training and instruction by stipulating 12 to 15 students per class.
Practical courses take place at the BAS Engineering Practical Training Centre, located within Bahrain International Airport.
Students find themselves highly motivated and inspired by the exciting, hands-on learning environment, well preparing them for the rigors of professional life in the aviation industry.
BAETC is currently accredited to deliver training in the categories B1.1 and B2. Both categories require 2400 guided learning hours which are completed during the two year program.
BAETC has a wide range of type rating training and other courses available.
infoWERK i-news issue 13/02 - Thursday, July 25th, 2013
Ausrtia based infoWERK welcomes you to the second issue of their i-news in 2013. This issue contains news and articles around their new developments, customers and products.
You can contact infoWERK here
See infoWERK’s website here
Sabena technics training services web site update! - Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013
Bordeaux based Sabena technics training services has announced the update of their web site.
Stephan Wiegelmann, VP Sabena technics training services said, “The new look web site is more user friendly than the previous version. It includes quick links to key areas such as our extensive training catalogue and course schedule. This allows our customers to easily locate the courses they need. We’re very pleased with the new site and its navigation and we hope our customers and the training community will share our view.”
You can see the new site at : – http://www.sabenatechnics.com/content/about-training-services
You can contact Sabena technics training services here or from the web site.
Another Major Part 147 Approval for the Australian College of Kuwait - Friday, July 12th, 2013
The Australian College of Kuwait (ACK), having recently been approved by the General Civil Aviation Authority of the United Arab Emirates, now has three major approvals.
ACK is an Approved Maintenance Training Organization (AMTO) under the: –
European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
EASA Part-147 Approval Certificate
- Certificate no. EASA Part-147.0074 (Basic Training)
- Mechanical – B1.1
- Avionics – B2
Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA-Kuwait)
KCASR Part-147 Approval Certificate
- Certificate no. DGCA/AMTO/002 (Basic Training)
- Mechanical – B1.1
General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA-UAE)
CAR-147 Approval Certificate
- Certificate no. U.A.E. CAR 147/13/2013 (Basic Training)
- Mechanical – B1.1
Accountable Manager, Mr. Abdullah Al Sharhan, said, “This is another major development for the Australian College of Kuwait. Further, we are in the process of applying for Avionics (B2) approval from both the DGCA-Kuwait and GCAA-UAE. These are exciting times for us; our previous approvals (EASA & DGCA-Kuwait) and the most current GCAA approval, now opens the Middle East Region for ACK, for the exploration of Mechanical (B1.1) and Avionics (B2) Basic Maintenance Training.”
Mr. Abdullah Al Sharhan, continued, “Our recently announced partnership with Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT), with regards to Part-147 Basic Maintenance Training for both Mechanical (B1.1) and Avionics (B2), together with Type Training on Boeing and Airbus for both Mechanical (B1.1) and Avionics (B2), creates great opportunities for people to gain their licenses with us and really opens up the future for all.”
EU 1149/2011 compliant exam generation and delivery system from ASTech - Monday, July 8th, 2013
ASTech’s GEMS complies with all changes mandated by EASA
GEMS (General Examination Management System) now allows exam generation and delivery in compliance with the new requirements of the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) regulation coming into force August 1, 2013.
With GEMS being a software solution that automates the generation, delivery, and correction of Basic and Type examinations, ASTech realised the importance of updating the system in compliance with the new regulations. Accordingly, new versions of GEMS Basic and GEMS Type were released.
Paul Nolan, Managing Director at ASTech comments:
“Setting the needs of our customers as a priority, we are happy to provide a software solution for exam management that fully complies with EU1149/2011. Furthermore, we are committed to applying any future change to our software solutions that might be required by EASA. This is a great benefit for our customers as they don’t have to worry about the related impacts on their exam management.”
CAMO Approval for QCM - Thursday, July 4th, 2013
Under its CAMO Approval, Swiss based Q.C.M has just added further approvals for the Airbus A330 and A340.
The organisation is approved CAMO for the Cayman Island, Bermuda and Bahrain.
EASA EU 1149/2011 compliant training courses now available at LTT - Monday, July 1st, 2013
Press release – Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT)
EASA EU1149/2011-compliant training courses now available at LTT
400 training courses updated for 17 aircraft types
Hamburg, 01 July 2013:
Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT) now offers type and basic training in compliance with the new requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
The statutory requirement referred to as EU1149/2011 states that beginning August 1, 2013, only the new requirements for content and duration for EASA Part-147-approved Type and Basic Training will apply for training organizations as well as for license holders of EASA category B1 and B2.
This means that LTT already provides customers a total of 400 practical and theoretical EASA-approved type training courses for 17 aircraft types as well as 50 basic courses in compliance with the new regulations.
Accordingly, in June the authority responsible for the matter – the Federal Aviation Authority (Germany) – approved all relevant type training courses offered by Lufthansa Technical Training.
Rubin Siddique, Chief Commercial Officer at LTT:
“By approving the LTT training courses by the Federal Aviation Authority before the statutory deadline we have achieved our goal of offering customers a timely change to training concepts and content in accordance with the new EASA regulations, thus providing them the attendant advantages – such as reduced course durations for example.”
Thomas Bund, Project Manager at LTT commenting on the introduction of EU1149/2011:
“This implementation of the new EASA requirement was the most significant change to have occurred in the last decade. After all, the idea behind the extensive range of courses was to integrate additional training content into the courses for license holders of EASA categories B1 and B2. The course times also had to be redefined to comply with the Training Need Analysis just conducted for each of the 200 theoretical type training courses.”
For more information on EASA EU1149/2011, visit the LTT website: http://www.ltt.aero/en/eu1149
A high-resolution photograph is available free of charge on request.
About Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH:
Lufthansa Technical Training provides tailored solutions for companies and employees in the aviation industry, from selection and training to the placement of personnel.
More information: www.ltt.aero
Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH
60549 Frankfurt am Main
Phone: +49 69 696 90 668