Archive for November, 2015
AZUL LINHAS AEREAS BRASILEIRAS IMPLEMENTS MINT TRAINING MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE IN RECORD TIME! - Tuesday, November 24th, 2015
Kiel, 23 rd November 2015 – MINT Software Systems recently signed a service agreement with the São Paulo based airline Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras. The training management solution MINT TRMS went live after less than two weeks’ implementation time and will be used as an all-in-one solution for training scheduling, e-grading and records management for all cockpit and cabin personnel and as a full replacement of outdated software systems.
“We are very happy to welcome Azul Linhas Aéreas Brasileiras to the growing MINT user community”, says Christian Hollmann, VP of MINT Software Systems. “Our partners at Azul have selected MINT to substitute their legacy systems, which were in many ways not capable to fulfill their continuously increasing training requirements. Our software experts went on-site right after the contract signature to immediately start the scheduler training and software implementation. Only a few days later our software went live into production and Azul are now building the required qualification structure and training curricula into the MINT database”, he explains.
“We were especially impressed by the extraordinary flexibility of the MINT product and the powerful tools for training scheduling, e-grading and records management”, says José Jovita Mello Filho, IT Manager at Azul. “Additionally, the demonstrated skills implementing the MINT system into operative training branches at several large airlines who were seeking to replace their existing systems, has driven our decision”, he explains.
Contact: Frank Vieira Hugger : Director Sales and Marketing
MINT MEDIA INTERACTIVE Software
24118 Kiel, Germany
SR Technics 2016 open courses in Abu Dhabi - Friday, November 20th, 2015
Q.C.M AG SELECTS MINT FOR QUALITY AND RESOURCES MANAGEMENT - Tuesday, November 17th, 2015
Kiel, 17th November 2015 – MINT Software Systems is announcing the signature of a service agreement with Swiss based company “Q.C.M. quality control management AG” who have recently selected the SaaS version of MINT TRMS for the effective management of their growing EASA Part-147 Maintenance Training Organization.
The company based in Belp, Switzerland, will also apply MINT TRMS to support their EASA Part-M Continuing Airworthiness Management activities, their Part 21 Design Organization as well as the management of all related human and technical resources, even including the management of the hotel rooms at the Q.C.M. campus.
“We are very happy to welcome a customer with such diversified requirements”, says Jörg Latteier, Managing Director of MINT Software Systems. “Q.C.M. quality control management AG have acquired our software because we could prove during our demonstrations that it is capable to be used way beyond the classical training and qualification management purposes it originally has been designed for. This underlines the enormous flexibility and adaptation capability of our versatile system”, he explains.
“I am convinced that MINT TRMS provides the required flexibility to support all of QCM ́s activities. For us it was essential to be able to manage all company relevant data in one database. Additionally, we believe to achieve a vast productivity improvement because we have to move the data from several legacy tools to just one new system”, Markus Enck, CEO of Q.C.M. quality control management AG resumes.
Jörg Latteier adds: “The multi-purpose approach Q.C.M. quality control management AG is taking on with their implementation of the MINT System, will provide a “prove of concept” that will show how our software can handle CAMO, DOA, CRM and even hotel management tasks. We are committed to support QCM with these challenges and we are very excited to start the project implementation together with our new customer in the coming weeks”.
Frank Vieira Hugger
Director Sales and Marketing
Phone +49 (0)431 530 215 27
airberlin Newsflash! - Friday, November 13th, 2015
With details of the 63rd EAMTC meeting in Berlin, the latest upcoming courses, airberlin apprenticeships and more – you can see the airberlin newsflash here
web site: http://www.airberlin-technik.com
New revision to the QCM consolidated version - Tuesday, November 10th, 2015
QCM would like to inform you that they have incorporated the latest amendments to Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 published as
Commission Regulation (EU) No 2015/1536 of 16 September 2015 and to Decision No 2003/19/RM published as Decision No 2015/024/R of 19 October 2015 into their consolidated versions of: –
In addition you find a new consolidated version of the following new regulation:
- Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 Annex Va (Part-T)
As usual, the new consolidated versions can be found on the QCM homepage for free download after free of charge registration under: http://www.qcm.ch/en/publications/
In addition, QCM advise that they ensure that all of their training includes the latest amendments. Special courses regarding the latest changes have also been developed and are now available.
You find the list and description of all courses on the QCM homepage under http://www.qcm.ch/en/training/.
Georg Stöcker says, “All my colleagues and myself are looking forward to welcome you at our campus (http://www.qcm.ch/en/qcm-campus/) during one of our courses.
On request, we are more than happy to deliver training at your facility or location. All our trainers, as well as myself, are willing to travel to your place to make you familiar with the current regulations.
Should you need further information your queries are more than welcome.”
Belp, 10th November 2015
KSAO – the latest EAMTC members - Tuesday, November 10th, 2015
The KSAO Aircraft Maintenance School based at Utti currently holds EASA Part 147 approval for B1.3 helicopters. The new training facilities for maintenance staff training are located in the civilian sector of Utti Airfield.
Samu Linnimaa, the Training Manager, said, “Having had contact with the EAMTC from my previous jobs, I know that membership will bring great benefits to us here at Kouvola. We are dedicated to ensuring the competence of our graduates and to improving aviation safety. The way we work in the training domain is key to achieving these goals.”
web site: www.ksao.fi