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QCM Newsletter - Tuesday, September 30th, 2014

Course updates, the NPA’s of importance to us and celebrating 15 years of QCM - read it all in the QCM newsletter! Click here.


infoWERK’s news – out now! - Monday, September 29th, 2014

The latest news from infoWERK is now available here.

Items included are: –

  • infoWERK’s Human Factors Training – used by all Austrian Airports
  • Emirates awards infoWERK contract for award-winning Part 66 training
  • infoWERK at the EATS 2014 in Berlin
  • infoWERK Training contract with Jet Aviation Basel
  • Winter Operations Training 2014/2015

Read about these and other items – click here


Aviation Vocational Education & Training Survey (AirVET) - Monday, September 8th, 2014

The main objectives of the AirVET European project are to design, develop, evaluate and disseminate new training in specific areas of maintenance and Information and Communications Technologies.

The AirVET project members now need industry opinions. The current project phase is to collect the continuing education needs in the fields of aeronautics and air transport.

There is a questionnaire link below for an employee or manager of the aviation industry or air transport, training provider or trainer. It only takes a few minutes to complete. Each questionnaire is anonymous.

An outcome of the AirVET project (October 2015) will be freely available training support products (royalty free for their use and modification). The more information obtained, the more relevant the training products will be.

Links to the Questionnaires

For employees

For managers

For VET providers

For VET trainers

FL Technics Newsletter – out now - Thursday, September 4th, 2014

logoUpcoming courses, industry expertise, industry news, videos – its all in the FL Technics newsletter!

Go to the newsletter here.

QCM’s latest newsletter – out now - Thursday, August 28th, 2014

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Packed with news, NPA’s, an article on 100 years of Swiss military aviation, vacancies and more – QCM’s latest newsletter is now available!

IAT – first Pakistani Member of EAMTC - Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Zahid Mahmood, IAT’s CEO said, “The Institute of Aviation and Technology is committed to provide its customers with the highest quality in aviation training related products and services in an environment where employees are proud to work and generate superior services.”

Zahid continued, “We are the first self-made, self-financed institute of aviation education training in Pakistan. The Institute of Aviation & Technology is an institute where futuristic goals of the students are made possible to achieve by discipline, punctuality and top of the class aviation faculty best possible affiliations with well-known international education training centres. We are proud to be the first Pakistani members of the EAMTC.”

See the details of IAT at


Rolls-Royce – new EAMTC member - Friday, August 22nd, 2014


Customer Training

Customer Training is fully integrated into the Rolls-Royce Technical Services, Customer Services organizations and TotalCare®. The training centre in Derby, UK is a European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 147 approved centre. EASA approved Line and Base Maintenance ‘engine type’ courses are designed against a backdrop of in-service operational data, latest maintenance practices and trouble-shooting procedures.

Training courses comprise of a blend of classroom instruction coupled with practical ‘on-engine’ activities in the ‘workshop’. Training courses can also be delivered to the customer at a number of Rolls-Royce Training Centres in the UK, USA, Europe and Asia or subject to requirements, ‘on-site’ at the customer’s own facility.

Training courses are delivered led by experienced and qualified instructors, who take a practical approach to learning.

See the Rolls-Royce Customer Training web site here


Completely revised iPad app “LTT viewer” - Friday, August 15th, 2014

231 up-to-date CourseNotes provided in compliance with EU1149

The LTT viewer has received a new design and has been optimized for iOS7.

Wiping from left to right now shows a menu which contains the QR-scanner. This alleviates the access to individual unlockable documents. A QR-code can replace the entry of the user name and password.

A separate menu item for rotary wings (or heli in brief) is new, too. This folder includes all CourseNotes of the EASA Part-66 module M12 for Cat A and Cat B1.

The most important changes within the LTT viewer affect the CourseNotes regarding Cat A, Cat B1 and Cat B2. More than 70% of the existing CourseNotes were revised and in addition 118 new CourseNotes were published on top. All in all 231 up-to-date CourseNotes are now available for Cat A, Cat B1 and Cat B2. They are all compliant to the Commission Regulation (EU) No 1149/2011, of course.

You can download the LTT viewer for free – here


MINT signs major software agreement with Avianca Holdings S.A. - Friday, August 15th, 2014


Kiel, 15th of August 2014 – MINT Software Systems today officially announces the signature of a service agreement with the Avianca Holdings S.A. that incorporates the delivery of an all-inclusive training management solution to all of the eight group’s airlines.

The German software provider MINT Software Systems has signed a service agreement for the delivery of its comprehensive training management solution MINT TMS to eight airlines that are part of the south American Avianca Holdings.

“We are very pleased to welcome all eight Avianca Holdings S.A airlines as our newest customers and to helping them to optimize the training management at all of the groups’ airlines in same time”, says Christian Hollmann, Vice President of MINT Software Systems.

The full Press Release can be seen here

MINT Software Systems

QCM EASA Regulations (OPS & FCL) courses - Thursday, August 14th, 2014

The rules on the operation of aircraft will change as of the end of October 2014. Operators need to be prepared for the upcoming changes. Operating procedures and company documentation need to be updated and the changes need to be managed.

Course Contents

The courses explain the structure and content of the new EASA regulations with focus on the regulation on Air Operations or Flight Crew Licencing. They also present the regulatory environment and the historic development of the new rules and discuss practical solutions on how to cope with the changes in cooperation with your national aviation authority.


Managers and nominated post-holders of commercial and non-commercial companies and everybody involved in aircraft operations.

See the course details here