Switzerland’s QCM (Quality Control Management) in Belp makes changes
Switzerland’s QCM has announced changes in the management of its EASA Part 147 Approved Training Organisation. Basil Erath takes over in the position of Training Manager, Part 147.
Basil, formerly a Technical Instructor for Part-145/66 subjects, told the EAMTC, “This is an exciting challenge for me. Training is a vital part of our industry and here at QCM we have a great range of courses and services to help our customers.”
Speaking of the EAMTC, Basil said, “This is a major industry body and QCM is proud to be a member. I’m looking forward to joining in the EAMTC meetings and helping to shape our industry for the benefit of us all.”
Part-147 Type Training
QCM offers a wide variety of EASA Part-147 certified Maintenance Type Rating Courses in accordance with EASA Part-66. Their approval certificate includes General Familiarization, Line and Base Maintenance (B1/B2, C) as well as Differences Courses. The courses are conducted at QCM’s training facility or at the customer’s locations.
EASA Technical training – e-examination
QCM holds the privilege to conduct e-examinations in the name and on behalf of EASA. A certificate of achievement issued by EASA is awarded to candidates who successfully pass. At the moment QCM offers e-examinations for Part-M Subpart G and Part-145 and on request can also provide e-examinations for other EASA courses.