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Our courses Flyon.Aero courses are divided in three major fields:

EASA Regulation - Aviation

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Management & quality

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Engineering courses

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Other available courses combines together the three subjects above mentioned:

Other courses

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Courses Descriptions EASA Regulation - Aviation .

• New air Operation EASA 965/2012: The course is focused on requirements at the European level for CAT (Commercial Air Transport) operations of aeroplanes and helicopters. The course will highlight the changes from EU-OPS 1 and JAR-OPS 3 requirements to the new EASA OPS Regulations. The new Implementing Rules (Regulation EC 965/2012) will be applicable from 28 October 2014

• New Air Crew FCL EASA 1178/2011 and ATO: The course is about technical requirements and administrative procedures related to civil aviation aircrew. This course on EASA Air Crew Regulation provides a brief presentation of Basic Regulation 216/08 and a comprehensive introduction to the annexes contained in EC regulation 1178/11

• Human Factors 145 a 30 (e) and Amc & Gm INITIAL/RECURRENT: Human Factors covers a range of issues including the perceptual, physical and mental capabilities, the interaction and effects on individuals of their job and working environments. Objectives: understanding and identify the nature of Human Error; Reduce human error working under the stress and fatigue; Identify strategies for reducing Human Error; Adopt a non-punitive policy toward human error (not violations); Identify threats of repetitive tasks before they become errors, empowering the Visual inspection; control and implement correct communication within and between teams 3


Courses Descriptions EASA Regulation - Aviation • Commission Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003: This long range curse gives an overview on Part M, Part 145, Part 66, Part 147

• Easa Part M: This course is focused on Continuing Airworthiness Requirements. The course introduce to CAMO operators requirements. The objectives of the course are: introduce to the EASA regulations, structure, responsibility, terms of application; analysing the objectives and the structure of Easa Part M; examine organizational requirement that constitute Easa Part M;

• Easa Part 145: The content of the course is the Maintenace Organisation Approvals. The course introduces to the requirements that Easa Certified Maintenance Organisation must have.

• Easa part 66: This course offers a general overview in subject of Certifying staff

• Commission Regulation 748/2012: This 5 days course is especially focused on Part 21 Initial Airworthiness and in particular the course is designed to demonstrate the whole regulatory concept concerning how an aircraft is designed, manufactured, modified, operated, managed and maintained

• Easa Part 21: During this course Participants will learn and revise the regulations and requirements according to EASA Part 21 4


Courses Descriptions EASA Regulation - Aviation • European EASA Basic Regulation 216/2008: This training course will address the legal and regulatory system as defined through (EC) 216/2008

• ENAC NAV 75 (Circolare) about ACAM and Root Cause Analisys • Flight test principles and practices: Introduction and definition of the basic flight test process, application of engineering principles to flight test and description of common flight test practices: a survey of the flight test discipline integrated with a variety of examples from completed flight test programs. This 5 day course is planned as follows: Module 1 (duration: 1 day): performance estimation Module 2 (duration 2 days): instrumentation + avionic installation Module 3 (duration: 2 days): Special testing problems +flight test planning &implementation + Test Case

• General Familiarization in aircraft helicopter and engine: This course is especially suitable for engineering students to provide them a general panorama concernig aircraft helicopter and engine

• General Familiarization in aviation regulations: This course is especially suitable for engineering students to provide them a general panorama concernig aviation regulations and normatives 5


New air Operation EASA 965/2012

New Air Crew FCL EASA 1178/2011 and ATO

Familiarization (1day)

Familiarization (1 day)

Code: F101

Code: F103

Advance (3days)

Advance (3 days)

Recurrent every 2 years (1 day)

Code: F102

Code: F104

Code: F106

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Human Factors 145 a 30 (e) and Amc & Gm Initial (2days)

Code: F105


Commission Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003

5days course  Part M  Part 145

EASA Part M

EASA Part 145

Familiarization

Familiarization

(1 day)

(1 day)

Code: F108

Code: F110

 Part 66

 Part147

Familiarization (1day) Code: F112

Advance

Advance Code: F107

*Easa Part 66

(2 days)

(2 days)

Code: F111

Code: F109

*COMING SOON

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Commission Regulation 748/2012

Enac NAV 75(Circolare) about ACAM and Root Cause Analisys

European EASA Basic Regulation 216/2008

Easa Part 21 Familiarization (1 day) Code: F114

5days course

Code: F113

(1day)

(1day)

Code: F116

Code: F117

Advance (2 days)  DOA section A-B-C-D-E-H-I-JK-L-M-N-O-P-Q Code: F115 Advance (3 days)  POA section AF-G-I-P-Q Code: F115.1

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Flight test principles and practices

General Familiarization in aircraft-helicopter and engine

General Familiarization aviation regulation

Airworthiness Review Staff – ARS Part M Subpart I & MA706(i)

5 day course: Familiarization (1 day) Code: F129

 (1 day): performance estimation (2 days): Instrumentation + avionic installation regulation (2 days): Special testing problems +flight test planning &implementation+Test Case and STC process

(1day) Code: F120

(1day) Code: F119

Code: F118

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Advance (3 days) Code: F130


Courses Descriptions Management & quality The aim of these courses is to let the participants to understand the application of the basic principles of Quality Management in an aviation environment, and to be trained in Human Factors during courses especially designed for managers.

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Project Management courses

Human Factor in Psicology

(1day)

Code: F121

Code: F122

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Courses Descriptions Engineering courses • Intduction to systems engineering: This course presents the fundamentals of systems engineering and is structured to provide an overview of the systems engineering practices. It explains the system engineering process across the entire system life cycle and analyze all the critical activities and responsibilities of the systems engineers during the system development phases, from the definition of the operational requirements to the system verification and validation activities. Sysetms engineering methods and tools and planning, organization and management issues are also covered. The curse approach is based on the instuctor’s hands n experience and on the lessons learned from a lenghty carreer in developing systems • U.A.V System Reliability and Safety: The specific Cours objectives are focused on the Reliability and safety aspects of the design, development, integration and operation of aerospace and defense systems. The course cover the Failure Definition and Classification and an extensive explanation of the concepts, techniques and methods for the Reliability and Safety Analysis and Prediction, including practical examples. Maintenability and Availability are also covered

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Introduction to systems Engineering Courses

U.A.V System Reliability and Safety

(3 days)

(3 days)

Code: F123

Code: F124

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Courses Descriptions Other courses In this section you can find all other available courses which combines together subjects of Easa Regulations, Management & quality and Engineering courses

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Safety Management System OPERATOR

Safety Management System DESIGNER

Statistics courses and software

Introduction to Avionic Systems Development

*Six Sigma Courses

Familiarization (1 day) Code: F125

Advance (3 days) Code: F125.2

Code: F126

(3 days) Code: F127

(3 days) Code: F127

Code: F127

Advance (3 days) Code: F125.1

*COMING SOON

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TYPE

CODE N°

DAYS

COURSE

Easa regulation-Aviation+A2:D29

F101

1

New air Operation EASA 965/2012 FAMILIARIZATION

Easa regulation-Aviation

F102

3

New air Operation EASA 965/2012 ADVANCE

Easa regulation-Aviation

F103

1

New Air Crew FCL EASA 1178/2011 and ATO FAMILIARIZATION

Easa regulation-Aviation

F104

3

New Air Crew FCL EASA 1178/2011 and ATO ADVANCE

Easa regulation-Aviation

F105

2

Human factors 145 a 30(e) and Amc & Gm Initial

Easa regulation-Aviation

F106

1

Human factors 145 a 30(e) and Amc & Gm Recurrent (2years) Commission Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003 Part M ↖ Part 145 ↖ Part 66 ↖ Part 147↖

Easa regulation-Aviation

F107

5

Easa regulation-Aviation

F108

1

EASA Part M familiarization

Easa regulation-Aviation Easa regulation-Aviation Easa regulation-Aviation Easa regulation-Aviation Easa regulation-Aviation

F109 F110 F111 F112

2 1 2 1

F113

5

Easa regulation-Aviation

F114

1

EASA Part M advance (inclusi part 21, H-I-P) EASA Part 145 familiarization EASA Part 145 advance Easa part 66 familiarization Commission Regulation 748/2012 Part 21↖ Easa part 21 familiarization (all)

Easa regulation-Aviation Easa regulation-Aviation

F115

2

Easa part 21 advance (DOA : section A-B-C-D-E-H-I-J-K-L-M-N-O-P-Q)

F 115.1

3

Easa part 21 advance (POA : section A-F-G-I-P-Q)

Easa regulation-Aviation

F116

1

European EASA Basic Regulation 216/2008

Easa regulation-Aviation

F117

1

ENAC NAV 75 (Circolare) about ACAM and Root Cause Analisys

5

Flight test Principle and practices (5days)

Easa regulation-Aviation

F118

performance estimation↖ instrumentation + avionic installation regulation↖

Special testing problems +flight test planning &implementation+Test Case and STC process ↖

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Easa regulation-aviation

F119

1

General Familiarization in aircraft/helicopter and engine

Easa regulation-aviation

F120

1

General Familiarization in aviation regulation

Management and quality Courses

F121

Management and quality Courses

F122

1

Human Factor in Psycology

Engineering courses

F123

3

Introduction To Systems Engineering Courses

Engineering courses Easa regulationAviation/Management and quality courses/Engineering courses Easa regulationAviation/Management and quality courses/Engineering courses Easa regulationAviation/Management and quality courses/Engineering courses Engineering courses/Management & Quality Courses Engineering courses/Management & Quality Courses Engineering courses/Management & Quality Courses

F124

3

U.A.V System Reliability and Safety

F125

1

Safety management system operator FAMILIARIZATION

F 125.1

3

Safety management system OPERATOR ADVANCE

F.125.2

3

Safety Management System DESSIGNER (PROGETTISTI) ADVANCE

Project Management Courses

F126

F127

Statistic courses and sofware

3

F128

Introduction To Avionic Systems Development

Six Sigma Courses

Easa Regulation-Aviation

F129

1

Airworthiness Review Staff -ARS Part M Subpart I & MA706(i) FAMILIARIZATION

Easa Regulation-Aviation

F130

3

Airworthiness Review Staff -ARS Part M Subpart I & MA706(i) ADVANCE

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