March 26 @ 08:30 - March 28 @ 17:30CHF1,490.00
We are proud to announce the continuation of the collaboration between Pieter Ruitenberg (PAR consulting, PAR) and Margriet Bredewold (Co-Guard GmbH, CoG) in the field of Part 21 initial and continuation training. For 2019, we have developed a newly designed programme that takes place in Reinach. The focus of our seminars is on aviation professionals working in dedicated parts of the aviation environment. During the training, new and relevant requirements in relation to Part 21, safety, OSD and performance are introduced and translated into practical performance in your organisation. All training is performed by well experienced aviation professionals who have worked for various aviation industries and authorities.
All training sessions are based on the PAR/ CoG developed modules with dedicated workshops during the day. These workshops will address the theory based on actual situations in the aviation industry and can be fine-tuned based on the working environment of the participants.
Special “in house” training programs can be provided on request for which a dedicated leaflet is available.
For all seminars the following conditions apply:
- Start of the seminar is at 08.30 with an expected closure around 17.30.
- All seminars include drinks during the breaks and a light lunch.
- Documentation related to the seminar included.
Please, note that participation is only confirmed when the seminar has been paid.
PAR consulting and Co-Guard GmbH reserve the right to change the dates or cancel a course due to unforeseen circumstances or not enough participants. Restitution of the full amount follow when a course is cancelled, or when due to a change in date a participant is not able to come.
Cancellation of a course is possible until 30 days before the first training dates. Later cancellations cannot be refunded.
Target audience is all engineering staff involved in interior design, specification and certification and inspectors of Part 145 organisations.
Dates & Location: 26 – 28 March 2019; Business Parc Reinach.
Cabin Safety has been and remains a special topic for numerous reasons. Design, modifications and special requirements can have a significant impact on safety, use in operations and comfort for passengers, and not in the least, on cost and profitability for operators as well as Part 21 organisations. In our training and workshops we take an integrated approach on how to combine regulations, requirements, safety standards, Operational Suitability Data (OSD) and operational use into account to optimise the design and production process and possibly avoid costly mishaps in a variety of ways.
Program: The seminar addresses the following topics:
- History of Cabin Safety and cabin Safety rules
- Cabin safety related requirements & Security requirements
- Application of cabin safety requirements and means of compliance
- Human Factors and OSD
- CRI”s and alternative means of compliance (special cabins, VIP, etc.)
- Cabin walk through
- Crashworthiness and emergency evacuation
- Future changes in the rules
- Changes in Safety and Safety management
- (Human) Performance.