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About this Course

As a HRDF Approved Training Provider, employers who contribute to the Human Resource Development Fund are eligible for subsidized training for their employees undergoing training under our approved SBL-KHAS scheme. We continue to increase our catalogue of training courses claimable under this scheme to benefit further our Customers’ and their employees alike.

Courses

  • Aviation And Maintenance Human Factors Initial

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    To raise awareness of current Human Factors issues and relevance in individuals’ roles and routines

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The training is targeted at authority surveyors and all industry staff involved in maintenance, management and quality. This includes post holders, managers, supervisors, certifying staff, technicians, trainers, auditors and supporting staff like planners, engineers and stores staff.

    Course Content

    Training includes:
    • Why Human Factors?
    • Top 12 Precursors
    • Error Models
    • Landmark Incidents and Accidents
    • Statistics
    • Safety Culture and Organization Factors
    • Types of Violation
    • Types of Errors and Strategies
    • Human Performance and Limitations
    • Human Performance and Limitations
    • Sleep Fatigue and Shift Work
    • Stress – Causes and Symptoms
    • Physical & Non – Physical Limitations
    • Procedures Information and Practices
    • Communication
    • Team work – Concepts
    • Our Environment
  • Aviation And Maintenance Human Factors Recurrent

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    To raise awareness of current Human Factors issues and relevance in individuals’ roles and routines

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The training is targeted at authority surveyors and all industry staff involved in maintenance, management and quality. This includes post holders, managers, supervisors, certifying staff, technicians, trainers, auditors and supporting staff like planners, engineers and stores staff.

    Course Content

    Training includes:
    • Why Human Factors?
    • Top 12 Precursors
    • Error Models
    • Landmark Incidents and Accidents
    • Statistics
    • Safety Culture and Organization Factors
    • Types of Violation
    • Types of Errors and Strategies
    • Human Performance and Limitations
    • Human Performance and Limitations
    • Sleep Fatigue and Shift Work
    • Stress – Causes and Symptoms
    • Physical & Non – Physical Limitations
    • Procedures Information and Practices
    • Communication
    • Team work – Concepts
    • Our Environment
  • Basic Technical Aviation English For Maintenance Staff

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    • Understand a Basic Technical Aviation English • Understand an ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements • Make the best use of the training material to be used.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    This course is designed for Certifying Staff and Non-certifying staff from the Technical domains of the company. It is intended to enable participants to start at a basic level of Aviation English

    Course Content

    • Introduction: Expectation, objective and overall training view
    • To understand ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements
      • Pronunciation
      • Grammatical Structurel
      • Vocabulary
      • Fluency
      • Comprehension
      • Interactions
    • Transmitting Techniques
    • Standard Words & Phrases in Radio Communication
    • Emergency Phraseology
    • Work Order
    • Words Describing Location
    • Words Endings
    • Words Describing Characteristics
    • Dimensions
    • Words describing POSSIBILITY, PROBABILITY, NECESSITY AND CONDITIONS
    • Describing Actions
    • Movement
    • Processes
    • Functions
    • To Describe the ‘State of’ a component, structure, aircraft
    • Comparisons
    • Superlatives
    • Conjunctions
    • Describing Damage on the Aircraft/Components
    • Technical Documents
    • Shift Handover

    Examination

    There is no examination. Participants will receive a certificate of attendance.

  • Confine Space Awareness

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    • State the definition of confined space in the workplace • Identify hazards associated with working in a confined space. • Have an increased awareness on the do’s and do not’s. • State the safe systems of work needed to work in a confined space.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    This working in Confined Spaces training course has been designed as an introduction to the topic so learners can understand more about safe work practices, suitable control measures and what the law says about staying safe at work.

    Course Content

    • Introduction: Expectation, objective and overall training view
    • What is Confined Space?
    • Caused of Incidents: Worker and Management
    • Hazards Identification & Risk Control
    • Regulation Governing Confined Space
    • Risk Assessment
  • DCAM PART 145 Awareness

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    Provide a detailed regulatory and industry view of Part 145 best practices for all staff involved in PART 145 maintenance. Promote the delegates understanding concerning both airworthiness and maintenance principles.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The aim of the course is to provide delegates with a general overview of DCAM Part 145 regulations. This includes the Part 145 in the context of the DCA Malaysia regulatory framework, which includes the AN6501 and the interface with Part M, Part 147 and Part 66.

    It includes general understanding of the maintenance organizations responsibilities, contracted arrangements, and the organizational responsibilities associated with Part 145 compliance.

    Course Content

    • Abbreviations - Regulatory Structure
    • Continuous Airworthiness
    • The Role of Part 145
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Managing Competencies in a Part 145
    • SMS and the Part 145

     

    Documentation

    • 145.25 Facility requirements
    • 145.30 Personnel requirements
    • 145.35 Certifying staff and category B1 and B2 support staff
    • 145.40 Equipment, tools and material
    • 145.42 Acceptance of components
    • 145.45 Maintenance data
    • 145.47 Production planning
    • 145.48 Performance of Maintenance
    • 145.50 Certification of maintenance
    • 145.55 Maintenance records
    • 145.60 Occurrence reporting
    • 145.65 Safety and quality policy, maintenance procedures and quality system
    • 145.70 Maintenance organization exposition
    • 145.75 Privileges of the organization
    • 145.80 Limitations on the organization
    • 145.85 Changes to the organization
    • 145.90 Continued validity
    • 145.95 Findings
  • DCAM PART 145 Initial

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    Provide a detailed regulatory and industry view of Part 145 best practices for all staff involved in PART 145 maintenance.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The aim of the course is to provide delegates with a detailed overview of DCAM Part 145 regulations. The Part 145 syllabus is in the context of the DCA Malaysia regulatory framework, including the AN6501 and the interface with Part M, Part 147 and Part 66. The training includes many practical examples of Part 145 Implementation and how to avoid potential problems. An understanding of the maintenance organizations responsibilities, contracted arrangements, and a thorough understanding of the organizational responsibilities associated with Part 145 compliance is discussed.

    Course Content

    • Abbreviations - Regulatory Structure
    • Continuous Airworthiness
    • The Role of Part 145
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Managing Competencies in a Part 145
    • SMS and the Part 145
  • EASA PART 145 Awareness

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    Provide a detailed regulatory and industry view of Part 145 best practices for all staff involved in PART 145 maintenance. Promote the delegates understanding concerning both airworthiness and maintenance principles.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The Aims of the course are to provide delegates with a general overview of all parts of EASA Part 145, to provide a comprehensive understanding of the role of EASA Part 145 and how it relates to Part MA detailed practical understanding of EASA Regulations relevant to the Part 145 Environment. An understanding of the maintenance organizations responsibilities, contracted arrangements, and a thorough understanding of the organizational responsibilities associated with Part 145compliance.The course is focused and stimulating, very practical and participation is encouraged. It is ideally suited to Leasing Company Personnel, Accountable Managers, Post Holders Maintenance Management Staff and Quality Personnel

    Course Content

    • Abbreviations - Regulatory Structure
    • Continuous Airworthiness
    • The Role of Part 145
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Managing Competencies in a Part 145
    • SMS and EASA Part 145
    • Section A TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
    • 145.A.10 Scope
    • 145.A.15 Application
    • 145. A.20 Terms of approval
    • 145.A.25 Facility requirements
    • 145.A.30 Personnel requirements
    • 145.A.35 Certifying staff and category B1 and B2 support staff
    • 145.A.40 Equipment, tools and material
    • 145.A.42 Acceptance of components
    • 145. A.45 Maintenance data
    • 145. A.47 Production planning
    • 145. A.50 Certification of maintenance
    • 145. A.55 Maintenance records
    • 145. A.60 Occurrence reporting
    • 145. A.65 Safety and quality policy, maintenance procedures and quality system -145. A.70 Maintenance organization exposition
    • 145.A.75 Privileges of the organization
    • 145.A.80 Limitations on the organization
    • 145.A.85 Changes to the organization
    • 145.A.90 Continued validity
    • 145.A.95 Findings
  • EASA PART 145 Initial

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential

    Learning Objective

    -Provide a detailed regulatory and industry view of Part 145 best practices for all staff involved in PART 145 maintenance. Promote the delegates understanding concerning both airworthiness and maintenance principles. -To give delegates an overview of

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The aim of the course is to provide delegates with a detailed overview of EASA Part 145 regulations. This includes the Part 145 in the context of the EASA regulatory framework and the interface with Part M, Part 147 and Part 66. The training includes many practical examples of Part 145 Implementation and how to avoid potential problems. An understanding of the maintenance organizations responsibilities, contracted arrangements, and a thorough understanding of the organizational responsibilities associated with Part 145 compliance is discussed. This course also focuses on the content of the relevant Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material.

    Course Content

    • Abbreviations
    • Regulatory Structure
    • Continuous Airworthiness
    • The Role of Part 145
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Managing Competencies in a Part 145
    • SMS and EASA Part 145
  • Electric Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS) Initial

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment.

    Learning Objective

    The training program is dedicated for the personnel directly involved in the maintenance and inspection of EWIS, identified in AMC 20-22.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The origins of the requirement for EWIS Training go back to a number of incidents which have had a catastrophic effect on the industry with instances of in-flight smoke and fire events in which contaminants were ignited by electrical faults which allowed a fire to be sustained and spread. Considerable research was conducted by The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) together with the European Stake holders. The outcomes were conclusive and determined the specific need for EWIS Training. Electrical Wiring Interconnect System EWIS Training was issued as an EASA requirement in the summer of 2008. There is much confusion across industry as to the requirements to comply with the need for training EWIS within the Part 145 and Part M environment. AMC 20-22 makes It very clear as to the requirements which are to be complied with to ensure the organisation remains in conformity with EASA regulatory requirements. Ultimately in accordance with the terms of the approval issued to Operators and MRO’s It is the Operators and Maintenance Organisation Responsibility to comply with the requirements of Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems working practices and procedures including specifically EWIS training.

    The Full EWIS Electric Wiring Interconnect System training is specifically targeted for Groups 1 and 2 and covers a detailed understanding of the specific requirements. Effective: 05/09/2008 Ref AMC 20-21 AMC 20-22 AMC 20-23 Annex III to ED Decision 2008/007/R of 29/08/2008.

    Course Content

    General Electrical Wiring Interconnection System Practices

    Know or demonstrate safe handling of aeroplane electrical systems, line replaceable units (LRU), tooling, troubleshooting procedures, and electrical measurement.

    Wiring Practices Documentation

    Know or demonstrate the construction and navigation of the applicable aeroplane wiring system overhaul or practices manual.

    Inspection

    Know the different types of inspections, human factors in inspections,zonal areas and typical damages.

    Housekeeping

    Know the contamination sources, materials, cleaning and protection procedures.

    Wire

    Know or demonstrate the correct identification of different wire types, their inspection criteria and damage tolerance, repair and preventative maintenance procedures

    Connective Devices

    Know or demonstrate the procedures to identify, inspect, and find the correct repair for typical types of connective devices found on the applicable aeroplane.

    Connective Device Repair

    Demonstrate the procedures for replacement of all parts of typical types of connectors found on the applicable aeroplane.

  • Electric Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS) Refresher

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    The training program is dedicated for the personnel directly involved in the maintenance and inspection of EWIS, identified in AMC 20-22.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The origins of the requirement for EWIS Training go back to a number of incidents which have had a catastrophic effect on the industry with instances of in-flight smoke and fire events in which contaminants were ignited by electrical faults which allowed a fire to be sustained and spread. Considerable research was conducted by The FAA and the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) together with the European Stake holders. The outcomes were conclusive and determined the specific need for EWIS Training. Electrical Wiring Interconnect System EWIS Training was issued as an EASA requirement in the summer of 2008. There is much confusion across industry as to the requirements to comply with the need for training EWIS within the Part 145 and Part M environment. AMC 20-22 makes It very clear as to the requirements which are to be complied with to ensure the organisation remains in conformity with EASA regulatory requirements. Ultimately in accordance with the terms of the approval issued to Operators and MRO’s It is the Operators and Maintenance Organisation Responsibility to comply with the requirements of Electrical Wiring Interconnect Systems working practices and procedures including specifically EWIS training.
    Electric Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS) refresher course training is specifically targeted for personnel that involved directly in the maintenance and inspection of EWIS. Refresher training is mandatory for all personnel and is to be undertaken at least every 24 months.

    Course Content

    General Electrical Wiring Interconnection System Practices

    Know or demonstrate safe handling of aeroplane electrical systems, line replaceable units (LRU), tooling, troubleshooting procedures, and electrical measurement.

    Wiring Practices Documentation

    Know or demonstrate the construction and navigation of the applicable aeroplane wiring system overhaul or practices manual.

    Inspection

    Know the different types of inspections, human factors in inspections, zonal areas and typical damages.

    Housekeeping

    Know the contamination sources, materials, cleaning and protection procedures.

    Wire

    Know or demonstrate the correct identification of different wire types, their inspection criteria and damage tolerance, repair and preventative maintenance procedures

    Connective Devices

    Know or demonstrate the procedures to identify, inspect, and find the correct repair for typical types of connective devices found on the applicable aeroplane.

    Connective Device Repair

    Demonstrate the procedures for replacement of all parts of typical types of connectors found on the applicable aeroplane.

  • Fuel Tank Safety Level 2+CDCCL Initial/Refresher

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment.

    Learning Objective

    -Be familiar with the basic elements of the fuel tank safety issues. - Be able to give a simple description of the historical background and the elements requiring a safety consideration, using common words and showing examples of non-conformities. -

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The This training is intended to equip you with the necessary understanding regarding all issues associated with Fuel Tank Safety identified by the following documents Annex I to ED Decision 2009-006-R Annex 1 of Decision 2009-007-R. The training is designed for both Part M and Part 145 Organisations. It should be carried out before the person starts to work without supervision but not later than 6 months after joining the organisation.

    Course Content

    Introduction & Abbreviations Used

    FTS – Background: the explosions of mixtures of fuel and air, the behavior of those mixtures in an aviation environment, the effects of temperature and pressure, energy needed for ignition etc, the ‘fire triangle’,

    Regulatory Overview – SFAR 88 of the FAA and JAA Interim Policy INT POL 25/12: ignition prevention program initiatives and goals, to identify unsafe conditions and to correct them, to systematically improve fuel tank maintenance).

    The basic elements of the fuel tank safety issues

    Understanding of the background and the concept of fuel tank safety, Interpreting ICAW Instructions for continuing airworthiness.

    Case Studies Accidents & Incidents

    The need for Mitigation Strategies – Ignition source prevention.

    FRS – Flammability Reduction Systems when installed: reason for their presence, their effects, the hazards of an FRS using nitrogen for maintenance, safety precautions in maintenance/working with an FRS

    Recording & Reporting – The Link to SMS Recording measures and results of inspections.

    Developing Procedures

  • Part M Continuing Airworthiness Awareness

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    -Provide an overview of regulatory and industry view of Part M best practices for all staff involved in a PART M organisation. - Promote the delegates understanding concerning both airworthiness and maintenance principles. -To give delegates an overvi

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The aim of the course is to provide delegates with an overview of the Part M regulations. This includes the role of Part M and its subparts in the context of the DCA Malaysia regulatory framework. This course introduces the concept of Part M, and the associated responsibilities of the owner/operator, Part M and Part 145 organisation. It also explains the interface with Part 66/147 regulations.

    Course Content

    • Abbreviations - Regulatory Structure
    • What is Continuous Airworthiness?
    • The Role of Part 145 in the Part M context
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Continuous Airworthiness – The Role of Part M
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Organisations Approval Ratings
    • Managing Competencies in a Part M Environment
    • AOC CAMO vs Independent CAMO
    • Subpart B – Accountability
    • Subpart C – Continuing Airworthiness
    • Subpart D – Maintenance Standards
    • Subpart E – Components
    • Subpart F – Maintenance Organisation Approval
    • Subpart G – Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation
    • Subpart H – Certificate of Release to Service
    • Subpart I – Airworthiness Review Report
  • PART M Continuing Airworthiness Initial & Implementation Workshop

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential.

    Learning Objective

    Provide a thorough understanding of regulatory and industry view of Part M requirements.

    Duration

    The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00

    Training Syllabus

    The primary purpose of this course is to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of the Part M regulations. This includes the role of Part M and its subparts in the context of the DCA Malaysia regulatory framework.

    This course introduces the concept of Part M, and the associated responsibilities of the owner/operator, Part M and Part 145 organisation. It also explains the interfaces with Part 66/147 regulations.

    The Training focuses on the Operators specific responsibilities, in particular the role of Contract and Subcontract arrangements. The training will discuss common Part M elements including – Back to Birth Records, Maintenance Program Considerations, Modification Status, LLP and the Airworthiness Review process.

    Special attention will be given to Part M Subpart G – CAMO and Part M Subpart I – Airworthiness Review

    A unique element of this course is the Implementation Workshop, where practical approaches are discussed on the set-up and implementation of the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organsiation.

    Course Content

    • Abbreviations - Regulatory Structure
    • What is Continuous Airworthiness?
    • The Role of Part 145 in the Part M context
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Continuous Airworthiness – The Role of Part M
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Organisations Approval Ratings
    • Managing Competencies in a Part M Environment
    • AOC CAMO vs Independent CAMO
    • Subpart B – Accountability
    • Subpart C – Continuing Airworthiness
    • Subpart D – Maintenance Standards
    • Subpart E – Components
    • Subpart F – Maintenance Organisation Approval
    • Subpart G – Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation
    • Subpart H – Certificate of Release to Service
    • Subpart I – Airworthiness Review Report
  • Production Planning And Control

    Pre - Requisite

    A background in an aviation environment is an advantage although not essential

    Learning Objective

    Duration

    Training Syllabus

    The training is targeted at authority surveyors and all industry staff involved for any personnel in Production Planning Department (Planners, Scheduler, Technical Record, Publication) with the responsibility or authority for delivering, implementing, receiving or managing planning department. This includes management representatives too.

    Course Content

    Training includes:
    • Introduction: Expectation, objective and overall training view
    • Abbreviation Terms
    • Continuing Airworthiness Part M- Part 145 Interface & Responsibilities
    • Contract & Subcontract Management
    • Maintenance Planning Overview
    • The Basic of Production Planning- Bridging together the key elements
    • Managing Competencies
    • Understanding the Quality Control Process in Production Planning
    • Optimizing the performance of the Part 145- Production Planning makes the difference
    • 145.A.40 Equipment, tools and material
    • 145.A.45 Maintenance Data
    • Accidents and Incident the link to Safety and Human Factors
    • The Role of SMS in Production Planning
    • The important of Considering AD’s, SB’s and Mods
    • Developing Effectiveness Procedures
    • Capacity Planning
    • Man Hours Estimation
    • Developing a Personal Action Plan
  • Safety Management System For Maintenance Staff
  • Safety Management System Initial

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