Baines Simmons once again awarded prestigious contract to provide technical training to EASA
Baines Simmons is once again proud to be a preferred training provider to EASA, a role which after four years of successful delivery continues in 2013 following our successful competitive tender to provide a range of prestigious technical training courses for and on behalf of Europe’s aviation regulator and centre of excellence for aviation safety.
Baines Simmons will deliver a range of tailored technical training programmes to EASA regulators looking to improve their own competence and skills in an industry where the regulatory landscape is growing increasingly complex. Our technical training programmes will cover:
- Audit Techniques for Regulators
- Advanced Human Factors
- Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance
- Just Culture in Aviation Safety
- Engineering and Maintenance in Air Transport Operations
Reflecting the changing role of the Competent Authority, and to best support Approved Organisations on their journey beyond compliance to performance, our training programmes blend a practical approach to applying new-found skills with industry-leading thinking on key areas of aviation safety improvement, including safety culture, event investigation, error management and audit techniques.
Commenting on the successful tender, Business Development Manager Chris Drew, said: “Our partnership with EASA is long-standing and we are honoured to be able to continue to help improve the competence, skills and knowledge of Europe’s competent authority staff as well as delegates from across the aviation industry. We draw on the specialist skills and experience of our own team of expert aviation safety Consultants to ensure our technical training programmes meet the highest standards. We are delighted to once again be a preferred training partner to EASA in 2013.”
To date, Baines Simmons has trained more than 3,000 regulatory staff for some 40 Aviation Authorities worldwide, including senior Airworthiness Surveyors and Flight Operations Inspectors at the UK CAA.
For further information, please contact:
Sarah Singleton, Head of Marketing & Communications, Baines Simmons