TQ11-EASA21J | 2 days
You have a functioning management system which meets all the regulatory requirements, but the move to performance-based regulation will require you to demonstrate its effectiveness. How can your audit function measure the performance of your compliance monitoring management system and assure your stakeholders that compliance is being managed effectively?
Having full confidence in your assurance function and in the accuracy of its output is essential if you are to gain maximum safety and business benefit. Once you have this confidence, you have the intelligence you require to design system enhancements, reduce risk and improve performance.
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How will this course benefit me?
Following the successful implementation of the Quality Management System and Assurance philosophy, EASA intends to mandate a Compliance Monitoring and integrated Management System for approved airworthiness organisations. This 2-day workshop will benefit your existing quality assurance and/or ISM function personnel by introducing the new approach, and will enable them to develop measures that will provide the foundations for effective performance moving forward:
Key areas of focus
Please note that the following topics are indicative only and a pre-workshop discussion with one of our consultants will determine how the workshop will be focused.
This course is aligned with ISO 19011 and ICAO 9859 concepts, and AMC1 ORO.GEN.200(a)(6).
The format of the workshop will be tailored to meet specific organisational approvals and will comprise a mixture of discussion, whiteboard exercises and presentation slides.
Is this course right for me?
Although designed primarily for personnel who possess the skills to audit EASA approved organisations, this course is also suitable for personnel who are either new or who require a refresher in understanding the EASA quality assurance/ISM requirements and wish to maximise the benefits and measure performance from their existing audit systems.
This course would also benefit:
Yes, understanding the intent of the regulations, the management system approach and the role of the audit function is vital. Your output (audit reports and associated findings) in this new role must inform your management team about the level of compliance within your organisation. Understanding the intent and not just the content of the regulations will allow you to deliver this.
Yes, this course examines the required competencies, purposes and interactions that need to be defined so that the function can protect both you and your organisation. It examines in detail all the indicators required to establish, implement and maintain an effective audit function.
Yes, delivering benefit from your audit programme is what this course is all about. This will seriously challenge the common box ticking audit approach.