4 days (to be advised) 
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9am – 5pm
Closing Date:
One week before course date.
690 West Camp Road
#08-08 JTC Aviation Two
Seletar Aerospace Park
Singapore 797523
(excl. prevailing GST)
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About the Course:
Having a Management/Quality System is a regulatory compliance need; having an effective system is a distinct business advantage.

A skilled and competent auditor is able to uncover not only the obvious but also the underlying reasons for non-compliance – identifying underperforming processes and recommending system improvements that utilise limited resources to best advantage.

Who Should Attend?
This course is designed to provide formal audit training to new auditing staff and to update experienced staff with current auditing thinking (ISO 19011) through reviewing the requirements of regulations and developing practical skills and techniques for conducting an effective audit.
Course Content
This course will establish the link between the audit function and the impact it can have on safety levels through :

  • Equipping delegates with a broad knowledge of audit principles and techniques to use in their oversight of EASA Approved Organisations
  • Establishing a base understanding of quality system principles
  • Demonstrating the difference between the roles of industry and regulatory auditors
  • Showing how non-compliance findings are supported by objective evidence
  • Illustrating how several instances of non-compliance can lead to a more significant finding and show how a root cause might be identified
  • Develop skills for Opening and Closing Meetings, interview skills and the ability to deal with auditees proactively and professionally
About the Instructor:

Mr. Stuart Hughes, HOFTCO Pty Ltd 
Stuart holds a Graduate Certificate of Technology (Aviation Human Factors) from Swinburne University. He also has a Certificate IV in Workplace Assessment and Training, as well as Airline Operations.

Stuart had previously been involved in the establishment, development and management of Baines Simmons Operations in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia and the Pacific Islands. He started his career as a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. He is a member of the Human Error and Accident Reduction (H.E.A.R) steering group, with key achievements include provide consultancy service to Qantas’ engineering operations on issues of human error and performance in the maintenance activities.

*Note: Course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.

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