What the Course is About
The Air Operations world may seem like a daunting place to work in. Whether you are someone considering a career in aviation, you have just started a clerical position at an air operator, you are a young graduate or an established professional looking to better understand how air operators work, this micro course has you covered.
Aviation is constantly changing. The three dimensions within aviation – technology, economy and politics – influence each other constantly. These are further influenced by external change factors such as the coronavirus pandemic, or climate change. But despite flight operations is at the centre of these changes, all the actions taken by air operators must lie within the boundaries of established regulation, in the interest of safety.
As a professional working within this highly dynamic environment, you need to be familiar with the basic structure of regulation so that you can conduct your job diligently and professionally.
Within this RAVEN micro course, we will start by explaining where Air Operations regulation comes from, as well as its structure. We will then briefly review the cover regulation, and each one of the different annexes.
Throughout the course, you will enjoy state of the art videos, onscreen instructor training and interactive games to help you interact with the system and understand the subject better. Throughout the course, you will be rewarded for your progress with RAVEN Experience Points, which you will be able to redeem into even more rewards. Once you finish, you will be issued with a digital certificate which you can present to prospective or current employers.
The course also serves as a recommended precursor to other, more advanced courses, which delve deeper into the different Annexes, as well as Special Approvals.
Administrative staff, professional staff, clerical staff, graduates or students with limited experience looking for an introduction to EASA Air Operations Regulation.
The course also serves as a foundation course for professional staff seeking further knowledge in the various annexes of Flight Operations, such as Part-ARO, Part-ORO, Part-CAT or Part-SPA.
3-4 hours, linear format.
90-day window to finish the course.
The Learner shall be able to remember the basic structure of the EASA Air Operations regulation.
The Learner shall be able to find and identify the suitable regulatory boundaries which apply for any operational context within air operations.
The Learner shall be able to to correctly identify which part of the regulation applies for a particular situation during his or her professional life.
EASA Air Operations Regulations: https://www.easa.europa.eu/regulations/air-operations EASA Easy Access Rules for Air Operations: https://www.easa.europa.eu/document-library/easy-access-rules/online-publications/easy-access-rules-air-operations