Safety and Human Factors for EASA Part-145 and Part-CAMO organisations.

What the Course is About

This program is tailored for professionals employed in Continuing Airworthiness Monitoring Organizations (CAMO) and Maintenance and Repair Organizations (MROs). Its primary objective is to furnish participants with a comprehensive grasp of SMS and Human Factors principles.

The Syllabus is organized in accordance with EASA’s Guidance Material references GM1 145.A.30(e) and GM2 CAMO.A.305(g).

It covers all the topics listed in the syllabus in the above reference Guidance Materials excluding Chapter 10 “Organization’s Safety Program”. The reason why this Chapter is excluded is that each organization has its own Safety Management System Framework and thus cannot be standardized due to the individual peculiarities of each and every Aircraft Maintenance and Continuing Airworthiness Monitoring Organization.

It is possible however to add Chapter 10 for an organization ordering this training program for their employees. If the organization is willing to share the relevant details of their SMS Prorgamme we will happily include and deliver Chapter 10 for that specific organization.

This training program is also beneficial for those organizations working and delivering services for Part-145 and Part-CAMO organizations and will help such organisatiozs demonstrating compliance with Safety and Human Factors Training requirements as mandated by EU regulation 1321/2014 Part-145 and Part-CAMO.

The training program consists of 16 hours of tuition split either on 2 sessions of 8 hours each or 4 sessions of 4 hours each and is delivered online on Zoom platform as per the organizations operational requirements.

Target Audience

  • Accountable Managers
  • Nominated Persons
  • Continuing Airworthiness Managers
  • Maintenance Managers
  • Airworthiness Engineers
  • Compliance Monitoring Personnel
  • Aircraft Maintenance Planners
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
  • Maintenance Control (MCC) Engineers
  • Safety Officers
  • Incident and Occurrence Investigators
  • Technical Records Specialists
  • Logistics, Stores and Warehouse personnel
  • Maintenance Control Engineer

Learning Experience

Virtual Classroom on ZOOM


  • 4 sessions of approximately 4 hours each, or
  • 2 sessions of approximately 8 hours each


Contact for bookings.

This course can also be organised on demand with minimum group of 6 participants.

The provided price is for each individual.

Learning Outcomes


  • The Learner will have an understanding on Aircraft Airworthiness and Maintenance Safety Management System Elements.
  • The Learner will have a good understanding of Maintenance and Airworthiness Human Factors principles.


  • The ability to apply human factors principles during discharge of duties when working in EASA Part-CAMO and Part-145 environment.
  • The ability to operate within an SMS framework as required by EASA Part-CAMO, Part-145 and ICAO Annex 19.

About Instructor

George Spiteri

George is a warranted Mechanical Engineer who specializes in aerospace engineering and the field of continuing airworthiness. He has been actively involved in the Aviation industry since 2008, amassing over 15 years of professional experience in EASA Part 145, Part CAMO, and Part 147 organizations. Throughout his career, George has held diverse positions related to technical expertise, compliance monitoring, and management, granting him a profound comprehension of the implementation and interpretation of EASA rules and regulations, particularly Implementing Rule 1321/2014 for continuing airworthiness.

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Course Includes

  • Course Certificate