What the Course is About
The aviation industry in Europe operates under a complex system of regulations that aim to ensure safety and efficiency in the skies. The European Union Aviation Safety Agency, commonly known as EASA, plays a vital role in the creation and implementation of these regulations. EASA’s rulemaking process is an important aspect of this system, as it outlines the procedures and steps required to develop new rules or amend existing ones. This online course provides a comprehensive overview of the EASA rulemaking process, using interactive games and RAVEN’s social learning features to enhance your understanding and retention of the material.
As a professional in the aviation industry, it is crucial to have a solid grasp of the regulatory framework within which you operate. Regulations govern everything from aircraft design and maintenance to pilot training and air traffic control. Without a clear understanding of the rules, it is impossible to make informed decisions or develop effective strategies. This online course will take you through the EASA rulemaking process step-by-step, providing you with the knowledge and tools necessary to navigate the regulatory landscape with confidence. Whether you are just starting out in the industry or have decades of experience, this course will be an invaluable resource for enhancing your understanding of EASA rulemaking.
This online course is suitable for learners and professionals within the European Aviation Industry looking for a better understanding of the inner workings of how rules are developed and issued in European aviation.
1 hour, linear format.
90-day window to finish the course.
The Learner will be able to briefly describe the EASA Rulemaking Procedure, and recognise rules at different stages of the process.
The Learner will be able to locate the EASA Rulemaking Process, Terms of Reference, Notice of Proposed Amendments and Opinions on the EASA website.
The Learner will be able to factor in and anticipate upcoming regulatory changes in his professional life, and be able to participate in the EASA Rulemaking Process.