FlySmart+ Administrator Course (XG04/XG04I1)
The aim of the course is to train performance and weight & balance administrators on FlySmart+ environment, user interfaces and administration tools. Through this training, the Performance administrator will get the necessary knowledge to contribute to the definition of the Performance policy in the Airline to properly implement the policy in Flysmart+, and to answer questions from the pilots about the Performance applications behaviour.
FlySmart+ with Airbus Gateway Course (XG04I2)
The EFB administrator will get necessary information to administrate the Gateway web server and workflow to deploy the solution within the Airline.
ɅirFASE User Course (XG40A1)
The trainee will learn about the use of ɅirFASE tool to process data, access flights and their animation, generate statistical reports and administrate the software all along the Flight Data Analysis process.
FODM (XG10A12) or ɅDOC (XG10A13) – incl. XML eDOC customization
The course is designed to provide the airline’s flight operations specialists with the necessary information to enable them to use documentation management tools (FODM or ɅDOC) and as well to customize Airbus Flight Operations Manuals and their own Operations Manuals in XML format.
ECAM Customization Course (G13/G13A4)
The course will provide the airline’s flight operations specialists with the necessary information to prepare their own ECAM customization in accordance with the Electronic Centralized Aircraft Monitor (ECAM) customization capability.
Basic Performance Engineer Course (XG02)
The course is designed for airlines’ aircraft Performance Engineers, who are in charge of the performance expertise and who need to know how to handle the performance software (PEP) in order to make performance computations, to produce documentation or to carry out specific studies.
Advanced Performance Engineer Course (XG09)
The objective of the course is to propose to our customers an Airbus view on how to design procedures for specific operations (EOSID, Route study and ETOPS). Organized as a workshop, this course will mix stand-up lectures and practical examples using performance software, topographic and navigation maps.
Dispatcher Training Course (G03)
This course aims at bringing to dispatchers the knowledge of the aircraft systems and limitations, the knowledge of the operational documentation, and the knowledge of the performance calculation techniques. This course also proposes specific training course for airlines operating in ETOPS conditions.
Weight and Balance Engineer Course (XG06)
Weight and Balance engineer course aims to introduce the Airbus method to design the weight and balance operational documentation (Balance chart, AHM560/565). The training also presents the Airbus aircraft weight limitations and the Center of Gravity limitations to check, to operate the aircraft.
Load Control Transition course (G07 Passenger / G17 Freighter)
This course is designed for qualified Load Controllers or Load Planners to get familiarized with the Airbus aircraft loading capability and specificities
Operator Safety Management System (XG14)
The course aims at providing operators with knowledge on Safety fundamentals and best practices to run an effective airline’s Safety Management System (SMS). The 4 SMS elements (Safety Policy and Objectives, Safety Risk Management, Safety Assurance and Safety Promotion) are reviewed through an airline’s organization.
Flight Data Analysis (FDA) Safety Analyst Course (XG15 / XG15A1)
The trainee will get necessary knowledge to conduct an efficient FDA within a safety department. Theoretical module is complemented by practical workshop using ɅirFASE and training database. The purpose is to understand the techniques of investigation (from a single occurrence or from statistics) and how such techniques are efficient to lead an FDA process integrated within the Operator’s SMS.
The XG15A1 course is designed for: Authorities, Auditors and Operational managers in order to cover dedicated theoretical modules (without practical training) in a one-day training.
Threats and Error Management (XG18)
The course is designed to provide the Pilots with the necessary knowledge and skills to pilots to conduct flight observation following the principles of the Threat and Error Management (TEM). Such observation, also known as “Line Observation Monitoring”, is not a line check and should be de-correlated with TRI/TRE activities. The program is made of TEM theoretical modules with workshops, practical observations and debriefing. Then the team of pilots trained as “observer” can train other pilots as “observer” depending on the development needs of the “Line Observation Monitoring” activity within the Airline.
The aim of this course is to provide the designated Technical Pilots with knowledge on: Airworthiness, Continued Airworthiness, Maintenance, Flight Operations engineering, Safety Management System (SMS), Performance-Based Navigation (PBN), datalink and ADS-B so they can act as a focal point in their organization. The following topics are covered:
The course is also open to Flight Operations Engineers with significant experience.
Direct exchange with experts in your domain of activities
Tailored training is delivered in Airbus training centers or in your premises upon minimum number of trainees
Go beyond the ab-initio courses
Success - 21/11/2018
Success - 21/11/2018
Toulouse, France, Nov 21, 2018 NAVBLUE have designed RNP AR departure procedures for Vágar Airport (IATA: ...