ICAO TRAINING INSTITUTE (Kyiv, Ukraine).
The ICAO Training Institute had been established at the National Aviation University in 2003 to provide high level of educational and training activities in the fields of aviation security, flight safety and aircraft airworthiness in accordance with ICAO regulations and to forward the efforts of Training Centres to promoting aviation safety.
The Centre was founded at the National Aviation University according to ICAO decision on November, 25th, 2002. The letter of endorsement was signed by the ICAO Secretary General R.C. Costa Pereira.
The main purpose of this Centre is to train and upgrade professional skills of inspectors on flight operation and airworthiness as well as to conduct courses on safety management systems implementation.
ICAO Training Institute TRAINING CENTRE
ICAO Endorsed European Regional Government Safety Inspectors Training Centre
ICAO European Regional Aviation Security Training Centre
ICAO Academic Department
Quality Assurance Committee
Academic Affairs Board
National Training Centres
for Air Transport Operations
Aviation Safety Management
The TRAINAIR Methodology is applied for the development of different national courses on flight safety, which are approved by the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine and organized in cooperation with Continuing Education Instituteof the National Aviation University
1 TRAINING CENTRE– 18700 Government Safety Inspectors – Operations
2 – 18701 Government Safety Inspectors – Airworthiness
3 – JAR FCL-3
4 – Safety Management Systems (SMS) Training Course
In 2006-2008 at the Centre195 persons from 25 countries have been trained on official ICAO Government Safety Inspectors Training Courses.
International Workshop on CNS/ATM Implementation TRAINING CENTRE
International organizations ICAO, IATA, European Commission, Eurocontrol, IAC, RADA, representatives of foreign companies INTELCAN (Canada), Ubitech (Germany), Parkaerosystem (Great Britain), producing equipment for implementation of CNS/ATM technologies, the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine and other countries were represented at the workshop.
Two Safety Management Systems (SMS) Training Courses (14-18th of November, 2006 and 20-24th of November, 2006) were delivered by the instructors from the ICAO Headquarters for specialists from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Moldova, Romania, Russian Federation, Tunisia and Ukraine.
On the request of the ICAO Headquarters Safety Management Systems Training Course materials were translated into Russianby the Centre instructors.
The Safety Management Systems Training Course for the students of aviation specialties can be delivered for the students of the National Aviation University (Kyiv, Ukraine).
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