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AeroAdvice

Aviation Requirements Consultants

AeroAdvice is an independent consultancy and training agency in The Netherlands. The core business of AeroAdvice is advising staff in the aviation industry on matters of (European) regulation requirements and training staff of Aircraft Operators and Flying Training Organisations.

AeroAdvice supports and develops procedures in air transport and training and combines the knowledge of experts for the benefit of every organisation.

AeroAdvice offers the following products and services:

  • Introduction and implementation of JAR/EASA-FCL and EU/EASA-OPS for FTOs/ATOs and AOC holders.
  • Quality Audits for FTOs/ATOs and AOC holders
  • Flight Safety Training (eg. CRM training).
  • Flight Operations Management.
  • Flying Training Management

    EU/EASA-OPS


    AeroAdvice can provide all necessary procedures and documents:

    Commercial Air Transport and Aerial Work

  • Introduction and Implementation of EU/EASA-OPS (A-to-A and A-to-B)
  • Operations Manual Part A,B,C and D
  • Quality System Handbook and Management
  • Quality Audits
  • Training Requirements
  • Flight Operations Department Management
  • Flight Safety Training
  • Maintenance Management System
  • STOL and Steep Approach expertise.

    JAR/EASA-FCL


    AeroAdvice can provide all necessary procedures and documents:

  • Introduction and Implementation of JAR/EASA-FCL
  • Operations Manual and Training Manual
  • Quality System Handbook and Management
  • Quality Audits
  • Training syllabi
  • Training forms

    EASA PART M


    AeroAdvice can provide all necessary procedures and documents:

    Subpart F and Subpart G

  • MOM
  • CAMO

    FLIGHT SAFETY TRAINING
  • Security
  • First Aid and Hygiene
  • Fire Fighting
  • Dangerous Goods
  • Crew Resource Management (CRM)

    CREW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


    “Human Factors” are always decisive wherever a group of people perform highly responsible tasks in a high-tech setting. This is just as much the case with cockpit crews as it is with teams in operating theatres.

    These “non-technical” aspects play a key role in 70% of the accidents in the aviation industry. The purpose of the CRM course is to reduce the number of occurrences of “human error” as a factor in accidents by giving crews the insight into Leadership, Decision Making processes, Communication and Situational Awareness-just to name a few of the basic skills.

    A CRM course consists of two or three days which includes classroom training and practical “hands-on” training. A typical program focuses on the following:

  • Introduction, statistics and examples of human factor related accidents.
  • The reason for CRM.
  • The Seven Skills.
  • The Error Chain and taking actions to break the error chain.
  • Effective Communication and coordination between crew members and other operational personnel.
  • Situational Awareness
  • Tools for effective Communication and CRM.
  • Implications of automation on CRM.
  • Operator’s Standard Operating Procedures.
  • Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT) Hazard Awareness and Training.

    AeroAdvice conducts the “in-house” training on a 50/50 basis with Company (CRM) instructors either at the Company’s premises or a suitable training facility near the Company, or at AeroAdvice premises. Furthermore, AeroAdvice can offer specially tailored CRM courses fine-tuned to the Company’s specific need and train its CRM instructors.





    AeroAdvice, Diepenbrockstraat 175, 2625 XL DELFT The NETHERLANDS,
    Tel: +31-15-2566440, mob: +31-6-23896757,
    Email: aeroadvice@yahoo.com