USOAP CMA Phase 2 - Aviation Legislation and Civil Aviation Organization (LEG/ORG): Online
USOAP CMA Phase 2 - Aviation Legislation and Civil Aviation Organization (LEG/ORG): Online
Online Training

USOAP CMA Phase 2 - Aviation Legislation and Civil Aviation Organization (LEG/ORG): Online

Offered in EN
USD 400.00
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CAA Personnel receive a 25% discount.

 

To obtain the CAA Personnel price, please contact etraining@icao.int to validate your identity and receive a discount code.

 

Please note that the USOAP CMA Phase 1 course is a prerequisite for taking any Phase 2 USOAP CMA courses. 

 

Course Access:  Please note that your access to this course is limited to 3 months, starting from your registration date.

Description

Goal

The Aviation Legislation and Civil Aviation Organization (LEG/ORG) online course assists aviation experts regarding the establishment of a Civil Aviation Administration (CAA) by providing clear guidance on the following LEG subareas: promulgation and amendment procedures; enforcement; empowerment of inspectors; ratification and implementation of Article 83B. Additionally, it will provide guidance on the following ORG subareas: establishment of State civil aviation system and safety oversight functions and its resourcing; technical personnel qualification and training; technical guidance, tools and provisions of safety critical information.

 

Course Description

The Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) Continuous Monitoring Approach (CMA) provides a mechanism for ICAO to collect and analyze safety information from Member States and other stakeholders in order to identify and prioritize appropriate oversight and monitoring activities to be carried out by ICAO. 

 

The Aviation Legislation and Civil Aviation Organization (LEG/ORG) online course will enable you to gain knowledge on LEG and ORG subareas. It focuses specifically on identifying Protocol Questions exploring key documents and guidance material. 

 

Learning Objectives

Part 1: Legislation (LEG) 

Upon completion of this part, participants will be able to:

• Recognize the essential content of the protocol questions (PQs) in primary aviation legislation and civil aviation regulations and identify the more challenging PQs.

• Relate the content of the PQs to the associated ICAO documents, such as the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention), Annexes to the Chicago Convention, and relevant guidance material.

• Demonstrate the application of auditing techniques and methodology learned from this computer-based training.

 

Part 2: Civil Aviation Organization (ORG) 

Upon completion of this part, participants will be able to:

• Explore the essential content of the protocol questions (PQs) in the area of civil aviation organization(s)

• Relate the PQs to the associated ICAO documents, such as the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention), Annexes to the Chicago Convention, and relevant guidance material.

• Discover key information to seek and verify. 

• Review shortcomings frequently discovered during a CMA audit.

 

Course Structure:

Part 1: Legislation (LEG) course has the following modules:

• Course Introduction

• Section 1: The Chicago Convention, its Annexes and State’s Primary Aviation Legislation

• Section 2: The Chicago Convention, its Annexes and State’s specific Operating Regulations

• Section 3: Other Instruments

• Section 4: Enforcement

• Section 5: Empowerment of Inspectors

• Practice Quiz

• Course Summary

• Final Exam

 

Part 2: Civil Aviation Organization (ORG) course has the following modules:

• Course Introduction

• Section 1: Civil Aviation Organization

• Section 2: Financial Resources

• Section 3: Technical personnel qualification and experience 

• Section 4: Technical personnel training 

• Section 5: Discovery Activity: Technical guidance, tools and the provision of safety critical information 

• Practice Quiz

• Course Summary

• Final Exam

 

Primary Target Population

  • Prospective ICAO auditors and ICAO Coordinated Validation Mission (ICVM) experts 
  • State aviation safety personnel who neither have a nomination letter nor meet the criteria to become potential USOAP CMA auditors yet wish to enhance their competencies 
  • Experts working for the ICAO Technical Co-operation Bureau (TCB) 
  • Other aviation industry professionals who are interested in expanding their knowledge in one of the audit areas related to the USOAP CMA 
More Information
SKU TRG-10059-LEG/ORG
Course duration 8 hours
Training area Flight Safety and Safety Management
Training type Online