An iconic global brand with one of the world’s largest fleets, British Airways is the ideal environment in which to make the most of your aircraft systems technical expertise by passing it on to others.
Your challenge? To develop, plan, manage and deliver training packages to support the aircraft technical and non-technical training requirements of BA/IAG and its customers in line with Part-147/145 standards and company procedures. We’ll also rely on you to maintain activities within our Global Learning Academy’s (GLA’s) portfolio to the highest possible standard of technical and behavioural instructional skill. That means considering all possible approaches to training delivery, including e-learning, technology and the use of external vendors, in order to provide colleagues with everything they need for the safe and professional operation of BA and other operators aircraft.
As well as carrying out the examination and assessment of students, you’ll work closely with the Learning & Development Managers and GLA Planning to ensure learning operation capacity and resources are understood and aligned as effectively as possible to business area demands. Making sure all training interventions are global in nature, and supporting the operation worldwide as required, you’ll be acting as a BA Engineering ambassador and role model, applying internal and external best practice.
Relevantly qualified and with a track record in aircraft maintenance, you’ll have a good understanding of an aircraft systems operating environment, maintenance practices and engineering hand skills. We’ll also be looking for good Health & Safety awareness and experience of working with projects. A working knowledge of EASA Part-145, -147, -66 and other applicable requirements and company processes, procedures and regulatory requirements is also essential. You will need to be a holder of an EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance licence and/or have Part-147 training experience.
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