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Training Manager


AIRCRAFT ENGINEERING CONSULTANCY AND TRAINING LTD
Location: East Midlands
Job type: Permanent
Aircraft type: ATR, Boeing, Bombardier, Embraer, Learjet
Contact: David Hudson
Sector: Maintenance, Aircraft
Category: Instructors & Trainers Jobs, Senior Manager Jobs
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We are searching for a Training Manager for an EASA Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation based in the UK.

The individual would report directly to the Accountable Manager and would be supported by a Quality Manager and appropriate support staff and as such would be a key member of the Company Executive.

The main responsibility of this position is to:

Ensure that the operation of AeCAT is efficiently managed and that all instruction and examinations carried out by the organisation are delivered to the standard, content and required level of knowledge as specified in UKCAA Part-147 and the company MTOE.

Ensure that there are sufficient staff with appropriate qualifications selected, trained and developed, to plan, perform, supervise, examine and assess students as required.

Seek and engage with potential customers to generate revenue through the delivery of training courses

Ensure that office accommodation and facilities are available appropriate to the management of the planned training and for the use of training staff.

Undertake the duties and responsibilities of an UKCAA Part-147 Approved Examiner.

Undertake the delegated duties and responsibilities of the Accountable Manager during prolonged absence.

Subject to experience he may be expected to:

Carry out the duties of an aircraft technical training instructor for any aircraft for which he is qualified on type and within the company’s EASA Part-147 approval.

Arrange Development and revision of courseware, exams and logbooks  associated with theoretical and practical training,

To be considered for the role you must:

Hold an aeronautical/ electrical or mechanical degree or, be a certified Part 66 licensed engineer or have evidence of previous employment as an aeronautical type training instructor/manager in a Part-147 environment.

Have a Working knowledge of EASA Part 66/Part 147 Regulations.

Hold a certificate in Training and Assessment or equivalent. (Desirable but not essential)

Have Excellent communication; verbal and written communication skills

Knowledge of any of the aircraft listed on our approval would be an advantage.

We are searching for a Training Manager for an EASA Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation based in the UK.

The individual would report directly to the Accountable Manager and would be supported by a Quality Manager and appropriate support staff and as such would be a key member of the Company Executive.

The main responsibility of this position is to:

Ensure that the operation of AeCAT is efficiently managed and that all instruction and examinations carried out by the organisation are delivered to the standard, content and required level of knowledge as specified in UKCAA Part-147 and the company MTOE.

Ensure that there are sufficient staff with appropriate qualifications selected, trained and developed, to plan, perform, supervise, examine and assess students as required.

Seek and engage with potential customers to generate revenue through the delivery of training courses

Ensure that office accommodation and facilities are available appropriate to the management of the planned training and for the use of training staff.

Undertake the duties and responsibilities of an UKCAA Part-147 Approved Examiner.

Undertake the delegated duties and responsibilities of the Accountable Manager during prolonged absence.

Subject to experience he may be expected to:

Carry out the duties of an aircraft technical training instructor for any aircraft for which he is qualified on type and within the company’s EASA Part-147 approval.

Arrange Development and revision of courseware, exams and logbooks  associated with theoretical and practical training,

To be considered for the role you must:

Hold an aeronautical/ electrical or mechanical degree or, be a certified Part 66 licensed engineer or have evidence of previous employment as an aeronautical type training instructor/manager in a Part-147 environment.

Have a Working knowledge of EASA Part 66/Part 147 Regulations.

Hold a certificate in Training and Assessment or equivalent. (Desirable but not essential)

Have Excellent communication; verbal and written communication skills

Knowledge of any of the aircraft listed on our approval would be an advantage.


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