Workshops

Available in French and English, all CCAA workshops are based on a national occupational standard or specific Transport Canada regulatory requirement. 

Click here to download the full CCAA course catalogue.

Click here for the registration form
 

Updated Calendar: January - April 2018

Do you need a workshop for a group of more than 5 participants?
Save on travel costs for your group, and have a CCAA-certified instructor come to your organization anywhere across Canada! 
Our instructors will deliver course material specially tailored to meet your organization's requirements, at a date/time and location of your choice across Canada.
We offer group discounts and other incentives. Contact Kethy Sosso-Kolle at 613-727-8272 ext. 261 or ksossokolle@avaerocouncil.ca for information on our PRIVATE & SEMI-PRIVATE workshops.

 

AUDIT

This workshop provides a detailed analysis of the steps involved in the audit process, and its importance in enhancing operational safety and improving performance to personnel with little or no auditing experience.

QUALITY ASSURANCE

This workshop examines the fundamentals of the quality processes and procedures, and key responsibilities of the Quality Assurance Manager.

This workshop enables individuals to properly respond to audit findings. Participants will learn to develop appropriate corrective action plans.

 

SAFETY

This 1-day workshop meets the requirements of Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs) and provides participants with an understanding and awareness of the human factors that can potentially lead to errors.

This workshop identifies the various aspects of safety management and explains how to better develop, manage and assess effective safety management within your operation. It may be supplemented with a Webinar.

This 1-day workshop details the responsibilities of the Person Responsible for Maintenance Control Systems, and how to remain compliant with regulatory requirements for this position.

This 2-day workshop, presented in collaboration with The Loomex Group, is designed to provide participants with the fundamental knowledge and skills to assist in or conduct a general accident/incident investigation. It identifies the basic step-by-step procedure for approaching the scene and performing the investigation. Participants are immersed in a mock accident/incident investigation and the objectives are tested by practical demonstration and the preparation of a simple accident report.

DANGEROUS GOODS

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