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Baines Simmons to offer Aviation Safety Training in Amsterdam

Posted 23 September 2019 · Add Comment

Baines Simmons, the Consulting & Training division of global aviation services group Air Partner, is offering aviation safety training courses in Amsterdam for the first time as it looks to extend this service beyond the UK.


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From Tuesday 26th November to Friday 6th December, Baines Simmons will be offering five of its most popular courses, which are aimed at a range of roles, including Safety Managers and Form 4 Holders:

  • 26th-27th November: EASA Part M - Understanding the Management of Continuing Airworthiness
  • 28th-29th November: EASA Part 145 - Understanding the Requirements for Maintenance
  • 2nd December: EASA Part 21 Subpart G - Production Organisation Approval Essentials
  • 3rd-4th December: EASA Part 21 Subpart J - Understanding and Optimising Your Design Organisation Approval
  • 5th-6th December: Implementing a Fatigue Risk Management System

At present, Baines Simmons runs courses out of its UK-based Aviation Safety Academy at Fairoaks Airport, as well as in-company but is looking to grow its geographical reach for its informative and engaging aviation safety training. The Academy continues to go from strength to strength, and has seen bookings increase by 30% year-on-year.

Baines Simmons offers one of the most comprehensive portfolios of professional aviation training courses in the aviation industry. The consultants are safety practitioners with enormous breadth and depth of experience, and each course is written by one of the team’s subject matter leaders, ensuring their specialist expertise is captured and developed in the learning outcomes.

Baines Simmons has consistently scored very strongly in customer feedback scores and that continues to this day, with more than 98% of customers rating its services as “very good” or “excellent”. Independently ranked by Feefo, the Aviation Safety Academy itself has consistently achieved 100% client satisfaction for its high standards of customer service and deep product knowledge. As a result, this year it received Feefo’s Gold Trusted Service Award for the fifth year running.

Ian Holder, Managing Director at Baines Simmons, commented: “We have been delighted by the ongoing success of our Aviation Safety Academy and it is a natural progression for us to extend our expertise and experience in aviation safety to a wider audience in different locations. Our courses are designed to deliver real results in the workplace by shaping attitudes, changing minds and effecting a positive change at both a personal and organisational level. We very much look forward to welcoming our new attendees in Amsterdam to build their practical skills and knowledge.”

 

 

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