EASA Part 66 Module 9 Human Factors for Foreign Part 145 Aircraft and Components / Eng Staff

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EASA Part 66 Module 9 Human Factors Training for Foreign Part 145 Approval Holders and Applicants for Components, Engines and APU Certifying Staff

Module 9 Human Factors aims at providing an understanding of the role of the human factors in the complex system in the aviation field.

This course has been specifically developed to meet the needs of both Aircraft Certifying Staff & Component Certifying Staff.

This is a Human Factor Training which fully engages with the delegates, provides a significant benefit to both the individual and the organisation.

This course is specifically designed to provide delegates with a comprehensive awareness of Human Factor exposures and comply fully with the objectives of EASA Foreign Part-145 approval holders.

The material is specifically developed to meet the needs of Aircraft Certifying Staff & Components, Engines and APU Certifying Staff. In accordance with the requirements of EASA document UG.CAO.00126-003 and  UG.CAO.00121-004.

To share the responsibility of everyone in the system to pay maximum attention to Human Factors exposure in the workplace.

The Human Factor field has become very popular because the civil aviation industry became aware of the fact that most of the aviation accidents and incidents are determined more often by a human error than by a technical fault.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs)

SOL provides the following Course Learning Objectives (CLOs) to enable our clients to verify course content compliance with regulatory & vocational objectives.

Click on the below link to see the detailed content of the course:

EASA Part 66 Module 9 Human Factors for Foreign Part 145 Aircraft and Components / Eng Staff

· Ensure the course meets your expectations related to regulatory authority expectations.

· Print the CLO to retain with the course certificate as part of the competence management process.

· Share the CLO with Regulatory Authorities and Auditors to demonstrate an acceptable level of course content.

Course Learning Objectives (CLOs) are intended to provide clear, concise statements of what learners will be able to demonstrate or perform at the conclusion of each element of instructional content.


a) On completion of the module you will be able to sit a multiple-choice exam and on passing it, will receive a certificate.
b) The course is focused on discussing the key elements in order to understand human performances and limitations and all the factors that can determine a certain behaviour (the Dirty Dozen).
c) The main objective of the course is to increase the aircraft maintenance technicians’ awareness regarding the consequences that their actions have upon safety.
d) As a result, the aircraft maintenance technicians that have properly studied human factors will become more responsible in performing the tasks at their workplace and this will lead to risks mitigation.


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 3-day classroom training
Category:  Part 66
Price: 170 EUR


This course is part of the following programs:
Human Factors Module 9 plus Air Leg Module 10 for Foreign Part 145 Approval Holders