Human Factors (Continuation) (E-learning)

Technical operations & MRO · Safety · E-learning · Certificate: Aviato Academy, AM&TS

Training information

  • Length of training: 6-8 hours
  • Language: English
  • Certification: AM&TS (EASA Part-147 NL.147.7174) Certificate of course completion (Valid for 2 years) 
  • Previous knowledge required: Participants should have clear understanding of aircraft or component maintenance activities. Recommended level is Intermediate. The recommended level of language proficiency is ICAO Operational Level 4 for courses in English or the equivalent level for other languages.
  • Price: €75 (VAT excluded)

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This training is a partnership between AM&TS and Aviato Academy.

Target Audience

  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
  • Maintenance Manager
  • All staff directly and indirectly involved in Aircraft Maintenance activities


This course is developed with EASA part 145.A.30 (e), CAA UK CAP 716 “Aviation Maintenance Human Factors” and FAA AC 120-72 “Maintenance Resource Management Training” as guidelines. 

This course is created with the intention to improve the level of Human Factors awareness and to improve the understanding of Human Performance issues related to activities in an EASA and FAA part 145 maintenance environment. 

This Human Factors initial training course, is not only intended for maintenance engineers, but also for other functions directly, or indirectly related to maintenance activities. We recommend managers to complete this Advanced E-training course as well, so they can understand the organizational benefits, of a Human Factors and Safety Program.  

The statistics, incidents and practical examples, which are included in this course reflect the present trends and Human Factor issues in the aircraft maintenance environment, as much as possible. 

Training slides are followed up with question slides. These question slides are included in the training to test your knowledge, skills and attitude towards Human Factors. At the end of the course you will receive a final examination. For both you need to pass with a score of 75% or more.

Course content

  • recognizing, identifying and understanding human error and their causes
  • dealing with errors and mistakes
  • develop safety nets – identifying and recognizing “Norms”
  • develop team skills
  • develop good communication skills
  • be aware of the human factors principles and theories
  • be aware of individual differences and behavioural styles
  • have the willingness to learn from your own mistakes and mistakes other people make

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