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Traditionally safety investigation courses have focused on fatal accident investigations that are better suited to national investigation agencies rather than aircraft operators, maintenance organisations and aviation support services. The safety occurrences faced more commonly are incidents that don’t necessarily have catastrophic outcomes on the day. When properly investigated and analysed, these incidents have the potential to facilitate proactive safety improvements within an organisation; without waiting for an accident to occur.
ASI’s Safety Investigation – Principles and Analysis workshop is unique because it equips participants with the knowledge and practical skills needed to effectively and consistently analyse operational incidents with a view to developing safety improvements within their organisation. The course specifically addresses the training needs of the ‘Internal Safety Investigation’ element of the Safety Management Systems required by Australia’s CAO 82.3, CAO 82.5 and the impending CASR 119.
This course is attended by CASA Safety System Inspectors and used to train Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Australia’s safety personnel and AirServices Australia investigators. It has also formed a basis for the training of Indonesia’s DGCA and Thailand’s air traffic service provider, AeroThai.
Specifically, the workshop addresses:
The workshop is conducted over four consecutive days
The workshop presents the topics in a logical sequence related to the progression of an investigation. After each topic, participants will be given the opportunity to practice their learning by conducting the relevant steps of an investigation exercise, which runs throughout the entire course. Participants learn through a balanced mix of instruction, interactive sessions and practical exercises.
The workshop provides the participant with the core knowledge and skills to be a productive investigator. It does not result in a formal qualification.
The workshop facilitators have extensive backgrounds in aviation safety management, and the workshop is supported by a text written specifically for it. It includes comprehensive references to enable participants to follow up on areas of interest
Workshop size is normally limited to 16 students.
Workshops will normally be completed in Sydney, Australia. If you would prefer to attend your workshop in another location, please register your interest.
If there is sufficient demand the workshop may be run at another location on different dates. However, until an alternative location is confirmed, plan on attending the workshop in Sydney.
Aviation Safety Institute reserves the right to decline your request to enrol if you do not meet the Entry Requirements.
Enrolment is available via various methods
The fee for the workshop in Australia is $2750 AUD per person (inclusive of GST).
Discounts apply for multiple participants from the same organisation on the same workshop.Please contact Customer Support for details.
Full payment is required before attendance at the workshop.
In the event of withdrawal up to 30 days prior to workshop a refund of fees less $250 per person is available.
An invoice will be sent to the Billing Contact specified in your Application for Enrolment
We normally run this workshop on an ‘as needs’ basis about four times per year. ASI staff liaise with the people and organisations that have registered an interest, coordinating locations and dates that are the most suitable.
Workshops with places available are detailed above, and you can enrol in these Workshops immediately.
Future dates and locations are dependant on the needs of those that have registered an interest. Workshops are generally planned about 3 months ahead.
We can also run the workshop for organisations that want training ‘in-house’ and only for their organisations personnel
ASI can tailor this workshop specifically for your organisations needs. Your safety investigation team will be able to manage your Safety Management System requirements with greater effectiveness, combining an informed perspective of specific work requirements with improved investigative approaches.