Aviation Training Services

Global Air Training (GAT) is a specialist aircrew training provider. The company was founded in 1996. Clients now include over 500 international airlines, civil aviation authorities, military, V.I.P. and head of state aviation operations based in every continent of the world.

GAT provides initial, recurrent and train the trainer programmes for the aviation industry tailored to the specific needs and culture of the client organisation and the operating regulatory environment.

Ministry of Defence ELCAS

Global Air Training is an approved provider (Ref1713) for UK Ministry of Defence Enhanced Learning Credits ELCAS.

Featured Courses

Auditing in a Maintenance Environment

EASA Part 145 organisations are required to have an effective internal audit process. This practical 3 day course covers audit management and auditing techniques to enable the delegate to plan, manage and deliver an effective, best practise audit process in the maintenance environment, supporting both business objectives and regulatory compliance.

Auditing in a Maintenance Environment

Quality Management in an Aviation Environment

This practical 2 day course enables the participant to develop and implement a Quality Management System (QMS), with the knowledge and confidence to audit, review and improve safety and efficiency. The training will explore the basic principles of Quality Management in aviation, the regulatory requirements for Quality Management and Auditing, and the principles of how to build, review and assess a QMS.

Quality Management in an Aviation Environment

Crew Resource Management Instructor (CRMI) Core Course

The CRMI core course is designed for delegates wishing to attain CRMI accreditation for ground or line training. The programme content meets the standard CRM requirements and recommendations of: EU-OPS, JAR, C.A.A., F.A.A., and ICAO.

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Maintenance Human Factors Instructor Course

A core course for instructors who will be involved in the development and delivery of training of Human Factors within Aviation Maintenance Organisations.

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