Manama, Eastern region, Bahrain
CAE Parc are accepting applications for the role of Head of Training for our client, based in Middle East.
Flight Crew Training Manager
The Flight Crew Training Manager is the Nominated Post Holder as Head of Training and is directly responsible to the Director of Flight Operations for Flight Training issues that affect the day-to-day operational and commercial activities of the airline.
They will hold a TRI\/TRE endorsement and wherever appropriate they must balance the operational tasks of simulator and flying duties with the administrative function of the post.
The Flight Crew Training Manager duties and responsibilities are as follows: The overall conduct and efficiency of all flying training and standardisation within the Company. Undertaking the development and implementation of an audit programme to ensure compliance with relevant regulations and Company requirements. Managing all training personnel and the associated training budget. Ensuring that courses are cost effective and efficient. Planning and developing an Annual Training Plan commensurate with business requirements and liaison with crewing, rostering and administration departments. Recommending to the DFO the appointment of training pilots and CRM instructors or examiners. Acting as CRM Manager and responsible for all aspects of aircrew CRM including development of the syllabus and course material. Ensuring that conversion training and testing complies with the requirements of the regulations and any other requirements in force. Monitor compliance with Company standard operating procedures. Supervising flying training and currency records within the Company and ensuring that these are maintained accurately and up to date. Issuing the necessary training paperwork to each check candidate prior to the check. Advising the Quality and Safety Manager, when requested, on matters related to flying training and ensuring the implementation of the Safety Review Board’s recommendations on such matters. Attend selection boards as appropriate for the selection and appointment of new flight crew and promotion of flight crew. Proposing amendments to and editing the Operations Manual, Part D as required. Interfacing with regulatory authorities and other external agencies. Responsible for overall training standards. Obtaining Authority approval for new or revised training courses and programs, confirming that the syllabi meet legal requirements, and maintaining the list of nominated training pilots. Controlling and maintaining Operations and Training Manuals used by any external company providing a TRTO service and ensuring that the contents are up to date, relevant and meet legal requirements. Control and maintain training equipment to ensure legal standards and requirements are met. Ensure personnel in charge of specialist information maintain current practice and that training material is reviewed annually. Assessing and analysing all training courses by use of questionnaires, course critiques and observation. Researching and reporting current methods by visiting other airlines and organisations. Communicating training information to flight crew plus training ideas\/feedback to flight crew management and other relevant departments. Performing regular self-audits in accordance with the Quality system of those activities that are within his area of responsibility to ensure he and his staff are performing their tasks properly. Record the audit and remedial action taken results where necessary.
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