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  • CATALOGUE2020 / 2021

  • Training Catalogue 2019-2020 © NOVAE3

    EDITORIA

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    A PASSION FOR TRANSMITTING KNOWLEDGE! ‘’I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious’’ - (Albert Einstein)“There is no such thing as a technician who remains qualified forever”

    As a result, our talents and our curiosity remain resolutely turned towards you: our Customers!It is with these words in mind that I am pleased to present the wide range of training courses available from and provided by our teams.With 15 years’ experience in providing training within a multicultural and multilingual environment, NOVAE Training proposes a rich and comprehensive Training Catalogue. By listening to and understanding your needs, our teams will offer you a tailor-made training solution to perfectly meet the objectives and operational requirements you have set.Your objectives can only be attained with qualified, well-trained and well-coached personnel. The support offered by NOVAE Training must cover these key points, starting as a continuation of students’ school education and continuing right up until they obtain their product-based qualification.At the end of the qualification process, it is also our duty to accompany technicians with recurrent face-to-face training, which may be complemented by e-learning courses and also by assimilation in an operational context. This is how we achieve growing competence and the development of skills, while at the same time limiting the impact on technicians’ operational availability.There are many different types of training tools for achieving this, and NOVAE’s strength resides in our ability to combine “technical” expertise and “learning” expertise in the same project through Digital Learning solutions.Our teams will guide and support you throughout your programme, including with logistical aspects, which are both complementary and necessary to allow you to be fully involved in and focused on your training.

    Yours sincerely,

    Jacques PETITJEAN

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    1. AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCEPART66 LICENSE

    >AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE - BRIDGE COURSE ..................................................................................................................................................................... 9 >PART-66 TRAINING.................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 >AB INITIO THEORETICAL TRAINING PROGRAMME IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................. 11

    PRACTICAL & TECHNICAL TRAINING >AUDIT: TECHNIQUES AND STANDARDS ............................................................................................................................................................................ 13 >EN 9100 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS .......................................................................................................................................................................... 14 >EN 9100 / 9110 / 9120 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS REQUIREMENTS IN THE INDUSTRY/MAINTENANCE CENTRES /

    DISTRIBUTORS IN THE CIVIL & STATE AERONAUTICS INDUSTRY ................................................................................................................................. 15 >AVIATION INSTRUCTOR TRAINING ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 16 >AIRCRAFT PRESSURISATION ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 17 >ANALYSIS OF DEFECT TYPES AND INSPECTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................ 18 >KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE ............................................................................................................................................................... 19 >ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES ................................................................................................................................................................ 20 >ANEMOBAROMETRIC CIRCUIT ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 21 >ANTI-ICING / DE-ICING ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 22 >LEARN HOW TO READ ENGINEERING DRAWINGS AND DIAGRAMS ........................................................................................................................... 23 >INDUCTION MOTORS ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 24 >ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 25 >LINEAR ACTUATORS FOR AERONAUTICAL APPLICATIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 26 >OXYGEN - NITROGEN ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 27 >QUADRAX CONTACTS CRIMPING AND INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................................. 28

    CONTINUOUS & REGULATORY TRAINING >PART 21 SUBPART G OR SUBPART J ....................................................................................................................................................................................30 >PART-147 TRAINING .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 31 >PART-M SUBPART F TRAINING ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 32 >PART M - SUBPARTS G, H & I ................................................................................................................................................................................................. 33 >PART145 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 34 >SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ...........................................................................................................................................................35 >CDCC (FTS) « FUEL TANK SAFETY » ......................................................................................................................................................................................36 >EWIS (ELECTRICAL WIRING INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM) - GROUP 1 TO 8 - INITIAL AND REFRESHER TRAINING ...................................... 37 >HUMAN FACTORS .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 38

    AEROSTRUCTURE TRAINING >PAINT PROCESSES ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 40 >UNDERSTANDING OF PLASTIC MATERIALS ...................................................................................................................................................................... 41 >PAINT DEPOSIT INSPECTIONS ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 42 >PRESENTATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND FIRST COMPOSITE PARTS IN THE WORKSHOP .....................................................................43 >CORROSION MECHANISM - ANTI-CORROSION TREATMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 44 >IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS .............................................................................................................................................................. 45 >INDUSTRIAL PAINTS ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... 46

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    >COMPOSITE MATERIALS - LEVEL 1 ......................................................................................................................................................................................47 >COMPOSITE MATERIALS - LEVEL 2 ......................................................................................................................................................................................48 >BONDING PRACTICES SURFACE PREPARATION ............................................................................................................................................................. 49 >CARBON FIBRE COMPOSITES .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 50

    2. FLIGHT PERSONNELFLIGHT PERSONNEL TRAINING

    >SEA SURVIVAL TRAINING ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 52 >MOUNTAIN SURVIVAL TRAINING ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 53

    HELICOPTER HOIST OPERATIONS TRAINING >TACTICAL HOIST TRAINING .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 55 >ADVANCED SAR MISSION HOIST TRAINING...................................................................................................................................................................... 56 >BASIC INLAND HOIST TRAINING ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 57

    CONTINUOUS & REGULATORY TRAINING: MRM, CCRM, ETOPS >INTRODUCTION TO FLIGHT TEST ENGINEERING ............................................................................................................................................................ 59 >FLIGHT SAFETY ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 60

    OPTIONAL TRAINING FOR HELICOPTERS: CAMERA, ARMAMENT, SPECIAL PATROL INSERTION/EXTRACTION >BASIC AERIAL GUNNERY ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 62 >BASIC GROUND TACTICAL ARMAMENT ............................................................................................................................................................................. 63 >EMBEDDED THERMAL TRAINING CAMERA ...................................................................................................................................................................... 64

    3. SAFRAN HELICOPTER ENGINES AFFILIATION >SAFRANHELICOPTER ENGINES ACADEMY........................................................................................................................................................................ 64

    4. HELICOPTER TRAINING ARMAMENT, FLOTATION TRAINING

    >M3M ARMAMENT .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 71 >SH20 ARMAMENT .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 72 >FLOTATION SYSTEM - MAINTENANCE LEVEL ................................................................................................................................................................... 73

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    AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCEBRIDGE COURSE

    Teaching objectives: Implement the standard procedures and best practices of aircraft maintenance through a practical and pragmatic training course. Application of maintenance tasks through familiarisation of aeronautical technical documentation on aircraft or helicopters. This training course can be adapted to B1 or B2 tasks.

    Course content: 5 training modules INITIAL MODULE: technical documentation, mechanics’ best practices, structural repair techniques, applied technical English, introduction to the Safety Management System.

    SERVICING MODULE: inflate a wheel – landing gear damper, wear criteria and pre-flight checks, towing, safety regulations regarding helicopter refuelling, auxiliary energy sources on board, standard practices, etc.

    MAINTENANCE  MODULE: by system and ATA Chapters (flight controls, structures, hydraulic power system, electrical power system, engine, etc.)

    ENGINE FAMILIARISATION MODULE: operating principles, performance, systems, start-up sequence on flight simulator, maintenance programme.

    OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT MODULE: seats, winch, load tie-down, field-mooring techniques, ferrying tank, etc.

    Adapted according to the modules selected,between 1 week and 4 months6 to 8 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    PublicTargeted: All ab-initio technicians or avionics maintenance technicians requiring additional training.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, practical maintenance tasks, use of a maintenance simulator.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Professional baccalaureate.

    Trainer Qualification:Training provided by personnel with operational experience in an aeronautical organisation and/or within an Authority capable of providing feedback in the field concerned.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Practical training certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.com

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    PART-66 TRAININGAIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE

    LICENSETeaching objectives:Increase understanding of the regulations regarding the licensing of aircraft maintenance personnel and accredited training centres. Acquire the knowledge necessary for the issuance of Part-66 licenses.

    Course content: B1.1, B2 and B1.3 license categories: Module 1: Maths, Module 2: Physics, Module 3: Electrical Fundamentals, Module 4: Electronic Fundamentals, Module 5: Digital techniques/Electronic Instrument Systems Module 6: Materials and Hardware, Module 7 A: Maintenance Practices, Module 8: Basic Aerodynamics, Module 9 A: Human Factors,Module 10: Aviation Legislation,Module 11 A: Aeroplane aerodynamics, structures & systems, Module 12: Helicopter Aerodynamics, structures & systems,Module 13: Aircraft aerodynamics, structures & systems, Module 14 & 15: Propulsion system & Gas Turbine engines, Module 17: Propellers.

    These modules are presented in detail with practical applications.

    3 types of training • Advanced: Advanced course / Practical applications / Exams,• Revision: E-learning / Intensive revision / Exams,• TOS: Exams.

    Are customised according to the option chosen

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:General aviation personnel involved in the supervision of the maintenance of non-complex motor powered aircraft not involved in licensed commercial air transport, with Part-M Subpart F approved maintenance organisations as well as any person working within these organisations. Supervisors, mechanics, trainers, organisational review staff, airworthiness review staff and personnel authorised to develop maintenance programmes for ELA2 aircraft;

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, practical cases. EASA PART-66 MCQ e-examination.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Review of Regulation (EU) No.1321/2014 Part-66.

    Trainer Qualification:Training provided by personnel with operational experience in an aviation organisation and/or within an Authority capable of providing feedback in the field concerned.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: PART-147 Certificate of recognition.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-group.com

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    AB INITIO THEORETICAL TRAINING PROGRAMME IN AIRCRAFT

    MAINTENANCE Teaching objectives: Initial theoretical knowledge in aviation maintenance training directed towards a foundation programme for the PART-66 B1 or B2 license. This training is the gateway for new entrants to the aviation maintenance field who do not have the prerequisites to follow the programme of a PART-66 license.

    Course content: 4 training modules

    • MODULE 1: mechanics’ best practices, applied technical English, introduction to the Safety Management System.• MODULE 2: upgrading skills in mathematics, physics and electricity basic principles.• MODULE 3: Technical documentation, materials, structural repair techniques.• MODULE 4: Study of aircraft systems: operating principles, performance, systems, etc.

    Customised according to the modules chosen. Between 1 week and 4 months

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any ab-initio technicians or technicians looking for advanced training.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, use of maintenance simulators.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Professional Baccalaureate (A-Level).

    Trainer Qualification: Training provided by personnel with operational experience in an aviation organisation and/or within an Authority capable of providing feedback in the field concerned.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Certificate of Recognition.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    AUDIT: TECHNIQUES AND STANDARDS EN 9100 /EN 9110 / EN 9120

    Teaching objectives:Apply the Quality Management Systems - Model for Quality Assurance in Design, Manufacturing or Repair. Identify the international bodies (IAQG, EAQG, QUALIFAS, etc.) and their role. Apply the principles and rules of company certification and be able to act as an interface with accredited companies.

    Course content: Aviation regulatory framework and associated standards, The concept of quality - Principles and practices, The process approach, Review of the EN 9100 / 9110 / 9120 Standard chapters (as appropriate), Introduction, context and application framework, references, definitions.

    2 days / 14 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Anyone having to implement the EN9100/ EN9110 / EN 9120 Standards.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education with a follow-up and updating of their skills.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    EN 9100QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

    REQUIREMENTS IN THE INDUSTRY/MAINTENANCE CENTRES / DISTRIBUTORS IN THE CIVIL & STATE AERONAUTICS INDUSTRY

    Teaching objectives:Complete your knowledge in terms of Quality Management System for Design, Manufacturing or Repair activities, Be familiar with the culture and objectives of the various international bodies (IAQG, EAQG, QUALIFAS...), Understand the principles and rules of company certification and be able to interface with accredited companies, Emphasise which fields and processes are subject to internal auditing.

    Course content: The aeronautical regulatory environment & associated standards, the concept of Quality Principles and definitions, The “Process” approach, Review of the Chapters of the EN 9100 standard: Introduction, context & application framework, references and definitions, Quality Management Systems, Management Responsibility, Resource & means Management, Product (or service) implementation, Indicators, Measures, Analysis & Improvement.

    2 days / 14 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Quality Manager, Safety Manager, Internal Auditor, anyone involved in the certification process.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.Level of prior knowledge required: Ability to read and communicate in English.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Ability to read and communicate in English.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education with a follow-up and updating of their skills.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    EN 9100 / 9110 / 9120QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS

    Teaching objectives: Complete your knowledge in terms of Quality Management System for Design, Manufacturing or Repair activities, Be familiar with the culture and objectives of the various international bodies (IAQG, EAQG, QUALIFAS...), Understand the principles and rules of company certification and be able to interface with accredited companies, Emphasise which fields and processes are subject to internal auditing.

    Course content: The aeronautical regulatory environment & associated standards, The concept of Quality Principles and definitions, The “Process” approach, Review of the Chapters of the EN 9100 standard: Introduction, context & application framework, references and definitions, Quality Management Systems, Management Responsibility, Resource & means Management, Product (or service) implementation, Indicators, Measures, Analysis & Improvement.

    2 days / Basic 14 hours 1 day / 7 hours in transition

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Quality Manager, Safety Manager, Internal Auditor, anyone involved in the certification process.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Ability to read and communicate in English.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education with a follow-up and updating of their skills.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    AVIATION INSTRUCTOR TRAINING

    Teaching objectives: By becoming a trainer, you will be able to master specific techniques and teaching methods in order to share your knowledge and know-how. It is also the development of soft skills, individual communication with each participant and the ability to generate positive group dynamics. The trainer must both control his training programme and focus individually on each trainee, in order to assess their initial level and allow them to progress. This training really allows you to further professionalise yourself as a trainer.

    5 days / 35 hours

    8 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Airline staff, flight crews, aircraft maintenance personnel.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Proven experience and proficiency in the subject to be taught. Knowledge of the English language recommended.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    AIRCRAFT PRESSURISATION

    Teaching objectives: • Know how to understand the parameters of altitude,• Know how to reduce pressurization risks of a flight in altitude.

    Course content: • General principles,• Variation of environmental parameters with altitude,• Effects on the human body, • Operation and effects of decompression,• Conclusion.

    1 day / 7 Hours

    12 maximum

    On the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF:Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055Affiliated TrainingCentre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Engine, avionics and airframe technicians.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment:PowerPoint presentation, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification: Airframe specialists with practical experience in aircraft structures or engine materials.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    ANALYSIS OF DEFECT TYPES AND INSPECTIONS

    Teaching objectives: • Be able to identify the modes of structural degradation, • Be familiar with the different NDT procedures used to detect damage.

    Course content: • Reminder: corrosion.

    Type of ruptures• Ductile fracture,• Brittle fracture,• Fatigue breakage,• Creep.

    An overview of Non-Destructive Testing methods; principles, possibilities and limits (implementation on base metals and welded assemblies),

    Introduction to other NDT methods• Eddy current,• Infrared thermography,• Application examples.

    2 days / 14 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person working in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations. (Supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality control personnel, staff responsible for planning work and resources).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Document issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-aerospace.com

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    KNOWLEDGE OF ELECTROSTATIC DISCHARGE

    (ESD) RISKSTeaching objectives:

    • Train participants in the assessment of electrostatic discharge (E.S.D) damage and define ways to prevent it, • Be able to implement and use ESD protective equipment correctly, • Reinforce the safety of people and aeronautical equipment.

    Course content:• Introduction to ESD events,• How do ESD damages occur,• How to protect yourself against ESD risks,• Identify specific ESD marking and protective packaging,• Carry out ESD inspections and measurements,• Apprehend personal responsibility,• Knowledge assessment,• Compliant with IEC 61340-5-1 and IEC 61340-5-2 International Standards.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: All persons involved to any extent in maintenance operations that are likely to come into contact with ESD-sensitive components.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Reading and understanding of the English language.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    ANALOG AND DIGITAL ELECTRONIC DEVICES

    Teaching objectives: • Understand the requirements of electronic circuits and aircraft systems,• Verify that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements,• Carry out actions in accordance with the applicable standards,

    Course content:Analog electronics

    • Semiconductors,• Diodes,• Transistors,• Operational amplifiers: Surface Mounting Methods.

    Digital electronics • Based on the binary number system,• Data conversion and operations between systems,• Boolean Algebra,• Karnaugh Map,• Combinational logic circuits.

    Training compliant with EASA Part-66 - Module 5 Subparts 2; 3 and 5.

    4 days / 28 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person working in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations. (Supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality control personnel, staff responsible for planning work and resources).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Document issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    ANEMOBAROMETRIC CIRCUIT

    Teaching objectives: • Understand the requirements of electronic circuits and aircraft systems, • Verify that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements, • Carry out actions in accordance with the applicable texts.

    Course content:Classification, Terminology and use of the devices and systems:

    • Air Data System,• Generality of Air Data,• Altimeters,• Vertical speed indicators,• Machmeters,• Altitude reporting/alerting systems,• Air data computers,• Care of the tools,• Inspection of the tools,• Authorisations, tolerances and work standards.

    Training compliant with EASA Part-66 Module 13-8 and ATA 31.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum.

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Trainingand Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person working in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations. (Supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality control personnel, staff responsible for planning work and resources).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Document issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    ANTI-ICING / DE-ICING

    Teaching Objectives:• Know how to identify the elements involved in ice formation, • Know how to manage the risks,

    Course content: • General information, • Specific meteorological conditions,• Ice protection system,• Regulation,• Risk management principles.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On the customer’spremises

    Eligible CPF: yesPrice: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Engine, avionics and structure engineers and technicians.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: PowerPoint presentation, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification: Airframe specialist with practical experience in structure or engine materials.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.com

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    LEARN HOW TO READ ENGINEERING DRAWINGS AND DIAGRAMS

    Teaching objectives: • Understand the requirements of electronic circuits and aircraft systems, • Verify that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements, • Carry out actions in accordance with the applicable standards.

    Course content: Drawing types and diagrams, their symbols, dimensions. Understanding of engineering drawings and diagrams: wiring diagrams and schematic diagrams. Training compliant with EASA Part-66 - Module 7 Subparts 5 and 7.

    0.5 day / 3.5 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person working in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations. (Supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality control personnel, staff responsible for planning work and resources).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: yes.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Document issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    mailto:training@novae-group.commailto:training@novae-group.com

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    INDUCTION MOTORS

    Teaching objectives: • Understand the requirements of electronic circuits and aircraft systems, • Verify that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements,• Carry out actions in accordance with the applicable standards.

    Course content: DC Motor/Generator Theory, AC Theory, Transformers, AC Generators, AC Motors, AC synchronous and induction motors both single and polyphase. Training compliant with EASA Part-66 Module 3 Subparts 12, 17 and 18.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Trainingand Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person working in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations. (Supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality control personnel, staff responsible for planning work and resources).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Document issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS

    Teaching objectives: • Understand the requirements of electronic circuits and aircraft systems,• Verify that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements, • Carry out actions in accordance with the applicable standards.

    Course content: Introduction, The measurement instruments: Universal Power Meter, Oscilloscope, Frequency counter, Wattmeter, The Bird 43 ® power meter, Milliwattmeter. Continuity, insulation and bonding techniques and testing. Insulation, Bonding. Training compliant with EASA Part-66 - Module 7 Subparts 4 and 7.

    0.5 day / 3.5 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person working in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations. (Supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality control personnel, staff responsible for planning work and resources).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    LINEAR ACTUATORS FOR AERONAUTICAL APPLICATIONS

    Teaching objectives: • Understand the requirements of electronic circuits and aircraft systems, • Verify that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements, • Carry out actions in accordance with the applicable standards.

    Course content: Servomechanisms

    • Feedback,• Principles of operation & use of the following synchro system components / features.

    Definition of a servomechanism• Control system,• Example of a servomechanism,• Construction operation & use,• Servomechanism defects.

    Synchro devices used with servomechanisms• Position and displacement sensors.

    Training compliant with EASA Part-66 - Module 4-3.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person working in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations. (Supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality control personnel, staff responsible for planning work and resources).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    OXYGEN - NITROGEN

    Teaching objectives:• Understand the need for Oxygen/ Nitrogen,• Knowledge of Oxygen/ Nitrogen circuits, • Know and understand the dangers in handling Oxygen / Nitrogen.

    Course content: • General information, • Use of first aid oxygen,• Supplemental oxygen in pressurized aircraft,• Supplemental oxygen in non- pressurized aircraft, • Oxygen/ Nitrogen circuits – bottles – handling – safety.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yesPrice: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: All aeronautical specialities.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: PowerPoint presentation, Evaluation test.

    Trainer Qualification: Airframe specialists with practical experience in structure or engine materials.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    QUADRAX CONTACTSCRIMPING AND INSTALLATION

    Teaching objectives: • Be familiar with the tools and learn crimping and installation procedures for Quadrax contacts.

    Course content: • Quadrax cable technology, • Special tools and presentation of connective devices, • Technical instructions (manufacturer’s data sheet), • Standard practices.

    1 Day / 7 Hours

    12 maximum

    On the customer’s premises.

    Eligible CPF: yesPrice: On request.

    Contact: Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Qualified B2 staff - Wiring technicians performing EWIS maintenance/modifications or applying service bulletins

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment:PowerPoint presentation, Evaluation test.

    Trainer Qualification: Airframe specialists with practical experience in structure or engine materials

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning : Provided on request.

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    PART 21SUBPART G OR SUBPART J

    Objectives: Enable participants to integrate the regulatory requirements of PART 21, regarding:

    • The production and certification expected by PART 21 G authorities• Design, and the certification expected by the PART 21 J authorities

    Course content: Subpart G: (1 day) Production organization approval.

    PART 21 subpart G: 1 day/7 hours,PART 21 subpart J:1 day/7 hours

    12 maximum

    NOVAE siteor Customer site

    Eligible for CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsAc-credited centerFR. 147. 0055 www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Audience: Staff of the Civil Aviation Authorities responsible for issuing PART 21 certificates and carrying out monitoring. Any person working in a design or production organization.

    Method of Distribution and validation of learning: Interactive presentations, case studies. EASA E-examination - EASA Certificate.

    Level of previous knowledge required: Reading the EASA regulation No. 216/2008.

    Trainer qualification:Experts conducting daily technical missions with companies, trained and qualified in adult education with the monitoring and updating of their skills.

    Document issued if assessment passed: Training certificate.

    Schedule: On request.

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    PART-147 TRAINING

    Teaching objectives: Allow participants to apply with EASA regulations regarding the theoretical and practical training of aircraft mechanics, from the perspective of both the training organisation and the certifier. Allow participants to be aware of the documentary aspects related to the organisation of the exams and to connect them with the notion of a Quality System.

    Course content: The content of the training complies with the EASA E.1321/2014 syllabus.

    It includes references to the FRA State Regulations.

    2 days / 14 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Employees of the Civil Aviation Authorities who issue Part-147 approvals and Part-66 licenses as well as employees of maintenance training organisations as a whole. Candidates for the Part-66 license may attend this training, prior to their curriculum, as well as employees of maintenance organisations who will have to work with the aircraft maintenance mechanics of the company.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies. EASA e-Examination – EASA Certificate.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Review of EASA Regulation (EU) No. 216/2008.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education with a follow-up and updating of their skills.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    PART-M SUBPART F TRAINING

    Teaching objectives: Understand the requirements of Part-M Subpart F and be familiar with the correct interpretations of the regulation. Make sure that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements. Carry out actions in compliance with the applicable texts.

    Course content: The Part-M Subpart F is reviewed in its regulatory environment to fully understand the interactions between all airworthiness requirements. All regulations are presented in detail with examples of practical application.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: General aviation personnel involved in the supervision of the maintenance of non-complex motor powered aircraft not involved in licensed commercial air transport, with Part-M Subpart F approved maintenance organisations as well as any person working within these organisations. Supervisors, mechanics, trainers, organisational review staff, airworthiness review staff and personnel authorised to develop maintenance programmes for ELA2 aircraft.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: EASA E.2042-M.004 Part-M - Maintenance e-Examination (Subpart F).

    Level of prior knowledge required:Knowledge of EASA Regulation (EU) No. 216/2008.

    Trainer Qualification: Training provided by personnel with operational experience in an aviation organisation and/or within an Authority capable of providing feedback in the field concerned.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request

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    PART M - SUBPARTS G, H & I

    Objectives:Enable participants to become familiar with PART M regulatory requirements (EASA requirements on com-mercial air transport - from the point of view of certification authorities as well as operators). Enable parti-cipants to check airworthiness documents, implement regulatory requirements (monitoring, inspection, and reporting) and be competent regarding the quality system.

    Training content:Introduction of European regulations, Introduction to EC Regulation 2042/2003, Definition of responsibilities/Airworthiness monitoring management, Study of PART M - Subparts G, H & I and PART M Subpart G: Continuing airworthiness management organization, Subpart H: Certificate of release to service, Subpart I: Airworthiness review certificate.

    Initial: 2 days/14 hoursRefresher training:1 day/7 hours.

    12 maximum

    NOVAE site or Customer site

    Eligible for CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions Accredited centerFR. 147. 0055 www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Audience:Managerial, supervisory, design office and technical team personnel, conducting reliability studies, analysis of the applicable reference system, preparation of approved aircraft maintenance plans, preparation and conduct of airworthiness reviews. Staff working in PART 21 and PART 145 environments to better unders-tand their own requirements.

    Method of Distribution and validation of learning:Test/E-examination EASA E.2042-M.004 Part-M - Maintenance (Subpart F) optional.

    Level of previous knowledge required:Knowledge of EASA regulatory requirements No. 216/2008.

    Trainer qualification:Experts conducting daily technical missions with companies, trained and qualified in adult training with the monitoring and updating of their skills.

    Document issued if assessment passed:Individual training certificate.

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    Objectives:Appropriate EC Regulation 1321/2014 Part 145 with its two sections A and B and the associated AMCs and GMs in order to make it easier to understand. Check whether the measures implemented comply with regulatory requirements. Carry out actions in accordance with the applicable texts.

    Training content:Introduction to EC Regulation 1321/2014, Presentation of Part A requirements, Presentation of Part B. All regulatory requirements are presented in detail with examples of implementation.

    PART145

    Initial: 2 days/14 hoursRefresher: 1 day/7 hours

    12 maximum

    NOVAE site or Customer site

    Eligible for CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions Accredited centerFR. 147. 0055www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Audience:Any employee applying for Part 145 QTP or airworthiness certificate QTP.

    Method of Distribution and validation of learning:Interactive presentations, case studies/TEST.

    Level of previous knowledge required:Reading of EC Regulation 1321/2014. General knowledge in aircraft maintenance.

    Trainer qualification:Experts conducting daily technical missions with companies, trained and qualified in adult education with the monitoring and updating of their skills.

    Document issued if assessment passed:Individual training certificate.

    Schedule: On request.

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    SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    APPLIED TO AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCETeaching objectives: Provide acceptable means of compliance or interpretations and explanations for application of the provisions of the December 2008 regulation on the implementation of safety management systems for airlines. The first success factor in terms of system acceptance by operators is to obtain the support of all hierarchies and the organisation; the second is IMPERATIVE and consists in informing the personnel involved or in charge of managing implementation of the SMS on the objectives to be achieved in terms of major risk prevention.

    Course content:In accordance with national and international reference documents, the course covers the following topics: Safety policy and objectives, Risk management, Safety management, Safety management mechanisms.

    2 days / 14 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Trainingand Learning Solutions FR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centre www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Air transport operator employees, MCO State workshops and maintenance services involved in theimplementation of the safety management system.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies / Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Basic knowledge of aeronautical operations or maintenance.

    Trainer Qualification: Training provided by expert trainers with daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education with a follow-up and updating of their skills.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate / EASA Certificate (optional).

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    CDCCL (FTS)(FUEL TANK SAFETY)

    Objectives:The results of the investigation conducted by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) in the United States following the TWA 800 accident highlighted discrepancies in the technical data. The aim of these training sessions is to specify the rules based on the accident report, raise awareness of the regulations issued by EASA, explain the commitment of manufacturers, and explain the studies carried out on various systems.

    Training content:The “Fuel Tank Safety” course is available in two versions: a familiarization course lasting 3.5 hours and a detailed course lasting 7 hours. In both cases, the content of the training complies with EASA require-ments.

    Initial: 1 day/7 hoursRefresher:0.5 day/3.5 hours

    12 maximum

    NOVAE site or Customer site

    Eligible for CPF: yes Price: On requestNovae Training

    and Learning Solutions Accredited centerFR. 147. 0055www.novae-group.com +33 (0)5 59 47 22 24 training@novae-group.com

    Audience:Persons with any direct or indirect involvement with maintenance operations in or near fuel tanks. The familiarization course is intended for personnel involved in the maintenance or continuing airworthiness management of aircraft. The detailed course is intended for managerial staff, supervisors, operators, pre-parers and designers.

    Method of Distribution and validation of learning:Interactive presentations, case studies/TEST.

    Level of previous knowledge required:Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer qualification:Training provided by staff with operational experience in an aeronautical organization and/or within an Authority, capable of providing feedback on their experience in the field concerned.

    Document issued if assessment passed:Training certificate.

    Schedule: On request.

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    EWIS (ELECTRICAL WIRING INTERCONNECTION SYSTEM)GROUP 1 TO 8

    INITIAL AND REFRESHER TRAINING

    Objectives:Know the technical and regulatory safety requirements for Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS)

    Training content:Description of general EWIS practices incorporated in maintenance data

    • Safety rules, handling and protection of equipment sensitive to electrostatic discharges• Identification, protection, inspection, damage and repair of wiring and interconnection systems• EASA-compliant content AMC 20-22• Test

    Group 1 to 3: 2 days/12 h (initial training) -1 day/6 hours (refresher training) Group 4 to 8: 1 day/6 h (ini-tial training) and 0.5 day/4 h (refresher training)

    12 maximum

    NOVAE siteor Customer site

    Eligible for CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning Solutions Accredited centerFR. 147. 0055www.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Audience:• Person involved in electrical wiring maintenance operations • Personnel involved in the maintenance or continuing airworthiness management of aircraft• Managerial staff, supervisors, operators, preparers and designers.

    The different audiences are divided into 8 groups:- Group 1: qualified EWIS maintenance personnel- Group 2: personnel qualified for wiring inspection- Group 3: personnel qualified in the design, modification and repair of wiring systems.- Group 4: qualified maintenance personnel required to remove/reassemble electrical systems - Group 5: qualified personnel authorized to design, modify, repair, and schedule maintenance for structural and mechanical systems- Group 6: other personnel whose job may bring them into contact with aircraft wiring.- Group 7: technical flight personnel such as pilots and crew mechanics- Group 8: commercial flight crew.Method of Distribution and validation of learning: Interactive presentations, case studies/TEST.Level of previous knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.Reading of the following texts: FSSR 88R - EASA DECISION N° 2007/001/002/003/R - Letter from the EASA Executive Director to National Authorities (ref. JAN/YMO/ime/R (4) 2008(D) 50001 DGAC/GSAC BI 2008/08 issued on 05.02.2008, Part M - AMC M.A.706(f) and M.B 102(c), Part 145 - AMC 145.A.30(e) and 145.B.10 (3).

    Trainer qualification:Experts conducting daily technical missions with companies, trained and qualified in adult education with the monitoring and updating of their skills.

    Document issued if assessment passed: Training certificate.Schedule: On request.

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    HUMAN FACTORS

    Objectives:Know the human factors and issue recommendations for the practical application of the new requirements of PART/FRA 145 within organizations. Provide guidance in the drafting of procedures that must take into account human factor aspects and integrate the concept of Maintenance Safety System. Obtain a general knowledge of the main principles of human factors.

    Course content:Presentation of the following chapters: General, Errors and Organizations, Human Performance and Limi-tations, Key Points of a HF approach, Sections A and B of Part 145 relating to HF.

    Initial: 2 days/14 hoursRefresher: 1 day/7 hours

    12 maximum

    NOVAE siteor Customer site

    Eligible for CPF: yesPrice: On requestNovae Training and Learning SolutionsAccredited centerFR. 147. 0055www.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Audience:Civil Aviation Authority personnel. Any person working in an aircraft maintenance organization.

    Method of Distribution and validation of learning:Interactive presentations, case studies/TEST. E-learning possible.

    Level of previous knowledge required:None

    Trainer qualification:Experts conducting daily technical missions with companies, trained and qualified in adult education with the monitoring and updating of their skills.

    Document issued if assessment passed:Training certificate/EASA Certificate (optional).

    Schedule: On request.

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    PAINT PROCESSES WITHIN THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

    Teaching objectives: • Be familiar with the paint application processes in safety-compliant environments, • Master the different preparations,• Understand the assessment techniques.

    Course content: • Health and safety: workshop risks; protective equipment; labelling; Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS); ATEX directives,• Paint technology: components; preparation; dilution and drying,• Application equipment: application processes; adjustments; cleaning and rinsing; maintenance,• Paint application (theoretical approach).

    Assessments: Thickness measurements; analysis and modifications.

    4 days / 28 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person involved in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations (supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality experts, trainers, personnel in charge of work and resource planning).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    UNDERSTANDING OF PLASTIC MATERIALS

    HOW TO ADAPT THEMTeaching objectives:Increase basic knowledge on plastic materials. Know how to choose the materials according to situations and needs.

    Course content: • Definition of thermoplastic (TP) and et thermoset (TS) polymers,• Reminder of the materials and their characteristics,• Plastics and environment,• Recycling of waste in plastics processing,• Standards.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Any person involved in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations (supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality experts, personnel in charge of work and resource planning).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: General public.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    PAINT DEPOSIT INSPECTIONS

    Teaching objectives:Be familiar with all the standardised tests adapted to paint deposit inspections. Analyse results and define processing controls. Be familiar with all the standardised tests adapted to paint deposit inspections. Analyse results and define processing controls. Use of coating testing equipment.

    Course content: The controls and possible causes of associated defects

    • Visual aspect,• Thickness,• Adhesion,• Hardness,• Brightness,• Corrosion.

    Colour measurement,The spectrophotometers

    • Paint validation: how to make an incoming control of the paint.

    4 days / 28 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person involved in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations (supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality experts, personnel in charge of work and resource planning).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, practical maintenance tasks, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: General public.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    PRESENTATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND FIRST COMPOSITE PARTS IN THE

    WORKSHOPTeaching objectives:

    • Discover composites.. Presentation of the principles and procedures for implementation. Theoretical introduction to basic techniques and print reading.• Discovery of manufacturing and repair procedures for parts in the workshop through practical exercises.

    Course content: • Knowledge of materials: general concepts, manufacturing processes, • Composite materials and their implementation processes,• Manufacturing of a simple part shape,• Repair of a simple fibreglass or carbon fibre part.

    5 days / 35 hours: 2 days in the classroom + 3 days in the workshop

    12 maximum in the classroom, 5 maximum in the workshop

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Training open to all, ideal for people looking to discover a new activity in a workshop or for professionals in the design office wishing to practice to better understand the constraints.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:General public.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    CORROSION MECHANISMANTI-CORROSION TREATMENT

    Teaching objectives: • Understand the requirements of electronic systems and aircraft systems, • Check that the measures put in place comply with regulatory requirements, • Carry out actions in line with the applicable texts.

    Course content:• The consequences of corrosion in the aircraft industry,• The mechanisms of corrosion,• The different types of corrosion according to the metal types,• Environmental actions,• Corrosion treatment/ Surface treatment.

    2 days / 14 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Any person involved in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations (supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality experts, personnel in charge of work and resource planning).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Have completed the Intermediate training.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPOSITE MATERIALSPROCESSES AND CHECKS

    Teaching objectives:Understand the different specificities of repairs on composite materials. Identify the repair processes for assemblies and sub-assemblies.

    Course content:• Knowledge of materials: general concepts, manufacturing processes, • Composite materials and their implementation processes,• Type of repairs: structure, aesthetics, etc.• Non-destructive testing after repair.

    3 days / 21 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Individuals with several years of experience or extensive technical training in the field of composite materials.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

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    INDUSTRIAL PAINTSPROCESSES AND CHECKS

    Teaching objectives: • Be familiar with the different application requirements and paint types according to the surface condition,• Select paint ranges according to their characteristics,• Be familiar with standards and legislation,• Define controls according to specifications,• Integrate health and safety concepts.

    Course content:• Surface preparation before painting,• Technology of liquid paints / powder coatings,• Application technologies,• Application booths and their environment,• Drying,• Cataphoresis,• Paint stripping,• Control of paints and deposits,• Health and safety (environment / waste...).

    4 days / 28 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Any person involved in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations (supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality experts, personnel in charge of work and resource planning).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.com

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    COMPOSITE MATERIALSTRAINING

    LEVEL 1

    Teaching objectives: Improve standard technique skills, Be able to follow a range, Respect the standard procedures and good practices, Manufacture and repair a standard part.

    Course content:• Knowledge of composite materials,• Production of a part and repair of standard parts in fibreglass or carbon,• Training in the use of vacuum pumps,• Improve the quality of parts.

    5 days / 35 hours: 2 days in the classroom + 3 days in the workshop

    12 maximum in the classroom, 5 maximum in the workshop

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Individuals with experience or training in composite materials.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:First experience, Composite material training.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.com

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    COMPOSITE MATERIALSTRAINING

    LEVEL 2

    Teaching objectives:Discover the most complex techniques for making or repairing composite material parts. Be able to produce a range on complicated parts. Produce high quality or luxury parts.

    Course content:• Knowledge of materials: expert level,• Optimisation of production and quality,• Manufacturing and repair of complex parts in fibreglass, carbon,• Use of all production means.

    5 days / 35 hours: 1 day in the classroom + 4 days in the workshop

    12 maximumin the classroom, 5 maximum in the workshop

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Individuals with several years of experience or with a high level of training in the field of composite materials.

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required: Several years of experience. A high level of training in the field of composite materials.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.com

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    BONDING PRACTICESSURFACE PREPARATION

    MATERIAL DESIGN - TESTS - CONTROLTeaching objectives:Be familiar with the theoretical data, the main characteristics and areas of use of current adhesives, as well as their main application and control techniques.

    Course content:Adhesives:

    • Adhesion theories,• Adhesion tests and associated standards,• Parameters affecting adhesion,• Polymer characterisation,• Molecular aspects of polymer deformation and rupture,• Residual stresses and elastic modulus.

    Surface: • Surface treatment of substrates and controls,• Surface properties,• The main analytical tools and their potential,• Characterisation of surfaces, interfaces and interphases,• Polymer formulation for adhesives and paints,• Importance and location of the rupture,• Means of application and polymerisation,• Durability of bonded assemblies,• Hygiene and protection,• Discussion of specific cases (depending on requirements expressed by the trainees).

    3 days / 21 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Any person involved in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations (supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality experts, personnel in charge of work and resource planning).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment: Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.com

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    CARBON FIBRE COMPOSITES

    Teaching objectives: Understand composite materials in general, their usefulness as well as their applications in various industries (such as aerospace, automotive, marine, defence, plastics, etc.) and their mechanical properties.

    Course content: General presentation of reinforcements or fibres,

    Application: • Glass fibre,• Carbon fibre,• Aramid fibre.

    Implementation of composite materials:• Draping,• Lamination,• Infusion: definition, fields of application,• Vacuum infusion: wet lay-up process.

    1 day / 7 hours

    12 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0055 Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Any person involved in the supervision of aircraft maintenance within approved maintenance organisations (supervisors, mechanics, logistics operators, quality experts, personnel in charge of work and resource planning).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation / Assessment:Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:Level IV or equivalent.

    Trainer Qualification: Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-aerospace.com

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    SEA SURVIVAL TRAINING

    Teaching objectives: Inform on the risks in case of accidental water landings, Train in evacuation procedures for aircraft in immersion situations, Survival management and organisation while waiting for the SAR teams, Be able to be involved in the development of company procedures for the prevention and management of the risks incurred.

    The training can be completed by the 2-day CRM module in order to make the crew synergy even more efficient and a determining factor in group dynamics and therefore survival.

    Course content: Practical exercisesEvacuation of an underwater cabin with disorientation at sea, evacuation of an underwater cabin with spatial orientation awareness, swimming with clothing in a pool, crew and passenger grouping and organisation of survival at sea, Use of individual and collective survival equipment (life jackets, life rafts, ERSA, etc.). Winching procedures (attaching the hook).

    ConferencesHypothermia, Emergency care procedures in an aquatic environment, The different survival equipment, Search and operation of the emergency beacon, Reminder of the EASA regulatory requirements.

    2 days / 14 hours

    10 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yesPrice: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0035Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: Aeronautical personnel and passengers who are to board an aircraft as part of a flight over a hostile mountainous area (in winter or summer). This course is also intended for managers who are likely to draft instructions (MANEX, MAP, SMS, etc.).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test

    Level of prior knowledge required: For the general public

    Trainer Qualification: Air force rescue diver experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education.

    Document issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-group.commailto:training@novae-group.com

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    MOUNTAIN SURVIVAL TRAINING

    Teaching objectives: Inform on the risks in case of accidental water landings, Train in evacuation procedures in mountainous areas. Survival management and organisation while waiting for the SAR teams, Be able to be involved in the development of company procedures for the prevention and management of the risks incurred. The training can be completed by the 2-day CRM module in order to make the crew synergy even more efficient and a determining factor in group dynamics and therefore survival.

    Course content: Debriefing of specific cases, Organisation in a non-contextual environment, Role-playing before a complex situation, Conferences (information processing, management of degraded professional situations, complex of the unknown, new technologies in the cockpit, deviation management, fatigue management, computerisation and work documentation, task interruption, workload, excess of self-confidence, etc.).

    At the end of this training, employees will be able to participate effectively in the management and organisation of air missions. They will also be capable of drafting company procedures to prevent and manage the risks involved.

    5 days / 35 hours

    10 maximum

    On NOVAE site or on the customer’s premises

    Eligible CPF: yes Price: On request

    Novae Training and Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0035Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted:Aeronautical personnel and passengers who are to board an aircraft as part of a flight over a hostile mountainous area (in winter or summer). This course is also intended for managers who are likely to draft instructions (MANEX, MAP, SMS, etc.).

    Teaching Tools and Evaluation/ Assessment: Interactive presentations, case studies, Evaluation test.

    Level of prior knowledge required:For the general public.

    Trainer Qualification:Experts providing daily technical missions to companies trained and qualified in adult education with a follow-up and updating of their skills.

    Documents issued to participants who pass the assessment:Training Certificate.

    Planning: Provided on request.

    http://www.novae-aerospace.commailto:training@novae-group.commailto:training@novae-group.com

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    TACTICAL HOIST TRAINING

    Teaching objectives:Complete technical and safety procedures for personnel performing helicopter SAR missions:

    • Maritime Vessel rescue hoist operations,• Mountain rescue hoist operations,• Night Vision Goggles (NGV) hoist rescue,• Fast-rope operations.

    Course content: • Safety rules on helicopter hoist operations,• Cabin configurations,• Mission preparation,• Technical and emergency procedures,• Pre-flight hoist inspections,• Rescue equipment limitations.

    2 Weeks / 10 flights

    2 to 3 maximum

    On the customer’spremises

    Eligible CPF: NoPrice: On request

    Novae Trainingand Learning SolutionsFR. 147. 0035Affiliated Training Centrewww.novae-group.com+33 (0)5 59 47 22 24training@novae-group.com

    Public targeted: 1st line maintenance training qualification, Crew member license, Advanced SAR mission hoist training, 6 months basic SAR hoist experience.

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