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ATC 125 - Aviation Accident Investigation

Code Start Date Duration Venue Fees
ATC 125 05 December 2020 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 02 January 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 27 February 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 27 March 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 24 April 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 22 May 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 19 June 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 14 August 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 11 September 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 09 October 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 06 November 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
ATC 125 04 December 2021 4 Days Istanbul $ 4000 Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Accidents always reduce the public’s confidence in the safety of the transport system. Accidents can lead to injury or death and can cause environmental and economic damage. Therefore, it is always necessary to update, develop and monitor accident investigation techniques and practices as well as accident prevention matters. In this course, participants will learn how to perform all of this, and how to prevent accidents from occurring. 

Course Objectives

  • Understanding the principles of aircraft accident investigation
  • Learning how to prevent accidents and incidents
  • Learning how to deal with different types of failures 
  • Becoming familiar with the role of safety culture in a SMS
  • Understanding the legal and ethical consequences of an accident 

Who Should Attend?

  • Aviation safety personnel
  • Aircraft accident investigators
  • Aircraft designer and/or manufacturer
  • Others involved with aviation who have an interest in crashworthiness and survivability

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Accident and incident investigation policies and procedures
  • Accident Reconstruction
  • Failure Analysis
  • Metallurgical Failures
  • Failure Analysis Services
  • Airframe Failures
  • Landing Gear Failures
  • Composite Failures

Day 2

  • Lubricant Failures
  • Aircraft Corrosion
  • Equipment Failures
  • Human Factors Analysis
  • Aircraft Cockpit Design
  • Cockpit Warnings
  • Glass Cockpits
  • Spatial Disorientation

Day 3

  • Patent Infringement
  • Aircraft Crash Survival Investigation and Analysis
  • Hazards at aircraft accident sites
  • Assistance to aircraft accident victims and their families 
  • Insurance issues  
  • Legal issues 

Day 4

  • Aviation safety management systems (SMS)
  • SMS structure and components
  • Proactive and predictive methods
  • SMS common issue and roadblocks
  • Human factors in SMS
  • Safety performance indicators and targets
  • Safety implementation 
  • Safety performance monitoring and operational data