Sofema to hold EASA regulatory training in Dubai
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, January 08 - 2013 at 04:56
Bulgaria-based Sofema Aviation Services has announced it is delivering EASA regulatory training courses in Singapore, Dubai and Johannesburg during the first quarter of 2013. Set to take place between February 3 and February 11 at the facilities of JET Aviation Dubai Airport Free Zone, The Dubai EASA regulatory training course will focus on EASA 145 and CAR 145 differences, EASA Part M and CAR M Differences, EASA Part 21 Subpart G with CAR Part 21 Subpart G differences. In addition, a further training covering the management of competence in a 145 environment is offered, Sofema said.
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