Sofema Aviation Services has built up a strong reputation, enhanced by our highly delivery using professional and competent instructors. Our careful management of costs allows us to offer an excellent and affordable training experience. Providing Regulatory & Vocational training for 1000’s of delegates and 100’s of training courses – currently we are offering in excess of 250 courses.
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and letters from our customers here
At Sofema Aviation Services our first question is “How can we help”? SAS launched in 2008, by Steven Bentley – A UK National with more than 45 years experience in Commercial Aviation. During 2016 we provided regulatory training to more than 2000 delegates. Throughout 2017 our focus is on growing our support services. We take pride in delivering cost effective support across several continents. We will be pleased to include you in our growing community of satisfied customers.
How does the Quality System work in the Aviation Stores Environment?
The EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. But this is only one part of the many QC elements which are evident in the overall management of the store.
Developing Root Cause Analysis Competence in support of Aviation Quality & Safety Activities
As an organisation we will benefit if we can identify and develop the necessary skills associated with root cause analysis. With RCA we are able to analyse and understand the pre cursors of a problem (symptom) and in this way address the cause rather than the effect leading to more permanent solutions.
Is Your Aviation Safety Management System (SMS) – Still Born! What are the indicators?
A view by Steve Bentley Aviation Consultant & MD of Sofema Aviation Services (SAS). "Having a job which brings me into contact with many aviation professionals (during 2017 SAS expects more than 3000 delegates on its training courses) – It becomes possible to an unofficial understanding regarding the effectiveness of SMS within your organisation."