Aviation On-the-Job Trainer Certificate

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Designed for on-the-job trainers (i.e. line trainers) in the aviation industry to provide foundational knowledge of training in the aviation industry.

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IATA AHM1110 9.3 | IS-BAH IG 8.1.6 | Self-study online course

This course is designed for on-the-job trainers (i.e., line trainers) in the aviation industry to provide foundational knowledge of training in the aviation industry.

On-the-job trainers, or ‘Line Trainers’, support new starters and existing colleagues in up-skilling. Typically, an on-the-job trainer is an experienced member of staff who has been selected to assist with practical training.

Duration

Approx. 5 hours of study. Complete within 6 months.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Identify theories and principles of adult learning.
  • Recognise the link between legislation, SOPs and training activities.
  • Identify the importance of keeping learners safe during on-the-job training.
  • Ensure training and assessment records are kept secure and confidential.

Assessment

To complete the Aviation On-the-Job Trainer Certificate, candidates must complete a short online theory assessment, which is graded immediately.

Suitability

Who should do this course?

It is ideal for those recognised by their company as line trainers, on-the-job trainers, or anyone pursuing training-related roles in the aviation industry.

Pre-requisites

The IATA AHM states that an on-the-job trainer should have at least 12 months of experience in an operational role. No experience in training or teaching is required.

Certificate

This course includes a PDF certificate that is available for immediate download upon successful completion.

Validity

The certificate is valid for 3 years, although your employer may require more frequent refresher training.