As the first IATA Endorsed Training Organization (ETO) we have successfully conducted more than 125 IOSA Auditor Training courses all over the world with around 1,600 participants. Our trainers have many years of practical experience in IOSA and a solid academic background. All trainers are IOSA Lead Auditors. The conceptual design is influenced by our considerable experience as the world’s first Audit Organization in the IOSA market. Benefit from our comprehensive IOSA proficiency and become an IOSA expert. We have the capacity to offer in-house IOSA Auditor Training (IAT) courses all over the world even on short notice.
For a more detailed description, please click here for the syllabus and the fact sheet.
Our goal is to make you an IOSA subject matter expert by letting you benefit from many years of IOSA experience. Practical exercises will give you the opportunity to train in IOSA auditing techniques including the use of the IOSA checklists as well as interpretation of the IOSA Standards and Recommended Practices (ISARPs). Thereby, the introduction to the IOSA program and the IOSA terminology is as important as the transfer of cultural awareness and auditors competences. Our instructors are training experts as well as highly experienced IOSA auditors.
- Experienced aviation auditors seeking an IOSA upgrade, e. g. for working with an accredited audit organization (open positions here)
- Airline internal auditors and airline IOSA designees
Sufficient aviation and audit experience to follow and understand the course contents and exercises are mandatory prerequisites for participation. Furthermore it is required that your English language skills will allow you to understand the instructor, to participate in group discussions and to understand the examination.
The course concludes with an optional final IATA exam. Participants who pass the written exam will receive the IATA certificate for completing the IOSA Auditor Training course. The course requires the trainees to work through pre-course materials as well as to actively cooperate during the training.