Virtual classrooms

We have accelerated the development of virtual classrooms across our portfolio with the aim of providing interactive, remote learning solutions for our customers. Our master trainers have focused on the specific skills, processes and topics that will assist individuals, teams and companies in facing and overcoming the issues created by the current sanitary and economic crisis. 

Now is the time to explore your potential, improve your skillset and build for the future...all from the comfort of your chosen learning space. 

A growing portfolio of virtual solutions

Project Management

Who should attend:

  • People involved in projects - Project Managers, WPL, PMOs and any stakeholder who needs to understand PM processes

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Reinforce a harmonised/common approach for Project Management within your company

  • Be able to apply the core Project Management processes and methods

  • Ensure that the Project Management culture and mind-set for project success is applied

Duration:

  • 3 days: 6*1,5 h Modules of theory + 6*1,5h of Practice

 

Available on request

Who should attend:

  • Improvement Project leaders/managers

  • Improvement Project Team Members

  • Change or Transformation Agents

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the End to End Process to lead a Business Improvement Project

  • Discover the 3 Key dimensions Of Improvement projects

    • Project Management

    • Process Improvement

    • Change Management

  • Practice though a simulation some of the associated tools and techniques

 

Duration:

  • 1 day without Case Study

  • 2 days with Case study (Webex Training Center)

 

Available on request

 

Aviation Operations

Who should attend:

  • Professionals from sales, after-sales or design office departments, working for airframe, engine or equipment  manufacturers
  • Professionals from airlines and lessors who are involved in aircraft maintenance

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Transform industry knowledge into practical know- how
  • Understand the dynamics and demand of the maintenance  marketplace
  • Learn how to position yourself to your advantage and think like a successful MRO
  • Learn how to make decisions in a maintenance organisation
  • Learn how to manage Performance-Based Contracts
  • Identify ways to improve maintenance operations
  • Get to grips with metrics and mechanisms
  • Understand the rationales of “make or buy” policies

Duration:

  • Segmented decisions spread over a week (5 days with 1 decision per day)

​​​​​​​Available on request

Who should attend:

  • Airlines Engineering, Maintenance and Finance managers that are mandated to implement urgent cost cutting measures related to the Maintenance of their aircraft fleet  in the context of economical challenging environment

Learning Objectives:

  • Provide advisory material/good practices on Aircraft Maintenance management aimed to mitigate the effects of an economical crisis
Duration:
  • 4 hours (broken down in 2 session of 2 hours each with a 3 hours break in between)

Who should attend:

  • Anyone from Airlines, Lessors or MRO companies involved in Procurement or contract management

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the basic structure of civil aircraft and services sales contracts
  • Explore buyer and the seller viewpoints in the contracting process
  • Revisit contractual obligations and optimise contract management to reduce costs, decrease liabilities and get the best out of a contractual framework

Duration:

  • 7 hours over two half days

Available on request

Aviation Strategy & Finance

  • Understand the operator and lessor strategies and tactics regarding lease origination, operation, extension, and return

  • Learn how successful companies successfully blend technical, commercial & financial skills to manage the aircraft over the leasing cycle

  • Experience the realities of asset and lease management through a full life-cycle serious game

 

A 3-hour interactive session per module requested

Available on request

With the current crisis, cash containment and cost reduction are more critical than ever for all players in the aviation and aerospace industry.

This virtual classroom with help you to;

  • Understand the key mechanism of Finance for business
  • Learn the essential business finance terms and methods in a manufacturing organisation
  • Identify critical actions and factors affecting cash and profitability
  • Understand how changes in pricing and working capital have an impact on profit
     

A 3-hour interactive session

Available on request

Procurement & Supply Chain

Who should attend:

  • People who have responsibility for complex contractual creation and contract management

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Develop practical knowledge of contractual principles and understanding in more depth key clauses of a contract and the associated risks
  • What is the relevance of context and scope for Contract? What are the different types of Contract? What are the mandatory annexes? Key clauses (IP, liability, export, liquidated damages, termination etc) Why focus on these? Impact and Risks? Through practical examples. Amendments - how to implement? Why is it important to secure it? How can the drafting / punctuation impact responsibility and liability? Why details are important?

Duration:

  • 6 hours

 

Available on request

Who should attend:

  • Anyone with a role in Procurement

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the purpose of defining a Commodity Strategy, in line with Corporate Strategy
  • Learn how to define a Commodity Strategy (process and tools), diagnose the situation and set up an action plan using major levers on Procurement
  • Gain awareness on Strategic Sourcing principles
  • Have the opportunity to put in practice through a case study

Duration:

  • 6 hours

Available on request

Who should attend:

  • All Procurement roles, especially MFT managers and team members having to deal with work transfers

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Ensure proper control of "work transfers", i.e. transfer of industrial activities, especially in the following context:
    • Make -in to Buy –out
    • Change of supplier for a given product
    • Change at supplier's (change of sub -tier, transfer of activity from one site to one other ...)
  • Ensure MFT people:
    • Are fully comfortable with the overall process
    • Are fully comfortable with the corresponding tools (check lists) provided during the training
    • Can either use directly the above and/or ensure proper use of equivalent process/tools when monitoring suppliers managing transfers

Duration:

  • Prework + 4* 2-hour modules

Available on request

Who should attend:

  • People with extensive professional experience deeply involved in negotiation

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Help leaders facing increasing difficulties and new challenges to established strong, fruitful, and long-lasting collaborations with both their internal/external customers, their strategic suppliers and social partners
  • Two ways to look at negotiations:
    • The facts and the logic (reasoned negotiation)
    • The people and the relationship (People centered negotiation)

Duration:

  • 6 hours

Available on request

Who should attend:

  • Airbus potential or existing suppliers (all Tiers) dealing with flying and non-flying aircraft related parts linked to Airframe, Material, Cabin & Cargo, Propulsion and Equipment & Systems

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about and understand Airbus Supplier requirements (ASR/GRAMS/GRESS), the Business Requirements applicable to all Airbus Suppliers
  • Prepare for, meet and surpass Airbus expectations
  • Understand how to implement the international aeronautical quality standards

Duration:

  • 15 hours spread over 3 - 5 days depending on timezone

Operational Excellence

Who should attend:

  • People working in Production areas 
  • Manufacturing &Quality inspectors,M.E.,S.C. & Logistics

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Have an awareness of the causes and effects of Foreign Object Debris/Damages
    • Remind of the prevention requirements to avoid/eliminate Foreign Object Debris/Damages
    • Present a set of good practices for prevention and stress good work habits
    • Introduce workmanship messages

Duration:

  • 1,5 hours

​​​​​​​Available on request

Who should attend:

  • Production operators
  • Quality inspectors
  • Team leaders

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Introduce as a foundation training for production employees:
    • Why Quality is important and how it is managed 
    • Who is responsible for Quality and their responsibilities
    • How we ensure Quality products throughout our processes, the cost of Non-Quality, customer expectations and the role we all have in ensuring Quality is maintained and improved within production areas

Duration:

  • Part 1: 3 hours + Part 2: 3 hours

​​​​​​​Available on request

Who should attend:

  • Production staff required to carry out Level 1 inspection activities

Learning Objectives:

  • Foundation course for inspection staff covering all the theoretical knowledge required to successfully carry out attestation of the product at inspection level 1 in accordance with A1098

Duration:

  • Part 1: 3 hours + Part 2: 3 hours

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Available on request

 

Who should attend:

  • Project Manager, Program Manager, Project Leader, WP Leader, Quality Manager, Operational quality, ...

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to define and describe the 5 Phases of the APQP Methodology
  • Understand the APQP Elements per phase
  • Understand the output / deliverable of the APQP Phases
  • Know and understand the APQP Main Pillars
  • Understand the steps to deploy an APQP methodology in the Aeronautic industry
  • Describe his / her role within the Multifunctional Team
  • Identify and select the appropriate APQP Elements and CTQ (Critical to Quality) deliverable for his/her Work package
  • Understand how to build an APQP Quality Plan Timing
  • Understand an APQP WP Report and the escalation process
 

Duration:

  • 4 Modules:
    • Module 1 : 2 hours, Mgmt welcome
    • Module 2:  2 ½  hours
    • Module 3:  2 hours
    • Module 4:  1 ½ hours

Available on request

Available as an open course to cater for individual learning needs 

Next sessions:

Who should attend:

  • Operational and support function staff who are involved in basic problem-solving activities

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to lead problem solving activities through the 9S IAQG methodology
  • Be able to facilitate the use of these tools in their business area
  • Support increase in proficiency level from 0 to 1

Duration:

  • 1 day

Available on request

Available as an open course to cater for individual learning needs 

 

Next session:

  • 2 November 2020 
 

Agility, Innovation & Collaborative Work

Who should attend:

  • Imagine you have less than 7 minutes to present your activity, your innovation or your project. The perfect chance to create an impression and have a lasting impact…but there is so much to say. In a world where “time is of the essence” and “less is more”, your pitch must be meticulously prepared, structured and delivered with clarity and confidence. This training focuses on these essentials and is suitable for anyone working in business, communication or public relations.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Discover and onboard the tools necessary to create an impacting pitch
  • Understand how to engage your audience and connect with your listeners

Duration:

  • 2 * 3 hours

Available on request

Who should attend:

  • Managers and leaders who contribute to innovation as a strategic priority

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand strategic planning and programming and learn how to create an organised, structured and inspiring strategy
  • Understand the strategic stakes of innovation
  • Discover concrete actions to develop innovation in an uncertain and changing environment
  • Adopt and implement innovative and customer focused ways of working

Duration:  

  • 2 * 3 hours

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Available on request

Who should attend:

  • You have probably heard of ‘Collective Intelligence’ without really understanding what it is about. This session provides deeper knowledge of the definition of Collective Intelligence, the range of disciplines it covers and how it can be used. The training is therefore interesting and appropriate for anyone leading collective actions, managing change or transformation projects or anyone who simply has a curious mind.

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the new methods and tools available to facilitate collective intelligence, allowing you to choose which are the most applicable and pertinent to your specific need and context

Duration:

  • 3 hours

​​​​​​​Available on request

Who should attend:

  • All departments, functions within a company that have identified a need to accelerate a project, prioritise actions or define a roadmap

 

Learning Objectives:

  • Develop the capacity to use collective intelligence and co-design techniques in order to enhance decision making skills

Duration:

  • Depending on session objectives, the duration can be anywhere from one half day, two half days or one full day

​​​​​​​Available on request

 

Knowledge Management

All the solutions within the Knowledge Management catalogue are available as remote solutions on request