Achieving an impeccable safety performance starts with a seamless preparation for your airline’s next audit.

The IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) Program is an internationally recognized and accepted evaluation system designed to assess the operational management and control systems of an airline. The IOSA audit creates a standard that is comparable on a worldwide basis, enabling and maximizing the joint use of audit reports. This has saved the industiedry over 6400 redundant audits and continues to lead to extensive cost-savings for IOSA participating airlines. The Audits are conducted by approved IOSA Auditors, which are experienced aviation safety experts that are qualified and maintain their qualifications in accordance with the IOSA rules.

Safety audits

IATA Training’s extensive curriculum of auditing courses will ensure your team will be all set for the next safety audit.

The IOSA related courses ensure that you have a comprehensive understanding of the training curriculum for auditors who are assigned to conduct internal auditing against the IOSA Standards and Recommended Practices (ISARPs).

ISARPs

Learn how to interpret ISARPs, understand quality assurance requirements and audit methodology, and most importantly the challenges you may encounter when conducting internal assessments against the different discipline ISARPs.

IOSA Program Update

An e-learning course that provides insight on the recent changes introduced to the IOSA program. Learn about the challenges posed by COVID 19 and understand how best you can prepare for the IOSA audit and, which new opportunities you will have to ensure a successful result.

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IOSA Auditor Training

Learn about the IOSA documentation system, the typical organizational structure of airlines, audit procedures and techniques to be applied by an IOSA auditor.

The IOSA Auditor Training is IATA’s official training program to qualify as an IOSA Auditor. The training targets individuals who already have auditing experience and who plan to become IOSA Auditors. The course conveys IOSA relevant auditing techniques and educates the candidate in interpersonal skills, key IOSA processes such as mandatory observations, audit processes for initial and renewal audits, corrective action processes.

Aviation Quality Services (AQS) and Argus are IATA Endorsed Training Organizations (ETO) authorized to provide the IOSA Auditor Training course.

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IOSA Airline Auditor

Meet the requirements of the IOSA Standard and Recommended Practice (ISARP) ORG 3.4.13, to conduct internal auditing against the ISARPs.

The IOSA Airline Auditor Training targets airline internal auditors that aim to familiarize themselves with the IOSA process. It provides an understanding of what is needed to perform internal assurance against the IOSA Standards and Recommended Practices in accordance with ORG 3.4.6 and provides airline staff with an alternative training program as per IOSA requirement ORG 3.4.13. Candidates who complete the training will improve their understanding of the IOSA Program and how they should apply it within their organization.

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IOSA Airline Auditor – Aircraft Engineering and Maintenance (MNT) Discipline

Focusing on the IOSA discipline - Aircraft Engineering and Maintenance (MNT), which ensures you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to perform internal audits using the IOSA MNT checklist.

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IOSA Airline Auditor – Flight Operations (FLT) Discipline

Interpret IOSA Standards and Recommended Practices (ISARPs) and get to know challenges you may encounter when conducting internal assessments against Flight Operations ISARPs.

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IOSA Airline Auditor - GRH, CGO and SEC Disciplines

Learn how to use the IOSA auditor actions, interpret IOSA Standards and Recommended Practices (ISARPs) and get to know the challenges you may encounter when conducting internal assessments against ISARPs in the areas of Ground Handling, Cargo and Security.

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IOSA Airline Auditor – Operational Control and Flight Dispatch (DSP) Discipline

Learn how to interpret IOSA Standards and Recommended Practices (ISARPs) and find out about the challenges you may encounter when conducting internal assessments against DSP ISARPs