Training Course for JIG Members - Training to Inspect to JIG Standards
JIG is delighted to offer its next Training Course for Members to help their personnel to inspect airport operations to JIG Standards. This course, ‘Training to Inspect to JIG Standards’, has been developed for experienced Aviation Fuels Supervisors and/or Inspectors who wish to enhance their skills in this vital area. The course has been developed by JIG and its Operations Committee, and external consultants who have vast experience of inspecting operations globally.
Completing the course successfully does not automatically make you a JIG Inspector but it will form part of the requirements for future JIG Inspectors.
The 5 day course has been designed to be highly interactive with a considerable amount of practical work on a large and complex aviation fuels facility. The course covers:
- Why we inspect
- The Inspection Process of preparation, conducting an inspection, making recommendations and writing the report
- Hands-on field experience in the airport depot, looking at all the aspects of what and how to inspect
- Inspection of Quality Control documentation and a review of frequently found issues
- Inspection of hydrant operations
- Issues around filter inspections with practical field demonstrations
- Into-plane fuelling operations
- Vehicle Pressure Control testing with time spent at the test rig
- How to handle safety as part of an inspection
- Documentation and records
At the end of the course delegates will be required to undertake an exam with those who pass being issued with a Certificate of Successful Completion of the Course.
The course offers not only an opportunity to learn, but also to network with other aviation fuel personnel from around the world.
The course will be held at the Bangalore Airport, kindly organised by Indian Oil and Skytanking.
The course will run from Monday 5th March 2018 (starting approx at 08.30) until Friday 9th March 2018 (13.00 approx finish) local times
The course and materials will be in English
The cost of the 5 day course will be £3200 per attendee. This will cover the training, course materials, all meals and refreshments during the course sessions and transport to the facilities from the nominated hotel. Attendees should cover their own transport and accommodation and all meals outside of the course sessions
JIG have liaised with Indian Oil/Skytanking and we will communicate a preferred hotel at a negotiated rate for attendees. We will arrange transport from this hotel daily to the airport facilities. Attendees may stay at another hotel of their choice but should arrange transport to the preferred hotel or direct to the airport facilities in time for all sessions
If you would like to book a place on this course (places are limited), please complete (as fully as possible) the required Application Form, linked to the requirements below, and return to:
Expected Background/Experience for attendance will be:
- Good spoken and written English
- A formal engineering qualification from a university or technical college is preferable and relevant field experience within the petroleum industry
- A thorough knowledge of aviation fuel specifications and aircraft fuelling operations
- A basic understanding of the test methods and their relevance to fuel performance and handling
Additionally, they shall have relevant experience in one or more of the following areas:
- Design or manufacture of aviation fuel handling equipment
- Fuel handling facilities such as airport depots or upstream terminals
- Aircraft fuelling operations
- Inspection of aviation facilities for a JIG Member Company
Nominations should be submitted no later than 28th July 2017. Successful applicants will be contacted shortly after the closing date with additional information and requirements for the course (subject to VISA approval).