7Introduction of participants The 5 W’sWho are you ?What is your preferred name in class?Where do you work?What is your job title, andWhat are your main responsibilities?Why are you attending this course?Please define your expectations
8Part II – Course goals, concept, contents and structure SMS course introductionPart II – Course goals, concept, contents and structure
9Course goalsThe goals of the ICAO Safety Management Systems (SMS) Course are to:provide participants knowledge of safety management concepts and ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) on safety management in Annexes1, 6, 8, 11, 13 and 14, and related guidance material; anddevelop participants’ knowledge to accept and oversee the key components of an SMS, including their implementation, and the establishment of the State safety programme (SSP) in compliance with relevant ICAO SARPs.
12Safety Management System Course structure Module 1 SMS course introductionModule 2Basic safety conceptsModule 3 Introduction to safety managementModule 4HazardsModule 5RisksModule 6SMS regulationModule 7Introduction to SMSModule 8SMS planningModule 9SMS operationModule 10Phased approach to SSP and SMS ImplementationModule 10Phased approach to SSP and SMS ImplementationManagementSystemModule 8SMS planningModule 9SMS operationModule 5RisksModule 6SMS regulationModule 7Introduction to SMSModule 1SMS course introductionModule 2Basic safety conceptsModule 3 Introduction to safety managementModule 4Hazards
13Part III – Administrative information SMS course introductionPart III – Administrative information
14Housekeeping Punctuality Phones No smoking Participation Data forms CertificatesDocumentation
15Documentation – Three valuable resources The CD-ROM with background informationICAO Manuals and CircularsDocumentation from CASA, FAA, TC and UKCAAVarious forms and examplesThe ICAO Safety management System (SMS) websiteThe ICAO flight safety information exchange website
17Part IV – Evaluation procedures SMS course introductionPart IV – Evaluation procedures
18Evaluation procedures Overall course evaluationEvaluation of participants’ performance
191. Overall course evaluation A form for course evaluation will be provided the last day of the course.You will be asked to complete this form to provide ICAO feedback on:All course’s activitiesThe instructorsWays and means to improve the training.
202. Evaluation of participants’ performance Daily progress evaluationA final evaluation test of one hour duration will be administered on the last day of the course.The evaluation test includes twenty (20) questions of multiple choice answers.Minimum pass mark: 70%
212. Evaluation of participants’ performance Objectives of the final evaluation:verify that participants have understood the planning, implementation and operation of safety management systems, to be able to certify and oversee the SMS of service providers;have understood the importance of its relationship with the State safety programme (SSP);in accordance with ICAO requirements.