Equip Global’s 5-day AGL Engineering & Maintenance Competence Masterclass, taking place in London, UK from 02 – 06 September 2019, provides an in-depth overview of various AGL engineering, installation, operation and maintenance aspects, procedures, tools, equipment and practices.
This training for airside maintenance and service personnel is essential in meeting the mandatory competency requirements defined in Air Navigation Orders (ANO’s) to ensure the airport’s operational performance is compliant with Standards & Practices as defined by the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) and national authorities. It will provide a progressive competency training schedule to help airport staff and technicians to meet AGL/AFL compliance needs, information and knowledge.
After attending this masterclass, you will be able to:
- Establish a typical state-of-the-art maintenance structure depending on the installed base including its functional description
- Define the roles and responsibilities of each member of the AGL maintenance team (including the competency management) and builds awareness of Health & Safety (H&S) cases, to establish a professional H&S plan
- Provide an extensive understanding of product, operation and maintenance safety
Establish practical maintenance processes related to product/systems (in terms of spare parts, tools, frequency, etc)
Key Benefits of Attending
- Know how you can ensure your airport’s operational performance is compliant with Standards & Practices defined by the International Civil Aviation Authority (ICAO) and national authorities
- Put in place an effective and sustainable design and engineering plan for your AGL/AFL system in your airport
- Understand the fundamentals of the electrical series circuit and its application to airport lighting as well as practical measurement and troubleshooting information.
- Gain knowledge of quality issues and experience regarding installation of the AGL primary and secondary circuit equipment and lighting fixtures.
- Establish a typical state-of-the-art maintenance structure depending on the installed base.
- Define the roles and responsibilities of each member of the AGL maintenance team and builds awareness of “Health & Safety” cases.
- Use of the proper tools and test equipment and the importance of accuracy when taking measurements and performing calibrations of airfield lighting circuits.
- Review major procedures that must be adhered to have a safe working environment.
- Utilize the maintenance asset to and make sure the maintenance to be timely and cost effective
Who Should Attend
Engineering staff with responsibility for the operation, installation or maintenance of AGL systems.
This course is suitable for Airfield electrical engineering personnel working on either Civil Airports or Military Airfields.
- AGL Manager/Engineer
- Maintenance Manager/Engineer
- Electrical Manager/Engineer
- Systems Manager/Engineer
- Facility Manager/Engineer
- Aerodrome and Ground Aids Engineers
- Anyone working in areas or equipment relevant to AGL