15 days
*** Fees are subject to change. Students will be notified of the actual course fees when they are issued the Letter of Acceptance.

Embakasi Campus
Course Description

The Government Safety Inspector (GSI) Training Programme has been developed in order to ensure a high-level of quality and standardization in the training of government safety inspectors globally as pertaining to Approved Maintenance Organizations.

This 15-day course, designed for airworthiness inspectors, covers the basic concepts and steps involved in certificating an approved maintenance organization and an air transport operator. Participants will be taught the five-phase certification process based upon ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) and Model Civil Aviation Regulations (MCARs).

Entry Requirements
  • Proficiency in English language.
  • Meet requirements for Aircraft Maintenance Engineer/Technician/Mechanic (AME) License as specified in Annex 1.
What You Will Learn

At the end of the course the participant will be able to:


  • Evaluate a Perspective Operators Pre-Assessment Statement Form.
  • Identify Pre-Application Meeting Objectives.
  • Review a mock AMO formal application and identify formal application meeting objectives.
  • Evaluate portions of an applicant’s Maintenance Procedures Manuals (MPM)and identify unacceptable errors.
  • Evaluate an applicant’s training curriculum and determine if initial approval can be granted.
  • Evaluate the results of a main base inspection and determine inspector actions.
  • Complete a mock AMO certificate and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)and identify items that must be included in the certification report. Evaluate narrative and reference statements.
  • Evaluate and excerpt from a mock operator’s Maintenance Control Manual.
  • Evaluate a mock operator’s proposed Minimum Equipment List (MEL)and identify Configuration Design Limitations(CDL).
Who Should Attend

This course is suitable for Civil Aviation Inspectors, Government Agencies, Airworthiness Inspectors and Maintenance Personnel and Airline Pilots.