Class Dates: March 22 - 26, 2021
This course teaches you to enforce standardized IOSA auditor results and provides competence for optimum performance.Quick View
Training in airline management; general corporate organization and management systems; and airline processes and procedures.
This course helps enforce standardized IOSA auditor results and provides competence for optimum performance.
Courses are taught by ARGUS PROS experts who have over 90 years of combined experience.
This course helps enforce standardized IOSA auditor results and provides competence for optimum performance. As one of only two IATA Endorsed Training Organizations accredited to provide the IOSA auditor training, you can feel confident in PROS unmatched experience, aviation leadership, and global footprint.
IATA requires that attendees of the IOSA Auditor Training meet certain prerequisites prior to registration. These prerequisites vary depending on whether an individual is sponsored by an Audit Organization (AO) or not.
The prerequisites for AO sponsored IOSA Auditor candidates can be found in Section 3 of the IOSA Program Manual (IPM), found on the IOSA website.
The prerequisites for individuals that are not sponsored by an AO are more relaxed. These individuals need to be sufficiently qualified and experienced in aviation and auditing so as to be capable of understanding and contributing to all course activities and exercises.
The course will be conducted on the Live Webinar platform. Each course attendee will need to register with their own email address in order to participate fully in the course. Once you’ve registered you will receive instructions to download the course app along with your login password, so you are fully prepared for the three-day experience.
Over 16 years of aviation experience
Over 35 years of aviation experience
Over 45 years of aviation experience
ARGUS is taking COVID-19 restrictions seriously. This live, in-person, class has been moved to a location that will accommodate the social distancing measures recommended by the CDC. Participants will be seated 6 feet apart and will not require masks while in session. We do ask that all participants bring a mask for breaks and group work. Hand sanitizer will be available for participants.
Yes, the course is open to the public and many attendees are from airlines and regulators looking to better understand how the IOSA Program works.
No, after passing the IAT a person must be sponsored by an Audit Organization to go through the IOSA Auditor Qualification process.
Only organization accredited and certified by IATA can deliver the IOSA Auditor Training (IAT)
ARGUS PROS utilizes only IOSA Auditors who are qualified as Lead Auditors and Evaluators to ensure the course is delivered with IOSA Audit experience and expertise.