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What is the difference between the IOSA Auditor Training (IAT) and the Aviation Auditor Training (AAT)?

The AAT is a basic training course in which you will gain relevant and profound quality assurance knowledge. You will be a "Certified Aviation Auditor" after you have successfully completed the exam. This enables you to work as an internal aviation auditor.

The IAT is an advanced and standardised training course by IATA. You are trained in IOSA auditing techniques including the use of the IOSA checklists as well as interpretation of the IOSA standards. This course enables you to work as an auditor for an Audit Organisation (AO). You must have successfully participated in the AAT or a similar course to attend the IAT. After you passed the written examination, you will be certified as an "IOSA Auditor" by IATA .

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What is the difference between the Aviation Auditor Training (AAT) and the Aviation Auditor Recurrent Training (AART) and Aviation Lead Auditor Training (ALAT)

The AAT is a basic auditor training course. You will gain relevant and profound quality assurance knowledge and after you have successfully passed the exam you will be certified a "Certified Aviation Auditor".

The AART / ALAT is an advanced training course. It forms a logical sequence after our basic Aviation Auditor Training (AAT) and supports you in improving your skills, enhancing your efficiency and strengthening your auditing techniques. You are also trained in Lead Auditor tasks. After you have successfully passed the exam, you will be a "Certified Aviation Lead Auditor".

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What is the difference between the IOSA Auditor Training (IAT) and the IOSA Airline Auditor Training?

The IAT is an advanced and standardised training course by IATA. You are trained in IOSA auditing techniques including the use of the IOSA checklists as well as interpretation of the IOSA standards. This course enables you to work as an auditor for an Audit Organisation (AO). You must have successfully participated in the AAT or a similar course to attend the IAT. After you passed the written examination, you will be certified as an "IOSA Auditor" by IATA .
 
The IOSA Airline Auditor Training (according to ORG 3.4.13) is based on the IOSA Auditor Training. It covers the same contents, but you will not be certified by IATA. You will be able to work as an internal auditor and prepare your airline for the IOSA Audit. Moreover you will understand how the IOSA Audit Programme is built up and the way how IOSA Auditors assess IOSA requirements (ISARPs). The training course also includes comprehensive elements of how to understand the Enhanced IOSA concept.

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