Mr Holmes teaches as an Adjunct Professor for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University at the College of Aeronautics - Worldwide for Undergrad and Graduate Learners. Subjects taught are: General Aeronautics and Applications, Aircraft Electrical Systems and Theory, Airframe Structures and Applications, Powerplant Theory and Applications, Aircraft Propulsion Systems and Applications, Aircraft Accident Investigation, Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology, Human Factors in Aviation Safety, Corporate Aviation Management, Aircraft Accident Structure Failures, Aviation/Aerospace R&D Innovation, and Aviation Safety Programs (SMS).
Mr. Holmes has THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS of combined experience both as a military leader and corporate business executive. He is a former Vice President of Three Aviation Maintenance and Repair Overhaul (MRO) companies with documented success and achievements in leading, managing, and training diverse multi-million dollar businesses both overseas and in the United States.
Executive Leadership member with decision-making authority, lead the effective achievement of the Quality, Safety, ACE, EHSMS, and SMS departmental objectives. Lead the effective oversight of the Quality Management System (QMS) while developing adequate safety performance measures and systems to ensure compliance with AS 9110 and all relevant industry standards; to include oversight of our CAR 145 Operation according to the local regulatory governing body (GCAA
Rates are based on the student's level of learning, travel time, and preparation of learning material.
His Formal Education:
• Doctorate Business Administration, Strategy and Innovation, Capella University (USA)
• Master Business Administration, (w/Honors) Management of Engineering &
Technology, Northcentral University (USA)
• Master of Aeronautical Science, (w/Distinction), Aviation/Aerospace Operations &
Safety System Managament, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (USA)
• Bachelor of Aeronautical Science, Aeronautics (w/Minor in Aviation Business
Administration), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (USA)
A certified Lean Master & Six Sigma Executive Master Black Belt while working for GE Aviation. A graduate of Leading Change and Organizational Renewal from Harvard Business School, he has attended several FAA Courses to include: Aircraft Alterations & Repair, Procedures for Air Operators Certification (Airworthiness), Safety Management System (SMS) Theory & Application, Certification & Surveillance of Part 145 Repair Station, SOFEMA Aviation Services Managing Competence in a EASA Part 145 Environment; Kaplan & North Balance Scorecard Workshop, GE Aviation Developing Business Leaders, and a licensed FAA Part 65 Airman Certification (Airframes & Powerplants Technician).
He has proven success in enabling organizations to achieve their operational and productivity initiatives. His breadth of experience encompasses: project methodology development, core business practices and process improvements, achieving performance targets, strategic planning and execution, problem solving, streamlining operational procedures, unique ability to define an organization’s critical to quality needs and analyze data to establish and deliver value-added solutions that impact gains to the bottom-line. Mr. Holmes is adept at coaching, motivating, team building, facilitation workout, and mentoring others to win support for ambitious program goals that create and drive high productivity. He is an independent and impartial change agent for aviation quality management systems under EASA Part 145/FAA 14 CFR Part 135/145 organizations.
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