This course covers the responsibilities of a Part-M Subpart G organisation (CAMO, Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation), the content of the Continued Airworthiness Management Exposition, typical staff arrangements and qualifications, quality system, Airworthiness Review Certificate, nominated staff and the practical application of subpart G.
It will go more into depth regarding the Airworthiness Review process, especially since the latest two amendments introducing limited airworthiness reviews (Part-M subpart-I) for -145 & M Sub-F organisations. The training covers EU 1321/2014 Annex-I, amended by EU 2015/1088, EU 2015/1536 and 2018/1142 regulations.
This course is also designed for Quality Engineers, Airworthiness Review Staff, CAM’s, Licensed Engineers and Regulatory Staff and will help them understand the Part-M regulations relating to CAMO and ARCs. It looks in detail at required procedures, responsibilities and tasks.
The course content has been specially designed to include numerous examples which will give participants a practical perspective on how to apply the knowledge they gain. The training includes mini-workshops that help attendants learn to understand and apply the regulations successfully.
It is assumed that attendees will have a general understanding of Part M.
Please note that this course also covers the elements of the Part-M General course in a more detailed way.
NOTE: Participants should bring a laptop - some course material is provided on USB sticks.
The following subjects are addressed:
• Introduction to high-level applicable regulations, including the role of EASA and Continued Airworthiness in a regulatory environment• Airworthiness and Continued Airworthiness concepts• EASA Part M overview, its Subparts and Guidance Material• A detailed review of Subparts B, C, G and I including:- ARC signatory qualifications and training requirements- ARC tasks- Checklists required- Airworthiness Review Procedures required in Part 4 of CAME- Physical survey contents- Impact on QA system- Controlled environment - Validity of ARC- Aircraft transfer processEtc.• Practical examples of Part M implementation and how to avoid potential problems• The interface between Part M and Part 145, EASA OPS and Part 21• Related management of EASA approved Mods and Repairs• Nominated Form 4 Holder responsibilities
The course content has been specially designed to include numerous examples which will give participants a practical perspective on how to apply the knowledge they gain:
• Practical application of the requirement to develop the required processes and procedures for a Part-M G&I organisation;• Understanding the responsibilities as well as the tasks of the persons involved; and• Understanding the relationship between organisations and the certification authority
EASA OPS operators, Subpart G CAMOs, Quality Managers, CAMs, Airworthiness Review Staff, NAA staff.
Familiarity with relevant regulations.
2 days (starting at 09:00 and finishing at around 17:00)