The EASA Part M Subpart F regulation, relating to the maintenance of other than complex motor-powered aircraft and aircraft not used by licenced air carriers, according to EC 1008/2008, has been amended. It has significant implications for those involved in this industry sector.
Associated with Subpart F will be the Subpart G and I elements, since the Subpart-F approved organisations can also be approved to issue Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC) for ELA-1 Aircraft. Next, the development of Aircraft Maintenance Programmes (AMP) and the process of its approval is now within reach of the Sub-F approved organisations (only applicable for ELA-2 and below).
As such, this course will enable participants to understand the relevance and inter-relationship of these three regulatory areas (Part-M –F, -G and –I) and apply a practical approach to help attendees implement the requirements in the workplace/organization.
We include mini-workshops, enabling participants to understand how to apply the regulations in practice. The training touches also (slightly) CS-STAN and its release. The course content has been specially designed to include numerous examples which will give participants a practical perspective on how to apply the knowledge gained.
The course will address the following subjects:
• Introduction to high-level applicable regulations, including the role of EASA and Continued Airworthiness in a regulatory environment.• Airworthiness and Continuing Airworthiness concepts.• EASA Part M overview, particularly Subparts B, C, D, E and H.• A detailed review of Subparts F, G and I.• Practical examples of PART M implementation and how to avoid potential problems and how to put in place a Subpart F compliant organisational structure.• Includes mini-workshops.• The interface between subpart F and all other subparts.• Related management of EASA approved changes (Modifications and Repairs), CS-STAN.• Nominated Form 4 Holder responsibilities.
Attendees receive 1 presentation book and 1 USB. The training covers the Implementing Rule EU 3121/2014 including amendments EU 2015/1088, EU 2015/1536 and EU2018/1142. Detailing EASA Part-M. The course material is a very convenient collection of relevant regulatory information for day-to-day use and reference.
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 book is used throughout the training, which eliminates the need to present the full texts from the regulation on the presentation slides. These only summarize the main points of the requirements and are based on the trainer’s knowledge of the requirements and experience in practice. Questions from the attendants and mutual discussions are encouraged, which makes the training more interactive and lively, increasing understanding and learning.
At the completion of the training, the participants receive a JAA certificate of attendance, which is highly regarded throughout the world.
All interested, especially Quality people, staff who perform the organisational review, Form Four holders and Accountable Managers.
NOTE: Participants should bring a laptop since some of the course material is provided on USB sticks.
2 days, starting at 09:00 and finishing at around 17:00.