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Stores Management & Inspection Procedures and Processes
This course has been designed to provide Stores staff and Receiving Inspectors with an understanding of key elements associated with the effective management of the Store and receiving of Parts and Appliances. It has been identified that Stores and its staff does not get the required priority in the orgaisations. There for the intent of the course is to provide the participants knowledge and practical tools to understand and implement effective procedures. During the course practical examples will be provided. Even though the course is based on EU regulation, the knowledge can be applied on other regulations and military requirements.
The benefits of attending the course are:
1. To develop the attendees' understanding of Airworthiness and Certification principles necessary for receiving parts.
2. To enable delegates to review the problems associated with the organisation of the stores
3. To increase the overall logistics effectiveness of the production and maintenance organisations
The following subjects will be addressed:
· EU Regulatory structure and EASA;
· Basic principles of Airworthiness;
· Responsibilities in the supply chain;
· Relevant Part 21 Subpart-G requirements;
· Relevant Part 145 and Part M requirements;
· Assessments of Certification Documents
o EASA Form 1
o FAA 8130-3
o FAA PMA
· Stores Procedures
· ESD Control
The objectives of the course are:
• A detailed practical understanding of the relevant regulations with respect to Aviation Stores.
• To provide a regulatory and industry perspective for staff involved in Aircraft Stores Management and Incoming Goods Inspection.
• Understanding of basic principles of airworthiness and Airworthiness Certificates
• Practical knowledge to develop procedures to use in Stores and Incoming Goods Inspection.
• Risks and controls associated with suspected unapproved parts.
• Risks and controls for ESD
Who should take this course
· Quality Auditor
· Incoming Goods inspectors
· Defence Audit personal
· Compliance Monitoring staff
· CAA surveyors
· Staff involved in purchasing and stores
None required, however some knowledge of Part 21 or Part 145 is similar national regulation is recommended.
2 days, starting at 9:00 on day 1, ending at approximately 17:00 on day 2.