CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS classroom

EASA General Aviation Maintenance and Airworthiness Management (Part-M, Part-CAO and Part-ML)

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Schiphol-Rijk Netherlands
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€ 1145.00

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Introduction

All JAA TO training courses in the field of continued airworthiness take into account the EU Regulations and the Acceptable means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM) published by EASA. Our trainers are experienced, well-respected experts in their field.

The General Aviation Maintenance and Airworthiness Management training course is set-up for the Combined airworthiness organisations. This is combined Airworthiness with Maintenance.

The course is based on EU regulation EU 1321/2014 (latest amendment), Part-M, Part-CAO and Part-ML. It addresses airworthiness management and maintenance of aircraft other than complex motor-powered aircraft and aircraft not used by licenced air carriers according to EC 1008/2008.

An important element will be applicability of Part-M, Part-CAO and Part-ML.

This course will enable participants to understand the relevance and inter-relationship of the different Parts (Part-M, Part-CAO and Part-ML), and applies a practical approach to help attendees implement the requirements in the workplace / organization.

We will be including mini-workshops, enabling participants to understand how to apply the regulations in practice. The training also (slightly) touches upon CS-STAN and its release.

The course content has been specially designed to include numerous examples which will give participants a practical perspective of how to apply the knowledge they gain.

Participants receive the presentation materials as well as a USB stick containing content used in the course for reference and daily use. The course materials cover the requirements of Part-M, Part-CAO, Part-ML and the corresponding AMC material. It offers a very convenient collection of up-to-date regulatory information for day-to-day use and reference.

The course material is used throughout the training, which eliminates the need to present the full texts from the regulation on the presentation slides. The slides summarize the main points of the requirements and are based on the trainer’s knowledge of the requirements and experience in practice. Participants are encouraged to ask questions and engage in discussions, which makes the training more interactive and livelier. This further increases understanding and learning.

 

Course Content

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, in particular Part-M (and ML) Subparts B, C, D, E, H and I
  • Detailed review of Part-CAO and Part-M (ML) Subpart I
  • Practical examples of PART M/-ML implementation and how to avoid potential problems and how to put in place a Part-CAO compliant organisational structure
  • Includes mini-workshops
  • Interface between Part-CAO and all other subparts.
  • Related management of EASA approved changes (Modifications and Repairs), CS-STAN
  • Nominated Form 4 Holder responsibilities


Attendees receive the presentation materials. This summarizes the main points of the requirements and is based on the trainer’s knowledge of the requirements and experience in practice. Active participation from the attendants is encouraged.

After full completion of the training, the participants receive a JAA TO Certificate of Attendance, which is highly regarded throughout the world.

Learning Objectives

The course content has been specially designed to include numerous examples which will give participants a practical perspective of how to apply the knowledge they gain.

Who should take this course

  • General Aviation Organisations involved in maintenance and/or continuing airworthiness
  • Quality / Compliance people
  • Staff who perform the organisational review
  • Form 4 holders and Accountable Managers
  • Flying clubs, hot-air balloon maintenance and CAMO organisations
  • All involved in General Aviation operating aircraft other than Complex Motor-Powered aircraft and who do not operate under AUC (licensed Air Carrier EC 1008/2008)

Pre-requisites

To prepare for the course, it would be helpful if you are familiar with the text of EU 1321/2014 Regulations.

Participants are kindly requested to bring a laptop to the course to access course material which will only be provided in electronic format.

Duration

2 days, starting at 09:00 and finishing at around 16:30.

Locations & Dates
JAA TO Schiphol-Rijk, NL Netherlands
Dates not yet confirmed
€ 1145.00

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