Airworthiness and Maintenance Programmes
6-Week Online Course
In-house Presentation and Blended Learning Options for Organizations
The operator is responsible for determining what maintenance is required, when it has to be performed and by whom and to what standard, in order to ensure the continued airworthiness of the aircraft being operated. Part of this responsibility is achieved by the aircraft being maintained to an approved programme.
Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Attend This Unique Course.
- Get up to 2 hours of Personal Instructor feedback / interaction over 6 weeks
- Online, In-house and Blended Learning Delivery Options
- Proven course with High Ratings from past participants
- Gain Hard Copy Certificate of Completion by Courier
- Weekly Activities, Q&A Forums and Exercises for Maximum Retention of Knowledge
- Quality Managers
- Quality Auditors
- Internal Auditors
- Compliance Officers
- Quality Controllers
- Safety Managers
- Risk Managers
- Airworthiness Managers
- SMS Managers
- Surveillance Officers
- Engineering Managers
- Technical Services Managers
- Maintenance Managers
- Airworthiness Inspectors
- CAMO Managers
- Operations Managers
- MRO Professionals
- Production Planners
- Quality Inspectors
- Technical Records Managers
Understanding where the programme and tasks come from and how they are established is important when managing the programme as an operator or owner. The compliance monitoring department personnel also need to have this knowledge to ensure the operator’s responsibilities are fulfilled.
Knowing which tasks can’t be changed and those which can, through an analysis process will aid in optimising the programme for more effective and lower cost maintenance programmes.
Week 1: Presentations
Presentation 1 – Airworthiness and Regulations
- An introduction to the concept of airworthiness.
- Highlights of ICAO, FAA, EASA requirements relating to maintenance programmes.
- A general explanation of the certification process to help understand the source of maintenance tasks.
Participant Tasks: Read Regulation References
Week 2: Presentations
Presentation 2 – Maintenance tasks derived from certification
- How the certification process determines the Systems and Structures maintenance tasks.
- Airworthiness Limitations, CMRs, Fuel Airworthiness Limitations, CPCP, etc.
Participant Tasks: Read Regulation References CS 25
Exercise 1: Investigate Systems Safety Analysis
Week 3: Presentations
Presentation 3 – Maintenance tasks derived from MSG-3 analysis
An overview of the MSG logic processes for Systems, Structures, Zonal and EZAP and the relationship between the Maintenance Review Board Report and the operator’s programme.
Participant Tasks: Review MSG document, PPH
Week 4: Exercises
Presentation 4 – Exercise description and explanation
Exercise 2: Perform MSG-3 analysis
Week 5: Exercises
Presentation 5 – Operator Maintenance Programmes
- The detailed content of an operator’s maintenance programme and how it relates to the previous subjects. A look at the management of effectiveness, reliability and getting the programme approved by the regulator.
- Considerations and responsibilities for an operator with an ageing aircraft fleet.
Exercise 3: Example MP using checklist
Participant Tasks: Review EASA Part M appendix, FAA AC’s and own national guidance
Week 6: Exercises
Presentation 6 – Related aspects
- Addition of aircraft to the programme and alignment checks.
- Short term amendments for operational needs and variations.
- Programme optimisation for more reliable and cost effective maintenance.
- Engine off wing work scoping.
- Low utilisation programmes.
Exercise 4: Review one of own programmes and identify sources of different tasks and how well the program is compliant
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