Corrosion Prevention and Control Programme (CPCP) is a systematic approach to prevent and to control corrosion in the Aircraft’s Primary Structure. Such programs are needed because existing maintenance and inspection programmes may not provide comprehensive, systematic measures to prevent and control corrosion. A CPCP consists of a basic corrosion inspection task, task areas, defined corrosion levels, and compliance times (implementation thresholds and repeat intervals). A CPCP is intended to control the detrimental effects of corrosion and the resulting airplane structural material loss, prolonging the structural integrity of the aircraft.
This course is designed for maintenance safety inspectors. The course helps inspectors develop skills and knowledge important in evaluating, auditing, and conducting surveillance of corrosion prevention and control programmes (CPCP). Course content includes a discussion of CPCP background and origin, scientific aspects of corrosion; CPCP structure and methods of implementation; and inspector audit and surveillance activities related to CPCP.
Personnel involved in Aircraft Structure, Continuing Airworthiness Management, Maintenance inspectors and Certifying Engineers.
- Corrosion Mechanics
- Protection against corrosion
- Maintenance Inspection Programmes
- Corrosion Control Programmes
- Non-destructive inspection techniques for corrosion
- Identify and Reporting Corrosion Levels
- Damage Assessment and Evaluating Corrosion
- In-service issues
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Reliability and Approved Maintenance Program (AMP) Effectiveness
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