Maintenance programme is a document containing the maintenance requirements/tasks that needs to be carried out on an aircraft in order to ensure its continuing airworthiness. The maintenance programme must be produced for each aircraft type by the Operator (AOC Holder) and subsequently approved by the Competent Authority. The maintenance programme is initially developed based on the Maintenance Review Board Report (MRBR) and Maintenance Planning Document (MPD). The operator develops the maintenance programme and implements the maintenance schedule to suit its own operations.
This course is developed to provide a solid basis for those who manage, supervise and administer large aeroplane Maintenance Programmes. The participant will gain the knowledge to develop and effectively manage the respective Maintenance Programme(s).
Personnel familiar with Part-M regulation, Maintenance programme and reliability Engineers, Postholder maintenance in the CAMO, Airline Auditor, Compliance Monitoring staff.
- Introduction to the international standards and regulations
- Design Related Scheduled Maintenance Requirements
- Maintenance Steering Group Analysis
- In-Service Management of Maintenance Programmes
- Reliability Programmes
Introduction to the international standards and regulations: The regulatory structure in the States relating to maintenance programmes based on European regulations; and continuing airworthiness management of an aircraft. Design Related Scheduled Maintenance Requirements: The development of scheduled checks and inspections necessary to maintain the type certification standard of the product, including the ALI’s /CMR’s /AD’s etc. Maintenance Steering Group Analysis: The principles of the MSG-2 and MSG-3 philosophy. Understanding the maintenance and inspection standards necessary to the economic viability as well as the essential airworthiness of the aircraft. In-Service Management of Maintenance Programmes: Guidance in the airworthiness management task to review the effectiveness of the maintenance programme on a regular basis: MRB/MPD, Sampling programs, Maintenance Scheduling Concepts (Block/Equalized/Flexible). Customisation of the Maintenance programme, Bridging checks and low utilisation maintenance programme and Escalations. Reliability Programmes: Highlights on the principle characteristics of effective reliability programmes, the management and interpretation of the programmes associated with effective data management.
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