The GA Maintenance and Airworthiness Management training course is set-up for the Combined airworthiness organisations and Maintenance Organisation. 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 (AOC Holders).
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 / organisation.
Personnel involved in GA operating aircraft other than Complex Motor-powered aircraft who do not operate under an Air Operator Certificate. That would include personnel engaged in the management of continuing airworthiness tasks; ARC staff, Quality/Compliance Managers & Engineers, Airworthiness Review Staff, Nominated Person Continuing Airworthiness, Licensed Engineers and Regulatory Staff, Flying schools and hot- air balloon maintenance and CAMO organisations.
- Introduction to the role of EASA and Continued Airworthiness in a regulatory environment
- Airworthiness and Continuing Airworthiness concepts
- EASA Part M overview, in particular Part-M(L) Subparts B, C, D, E, H and I
- Detailed review of Part-CAO and Part-M(L) Subpart I
- Practical examples of PART M(L) implementation and how to avoid potential problems and how to put in place a Part-CAO compliant organisational structure
- Interface between Part-CAO and all other subparts.
- Related management of standard changes (Modifications and Repairs) as per CS- STAN
- Nominated Persons responsibilities
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