Inspection in aviation is mainly visual, typically comprising 80% of all inspection activities and Visual Inspection forms a vital part of the many available Non-Destructive Inspection (NDI) techniques where the inspector must visually assess an image of the area inspected.
Visual inspection is of the greatest importance to aviation reliability, for airframes, power plants and systems. Performed correctly it can detect a variety of defects, from cracks and corrosion to lose fasteners, ill-fitting doors, wear or stretching in control cables as well as damaged components.
The Maintenance process has come a long way over the last decades – however, the success of the entire process is dependent on the ability of the maintenance staff not just to perform inspections in the best way but to understand why they are performing inspections. (the criteria by which the object is being measured! (It is this knowledge which makes the difference and makes you into an effective inspector)
Aircraft Inspection is quite possibly one of the most important tasks that you as a certifying engineer will perform. The purpose of this training is to raise awareness regarding best practice and appropriate considerations when performing a range of maintenance inspections. the course considers best practice Inspection Techniques for Airframes, Engines & Structure as well as to consider the different forms of corrosion which are typically found, Fuel System Microbiological Contamination is also considered.
Who is the course for?
145 Production Planning Staff, 145 Maintenance Inspection Staff, CAMO and Maintenance Planning Staff, CAMO & 145 Quality Assurance Staff, CAMO & 145 Safety System Staff, Maintenance Management Staff, Other Stakeholders, and Engineering Training Staff.
What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?
-The purpose of this 2-Day Course is to provide an overview of best practice aircraft maintenance inspection techniques
-To further develop an understanding of the need for an effective aircraft maintenance inspection.
-To Provide the Aircraft Inspectors with a basic overview of factors affecting Inspection Performance
-Consider Best Practice Inspection Procedures and the potential for unidentified deterioration
-How to scan, search and identify components related to visual inspection tasks and to correctly identify and locate defects.
-How to engage with the intensive inspection programs required for older aircraft.
-Understand Inspection performance benchmarks and the determination of the relative consequences of speed/accuracy trade-offs
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
-Introduction – The Importance of Aircraft Inspection
-Airworthiness Inspection – The Role of Part 145 B1& B2 Certifier
-Introduction to MSG-3
-Considerations Related to MSG-3 Aircraft Inspection Standards
-Considering Inspection Tooling use and Maintenance & Human Factors Related to Inspection Activities
-Causes of Corrosion
-Types of Corrosion
-Corrosion Prevention Control Program CPCP Review
-How good are your Corrosion Control Assessment and Maintenance Procedures?
-Aircraft Fuel Tank Microbiological Concerns
-Considering Different types of Inspection GVI / DVI / SI
-Performing an Effective Aircraft Maintenance Inspection
-Inspection Performance & Staff Competence
-Development of Competence related to Practical Inspection Training
-Inspection Processes related to Engines
-Composite Damage Inspection and Tolerances
-General Guide to Effective Aircraft Inspection
145 Production Planning Staff, 145 Maintenance Inspection Staff, CAMO and Maintenance Planning Staff, CAMO & 145 Quality Assurance Staff, CAMO & 145 Safety System Staff, Maintenance Management Staff, Other Stakeholders, and Engineering Training Staff
This is not an entry-level course and typically assumes as a minimum the completion of an Aviation Maintenance Training as well as a background in an aviation maintenance environment. Typically attendees will be either Part 66 LAEs or in the process of obtaining a Part 66 License
To provide a detailed understanding of the best practice aircraft maintenance inspection techniques in a relevant and practical way.
To develop a detailed awareness regarding the need for effective aircraft maintenance inspection in all areas of Maintenance including Airframe, Engines, and Structure.
What do People Say about Sofema Aviation Services Training?
“The instructor used the right words to explain the material.”
“The discussions among the group were very beneficial.”
“The instructor showed a very resourceful background and experience.”
“All sections of the course were related to my field.”
“Adequate answers were given to specific questions.”
2 Days – The training day will start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00 with appropriate refreshment breaks.
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