The EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. It must be managed and staffed by trained and competent staff.
The Stores Inspector is located at the very first point of entry for material coming into the organisation.
It is essential that the Stores Inspector has a comprehensive awareness of all elements of the Stores Inspection Activities.
The course meets the intent of IOSA (MNT – The Operator shall ensure each maintenance organisation that performs maintenance for the Operator has a training programme that provides for initial and continuation training for receiving inspectors) and Part 145 Stores Inspection competency training.
Who is this training for?
It is for anyone requiring a detailed awareness of EASA Part 145 Stores Inspection Process
The course will be of interest to New Entrants in Stores & Logistics wishing to understand the regulations related to Stores Inspection
The Course will also benefit Quality Audit Staff to raise a detailed awareness to support the audit process.
What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?
This training is designed to cover all elements which are essential to the incoming goods inspection process.
This in depth 2day training is designed to provide attendees with: A detailed practical understanding of the requirements to perform the Role of Stores Inspector.
a) Understand the processes which drive effective incoming inspection.
b) Be able to explain the regulations which cover both EASA Part 145 & EASA Part M related to the Incoming Acceptance and Certification of Aviation Parts and Material.
Logistics Process for staff involved in Stores Receipt Inspection.
c) Understand the process of managing documentation related to airworthiness and Receipt Certification principles.
d) Understand the principles of Electrostatic Inspection.
e) Review the problems associated with the suspect and bogus parts EASA / FAA
Why Should I choose SAS for the training?
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What Makes SAS Approved EASA Stores Inspector Training – Initial – 2 Days Different?
Because our courses are written by people who have lived through the regulations, from the introduction in the early 90’s as JAR145 through to the transfer to EASA 145 in 2003. EASA Part 145 is a one of the most mature regulations coming from the EASA Stable.
At Sofema Aviation Services our focus is on accepting that compliance with EASA Regulations is in fact minimum compliance. Interpreting the regulations in a way which enables the development and optimisation of our business is where we should see opportunity to drive efficiencies and cost saving.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed –
– Frequently Asked Questions
– Regulatory Background
– Parts Manufacturing Authority PMA / EPA
– Managing Stores Inspector Competence – Roles & Responsibilities
– Difference Between – FAA Parts Manufacturing Approval (PMA) & FAA Supplemental Type certificate (STC) Parts?
– Authorized Release Certificates
– How does the Quality System work in the Stores Environment
– Setting up an EASA Compliant Store Tool Stores and Calibration Criteria
– Acceptance of Components as per Part M Subpart E
– Dual/Triple Certifications
– Receiving inspection techniques (components, consumables, requiring special attention: engines, LG, etc)
– Stores Receipt Guidance Documentation Review
– Airworthiness Directives FAA /EASA
– The role of Engineering Technical Services – Service Bulletins (SB)
– Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) and Configuration Control
– TSO / ETSO Introduction
– Electro Static Discharge Sensitive – ESDS
– The problem of Bogus Parts
– Life Limited Components and Configuration Control
– Return to Service of Aircraft Items Recovered from Aircraft Involved in Accidents/Incidents
The course is designed for Personnel who are required to manage or operate a store or who are required to accept material into a Store Training Department and other Managers and Quality Audit staff will also benefit from attendance at this course.
A background in an aviation maintenance environment is an advantage.
Learning Objectives –
To provide attendees with:
A detailed practical understanding of the EASA Regulatory Requirements to Manage and Develop an Aviation Store.
To develop a detailed understanding of the various process and procedures for staff involved in Stores Management and Receipt Inspection.
Provide the attendees with an understanding of airworthiness and Receipt Certification principles including Electrostatic Inspection.
How to develop your own local procedures for use in Stores and Goods Inspection areas.
To review the problems associated with bogus parts where to verify status. The trainee shall demonstrate an understanding the subjects covered and Practical receipt challenges.
2 Days – Start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
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