Commission Regulation EC 1321/2014 Annex I (Part-M) specifies that an aircraft owner or operator is responsible for the continuing airworthiness of its aircraft.
Subpart G focuses on the specific obligations of the Continuous Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) to manage the Airworthiness Process.
Subpart I identifies the specific obligation to ensure the Airworthiness of the aircraft through the performance of the Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC) process.
The UAE CAR Part M fully describes the above requirements in respect of UAE Aircraft. In the case of large aircraft, not engaged in Commercial Air Transport (CAT), this activity may be contracted to an approved Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO).
SAS Training is extremely practical and focuses on the understanding of the knowledge and skills required to understand fully Subpart G & I with specific attention given to Subpart G (CAMO) and Subpart I (Airworthiness Review Certificates) and its Guidance Material.
This course is focused and stimulating, very practical, and participation is encouraged. It is ideally suited to Leasing Company Personnel, Accountable Managers, Post Holders Maintenance Management Staff, and Quality Personnel.
Who is the course for?
The course is made for professionals who are involved in aircraft maintenance management or oversight. The course is relevant for individuals working in regulatory authorities, aircraft operators, maintenance organizations, or anyone responsible for ensuring compliance with the CAR (Civil Aviation Requirements) and EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) regulations related to maintenance.
What is the Benefit of this Training –What will I learn?
a) Achieve a solid understanding related to Subpart G Continued Airworthiness Management (CAM) and Subpart I Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC)
b) Be able to demonstrate Part M Functionality and avoid or mitigate problems
c) Appreciate the difference between Full ARCs and Reviews
d) A detailed understanding of the PART M Quality System –The difference between QA & QC Roles and responsibilities
e) Be able to use the regulation to proactively manage the Continuing
Airworthiness (CA) of your aircraft.
f) Understand the activities which support the analysis of Safety Data including SBs and ADs
g) Understand the purpose of STCs and how they are integrated into the maintenance Program
h) Understand the roles and responsibilities within the various CAMO groups including Reliability, Technical Records, Engineering, & Maintenance Planning
Detailed content / Topics (the following subjects will be addressed)
– Regulatory Framework
– Continuous Airworthiness – The Role of CAR M
– Contract & Subcontract Management
– Organisations Approval Ratings
– Managing Competencies in a Part M Environment
– SMS Introduction
– Subpart A – General
– Subpart B – Accountability
– Subpart C – Continuing Airworthiness
– Subpart D – Maintenance Standards
– Subpart E – Components
– Subpart F – Maintenance Organisation Approval
– Subpart G – Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation
– Subpart H – Certificate of Release to Service
– Subpart I – Airworthiness Review Introduction
– Detailed review of CAR M Subpart G ARC Management Processes
– Detailed review of ARC training and Qualification Process
– Arc Staff Nominated Form 4 Holder responsibilities
– Subpart I Quality Processes
– Part 4 Airworthiness Review Procedures
– Performing an ARC including both Documentation Review and Physical
– Related management of EASA-approved Mods and Repairs
This interactive and practical course is specifically designed for:
Post holders CAMO & Maintenance, Quality Managers and Auditors, Technical & Planning CAMO staff, and other interested stakeholders who have a need for Continuing Airworthiness Management knowledge. It will also be of benefit to legal representatives who need to have an effective understanding as well as to serve as a refresher to any Operators and Maintenance Organisations.
Participants must possess a general knowledge of aviation maintenance regulations. Knowledge of the EU/EASA Part-M requirements is also advantageous.
The course considers the requirements of ICAO Annex 8, EU Basic Regulation 216/2008, and EC Regulation EC 2042/2003.
It will give delegates an overview of CAR M Subpart G & I implementation and how to avoid potential problems.
The course will also provide a thorough understanding of the Role of CAR M in all jurisdictions managed by a GCAA Regulatory environment, In particular the role of Contract and Subcontract organizations.
2 Days – To commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call +359 28210806