CAR & Part M Subparts C, G & I – 3 Days


The primary purpose of this training is to focus on the specific needs of the “ARC” Airworthiness Review Staff. To provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part M in all jurisdictions managed by an EASA or GCAA Regulatory environment, in particular the specific obligations of the “ARC” signatory.

To consider the working of the Part M Regulatory Structure and to enable a full understanding of the operator’s responsibilities, contracted arrangements, Subpart G responsibilities. To provide a full understanding of the new regulations relating to C of A’s and ARCs. It looks in detail at required procedures, responsibilities and tasks.

The training considers many concern of the typical issues Including – Back to Birth Records, Importing an Aircraft, Maintenance Program Considerations, Modification Status, LLP and Form 1’s or equivalent.

The training is very practical with numerous examples, which are intended to give a workable perspective of how to apply the knowledge that they gain in the workplace and to satisfy the needs of the Accountable Manager responsible for EU Operators, Maintenance Post Holders, Quality Managers and Part 145 maintenance organisations wishing to gain Part M Subpart G approval.

The EASA Part M – CAR M Differences will also be covered in this training.

The Training consists of 3 days theory and 1 day practical.

Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be Addressed during 3 days Theory

– Abbreviations
– Basic Introduction to EASA regulations and Part M plus Subparts
– Contract & Subcontract Management
– Organisations Approval Ratings
– Managing Competencies in a Part M Environment
– Areas of Interest Concerning Aircraft Import / Export
– Part M Subpart B Accountability
– Part M Subpart C Continuing Airworthiness

  • CAR M 301 Continuing Airworthiness Tasks
  • CAR M 302 Aircraft Maintenance Program
  • CAR M 303 Airworthiness Directives
  • CAR M 304 Data for Modifications and Repairs
  • CAR M 305 Aircraft Continuing Airworthiness Record System
  • CAR M 306 Operators Technical Log System
  • CAR M 307 Transfer of Aircraft Continuing Airworthiness Records

– Part M Subpart D – Maintenance Standards
– Part M Subpart E Components
– Part M Subpart F Maintenance Organisation Approval
– Part M Subpart G Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation
– Overview of Subpart G CAMO Organisation requirements and responsibilities

  • CAR M 704 CAME
  • CAR M 706 Personnel requirements
  • CAR M 707 Airworthiness Review Staff
  • CAR M 708 Continuing Airworthiness Management
  • CAR M 709 Documentation
  • CAR M 710 Airworthiness Review
  • CAR M 712 Quality System

– Part M Subpart H Certificate of Release to Service
– Understanding the Role of the ARC
– Subpart I – Airworthiness Review Introduction
– Review of Subpart G ARC Management Process
– Review of ARC Training and Qualification Process
– ARC Staff Nominated Form 4 Holder Responsibilities
– Subpart I Quality Processes
– CAMO Part 4 Airworthiness Review Procedures
– Performing an ARC including Documentation Review & Physical Inspection
– Related Management of EASA approved Mods & Repairs

Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects may be Addressed during 1 day Practical

The following may be carried out using either organisation specific (for in company training) or generic procedures for open training

Part 1 – AM Session – Perform Documentation Review IAW with requirements of PART M / CAR M Subpart C, G & I (All elements of the Documentation Review will be examined to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the ideal methodology of each aspect.)

Part 2 – PM Session – Perform Physical Review of Aircraft IAW with requirements of PART M / CAR M Subpart C, G & I (Full consideration to be given in respect of the required level of access and supporting documents to achieve the inspection i.e. Layout of the Passenger Accommodation LOPA).

Target groups

This course is aimed at UAE and EU Operators, Subpart G CAMOs, Quality Managers, CAMs, Airworthiness Review Staff, NAA staff.


A background in an aviation environment will benefit the delegate as will a basic understanding of Aviation technical terms.

Learning Objectives

To give delegates an overview of Part M, Effective Implementation and Management, together with an understanding of and methods to address significant issues.

The course introduces the delegates to the Regulatory Background associated with the performance of airworthiness review and the issue of the Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC).

During this course the Delegates will develop a fundamental understanding of the Airworthiness Review Process and conditions for the issuance of the ARC or Recommendation for the issuance of the ARC.

The course covers the requirements and conditions under which a permit to fly can be issued.


3 days – Start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks. (Theory element)

1 Day – Start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks. (Practical element)

To register for this training, please email or Call +359 (0) 2 821 08 06

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