EASA Part-66 is a common European aircraft maintenance license recognized in all EASA member states. The regulations define the conditions under which a maintenance engineer is authorized to release an aircraft into service after a maintenance operation.
It is important that nominated Persons, Post Holders & Executives have a solid understanding concerning the responsibilities to comply with all relevant EASA regulations relevant to the particular Organisation Approval including the management of Part 66 licensed Aircraft Engineers
On the basis of the Maintenance Engineers Licence, together with a satisfactory demonstration of competency and knowledge of organizational procedures, the personal authorization document is issued by an approved Part-145 organization.
The conditions required are defined by minimum education requirements (school and college certificates, language competency, etc) as well as type rating qualifications for the relevant aircraft or particular tasks.
This Two-day course provides delegates with an insight into the requirements of the regulation. Whilst the course is aimed specifically at, stakeholders as well as those with limited Part 66 knowledge, who nevertheless require a fundamental understanding of their obligations and responsibilities.
On completion delegates shall understand and be able to explain the basic license structure together with the various categories A, B1, B2, B3 & C, how organizations can ensure that they understand and manage the process in the most effective way.
Who is this course for?
It is Maintenance Training Managers, Quality Assurance Managers, Accountable Managers, and Form 4 Post Holders.
What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?
a) Gain an understanding of the regulatory framework that governs aircraft maintenance personnel certification.
b) Learn about the requirements for obtaining and maintaining an EASA Part 66 license, including the different license categories, modules, and subcategories.
c) Understand the different systems found on aircraft, including electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems, and how they are maintained. Different maintenance practices, including scheduled maintenance, unscheduled maintenance, and troubleshooting.
d) Human Factors: Participants will gain an understanding of Human Factors, Aviation Legislation, and Quality Management.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
– Part 66 Definitions
– Introduction to ICAO / EASA Regulatory Environment
– Commission Regulation (EC) 1321/2014 including a detailed review of the Regulations associated with Part 147 & Part 66
– EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License Considering the Basics – Category Introduction
– Commission Regulation (EC) 1149 / 2011
– EASA Regulation Part 66 Introduction
– General Notes Concerning EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licence
– EASA Part 66 – The Application Process
– Part EASA Part 66.A.20 – Privileges
– Part 66.A.25 Basic Knowledge Requirements
– 66.A.30 Basic Experience Requirements
– 66.A.40 Continued Validity of the Aircraft Maintenance License
– Completing the Practical Experience Logbook
– Part 66 Examination Requirements and notes related to Examination by the Competent Authority
– AMC’s To Appendices To Part 66
The course will also be of particular interest to Maintenance Training Managers, Quality Assurance Managers, Accountable Managers and Form 4 Post Holders.
No previous knowledge is assumed and this course is suitable for entry-level.
– To understand in detail the European Aircraft Maintenance Engineers EASA Part 66 License System.
– To consider the basic license structure together with the various categories A, B1, B2, B3 & C
– To understand the relationship between Part 66 License and Organization Approval processes where the license may be used to certify directly.
– To understand a best practice that may be employed in managing the Part 66 process.
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2 days – Each training day will start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00 with appropriate refreshment breaks.
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