EASA Part CAMO Implementation Date – 24 March 2020
Following the Implementation Date – each aircraft must follow either Part-M or Part-ML standard, and any person or organisation involved in continuing airworthiness must comply with Part-M, or Part-ML or both, depending on the scope of activities (related type(s) of aircraft and operation(s)).
Note – In accordance with Article 4 of Regulation (EU) 1321/2014 as amended, after 24 September 2021, there should be no more Part-M Subpart F and Part-M Subpart G organisations.
Annex Vc Part-CAMO
Continuing airworthiness management organisation (all types of aircraft types and operation).
Existing Part M Subpart G Approvals are being designated as ‘Part-M Subpart G’ (Part-MG’)
What is the Difference between Part-CAO & Part CAMO?
Part – CAMO provides requirements for Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO): compared with Part-M Subpart G organisation, the main difference is the introduction of SMS principles.
Part – CAO provides a new set of requirements for Combined Airworthiness Organisation: such organisation may perform CAMO activities or Maintenance Organisation activities, or both, but limited to non-complex aircraft not used by a licenced air carrier.
The primary purpose of this training is to provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Annex Vc Part-CAMO in all jurisdictions managed by an EASA Regulatory environment. To introduce delegates to the working of the Part M Regulatory Structure and to enable a full understanding of the operator’s responsibilities & contracted arrangements, To provide a full understanding of the new regulations relating to Safety Management Systems (SMS) It looks in detail at required procedures, responsibilities and tasks.
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, Continuing Airworthiness Managers, Quality Managers and Part 145 maintenance organisations wishing to gain Part CAMO knowledge and awareness.
Who is the Course for?
It is for persons who are involved in EU Operators. In particular Quality Manager Staff, CAMOs, as well as anyone with an interest to achieve an effective understanding of the Airworthiness Review Staff.
What is the Benefit of this Training –What will I learn?
a) Achieve a solid understanding related to Part-CAMO Continued Airworthiness Management (CAM) including Subpart I Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC).
b) Be able to demonstrate Part M Functionality and to avoid or mitigate problems.
c) A detailed understanding of the PART-CAMO Quality System –The difference between QA & QC Roles and responsibilities.
d) Fully appreciate the role of Safety Management System within the Part-CAMO organisation.
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 SB’s and AD’s.
g) Understand the purpose of STC’s 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
Considerations related to EASA Part CAMO
Regulatory Changes – The Impact of EASA Regulation EU 2022_410 on Part CAMO Operations
Basic Introduction to EASA regulations and Part M plus Subparts
Occurrence Reporting in an EASA Part CAMO Organisation – Mandatory & Voluntary (Internal)
Managing Competence Within an EASA Part CAMO Organisation
Considerations Related to EASA Part CAMO – CAME
Compliance Monitoring in a Part CAMO Environment
Part CAMO Organisation Requirements
– CAMO.A.005 Scope
– CAMO.A.105 Competent authority –
– CAMO.A.115 Application for an organisation certificate
– CAMO.A.130 Changes to the organisation – Require Prior Approval
– CAMO.A.135 Continued validity
– CAMO.A.140 Access CA .
– CAMO.A.150 Findings
– CAMO.A.155 Immediate reaction to a safety problem
– CAMO.A.160 Occurrence reporting
– CAMO.A.200 Management system
– CAMO.A.202 Internal safety reporting scheme
– CAMO.A.205 Contracting and subcontracting
– CAMO.A.215 Facilities
– CAMO.A.220 Record-keeping
– CAMO.A.300 Continuing airworthiness management exposition (CAME)
– CAMO.A.305 Personnel requirements
– CAMO.A.310 Airworthiness review staff qualifications
– CAMO.A.315 Continuing airworthiness management
– CAMO.A.320 Airworthiness review
– CAMO.A.325 Continuing airworthiness management data
This course is aimed at 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.
The primary purpose of this training is to provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part-CAMO in specific the area of the CAMO & ARC. The course also aims to provide a full understanding of the regulations and considers in details all relavent procedures, responsibilities and tasks.
Regulatory Introduction to EASA 1321/2014 as amended with focus on Part M & Part CAMO Continued Airworthiness Management (CAM). Part CAMO Part A in Detail, Part CAMO Occurrence Reporting, Part CAMO-CAME Contents Review, Managing Competence & Organisational Requirements.
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1 Day – The training day will start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00 with appropriate refreshment breaks.
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