FAA FAR-145 & FAR-43 for Repair Stations located outside the U.S. not under a BASA/MIP – Recurrent – 1 Day

Introduction

This recurrent training course refreshes delegates with knowledge of 14 CFR part 145, part 43, and part 39 for personnel performing maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration on U.S. registered aircraft in a FAA certificated repair station located outside the United States.

Specific rules of these three CFR parts are considered as being essential knowledge required by inspection personnel, and personnel authorized to approve an article for return to service, hence this training will focus on those rules and provide delegates with the information needed to ensure continued compliance.

The training will explain the rules that a repair station must follow, review relevant FAA Advisory Circulars and the rules that an FAA Inspector must follow when performing surveillance and recertification of a foreign repair station.

Who is the course for?

Quality Managers; Quality Engineers; Inspection Personnel; Return to Service Personnel; Safety Managers / Personnel; Maintenance Managers / Supervisors / Mechanics / Technicians; Planning Personnel; Technical Services Personnel; Supply Chain Personnel; Stores Personnel from the following organizations:
Operators/Air Carriers; Repair Stations/Approved Maintenance Organizations; Organizations seeking 14 CFR Part 145 approval; Staff from National Aviation Authorities.

What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?

a) Knowledge of the essential rules of 14 CFR part 145, part 43, and part 39 relevant to a foreign repair station.
b) The responsibilities that a foreign repair station and a U.S. registered air carrier / operator must ensure for compliance when performing maintenance, preventive maintenance and alteration tasks.
c) An in-depth understanding of how to ensure compliance to Repair Station housing and facilities requirements.
d) The responsibilities that inspection personnel and those personnel authorized to return to service personnel have to comply with the FAA Federal Aviation Regulations.
e) Best practices to ensure that maintenance release and return to service documents comply with FAA requirements.
f) The relationship between 14 CFR part 145 and part 43.

Why Should I choose SAS for the training?

Sofema Aviation Services is a Regulatory Training and Consulting company with 45 years of commercial aviation experience and 10 years operational experience. Since the start we have provided certificates to approx 20,000 delegates and we have grown for 2 primary reasons!

The first is that we are professional and we listen to our customers.

The second reason is a combination of outstanding course fees, together with a world beating discount program which leaves our competitors way behind – please do not take our word for it, check it out!

What Makes SAS FAA FAR-145 & FAR-43 for Repair Stations located outside the U.S. not under a BASA/MIP – Recurrent – 1 Day Training Different?

Because our courses are written by experts who have managed several FAA Certificated Foreign Repair Stations in an operations capacity, and in a Quality & Safety role as Chief Inspector / Quality Manager. This allows the instructor to draw on his knowledge and relate to his experiences to deliver an effective training session beneficial for the delegates.

At Sofema Aviation Services our focus is on accepting that compliance with Civil Aviation Safety Regulations is in fact minimum compliance. Interpreting the regulations in a way which enables the development and optimization of the business is where we should see opportunities to drive efficiencies, and cost savings.

Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed

–  Terms & definitions
‒ Structure of the FARs
‒ Recordkeeping requirements
‒ Housing and facilities requirements
‒ Equipment, materials, and technical data requirements
‒ Personnel requirements
‒ Maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alterations performed for U.S.-registered aircraft
‒ Quality control system requirements
‒ Inspection of maintenance, preventive maintenance, or alterations
‒ Required inspection item (RII)
‒ Airworthiness directives,
‒ Performance rules

Target groups

14 CFR part 145 certificated foreign repair station quality managers; quality engineers; inspection personnel; return to service personnel; safety managers / personnel; maintenance managers / supervisors / mechanics / technicians; planning personnel; technical services personnel; supply chain personnel; stores personnel.

Pre-requisites

Previously attended 14 CFR part 145 and part 43 initial training.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:
– Secure knowledge of the key rules of 14 CFR part 145, part 43 and part 39 relevant to the performance of maintenance, preventive maintenance and alteration.
– Provide examples as to the ‘know how’ as well as the ‘know what’ by interpreting the rules in the context of repair station operations
– Understand the interface between 14 CFR part 145 and part 43.
– Understand the basics of Airworthiness Directives and how to comply.
– Provide a regulatory and industry perspective for personnel performing maintenance, preventive maintenance and alteration in a foreign repair station.

What do People Say about Sofema Aviation Services Training?

“The course exceeded my expectations.”
“Everything was in appropriate timing and in good climate.”
“Maximum points for the instructor’s effort and explanation from me.”
“The instructor provided enough room for all the questions to be asked”
“We received a lot of additional information to make things clearer.”

Duration

1 day commencing at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
To register for this training, please email office@sassofia.com or Call +359 28210806

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