EASA Part-66 is the regulation governing a common European aircraft maintenance license recognized in all EASA member states. EASA Part-147 delivers the regulations governing a Maintenance Training Organisation responsible for either Basic or Type Training for Part 66 Engineers.
The Quality Management role in an EASA 147 organisation brings with it a number of unique challenges discussed during the training, In addition it is important that Post Holders have a solid understanding concerning the responsibilities to comply with all relevant regulations. Including all related Quality Control requirements.
This course provides delegates with detailed understanding of Part 147 approved training organisations together with a detailed review of Part 66.In addition the training will support the development of your a Maintenance Training Organisation Exposition (MTOE) together with the best practices for constructing and controlling training courses.
The course is aimed specifically at, stakeholders as well those with limited Part 66 knowledge, who never the less require a fundamental understanding of their obligations and responsibilities In addition the course will be suitable for Accountable Managers, Training Organisation Managers and persons wishing to expand their knowledge of Part 147 & Part 66. It also focuses on the specific responsibilities of the Part 147 Form 4 holder.
Sofema Aviation Services supports a practical understanding of the interpretation of all regulations to ensure that the Organization is able to comply in the most effective way.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed –
- A Brief History of European Aviation Regulatory Development
- Regulation (EC) No. 216/2008 & Compliance with ICAO
- Commission Regulation (EC) 1321/2014 including detailed review of the Regulations associated with Part 147 & Part 66
- Commission Regulation (EC) 1149 / 2011
- EASA Regulation Part 66 Introduction
- The Difference between Part 66 License and Organization Approval
- EASA 147 Post Holder Responsibilities and Relationships
- EASA Regulation Part 147 Introduction
- EASA Part 147 Differences between a Basic Training Organisation and a Type Training organisation
- The Difference between Quality & Safety Auditing in the context of EASA Part 147 Organisation
- Quality Assurance Activities in support of EASA Part 147 organisation
- Part 147 Introduction – General & Organisational Requirements
- Example EASA 147 Training Procedures
- Managing Competence with an EASA Part 147 Organisation – Instructors, Examiners and Assessors
- EASA Part 147 Competence Assessment Checklist
- EASA Part 147 Training Needs Analysis (TNA) explained
- Managing competence to deliver a TNA
- Constructing a TNA taking into account all relevant elements
- TNA Quality Control Process
- Quality Review & Delivery of Effective Audits
- Practical understanding of the Role of Root Cause
- MTOE Section 3 Contents Review
- General Notes Concerning EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licence
- Introducing EASA Part 66 AMEL Categories
- Part 66 Definitions
- Part 66 Privileges
- Part 66 Basic Knowledge Requirements
- Part 66 Basic Experience Requirements
- Part 66 Endorsement with Aircraft Ratings
- CAT A Task Training
- SMS within a 147 Environment
- Part 147 Management Systems
- Facilities, Equipment and Training Material
- EASA Part 147 Examinations and On Job Training
- SUBPART C –Approved Basic Training Course
- SUBPART D – Aircraft Type / Task Training
- Cross reference MTOE & Regulatory Requirements
- Considering the challenges of developing an MTOE within an EASA Part 147
- EASA Part 147 Section 1 procedures – considering the options available how to structure the organisation
- EASA Part 147 Section 2 working procedures – considering the options available how to structure the processes to optimize efficiency
- Developing a TNA Group Exercise
- Debrief and Close Out
Target Groups –
The course will also be of particular interest to Maintenance Training Managers, Quality Assurance Managers, Accountable Managers and Form 4 Post Holders.
A background awareness regarding the roles and responsibilities within an aviation training environment would be an advantage.
Learning Objectives –
The delegates will understand the role of the Part 147 Training Organization and will be introduced with the procedures for control of the Approval and the quality oversight of the organization.
1/ To understand in Details the European Aircraft Maintenance Engineers EASA Part 66 License System.
2/ To understand the relationship between Part66 License and Organization Approval processes where the licence may be used to certify directly.
3/ To understand best practice which may be employed in managing the Part 66 process.
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 organisations can ensure that they understand and manage the process in the most effective way.
4 Days – Each day will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.