Commission Regulation EU 1321/2014 Annex I (Part-M) as amended by Commission Implementing Regulations (EU) 2020/270, (EU) 2019/1384, Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/1383
Specifies that an aircraft owner or operator is responsible for the continuing airworthiness of its aircraft.
Part M focuses on the specific obligations of the Continuous Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) to manage the Airworthiness Process.
Subpart I identifies the specific obligation to ensure the Airworthiness of the aircraft through the performance of the Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC) process.
The primary purpose of this training is to provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part M Specifically to complement the Requirements of EASA Part CAMO.
To provide a general overview of all parts of Part M and to provide in details an in depth understanding of Subparts C and I;
SAS Training is extremely practical and focuses on the understanding of the knowledge and skills required to understand fully the Continuing Airworthiness Management Process
This course is focused and stimulating, very practical and participation is encouraged. It is ideally suited to Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations as well as Leasing Company Personnel, Accountable Managers, Post Holders Maintenance Management Staff and Quality Personnel.
What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?
a) Achieve a solid understanding of EASA Part M Requirements related to the Continued Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) as well as Part M Subpart C & Subpart I Airworthiness Review Certificates (ARC).
b) Be able to demonstrate Part M Functionality and to avoid or mitigate problems.
c) Appreciate the difference between Full ARC’s and Reviews.
d) Be able to use the regulation to proactively manage the Continuing Airworthiness (CA) of your aircraft.
e) Understand the activities which support the analysis of Safety Data including SB’s and AD’s.
f) 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
- Abbreviations & Definitions
- Basic Introduction to EASA regulations and Part M plus Subparts
- General Introduction
- Continuous Airworthiness – The Role of Part M
- Regulatory Framework – ICAO
- EASA Basic Reg 2018/ 1139 Introduction & Overview
- Airworthiness Regulatory Structure
- Contract & Subcontract Management
- Organizations Approval Ratings
SUBPART A — GENERAL
- M.A.101 Scope
SUBPART B — ACCOUNTABILITY
- M.A.201 Responsibilities
- M.A.202 Occurrence reporting
SUBPART C — CONTINUING AIRWORTHINESS
- M.A.301 Continuing airworthiness tasks
Considerations Related to Maintenance Check Flights
- M.A.302 Aircraft maintenance programme
- M.A.303 Airworthiness directives
- M.A.304 Data for modifications and repairs
- M.A.305 Aircraft continuing airworthiness record system
- M.A.306 Aircraft technical log system
- M.A.307 Transfer of aircraft continuing airworthiness records
SUBPART D — MAINTENANCE STANDARDS
- M.A.401 Maintenance data
- M.A.402 Performance of maintenance
- M.A.403 Aircraft defects
SUBPART E — COMPONENTS
- M.A.501 Classification and installation
- M.A.502 Component maintenance
- M.A.503 Life-limited parts and time-controlled components
- M.A.504 Segregation of components
Part M SUBPART G Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation
Overview of SUBPART G CAMO Organisation requirements and responsibilities
- M.A 703 Extend of Approval
- M.A 704 CAME
- M.A 705 Facilities
- M.A 706 Personnel requirements
- M.A 707 Airworthiness Review Staff
- M.A 708 Continuing Airworthiness Management
- M.A 709 Documentation
- M.A 710 Airworthiness Review
- M.A 711 Privileges of the organisation
- M.A 712 Quality System
- M.A 713 Change
- M.A 714 Recordkeeping
- M.A 716 Findings
SUBPART H Certificate of Release to Service
- M.A.801 Aircraft Certificate of Release to Service
- M.A.802 Component Certificate of Release to Service
- Further Considerations Related to EASA Maintenance Check Flights (MCF) & Incomplete Maintenance
- Check Flights (MCF) & Incomplete Maintenance
SUBPART I – Airworthiness Review Introduction
- Responsibilities of Airworthiness Review Staff
- M.A.901 Aircraft Airworthiness Review
- M.A.902 Validity of the Airworthiness Review Certificate
- M.A.903 Transfer of aircraft registration within the EU
- M.A.904 Airworthiness review of aircraft imported into the EU
- M.A.905 Findings
Areas of Interest Concerning Aircraft Import / Export
This interactive and practical course is specifically designed for:
Post holders CAMO & Maintenance, Quality Managers and Auditors, Technical & Planning CAMO staff and other interested stakeholders who have a need for Continuing Airworthiness Management knowledge. It will also be of benefit to legal representatives who need to have an effective understanding as well as to serve as a refresher to any Operators and Maintenance Organisations.
Participants should possess a general knowledge of aviation maintenance regulations. Knowledge of the EU/EASA Part-M requirements are also advantageous.
The course considers the requirements of ICAO Annex 8, EU Basic Regulation 2018/1139, as well as 1321/2014.
Providing delegates with an overview of Part M Subpart C & I implementation and how to avoid potential problems.
The course will also provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part M in all jurisdictions compliant with EASA, In particular the role of Contract and Subcontract organisations.
EASA Regulatory Review, Understanding The Role Part M, All Parts Introduction, Considerations related to Subpart C ,The Responsibilities of a Subpart G Organisation, The Role of EASA & Continued Airworthiness in a Regulatory Environment. The Airworthiness Review Certificate Subpart I process. CRS & Maintenance Check Flights.
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2 Days – To commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
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