Republic of Indonesia DGCA Stores & Receiving Inspection Procedures – 2 Days


The Republic of Indonesia DGCA receiving inspection system for aircraft parts and material aims to establish traceability, and that parts were designed and manufactured in accordance with CASR Part 21; produced to established industry standards, and, were previously determined to be airworthy under CASR Part 43.

For an Air Carrier or Approved Maintenance Organization to ensure these requirements are met, requires personnel to be trained to acquire adequate knowledge to reduce the risk of allowing unairworthy parts to enter into the aeronautical supply chain system and maintain compliance.

The Republic of Indonesia DGCA Civil Aviation Safety Regulations that drive the receiving inspection and stores distribution system, and relevant guidance material includes aircraft identification marking, certification, and maintenance.

This comprehensive 2-day training course provides Air Carriers, Approved Maintenance Organizations, and Manufacturers with detailed guidance on how to establish an enhanced receiving inspection system to help eliminate the safety risk posed by unairworthy articles, parts, or materials.

Attending this training will place organizations in the best position to ensure that articles being purchased as new or returned to service after maintenance conform to type design, or specifications and meet airworthiness requirements.

Who is this course for?

The course is for personnel involved in store management and receiving inspection procedures within the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in the Republic of Indonesia. It aims to provide participants with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively manage aviation stores, perform receiving inspections, and ensure compliance with regulatory requirements, enhancing safety and efficiency in aviation operations.

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

a) Awareness of the Republic of Indonesia DGCA Civil Aviation Safety Regulations relevant to Aviation Stores and Receiving Inspection system.
b) An understanding of the differences between approved parts, accepted parts, OEM, and PMA parts.
c) The ability to recognize discrepancies in receiving documentation.
d) An in-depth understanding of how to determine traceability of received parts and material, and their eligibility to be installed on aircraft.
e) Knowledge of Production Approval Holder (PAH) requirements and responsibilities related to the certification of parts.
f) Best practices to develop a receiving inspection system including developing procedures.
g) The precautions that must be taken to reduce the possibility of damage when handling Electro Static Discharge Sensitive (ESDS) products.
h) How to correctly dispose of scrap and unsalvageable parts and materials to ensure they will not be allowed to reenter the supply chain.
i) An understanding of how to train, qualify and assess the competence of receiving inspection personnel.
j) A deep understanding of Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUP), tips to identify them, and how to report them to the authority once they have been detected.
k) Key elements to be considered for developing an effective audit program for the Aviation Stores environment.

Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed

‒ Terms and Definitions

‒ Approved Parts / Acceptable Parts / PMA Parts

‒ Stores & Receiving Inspection Documentation

‒ Stores and Receiving Inspection Indonesia DGCA Regulations

‒ Determining Traceability and Eligibility of Aircraft Replacement Parts

‒ Production Approval Holders Parts Certification Responsibilities

‒ Developing a Receiving Inspection System Plan

‒ Receiving Inspection Procedures for Aircraft Parts and Material

‒ Aircraft Parts and Material Documentation Requirements

‒ Disposition of Scrap and Unsalvageable Aircraft Parts and Material

‒ Training and Qualification of Receiving Inspection Personnel

‒ Suspected Unapproved Parts

‒ Indonesia DGCA Compliant Aviation Stores Procedures

‒ Auditing an Aviation Stores & Receiving Inspection Systems

Target groups

The course is intended for personnel who manage or work in Aviation Stores or who are required to accept material into Aviation Stores through a receiving inspection system.

The course would also benefit Quality Managers, Quality Engineers, Inspection Personnel, Certifying Personnel, Safety Managers, Maintenance Managers, Engineers / Technicians / Mechanics, and Supply Chain Personnel.


A background in an aviation environment.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:

‒ Understand the Republic of Indonesia DGCA Civil Aviation Safety Regulations relevant to Aviation Stores and how to maintain compliance.

‒ Develop processes and procedures for managing Aviation Stores and Receiving Inspections.

‒ Determine aviation parts traceability and eligibility for installation.

‒ Understand the issues associated with Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs) and how to help eliminate the safety risk they impose.

‒ Identify the key elements involved in auditing Aviation Stores for compliance with the Republic of Indonesia DGCA Civil Aviation Safety Regulations.

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2 days – each day will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.

To register for this training, please email or Call +359 28210806

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