Introduction A Combined Airworthiness Organisation (Part CAO) provides a new simplified organisation approval for General Aviation (GA) which provides an alleviation against many of the requirements (For example – No Safety Management System (SMS)) The Part-CAO was not created only to replace the Subpart F Maintenance Organisation, but rather to offer a completely new type…

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Introduction Anyone who’s organizational role includes the need to create technical or procedural content on behalf of the organisation has a responsibility to ensure that the information is delivered in a clear, correct and effective way. This course is aimed at sharing best practice use of Aviation Technical English particularly focused on a clear understanding…

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Introduction Subpart J regulatory approval provides for the Design of Aircraft and Components Design Organisation Approval (DOA) and Subpart G provides for a Production Organization approval (POA). The primary function of the DOA holder is to assume full responsibility for all designed product (Initial Airworthiness) including the need to support Continued Airworthiness of the designed…

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Introduction This course is designed to specifically focus on the needs of persons required to perform Airworthiness Review and to Issue Airworthiness Review Certificate (ARC). Airworthiness Review Staff are authorised by the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) and accepted by the Regulatory Authority or Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to perform Airworthiness Reviews on aircraft which…

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Introduction The Maintenance Error Decision Aid (MEDA) process was developed by Boeing and is a proven and effective tool, for not only investigating the various causal factors, but in also developing mitigations. The basic MEDA philosophy is based on an understanding that people do not intentionally make errors and that organizational factors play a significant…

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Introduction 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 –…

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INTRODUCTION From 24 March 2020 Annex Vc Part-CAMO will become a valid EASA approval. From 24 September 2021 Part-M Subpart G organisation approval will no longer be available. (by this date all existing CAMO organisations must migrate to the new approval format) What is the Difference between Part M Subpart G & Part CAMO? Part-CAMO…

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Introduction The role of the CAMO is wide reaching with an obligation to ensure the ongoing status of the Continuing Airworthiness of the Operators Fleet. Having a detailed awareness related to the Management of Repairs and Supplemental Type Certificates (STC’s) is an important element of the full role of Continuing Airworthiness. The course focuses on…

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Introduction Regulatory Requirements and Best Practice – This 2-day introduction to advance level course is provided for CAMO staff and existing technical records personnel. The course is designed to provide delegates with a detailed awareness of the aircraft technical documentation obligations in general as well as in relation to the end aircraft lease return process….

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Introduction During the transfer of an aircraft due to the sale or end of lease, the lease return conditions suddenly become very important and we pay attention (maybe for the first time!) and whilst our wish “of course” is to return the aircraft as it is, this is usually not possible for a myriad of…

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