Introduction – This course focuses on the obligations of the organisation related to the development and management within the context of contracting and sub-contracting related to both the Operations & Maintenance Environment. During the training you will review various agreements, contracts and leases. This course delivers a fundamental knowledge which can be built on to…

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Introduction – During normal operation all engines will experience rubbing, thermal stress, mechanical stress, dirt accumulation, foreign object ingestion and other events which will eventually result in a measurable decrease in efficiency. By continuously monitoring the evolution of key parameters that can translate engine condition, deterioration in engine performance can be detected as well as…

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Introduction The Landing Gear is a Critical Component of the Aircraft System and the maintenance of the integrity of the Landing Gear throughout its entire life is essential. Due to the nature of operation there are in service vulnerabilities to corrosion and stress damage due to impacts. Such vulnerabilities can in fact result in reduced…

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Introduction This training has been developed to cover critical understanding by executives of EASA Part M, Part 145 and Part 66 with the intention of introducing the delegate to the role of EASA Continuing Airworthiness Related to EASA Part M, Part 145 & Part 66. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is responsible for the…

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Introduction ICAO performance-based navigation (PBN) specifies that aircraft required navigation performance (RNP) and area navigation (RNAV) systems performance requirements be defined in terms of accuracy, integrity, availability, continuity, and functionality required for the proposed operations in the context of a particular airspace, when supported by the appropriate navigation infrastructure. Historically, aircraft navigation specifications have been…

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Introduction RVSM—Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum—allows flight at FL290 and above with only 1000′ of vertical separation. RVSM requires particular tasks to be developed specifically to support the requirement of ensuring effective RVSM process and Procedures. This course provides a Detailed understanding of RVSM Continued Airworthiness Maintenance Requirements. The key requirements call for special consideration to…

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Introduction The course focuses on the relationship between EASA Driven Airworthiness Regulatory obligations and the methods whereby Industry is able to show compliance. Using EASA regulatory compliance as the baseline with appropriate consideration of both the Federal Airworthiness Authority (FAA) and International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). EASA Airworthiness regulation within the commercial environment is deeply…

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Introduction It is an EASA approved organisational obligation that we remain fully compliant with all regulatory and associated organisational requirements. As Business Area Managers we are responsible for the Quality Control and the effectiveness of the Safety Management System. We typically be in receipt of numerous audits both internal from the quality Assurance department and…

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Introduction The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published the Cover Regulation along with the Implementing Rules for the conduct of Air Operations as Regulation (EC) 965/2012 dated 5 October 2012 (published on 25th October). This course considers in detail the Role and Responsibilities of the AM & Operations Post holder to ensure compliance with…

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Introduction This 1 day Intensive Courses focuses on the roles and responsibilities of the Senior Management Team in particular related to the Quality & Safety Manager and the Post Holder Obligations Quality Assurance is essentially looking at compliance and Safety Assurance is looking at any weakness in the organisational system which raises the exposure to…

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