Introduction – Of all the parts that make up the Republic of Indonesia DGCA Civil Aviation Safety Regulations (CASR), Part 43 is the regulation every mechanic should have a thorough working knowledge of. CASR Part 43 sets the requirements for what kinds of Republic of Indonesia registered aircraft mechanics can work on, who can work…

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Introduction – 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…

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Introduction – This Half day Course available either in the classroom or online provides a general introduction to the role of AVSEC (Aviation Security) within the Aviation System The Aviation Industry is an attractive target for terrorist and criminals and all staff working in the industry need to be well aware of different threats and…

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Introduction – A Repair Station / Approved Maintenance Organization Training Program is a prerequisite for obtaining a Part 145 approval for many National Aviation Authorities (NAA) who base their regulations on the U.S. Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations. Mechanics may acquire their initial skill through formal training, such as Part 147 Aviation…

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Introduction – Civil aviation has a long history in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. In the early years of civil aviation in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia the aviation activity was not formally regulated. As aviation activity increased and international safety norms evolved, it became necessary for aviation regulations. The first aviation safety regulatory approach…

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INTRODUCTION Of all the parts that make up FAA regulations in Chapter 1 of Title 14, Aeronautics and Space in the Code of Federal Regulations, only one part speaks solely to mechanics. Part 43 is that rule. It sets the requirements for what kinds of U.S. registered aircraft mechanics can work on, who can work…

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INTRODUCTION This FAA Safety Management Systems Implementation Overview provides an introduction of FAA regulatory requirements, guidance, and methods of developing and implementing an SMS based on the requirements of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) part 5 which satisfies the SMS Standards of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), as published…

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INTRODUCTION Dangerous goods are commodities that can be dangerous in specific circumstances. These materials may be transported by air only if suitable precautions are taken. Dangerous goods consist not only of obvious substances such as corrosive, explosives and flammables, but also include less apparent articles like devices containing lithium batteries and spare batteries. To ensure…

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Introduction This course provides an understanding of the component ​maintenance organisations responsibilities, contracted arrangements, and a thorough understanding of the organizational responsibilities associated with Part 145 compliance. The Aims of the course are to provide delegates with a detailed practical understanding of EASA Regulations relevant to the Part 145 Environment as well as an overview…

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Introduction The Practical Assessor should be fully aware of the aim of the assessment and be able to conduct a practical assessment in such a way that the true abilities of the candidate are demonstrated. These involve technical abilities but also the ability for the candidate to satisfactorily perform the tasks in an actual maintenance…

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