Introduction The primary purpose of this training is to provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part M in all jurisdictions managed by an EASA Regulatory environment. To introduce delegates to the working of the Part M Regulatory Structure and to enable a full understanding of the operator’s responsibilities, contracted arrangements, Subpart G responsibilities….

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INTRODUCTION – In 1979 the Air Transport Association (ATA) task force sought to improve on MSG-2 to address a new generation of advanced technology aircraft (B757 & B767), the outcome was MSG-3 MSG-3 is now the preferred method used for developing the scheduled maintenance tasks and intervals which will be acceptable to Regulatory authorities, Operators,…

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INTRODUCTION  In 1979 the Air Transport Association (ATA) task force sought to improve on MSG-2 to address a new generation of advanced technology aircraft (B757 & B767), the outcome was MSG-3 MSG-3 is now the preferred method used for developing the scheduled maintenance tasks and intervals which will be acceptable to Regulatory authorities, Operators, and…

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Introduction The primary purpose of this training is to focus on the specific needs of the “ARC” Airworthiness Review Staff. To provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part M in all jurisdictions managed by an EASA or GCAA Regulatory environment, in particular the specific obligations of the “ARC” signatory. To consider the working…

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INTRODUCTION Commission Regulation EC 1321/2014 Annex I (Part-M) specifies that an aircraft owner or operator is responsible for the continuing airworthiness of its aircraft. Subpart G 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…

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INTRODUCTION  Delivering an effective Technical Records Function within both Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisation (CAMO) and Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) can contribute to the effectiveness of the Continuing Airworthiness Records Management System. As well as avoid exposure to unnecessary loss. Technical records is the hub of the CAMO group and it is usually the starting point…

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 INTRODUCTION The course is focused and stimulating, very practical and participation is encouraged. It is specifically aimed at regulatory oversight of the organisations responsibilities. The course delivers a detailed practical understanding of EASA Regulations relevant to the Part M Environment. An understanding of the maintenance organisations responsibilities, contracted arrangements, and a thorough understanding of the…

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Introduction – This 1 Day training focuses on Industry best practices, acknowledges the role of Human Factors and delivers several advanced subjects to support the job role of your Maintenance Planners, Supervisors and Managers. Aircraft Maintenance Planning is a key business area within the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO). Whist some in the organisation may…

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 Introduction – An industry specific two-day program specifically designed for nominated or designated potholder Maintenance System of an  GCAA 145 Organization. The Maintenance Post Holder is directly responsible for Quality Control together with the effectiveness of the Safety Management System. This course also considers in detail the Role and Responsibilities of  Continuing Airworthiness Manager.  Typical…

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 INTRODUCTION The primary purpose of this training is to provide a thorough understanding of the Role of Part M in all jurisdictions managed by an EASA Regulatory environment.  To introduce delegates to the working of  the Part M  Regulatory Structure and to enable a full understanding of the operator’s responsibilities, Contracted arrangements, Subpart G responsibilities….

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