Date: July 17th –July 21st 2017
Location: Mjets Facilities Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand
The training courses on offer are as follows:
EASA Part M Implementing, Developing and Managing an Effective Reliability Program – 3 Days
Aircraft Reliability Systems – Understanding the Maths Workshop – 2 Days
Please see the links for details of each training:
EASA Part M Implementing, Developing and Managing an Effective Reliability Program
Date: 17th to 19th July 2017
Price: 795 USD
The purpose of a reliability program is to ensure that the aircraft maintenance program tasks are effective and their periodicity is adequate, in addition the reliability program may result in the escalation or deletion of a maintenance task, as well as the de-escalation or addition of a maintenance task.
Whilst the primary purpose is to demonstrate the effectiveness of the Aircraft Maintenance Program, we can use the reliability program to support both the optimisation and development of the maintenance program.
Reliability data is also collected and analysed by the manufacturer as a tool to optimise the maintenance process and such information is typically considered by the MRB working groups.
This intensive 3 Day practical course is specifically aimed at organisational personnel who are required to actively control and deliver the aircraft reliability program…Read More
Aircraft Reliability Systems – Understanding the Maths Workshop
Date: 20th to 21st July 2017
Price: 565 USD
Reliability can be about far more than simply maintaining Maintenance Programme (MP) effectiveness and reliability. Data collected through the reliability analysis process can be used to support the optimisation of the maintenance process.
The purpose of a reliability program is to ensure that the aircraft maintenance program tasks are effective and their periodicity is adequate, in addition the reliability program may result in the escalation, or deletion of a maintenance task, as well as the de-escalation or addition of a maintenance task.
A reliability program may either be a part of the aircraft maintenance program (AMP) or an independent program on its own, with suitable reference in the AMP. Continuing Airworthiness regulations per EASA member states or third country requirements generally define these responsibilities and we know that operators are ultimately responsible and therefore accountable for the airworthiness of their aircraft. EASA & third country regulators always require the inclusion of a reliability programme for an operator of large aircraft and/or when the Maintenance program is based on Maintenance Steering Group (MSG) Logic or on condition monitoring.
This intensive 2 day workshop will explain in detail and raise awareness regarding the management, oversight and methodologies involved in Aircraft Reliability Systems…Read More
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