The Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs) describe the means by which aircraft operators, aviation personnel and providers of services can gain approvals, licenses and certificates and the process through which these are maintained. This process ensures adequate levels of safety and internationally agreed standards are met.
Overseas Territories Aviation Circulars (OTACs) are issued to provide advice, guidance and information on standards, practices and procedures to support the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs). They may amplify or provide practical guidance on meeting a requirement. They may also contain administrative material, information of a temporary nature, or information published in advance of a formal amendment to OTARs.
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Overseas Territory Aviation Regulations (OTAR) Part 39 – This course is aimed at quality managers, maintenance and continued airworthiness post holders, NAA staff, as well as EASA CAMO’s, MRO’s and Part 145 maintenance organisations wishing to gain OTAR 145 approval.
Current Courses Availability – Classroom & Webinar
OTAR Maintenance Organisation Approval & Approval of the Maintenance Organisation Exposition (MOE) – 1 Day – The MOE typically covers four main parts:
The management MOE covering the parts specified earlier.
The maintenance procedures covering all aspects of how aircraft components may be accepted from outside sources and how aircraft will be maintained to the required standard.
The quality & safety system procedures including the methods of qualifying mechanics, inspection, certifying staff and quality audit personnel.
Contracting operator procedures and paperwork.
Concerns awareness of the structure, composition, and impact of the OTAR regulatory obligations, Understand the environment driving the Part 145 process to focus your business decision-making process. Be able to use the regulation to support full compliance within an Aircraft Maintenance Organization (AMO).
This course is aimed at quality managers, maintenance and continued airworthiness post holders, NAA staff, as well as EASA CAMO’s, MRO’s and Part 145 maintenance organizations wishing to gain OTAR 21 approval.
Overseas Territory Aviation Regulations (OTAR) Part 39 – 2 Days – Gain the knowledge to be able to manage an OTAR Part 39 Continuing Airworthiness Process within your organization – A detailed understanding of the OTAR Part 39 Quality and Safety System. Use the regulation to support full compliance with Continuing Airworthiness Requirements.