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Requirements

Engineering & Planning initial

Level: Knowledge
 
Objectives:
 
To impart understanding of engineering and planning processes within aircraft maintenance management organizations:
-Responsibilities and objectives of continuing airworthiness organizations (CAMO) acc. EASA Part-M requirements;
-Responsibilities and objectives of maintenance organizations acc. EASA Part-145 requirements;
-Principles of  maintenance program development and certification and control;
-Reliability program as part of Maintenance program;
-Maintenance data;
-Engineering documents;
-Modification implementation workflow;
-Principles of maintenance planning and base maintenance workflow.
 
Certification:
 
Certificate of attendance

ETOPS (Extended Range Twin Engine Operation)

Level: Knowledge

 

Objectives:

 

Extended  Range Twin Engine Operation (ETOPS) basic knowledge how which is required by the public authorities in accordance with EASA AC20-6 and provide the required ETOPS refresher training courses / updates every 2 years so that your staff  are allowed to carry out all necessary overhaul work on ETOPS aircraft

-ETOPS training courses for Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance to be able to carry out and certify ETOPS checks on ETOPS aircraft

-ETOPS training courses for Part M CAMO-Staff / Engineering, and Administrative Staff that  works

 

Certification:

 

Certificate of attendance