Continuing Airworthiness Management Skills for a Defence CAMO Training Course
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TT08: Continuing Airworthiness Management Skills for a Defence CAMO

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Aviation Safety Academy, Fairoaks Airport, Surrey, UK £ 1,560.00*

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A truly value-adding CAMO makes the difference between believing your aircraft are serviceable and knowing that you have control of continuing airworthiness. While Operators in the civil system have had years to hone their understanding of continuing airworthiness principles and develop skills in their workforce to maximise the returns offered by effective management of in-service aircraft, the same cannot be said for the defence sector. The introduction of the CAMO concept and the way in-service military aircraft airworthiness is managed presents new challenges for many.  
 
Key Content
  • Roles and responsibilities of the CAMO
  • Core CAMO activities: an overview of each area
  • CAMO interfaces with Designers, Maintainers, Suppliers and Operators
  • Developing techniques and skills to support a value-adding CAMO
  • Case study practice scenarios
Benefits of Attending 
  • Improve aircraft availability and safety by minimising ineffective tasks and reducing maintenance costs
  • Eliminate recurring faults and improve Maintenance Programme effectiveness
  • Effectively interface with Military Type Certificate Holders, the TAA, Flight Operations and Maintainers
  • Improve the Regulator's confidence in your organisation 
Who Should Attend 
  • Continuing Airworthiness Managers
  • CAMO Technical Specialists
  • Assurance Staff
  • Maintenance Programmes/ Reliability Staff
  • Fleet Managers / Schedulers
  • Airworthiness Review Staff
     
Prerequisites
An understanding of the Defence CAMO regulations is required. Attendance of (TR55) Understanding Defence CAMO Regulations (or equivalent Essentials for Managers course delivered to MAE on behalf of MAA) is recommended. Familiarity with aircraft maintenance system principles and methods is desirable but not essential.
 
 
Course Level 
Practitioner Level Training (P)
Suitable for those who have worked in the subject for some time, are familiar with core terminologies and concepts and are looking to develop or update their level of knowledge and practical understanding.
 
Related Courses for Competence Development
TT01: Understanding Maintenance Programme Principles
TT02: Best Practice for Technical Representatives
TR09: MAOS Regulations - Management Responsiiblities
TR55: Understanding Defence CAMO Regulations


Further Information
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