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TT19M03: Continuing Airworthiness - Planning Skills

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Aviation Safety Academy, Fairoaks Airport, Surrey, UK £ 895.00*
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Aviation Safety Academy, Fairoaks Airport, Surrey, UK £ 895.00*
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Aviation Safety Academy, Fairoaks Airport, Surrey, UK £ 895.00*

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Planning is often misinterpreted as there is little regulatory assistance. This leads many organisations and personnel to have conflicting views on responsibilities and processes that fall under this important aspect of continuing airworthiness. Planning is often viewed as an expensive overhead; however, the positive contribution from effective planning in both the CAMO and maintenance environments cannot be underestimated in engendering a cost-effective and safe working regime.
 
How will this course benefit me?
This highly interactive course is designed to meet the needs of staff and organisations who want to implement a proactive approach to delivering a consistently robust maintenance plan. Through examining industry best practice, the course will provide you with knowledge and techniques you need in order to promote greater efficiency in the continuing airworthiness management and maintenance environments, ultimately improving safety.
Our course, covering planning in both the CAMO and maintenance environments, pulls together the ‘How’ we structure to perform maintenance. Delegates completing this course will engender a full understanding of the needs and pressures faced by colleagues performing complimentary functions, resulting in you:
  • Making more informed decisions when planning maintenance
  • Reducing maintenance errors in your organisation by promoting a structured approach to task accomplishment
  • Reducing aircraft downtime by avoiding duplication of work
  • Using your improved understanding of who the key stakeholders are in the framework to create efficient, clear communication channels and achieve faster responses and resolution to the inevitable day to day queries
  • Assisting your internal or contracted maintenance organisations in understanding the CAMO perspective and vice versa
  • Minimising cost and maximise revenue through more effective management of workflow
  • Improving workplace safety levels through effective planning of maintenance tasks
Key areas of focus
  • Safety, regulations and interfaces in continuing airworthiness
  • Maintenance planning fundamentals – roles in the planning process; why we plan; the benefits of planning
  • Development of efficient Maintenance schedules
  • Planning for/in CAMOs and Maintenance Organisations
  • Data, Records and mandatory requirements
  • Controlling, demonstrating and monitoring successful planning
 
Is this course right for me?
This specialised course is designed for those working in the planning environments in EASA Part-M and Part-145 organisations, including:
  • Existing planning staff in Part-M and Part-145 organisations
  • Technical Services staff
  • Managers / supervisors in Part-M and Part-145 organisations
 
This course would also benefit:
  • Graduates looking to move into planning roles
  • Continuing Airworthiness Management
  • Compliance monitoring / Quality Assurance staff
 
Prerequisites:
You will need to have an understanding of Part-M and Part-145 regulations and be familiar with Service Bulletins, Airworthiness Directives, maintenance manuals and other technical data. Experience in planning is desirable, but not necessary if you are moving into a planning environment.
 
Course details
Course format: The course will follow the concept of facilitation as opposed to instruction. It is a balanced mix of PowerPoint Presentations and challenging interactive exercises.
Course level: Practitioner Level Training (P) is 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.
Assessment process: No formal assessment. Formative feedback is provided by the facilitator.
Course size: 16 persons maximum at our Aviation Safety Academy or on-site at your facility
 
Related Courses for Competence Development 
TR02: EASA Part 145 - Understanding the Requirements for Maintenance
TR03: EASA Part M - Understanding the Management of Continuing Airworthiness 
TT02: Best Practice for Technical Representatives
TS01: Safety Management Systems – Essentials for aviation professionals
 
Further Information
Please download the Course Information pdf for full course details. Alternatively, contact our Training Advisor on: +44 (0) 1276 859 519 or email training@bainessimmons.com for more assistance.  

 

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