EMAR 147/66 - Understanding the Requirements

TR101 | 2 days | Grade: Practitioner

Managers and key post holders need a good understanding of their responsibilities under the EMAR 147/66 requirements. In addition to ensuring compliance, it enables better engagement with their Military Aviation Authority and ensures that maximum business advantage can be gained. Successful adoption and practical interpretation of requirements is not always straightforward and gaining insight into successful application often requires some assistance.

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How will this course benefit me?

This two-day course gives you the necessary insight into the European Military Airworthiness Requirement to ensure your approved training organisation has effective compliance. It explains in simple terms how the EMAR 147 and EMAR 66 link and discusses the requirements for training staff and documentation, together with the steps necessary to gain and maintain an approval.
Our continuous engagement with EASA/EDA and other European Competent Authorities means that we have access to the very latest thinking in terms of the intent of the EMAR 147 and EMAR 66 regulations and their application and this is shared with you in the course through participant discussions.
After the course, you will be able to:

  • Apply a more flexible approach to training organisation and licence training compliance that will save money and reduce risks in the business
  • Advise your own organisation on the current EMAR requirements (training) best practice
  • Effectively question and align processes and business practice with the requirements of EMAR 147 and EMAR 66
  • Have the confidence and competence to discuss EMAR 147 and EMAR 66 with the EDA/National Military Aviation Authority (NMAA) staff

 

Is this course right for me?

This course is designed for:

  • Training Managers, Instructors and Examiners
  • Quality Managers/Staff and Compliance Monitoring Managers/Staff
  • Contractor Agency Staff
  • Heads of University and College Aviation Faculties
     

This course would also benefit:

  • NMAA Staff and Managers
  • Accountable Managers and current or prospective Form 4 Holders

 

Key areas of focus

  • Introduction to the international legal environment
  • Basic introduction to the EASA regulatory structure and the rationale behind the regulations in Europe
  • Regulations (EU) 1321/2014 (as amended) with a specific focus on Part 147 and Part 66 and their amendments
  • European Military Airworthiness Requirements, with a specific focus on EMAR 147 and 66
  • Maintenance Training Organisations Form 4 Holder and management responsibilities
  • Running an effective EMAR 147 approval - the organisation, documentation, planning and control
  • EMAR 66 course types and Licence levels
  • Understanding the Management of Safety approach
  • Obtaining maximum benefit from your EMAR 147 approval

 

Course details

Course format: This course is a balanced mix of group discussions, flipchart work and PowerPoint presentations. Managed syndicate exercises give you the opportunity to practise the application and evaluation of new processes and techniques.
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

 

Frequently asked questions

Q. I have recently joined a Military Maintenance Training organisation as part of the management team and I need to understand how the EMAR requirements work in practice. Is this the right course for me?

A. The course is aimed at practitioner level and will enable attendees at all levels to understand the intent of the EMAR requirements and what this looks like in the real world.

Q. I have attended an EASA Part-147 courses in the past. Is this EMAR 147 course going to add enough extra value for me?

A. Our courses are uniquely designed to discuss how both EASA regulatory and EMAR requirements are implemented when considering an effective management system approach. This, combined with the inclusion of the latest regulatory changes means we are confident that our EMAR course will add a great deal to your existing levels of knowledge.

Q. I am the Training Manager for a major military aircraft organisation which is responsible for the initial manufacture of the aircraft. My specific role is to manage all customer training courses that we provide to our customers. Will this course help me to understand the potential impact of EMAR 147 on our organisation?

A. The implementation of EMARS throughout the defence environment is now well established and a fundamental aspect of its success moving forward is that maintenance training organisations will need to be compliant against EMAR 147 whilst individuals working within aircraft maintenance organisations will be required to possess the competencies defined by EMAR 66. This course will allow you to fully understand the requirements of both EMAR147/66.