05 56 21 01 01 contact@aerocampus-aquitaine.com INFORMATIONS PRATIQUES

EASA REGULATION – IN ACCORDANCE WITH REGULATION EU 1321/2014

OBJECTIVES

  • Acquire general knowledge of the EASA regulation relating to continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aircraft products, parts and equipment and relating to the approval of organisations and personnel taking part in these tasks
  • Acquire thorough knowledge of the Part 145 and its Acceptable Means of Compliance

SYLLABUS

• Regulatory context (+ regulatory watch)
• Regulatory context of continuing airworthiness
• Notion of continuing airworthiness (Part M)
• Presentation of Part 145 and its Acceptable Means of Compliance:
– Eligibility
– Terms and conditions of the approval
– Technical requirements
– MOE
Thorough notion of “Occurrence Reporting”
• Interactions with Part 66:
– Eligibility
– Privileges (link with the authorisation within the Part 145 maintenance organisation)
– Requirements (basic knowledge + experience)
– Type qualification (interactions with Part 147)
– Recommendation file for any licence file (initial delivery / amendment / granting of category C / limitation / etc.)
• Continuation training organisation for Part 145:
– Requirements
– Skills maintenance

TYPE OF STUDENTS

Personnel working on aircraft

PREREQUISITES

NONE

DURATION

2 DAYS

PRICE

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