EASA Part M Continuing Airworthiness means all the processes ensuring that, at any time in its operating life, the aircraft complies with airworthiness requirements in force and is in condition for safe operation. By the end of the course, delegates will be able to discuss the relevance of Subpart G (Continued Airworthiness Management) and Subpart I (Airworthiness Review Certificates) as appropriate to the aircraft and individual roles, demonstrate how to avoid potential problems with Part M implementations and apply these regulations in their related fields. This practical course will enable candidates to maximize their business efficiency and safety from Part M approval and to effectively apply the EASA Part 145 Regulation.
- Build upon existing knowledge of EASA Part M/145 so that maximum safety and commercial benefits can be attained by Operators and Part M subpart G organisations.
- Understand the pertinent aspects of Part M/145 in relation to examples of industry best practice.
- Understand the intent of the regulations and apply and manage the requirements in effective and practical ways on returning to their organisation.
- Use the Notice of Proposed Amendment and Comment Response Document tools to comment on any relevant upcoming EASA opinions or decisions.
- Understand the ARC process so that the transition to holding the additional ARC can be implemented as smoothly as possible.
- Successfully manage the Part 145 approval.
- Demonstrate practical examples of Part 145 implementation.
- Understand the EASA Part M/145 requirements and the relationship with other approval codes such as Part 66 and 147.
- Explain legal responsibilities under the regulation.
- Apply and manage the requirements in an effective and practical manner.
- Fully understand the EASA Part M and EASA Part 145 requirements safety objectives and how they are applied in today’s world.
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