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Location: Bunratty Castle Hotel

Cost: €695 pp (funding applied)

Date: 29th & 30th August

Anyone can read the regulations. However, understanding how the regulator intended it to be applied is the domain of the skilled practitioner. Being skilled in interpreting the intent of the regulation allows you to take a more constructive approach to compliance, enabling a productive process to be aligned to the regulation, rather than the regulation being a burden.

How will this course benefit me?

Specifically focused on staff engaged with the daily handling of an organisation’s Part-145 approval,

you will receive the latest thinking in how to practically apply the EASA Part 145 regulation.  Our management system approach and holistic view offers an enhanced understanding of the intent of the regulation, so that on returning to your organisation you can:

  • Explain why the regulation exists and what it is trying to achieve
  • Describe the difference between being accountable and responsible for compliance
  • Be clear about how your role fits within the regulatory requirements
  • Stay ahead of the competition by knowing how to use the regulation to build a safe, effective and performing organisation
  • Examine and evaluate the impact of the human interface to reduce risks, errors and occurrences
  • Increase your confidence to question the alignment of current processes and business practices with the regulation, and your competence to discuss elements of the regulation with the EASA/ Competent Authority regulatory staff

 Key areas of focus

  • The EU legal environment and the regulatory structure (EC) 216/2008
  • Accountabilities and interfaces for a Part 145 organisation
  • The EASA Part 145 Maintenance System and contributing to its effectiveness
  • EASA Part 145 requirements (EU) 1321/2014

Is this course right for me?

This is a practical application course designed for those within the CAW regulatory framework as well as those that interact directly with CAW from the Air Op and IAW regimes.  It is particularly suited to:

  • Staff involved with and interfacing between Part-145 and Part M.
  • Staff moving to more responsible roles within the Part-145 or CAMO environment
  • Quality Assurance System Staff & Auditors
  • Quality Managers
  • Entry level graduates, technical staff, Form 4 applicants, existing post holders and accountable managers

 

This course would also benefit:

  • Regulatory Authority Managers, Inspecting Staff and Surveyors and those involved in Safety Audits
  • Maintenance Managers

Prerequisites:

Basic understanding of EASA regulatory system, ideally including continuing airworthiness.

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

Courses you might also like to consider

TR03 EASA Part M – Understanding the Management of Continuing Airworthiness

TR16 EASA/FAR 145 – Essentials for European Repair Stations

TR07 EASA Airworthiness Regulations – Essentials for Logistics Staff

TT19M03 Continuing Airworthiness – Planning Skills

TR67 EASA Part 145 – Continuation Training

TR69 EASA Form 1 Certifying Staff – Skills Development (Part 145)

TR71 Airworthiness Best Practice for Managers

TS01 Safety Management Systems – Essentials for Aviation Professionals

Frequently asked questions

  1. I have recently joined a Part-145 organisation as part of the management team and I need to understand how the regulation works in practice. Is this the right course for me?
  2. The course is aimed at practitioner level and will enable attendees at all levels to understand the intent of the regulation and what this looks like in the real world.
  3. I have attended Part-145 courses in the past. Is this course going to add enough extra value for me?
  4. A. Our courses are uniquely designed to discuss how the regulatory 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 Part-145 course will add a great deal to your existing levels of knowledge.
  5. I work in a busy CAMO of an airline. Will this course help me to understand the responsibilities that our contracted organisation should be fulfilling?
  6. As a CAMO team member, understanding the objective of the regulations and the responsibilities of a contracted Part-145 organisation to the CAMO is a vital aspect of successful continuing airworthiness. Our course will explore the important communication, information and contractual relationships vital to maintaining effective maintenance and continuing airworthiness interfaces.

 

Contact us

Visit our website www.bainessimmons.com to find out more about this course and to book and pay online. Alternatively, please call our learning advisor team on +44 (0)1276 859 519 to discuss your needs and for assistance with your booking.

For more information on Skillnet Ireland, please visit www.skillnetireland.ie

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