Understanding Maintenance Programme Principles
Duration – 3 days (20th – 22nd February, 2018)
Funded Cost – €895
Location: – Shannon
Is this course right for me?
This course is recommended for those who manage, supervise and administer large aeroplane Maintenance Programmes. Participants benefit from exploring industry best practice and gain valuable insight into how to improve maintenance efficiency through more effective planning and implementation of their organisation’s Maintenance Programme.
- Introduction to reliability programmes and system safety assessment
- Maintenance Steering Group methodology, Maintenance Review Board process
- Maintenance Planning Documents (MPD)
- Programme elements, including zonal inspection, component and powerplant, structural maintenance and ageing aircraft
- Fuel system safety; L/HIRF and electrical systems
Benefits of Attending
- The development of optimal Maintenance Programme performance, leading to:
- Reduced maintenance downtime
- Reduced maintenance costs
- Improved quality targets and accuracy
- Improved maintenance efficiency
- Increased aircraft availability
Who Should Attend
This course is particularly suited to practitioners, typically:
- Maintenance Programme Staff
- Planning Engineers
- Planning Managers
It is also beneficial for:Quality Assurance Staff
- Maintenance Managers
- New Operators
Practitioner Level Training (P)
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.
Paul White Subject Leader
Our Continuing Airworthiness expertise is guided by Paul White.
Paul is an experienced Airworthiness Management consultant and uses his wide-ranging technical, diagnostic and commercial skills to help our clients understand how best to improve airworthiness and maintenance performance.
An expert in the practical application of Part M and Part 145 regulations, Paul’s 30 years in the aviation industry has encompassed working with fixed wing jets and piston engine aircraft as well as piston and turbine powered rotorcraft and includes managerial roles in Airworthiness, Quality and Safety with world-leading airlines to small independent private aviation companies.
How will this course benefit me? Participants benefit from exploring industry best practice and gain valuable insight into how to improve maintenance efficiency through more effective planning and implementation of their organisation’s Maintenance Programme. Through exploring latest thinking and industry best practices, this course will enable you to develop optimal Maintenance Programmes that lead to: Reduced maintenance downtime reduced maintenance costs Improved quality targets and accuracy Improved maintenance efficiency Increased aircraft availability
Key areas of focus Introduction to reliability programmes and system safety assessment Maintenance Steering Group methodology, Maintenance Review Board process Maintenance Planning Documents (MPD) Programme elements, including zonal inspection, component and powerplant, structural maintenance and ageing aircraft
About Baines Simmons
We are passionate about aviation safety and trusted by the world’s leading civil and defence aviation organisations to help improve regulatory compliance and safety performance through training and consulting programmes that are designed to make a real and lasting impact on aviation safety. The Baines Simmons Difference We are experts in ‘unfolding arms’ – in boardrooms and classrooms, flight decks, workshops and hangars, our training courses and consulting services are inspirational, thought- provoking and ultimately geared to deliver real results in the workplace. Why use Baines Simmons? Our training, consulting and outsourced services help to significantly: Improve Compliance, organisational safety performance and operational capability Protect Lives, assets, profitability and reputation Reduce Risk, re-work, error, inefficiency and incidents.
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.
For bookings please contact Kate@icbe.ie or tel 061 423 622