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C-016: OTAR Part-39

Status
Standard Q.C.M. training or organised on request
Duration
2 days
Dates / Location

14.02.-15.02.2019: Berne
24.09.-25.09.2019: Berne

Target Group
  • OTAR 121 & 125 Operators
  • Quality Managers
  • Maintenance and Continued Airworthiness Post Holders
  • NAA staff
  • EASA Part M CAMOs
  • Part 145 Maintenance Organizations wishing to gain OTAR 39 approval
Pre-requisites

Previous attendance to EASA Part M training course

Exam
No
Certificate
Yes
Objectives

This course covers the responsibilities of a Subpart E Continued Airworthiness Management Organization, the content of the Maintenance Control Manual, or Supplement, typical staff arrangements and qualifications as well as the quality system.

 Course Objectives:

  • Provide a detailed explanation of the operator's responsibilities, contracted arrangements, Subparts B, C, D, E & F responsibilities.
  • To familiarize the participants with the implementation of continued airworthiness management in association with ICAO Article 83 bis Agreement.
  • To provide a detailed explanation on the differences of Approvals under Subpart E.
Contents
  • Overview of the Air Safety Support International (ASSI) regulatory system
  • Introduction to high-level applicable regulations, including the role and legal status of OTARs and OTACs in a Continued Airworthiness regulatory environment
  • Airworthiness and Continued Airworthiness concepts
  • OTAR 39 Overview, its Subparts and Guidance Material
  • Detailed review of Subparts A,B,C,D,E & F
  • Interfaces between OTAR 39 and OTARs / OTACs related to Certification, Aircraft Registration, Operation and Maintenance
  • Detailed review of the differences between OTAR 39 and EASA Part M
  • Practical examples of continued airworthiness management in association with ICAO art. 83 bis
  • Day 2 of the training course is dedicated to the practical application of the relevant OTAR Parts, consisting of group exercises covering aircraft  registration, management of the continued airworthiness under Option 1  and 2, management of repairs and modification and Permit to Fly
Instruction Method

Course documentation: English or German
Course language available: German or English

Price / attendee
CHF 1'350.00

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