Standard Q.C.M. training or organised on request
This course is aimed at EASA Part 145 Maintenance Organisations wishing to gain OTAR Part 145 approval.
- Management Personnel
- Quality Managers
- Maintenance Technicians and Certifying Staff
- Competent Authority Staff
Previous attendance to EASA Part 145 training course
Introduction to the requirements applicable for an organisation approved in accordance with OTAR Part 145 of the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirments (OTARs).
Objectives of the course:
The course aims to fulfil the following pedagogical objectives:
- To provide the participants a full understanding of the operator’s and maintenance organisation’s responsibilities, contracted maintenance arrangements, OTAR Part 145 Subparts A, B, C, D and OTAR Part 43 Subparts A, B, C, D.
- Responsibilities of an OTAR Part 145 maintenance organisation, the content of the MOE, or Supplement, typical staff arrangements and qualifications, quality and safety management system.
Key Topics of the course:
- Overview of the global aviation regulatory structure
- 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 maintenance environment
- OTAR Part 145 and OTAR Part 43 Overview, its Subparts and Guidance Material
- Interfaces between OTAR 145, 43 and other OTARs / OTACs related to Maintenance, Certification, Continued Airworthiness and Operation
- Detailed review of the differences between OTAR Part 145/43 and EASA Part 145
- Case studies of typical practical scenarios
Regulatory Basis of the course:
- Air Navigation (Overseas Territories) Order (AN/OT)
- OTAR Part 145
- OTAR Part 43
English or German
Course language available:
German, English or French
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