CHF 680.00

OTAR Part-145

This one-day course is an introduction to the requirements applicable for an organization approved in accordance with OTAR Part-145 of the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs).

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1 day
Standard Q.C.M. training or organised on request
Target Group:

This course is aimed at EASA Part-145 Maintenance Organisations wishing to gain OTAR Part 145 approval, as well as:

  • Management Personnel
  • Compliance Monitoring Managers
  • Maintenance Technicians and Certifying Staff
  • Authority Personnel

Previous attendance to an 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:

In this course, participants will gain a detailed understanding of:

  • 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
Course documentation:
English or German
Course language available:
German, English or French
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