The objective of the aeronautics regulations training course is to provide participants with a detailed knowledge of aircraft maintenance regulations. This training course teaches the key points of the European Part 145 and Part M requirements in relation to regulations on continuing airworthiness of aircraft.
Target audience :
- APRS (Approbation pour la Remise en Service de l'Avion, approval for releasing aeroplanes to service) accredited technicians
- Airworthiness management technical office personnel
- Supervisory personnel
Training courses take place at Merville.
Other venues on request.
Training course duration :
2 days (14 hours)
- ICAO (History, Objectives, Annexes)
- Role of the member states and national authorities (DGAC, the French civil aviation authority/OSAC, the Civil Aviation Safety Organisation)
- The EASA (Structure, Remit, Drafting of legal texts, etc.)
- Role of the European Commission
- Regulations (EC) 216/2008, (EC) 1702/2003 and (EC) 2042/2003
- Relationships between the regulations and accreditations
- Certification personnel (Part 66)
- Accredited maintenance organisations (Part 145 and Part M/F)
- Air operations
- Aircraft certification
- Continuing airworthiness (Part M)
- National and international specifications