Aviation Legislation EASA PART 145 and CRS - Initial training

Aviation Legislation EASA PART 145 and CRS - Initial training
Course Objective:
Become familiar with PART(s) M and 145 key-topics and their latest amendments.
Understand the detailed requirements of PART(s) M and 145, and identify the different regulations in force to use the relevant information. This training course provides participants with a knowledge of regulations in terms of aircraft, engines and equipment maintenance.

Duration: 7 hours

• European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA):
   – Regulation EC N°216/2008 (basic regulation)
• Brief study of PART 21: Design & Production Organizations
• Brief study of AIR OPS: Air operators
• Detailed study of Regulation EU N° 1321/2014 related to the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aeronautical products, parts and appliances, and to the approval of the personnel involved in these tasks.
• Brief study of EASA PART M:
   – Subpart D: Maintenance Standards
   – Subpart E: Components
   – Subpart H: Certificate of Release to Service
• Brief study of EASA PART 145, Maintenance organizations:
   – General
   – Requirements in terms of facilities, equipments tools and materials, data…
   – Certifying staff
   – Safety policy and Quality system
   – Privileges of the approved organization
   – Principles of supervision
• Certificate of Release to Service (CRS):
   – Privileges
   – Obligations
   – Responsibilities
• EASA Form 1 and similar documents:
   – Description of the document
   – Regulatory requirements
• Final assessment

Target Group: Accountable managers, technical managers, certifying staff, technicians.
Qualified staff who wish to develop their basic knowledge of European aviation regulations and the principles ruling their application in terms of aeronautical maintenance.

Validity: 2 years
Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) 

Max attempts: 2
Minimum score: 75
Maximum score: 100
A certificate will be issued at the end of the training course