EASA PART 147/66. APPROVED MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATIONS AND AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE LICENSING

EDITIONS

  • Edition - MADRID: from 19 to 21 February 2014 
  • Edition - MADRID: from 29 to 31 October 2014  REGISTER
  • Regulation (EC) 2042/2003 of the European Commission, of 20 of November of 2003 on the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aeronautical products, parts, and appliances, and on the approval of organisations and personnel involved in these tasks, in their Annexes III (Part 66) and IV (Part 147), lays down the requirements to obtain an Aircraft Maintenance Licence (AML) and those requirements that a maintenance training organization must meet
  • This course provides a review of the requirements established in the regulation, its Acceptable Methods of Compliance and the relevant guidance material, so that the participants have an exact knowledge of each one of the requirements established, both in Part 147 and in Part 66, and of the manner of accrediting their compliance, as well as an explanation of common difficulties that arise in the interpretation of certain paragraphs of both standards
  • Likewise, the course will discuss the way the Spanish Civil Aviation applies these regulations, the processes, procedures, documents and units involved so that the participants know the procedure of the applications and the processes involved. Finally, in order to ease the attendance of the interested personnel and optimize their time, the course has been designed so that, taking into account the common parts of both regulations, both subjects have been unified in one only course, so that the duration requirements of section 10.1.3 and 10.1.4 of the IC 41-01 of the AESA of 28 of July of 2006 are met. The authorization of this course shall be obtained by AESA so that the participants may accredit by their attendance what is established in the IC 41-01

 

Course objetive:

  • To obtain a theoretical and practical knowledge of the requisites established in the Parts 66 and 147 (Annexes III and IV of the Regulation 2042/2003), relative to the requisites for granting an aircraft maintenance licence, and those requisites that the organizations who apply for the authorization to carry out the training courses and tests specified in the Part 66, respectively, must fulfil

 

Addressed to:

  • Professionals that perform their activity in maintenance training organisations Part 147 (accountable, instructors, examiners, and assessors), maintenance organisations Part 145, CAMO Centres, and, in general, at all those professionals who, due to their activity, need to know the way in which EASA has regulated the issuance of licences and the maintenance training organisations

 

Language

  • Spanish

 

Price:

  • 750 € (VAT exempt)

 

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