A short-course for anyone with responsibility and interest in continuing airworthiness and maintenance – essential to both Civil and Defence aerospace.
The course is delivered over 5 days, from Monday to Friday, and is mostly in the form of online lectures. Group work and tutorials are also used for a short maintenance planning exercise.
What you will learn
At the end of the course, you should be able to:
- Describe the principles of reliability as applied in maintenance
- Critically appraise the different philosophies for aircraft maintenance
- Outline a maintenance management programme, including the control of operational standards, supply chain and cost issues
- Develop a process for achieving continuing airworthiness management with the appropriate regulatory approval.
Reliability and Maintenance Processes
- Reliability Centred Maintenance. The process of analysing design, performance and failures of equipment in order to determine the maintenance requirements.
- Maintenance Programme Development
Continuing Airworthiness Management
- Aircraft integrity management by means of on-line systems e.g. health and usage monitoring, engine condition monitoring etc.
- Outsourcing versus In-House Maintenance, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, application of “Lean principles” to Maintenance operations
- Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance
- Relationship between Manufacturer, Operator and Maintenance organisation, including management of Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins.
Who should attend
The course is aimed at technical/commercial staff in the aerospace industry. Typical delegates who would benefit from this course include aviation engineers and managers with responsibility for aircraft maintenance and modification programmes. Staff from regulatory authorities, aerospace manufacturers and suppliers would also benefit.
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