Baines Simmons develops continuing airworthiness management skills and competencies of RAF 22 (Training) Group
Baines Simmons has successfully delivered a 3-day innovative training programme to the Royal Air Force 22 (Training) Group in response to new regulations concerning the continuing airworthiness management skills of Defence CAMOs.
The implementation of the UK MAA’s Military Air Environment CAMO regulations (as defined within the MAA RA 4900 series) and the development of the EDA’s European Military Airworthiness Requirements (EMAR M) pose new challenges for Defence CAMOs as they seek to improve aircraft availability and safety in accordance with how the new regulations require in-service aircraft airworthiness to be managed.
RAF 22 (Training) Group with Baines Simmons Consultants David Innes (L) and Scott Vaughan (R)
Developed and delivered by Principal Consultant, David Innes with the technical support of Director Bob Simmons and Consultant Scott Vaughan, the course (Continuing Airworthiness Management Skills for a Defence CAMO – TT08) sets out to provide CAMOs and related staff with a range of new skills that will enable them to fulfil the true potential of the requirements. The course supports both service and contractor personnel to meet the competence requirements of the CAMO Regulations and takes a highly practical approach to stimulate continuing airworthiness thinking.
Royal Air Force Number 22 (Training) Group is responsible for the recruitment, selection, initial and professional training of RAF personnel as well as providing technical training for the Army and Royal Navy.