MAOS Regulations - Management Responsibilities

TR09 | 1 day | Grade: Foundation

Duty Holders and civil contractors with airworthiness responsibilities for military aircraft need to keep up to speed with evolving military regulations, including the new CAMO and EMAR requirements.  Designed for managers engaged in the strategic handling of an organisation's approvals, this course provides the latest updates on the Maintenance Approved Organisation Scheme (MAOS).  

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Key Content

  • The role of the Military Aviation Authority (MAA), the origins of MAOS and the links to the EASA system
  • Contents of the MAA Regulatory Publications (MRP) - the MRP Parts
  • The MAOS approval process
  • Continuing Airworthiness Management for UK military aircraft
  • Requirements for the maintenance system, human factors and error management, personnel competency, training and examinations 

 

Benefits of Attending

Comprehensive understanding of the intent of the regulation and how to fulfil your legal obligations
Improved compliance against the requirements of the MRP (MRP Part M, MRP Part 145, MRP Part 147, MRP Part 66)
Ability to plan practical strategies to address gaps against the requirements

Who Should Attend

This entry level course is recommended for military officers and MOD contractors, such as:

  • Senior Managers
  • Operations and Maintenance Managers
  • MOD Staff Officers
  • Duty Holders
  • Officers dealing with civilian contractors
  • MOD Procurement Executives

 

Course Level

Foundation Level Training (F)
Suitable for those with little or no prior knowledge of the subject who are looking to develop a fundamental level of understanding, competency and knowledge.