Continuing Airworthiness – Effective Reliability Analysis

TT19M02 | 2 days

The regulations are clear, Operators (usually via a CAMO) must manage their Maintenance Programmes and therefore reliability data effectively. Building competence in this specialist area will allow your organisation to develop an efficient & successful approach to the requirements. This will enable the control of safety, reliability and compliance, contributing to operational performance and optimising business benefits.

Upcoming Training

08 May - 09 May 2024

Bracknell Academy

£910.00 (excl. VAT)

19 Aug - 20 Aug 2024

Virtual Classroom

£910.00 (excl. VAT)

19 Nov - 20 Nov 2024

Bracknell Academy

£910.00 (excl. VAT)

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How will this course benefit me?
This course is designed to support your management of maintenance programmes, moving CAMOs from compliant to performing. This will allow operators to see a real return on the investment in this area, identifying the most effective solutions for their operational requirements. Integration of this activity with your Management System will ensure that the highest levels of safety and operation performance are achievable through data-driven control of the AMP, performance of maintenance and risk management.

Key areas of focus
Our management system approach and holistic view offers an enhanced understanding of the intent of the regulation, so that on returning to your organisation you can:

• Easily meet the intent of CAMO.A.305(d), M.A.302 and associated regulations.
• Apply the principles of correctly analysed reliability data to support AMPs.
• Link an effective reliability programme to operational and business improvement.
• Understand how reliability management supports safety, hazard identification and the integration of sub-contractors and AMOs.
• Support warranty claims, assess the benefits and effects of Service Bulletins and other modifications along with changes to the maintenance programme.
• Identify sources & analysis of reliability data.
• Identify indicators of (un)reliability & understand the causes.

Is this course right for me?
This is a practitioner level course, designed to enhance the competence of established CAMO staff, it is not suitable for beginners. Delegates should have at least a level of knowledge comparable to that established by our TR03 course: UK CAA / EASA Part M and Part CAMO – Understanding the Management of Continuing Airworthiness and have had an appropriate period of experience in a CAMO to understand the practicalities of Continuing Airworthiness Management, Reliability & Maintenance programmes.


Key roles that should consider attending are:

• Accountable Managers & Nominated Persons.
• Technical Services staff.
• Airworthiness and Reliability Engineers.
• Technical Records staff.

This course would also benefit:

• Maintenance Programme engineers & planners.
• Safety & Compliance staff.
• Auditors.
• Regulatory authorities’ staff.


Prerequisites

To get the best from this course delegates should be able to demonstrate a sound working knowledge of continuing airworthiness regulations, particularly Parts M & CAMO along with company exposition, policies etc.

 

Course details

Course format: The course will follow the concept of facilitation as opposed to instruction. It is a balanced mix of PowerPoint Presentations and challenging interactive exercises.

Course level: Practitioner Level Training (P) is suitable for those who have worked in the subject for some time, are familiar with core terminologies and concepts and are looking to develop or update their level of knowledge and practical understanding.

Assessment process: No formal assessment. Formative feedback is provided by the facilitator.

Course size: 12 persons maximum at our Aviation Safety Academy or on-site at your facility.