Aircraft Maintenance Organisations
EASA Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance Organisations
Maintenance tasks on any and all aircraft, performed in order to ensure safety in flight operations, to ensure that the aircraft is ready for the flight, and to reduce costs without compromising on safety factor, are carried out and performed by the Maintenance Organizations authorized by our Directorate General.
Under the authorization granted by our Directorate General, Authorized Maintenance Organizations provide maintenance services such as servicing, checks, repair, modification and overhaul conducted in order to keep the aircraft airworthy as of the time when the aircraft is manufactured till the time when the service life of the same is expired.
SHY 145 Approved Maintenance Organizations: The maintenance organizations authorized to render service to any kind of civil aircraft used in commercial air transportation and big aircraft not used in commercial air transportation, as well as any kind of engines, propellers, parts or devices.
F Maintenance Organizations: The organizations authorized in order to provide maintenance services to the aircraft, maximum take-off weight of which is below 5700 kg, the aircraft which are used in non-commercial air transportation, as well as the components thereof, are designated as "F Maintenance Organizations" under the scope of the Regulation and Instruction on Continued Airworthiness and Maintenance Liability.
PART 0 General Organisation (Operators within the European Union)
PART 1 Management
PART 2 Maintenance Procedures
PART L2 Additional Line Maintennace Procedures
PART 3 Quality System Procedures
PART 6 Operators Maintenance Procedures
This section is reserved for those maintenance organisations approved under Part-145 who are also operators.
PART 7 FAA Supplementary Procedures for a FAR part 145 Repair Station
This section is reserved for those maintenance organisations approved under Part-145 who are also certificated as a FAA FAR Part-145 repair station.
The contents of this Part should be based on the Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG) issued by EASA and the FAA following the agreement between the United States of America and the European Union on cooperation in the regulation of civil aviation safety.
PART 8 Transport Canada Civil Aviation(TCCA) Supplementary Procedures for a CAR 573 Maintenance Organisation
This section is reserved for those Part-145 approved maintenance organisations holding a CAR 573 approval.
The content of this Part should be based on the Maintenance Annex Guidance (MAG) issued by EASA and the TCCA following the agreement on civil aviation safety between the European Union and Canada.
PART A GENERAL
PART B DESCRIPTION
PART C GENERAL PROCEDURES
PART D WORKING PROCEDURES
PART E APPENDICES
Section A Procedure for Aircraft Maintenance Organisations
Section B Procedure for Competent Authorities
Components other than complete Engines and APUs
1. General/Introduction to human factors
2. Safety Culture/Organisational factors
3. Human Error
4. Human performance & limitations
6. Procedures, information, tools and practices
9. Professionalism and integrity
10. Organisation’s HF program
Our EASA Part 145 A320 and B737NG sojt provides the practical hands on expertise in the aircraft’s electrical systems, airframe systems, powerplant and avionics systems that are required under EASA Part 145 approval. Completion of the SOJT enables B1/B2 licence holders to perform qualified maintenance checks on the aircraft type concerned with his specific A320 or B737NG type.
To give the student an in-depth hands on of the A320 or B737ng Airframe/ Power plant/Electrical Systems and Avionics Systems. At completion of the course the student will have sufficient knowledge to perform the duties of an B1/B2 certifying engineer and to apply for Appropriate company approvals.
After completing the A320 or B737NG B1/B2 maintenance course, the participant will be able to:
The sojt is intended for EASA Part 66 Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.
The sojt is intended for EASA Part 147 approved A320 series or B737NG theoretical and practical element courses completed Category B1/B2 maintenance engineering/technicians.
In compliance with EASA and other national authorities, we will gladly provide you with individual sojt training solutions. Discuss your requirements with us.
As determined by Company requirements but ideally will not be less than the holding of a EASA Part 66 B1 and/or B2 Aircraft Maintenance License. Participants must have the expertise and experience to meet the knowledge and skill levels required for the corresponding EASA licences. Knowledge of the relevant manuals such as the maintenance manual, the systems schematics manual, the wiring manual and the illustrated parts catalogue, as well as of the requisite tooling and equipment will also be required.
As determined by Company requirements but Candidate should get permission from EASA member licence authority before starting our SOJT programme.
Assessment And Approvals:
To ensure that the key course goals are achieved, every participant will be required to undergo assessments