- Training days:
- Milan - Italy
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European Military Airworthiness Requirements
Our course is designed to provide the attendees with both the basic knowledge of European Military Airworthiness Requirements framework and a detailed view of the key fundamentals of EMAR 145.
The following topics will be addressed:
- Overview of aviation legislation (the Chicago Convention, the Code of Air Navigation, Airworthiness Concepts, Regulatory framework of the D.A.A.A., Regulatory framework for military aircraft – D.A.A.A.).
- Comparison with civil aviation legislation – D.A.A.A.
- The airworthiness of military aircraft (Airworthiness and military aircraft type approval, Aircraft registration).
- Configuration control.
- Occurrence reports.
- Technical publications.
- The characteristic documentation of a military aircraft (aircraft, engines, propeller, weight and balance logbooks).
- The rules of Continuing Airworthiness.
- The concepts and fundamental aspects of the standards:
– AER.P – 145;
– AER.P – 2005;
– AER.P – 2147.
- Duties and responsibilities of the maintenance organisation.
- The responsibilities of the organisation, the Technical Officer and the Specialist and the equivalent figures of the organisation.
The objectives of the course are:
- To provide a thorough understanding of EMARs framework and comparison with civil aviation rules.
- To provide a full understanding of the regulations relating to EMAR 145 Maintenance Organisation.
Who should attend
The course is suited to Maintenance Managers and staff, as well as, Quality Staff involved in the aircraft military field.
Familiarity with terminologies and concepts of continuing airworthiness.
3 days – Each training day starts at 09.00 and finishes at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.