EASA Compliant Reliability Training for Aviation Professionals Online Equivalent to 3 Days Classroom

Part M Implementing Developing Managing an EASA Reliability Program PicSofemaOnline (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com is pleased to announce the availability of a new in-depth course to support the Implementation, Development & Management of EASA Compliant Reliability Systems.

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Part M - Implementing, Developing & Managing an EASA Reliability Program

» Designed to Support Engineering & Technical Service Engagement with the Responsibility to Implement Effective Reliability Programs 
» Intensive 3 Day practical course specifically aimed at organisational personnel who are required to actively control and deliver the aircraft reliability program.
» Suitable for CAMO staff involved in managing the Maintenance or Reliability programs, Reliability Staff and other staff with technical involvement in the Aircraft reliability processes
» Suitable for Quality Audit Staff who are responsible to Audit EASA Compliant Reliability Systems

Introduction to Reliability - When dealing with the complex technical systems involved in air transport and the extensive competition, the consequences of unreliable services become critical and may include:

»A high cost of operation
»A loss of productivity
» Incidents
» Exposure to accidents

To this end, aircraft operability is considered one of the major requirements by air operators.
Aircraft operability is the aircraft’s ability to meet the operational requirements in terms of operational reliability (i.e. the percentage of scheduled flights that depart and arrive without incurring a chargeable technical/operational interruption).
Reliability programs form an essential element of the continuing airworthiness process and in fact, are mandatory when aircraft are managed using MSG methodology.

The purpose of a reliability program is:

» To ensure that the aircraft maintenance program tasks are effective and their periodicity is adequate, in addition,
» The reliability program may result in the escalation or deletion of a maintenance task, as well as the de-escalation or addition of a maintenance task.

Additional Benefits of an EASA Reliability Program

» Whilst the primary purpose is to demonstrate the effectiveness of the Aircraft Maintenance Program, we can use the reliability program to support both the optimisation and development of the maintenance program.

Reliability Data Collection

Reliability data is also collected and analysed by the manufacturer as a tool to optimise the maintenance process and such information is typically considered by the MRB working groups.

The training focuses on:

» The gathering and processing of data.
» The display of Reliability Data and the way in which this data may be used to benefit the maintenance program.

What is the Benefit of this Training - What will I learn?

a) Understand the role of Reliability within the CAMO group
b) Understanding how an effective reliability program can drive operational optimizations
c) Develop enhanced awareness of warranty-related benefits
d) Consider the role of reliability driven Aircraft System and Vendor Service Bulletin implementation
e) Achieve a solid understanding related to Subpart G Reliability related Continued Airworthiness Management (CAM) Regulatory Requirements
f) Be able to explain the purpose and operational functionality of the Reliability process within your organisation.

EASA Compliant Reliability Training Course Content:

» Abbreviations & Terms
» Introduction 
» Why is Reliability Data Important?
» Operator Responsibility
» Maintenance Planning Engineering Function
» Measuring the Effectiveness of the Maintenance Planning Process
» Managing Check Findings in Context of Reliability
» Understanding Strip ReportsAircraft Maintenance Programme - Reliability Compliance

   º M.A.302(f)(2) – Aircraft Maintenance Programme
   º M.A.6.5.1 – Objectives
   º M.A.6.5.2 – Identification of Items
   º M.A.6.5.3 – Terms & Definitions
   ºM.A.6.5.4 – Information Sources & Collection
   ºM.A.6.5.5 – Examination, Analysis, & Interpretation
   º M.A.6.5.7 – Corrective Actions
   º M.A.6.5.8 – Organisational Responsibilities
   º M.A.6.5.9 – Presentation of Information to Competent Authority
   º M.A.6.9.10 – Evaluation & Review
   ºM.A.6.5.11 – Approval of Maintenance Programme Amendment

» Appendix II to AMC M.A.711(a)(3) – Sub-Contracting of CAM Tasks
» Measures of Reliability
» General Introduction to Aircraft Reliability Systems
» Structure of the Reliability Programme
» Reliability Programme Administration
» Managing Competencies
» Managing External Information Sources
» Developing Reliability Procedures
» Reliability Auditing
» Corrective Actions
» Reporting & Sources of Data Indicators of Structural Reliability
» Indicators of Structural Reliability
» Indicators of Component Reliability
» Engine Reliability Programme
» Presenting Reliability Data
» Reliability Driven Optimization
» Standard Deviation
» Performance Standards - Setting the AL
» Benefits of an Effective Reliability Programme

Multiple Courses / Multiple User Discount

2 to 4 courses/delegates - 10%
5 to 9 courses/delegates - 15%
10 to 24 courses/delegates - 20%
25 to 49 courses/delegates - 30%
> 50 courses/delegates - 40%

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