Regulatory

Critical Task Inspection FAA versus EASA

An FAA RII item is defined as: A designation of the items of maintenance and alteration that must be inspected (required inspections) including at least those that could result in a failure, malfunction or defect, endangering the safe operation of the aircraft if not performed properly or if improper parts or materials are used.

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How to Write a Business Plan Presented by SofemaOnline (SOL)

Introduction

Business plans usually include detailed information which is not only essential but can improve significantly the chance of success.

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Important Note

In every case follow the specific task guidance from the manufactures technical documentation.

Introduction

To allow the build-up of a film of dirt can actually reduce the flying efficiency of the aircraft as well as to adds extra weight. It is also possible for dirt to obscure or hide cracks, moreover dust and grit ingress can cause excessive wear of hinge fittings.

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It is a simple truth that Effective Managers and Team Leaders enable the development and optimization of our business leading to opportunities to drive efficiency and cost-saving.

As well as focusing on the needs of the Manager and Business area owner to respond in an effective way to the challenge of managing a team. The training courses support effective communication strategies and provide for an understanding of the various techniques used in effective management. 

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SofemaOnline (SOL) considers the availability of supporting courses to support the role of Maintenance Instructor delivered online through our virtual aviation academy. 

Introduction

EASA Part 145 and its forebear JAR 145 is a mature regulatory environment with nearly 30 years of development within the European Arena.

There is the increasing focus being brought to bear regarding the importance of managing competence within the workplace and it is for the reason that both EASA & European Regulatory Authorities are expecting that EASA Part 145 Organisations manage the competence of employees within the 145!

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