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Sofema Online (SOL) www.sofemaonline.com considers the fundamental role of an EASA Part 145 Organisation

 EASA Part 145 concerns the approval issued to aircraft maintenance organizations.

The Part 145 organization is responsible to perform and certify maintenance in accordance with its regulatory approval to an approved standard using approved data. 

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Comment by Steve Bentley – CEO of Sofema Aviation Services (SAS) www.sassofia.com – Your Aviation Regulatory Training Provider

Introduction

We are asked this question with regularity (unfortunately) – Is Sofema Aviation Services / SofemaOnline Approved by EASA to Deliver Regulatory Training?

Why unfortunately? – Because often the person asking is a Compliance or Safety Manager or even a Nominated Post Holder operating within the European Union and working for an Operator, or AMO / CAMO or an Airport or an Approved Training Organisation (ATO) or Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO).

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Brief Overview of the fundamentals of an EASA Part 145 approval provided by SofemaOnline (SOL)

Introduction

EASA Part 145 and introduces a uniform set of requirements for organisations providing maintenance services, including both work on aircraft and related to aircraft parts to be released to service.

To perform maintenance and to issue a certificate of release to service on either Complex Motor Powered Aircraft CMPA or Aircraft operated as Commercial Air Transport (CAT) on either an aircraft or aircraft part registered in a country member of the European Union or of EASA, the maintenance organisation must be PART 145 approved.

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Sofema Aviation Services www.sassofia.com and SofemaOnline www.sofemaonline.com

Offering Regulatory Compliant Training for FAA Repair Stations In Classroom & Online

Concerning FAA -EASA Bilateral Agreement

The FAA notes that some part 145 repair stations have European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certifications. EASA part 145 contains licensing and training requirements for Approved Maintenance Organizations (AMO) that perform maintenance on articles of those operators under the regulatory control of European Union (EU) Member States.

These EASA part 145 requirements can affect FAA part 145-approved repair stations that also have EASA approvals; since EASA requires maintenance human factors training as part of the Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA) and Maintenance Implementation Procedures (MIP) with the United States.

The FAA training program may include the requirements of other civil aviation authorities as long as the part 145 requirements are also met.

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