Aircraft Documentation Management and Technical Librarian Training Course


Part 145 07

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The management of technical manuals and documents related to the establishment & maintenance of the aircraft, as well as the continued demonstration of organisation compliance with regulatory requirements is of critical importance to the success of the organisation.

Without an ability to adequately demonstrate control of the approved data and other associated documentation the organisation may be in jeopardy regarding the integrity of the approval granted to the organisation.

The Technical Librarian ensures that all publications and libraries required for the operation of the airline or Aircraft Maintenance Facility are and remain current.

The Technical Librarian also ensures the distribution of amendments to all manuals, which are tracked and accounted for. To be able to receive and categorize documents, such as but not limited to, Airworthiness Directives, Service Bulletins AMM, IPC, SRM, CMM, Wiring Diagram, Illustrated Tools, FCOMs and related flight operation documents such as Bulletin, TRs, OEBs & Equipment List, Flight Manuals, Weight and Balance manuals, Product Standards, Material Standards, Process Standard, Engineering Drawing, EO’s, Supplement Manuals, Service Letters, Type Certificate Data Sheets, Supplemental Type Certificates as well as any other material specified by the organisation.


 Q WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?


The course is aimed for anyone who’s organisational role includes the need to create and manage technical and other documentation on behalf of an aviation organisation. The course also looks at the need to engage with both EASA and FAA Websites for technical information.


 Q WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF THIS TRAINING - WHAT WILL I LEARN?


- Gain an Introduction to the Documentation used in Support of Aircraft Operations and Maintenance.
- Understand how to organize, manage, and maintain all document storage in accordance with regulatory requirements.
- How to maintain master log of all manuals, including electronic & Troubleshoot and investigate problem/missing paperwork.
- How to access FAA & EASA Website for Technical Information.


 Q CONTENTS


1.   Introduction to the Role of an Aviation Technical Library
2.   Common Abbreviations their Context and Meaning
3.   Typical Duties of an Aircraft Technical Library Manager
4.   Introduction to ICAO
5.   Federal Aviation Regulations - Introduction
6.   EASA Regulatory Background - Introduction
7.   Managing an Aircraft Technical Library System
8.   Company Manual Example Structure
9.   Airworthiness Directives
10. Introduction - Service Information SIL SB VSB
11.  Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
12.  Documentation Standards
13.  Developing & Authoring Aviation Maintenance Technical Procedures
14.  Control & Distribution of Aviation Technical Notices and Bulletins
15.  Developing & Authoring Aviation Maintenance Technical Procedures


 Q LEARNING OBJECTIVES


To be able to set up and run an Aviation Technical Library and gain familiarity with FAA & EASA Documentation.


 Q ABOUT THIS COURSE


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to one-day classroom training
Category: Part 145
Price: 79.50 EUR


 Q MULTIPLE COURSES/USERS DISCOUNTS


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%

For multiple courses/users discount please contact us at team@sassofia.com