RVSM Operations, Continued Airworthiness & Maintenance Practices with VO

Part M

Brochure ButtonRVSM (Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum) allows flight at FL290 and above with only 1000′ of vertical separation. RVSM requires particular tasks to be developed specifically to support the requirement of ensuring effective RVSM processes and procedures.

This course provides a detailed understanding of RVSM continued airworthiness maintenance requirements. The key requirements call for special consideration of RVSM critical tasks to ensure safety and compliance. It is most important for maintenance staff to be familiar with all associated RVSM regulations and maintenance related to the requirements for the issue and maintenance of RVSM approval.

This course focuses on the needs of the Part M Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Organization (CAMO) Maintenance Staff and Aircraft Maintenance Organization (AMO) Part 145. It is also appropriate for operations technical staff and quality assurance auditors.


Regulatory Authority Members, Flight Safety Department Managers, and Inspectors with operational oversight responsibilities.​Operations Accountable Managers and proposed Nominated Persons (NP) Flight OPS, Maintenance Planning (CAMO) and Maintenance OPS (145), Crew Training and Ground Ops, Compliance Monitoring Managers (Quality Managers) and Auditors, Safety Managers, Flight Safety Officers, Flight Operations Officers, and Cabin Crew Management.


a) Understand the regulatory requirements to control and manage all RVSM maintenance-related elements.

b) Be able to implement quality control processes and procedures related to RVSM maintenance OPS.

c) Understand the requirements related to quality and safety organizational obligations, including quality assurance (QA) and quality control (QC).

d) Communicate RVSM requirements and Motivate staff to ensure effective RVSM system performance.


1. Abbreviations & Terms
2. Introduction to RVSM Operations for Flight Crew
3. RVSM Regulatory Background and Requirements EASA
4. EASA RVSM Continuing Airworthiness Considerations
5. EASA Operational Approval & Mandatory Reporting
6. RVSM Regulatory Background and Requirements FAA
7. Future Developments - Use of ADS-B Out to Support RVSM OPS
8. RVSM Continued Airworthiness (Maintenance Requirements)
9. Maintenance Program Approval Requirements for RVSM
10. RVSM Maintenance Document Review Requirements
11. RVSM Maintenance Best Practices
12. Maintenance Training Requirements
13. RVSM Test Equipment


The course is intended for maintenance personnel, engineers, and technicians who are responsible for ensuring the continued airworthiness and safe operation of aircraft in RVSM airspace. It is also suitable for aviation professionals who are involved in the management and oversight of maintenance programs and regulatory compliance.


To familiarize current AOC holders and other operational and concerned personnel in maintenance management and operations with a detailed understanding of the EASA Part OPS structure and environment related to RVSM.


Course type: Presentation with voice over
Duration equivalent to 1/2-day classroom training
Category: Part M
Price: 63 EUR


3 to 5 courses/delegates - 5%
6 to 10 courses/delegates - 10%
11 to 24 courses/delegates - 15%
25 to 49 courses/delegates - 20%
> 50 courses/delegates - 25%

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