Logistics and Stores Incoming Inspection - Recurrent

Part 145 07

Brochure ButtonThe EASA 145 Stores Management and Inspection System is an essential element of the 145 approval. It must be managed and staffed by trained and competent staff.

The course meets the intent of IOSA (MNT 4.5.6 The Operator shall ensure each maintenance organization that performs maintenance for the Operator has a training program that provides for initial and continuation training for receiving inspectors) and Part 145 Stores Inspection competency training.


It is for anyone with an interest who needs a detailed awareness of EASA Part 145 Stores Management & Inspection Procedures.

The course will be of interest to New Entrants in Stores & Logistics wishing to achieve a deep understanding of the regulations applicable to an EASA-compliant store environment.

The Course will also benefit Quality Audit Staff to raise a detailed awareness to support the audit process.


This training is designed to cover all elements that are essential to the effective management and operation of a fully compliant store. This in-depth 2-day training is designed to provide attendees with A detailed practical understanding of the requirements to Manage and Develop an Aviation Store

a) Understand the processes that drive effective management of an EASA Compliant Store

b) Be able to explain the regulations that cover both EASA Part 145 & EASA Part M related to the Logistics Process for staff involved in store management and Receipt Inspection

c) Understand the process of managing documentation related to airworthiness and Receipt Certification principles

d) Understand the principles of Electrostatic Inspection

e) Be able to develop procedures for use in Stores and Goods Inspection

f) Review the problems associated with suspect and suspect parts EASA / FAA

g) Have confidence in full compliance within the supply chain and the ability to perceive opportunities to optimize

h) Be able to demonstrate Part 145 and Part M Supply Chain Compliance to maintain effective QC and to avoid or mitigate problems



2.Frequently Asked Questions

3.Regulatory Background

4.Acceptance of Components as per EASA Part-145

5.Guidance for the Aviation Stores Receiving Inspector

6.Acceptance of Components as per Part M Subpart E

7.Life limited Parts & Back to Birth Traceability

8.PMA Parts

9.Certification Forms (EASA, FAA, Transport Canada)

10.Dual/Triple Certifications

11.The Problem of Suspect Parts

12.Suspect Parts Reporting Procedures


14.Facility Requirements

15.General Stores Procedures

16.Electro Static Discharge Sensitive – ESDS

17.ATA 300

18.SMS & HF

19.D40 Leaflet

20.Handling and Storage of Chemicals

21.Disposal of Aircraft Components and Hazardous Waste


A background in an aviation maintenance environment is an advantage.


To provide attendees with:

A detailed practical understanding of the EASA Regulatory Requirements to Manage and Develop an Aviation Store.

To develop a detailed understanding of the various processes and procedures for staff involved in Stores Management and Receipt Inspection.

Provide the attendees with an understanding of airworthiness and Receipt Certification principles including electrostatic Inspection.

How to develop your local procedures for use in Stores and Goods Inspection areas.

To review the problems associated with suspect parts where to verify status.

The trainee shall demonstrate an understanding of the subjects covered and Practical receipt challenges.


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 2-day classroom training
Category: Part 145
Price: 125 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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