Logistics & Stores Inspection Part 3 EASA Stores Technical Procedures & Additional Training


EASA Storage Technical Procedures Including Additional Training RequirementsLogistics & Stores Inspection Part 3 EASA Stores Technical Procedures & Additional Training

Whilst the Aviation EASA Part 145, Supply Chain is often taken for granted, the reality paints a different picture. The entire process including the various stores and tooling control systems should be a cornerstone of a successful organisation.

SofemaOnline is pleased to offer this 3 Part Program specifically to deliver the knowledge required to build competence within the EASA Compliant Aviation Store.

The program covers several areas you will not find in other training courses and ensures the supply chain personnel are made aware of the criticality of the product they purchase and manage.

With optimisation the organisation may develop lean processes which complement the logistics and production management and lead to improved efficiency related to the usage of tooling and material.

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EASA Aviation Supply Chain - Logistics & Stores Inspection Online Training Program

Consisting of:

Part 1 Introduction and Regulatory Background to an EASA Compliant Storage System.
Part 2 Storage Facility Management Guidance and Inspection of Product within an EASA Store
Part 3 EASA Storage Technical Procedures Including Additional Training Requirements

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Part 3 EASA Storage Technical Procedures Including Additional Training Requirements

In Part 3 we look at the process of Component Control and Repair Order Management. The requirements related to Life Limited Components and Configuration. To consider the Role of Engineering specifically related to Service Bulletins SB, Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) and Configuration Control as well as the FAA PMA process.

Considering the Fabrication of parts as an EASA Part 145 process, Electro Static Discharge Sensitive – ESDS, Suspect Parts, ATA 300 packaging and Return to Service of Aircraft Items Recovered from Aircraft Involved in Accidents / Incidents

Finally, to consider Dangerous Goods and the Disposal of Hazardous Waste.

Content

Abbreviations
Component Control and Management of Repair Orders
Life Limited Components and Configuration Control
The Role of Engineering Technical Services – Service Bulletins (SB)
Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) and Configuration Control
Parts Manufacturing Authority PMA / EPA
Fabrication of Parts
Dangerous Goods Storage, Packing, and Prepration for Shipping
ESDS – Electro Static Discharge Sensitive
The Problem of Bogus Parts
ATA 300 Packing Requirements
Handling and Storage of Chemicals
Disposal of Aircraft Components and Hazardous Waste including Dangerous Goods

What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?

This package is designed to cover all elements which are essential to the management of an EASA compliant functioning Store incoming goods inspection process.

To provide attendees with: A detailed practical understanding of the requirements to deliver a fully functioning Stores and to perform the Role of Stores Inspector.

a) Understand the processes which drive effective incoming inspection.
b) Be able to explain the regulations which cover both EASA Part 145 & EASA Part M related to the Incoming Acceptance and Certification of Aviation Parts and Material.
c) Understand the Logistics Process for staff involved in the Stores Environment.
d) Understand the process of managing documentation related to airworthiness and Receipt Certification principles.
e) Understand the principles of Electrostatic Inspection.
f) Review the problems associated with suspect and bogus parts EASA / FAA

Who is the package for

It is for anyone requiring a detailed understanding of EASA Compliant Stores and Logistics Process.
The Course will also benefit Quality Audit Staff to raise a detailed awareness to support the audit process.
It is for anyone requiring a detailed awareness of EASA Part 145 Stores & Logistics Processes including Inspection.
The course will be of interest to New Entrants in Stores & Logistics wishing to understand the regulations related to Stores Management & Inspection.

Learning Objectives

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 process 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 own local procedures for use in Stores and Goods Inspection areas.
- To review the problems associated with bogus parts where to verify status.

About this course

Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 1-day classroom training
Category: Part 145
Price: 75.00 EUR

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2 to 4 courses/delegates - 10%
5 to 9 courses/delegates - 15%
10 to 24 courses/delegates - 20%
25 to 49 courses/delegates - 30%
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