Module 9 plus Module 10 for Foreign Part 145 Approval Holders

Part 66 Module 9 and Module 10

SofemaOnline is pleased to announce the availability of a dedicated training program for EASA Third Country Part 145 Base, Line & Component Maintenance Organisations, Part 66 Module 9 & Part 66 Module 10 online training which taken together are available as a specially priced package.

EASA requires that Third Country Part 145 Certifying Staff are familiar with and can demonstrate completion of EASA Part 66 Training appropriate to Module 9 Human Factors & Module 10 Air Legislation.

The online support for EASA Foreign Part-145 approval holders is specifically developed to meet the needs of Base, Line & Component Maintenance Organisation, In Accordance with the requirements of EASA document UG.CAO.00126-003 & CAO.00121-004 


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Highly Competitive Pricing Program

Normal Online Price for the 2 courses is 405 USD, however offered as a package the program is competitively priced at 299 USD / Delegate (Equivalent to 8 days of Classroom Training).

EASA Part 66 – Module 9 – Human Factors Training for Foreign Part 145 Approval Holders

Duration equivalent to 3-day classroom training
Category: Part 66
Price: 165.00 USD

EASA Part 66 – Module 10 – Aviation Legislation for Foreign Part 145 Approval Holders

Duration equivalent to 5-day classroom training
Category: Part 66
Price: 240.00 USD

Sofema Online is supported by AETS-Sofema an EASA Part 147 Type Training Organisation Approval Ref BG.147.0005

Providing an online solution to prepare your EASA 145 Components, engines and APU organisations certifying staff is an extremely cost-effective way of managing the ongoing competency and support for the training needs of your certifying staff.

Please contact to discuss further how we can support you certifying staff competence development

Certification Staff Competence Management Procedures

How does Third Country Approved EASA Part 145 Organisations release components released to service following component maintenance activities?

All components are released by an authorised person who signs an EASA Form 1 to release the component as a serviceable component, following the accomplishment of servicing, rectification, modification etc. In accordance with applicable approved data.

A Component CRS is certified by a person who has the knowledge back ground, experience, and competence to validate that all work has been performed to prepare the component for service.

The Component Certifying Staff (CC/S) shall be able to demonstrate he/she received appropriate theoretical and practical component training and :-

Initial Human Factor training According to 145.A.30(e) and GM 1 145.A.30 (e) syllabus 3

MOE and internal procedures applicable to CC/S (including issuance of EASA form 1).

Note – In addition, where needed, the CC/S shall demonstrate he/she received appropriate training on:

Fuel Tank Safety items & CDCCL as applicable (refer to Appendix IV to AMC to 145.A.30(e) and 145.B.10(3) for further details);
Language knowledge - The CC/S shall be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of the language in which the maintenance data is published AND English.

Human Factor and Aviation Legislation Training - The CC/S shall be able to demonstrate he/she received a training on:

Human factors referred to in module 9 of Appendix I to Annex III (EASA Part-66) & training on aviation legislation referred to in module 10 of Appendix I to Annex III (EASA Part- 66):

The maintenance organisation shall ensure and be in a position to demonstrate that the human factors and aviation legislation training syllabus and the training level are compliant to the syllabus and the level (B1/B2) of training of Appendix I to Annex III (EASA Part-66).

NOTE - The demonstration process is left to the discretion of the maintenance organisation.