Aircraft Inspection Techniques

Inspection-PicThe Maintenance process has come a long way over the last decades – however the success of the entire process is dependent on the ability of the maintenance staff not just to perform inspections in the best way but to understand why they are performing inspections.(the criteria by which the object is being measured ! (It is this knowledge which makes the difference and makes you into an effective inspector)

Aircraft Inspection is quite possibly one of the most important tasks that you as a certifying engineer will perform. The purpose of this training is to raise awareness regarding best practice and appropriate considerations when performing maintenance inspections. the course also considers the different forms of corrosion which are typically found within the aviation environment, as well as Fuel System Microbiological Contamination.

To further develop an understanding regarding the need for effective aircraft maintenance inspection.

To consider the potential for unidentified deterioration. 

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- Introduction
- Abbreviations
- Introduction to MSG-3
- Regulatory Standards and Requirements for Inspection
- Causes of Corrosion
- Types of Corrosion
- How good are your Corrosion Control Assessment and Maintenance Procedures?
- Aircraft Fuel Tank Microbiological Concerns
- Considering Different types of Inspection GVI / DVI / SI 
- Performing an Effective Aircraft Maintenance Inspection
- Human Factor Considerations related to Aircraft Inspection 
- Development of Competence Practical Inspection Training

About this course

Course type: Presentation without voice over
Approximate duration: up to 7 hours training
Category: Part 145
Price: 77.50 USD


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