EASA Part M Continuing Airworthiness (including SEARIF)

2 day course | Malaysia & In-company Delivery
  • Classroom courses in Malaysia
  • To gain an understanding of the relevance of Subpart G (Continuing Airworthiness Management) and Subpart I (Airworthiness Review Certificates) as appropriate to their aircraft and individual roles
  • Learn the skills to realise the potential problems with Part M implementation and how to avoid these
  • Understand how these regulations might be implemented in their related fields
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What is an EASA Part M Continuing Airworthiness?

EASA Part M Continuing Airworthiness means all of the processes ensuring that, at any time in its operating life, the aircraft complies with airworthiness requirements in force and is in a condition for safe operation.

Course Overview

This course provides delegates with an introduction to EASA Part M including SEARIF (South East Asia Regional Initiative Forum) Part M and CAA Malaysia Part M. It provides a working knowledge review of both EASA Part M, CAA Malaysia Part M and SEARIF Part M, its regulatory structure, subparts and guidance material. This course will enable an understanding of the continuing airworthiness responsibilities of an Operator, Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations, and Contracted Organisations.

This course is suitable for individuals working in, or with oversight of the Continuing Airworthiness Management of all aircraft types. It is equally suitable for both commercial and non-commercial owners and operators.

This training course will include the following topics:

  • Introduction to high-level applicable regulations, including the role of EASA and continuing airworthiness, including reference to CAA Malaysia Part M and SEARIF Part M
  • Airworthiness and Continuing Airworthiness concepts
  • EASA Part M, including CAA Malaysia Part M (AN 6101 and 6102) and SEARIF Part M overview, its Subparts and guidance material
  • Detailed review of Subparts B, C, D, E, F, G, H and I and for CAA Malaysia, paragraphs in ANs 6101/6102
  • Practical examples of EASA Part M/CAA Malaysia Part M / SEARIF Part M implementation and how to avoid potential problems

By the end of this course, delegates will demonstrate understanding of the following through practical exercises, review of case studies, and group discussions:

  • The relevance of Subpart G (Continuing Airworthiness Management) and Subpart I (Airworthiness Review Certificates) as appropriate to their aircraft and individual roles
  • Potential problems with Part M implementation and how to avoid these
  • How these regulations might be implemented in their related fields

Delegates should review the EASA Part M regulation and its Subparts. Delegates attending from SEARIF Member States should review the SEARIF Document. Delegates from Malaysia should review CAA Malaysia Part M in ANs 6101 / 6102).

Meet your Instructors

Devan Ramasamy

EASA Part M Continuing Airworthiness (including SEARIF)
EASA Part 145 including DCA Malaysia Notice 6501 (CAA Malaysia Part 145 Maintenance Organisation Approval)
Safety Management Systems – Principles and Applications (MAvA)
Techniques in Auditing Approved Organisations
Maintenance Steering Group (MSG) 3 – An Overview Course
Auditing of NDT Disciplines 
Reliability and Maintenance Programme Management

Devan has been with the UK CAA since 1998 and has about 52 years’ experience in the aviation industry, spread across both GA and large aircraft. He has worked with Airlines / MROs based overseas and in the UK. Devan holds an EASA Licence in Cats B2/limited B1 and C. He is a Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society and an Incorporated Engineer with the UK Engineering Council.

Additional Information

Course delivery methods

This course can only be attended in-person at one of our training venues. At present, this course is not delivered virtually online.

  • Face-to-Face Classroom Course: Embrace the traditional learning method by attending our physical training venue. Benefit from direct interaction with our instructors and fellow participants, creating an immersive and hands-on learning experience. To book a classroom course, please check the booking table at the top of this page and select your preferred training venue location.

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Further reading

EASA Part 145 – Maintenance Organisation Approvals
Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Materials (GM)

Delivery Methods: Classroom

This course can be delivered face-to-face in classroom at our Malaysia training centre.

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In-company delivery

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