EASA Part M/ Part CAMO including CAA Malaysia Part M – Continuing Airworthiness Management – Virtual Training
2.5-day course | Virtual Training
- Virtual training delivery during COVID-19
- Gain detailed understanding of EASA Part M, EASA CAMO and CAA Malaysia Part M
- Learn the skills to realise the potential problems with Part M and Part CAMO implementation and how to avoid these
- Understand how these regulations might be implemented in their related fields
Virtual Training during COVID-19
Given these unprecedented times, we are unable to run our in-person classroom courses. As part of our commitment to supporting your learning and development in a COVID-19 environment, we are pleased to inform you that this course will now be delivered virtually using WebEx video conferencing by Cisco. This means you will still get the same level of expert, award-winning training that you expect from CAAi, but from the safety and convenience of your remote working location.
The course will be streamed live, starting at 09:00 am (Kuala Lumpur time). Please see below for other time zones.
- London: 02:00
- Kuwait City: 04:00
- Bangkok: 08:00
- Singapore: 09:00
- Canberra: 11:00
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.
This course provides delegates with a detailed knowledge of EASA Part M, EASA Part CAMO and CAA Malaysia Part M Continuing Airworthiness Management. Including differences where appropriate between EASA Part M and CAAM Part M. It includes a review of CAA Part M, its Subparts and airworthiness guidance material.
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, operators and maintenance organisations. As CAA Malaysia introduces AN 6501/AN 6502 for MROs, individual/organizations involved in these Maintenance Approvals should also consider attending.
This training course will include the following topics:
- Introduction to aviation organisations in Malaysia on the concepts of continuing airworthiness management
- Continuing Airworthiness regulations in EASA and CAA Malaysia
- CAA Malaysia Part M overview, its paragraphs and guidance material
- Significant differences between EASA Part M and CAA Malaysia Part M
- Detailed review of Part M Subparts B, C, D, E,F, G,H and I
- Practical exercises of Part M implementation.
By the end of this course, delegates will demonstrate understanding of the following through practical exercises and group discussions:
- The relevance of the various Subparts of EASA Part M, EASA Part CAMO and CAA Malaysia Part M.
- The relevance of Part M Subpart G / Part CAMO (Continuing Airworthiness Management) and Subpart I (Airworthiness Review Certificates/Reports) as appropriate to their aircraft and individual roles
- The relevance of CAA Malaysia Airworthiness Notices AN 6101 and AN 6102
- Overview of EASA Part CAO and Part ML
- Potential problems with Part M / Part CAMO implementation and how to avoid these
- How these regulations might be implemented in their related fields.
Delegates should have experience in Continuing Airworthiness or Maintenance.
Delegates should review EASA Part M, EASA Part CAMO and CAA Malaysia Part M regulation (and its Airworthiness Guidance Material).
Review of course
EASA Part M/Part CAMO including CAA Malaysia Part M – Continuing Airworthiness Management Instructor
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)
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.