Reliability and Maintenance Programme Management
4-day course | Virtual (4-hours daily sessions) & In-company training
- Gain an insight in the development, approval and practical oversight of Aircraft Maintenance and Reliability Programmes
- Explore the interactions between design requirements, maintenance programme development, maintenance standards and inspection standards
What is Reliability and Maintenance Programme Management?
Reliability and Maintenance Programme Management refers to the systematic and strategic approach to ensuring the reliability, availability, and optimal performance of assets or systems within an aviation organisation. It involves the coordination of various activities, processes, and resources to maximise asset reliability and minimise downtime, thereby optimising maintenance practices and improving overall operational efficiency.
The course provides delegates with an insight in the development, approval and practical oversight of Aircraft Maintenance and Reliability Programmes. It highlights the significance of the interactions between design requirements, maintenance programme development, maintenance standards and inspection standards.
- 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.
- National Aviation Authorities: In particular, staff members having duties and responsibilities in line with the scope of this course.
This training course will include the following topics:
- ICAO and EU regulations on Maintenance Programmes (MPs) and Reliability Programmes
- The Type Certificate Holder processes, MRB process relating to developing A/C maintenance programmes (AMP)
- Airworthiness Limitations, design requirements relating to scheduled maintenance
- What is MSG? How does MSG 3 compare with MSG2/MSG1?
- Safety Assessment of Systems
- Regulations which will affect the approval, management and development of MPs such as:
- Ageing structures / zonal inspections
- Fuel system safety (CDCCL)
- High intensity radiated frequency (HIRF)/Lightning HIRF
- Electrical wire interconnect systems (EWIS)
- Reliability Programmes and Reports
- The processes associated with operator management of maintenance programmes including escalation and optimisation, engine and component off-wing programmes, alignment/bridging checks
- Generic/Baseline/Low Utilisation Programmes and Customised AMP
- Contents of AMPs for compliance with Authority requirements (EASA Part M)
By the end of this course, delegates will demonstrate understanding of the Maintenance and Reliability Programmes with the use of practical exercises, review of case studies, and group discussions. The main objective is also to reinforce the participants’ knowledge and understanding of the regulatory requirements and practical oversight of Aircraft Maintenance Programmes and Reliability Programmes.
Delegates should have experience in Continuing Airworthiness or Maintenance Management and have a working knowledge of Part M / Part CAMO.
Meet your Instructors
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.
This course can only be attended virtually online. At present, this course is not delivered in-person at one of our training venues.
- Instructor-Led Virtual Course: Enjoy the flexibility of attending this training remotely from your home or office with our live virtual course. Engage in interactive learning from anywhere in the world. What’s more, we have applied a 5% discount on our virtual course. We usually use WebEx or Zoom for our virtual courses.
If you can’t see an upcoming course date, we likely haven’t released the next set of dates. Please get in touch to find out when we’ll announce the new dates, and we’ll be sure to keep you informed once they are available or even add you to our waiting list.
Delegates should review the Part M regulation and its Subparts. Delegates should also review existing Aircraft Maintenance Programmes and Reliability Programmes to get an understanding of the contents, layout and approval process.
• EASA Part M / Part CAMO
Other courses you might be interested in
Part CAMO including Part M
Provides delegates with an introduction to the continuing airworthiness regulations, including the EASA and UK CAA regulations, now the UK has left the EU. It provides a review of the Part CAMO Continuing airworthiness organisation requirements and Part M continuing airworthiness standards.