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Transition from Part-M Subpart G to Part-CA(M)O / June 9, 2021

The registration for this date is now closed. Please see our upcoming course or send us a request at virtual@147training.com for further details.


ABOUT

The training course is designed to provide the attendees with understanding of the revised structure of Regulation (EU) 1321/2014 with a focus on the new Annex Vc (Part-CAMO). It also explains the steps to be undertaken to transfer the Part-M Subpart G approval to the new Part-CAMO approval.

This one-day course is a recap of the concept of continuing airworthiness and understanding of the high level roles and responsibilities of relevant stakeholders.


START DATE

June 9, 2021


DURATION

4 hours


LANGUAGE

English


TARGET GROUP

  • Aviation Engineering and Planning;
  • CAMO;
  • Airworthiness;
  • Quality staff.

TRAINING FORMAT

  • Virtual Classroom Training, instructor-led, real-time;
  • 4 hours of instruction with appropriate breaks (participation mandatory);
  • 1 hour of assisted learning for questions and discussion (participation optional);
  • An individual copy of the training material provided in digital form.

MINIMUM ATTENDANCE

90% of total training time


EXAMINATION FORMAT

No examination


PRE-REQUISITES

The attendees should have working knowledge of the English language as all training will be delivered in English


HARDWARE/SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

Each attendee must be equipped with a personal computer with:

  • Web Camera;
  • Audio speakers;
  • Microphone;
  • ZOOM video conferencing service installed;
  • Sufficient Internet connection.

Students shall be at a fixed location which allows to concentrate on studying without undue distraction or discomfort.


CERTIFICATION

Upon completion of the course, a Certificate is issued by an EASA Part-147 approved organisation


PRICE

250 EUR per seat


MINIMUM NUMBER OF ATTENDEES IN THE GROUP

10 attendees



INSTRUCTOR


Victor Edinovich

Senior Avionics Engineer at Engineering and Planning Department, FL Technics

  • 10 years of teaching experience;
  • 15+ years of professional experience in the industry;
  • Expert in such areas as Engineering & Planning, Aircraft Maintenance & Acceptance, Airworthiness, Commercial Aviation;
  • As an Instructor, applies his valuable real-world engineering expertise to illustrate the course material.

Transition from Part-M Subpart G to Part-CA(M)O / June 9, 2021

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