FAA Training for Aircraft Maintenance Organizations
Are your Audits Meaningful and Productive?
Providing interactive training needs for FAR Part 145 Repair and Maintenance Organizations Including those that use Continuous Analysis Surveillance System (CASS).
Experienced FAA Inspectors/Instructors
Bruce Bessette and Jose Salazar bring with them over 50 years of FAA aviation experience and knowledge. Your instructors have extensive experience in certification and surveillance of FAR Part 145 Maintenance Organization and FAR Part 121 Air Carrier Maintenance Programs as Previous Program Managers and Principal Inspectors(PI).
Bruce and Jose teach these same courses to current FAA Inspectors who are in direct contact with key personnel and technicians. With these course you will receive the same training as FAA Inspectors and other industry professionals.
FAR 145 Repair Station
This 5 day, 40 hour course is designed for anyone who manages a certificated Maintenance Repair Station in accordance with 14 CFR Part 145 regulations or is seeking to obtain certification as one. Also this course is for anyone who has oversite responsibilities for a Repair Station on behalf of a FAR Part 121/135 Air Carrier. This course will cover:
Five Phases of Certification
FAR Parts 145, 91,43, 121/135,
Advisory Circulars, FAA orders and Guidance
RSM/QCM & Training Manuals
Audit Procedures (DCTs and CASS ect.)
Air Carrier Maintenance
Key management personnel responsibilties
FAR 121 CASS
Continuing Analysis and Surveillance Systems (CASS) for Airlines is a four day 32 hour course and is one of the key pillars for an airlines is the Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Program (CAMP)
10 Elements of an Air Carrier Maintenance Program
CASS Organizational Structure
Verification and Validate Effectiveness of Maintenance Programs
Corrective Action and Follow-Up Process
Inspector Roles and Responsibilities
Prices are based on facilities and student numbers. Your instructors come to you and work with your team directly.