Aviation Maintenance Management-(Diploma-Postgraduate)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
In Brussels (Belgium) and Amsterdam (Netherlands)

£ 20,000 - (Rs 17,05,933)
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Description


Suitable for: Aviation Maintenance Specialists. Aviation Engineers. Thermodynamic Specials. Mechanical Engineers. Aircraft Manufacturers. Aircraft Fleet Managers. Aircraft Maintenance Managers. Aviation Entrepreneurs. Aircraft Pilots. Aircraft 1st Officers. Air Force Maintenance Crew. Aircraft Maintenance Technicians. Aviation Safety Officers. Aircraft Operators. Others with a genuine interest of acquiring knowledge and expertise of aircraft maintenance management

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Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
Amsterdam
Damrak 1-5, 1012, Noord Holland, Netherlands
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Flexible
Flexible
Brussels
Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest, Belgium
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Course programme

Course Contents, Concepts and Issues

Aviation Maintenance Management (1)

Fundamentals of Aviation Management

Part 1 – Why We Have To Do Maintenance

· Thermodynamics Revisited

· A Saw Blade has Width

· The Role of the Engineer

· The Role of the Mechanic

· Two Types of Maintenance

· Reliability

· Redesign

· Failure Rate Patterns

· Other Maintenance Considerations

· Establishing a Maintenance Program

Part 2 – Development of Maintenance Program

· Introduction

· The Maintenance Steering Group (Approach)

· Process-Oriented Maintenance

· Task-Oriented Maintenance

· The Current MSG Process – MSG-3

· The Maintenance Program Documents

· Maintenance Intervals Defined

· Changing Basic Maintenance Interval

Part 3 – Definition, Goals and Objectives

· Definitions of Important Terms

· Maintenance

· Inherent Reliability

· Mechanics, Technicians, Maintainers, Engineers

· Word Pairs Used in Aviation

· Goals and Objectives of Maintenance

· Maintenance Program Content

· Discussion of the Five Objectives

Part 4 – Aviation Industry Certification Requirements

· Introduction

· Aircraft Certification

· Delivery Inspection

· Operator Certification

· Certification of Personnel

· Aviation Industry Interaction

Part 5 – Documentation for Maintenance

· Types of Documentation

· ATA Document Standards

· A Close Look at the TPPM

Part 6 – Requirements for Maintenance Program

· Objectives of a Maintenance Program

· Aviation Maintenance Program Outlined (AC 120-16D)

· Summary of FAA Requirements

· Additional Maintenance Program Requirements

Part 7 – The Maintenance and Engineering Organisation

· Organisation of Maintenance and Engineering

· Organisational Structure

· The M&E Organisational Chart

· General Groupings

· Manager Level Functions – Technical Service Directorate

· Manager Level Functions – Aircraft Maintenance Directorate

· Manager Level Functions – Overall Shops Directorate

· Manager Level Functions – Materiel Directorate

· Manager Level Functions – Maintenance Program

· Evaluation Directorate

· Summary of Management Levels

· Organizational Structure and the TPPM

· Variations from the Typical Organisation

Aviation Maintenance Management (2)

Aviation Technical Services

Part 8 – Engineering

· Makeup Engineering

· Mechanics and Engineers

· Engineering Department Functions

· Engineering Order Preparation

Part 9 – Production, Planning and Control

· Introduction

· Forecasting

· Production Planning

· Production Control

· Feedback for Planning

· Organisation of PP&C

Part 10 – Technical Publications

· Introduction

· Functions of Technical Publications

· Airline Libraries

· Control of Publications

· Distribution

Part 11 – Technical Training

· Introduction

· Organisation

· Training for Aviation Maintenance

· Maintenance Resources Management

· Airframe Manufacturer’s Training Courses

· Other Airline Training Courses

Part 12 – Computer Support

· What is a Computer?

· Airline Uses Computers

· Computer Program Modules

· Selecting a Computer System

Part 13 – The Art and Science of Troubleshooting

· Introduction

· Three Levels of Trouble Shooting

· Knowledge of Malfunctions

· Knowledge is Power

· Building Your Own Knowledge Base

· Understanding the Sequence of Events

· Eight basic Concepts of Troubleshooting

Aviation Maintenance Management (3)

Aviation Maintenance and Materiel Support

Part 14 – Line-Maintenance (on-Aircraft)

· Makeup of Line

· Functions of Control Maintenance

· Maintenance Control Centres Responsibility

· Line Maintenance Operations – General

· Aircraft Logbook

· Ramp and Terminal Operations

· Other Line Maintenance Activities

· Line Station Activities

· Maintenance Crew Requirements

· Morning Meeting

Part 15 – Hangar Maintenance (on-Aircraft)

· Introduction

· Organisation of Hangar Maintenance

· Problem Areas in Hangar Maintenance

· Maintenance Support Shops

· Ground Support Equipment

· Hangar Maintenance Activity – A Typical “C” Check

Part 16 – Maintenance and Overhaul Shops (off-Aircraft)

· Organisation of Overhaul Shops

· Types of Shops

· Operation of Overhaul Shops

Part 17 – Materiel Support

· Organisation and Function of Materiel

· The Materiel Directorate

· M&E Support Functions of Materiel

· Other Materiel Functions

Part 18 – Human Factors in Maintenance

· Background

· Basic Definitions

· Human Factors and Systems Engineering

· Goals of the System Versus Goals of the Users

· Designing for the Human Interface

· Human Factors in Maintenance

· Human Factors Responsibilities

· Safety

Aviation Maintenance Management (4)

Aviation Management Oversight Functions and Basic Systems Engineering

Part 19 – Quality Assurance

· Requirement for Quality Assurance (QA)

· Quality Audits

· ISO 9000 Quality Standards

· Technical Records

· Other Functions of QA

Part 20 – Quality Control

· Introduction

· Quality Control Organisation

· FAA and JAA Differences

· QC Inspector’s Qualifications

· Basic Inspection Policies

· Other QC Activities

Part 21 – Reliability

· Introduction

· Types of Reliability

· A Definition of Reliability

· A Reliability Program

· Elements of a Reliability Program

· Other Functions of the Reliability Program

· Administration and Management of Reliability Program

Part 22 – Investigation of Reliability Alerts

· Introduction

· Alert Investigation – A Cross Functional Activity

· Zeroing in on the Problem

· About the Alert Analysis Flow Charts

Part 23 – Maintenance Safety

· Industrial Safety

· Safety Regulations

· Maintenance Safety Program

· General Responsibilities for Safety

· General Safety Rules

· Accident and Injury Reporting

Part 24 – Systems Engineering

· Introduction

· Systematic Versus Systems Approach

· Systems Engineering

· Definitions

· System Interface Control

· System Optimization

· An example of a System – The “Onion-Layered” Structure