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ATC 142 - Quality Assurance in Maintenance and Engineering

Code Start Date Duration Venue
ATC 142 15 July 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 142 19 August 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 142 23 September 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 142 28 October 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
ATC 142 02 December 2024 5 Days Istanbul Registration Form Link
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Course Description

Quality Assurance in aviation is defined as a collection of processes designed and implemented to ensure adequate quality exists in both aviation maintenance processes and products. During operation, aircraft (AC) are subject to use, maintenance, repair and disposal. Each of those processes requires adequate quality. A quality management system has a number of components that allow it to accomplish both an oversight function and an in-process inspection function. This course presents requirements related to quality management with which an AC maintenance and engineering. Systems pertaining to both management and technical aspects will be analyzed.

Course Objectives

  • Understand how and why incidents and errors occur in aircraft maintenance and support functions
  • Achieve, and maintain rigorously, the highest safety standards possible
  • Prevent future incidents or accident
  • Explore a variety of investigative techniques
  • Provide detailed reports of all completed investigations

Who Should Attend?

  • Quality control staff
  • Maintenance engineers
  • Quality manager
  • Safety manager
  • Auditors

Course Details/Schedule

Day 1

  • Introduction-Familiarization
  • Regulatory and Theoretical Framework
  • Roles of Management Accountable Manager
  • Quality Manager
  • Safety Manager
  • Nominated Person, Technical
  • Auditors

Day 2

  • Effectiveness of Management Systems
  • Quality Management System
  • Transition from Part M, Subpart G and F to Part-CAMO
  • Differences and Guidelines

Day 3

  • Effectiveness of Management Systems
  • Compliance Monitoring Program
  • Safety Management System
  • Key Concepts: Findings, Occurrence Reporting, Record keeping, contracting-subcontracting

Day 4

  • Human Factors and Management Systems
  • Human capabilities and limitations
  • System Design (Task Card Design)
  • Qualification-Competency
  • Culture Effects
  • Training

Day 5

  • Investigation Methods
  • Audit and LOSA (M)
  • MEDA
  • Case Studies
  • Q&A Section