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EASA Part 66/147

The objective of this course is to gain the necessary insight into the regulations, to ensure your
Approved training organisation is in compliance and operates effectively. We will explain how the Part 147 and Part 66 link with other EASA parts and we discuss the requirements for training staff and documentation, together with the steps necessary to gain and maintain an approval. With this course we will offer a fun and interactive workshop that will address the elements of developing good and effective Multiple-choice and Essay examinations.

€750,-

Per person (excl. VAT)

Course information

Course Description:

On the first training day a solid foundation for the knowledge of the EASA Part-66 and Part-147
regulations is laid down. In the continuation of training, the focus we be on the practical side of a Part-147 approval and the preservation thereof. Finally, there will be a workshop on the last day, where participants are exposed to the art of making effective examination in compliance with Part-66. At the conclusion of the training the participants will be equipped with the necessary understanding and information to undertake objective regulatory compliance auditing. The learning objectives will be tested throughout the course by means of a multiple-choice examination and general feedback from the participants.

 

Course Objectives:

The objective of this course is to gain the necessary insight into the regulations, to ensure your
Approved training organisation is in compliance and operates effectively. We will explain how the Part 147 and Part 66 link with other EASA parts and we discuss the requirements for training staff and documentation, together with the steps necessary to gain and maintain an approval. With this course we will offer a fun and interactive workshop that will address the elements of developing good and effective Multiple-choice and Essay examinations.

 

Learning objectives:

SKILLS:

  • Apply a more flexible approach to training organisation and licence training compliance
  • Advise your own organisations on the current regulatory (training) best practice
  • Effectively question and align processes and business practice with the requirements of Part 147 and Part 66

ATTITUDE:

  • Having the confidence and competence to discuss Part 147 and Part 66 with the EASA
    Competent Authority regulatory staff

 

Regulatory requirement compliance:

The course will be delivered within the context of and making reference to ICAO standards (Annex 1 Personnel Licensing) and the EU regulatory framework, European Commission Regulation (EU) No1321/2014 annex I and II (Including amendment Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1088 and Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1536).

 

Prerequisites:

The expected participants of the training course will be Personnel in the following disciplines:

  • Civil Aviation Authority Inspectors responsible for Part-66 licence issue and oversight of Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisations (MTO’s)
  • Part 147 form 4 holders
  • Part 147 theoretical and practical instructors
  • Aircraft Maintenance Technicians

These persons should have a reasonable basic understanding of the applicable international and
national regulations in advance of the training course. It is also expected they will have all held
representative positions within the aviation industry, either with a NAA, operator, continuing
airworthiness management organisation or maintenance organisation.

 

Course Topics

This training consists of five different modules, containing content and workshops

Module 1: overview of basic regulation

  • International legal environment; the structure of EASA and European regulations
  • Basic Regulations EC 216/2008 and Implementing Rules on Continuing
    Airworthiness (EU) No 1321/2014
  • Part 66 and 147 and the link to EASA Part M and 145 (Part 66 Licence
    levels A, B1, B2, B3 and C)

Module 2: Part 66/147 objectives and field of application

  • MTO Form 4 holder and management responsibilities
  • Basic Training and Type Training
  • Theoretical and Practical Training
  • OJT and experience requirements in Part 145/M environment

Module 3: Detailed EASA Part 66/147 requirements, AMC and GM

  • (EU) No 1321/2014 Annex III (Part 66) Section A and B
    (Including amendment Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1088 and
    Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1536)
  • (EU) No 1321/2014 Annex IV (Part 147) Section A and B
    (Including amendment Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1088 and
    Commission Regulation (EU) 2015/1536)

Module 4: Running an effective Part 147 approval

  • The organisation
  • Documentation
  • Planning and control
  • Examination

Module 5: Workshop

  • Workshop MCQ Questions
  • Workshop Essay writing

 

Course Duration:

2 days (starting at 09:00 both days and ending at approximately 16:00).

Materials used

Required Materials:

A list of required materials the student must use or purchase for the training.

 

Supplemental Materials:

Bring along a notebook and pen if you require to make written notes.

Hardware and Software requirements

Hardware requirements:

A reliable computer with internet connection is necessary to complete the online training.

 

Software requirements:

There is no software deemed necessary for  this  training.

 

Browser information:

We recommend that you use Google Chrome during the course and online examination.

Instructor information

Instructor credentials:

Mr. Danny Goergen has over 10 years of experience in the aviation industry. After several years working as an aircraft mechanic, he graduated as Bachelor in Aviation Engineering and started as a process engineer in an EASA Part 145 approved component repair shop.

Within this organisation he had two EASA Form 4 positions as Technical Manager and Quality Assurance Manager. In this last position he developed himself as an internal trainer, providing training in EASA/FAA/CAAC Part 145 regulations, Human Factors and Company Processes an Procedures.

While working for this organization as a Quality Assurance Manager and qualified Human Factors trainer, he had the ambition to consult, support and provide training not only for his employer, but also to offer these services to other organizations in the aviation industry.

In October 2009, Danny Goergen founded Holland Aviation Consultancy & Engineering (HACE).

Besides providing consultancy and training services to the aviation industry, on behalf of HACE, he also founded an online training platform, that facilitates the several HACE online training courses, such as Human Factors, EWIS target group 1-6 and Fuel Tank Safety Training.

At the moment Mr. Danny Goergen is, on behalf of HACE, contracted in several interim quality management positions. Two of his clients are Part 147 approved Aviation Competence Centre (ACC, AMC66), where he holds the EASA form 4 position of Quality Assurance Manager. Besides managing the Part 147 quality system, he is also responsible for training their staff in EASA Part 66-147 regulations awareness and MTOE procedures.

 

Contact information:

Mr. Danny Goergen can be contacted via e-mail (danny.goergen@hace.aero)

Assessment and grading

Testing procedure:

Students will perform an (online) examination with Multiple-choice questions. A laptop or tablet with WiFi internet connection is needed to complete this examination.

 

Grading procedure:

This examination needs to be passed with a minimum passrate of 75% in order to receive a certificate of course completion.

Assignments and Participation

Assignments and Projects:

Optional: In this course, we will review typical Part 147 MTO audit findings and we will review actual Part-147 MTO basic training material, (practice) Multiple-choice and Essay Examinations.

 

Class Participation:

Students must communicate with other Students in the chatroom.

Students are expected to communicate with instructor as a learning resource.

Students are actively participating in discussions.

Course ground rules

Participation is required, expected to communicate with other students in team projects, learn how to navigate in the learning environment system, keep abreast of course announcements, use the student e-mail address opposed to a personal e-mail address. Address technical problems immediately and observe course netiquette at all times.

€750,-

Per person (excl. VAT)

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