This course is aimed at Planners, Part M CAW Managers, Part 145 Maintenance Managers, Contracts Managers and other Interested Parties.
The Aims of the course are to give delegates an insight into the requirements and essential aspects of maintenance planning that enable the economic management of maintenance, to an audience who are otherwise unfamiliar with many aspects of basic planning.
It includes elements on regulatory requirements, principles & methodology of maintenance & production planning, performance management and maintenance record requirements.
After this course delegates will:
- Have a comprehensive understanding and working knowledge of planning in the workplace.
- Be able to apply planning principles in most aspects of maintenance planning.
- Leave with an appreciation of maintenance planning and it’s regulatory and legal requirements.
- Gain an understanding of the role of planning in establishing a productive organisation whilst maintaining the balance between Quality, Cost & Delivery requirements.
The benefits of attending the course are
- To provide delegates with enough knowledge about maintenance planning requirements and constraints that they shall be able to demonstrate the techniques of pre planning to other colleagues/managers in the same or related business areas.
- The course is not intended to interact with software systems, however benefits will include identifying the requirements, controls and restraints whereby the delegate then has the knowledge to use within their own operating system to better advantage/planning etc.
The key topics of the course are
1. Regulatory Framework
1.2 Basic Regulation
1.3 Implementing Rules
1.4 Acceptable Means of Compliance
1.5 Guidance Material
1.6 Continuing Airworthiness Management of Aircraft
1.7 Part M Subpart G
1.8 Part 145
2. Planning Overview
2.1 Quality, Cost & Delivery
2.2 Planning Objectives, Definitions & Philosophy
2.4 Planning Relationships