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Part 145- Metallic Structure Damage Evaluation and Reporting Gain confidence: structural identification, allowable damage limits and repairable damage limits, reporting of damages

€ 820 ex VAT

This course enables the participant to become confident with the damage evaluation of metalic aircraft structure to determine the appropriate allowable damage in accordance to either the Airbus or Boeing Structural Repair Manual. Practical usage of measurement tools, damage mapping and SRM usage will help to achieve these objectives.

 

This course satisfies ATA 104 Level IV objectives.

 

Course Information:

Training Locations: Netherlands, Singapore or On-Site.

Course ID: MSI015.

Course Duration: 2 Working days.

 

Classroom Training:

  • Metallic structue damage classification.
  • Determination of damage size and location.
  • Damage reporting.
  • Using the various types of SRM.
  • SRM usage up to allowable damage.

 

Practical training (classroom):

  • Measuring of different damages on metallic structure mock-ups.
  • Damage reporting.
  • Determination of allowable damage.

 

Learning Methods:

Different training material will be combined:

  • Documentation in printed or digital form.
  • Computer Based Training.
  • Technical documentation.

 

Examination:

The practical exercises will be assessed individually. 

Part 145- Metallic Structure Damage Evaluation and Reporting Gain confidence:  structural identification, allowable damage limits and repairable damage limits, reporting of damages

What

The student will be prepared to use the Structural Repair Manual and Aircraft Maintenance Manual and Component Maintenace Manual (SRM,AMM and CMM) to find the inspection and repair data for metallic structures. It includes structural identification, allowable damage limits and repairable damage limits, reporting of damages.  

Who

This courses is developed for:

  • Aircraft Technicians
  • Inspectors
  • NDT inspector
  • Engineers
  • Part 21

Why

The course will give the participants the basic skills and confidence in to work with the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) to perform damage assessment, to select repair procedure, understand the repair method and to report a damage according OEM preferred way of communicating.

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