Structure Related Training
Human Factors: Continuation, version 2019 Human Factors is a mandatory requirement for all EASA Part 145 approved organisations as outlined in EASA145.A.30 (e) National Authorities 10 Part Programme. A detailed HF Continuation Training: Exploring the implications of error, organisational safety culture, procedures, safety policy, human limitations and methods of communication in the aviation work place. Foreign Object Debris (FOD), Awareness and Damage Prevention The damage caused by FOD is estimated to cost the aerospace industry $4 billion a year! FOD has the potential to damage an aircraft during critical phases of flight, which can lead to catastrophic loss of life and airframe, and at the very least increased maintenance and operating cost, and dissatisfied passengers in case of any delays. The purpose of this FOD Awareness and Prevention training is to create or increase awareness among all military and commercial aviation related personnel, regarding the prevention of Foreign Object Debris. Aircraft Painting Exterior Aircraft and Component Painting Aviation Painters are involved in the preparation, painting and marking of aircraft and aerospace components. This includes newly manufactured and repainted aircraft. After successfull completion of this painting course the technicians are thoroughly familiar with safe work practices and the rules and regulations affecting their work and workplace. The paint technicians are involved in the set-up and operation of tools and equipment. They must possess a high level of manual dexterity and a strong interest in aircraft painting. They must also be able to work with others co-operatively and follow directives precisely. Sealant Compound Application Protect your aircraft from corrosion High demands are made on today’s aircraft with respect to comfort, fuel consumption, noise reduction and above all: Safety. Sealing seams and joints contributes greatly to this security. It is therefore important to train how to apply sealant compound properly Structural Repair Manual, damage recognition, assessment and reporting Understand and Work with Aircraft Technical Documentation The course will give the participants the basic skills and confidence in how to use the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) to perform damage assessment, to select repair procedure, understand the repair method and design repairs within the limits of the Structural Repair Manual (SRM). The course includes repair case studies that require the student to determine part identification, allowable damage limits, and detail metallic and composites repair options.