Maintenance Planning Package

MP EOL PicSpecial Package consisting of 5 Aircraft Maintenance Planning courses:

Introduction to Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment

When dealing with the complex technical systems involved in air transport the consequences of unreliable services become critical and may include a high cost of operation, a loss of productivity, incidents, and exposure to accidents which could even impact the company’s marketplace position. The Maintenance Planning function is critical to the integrity of the organisation and this course introduces the student to the EASA compliant Maintenance Planning Process.

Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment Fundamentals

The essential purpose of Aircraft Maintenance is to either return a defective system or component to serviceability or to maintain the aircraft system, component or structure in an airworthy condition.

In reality it was understood that schedule overhaul did not have a particular impart on the reliability of a component – unless there was a dominant failure mode evident (Thus calling into question the associated rational in performing the overhaul).

A second understanding concerns the fact that there are many items for which there is no “effective maintenance activity” for scheduled hard time maintenance.

Aircraft Maintenance Planning Management and Development in an EASA Environment

The Management processes associated with the role of the Maintenance Planning Function is of significant importance when considering the various challenges associated with developing and optimising the various processes involved in the controls.

Maintenance costs can be driven down without compromising quality; in addition asset values can be maintained or increased without excessive expenditure. This course considers several key areas where the management and development of the EASA Maintenance Planning Function may be influenced and supported.

Aircraft Maintenance Planning Optimization Processes in an EASA Environment

We all know that maintenance is a significant driver of cost to the airline, therefore anything which can lead to a decrease in these costs without impacting safety or reliability is highly relevant to the planning process.

Often there are gaps in our understanding of all related cost considerations so a major factor to consider becomes the measurement of both the cost and the value of the maintenance process.

This course considers elements factors and opportunities which can enable optimization of the planning process.

Advanced Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment

We operate aircraft within a heavily regulated industry which maintains a set of mandatory standards which we need to meet or exceed. Compliance with the aircraft maintenance program is the method by which we demonstrate we are meeting these requirements.

The Aircraft Maintenance Process is a major cost centre within the aircraft operating environment and provides also a significant opportunity to deliver optimization and saving.

This course looks at several advanced subjects which are directly involved in the delivery of effective Aircraft Maintenance Planning.

About this course

Course type: Promo Package
Package consists of: 
Introduction to Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment
Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment Fundamentals
Aircraft Maintenance Planning Management and Development in an EASA Environment
Aircraft Maintenance Planning Optimization Processes in an EASA Environment
Advanced Aircraft Maintenance Planning in an EASA Environment
Price: 245.00 USD

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