Aircraft Reliability Training Course
The course has three elements with a continual assessment throughout the course. The elements are designed to offer an introduction to reliability management from the origins of MSG (Maintenance Steering Group), through to the MSG 3 principles used today and how we can create, populate, interrogate and present our reliability data based on our fleet. Consideration is also covered to include reliability impact on small fleet’s, alert levels, transition CAMO functions and how the data can be used; a downloadable example reliability programme also accompanies the course.
Price: €120.00 excl. VAT
Here you can see “how to” consider, review and implement the aircraft reliability programme.
The area of aircraft reliability is required for legislation purposes, but also for an operator has the benefit of offering a great method of oversight for trends which could be attributed to any number of different factors such as operations, maintenance, repair shops, component life and many more. Understanding reliability can offer a vital tool in improving fleet performance and reducing downtime by allowing trends or issues to be dealt with via follow up actions can eliminate problems before they arise in the future. We also cover awareness of reliability impact for “Transition” CAMO’s where they are a requirement; but may not have the same function as an operator, based on the “transition” CAMO’s core purpose.
OF THE COURSE
We will look at and introduce what reliability is regarding aircraft management and also how it came about from the Maintenance Steering Group (MSG). Covering a summary and the MSG 3 principles currently in use today we look at the EASA requirements for the a reliability programme and how this might affect different operations such as large and small fleet operators.
From the data source selection, through the analysis and interpretation we will cover the requirements and how you might want to achieve these including the usage of alert levels and some awareness around their impact on smaller fleets.
- Reliability Requirements & Small Fleet Awareness
- Reliability & Engineering Judgement
- Introduction to Maintenance Reserve Funds (MRF)
- MSG – Maintenance Steering Group overview and MSG 3 principles
- Reliability Data Sources
- Areas to include and exclude
- Impacts of data on your reliability
- Reliability Data Analysis
- How to represent and consider your data and form meaningful information
- Alert Levels
- Reliability Data Analysis
- Consider follow up actions from your findings
- Example of a reliability programme
All Programme and Courses come with a
Complimentary Toolkit to assist with the “How To”
- Reliability Programme Example
- MG3 Logic Diagram
- IATA Delay Codes
There are downloadable attachments for the module for you to reference and use which include accompanying diagrams where required and also an example reliability programme for you to see how it is possible to implement your learning, which you can customise to your environment.