Target audience

– Accountable managers;
– Nominated persons;
– Aircraft maintenance professionals.

The program is suitable for personnel who are new to the subject matter, or are already familiar with the fundamentals of the subject but require formal training to improve their knowledge & practical understanding.



3 day – 18 hours.


Lithuanian, English, Russian.


Dariaus ir Girėno str. 21, Vilnius, Lithuania.


  1. Regulatory Framework:
    ICAO and EASA;
    Basic Regulation 216/2008 and IR 748/2012, 1321/2014;
    Relationship between parts – Part-21, Part-M / 145 / 66 / 147 and Regulation 965/2012.
  2. Certifying Staff – Maintenance (Part-66):
    Licenses, their ratings and aircraft groups;
    Confirmation of maintenance experience;
    Privileges the license categories give;
    Maintenance experience for exercising privileges;
    Initial (Basic) Training requirements and  experience reduction; Aircraft ratings and  Type Training theoretical/practical;
    On-the-Job training (OJT);
    License conversion provisions.
    Competent Authority –  records and secure record keeping:
    – Issuance of maintenance license;
    – Claim for education credits;
    – Type training and OJT requirements;
    – Renewal and conversion of AML;
    – Examination procedures;
    – Examination credits and their validity;
    – Revocation, suspension and limitation of AML.
  3. Approved Maintenance Organization (Part-145):
    Line, base and component maintenance;
    Facilities for base and component maintenance;
    Personnel requirements – accountable manager, quality manager and other nominated persons;
    Man-hour plan and sufficient staff requirement;
    Personnel competence, initial and continuation training;
    Assessment of competence;
    NDT and European standard EN 4179, difference from NDI;
    Minor line maintenance tasks carried out by category A and B2 staff issuing CRS;
    Use of staff with another than Part-66 qualification, limited certification authorization and one-off authorization;
    Certifying staff and support staff, and their continuation training;
    Certification authorization and A, B2 category certification privileges in line maintenance;
    Acceptance, storage, fabrication and installation of components;
    Maintenance data – approved and acceptable;
    Planning and performance of maintenance, and critical maintenance tasks – CDCCL (Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations);
    Certification of maintenance and EASA Form 1;
    Occurrence reporting;
    Maintenance procedures and quality system – main features of MOE (Maintenance Organization Exposition);
    Changes to organization;
    Findings, their relation to levels and the consequences.
  4. Air operations:
    Regulation (EU) 965/2012 and amendments:
    Regulation 800/2013 (non-CAT operations);
    – Regulation 71/2014 (aircraft data submission, simulator pilot training, and MMEL);
    – Regulation 83/2014 (flight and duty time limitations);
    – Regulation 379/2014 (specialized CAT operations);
    – Regulations 2015/140, 2015/640 and 2015/1329).
    Air Operator Certificate and operator’s responsibilities;
    Aircraft Maintenance Program and Reliability Program;
    Minimum Equipment List and Configuration Deviation List;
    Documents to be carried on board;
    Aircraft placarding (markings).
  5. Certification of aircraft, parts and appliances:
    Commission Regulation (EU) 748/2012 (Part-21) – structure;
    Certification specifications CS-23 /25 / 27 / 29;
    Certificate of Airworthiness, Restricted Certificate of Airworthiness and Permit to Flight;
    Certificate of Registration / Noise Certificate / Mass and balance documentation / Radio station license
  6. Continuing airworthiness:Part-21 – basis for Initial Airworthiness:
    – Manufacturer responsibility – Type-Certificate and major/minor changes, manuals;
    Part-M – basis for Continuing Airworthiness:
    – Operator responsibility in Continuing Airworthiness;
    – Continuing Airworthiness ensurement;
    – Maintenance Program and Airworthiness Directives;
    – Operator’s Technical LOG System;
    – Airworthiness Certificate and Airworthiness Review Certificate;
    – Aircraft and component maintenance, responsibility;
    – Certificate of Release to Service (CRS);
    -Part-M Subpart F maintenance organization;
  7. Applicable National and International Requirements
    Maintenance program – checks;
    Maintenance documentation;
    MMEL/MEL, rectification intervals and calculations according days or flying hours basis;
    Understanding Extended Range Operations with Two-engine Aeroplanes (ETOPS);
    Understanding All weather operations and Category 2/3 operations.


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Contact person:

Evelina Lipskaja
Mob. tel. +370 670 89188

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