Training Courses

Engineering & Planning Procedures

Engineering & Planning Procedures


5 days

Number of Participants

Minimum: 6
Maximum: 8


on request


Training includes:

  • Aircraft technical log utilization and mel application;
  • Aircraft maintenance program – development and amendment;
  • Time and continuing airworthiness records, responsibilities, access;
  • Accomplishment and control of airworthiness directives;
  • Analysis of the effectiveness of the maintenance program;
  • Non-mandatory modification embodiment policy;
  • Engineering activity;
  • Reliability program;
  • Aircraft weighting;
  • Operator procedures and paperwork;
  • Maintenance instructions and relationship to aircraft;
  • Airworthiness directives;
  • Technical records control;
  • Control of man-hour planning versus scheduled maintenance plan;production planning;
  • Production planning.


To provide students with theoretical knowledge of Engineering and PlanningProcess, documentation.

Target Group

The specialists of engineering and planning with experience or not.

Aircraft Engine



Familiarity with relevant regulations.


None. Participants will receive a Part-147 certificate upon successfulcompletion of the course.

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