UAE GCAA CAR 145 Initial

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CAR 145 training is a three-day course covering in depth all aspects of the CAR 145 regulatory environment. The focus of the course is intended to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of CAR 145 and help them understand how to apply the regulations and requirements in a practical way within their respective companies.

The training is specifically focused on the need for all CAR 145 stakeholders, whether focused on operator issues (Aircraft Maintenance Organisation) or regulatory staff. In addition, it will provide support for post-holders and persons requiring to implement CAR 145 within their organisation.

The following are considered in detail: implementing rules (IR), acceptable means of compliance (AMC), and guidance material. Delegates will understand the roles and responsibilities regarding the interface with the relevant "CAR-M" organisation and how this should be described in the relevant and joint procedures.

The Challenge facing the Aviation Industry - Suspect Unapproved Parts. Whether you are dealing with EASA or FAA parts the challenge remains the same - namely to ensure that the parts are airworthy and from a reputable source SUPs cover a multitude of aspects such as parts lacking proper documentation; counterfeit parts; parts rejected during production because of defects; improperly maintained parts, etc.
Substantial progress has been made to reduce the number of unapproved parts being introduced into the aviation system, yet constant vigilance and training is paramount to ensure that the harm SUPs impose is addressed.


Operators and Maintenance Organisations, Regulatory Staff from National Aviation Authorities, and MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) Approval Holders


- Awareness of the structure, composition, and impact of GCAA CAR 145 Regulation
- Understanding organisational roles and responsibilities compliant with GCAA CAR 145
- Understand the environment driving the 145 process to focus your business decision-making process
- The ability to consider changes in GCAA CAR 145 and how they impact your specific organisation
- Have confidence in full compliance and the ability to perceive opportunities to optimize
- Confidence in a detailed knowledge of the key components of GCAA CAR 145
- Have the knowledge to be able to implement CAR 145 within an organisation
- Have an in-depth understanding of the interface between CAR 145 and CAR M, roles, responsibilities, and obligations
- Be able to demonstrate CAR 145 functionality and avoid or mitigate problems
- A detailed understanding of the CAR-145 Quality System - the difference between QA and QC roles and responsibilities
- Be able to use the regulation to proactively manage full compliance within the Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO)
- Understanding of the MORC process and how it is managed and controlled


1. Abbreviations & Definitions
2. Review of Changes
3. Regulatory Framework
4. CAR 145 Purpose Content and Relationship
5. Continuous Airworthiness - The Role of CAR 145
6. Contract & Subcontract Management
7. Training Requirements to Comply with Table 1 Appendix IV TO CAR 145
8. Managing Competencies in a CAR 145 Environment
9. SMS and CAR 145
10. Fitness for Flight - Appendix VII to CAR 145
11. 145.1 General
12. 145.10 Scope
13. 145.15 Application
14. 145.20 Terms of Approval
15. 145.25 Facility Requirements
16. 145.30 Personnel Requirements
17. 145.35 Certifying Staff and Category B1 and B2 Support Staff
18. 145.40 Equipment, Tools, and Materials
19. 145.42 Acceptance of Components
20. 145.45 Maintenance Data
21. 145.47 Production Planning
22. 145.48 Performance of Maintenance
23. 145.50 Certification of Maintenance
24. 145.55 Maintenance Records
25. 145.60 Occurrence Reporting
26. 145.65 Safety and Quality Policy, Maintenance Procedures and Quality System
27. 145.70 Maintenance Organisation Exposition
28. 145.75 Privileges of the Organisation
29. 145.80 Limitations on the Organisation
30. 145.85 Changes to the Organisation
31. 145.90 Continued Validity
32. 145.95 Findings
33. Section B: Maintenance Organisation Review Certificate (MORC) Regulations


By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:

- Secure knowledge of the key components of GCAA CAR 145
- Provide examples as to the "know how" as well as the "know what" by looking at a practical perspective of CAR 145 - Implement CAR 145 within an organisation
- Understand the interface between CAR 145, CAR 66/Part 147, and EU OPS
- Provide a regulatory and industry perspective for staff involved in CAR 145 maintenance


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 3-day classroom training
Category: FAA, UAE & Other Regulations
Price: 170 EUR


3 to 5 courses/delegates - 5%
6 to 10 courses/delegates - 10%
11 to 24 courses/delegates - 15%
25 to 49 courses/delegates - 20%
> 50 courses/delegates - 25%

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