Advanced Aviation Maintenance Management Incorporating Systems Theory Value Engineering and Life-Cycle Costing

Electrical Engineering

Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
This will enhance the understanding and practice of aviation practitioners and personnel in managing the maintenance schedule of aircrafts and in developing the aircraft maintenance programmes. Aircraft maintenance issues associated with equipment failure, redundancy and serviceability will also be discussed. Other topics included in this course are Component Modularisation and its function in Aircraft Maintenance; Maintenance of LRUs; Aviation Industry Maintenance and Documentation Certification; Aviation Maintenance Reserve Development and Contract Management; Materiel Support; Aircraft Maintenance Technical Services and Training Operation; Aircraft Maintenance Safety, Quality Assurance and Control; and Value Engineering.
The discussion, practical demonstration and application will run for 10 days from 09: 30 am to 04: 30 pm. Assessment will include in-class tests, assignments and group activities.
Related Jobs or Careers: Air Force Maintenance Crew; Aircraft 1st Officers; Aircraft Maintenance Managers; Aircraft Maintenance Tec
This is primarily ilt training
train the trainerThis may be appropriate for train the trainer situations
group study and discussionThis class may involve group study
instructor led trainingThis class may be available at a classroom in London, London,
Course Level:advanced
Duration:10 days
Training Presented in:English
Certificate Program Provided by Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute

Advanced Aviation Maintenance Management Incorporating Systems Theory Value Engineering and Life-Cycle Costing Seminar Schedule

    Location    
April, 2017
10th Apr   Hotel - Kuala Lumpur   [Register]
 
Advanced Aviation Maintenance Management Incorporating Systems Theory Value Engineering and Life-Cycle Costing
Training Program Details
Part 1: Systems and Value Engineering in Aircraft Maintenance Management
Systems Theory and Its Application to Aircraft and Aircraft Maintenance
Matter and its Indestructibility;
Matter and Inertia of Stability;
Matter and Inertia of Motion;
Systems Theory and its Real-World Application;
Open Systems and their Associated Issues;
Closed Systems and their Vulnerability;
The Concept of Entropy;
Entropy In Aircraft Maintenance;
Negentropic Status in Aircraft Maintenance;
Equifinality and Its Application to Aircraft Maintenance;
Aircraft Maintenance Objectives.
Part 2: Contextualising Aircraft Maintenance Management
Contract or In-House Maintenance;
Contract Maintenance;
In-House Maintenance;
Organisation of Aircraft Maintenance Management:
Small Flight Departments;
Larger Flight Departments;
Aircraft Maintenance Personnel;
Aircraft Maintenance Operations;
Airworthiness Determination;
Maintenance Planning;
Maintenance Control;
Dealing with Discrepancies;
Aircraft Maintenance Minimum Equipment List;
Aircraft Maintenance Away from Home Base;
Aircraft Maintenance Reference Materials;
Aircraft Maintenance Parts Inventory and Control;
Managing Aircraft Maintenance Duty Time;
Aircraft Maintenance Quality Control;
Aircraft Maintenance Manual;
Aircraft Handling;
Aircraft Maintenance Security;
Evaluating Aircraft Maintenance Performance;
Aircraft Maintenance Recordkeeping:
Regulations to Comply with;
Computerized Record Tracking Systems.
Aircraft Maintenance Training: Maintenance Resource Management.
Part 3: Developing and Managing Aircraft Maintenance Programmes
Requirements for an Aircraft Maintenance Program;
Aviation Maintenance Program Outlined;
Summary of FAA Requirements;
Additional Maintenance Program Requirements;
The Maintenance and Engineering Organization;
Organization of Maintenance and Engineering;
Organizational Structure;
The M&E Organizational Chart;
General Groupings;
Manager Level Functions Technical Services Directorate;
Manager Level Functions Aircraft Maintenance Directorate;
Manager Level Functions Overhaul Shops Directorate;
Manager Level Functions Material Directorate;
Manager Level Functions Maintenance Program Evaluation Directorate;
Summary of Management Levels;
Organizational Structure and the TPPM;
Variations from the Typical Organization.
Development of Maintenance Programs;
The Maintenance Steering Group (MSG) Approach;
Process-Oriented Maintenance;
Task-Oriented Maintenance;
The Current MSG Process-MSG-3;
The Maintenance Program Documents;
Maintenance Intervals Defined;
Changing Basic Maintenance Intervals.
Part 4: Aircraft Maintenance Issues Associated With Equipment Failure, Redundancy and Serviceability
Aircraft Failure Mode;
Aircraft Failure Pattern;
Aircraft Infant Mortality;
Aircraft Failure Rate;
Aircraft Ware-out Period;
Aircraft Scheduled Maintenance;
Aircraft Unscheduled Maintenance;
Critical Instrument Maintenance;
Aircraft Equipment Redundancy;
Aircraft Primary Instrument;
Aircraft Secondary (Back-up) Instrument;
Aircraft Secondary Usability Equipment;
Equipment Serviceability.
Part 5: Component Modularisation and its Function in Aircraft Maintenance
The Importance of Line Replaceable Units (LRUs) Management in Aircraft maintenance;
Configuration Conformity;
Deviation;
Component Redesign and Aircraft Maintenance;
Phasing out period for the fleet;
Aircraft Mission Hours;
Aircraft Phase Out Period;
Aircraft Operational Calendar Time;
Aircraft Fleet Discard rate;
Number of in service aircrafts in the fleet;
Number of in service aircrafts in the fleet at any given time.
Part 6: Maintenance of Line Replacement Units (LRUs)
Number of Line Replacement Unit (LRU) at time;
Number of Line Replacement Unit (LRU) at Any Given Time;
Optimum Time to Stop the Maintenance of Line Replacement Unit (LRU);
Discard rate of aircrafts in the fleet;
Failure rate of Line Replacement Unit (LRU) (Failure Rate Of Aircraft);
Line Replacement Unit (LRU) replacement Rate in the aircraft;
Repair Rate for the Line Replacement Unit (LRU);
Fraction of in service Line Replacement Unit (LRU) From Discarded Aircraft In The Fleet;
Fraction of Line Replacement Unit (LRU) for Repair from Discarded Aircraft In The Fleet;
Fraction of Line Replacement Unit (LRU) for Discard from Discarded Aircraft In The Fleet;
Salvage value of in Service Line Replacement Unit (LRU);
Total number of types of Aircrafts in the Fleet based on Mission Hours;
Number Of Age Categories For Aircrafts In The Fleet;
Fraction to determine required Line Replacement Unit (LRU) to Attain Desired Availability;
Part 7: Aircraft Maintenance Economics
Engine Maintenance Economics
Performance Restoration
Life Limited Part Replacements
Cost Driver of Engine Shop Maintenance
Part 8: Aviation Industry Maintenance Documentation and Certification
Aviation Industry Certification Requirements
Aircraft Certification;
Delivery Inspection;
Operator Certification;
Certification of Personnel;
Aviation Maintenance Certifications;
Aviation Industry Interaction.
Part 9: Aviation Maintenance Reserve Development and Contract Management
Aircraft Maintenance Reserve Development & Management
Airframe Heavy Structural Inspections;
Landing Gear Overhauls;
Engine Performance Restoration;
Engine Life Limited Parts (LLPs);
Auxiliary Power Unit (APU) Restoration.
Part 10: Aircraft Maintenance Management and Materiel Support (1)
Aircraft Maintenance Management
Aircraft Maintenance Management Structure;
The Role of Management in Aviation;
Manager of Aircraft Maintenance;
Front Line Supervisor/ Management;
Management Areas of Concern in an Airline;
Manager of Overhaul Shops.
Part 11: Aircraft Maintenance Management and Materiel Support (2)
Hangar Maintenance (On-Aircraft)
Organization of Hangar Maintenance;
Problem Areas in Hangar Maintenance;
Hangar Maintenance Activity A Typical C Check;
Morning Meetings;
Support and Overhaul Shops Organization;
Types of Shops;
Ground Support Equipment Shop (GSE);
Ground Support Equipment;
Outsourcing of Shop Maintenance Work;
Operation of Overhaul Shops;
Shop Data Collection.
Part 12: Aircraft Maintenance Technical Services and Training Operation
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
Make-up Engineering;
Mechanics and Engineers;
Engineering Department Functions;
Engineering Order Preparation.
Part 13: Aircraft Maintenance Safety, Quality Assurance and Control (1)
Aircraft Maintenance Safety
Industrial Safety;
Safety Regulations;
Maintenance Safety Program;
General Responsibilities for Safety;
General Safety Rules;
Accident and Injury Reporting;
Safety Programs;
Hangar Safety;
Safety Culture;
Managing Safety;
Safety Management Systems;
Emergency Response Planning.
Part 14: Aircraft Maintenance Safety, Quality Assurance and Control (2)
Aircraft Maintenance Quality Assurance
Requirement for Quality Assurance (QA);
Quality Audits;
ISO 9000 Quality Standard;
Technical Records;
Other Functions of QA.
Part 15: Value Engineering Application to Aircraft Maintenance Management
Life-Cycle Costing in Aircraft Maintenance
Contextualising Life-Cycle Costing;
Benefits of Life-Cycle Costing;
Estimating the Useful Life of the System or Component;
Establishing Annual Maintenance Cost in Life-Cycle;
Deciding on Best-Value Option;
Module or Component Research and Development;
Module or Component production or Acquisition;
Module or Component Operation and Maintenance;
Module or Component Residual Value.
About The Training Provider: Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute
Human Resource & Organisational Development Consultancy (HRODC) Postgraduate Training Institute - We offer a wide range of Postgraduate Courses, specifically designed to enhance the Employee Development and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) of Professionals and workers of all hierarchical levels within organisations. We maintain a viable presence in Construction, Government Organisations, Industrial Sub-Sectors, Banks, Commercial Institutions and Education, Internationally. A...
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