Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation Approval holders provide maintenance services in accordance with Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 Implementing Rules, Annex 4.
This page includes details and links to regulation, policy and guidance both from the CAA and EASA. It will provide approval holders resources to ensure they remain compliant with not only the regulations but also UK policy.
Guidance material will provide interpretation or amplify in greater detail certain areas or aspects of regulation and/or policy to allow an approval holder to fully implement quality systems which remain compliant and perform well.
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Maintenance Training Organisation Exposition (MTOE) should be developed from EASA User Guide UG.CAO.0014.
UK CAA Guidance for approved Part-147 organisations
wishing to conduct distance learning using web-based & remote training.
In Annex IV to ED Decision 2020/002/R
Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM) to Annex IV (Part-147) to Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 Issue 2 - Amendment 2 introduces guidance material providing clarification for the incorporation of new training methods and training technologies in the procedures for aircraft maintenance training.
This guidance material is intended to assist existing approved organisations under Part 147 who wish to incorporate new technologies and training methods for delivery of their approved courses. It defines the Authority's expectations on how to meet the existing requirements of their training approval using revised training methodologies. This is only applicable for a defined period of 4 months, during the current restrictions encountered due to COVID-19 control measures.
The purpose of this guidance material is to specify, the extent of training permissible under these methodologies, the scope of that training delivery, the responsibilities of the approved organisations and the competent authority, the additional requirements of the training provider prior to and during training, procedural changes introduced by this methodology, performance measures and record keeping.
NOTE: This information only applies UK CAA already approved Part 147 Maintenance Training organisations who have exercised the full scope of their approval.
It is not the intention issue an Online training approval to organisations who have not as yet exercised the privileges of their approval. This also applies to new organisation awaiting approval by the UK CAA.
Approved Part-147 training providers, who have already exercised their approval, ie delivered training courses within a classroom environment, will be required to submit details of proposed changes to existing training methods and technologies to the competent authority in the form of a revised MTOE and supporting procedures. This should be supported by appropriate documentation, training material, MTOE revision etc and a satisfactory compliance report endorsed by the organisation's Quality Department.
The competent authority will review the submitted application and supporting data to establish that the proposed training complies with Appendix III to Part-66. This will include an on-site visit and / or a demonstration of the revised training methods and technologies.
When satisfied with the proposed changes to the training organisation's processes, procedures and training methodologies, the competent authority will approve the change by approval of the revised MTOE and supporting data as appropriate. If the proposed change includes new aircraft type or basic training, then this will require a change to the organisation's approval document (Form 11) in accordance with 147.A.50 and current approved procedures.
The UK CAA implements the following restrictions as applicable to web based remote training processes as follows;
When submitting a proposed change to an organisations approval to incorporate revised training technologies and methods as detailed in:
Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM) to Annex IV (Part-147) to Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014 Issue 2 - Amendment 2
The following should be considered and addressed by the organisation making the application;
NOTE: It is the responsibility of the Training organisation to be satisfied that this condition remains in place during the training session.
Performance measures will be monitored by the CAA standard oversight procedures including reviews of the organisation's compliance systems.
The training organisation is to enhance and record the quality audit programme during the initial phases of the Online training activity.
Records of the organisation's approvals, MTOE, TNA(s) SF etc will be maintained by the competent authority in accordance with current procedures.
Organisations will be required to maintain sufficient & adequate records of training delivery, student attendance, engagement; hours of tuition per day etc in accordance with current approved procedures.
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