Air Carrier Continuing Analysis and Surveillance System Course 25712
This course is designed for Airworthiness inspectors who have direct air carrier certification and surveillance responsibilities under 14 CFR Parts 121 and 135 (10 or more). The CASS course is not an introductory level course. It builds upon student's established knowledge and skill sets within the airworthiness specialties that have experienced and worked with such elements as: CAMP (Continuous Airworthiness Maintenance Programs); System Safety Concepts and application; Scheduled maintenance management through operational data evaluation; Internal and external Audits; Human Factors Participants learn the details and interrelationships of the elements of Air Carrier Maintenance Programs, including, but not limited to: Scheduled and unscheduled maintenance; Maintenance record keeping; Data collection and management systems; Maintenance organizational authority and responsibility; Instruction is given on auditing techniques; Qualitative and quantitative analytical methods, techniques, and thought processes to identify problems; Root cause Analysis; Hazard identification; Risk assessment/Risk management; Development of corrective action and follow-up plans FULL AUDIENCE DESCRIPTION: Maintenance/Avionics inspectors who have DIRECT air carrier certification and surveillance responsibilities under 14 CFR Parts 121 and 135 (10 or more). CAUTION: For FLM's that have over sight of multi-specialty teams, the FLM might not have the base knowledge/skill specified. These individuals need to be clear on what to expect before to attending CASS training. NOTE: Effective FY11, the CASS course is taught at the Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma POC: AMA-250 (405)954-6952
COURSE LENGTH: 40 hours.
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