Continuation Training

EASA regulations (EASA Part M.A 606, M.A.706, M.A.707, Part 145.A.30, Part 145.A.35, Part 147.A.105) identify the requirements for continuation training, to ensure that such staff remain informed and current in respect to the lates trends and developments in their working environment.

"Continuation training is a two-way process to ensure that certifying staff remain current in terms of procedures, human factors and technical knowledge and that the organisation receives feedback on the adequacy of its procedures and maintenance instructions”

EASA

Whilst the above refers to Part 145 regulation; CAP1742 stats that organisations should also deliver CT to non-certifying staff, management, airworthiness, training and support staff.

The training programme must address the individual needs and requirements of the organisation addressing specific issues such as quality audit findings, new systems and procedures, changes to approvals along with review of human factors and SMS.

GAT can conduct a training needs analysis to define company specific requirements for the program. Alternatively, a more general HF refresher course may be delivered and the company specific elements delivered internally- See MHF Refresher page for further information.

This course is suitable for:

  • Form 4 post holders
  • Supervisors and inspectors
  • Certifying staff, support staff and mechanics
  • Quality control/assurance staff
  • Technical support staff
  • Ground equipment operators

The course program will be designed to the individual needs and requirements of the organisation and target groups.

Maintenance - Continuation Training Program