MEL Fundamentals for Operational Personnel

An MEL foundation to Operational Personnel not involved in the MEL customisation process, but are regular users of the manual. 

What the Course is About

On the ground, an aircraft is considered “airworthy” when its “physical state matches its design”, and so it is considered to be in a good condition for a safe operation. However, you can also achieve an acceptable level of safety for an aircraft which has known failures –  and this is where the Minimum Equipment List (or MEL) comes in. The MEL is the operator’s tool which provides an approved way to determine the required conditions under which a flight can be commenced safely with inoperative equipment. 

The MEL is one of those documents which is used by all aircraft operator’s departments and so, everyone is expected to be knowledgeable about its use and limitations.

This course  follows EASA regulation, and covers most of the basic principles of MELs. It is aimed for aviation professionals who require a deeper understanding of how an MELs is put together, together with know-how for how to check and verify its contents against the MMEL.

This course is suited to supplement MEL training requirements as required by ORO.GEN.110(e) and its AMC.

Target Audience

This course is targeted for Aircraft Operators’ Operational Personnel, including Flight Crew, Cabin Crew, flight Dispatchers and other Operational Personnel operating within the EASA region.

Learning Experience

3 hours, linear format.

Interactive videos and games.

90-day window to finish the course.

Learning Objectives

Knowledge

The Learner shall be able to remember the important aspects of ORO.MLR.105 and be familiar with the MMEL format.

Skill

The Learner shall be able to check and verify the operator’s MEL against an MMEL.

Competence

The learner shall be able to understand the importance of the MMEL and its signifcance to the final operator’s MEL format.

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About Instructor

Alan Grech

Alan is a warranted Mechanical Engineer by profession with special interest in aerospace engineering. He holds an MSc in Thermal Power (Aero-engine options) from Cranfield University and an MBA from Anglia Ruskin University. Alan worked for several years with different operators, also as Nominated Postholder for Continuing Airworthiness.

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Course Includes

  • 6 Lessons
  • 22 Waypoints
  • 1 Quiz