Stores and Parts Incoming Inspection

This training programme is specifically intended for Aircraft Material Buyers, Goods receiving personnel, Incoming Inspectors, Stores Managers and Aircraft Maintenance Engineers responsible for procuring, inspecting and handling aircraft parts, components and materials.

What the Course is About

The efficiency and efficacy of aircraft maintenance activities are inherently tied to the effectiveness of material procurement and logistics processes. Training stores’ personnel in how to perform an incoming inspection on aircraft parts is very important, besides being a legal requirement too. In today’s complex procurement landscape, where sourcing and acquiring materials can be a challenging endeavour, this function assumes a central role in determining the overall success of an organization in delivering aircraft maintenance services to operators. 

Aircraft Material Buyers, Inspectors, and Warehouse Managers are tirelessly engaged in the quest to secure the necessary parts and materials promptly, all while meticulously adhering to legal requirements and upholding industry standards specific to aviation. Adding a layer of complexity to these efforts is the ever-present spectre of Unapproved and Counterfeit Parts.

This training programme is specifically intended for Aircraft Material Buyers, Goods receiving personnel, Incoming Inspectors, Stores Managers and Aircraft Maintenance Engineers responsible for procuring, inspecting and handling aircraft parts, components and materials to equip them with the knowledge needed to operate efficiently while upholding the highest of industry standards

Target Audience

  • Stores Manager
  • Aircraft Parts and Material Buyers
  • Stores/Warehouse Managers
  • Incoming Inspectors
  • Compliance Monitoring Auditors
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Learning Experience

Virtual Classroom on ZOOM.

Schedule

Next session: TBC

Contact support@raven.aero for bre-bookings.

This course can also be organised on demand with minimum group of 4 participants.

Learning Outcomes

Knowledge

  • The Learner shall be able to outline the basic legal requirements related to Aircraft Parts, Components and Materials to support an incoming inspection.
  • The Learner will know what material certifications are required as mandated by EASA rules and regulations.
  • The Learner will know about Electrostatic Sensitive Discharge (ESDS) parts and related procedures.
  • The Learner will have a deep appreciation about the problems related to Bogus Parts and SUPs.

Skill

  • The Learner will be able to determine what vetting procedures are required on vendors.
  • The Learner will know how to perform a physical incoming inspections in compliance with EASA rules and regulations.
  • The Learner will know what is an EASA Form 1 and what other documents are considered to be equivalent.
  • The Learner will know when dual / triple release is required.

Competence

  • The Learner will be able to apply the knowledge when procuring, inspecting and accepting material parts and components in an EASA part 145 approved maintenance organisation.

About Instructor

George Spiteri

George is a warranted Mechanical Engineer who specializes in aerospace engineering and the field of continuing airworthiness. He has been actively involved in the Aviation industry since 2008, amassing over 15 years of professional experience in EASA Part 145, Part CAMO, and Part 147 organizations. Throughout his career, George has held diverse positions related to technical expertise, compliance monitoring, and management, granting him a profound comprehension of the implementation and interpretation of EASA rules and regulations, particularly Implementing Rule 1321/2014 for continuing airworthiness.

4 Courses

Not Enrolled

Course Includes

  • 1 Lesson
  • 1 Waypoint
  • 1 Quiz
  • Course Certificate