Person Responsible for Maintenance Control System Workshop- Slemon Park, PEI

mar 27
Slemon Park, PEI
mar 27, 2020
08h30 - 16h30

Person Responsible for Maintenance Control System Workshop

How You Will Benefit

At the request of the Canadian aviation industry, CCAA has developed a workshop for individuals acting as the aircraft owner / operator’s representative regarding maintenance control.

A strong understanding of the responsibilities of the Person Responsible for Maintenance Control will assist individuals to remain compliant with regulatory and company requirements, successfully complete Transport Canada’s written and oral tests, and increase awareness of the key elements required for quality and safety.

  • DATE: March 27th, 2020 (1 day)
  • TIME: 08:00 - 16:00 (on each day)
  • LOCATION: Slemon Park Hotel & Conference Centre - 12 Redwood Ave., Slemon Park, PE, C0B 2A0
  • INSTRUCTOR: Mike Doiron 
  • COST: $680 for CCAA partners; regular price is $850 for other participants.

Workshop Description

This one-day workshop provides participants with a comprehensive overview of the regulatory requirements for the Person Responsible for Maintenance Control System role and the responsibilities in this position. Content covered in this workshop includes:

  • Understanding the Owners’ responsibilities and the basics of management systems
  • Understanding the role of commercial operators
  • Comprehensive overview of the regulatory structure
  • Understanding the responsibilities of certificate holders
  • Understanding the responsibilities of the Maintenance Manager (Person Responsible for Maintenance Control)

Upon successful completion of the workshop, participants will possess a thorough understanding of the regulatory requirements for the role of the Person Responsible for Maintenance Control.

 

 

Intended Audience

This workshop is designed f or:

  • Individuals preparing to become the Person Responsible for Maintenance Control.
  • Individuals currently in the role of Person Responsible for Maintenance Control looking for a review of responsibilities.
  • Accountable Executives interested in understanding the roles of the Person Responsible for Maintenance Control.
  • Quality or Management personnel wanting to learn more about the regulatory requirements for the control of maintenance and the responsibilities of the Person Responsible for Maintenance Control.

Note: This workshop is NOT intended for individuals employed by an Approved Maintenance Organization preparing to accept the role of the Person Responsible for Maintenance.