Continuing Airworthiness in the Military Domain

Venue: Holiday Inn Bloomsbury

Location: London, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Dec 07, 2011 End Date/Time: Dec 07, 2011
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Description

SMi are proud to present Continuing Airworthiness in the Military Domain, a unique Master Class, hosted by Baines Simmons Limited, which will equip the delegate with a detailed overview of UK MOD Continuing Airworthiness Policy.

Led by the foremost experts in the field this interactive masterclass will discuss:
• The MAOS Scheme, its origins, aims and objectives including an update on the European Defence Agency tasks for European Military Airworthiness Requirements
• Mil Part M and the transition to Military Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO’s)
• Mil Part 145, the objectives of the requirements and roles and responsibilities of key personnel within the maintenance organisation

Benefits of attending:
Upon completion of this Master Class you will:
• Have clarity of MAOS and its functions along with a vision of the EDA military airworthiness activities
• Understand the key roles and responsibilities within the CAMO
• Have a understanding of the intent and organisational requirements contained within Mil Part 145

About Baines Simmons:
Baines Simmons is a trusted partner to more than 350 leading aviation organisations across 40 countries and has trained over 70,000 professionals and serviced 30 National Regulatory Authorities. They are change catalysts in safety management, regulatory issues and business efficiency.
Baines Simmons Limited is an international leader in airworthiness and aviation safety consulting and training services, with offices in UK-Europe, Americas and Australia.

About your Masteclass leaders:
Bob Simmons, Technical Director
Bob is an Airworthiness regulations policy advisor to UK Ministry of Defence, Isle of Man Government and other approved organisations. He has a wealth of experience regarding the practical application of CAA and EASA organisation approval requirements and was responsible at London Gatwick for UK CAA policy regarding JAR OPS 1 and 3 sub-part M and JAR 145.
He is also a Member of the Royal Aeronautical Society (MRAeS), an Incorporated Engineer (IEng) and a member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Airworthiness Technical Advisory Committee.

Kevin Hopwood, Senior Consultant
With 30 years experience, Kevin brings a wealth of knowledge, and experience to Baines Simmons. These experiences have been gained in both military and civil aerospace environments and include a range of activities that include aircraft and component maintenance, management of EASA Maintenance and Production approvals and ISO 9001/AS EN 9100 approvals, UK MoD MAOS activities and Human Factors.
Kevin is a leading Maintenance Human Factors and Error Management specialist, and delivers these programmes to a large number of clients involved in both the civil and military aspects of aviation maintenance. Kevin is also a key training deliverer in Quality Assurance and Audit Techniques, EASA Production and Maintenance Approvals, Goods Inwards Inspection and the recently introduced and highly successful UK MoD MAOS training courses.

Masterclass Agenda:
8.30 Registration & Coffee
9.00 Opening Remarks
9.15 The Maintenance Approved Organisation Scheme (MAOS), its origins and objectives along with an update on EDA activities
10.30 Morning Coffee
10.45 Mil Part M and the transition to Military Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO’s)
12.20 Networking Lunch
13.15 Mil Part M and the transition to Military Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMO’s)
14.45 Afternoon Tea
15.00 Mil Part 145, understanding its intent and requirements
17.00 Closing Remarks and Close of Day

Don’t miss this unique opportunity and register your place today!

BOOKING INFORMATION
For further information and to register online, please visit:
www.smi-online.co.uk/militaryairworthiness1.asp
Alternatively, contact David Leaky at Tel: +44 (0)207 827 6726 or Email: dleakey@smi-online.co.uk

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