Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization (AMTO) (CASR PART 147)

NFI AMTO Certified by Indonesia DGCA No. 147- 011 prescribes all requirements for issuing Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization and Associated Ratings.

Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization (AMTO) (CASR PART 147)

NFI AMTO Training includes covering;

  1. Initial Cessna - 172 AP Series
  2. Recurrent Cessna - 172 AP Series
  3. Human Factors - MRM
  4. Inspector Course for (Part 57, 121, 135, 137, 145 and 147 Organization)
  5. RII Training
  6. Audit Technique and Procedures
  7. Suspected Unapproved Part (SUP)

Training Category

  • Initial Cessna- 172 AP Series

    Initial and update training for maintenance technicians, developed in close collaboration with the aircraft manufacturer. Avionics, troubleshooting, Master Technician and eLearning courses. FlightSafety is the only Part 147 training organization conducting practical training in conjunction with aircraft and engine manufacturers and in world-class, purpose-built training centers. We offer training for aircraft manufactured by Cessna and Our training is approved by DGCA as an authority.

  • Recurrent Cessna- 172 AP Series

    Training designed for the former getting Initial Cessna 172 AP Series or renewal fresh of maintenance and engineering review all system of the airplane regarding SB, AD significant changing to updating maintenance aspect of Cessna by manufacturer.

  • Human Factors - Maintenance Resource Management (MRM)

    This Human Factors training as a Mandatory for mechanics and engineers AMEL holder in the aviation, it's been designed such a manner by expertise in order they keep current and be able to; - Understand human error and recognize contributing causes, - Recognize and correct the common causes of maintenance errors, - Identify the chain of events in an accident, - Develop barriers and methods to break “the chain” through the concept of Threat and Error Management and - Use MRM skills to reduce error

  • Inspector Course (For Part 57, 121, 135, 137, 145 and 147 Organization)

    In some organizations, in-coming and dispatch inspections are performed by individuals other than the aviation maintenance inspectors. Some functions are specializations such as bay inspections, strip inspections, electrical, mechanical and instrument inspections. This tasks training described are applicable to inspections performed on aircraft and in repair and overhaul shops. Every attempt has been made to link the work performed by the aviation maintenance inspector to DGCA requirements and aviation regulations. (as on all Parts involved)

  • RII Training

    This specific training has been designed and under DGCA requirement; - To ensure all items of maintenance that must be inspected (RII), are inspected, by an authorized person who determined that the work was satisfactorily completed. - To determine the effectiveness of the certificate holder s procedures in meeting the desired output of the process. - To determine if there were any changes in the personnel identified by the certificate holder as having responsibility and/or authority for the Required Inspections Items process.

  • Audit Technique and Procedures

    This audit approach provides techniques for reviewing the key elements in a maintenance management program to improve overall effectiveness.

  • Suspected Unapproved Part (SUP)

    The purpose of this (Notification) Training is the knowledge and system in how to; advise aircraft owners, operators, manufacturers, maintenance organizations, parts suppliers and distributors, regarding individual control surface skins that were produced by the repair station as components that were not approved and in at least one case, the work orders indicate that the material thickness was incorrect.

Nusa Flying International as an approved Pilot School has sufficient facilities to support its operations, assuring you of the very highest standards of safety, comfort and quality pilot education that you would except from a professional flight academy.