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)

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

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

Tasks Common to Most Aviation Maintenance Inspectors;

  • Safety Handling
  • Inspection, Measuring and Test Equipment
  • Communications
  • Inspection Procedures
  • In-Coming Inspection, In-Process Inspection
  • Documentation
  • Rework/Repair Processes
  • Final/Dispatch Inspection
  • Generate Airworthiness Documents






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