This professional development event is designed to equip participants with the practical KNOW-HOW to compile an Operator's Maintenance Programme (OMP) for a given fleet of Commercial Air Transport (CAT) aircraft, in accordance with M.A.302 and its associated AMCs and GMs as applicable. It will include the use of an illustrative example, which will be covered step-by-step to facilitate understanding and competence development.
22nd February 2019
£50 per participant
Upon completion of the webinar, all participants will receive:
- A professional development attendance certificate
- Access to the webinar replay
- Access to the OMP compilation brief featured in the webinar
- Access to the OMP exemplar featured in the webinar
- Access to supplementary resources and information
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2019 TRAINING WEBINARS:
Our first 'How To' training webinar is now set to go live on February 22nd, 2019 at 12:00 GMT. It is titled: How to Compile an OMP for a Given Fleet.
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