Aircraft Maintenance Programme Development using MSG-3 Techniques

MSG-3 is a tried and tested method of building an initial programme of scheduled maintenance for large commercial aircraft.

The approach is also recognised by the UK Military Aviation Authority (MAA) as an acceptable means of compliance for applying Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) techniques to military aircraft.

This 5-day course includes RCM basic principles as well as the regulatory requirements surrounding manufacturer’s Instructions for Continued Airworthiness (ICA) and the responsibilities of EASA Part M maintenance organisations. Practical analysis techniques are reinforced through a series of guided workshops that cover Systems and Powerplant, Structures, and Zonal/EZAP/HIRF analyses. Delegates will learn how MSG-3 techniques deal with latest generation aircraft and technologies such as carbon composite primary structures and highly redundant Integrated Modular Avionics. Sessions on Aging Aircraft and maintenance programme evolution demonstrate how maintenance programmes are managed and updated throughout the aircraft life.

This course is aimed at both MSG-3 practitioners and engineering managers who require a thorough understanding of aircraft maintenance programme development and evolution. Previous delegates have included consulting engineers, maintenance planners, and technical services personnel from airlines worldwide.

Please contact if you would like to discuss your specific training requirements and how we may tailor delivery of these courses to meet your needs.

Email us: training@bmtapl.com
Call us: 01225 473571

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