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FAA Stores & Receiving Inspection
Procedures – 2 Days
The FAA receiving inspection system for aircraft parts and material aims to
establish traceability and that parts were manufactured in accordance with 14
CFR Part 21, were previously determined to be airworthy under 14 CFR Part
43, and produced to established industry standards.
For an operator or repair station to ensure these requirements are met
requires personnel to be trained to acquire adequate knowledge to reduce the
risk of allowing unairworthy parts into the system and maintain compliance.
The FAA regulations that drive the receiving inspection and stores distribution
system and guidance material is far-reaching and includes aircraft
identification marking, certification and maintenance.
This comprehensive 2 days training provides operator’s, repair stations and
manufacturers with detailed guidance on how to establish an enhanced
receiving inspection system to help eliminate the safety risk posed by
unairworthy components, parts, or materials.
Attending this training will place companies in the best position to ensure that
articles being returned to service conform to type design or specifications and
airworthiness requirements.
Detailed Content / Topics - The following Subjects will
be addressed
‒ Terms and Definitions
‒ Approved Parts / Acceptable Parts / PMA Parts
‒ Stores & Receiving Inspection Documentation
‒ Stores and Receiving Inspection FAA Regulations
‒ Determining Traceability and Eligibility of Aircraft Replacement Parts
‒ Production Approval Holders Parts Certification Responsibilities
‒ Developing a Receiving Inspection System Plan
‒ Receiving Inspection Procedures for Aircraft Parts and Material
‒ Aircraft Parts and Material Documentation Requirements
‒ Disposition of Scrap and Unsalvageable Aircraft Parts and Material
‒ Training and Qualification of Receiving Inspection Personnel
‒ Suspected Unapproved Parts
‒ FAA Compliant Aviation Stores Procedures
‒ Auditing an Aviation Stores & Receiving Inspection System
t + 359 2 821 08 06
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Target groups
The course is intended for personnel who are required to manage or operate
an Aviation Stores or who are required to accept material into an Aviation
Stores. The course would also benefit Certifying Staff, Quality Inspectors,
Quality Managers, Maintenance Managers and Maintenance Engineers.
Learning Objectives
Benefits from attending this training are to gain an understanding of:
‒ U.S. Federal Aviation Regulations relevant to an Aviation Stores and how
to maintain compliance.
‒ the various processes and procedures for personnel involved in managing
an FAA compliant Aviation Stores and the Receiving Inspection process.
‒ establishing aeronautical parts traceability and eligibility for installation.
‒ the issues associated with Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs) and how to
help eliminate the safety risk they impose.
‒ the key elements involved in auditing an Aviation Stores for compliance.
A background in an aviation environment.
2 days commencing at 09.00 and finishing at 17.00, with appropriate
refreshment breaks.
On Demand
Personal Development
On Demand
+ 359 2 821 08 06
e office@sassofia.com