Go to top of page
Things you must know about CASR Part 147
The essential facts
- CASR Part 147 applies to any organisation that wants to offer basic maintenance training and aircraft type training to aircraft maintenance engineers.
- CASA will continue to provide the CASA basic and Schedule of Experience system for four years until 3 July 2020 to ensure that individuals currently seeking a licence have the opportunity to complete their training in either the new or previous training and assessment arrangements.
- CASR Part 147 provides a uniform set of national requirements for organisations providing maintenance category and aircraft type training. It is based on European Aviation Safety Agency Part 147 and includes the following Maintenance Training Organisation requirements to:
- Establish organisation structures and management responsibilities similar to other organisations approved under the maintenance regulations.
- Establish necessary qualifications for key employee functions within the organisation.
- Provide maintenance training that meets CASR Part 66 specifications for initial licence issue and aircraft type rating.
- Provide theoretical and practical aircraft maintenance training.
- Establish appropriate relationships with maintenance organisations to access aircraft and aeronautical products for on-aircraft practical training if required.
- Operate in accordance with its organisational approval based on CASA's assessment of its exposition.
To ensure continuous improvement of the new look maintenance regulations web-pages, your feedback would be greatly appreciated. Please email any comments or questions to MRwebfeedback@casa.gov.au.