*In-house training available*
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9am – 5pm
Closing Date:
One week before course date.
690 West Camp Road
#08-13 JTC Aviation Two
Seletar Aerospace Park
Singapore 797523
AAIS Member: S$788/pax
Public: S

(excl. prevailing GST)

About the Course:
Before the FAA issues or renews a FAR 145 repair station certificate that is located outside the United States, the repair station shall certify in writing that all employees for the repair station, its contractors, or subcontractors performing a job function concerning the transport of dangerous goods (hazardous material) are trained as outlined in the most current edition of the International Civil Aviation Organization Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.

This unique and dedicated one day international course is specifically designed to prepare FAA FAR 145 Repair Station’s aviation personnel to meet the basic ICAO Technical Instructions and to understand the proper procedures for handling dangerous goods shipments.

The training provides the minimum FAA regulatory requirement of FAR 145.165(a) from the information derived from the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) guidelines for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.

Who Should Attend?
FAA FAR 145 MRO Industry would benefit if are required to meet FAR 145.165 they are owners and/or operators of repair stations and are seeking to apply for certification or renewal certification with the FAA.

Course Content:
At the conclusion of this course, participants will:
Determine the specific regulations, directives, advisory circulars, orders, and/or technical information needed to comply with FAR 145.53 and FAR 145.165 for companies seeking an FAA Foreign Repair Station Certificate.
About the Instructor:

Mr Michael Daniel, Member, AAIS Panel of Experts
Mike is an International Aviation Safety consultant with over 33 years with the FAA as a Senior Manager, ISO 9001 / AS 9100 / AS 9110 Principal / Lead and Internal Auditor, Credentialed Supervisory Safety Inspector and Accident Investigator, and FAA Academy Instructor.

With several FAA overseas postings, he project managed the first FAA Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreements (BASA MIP) with Germany and France. He has also considerable experience with managing various regulatory requirements, FAA & EASA Certification and Maintenance (MRO & AMO), Part 121 Air Operators, Part 135 Business Aviation Air Operators, and Aircraft Certification.

Mike graduated from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (B.Sc. Aeronautics), a holder of FAA Maintenance Licenses with Inspection Authorization, and is a licensed pilot. He is a member of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators (ISASI), Flight Safety Foundation, SAE International, Chartered Quality Institute, and the Project Management Institute as an accredited Project Management Professional. He had previously served in the United States Marine Corps.

*Note: AAIS reserves the right to adjust the course pricing and to re-schedule or cancel any course due to unforeseen circumstances, course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.