Maintenance Controller Course

Many owners and operators wish to increase their understanding of the requirements for the maintenance of their aircraft. The Maintenance Controller Course is attended by a wide range of aviation participants, from airline maintenance planners to private aircraft owners.

The Course is ideal for people in Part 119/135 aviation organisations who are designated as the Senior Person responsible for the control and direction of maintenance (the 'Maintenance Controller'). It is also intended for others in aviation that have an interest in the planning and direction of maintenance.

The course is in two parts:

Part One is a pre-workshop self-paced learning module. The aim is to introduce you to, or refresh your knowledge of, the Rules that provide the foundation for aviation safety in New Zealand. You will require access to the CAA web site when working through the pre-workshop module.

Part Two is a two-day workshop. This is designed to be hands-on and practical. Both parts complement each other and will enable you to get the most out of the Maintenance Controllers' Course.

The New Zealand Qualifications Authority (NZQA), in conjunction with ServiceIQ the Industry Training Organisation (ITO), have written 'Units of Learning' for the course registered with the NZQA.

Once you have passed the Maintenance Controller course exam may wish to register (within 90 days of the course date) with ServiceIQ for the National Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering (Maintenance Control) level 4 www.serviceiq.org.nz/contact-us

Within 12 months of the Maintenance Control course date you need to have successfully completed a competency assessment.

All participants that are assessed as 'competent' in all the required Units, will be issued with a National Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering (Maintenance Control).

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To secure a place on the course an enrolment form needs to be completed and payment made in full -  $350.00 inc GST.  Payment is not refundable for non attendance.

Closing date for course enrolment is three weeks prior to course date, as pre-course training notes need to be distributed and completed.

The Schedule 2018

venues and dates TBC mid-January 2018

Day 1, 0800-1700.   Day 2, 0800-1700.

Morning and afternoon tea refreshments are supplied.  Accommodation, Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner is your responsibility. If you are staying at the venue please make your own accommodation bookings but advise Reservations that you are attending the CAA course to obtain the quoted rate.

Enrolment Form

Note: No more than two persons from any one organisation will be accepted on each course.

Payment Method

If you have any queries please contact:

Rose Wood
Teal Leader Safety Promotion and AIP Editor
Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand
P O Box 3555, Wellington 6140

Email: rose.wood@caa.govt.nz
Tel: 04 560 9487

Payment Method

Internet Banking:

Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand

Account No: 03 0531 0406878 00 - Westpac, Lower Hutt

Particulars: Your surname

Code: City name (ie Tauranga, Queenstown)

Reference: COURSE MCC

or

Credit Card option on enrolment form (if you choose this option you will be called by our accounts team to confirm your details)