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ALC-180: Aircraft Maintenance Documentation for AMT's
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Introduction
Welcome to the FAASTeam AMT CORE course for 2012. This course provides a review of aircraft maintenance documentation requirements. It emphasizes the importance of proper documentation.  It identifies common documentation problems that can lead to maintenance errors or FAA enforcement actions. 

It also discusses the importance of maintaining continuity during shift and task turnovers.

The course includes a video review of "The Maintenance Personal Minimums Checklist".
 
Average time to complete this course is approximately 1.0 hour. To take the Exam, after you have completed the course material, you must return to this course on FAASafety.gov (log in, click on Courses under the Activities, Courses & Seminars tab, and click Continue for this course) and complete the Review chapter. Then you must click on the EXAM link to take the exam.
 
 


The goals and objectives are to increase awareness of the importance of and the consequences of not following the Federal Aviation Regulations and proper procedures, as they pertain to aircraft maintenance documentation.  Examine the processes for maintaining continuity during shift and task turnovers.   To provide a new look at the items an Aviation Maintenance Technician should consider before and after performing any maintenance tasks. 
 
"The Maintenance Personal Minimums Checklist" 
 
Thereby increasing compliance with the Federal Aviation Regulations amd adherence to proper procedures resulting in an increase in aviation safety.

 

  • Introduction
  • Accident Data
  • Regulations Cited
  • Common Problems
  • Overview of applicable regulations
  • Maintenance related accidents
  • NTSB Finding
  • Shift Turnover
  • Challengers to Shift Turnover
  • Shift Turnover Best Practices
  • Common Problems
  • Easy Solutions
  • The Maintenance Personal Minimums Checklist
  • Review
  • Exam

NOTE: The Federal Aviaton Regulations (FARs) excerpts used in this course were current at time of publishing, always check current regulations before exercising your certificate privileges. Links are provided to current regulations, in most cases, for your convenience.

For additional course information or questions on the content of the course contact:

George M. Ballard
FAASTeam Program Manager
Plainfield, IN 46168
317-837-4418
george.m.ballard@faa.gov


To receive appropriate course credit for this course you must:

  • Have an account on FAASafety.gov
  • Be logged into that account
  • Be enrolled in the course
  • You must visit each chapter of the course, using the navigation bars at the top or bottom of each screen, and complete all the course material found on each.

NOTE: Some links may take you to other sites or open windows on top of the course window. You will need to return to this course on FAASafety.gov to complete the exam. This might be as simple as closing all the additional windows. However, you may find it necessary to return to FAASafety.gov, log in again, and then "continue" the course from the Course List.

  • Upon completion of the review section the Exam-sd.JPGbutton will turn blue Exam.JPGindicating you are ready to start the examination. Upon successful completion of the exam you are given the appropriate course credit automatically.