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Executive Introduction to MRO

Course Date & Time
Course Commencement is subjected to the minimum number of participants

Day 1 – 9.00am to 12.00pm (Lecture)
Day 2 – 9.00am to 12.00pm (Lecture)
12.00pm to 1.00pm (Lunch provided)
1.00pm to 3.00pm (Industry Networking)
3.00pm (Course End)

Course Fees (NTUC members and U Associate member discount available)

Bulk 10% discount for minimum 2 person per company
Bulk 20% discount for 3 or more person per company
Participants have the flexibility to exchange schedule


Course Synopsis
The course is designed to give participants an overview of MRO operation and the principle of maintenance to ensure effective use of the key asset of air transport – the aircraft.

The lecturer will share his experience in  development of processes and systems used in MRO operation over each generation of commercial aircraft. The challenge of decision making in an environment of conflicting requirements of economics, safety and reliability will be discussed.

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Industry Need
Specialists and managers in airlines, MRO companies, government agencies and aerospace related businesses.
Course Objectives
Participants will learn about aircraft maintenance philosophy, airworthiness control and how MRO facilities are organised.

Course Outline
– Safety, Quality and Reliability
– Airworthiness Control
– Maintenance Philosophy (MSG2/3)
– Regulatory and Licensing
– Maintenance Programmes
– MRO Cost Structure
– MRO Organisation

Student – Lecturer Ratio
Theory: Ratio of Lecturer to Students is 1:32

Learning And Teaching Methods
All classes will be taught by lectures.

The information provided are the most current at the point of publishing and may be subject to changes. ATTC has the right to make changes to course fees, course syllabus, duration and admission requirements without notice.