The ETOPS course follows EASA AMC 20-6 Rev 2 Appendix 8,  the mandatory training for maintenance and support staff working on  ETOPS-approved aircraft.

Course plan

5.1 - Proposed training programme for personnel involved in the continuing airworthiness and maintenance of the ETOPS fleet

The operator's ETOPS training programme should provide initial and recurrent training for as follows:

  • a. Contents of AMC 20-6
  • b. ETOPS Type Design Approval - a brief synopsis
  • 2. - ETOPS Operations Approval
  • a. Maximum approved diversion times and time-limited systems capability
  • b. Operator's Approved Diversion Time
  • 3. ETOPS Continuing Airworthiness Considerations
  • a. ETOPS significant systems
  • b. CMP and ETOPS aircraft maintenance programme
  • c. ETOPS pre-departure service check
  • d. ETOPS reliability programme procedures
    • (1) Engine/ APU oil consumption monitoring
    • (2) Engine/ APU oil consumption monitoring
    • (3) Engine conditioning monitoring
    • (4) AUP in-flight start programme
    • (5) Verification programme after maintenance
    • (6) Failures, malfunctions and defect reporting
    • (7) Propulsion System Monitoring/Reporting
    • (8) ETOPS significant systems reliability
  • e. Parts and configuration control programme
  • f. CAMO additional procedures for ETOPS
  • g. Interface procedures between Part-145 organisation and CAMO

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