This course will review the regulations that govern the terms “major” and “minor” in the world of civil aviation repairs and alterations. Learn the regulatory facts and how to train your FAA inspector so this minor issue doesn’t become a major pain in the derrière.
Upon completion of this session, participants will—
- Have the tools to identify the regulations, guidance material and technical information that drive determining whether an action is a major or minor repair or alteration.
- Be capable of understanding the reasons why the determination must be made.
Individuals responsible for determining whether an action is a repair or alteration and major or minor, including: executives and accountable managers, engineers, quality control and assurance personnel, technicians, certificated mechanics with and without inspection authorization.