Aviation and Aircraft Maintenance Technology

UniKL MIAT (Malaysian Institute of Aviation Technology)

List of courses

CS-27 Small Rotorcraft

The Part 27 prescribes airworthiness standards for the issue of type certificates, and changes to those certificates, for normal category rotorcraft with maximum weights of 7,000 pounds or less and nine or less passenger seats. The Part 27 consists of subpart A-G. These subparts contain the detailed requirements to be shown by the applicant for the Type Certificate (TC) approval.

Objectives

  • The course outcomes; Understand airworthiness standards and understand the means of showing compliance.
  • Knowledge and skill in preparing the Compliance Checklist.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

CS-29 Large Rotorcraft

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Rotorcraft or Helicopter publishes two rotorcraft / helicopter airworthiness standards.

Objectives

  • Upon completion of this course the participants will be able to understand the contents of these codes, selection of the airworthiness standards appropriates to the helicopters seeking
    certification (new or modification), understand the process of type certification, carry out effective type validation, and approve design changes (modification or STC).

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Aircraft Structure Repair And Modification Airworthiness Certification For Military Aircraft

Aircraft structures are always damage during operations. Some of the repairs design are already in the Aircraft Structure Repair Manual (SRM). However not all repair design in the SRM are straight forward, which can be straight forward applied to restore the aircraft structure integrity from the damage. Some repair designs are at concept level, which the repairers are required to interpret the repair data and design their own repair.

Objectives

  • By then of the courses provided by theoretical knowledge and practical design and analysis of aircraft structure the participants will be able to design structure repairs and modifications for airworthiness certification in accordance with the European and US Military Airworthiness Requirements.


Duration:

3 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Aircraft Structure Repair – Design And Analysis Part 2

The aircraft Structure Repair-Damage and Analysis Part 2 is designed to provide Design Engineers with a comprehensive and advanced understanding of aircraft structural, corrosion control, fabrication, fasteners selection and repair works as well as engineering damage assessment, design, stress for static and fatigue analysis, safety factor and damage tolerance philoshopy. The course covers both metallic and composite structures including pressurized skins with simulation and video demonstrations.

Objectives

  • Day 1: Review on Aircraft Structure Repair – Damage and Analysis Part 1 that includes discussion on standard engineering references such as Detailed Drawing, Aircraft Structural Repair Manual (SRM), Military Handbook as well as a brief discussion on Airworthiness System.
  • Day 2: Assess and analyze damage and structural repair of both pressurized and non- pressurized web and skin for both metallic and composite structures.
  • Day 3: Assess and analyze damage and structural repair of both pressurized and non-pressurized formed and extruded sections for both metallic and composite structures.
  • Day 4: Assess and analyze damage tolerance of structural repairs that includes safe life, residual strength, crack growth for inspections and probability of detection based on fatigue rating, SID and SIP etc.
  • Day 5: Discuss on actual case studies, factors that involve turn – around time,
    alternative hardwares and materials availability, interim and temporary repair considerations and solutions etc. as well as general topic as.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Safety Management (ICAO ANNEX 19 And CAAM CAD 19)

International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) publishes Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs) for member states. Member states are expected to comply with the SARPS, except when the member states declare non-compliance to the SARPs. The ICAO will publish the members’ status of any non-compliance. The drawback of being non-compliance is that the state's aviation system differs from others, making the aviation business not aligned.

Objectives

  • From the lectures and case studies given to the participants, they will acquire the basic knowledge of safety management philosophy and implementation of the SMS in the organisation.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Production Organisation Approval (CAAM PART 21 SUBPART G / PART 21 SUBPART H) - CAAM CAD 8201

The design and production approval of aerospace products have to be separate approvals, even though it is in similar companies such as the Airbus Industry. To hold production approval, the company must comply with CAAM CAD Part 21 Subpart G (Production Organization Approval). These are the procedures published by the CAAM in order for the state to comply with the ICAO Annex to control the aeronautical products production.

Objectives

  • Upon completion of the training, the participants will be able to understand and show compliance with the CAAM CAD Part 21 Subpart G, which makes their organisation approved as a production company.

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Aviation Legislation

The world aviation standards are published by the ICAO based on Chicago Convention 1944 Articles. Member states are required to adopt and adapt these Convention Articles and Annexes. In Malaysia, these articles and annexes were brought to the Malaysian legal system through the act of parliament.

Objectives

  • This training will provide the knowledge in Malaysia Civil Aviation Legislation, which covers the Chicago Convention 1944, ICAO Standards practices (SARPs) from Annex 1 to 19, Malaysia Civil Aviation Act 1969, Malaysia Civil Aviation Regulations 2016, and associated Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia (CAAM) Civil Aviation Directives (CAD).

Duration:
3 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Aircraft Accident Investigation (AAI)

The air accidents and serious accidents to be investigated to determine the root cause of the event. The lesson learned wll be used to improve design, manufacturing, operation, training and continuing airworthiness of the aircraft and its components. For civilian aircraft, the Air Accident Investigation (AAI) is part of the ICAO members state obligations.

Objectives

  • The training will be divided into three (3) modules.

    • Legislation,
    • Management of the Investigation,
    • Investigation Knowledge and
    • Report writing.

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Advanced Composite Repair For Engineers

These 5 days course is specifically aimed at engineers who are responsible for the design and development of both temporary and permanent repairs to primary and secondary composite structures. The course will cover the use of composite materials on aero structure, manufacturing technique, damage inspection , repair and post repair assessment. A preliminary study on the micromechanics and macromechanic will also be introduced as to understand strength of the composite structure.

Objectives

  • Course participant will acquire a detailed understanding of the engineering development for the repair of composite structures and preliminary theory of composite strength and stiffness.

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

Advanced Composite Repair For Technicians

These 5 days course is specifically aimed at technicians or engineers in understanding various types of repair scheme. The repair procedures are carried out by referring to SRM and other technical documentations. The exposure of relevant tools and equipment such as hot bonder, infrared curing etc. will impart during the training.

Objectives

  • Course participant will enhance the skills in typical composite repair process from the mid section, edge and ply transitioning on a typical aerospace structural parts and components. The SRM will be utilized as the point of reference and equipment such as hot bonder will also be used. The heat assisted curing will be carried out as part of the outcome of the training.

Duration:
5 days

Target Audience:
Aviation Personnel

Requirement
NIL

Structure
Theory

Status
Active

Related to UniKL Program
Yes

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