Avionics Training Excellence Award

CASR Part 145 AMO Training

Course Dates:
Monday — Thursday
9:00 a.m. — 5:00 p.m.
9:00 a.m. — 4:00 p.m.

Training Location:
Aviation Australia
Cairns Aviation Skills Centre
1 Tom McDonald Drive
Cairns International Airport

Hotel Information:
Shangri-La Hotel, The Marina, Cairns
Pierpoint Road, Cairns, Queensland Australia
Phone:  +61 7 4031 1411

Hotel Rate: AUS $152 per night, between 6th and 11th July (limited avaiability)

Booking enquiries should be directed to reservations.slmc@shangri-la.com
Please note, the request must refer to AEA (Aircraft Electronics Assoc)

Course Overview

As with any quality system, developing the design, organization and operation of a AMO, fully understanding the regulations and how the AMO will be audited will assist the applicant to develop a more thorough and complete exposition. As such, this program follows this same building-block process. One session many be longer or shorter based on the level of discussion with the students.

Ric Peri, AEA vice president of government & industry affairsPresented by:
Ric Peri, AEA vice president of government & industry affairs.

Who Should Attend?

The CASR Part 145 AMO Training Course was created for start-up repair stations as well as mature operations looking to improve their understanding of the regulations, performing internal audits and editing repair station manuals.

This course was designed for individuals looking to establish a CASR Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) as well as current quality managers, technicians, mechanics, and repairman who are involved in the management of a repair station.

Australian Regulations for Maintenance Organisation

This program will review the regulations applicable to a certificated maintenenace organization.  This training program will review requirements of CASR Part 42, 145 and the Part 145 MOS and how various other regulatory parts interface with Part 145.

  • CASR Part 145 - Maintenance organisations
  • CASR Part 42 - Continuing airworthiness requirements for aircraft and aeronautical products
  • CASR Part 66 - Continuing airworthiness — aircraft engineer licences and ratings
Preparing for an Audit of your Approved Maintenance Organisation

To provide attendees with a clear understanding of how AMOs are audited. This course will include a complete review of the guidance and policy regarding the procedures to assure a repair station is operating within the criteria of their manuals.

Many repair station feel that the audit is an unknown, gottcha, audit that is feared.  Following this program the student will understand the scope of the audit, understand the logic of the audit items and be able to be better prepared to receive an external audit.

Writing AMO Exposition

Why pay thousands to a consultant who simply wants to use a template for you with no real understanding of your business. Don’t over-commit your AMO to processes and procedures outside the scope of your work, simplify your exposition, speed up your audits and maintain compliance with this thorough review of your exposition.

In this two-day hands-on course, attendees will draft or revise their own AMO exposition. 

Bring your laptop, current manuals and be prepared to write.



Training Contact
Mike Adamson, Vice President of Member Programs & Education Mike Adamson,
Vice President of Member Programs & Education
Email: mikea@aea.net
Phone: 816-347-8400

Training Dates


Australian Regulations for Repair Stations

Preparing for a audit of your Approved Maintenance Organisation

Writing AMO Exposition