AEA to Host Series of Regulatory Webinars for Members

The AEA has scheduled a series of webinars to cover all the regulatory topics that were missed at the AEA Convention. Members can participate on the AEA website with their member login and password. Here's the schedule for the next few weeks, and more sessions will be added later in the spring.

Part 43: The Business of Aircraft Maintenance – Tuesday, April 21 (3 p.m. EDT) 
To understand maintenance, you must understand Part 43 and all of the regulatory links from Part 43 to Parts 21, 65, and 91. This session will present an overview of Part 43 and how it relates to repair station design and operations.

FAA Drug and Alcohol Inspection Items: Be prepared for your next auditTuesday, April 28 (3 p.m. EDT)
Did you know that inspectors are not required to provide advanced notice of an audit? During this presentation, attendees will learn the best methods to keep their anti-drug and alcohol misuse prevention program on track. This includes going through the audit checklist, understanding program requirements and keeping organized for a violation-free inspection.

Beyond ADS-B Installations: Continued AirworthinessThursday, May 7 (3 p.m. EDT)
As the ADS-B mandated Jan. 1, 2020, deadline has now come and gone, it is time to look toward the continued airworthiness of these new systems. What checks and inspections are required of the new systems? How to manage software updates with approved “paired” systems such as GNSS or transponders? What are the post-validation requirements for changes within approved ADS-B systems? This session is designed to answer your questions about the continued airworthiness of the ADS-B installed technology.

Part 145: How to Implement and Manage a Repair Station Capability ListTuesday, May 12 (3 p.m. EDT)
Knowing a business’ capabilities is a fundamental element of any successful business. This session looks at the regulatory requirement of 14 CFR 145.215 and the practical application of this requirement for all limited rated repair stations.

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