A Better Understanding of Business Aircraft Documents and Recordkeeping
Business Aircraft Records on-line educational courses are designed to help aircraft maintenance personnel from students to seasoned professionals better understand the documents we use every day in Business Aviation.
BAR’s courses are FAA focused. Content is drawn from information in the Aircraft Maintenance Technician Handbook (FAA-H-8083-30A), Chapter 2; from the Aviation Mechanic General, Airframe, and Powerplant – Airman Certification Standards (FAA-S-ACS-1); and …
from the real-world experience of BAR’s team of aircraft maintenance professionals with a combined experience of over 200 years in business aircraft maintenance and operations.
- The Importance of Aircraft Records
- Maintenance Records and Documentation
- Title 14 CFR, Parts 43.9 and 43.11 Logbook Entries and Return to Service Requirements
- Certificates of Airworthiness and 8130-3 Airworthiness Certificates
- 8110-3 and 8900-1 Data Approval
- TCs, STCs, Form 337s, and ICAs
- Excessive or Unnecessary Information
- Task Cards, EOs, and SRM References
- AD Notes, SBs, ASCs, and Modifications
- Electronic Aircraft Records
Become a certified Aircraft Documents Specialist and enjoy these benefits:
- Career advancement
- Increased employability
- More recognition for your professionalism and expertise.
This specialized certification not only expands your knowledge but also provides opportunities for personal growth and contributes to the safety and compliance of the aviation industry.
Simply take all ten courses, pass the quizzes at the end of each course. We’ll verify your achievement and send you a numbered, authenticated certificate and include you in our directory of certified Aircraft Documents Specialists!