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Part 145 – From Soup to Nuts

Take advantage of ARSA’s first intensive training: a four-hour exploration of 14 CFR part 145 by Executive Director Sarah MacLeod. Specially recorded with a hand-picked corps of live participants, MacLeod goes line-by-line through the repair station rule. The group’s open discussion explores the rule’s application and reviews the practical implications of obtaining and maintaining a repair station certificate.

For those in the maintenance community who demand a complete understanding of part 145, the most trustworthy source is the ARSA team that helped write it. Access the session now and receive unlimited viewing for 90 days. (Note: Pricing is based on per-hour member and non-member training rates).

Complying with Part 145 – “Soup to Nuts” (Four Hours)

Upon completion of this session, participants will have the tools to understand:

  • The totality of the regulations governing the work of an entity holding a part 145 air agency certificate for a repair station from the FAA.
  • How to research regulatory questions relating to work by a part 145 repair station.
  • The difference between regulatory compliance and commercial obligations.

Click here to register and get immediate access.

Registration for an ARSA-provided training includes:

  • Unlimited access for 90 days to the recording of the live session.
  • A copy of the presentation and all reference material with links to relevant resources and citations.
  • A certificate upon completion of the class, as well as any test material.

The association’s training program is provided through Obadal, Filler, MacLeod & Klein, P.L.C., the firm that manages ARSA. To go directly to OFM&K’s online training portal, visit PotomacLaw.inreachce.com. To learn more about the association’s training program and see course availability, visit arsa.org/training.


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