This training program consist 5 modules plus one quiz. Upon completing all lessons and quiz in this program you will have a general understanding of Aircraft Maintenance Cost principles.
In today’s challenging economy, the pressure to improve aircraft reliability, reduce costs and increase profits has become a common topic among many organizations. Not only has maximizing aircraft utilization become vital to success, but controlling aircraft maintenance costs is now also essential. This course focuses on the important aspects of aircraft maintenance costs. More specifically, attendees will gain an understanding of the breadth of data that needs to be collected to make logical inferences and analytical methods on how airline costs can be broken down and understanding on how they can vary from aircraft to aircraft depending on aircraft utilization and age. This training also exposes participants to the cost of implementing modifications to the aircraft and calculating the return on investment. This course has been developed so that anyone who deals with maintenance costs would benefit from taking it. In particular, this course is targeted to airline maintenance cost analysts, management, maintenance planners, regulatory authorities (FAA, EASA, TCCA), purchasing managers, consultants and vendors offering Cost-by-Hour (CBH) programs. Upon completion, participants will receive a Bombardier approved training completion certificate. Bombardier recommends participants to register for Aircraft Reliability course before completing this course to learn about the reliability concepts required to gain an understanding on maintenance cost management. Lessons included in this course are Introduction to maintenance cost, Direct Maintenance Cost (DMC) budgeting and modeling, Component analysis: case studies, Life cycle cost concepts case study, Return on investment (ROI) methodology and case study. For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.