Suspected Unapproved Parts Training

Bostonair’s online Suspected Unapproved Parts course is designed to equip aviation professionals with the knowledge necessary to identify, handle, and report aircraft parts that may not meet regulatory standards. Our course aligns with EASA, CAA and FAA regulations, and will provide participants with the necessary certification to work in environments regulated by both authorities.

Accessible online 24/7, 365 days a year, our SUP training course is the ideal way to fit in required learning around a busy lifestyle and current employment. The course materials comprise of engaging multimedia content, interactive quizzes, and real-world case studies, all designed to enhance the learning experience and ensure that key concepts are properly understood.

Find out more about our Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUP) course below, and enrol today.

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Our SUP online course will provide participants with a practical understanding of unapproved parts best practise procedures, as outlined by EASA, CAA and FAA regulations.

Students will gain a solid understanding of the problems associated with unapproved and suspect parts in the aviation workplace, the process of verifying the status of parts, and procedures to ensure that only approved parts are accepted into Aviation Stores. Upon completion participants will have a full understanding of the legal and compliance implications of unapproved parts in aviation, and will be able to apply these concepts practically in the workplace.

Covering all essential concepts, Bostonair’s Suspected Unapproved Parts course is applicable for all professions involved in aviation parts management, including but not exclusive to licensed engineers, aviation maintenance technicians, procurement professionals, and compliance teams. The course includes a full outline of the following subjects:

  • Terms and Abbreviations
  • Introduction to Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • Suspect Parts: The Problem
  • Examples of Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • EASA Form 1, FAA8130-3 & TCCA Form 1
  • Status of Parts
  • Approved Parts & Exceptions
  •  Detecting Suspected Unapproved Parts
  • Reporting Suspected Unapproved Parts
  •  Preventing SUPs Entering the System

Meet Our Training Team

Paul Gash

Head of Training

Alasdair Patrick

Head of Commercial (BTTL)

Aidan Gardner

Online Training Manager