Marshall Centre has a long history of supporting Maintenance Repair Organisations (MRO) in establishing the highest level of competency in the aerospace industry. We provide a single source, turn key solution to all your aviation regulatory, safety and quality requirements. We also have a proud history of 100 years delivering aerospace engineering apprenticeships.
By using a collaborative training needs analysis we ensure our training meets all our customers critical objectives. We have demonstrated performance in building bespoke packages of learning from OEM technical data, modification packages and design specifications including unique to operator and special missions systems.
We offer audit and consultancy capabilities against both NAA and CAA Part 145, Part CAMO, Part 21 and Part 147 or equivilants including preparation for accountable manager interviews, initial approval application and resolution of audit findings. Within our team, we have experience of building and managing CAA compliant safety, quality and training management systems and managing MRO operations and risk.
We hold and maintain industry standard regulations and approvals so you don't have to. These include:
Jon provides regulatory guidance and advice to ensure compliance that enables the delivery of technical training to the highest possible standard. Jon has 30 years’ experience within the Aerospace industry focusing on quality assurance, regulatory training, maintenance, modification and business support in both Civilian & Military regulatory standards.
Outside work, he enjoys participating in many sports, including:
John is a learning facilitator with 40 years' experience in the aviation industry. Starting work in the RAF as an Airframe Technician on Harriers before moving onto civil aircraft. John came to the company as a qualified type instructor to deliver Boeing and Airbus aircraft types and then moved onto C130 Hercules types. John has both CAA and FAA aircraft maintenance licences and has a passion for football and hedgehogs.
Steve joined the RAF as an Airframe mechanic at 16. He stayed in the RAF for 25 years where he qualified as an Airframe and Propulsion technician and worked on Tornado F3, Tornado GR1, Hawk, Puma and finally Hercules C-130K and C-130J. He joint managed the RAF C-130J Primary Maintenance team until the introduction of HIOS whereupon he moved into the C-130J training school as an instructor; a role he thoroughly enjoys and will now continue to develop the next generation of talent at Marshall Centre.