Airworthiness Five Day Training Course - SKY06
Course Dates 2013/Location
21st-25th January London 18th-22nd February London 22nd-26th April London
Course Reference: SKY06
Course Type: Regulatory Compliance
Duration: 5 days
Cost: £ 1,375.00 pp*
*VAT will be applied to all bookings at the prevailing rate.
The Aims of the course is to introduce the Airworthiness aspects for all activities associated with Civil Aircraft operating in, or influenced by International Aviation regulatory standards and the implementation of common requirements in the field of aviation. A common thread of Airworthiness and Safety will run through the whole course taking in Type Certification, Supplemental Type Certification, changes (modifications) and repairs at all levels, approvals to support Design, Production for the TC holder, Operational Approvals, Continued Airworthiness Management under Part M through maintenance activities of Part 145 and the certification of personnel through Parts 66 and 147.
The objectives of the course are:
To give delegates the background to the current regulations; develop all aspects of certification and operation from the development of the design concept through Part 21 Design and Production approval, in-service Operation and Continued Airworthiness management.
The benefits of attending the course are:
To demonstrate the whole regulatory concept of aircraft design, manufacture, modification, operation and how these processes are managed and maintained.
To provide current practical application and guidance on how to effectively understand the regulatory principles for all airworthiness related approvals and standards.
Who Should Attend
This course is aimed at aviation authorities, airlines, design organizations, maintenance organisations and manufacturers worldwide.
The key topics of the course are:
Introduction to ICAO, JAA, EASA, State of Registry, Certification, Certification Specifications, changes and mods, repairs, STCs
Quality Systems overview, Part 21 Design Approval Holder responsibilities, Alternative procedures, Overview of Part 21 approvals, Equipment approval process (ETSO/TSO)
Part 21 production, Continued Airworthiness Principles, JAR Ops 1/3, TC principles using CS 25 1309 & 1529 etc, Part M overview
Airworthiness management procedures covering a wide range of processes including for example, Part M Subpart C,F,G and I including CofA issue, software management, maintenance programme management aircraft survey concepts
Part 145 Maintenance Approvals including modification and production issues in-service as well as the relationships between maintenance organization approval and licensing of mechanics including Part 66/147 (component licence and Appendix 4 overseas licence issues), Course Closure, Q&A
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