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TR24: EASA Part 21 Subpart J - Understanding and Optimising Your Design Organisation Approval (DOA)

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Aviation Safety Academy, Fairoaks Airport, Surrey, UK £ 895.00*
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Aviation Safety Academy, Fairoaks Airport, Surrey, UK £ 895.00*
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Managing a busy Design Organisation is a constant challenge and regulatory requirements are often percieved to add to the burden. Part 21 was created to help boost the competitiveness of the aviation industry by promoting efficient regulatory and certification processes and lowering industry certification liaison effort. So, even though you are generating a compliant design, how well did you perform its execution? How does the regulation interface with your existing management system - and how can you ensure your DOA will deliver value to your organisation?

Key Content 

  • The international legal environment - ICAO, EASA, relationship with other competent authorities, etc.
  • Introduction to high-level applicable regulations and the structure of the Implementing Rules and supporting Certification Specifications
  • Familiarisation with the EU Regulation(s) containing Part 21 and how to manage amendments
  • Review the reasoning behind Part 21, from both organisational and regulatory perspectives
  • Summary of all Part21 Subparts so as to put Subpart J in context
  • Detailed review of Part 21 Subpart J
  • Practical advice on the Design Assurance System (including the Handbook, Procedures, Organisation Charts and the roles and responsibilities of CVEs)
  • Part 21 amendments in the EASA pipeline (e.g. SMS and LOI)
  • Performance-based oversight and introduction of the concept of “what does good look like?”

Benefits of Attending:

  • Increase your organisation’s levels of compliance by ensuring you are familiar with the rules
  • Minimise risk to you and your organisation through unwitting non-compliance
  • Increase your confidence to engage and discuss the regulation with regulatory authority staff
  • Save time and improve efficiency in your business by introducing ‘best practice’

Who Should Attend

  • Head of Design
  • Office of Airworthiness (incl. Certification Managers)
  • Compliance Verification Engineers
  • Independent System Monitors (incl. Quality Assurance)
  • Design Managers and Team Leaders
  • Design and Test personnel preparing qualification data
  • National Aviation Authority Managers, including from Military Airworthiness Authorities
  • Accountable Managers, who are ultimately accountable for DOA performance
  • Programme Managers responsible for scheduling design activities

Course Level:

Practitioner Level Training (P) is suitable for those who have worked in the subject for some time, are familiar with core terminologies and concepts and are looking to develop or update their level of knowledge and practical understanding. 

Related courses for competence development

TR14 EASA Part 21 Subpart G – Production Organisation Approval Essentials
TR71: Airworthiness Best Practice for Managers

Further Information

Please download the Course Information pdf for full course details. Alternatively, contact our Training Advisor on +44(0)1276 859 519 or email training@bainessimmons.com for more assistance.

  

 

 

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