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Basic Annex Part 21 Training Course
Based on the EU Regulation (EC) 216/2008 the EU Commission has issued amongst others Regulation (EU) 748/2012. Annexed to this Regulation is Annex I (Part 21) with Section A Technical Requirements and in Section B Procedures for Competent Authorities.
This course will discuss in general terms the legal and regulatory system as defined through (EC) 216/2008 and in detail (EU) 748/2012. It will address the EASA design approval process and under which conditions a Type Certificate, Restricted Type Certificate, a Supplemental Type Certificate and an ETSO Authorisation will be issued by EASA. Also the classification of changes and repairs will be explained and under which conditions changes and repairs are approved by EASA or alternatively approved by an approved Design Organisation. The conditions under which Competent Authorities shall issue Certificates of Airworthiness, Noise Certificates and Production approvals are addressed as well and also the different options regarding the issuance of the Permit to Fly by either the Competent Authority, the approved Design – or Production Organisation will be highlighted.
At the end of the training course the attendees should have a general understanding of Annex I (Part 21), Section A and Section B.
Note: The handout material, e.g. consolidated version of Annex I (Part 21) can be consulted during the e-examination.
The Annex I (Part 21) AMC & GM is NOT part of this training course, see also the EASA e-examination syllabus. However the consolidated version of Annex Part 21 AMC & GM is part of the hand-out material.
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The following subjects will be addressed:
- Module 1 – EASA
- Module 2 – Commission Regulation (EU) No 748/2012
Annex I (Part 21) - Section A
- Module 3 – Subpart A, General
- Module 4 – Subpart B , TC & RTC
- Module 5 – Subpart D, Changes to the TC
- Module 6 – Subpart E, STC
- Module 7 – Subpart F, Production without POA
- Module 8 – Subpart G, Production Organisation Appr.
- Module 9 – Subpart H, Airworthiness Certificates
- Module 10 – Subpart I, Noise Certificates
- Module 11 – Subpart J, Design Organisation Approval.
- Module 12 – Subpart K, Parts and Appliances
- Module 13 – Subpart M, Repairs
- Module 14 – Subpart O, ETSO Authorisation
- Module 15 – Subpart P, Permits to Fly
- Module 16 – Subpart Q, Identification of Products etc.
Annex I (Part 21) - Section B
- Module 17 – Subpart A, General
- Module 18 – Subpart F, Production without POA.
- Module 19 – Subpart G, Production Organisation Appr.
- Module 20 – Subpart H, Airworthiness Certificates
- Module 21 – Subpart I, Noise Certificates
- Module 22 – Subpart P, Permits to Fly
At the end of the training course the attendees should understand:
- The differentiation between EASA and Competent Authorities regarding the issuance of approvals and certificates
- The responsibilities of EASA, the Competent Authority and the Holders of approvals and/or certificates
- The approval processes related to the issue of approvals and/or certificates.
Attendees should be sufficiently knowledgeable to pass the EASA e-examination.
Who should take this course
- Managers and staff of applicants or holders of approvals and certificates as well as managers and staff of Competent Authorities who are responsible within their respective organisations for the issuance of approvals and/or certificates and the oversight of approval holders. Also staff with legal and administrative functions are encouraged to attend this training.
- Non-EASA Member State Aviation Authorities who would like to become familiar with Annex Part 21 or intend to implement it in their country.
A basic understanding of the subjects dealt with in the training course is an advantage but not necessary.
Note: Participants are kindly requested to bring their laptop to the training venue. Part of the training material will be provided electronically and access to this information is required for some elements of the course.
2 days (starting at 09:00 on the first day and ending at approximately 17:00 on the second day).