Locations / Date

Hoofddorp, Netherlands

10 November 2017

St. Julians, Malta

12 September 2017

490.00

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Training courses

Aircraft Registration Training Course

Introduction

What is required to register an aircraft?

What can a national authority demand from an applicant?

Where do all the requirements come from?

These questions and many more will be answered in this course. It looks at the topics from both sides – authority and applicant. In this training the basic principles will be explained as well as detailed information about recently changed rules. The global aspects (ICAO requirements) and the regional rules (EASA) will be dealt with. The differences between airworthiness and operational requirements will be pointed out.

This training is a good starting point for beginners - it often is referred to as “Aviation 101” - but it also gives experts with lots of experience a better look at specific topics.

Course Content

This course will address the following points:

ICAO

EASA

Airworthiness (Initial and Continuing)

Operational Requirements

Objectives

Legal basis

Process of registration

  • Registration
  • Airworthiness
  • Noise
  • Radio
  • Insurance
  • Emergency Locator Transmitter
  • Operation Specifications
  • RVSM

De-registration

Export Certificate of Airworthiness

Change of Ownership

Learning Objectives

To present information on international requirements and standards for aircraft registration.

To give guidance on course of actions.

To provide a better understanding of the topics.

To enable the participants to use the requirements more efficiently.

Who should take this course

The course is aimed mainly at:

  • Owners of aircraft
  • Operators
  • Accountable managers
  • National Authority Personnel involved in registration
  • Airworthiness Review Staff
  • CAMO personnel
  • Maintenance personnel
  • QA personnel

But also persons who are new to aviation.

Pre-requisites

None are needed.

Duration

This is a one-day course starting at 9:00 and ending at approximately 17:00.