The course syllabus includes the items contained in the EASA syllabus. The additional items have been selected onthe basis that they are regulatory items containing approvals or authority involvement, or which are of particular interest to highlight to inspectors. During the course the participants will receive many practical examples/case studies and the course is intended to be highly interactive.
By the end of the training course, the NAA Inspector shall be able to: identify, and justify the findings with regard to Initial Airworthiness, according to the European regulatory framework currently in place; Understand the roles of the European Union, EASA and the Member States; Understand the role of the Airworthiness Inspector; and Understand the roles of stakeholders in continuing airworthiness.
EU Regulation (EC) 216/2008, the following Chapters and Articles addressing Standardization will be addressed in this training course:
Chapter I: PRINCIPLES
Chapter II: SUBSTANTIVE REQUIREMENTS
Case study on how and when and what circumstances the exemptions (article 14.4) can be granted. In the cases the procedures/ responsibilities will be discussed.
Chapter III: THE EUROPEAN AVIATION SAFETY AGENCY
Commission Regulation (EU) No 628/2013, all articles of this Regulation will be addressed in this training course:
Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014, all articles of this Regulation will be addressed in this training course:
The following Annexes, of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014, will be addressed in this training course:
Annex I – PART-M
Annex II – PART-145
Annex III – PART-66
Annex IV – PART-147
The participants should have basic or working knowledge of at least one of the Annexes of Commission Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014.
Attendees are requested to familiarize themselves with the Basic Regulation and the Commission Implementing Regulation EU 628/2013
An optional JAA TO examination is available for this course. Candidates who pass a JAA TO Examination, receive an ECAC/JAA TO Certificate of Accomplishment.
3 days, starting at 09:00 on the first day and ending at approximately 16:30 (exercisesand case studies included).