UK CAA / EASA Airworthiness Regulations – Essentials for Support Staff

TR23 | 1 day | Grade: Foundation

Many staff employed in continuing airworthiness and/or maintenance support roles have the potential to impact on the organisation’s safety objectives, but are often overlooked when it comes to formal training in regulatory responsibilities; this being an area usually ‘reserved’ for Quality/Compliance Monitoring personnel, Managers or Certifying Staff. This course is designed especially for those ‘overlooked’ staff. It clarifies the UK CAA/EASA airworthiness regulatory systems and highlights how their responsibilities can be as important to aircraft safety as any other person.
 

Upcoming Training

15 May - 15 May 2023

Virtual Classroom

£520.00 (excl. VAT)

20 Nov - 20 Nov 2023

Virtual Classroom

£520.00 (excl. VAT)

In-Company Training

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Delivered exclusively for your company

How will this course benefit me?

This general level course is aimed at filling the gap of regulatory understanding for those working in the aviation industry within supporting roles in a Part 21, Part M or Part 145 environment and who indirectly work to ensure the airworthiness of civil aircraft.
It is designed to raise awareness of the objectives of the regulations and their significance to all staff in the safety system.

Completing this course will assist you to:

  • Have enhanced awareness of your individual role responsibilities in the regulatory context
  • Have improved confidence in identifying risk and questioning potential risk situations
  • Make more informed decisions through increased appreciation of the company
  • Expositions/Handbooks and associated procedures
  • Enhance organisational safety gained from a greater understanding of the regulations

 

Key areas of focus

  • Definitions of key terms and vocabulary
  • Understanding the concept of safety
  • The international legal aviation environment; relationships between ICAO, the EU and the UK
  • UK CAA/EASA regulatory interactions post Brexit
  • The transition to integrated Management Systems
  • Overview of Basic Regulations for UK CAA/EASA and Part 21, Part M, Part 145, Part 66 and Part 147 regulations relating the intent of the requirements to individuals’ organisations and their job roles.

 

Is this course right for me?

This course is ideal for anyone in the aviation industry who needs a basic understanding of civil aviation safety legislation, including those in:

  • Technical Records
  • Stores and Purchasing
  • Engineering Support
  • Production Planning
  • Technical Publications/Library
  • Technical Training
  • Human Resources
  • Facilities Management
  • Any other support role

 

This course would also benefit

  • New employees and contract staff

 

Prerequisites

There are no prerequisites for attending this course

Course Format

This course is a balanced mix of group discussions, flipchart work and PowerPoint presentations. Managed syndicate exercises give you the opportunity to practise the application and evaluation of new processes and techniques.

 
Course level

Foundation Level Training (F) is suitable for those with little or no prior knowledge of the subject who are looking to develop a fundamental level of understanding, competency and knowledge.
 
Assessment process: Course assessment and feedback from the facilitator.
 
Course size: 16 persons maximum at our Aviation Safety Academy or on-site at your facility.