TR24M01 | 2 days | Grade: Practitioner
Managing a busy design organisation is a constant challenge, and regulatory requirements are often perceived 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 do you perform its execution? How does the regulation interface with your existing design management system and how can you ensure your DOA will deliver value to your organisation?
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How will this course benefit me?
This two-day course takes a practical approach to the EASA Part 21 Subpart J regulation, providing the necessary insight to (a) ensure your organisation is fully compliant to obtain and maintain approval, and (b) to ensure the intelligent adoption of the regulatory intent without adding any unnecessary bureaucracy which could stifle innovation and creativity that is so essential for design engineers.
Using industry experience and examples of best practice, you will explore the key features of the Part 21 Subpart J regulation so that you will not only be able to ensure your organisation is fully compliant, but also that compliance is achieved with minimum disruption to the existing design management system (assuming it is performing in the first place).
Completing this course will:
Key areas of focus
Note: For the FTOM, it does not apply to all Design Organisations, so see TR24M10 instead
Is this course right for me?
This practitioner level course is specifically designed for Design Organisations who hold (or intend to hold) approval for TC, STC, ETSO and Major Repairs or who want to self-approve Minor changes and repairs. There are no prerequisites for this course and no specific prior knowledge regarding EASA is required. Individuals in the following positions would benefit from a comprehensive understanding on how Subpart J influences their daily responsibilities:
This course would also benefit:
Frequently asked questions
Q. I see that this course and TR24M17 both cover the roles and responsibilities of CVEs. What’s the
difference between them?
A. This course gives you a thorough overview of the requirements of the Part 21 Subpart J regulation and
considers how it influences a CVE’s daily responsibilities. Our TR24M17 course focuses entirely on the role of a CVE in the Design Management System and goes into far more detail into how to design for compliance.
Course format: This course is a balanced mix of group discussions, case studies, flipchart work and
presentations. Managed syndicate exercises give you the opportunity to practise the application and
evaluation of new processes and techniques.
Course level: Practitioner Level Training (P) is suitable for those who have worked in the subject for
sometimes, are familiar with core terminologies and concepts and are looking to develop or update
their level of knowledge and practical understanding.
Assessment process: No formal assessment. Feedback is provided by the facilitator throughout the
Course size: 16 persons maximum at our Aviation Safety Academy, or on-site at your facility, 12
Course: Part 21 Subpart J - Understanding & Optimising your Design Organisation Approval (DOA)
Reference code: TR24M01
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