TR24M02 | 2 days | Grade: Practitioner
Continued Airworthiness is a frequently used term in EASA Part 21, but not defined. The military (under the equivalent EMAR21) does describe it as “all tasks to be carried out to verify that the conditions under which a type certificate or a supplemental type certificate has been granted continue to be fulfilled at any time during its period of validity (Type Design)”. However, even that does not fully describe the scope of obligations associated with the term. It might be easier to think of Continued Airworthiness as the postcertification airworthiness obligations and requirements which Design Approval Holders (i.e. Design Organisations) and Production Organisations have under EASA Part 21.
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How will this course benefit me?
Ideally combined with TR14 (or its EMAR equivalent in TR80) or TR24M01 (or its EMAR equivalent in TR81M01), this module takes a practical approach to providing the necessary insight to ensure the intelligent adoption of the regulatory intent behind the Continued Airworthiness requirements, which are currently distributed across:
Using industry experience and examples of best practice, you will explore these key elements of Part 21 so that you will not only be able to ensure your organisation is fully compliant, but also that compliance is achieved within a system which is fully integrated into the culture and management system(s) of the organisation.
Completing this course will ensure you understand:
Is this course right for me?
This practitioner level course is specifically designed for:
Note: Production Organisations need only attend the morning session.
Individuals in the following positions would benefit from a comprehensive understanding on how the Continued Airworthiness obligations influences their daily responsibilities:
This course would also benefit:
Pre-requisites:A prerequisite for the course is a fair level of understanding of:
Course format: This course is a balanced mix of group discussions, flipchart work and PowerPoint presentations. A review of appropriate documents will, naturally, form part of the course.
Course level: Practitioner/Advanced Level Training (P) is suitable for those who have worked in the subject for some time, are familiar with core terminologies and concepts and are looking to develop or update their level of knowledge and practical understanding.
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.
Course: Part 21 Continued Airworthiness Obligations
Reference code: TR24M02
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