Everything you need to know about EASA Part-21 development and manufacturing operations is covered in this training. The course deals with the EASA design approval process and under which conditions a Type Certificate, Restricted Type Certificate, Supplemental Type Certificate and ETSO Approval are issued by EASA.
It also explains the classification of changes and repairs, and explains the conditions under which modifications and repairs are approved by EASA or, alternatively, by an approved design organisation. The conditions under which Competent Authorities are required to issue Certificates of Airworthiness (CoA), Noise Certificates and Production approvals, as well as the various options for issuing Permit to Fly by the Competent Authority, approved design or production organisations are covered.
At the end of the training, participants will have a general understanding of Annex I – Part 21, Section A and Section B.
Update: Coming soon (as of Q3 2019), the introduction of compliance monitoring and safety management system -comparable EASA Air Ops- for Part-21 operations is expected. The regulation replaces the 748/2012. In this seminar we answer the following questions: What are the innovations? What steps do I have to take now to be compliant?