Subpart J regulatory approval provides for the Design of Aircraft and Components Design Organisation Approval (DOA) and Subpart G provides for a Production Organization approval (POA).

The primary function of the DOA holder is to assume full responsibility for all designed product (Initial Airworthiness) including the need to support Continued Airworthiness of the designed product.

Whilst the role of the POA relates in part to the role of (Continued Airworthiness) the primary function of the organization is Initial Airworthiness in respect of managing the production of Products Parts and Appliances for use on aircraft, the process is regulated in accordance with the requirements of Part 21.

A company holding Part-21 (CAR 21) Subpart J Design Organisation Approval (DOA), has the approval to Design and certify aircraft parts.

A company holding Part-21 (CAR 21) Subpart G Production Organisation Approval (POA), has the approval to build and certify aircraft parts when a DOA -POA agreement is in place.

1-Day Training

EASA Part 21 Review for CAMO Staff – 1 Day
EASA Part 21 Subpart G Regulatory Overview & Recurrent – 1 Day
FAA & EASA Supplemental Type Certificates (STC) training course ½ Day
FAA & EASA TSO & ETSO training course – ½ Day

 

2-Day Training

EASA Part 21 Subpart G / GCAA CAR 21 Subpart G – 2 Days
EASA Part 21 Subpart G Regulatory Framework – 2 Days
EASA Part 21 (CAMO) & Subpart G Review for Regulatory Authorities & Industry Extended – 2 Days
EASA Part 21 Subpart G & J Regulatory Framework – Essentials – 2 Days

3-Day Training

EASA Part 21 Subpart G & J Regulatory Framework – 3 Days
EASA Part 21 Subpart G Regulatory Framework – 3 Days
EASA Part 21 & CAR 21 Subpart G & J Regulatory Framework – 3 Days
EASA Part 21 Subpart J Regulatory Framework & Organisational Processes – 3 Days

5-Day Training

EASA Airworthiness Certification and Regulation – 5 Days
Certification Specification 25 (CS 25) Training Course – 5 Days