Subpart J regulatory approval provides for the Design of Aircraft and Components Design Organisation Approval (DOA). The responsibilities associated with the management of a Design Organisation are numerous and varied with a constant flow of challenges.
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.
As the Owner of the certification responsibility related to the product part or appliance, it is essential to ensure full compliance with all regulatory requirements, national and environmental requirements as well as all related certification specifications.
Part 21 which is essentially harmonised with FAR 21 in so much as the shared objectives was created to deliver an efficient certification processes with a reduced (in comparison to FAR 21) Direct EASA certification oversight.
How are you currently measuring the effectiveness of Design Assurance System to ensure it is delivering an effective return on your investment?
A company holding Part-21 Subpart J Design Organisation Approval (DOA), has the approval to Design and certify aircraft parts.
What is the Benefit of this Training – What will I learn?
a) To be able to explain the Design Organisation Assurance System
b) Achieve a high level of competency within your organisation related to regulatory obligations
c) Understanding related to the development and ownership of the continuing airworthiness obligations related to Products Parts and Appliances
d) To understand the mechanism whereby the CVE can certify full compliance with requirements
e) To be able to actively engage in the involvement of all the regulatory authority and EASA
f) To understand the methodology used to manage and control investigations and the development of Service information
Why Should I choose SAS for this training?
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The first is that we are professional and we listen to our customers. Please visit our download area as an example of how we engage with our customer on a practical level https://sassofia.com/download-area.
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What Makes EASA Part 21 Subpart J Regulatory Framework & Organisational Processes – 3 Days Different?
Our instructors are competent and well versed in the need to build effective understanding into a range of opportunities which may be used to take the organization forward, by delivering outcomes, identifying roles and responsibilities and agreed timelines.
Our EASA Part 21 compliant regulatory training courses are overseen and usually delivered by an EASA Part 21 Subpart J Certification Verification Engineer
At Sofema Aviation Services our focus is on accepting that compliance with EASA Regulations is in fact minimum compliance. Interpreting the regulations in a way which enables the development and optimization of our business is where we should see opportunity to drive efficiency and cost saving.
Detailed Content / Topics – The Following Subjects will be Addressed
- General Introduction
- Airworthiness Principles & Continuing Airworthiness – the link between ICAO – EASA – EU Competent Authority (CA)
- Introduction to EASA Part 21 high-level regulatory Implementing Rules (IR) environment together with supporting AMC & Certification Specifications (CS) material
- Regulatory Update – 2017
- Commission Regulation 748 / 2012 & overview of Part 21 Subparts
- Detailed Review Part 21Subpart J
- Subpart J Design Organisation Approval initial issue and assurance process
- EASA Delegation Processes (Part 21 Subpart J)
- Practical Considerations related to the Design Assurance System and the roles and responsibilities including CVEs)
- Managing Competency in a Part 21 DOA
- Understanding the process to manage the Design Organisation Handbook including the Procedures, Organisation Charts and the amendment Procedure.
- Developing & Managing Instructions for Continued Airworthiness ICAW
- Investigation methods and processes interface with Production Organisation Approval (POA)
- Supplemental Type Certificates (STC)
- Repair Approval Procedures
- Equipment Approval Procedures – Process Review and Management of Part 21 Subpart “0” ETSO Authorisations
- SMS in a Part 21 Organisation
- Forthcoming Changes The challenge of Performance Based Methodology – what does it mean?
Nominated personnel and other key personnel in Part 21 Design & Production Organisations, Quality Managers Design Heads, Compliance Verification Engineers, Certification Managers, Quality Control Managers, Civil Aviation Authority representatives, Military Airworthiness Design Stakeholders. Accountable Managers, Quality Auditors and Airline CAMO Staff.
Other persons interested in obtaining a detailed understanding of the Design, Certification and Production of Aircraft Parts will also find the course useful
Background knowledge related to EASA regulation 748/2012 familiar with the basic concepts related to design obligations will be an advantage to benefit from this training
A detailed understanding of Aviation Product Design and Production regulatory driven processes.
A thorough understanding of the associated terminology and procedures including changes to Type Design, Control of Supplementary Type Certificates (STC) (modifications) and repairs.
This training is intended to focus on the essential elements to provide a comprehensive understanding of the entire Design Organization / Production Organization Process.
3 Days – Each training day will start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00 with appropriate refreshment breaks.