This one-day course focuses on UK CAA & EASA Bilateral agreements and arrangements related to aircraft certification and maintenance, as well as additional implementation procedures that cover specific issues such as design approval, production acceptance, export airworthiness approval, post-design approval activities, technical cooperation, and maintenance.
Bilateral agreements and arrangements allow the airworthiness certification of civil aeronautical products to be shared between two countries, including the form and acceptance of EASA Form 1 & UK CAA Form 1.
The technical implementation procedures for airworthiness and environmental certification (TIP) give both the CAA and EASA oversight of the Air Safety Agreement that was signed between the UK and EU in December and sets out the measures the aerospace sector must take in order to design and produce new aerospace parts moving between the UK and the EU.
From 1 January 2023, the UK will no longer be able to recognise EASA-issued certificates, approvals and licenses for the operations and/or maintenance of UK-registered aircraft. The CAA is encouraging holders of EASA approvals and personnel licenses to begin the process of obtaining their UK equivalents.
What is the Benefit of this Training –What will I learn?
a) Gain a detailed awareness of the type of certificate evaluation process considerations FAA – UK CAA.
b) Be able to fully engage with the bi-lateral approval between FAA & UK CAA concerning products & articles
d) Understand the technical implementation procedures for airworthiness and environmental certification between UK CAA & EASA.
e) To underlying the differences between UK CAA / EASA part 66 module 9 and UK CAA / EASA part 66 module 10
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
-Terminology related to UK CAA – & EASA Bi-Lateral Agreements
-General Overview of Changes
-UK Aviation Law – Current Position – February 2023
-Review Concerning the use of EASA Form 1 and UK CAA Form 1 – Including Block 12
-Introduction to FAA- UK CAA Implementation Procedures for Airworthiness
-Type Certificate Evaluation Process Considerations FAA – UK CAA
-UK CAA – FAA Export Airworthiness Approval Considerations
-Bi-Lateral Approval between FAA & UK CAA Concerning Products & Articles
-Bi Lateral Treatment of FAA TSO / UK CAA – UKTSO Articles & PMA
-UK CAA – EASA Validation of Design Certificates Review
-Technical Implementation Procedures Airworthiness and Environmental Certification between UK CAA & EASA
-UK CAA – MCAI (Mandatory Continuing Airworthiness Information)
-UK CAA – International Aviation Additional Working Arrangements Overview
-UK CAA / EASA Part 66 Module 9 Differences
-UK CAA / EASA Part 66 Module 10 Differences
Regulatory Authorities, Nominated personnel, and other key personnel in Part 145 Organisations, Quality Managers/ Quality Auditors and Airline CAMO Staff.
A background understanding related to regulatory awareness of the EASA / FAA regulatory environment is beneficial.
By the end of this course, delegates will be able to:
-To release knowledge of the use of EASA Form 1 and UK CAA Form 1
-Understand how All EASA certificates, approvals, and licenses will be recognized by the CAA
-To recodnise the considerations related to UK CAA – MCAI (mandatory continuing airworthiness information) related to the process for managing MCAI within the UK CAA as part of the UK CAA / EASA bilateral agreement technical implementation procedures (TIP).
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1 day – The training will commence at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
To register for this training, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Call +359 28210806