Airworthiness Training

Information on Training courses available for Airworthiness

Airworthiness Course

Further details on this course can be found on the CAA International Website.

Who should attend

This course is aimed at anyone in the aviation industry who requires an overall understanding of how airworthiness and safety regulation is controlled in the UK. Suitable for representatives from national aviation authorities, airlines, maintenance organisations and manufacturers worldwide.

Course Objectives

  • To gain a full understanding of the foundation topics: International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), structure of UK CAA, the concept of airworthiness, air law, the European Safety Agency (EASA) and the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA).
  • To gain knowledge in the Design and Production field: to include Design Organisation Approval process, certification of large and small aircraft, rotorcraft, flight handling, propulsion regulation, power plant installation, aircraft equipment approvals, installation approval, structures, avionics and cabin safety.
  • To understand requirements regarding continuing airworthiness: maintenance and reliability programmes, airworthiness and avionics, ageing aircraft, quality in aircraft maintenance, engineer licensing, EASA Part 145 approved organisations and auditing techniques.
  • To identify with flight operations and maintenance: The Air Operators Certificate, aerial work and corporate aircraft, JAR-OPS/EASA Part M (AOC maintenance), flight manuals and MMEL.
  • To be familiar with current issues and practices in Human Factors and Safety Management.
  • To gain knowledge regarding interfaces: accident and occurrence reporting, flight data recording analysis and aircraft accident prevention.

Overview

This course provides an overall introduction to issues surrounding the concept of airworthiness. In addition to lectures from specialists within the UK CAA, lecturers from industry including manufacturers, airlines, maintenance organisations and accident investigators support this comprehensive course.

Further information and booking forms can be found on the CAA International Website.


Airworthiness Surveyor Course

Further details on this course can be found on the CAA International Website.

Who should attend

This is a comprehensive course offering a combination of both practical and theoretical training, designed to cover all the basic core competency elements for an Airworthiness Inspector.

The course aims to enable the candidates to further their knowledge of safety regulations, processes and procedures, whilst providing a greater understanding of the correct approach to regulating industry.

Course Objectives

The objective of the course is to provide delegates with an understanding of airworthiness regulations and how they can be implemented in a real world situation. Although the course is focused on current European requirements the skills learnt are applicable to any regulatory environment. It is our aim to ensure that delegates leave with the confidence to put their new skills into practice.

Overview

  • What makes a good surveyor – the correct approach
  • Policy and standards in regulation
  • Part 66 Engineer licensing
  • Audit planning and tracking
  • Flight operations/ Airworthiness interface
  • Quality auditing and techniques
  • Human factors in aircraft maintenance
  • Part M Continued Airworthiness Approved Organisations
  • Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organisations
  • Part 21 Approved Production Organisations
  • Part 21 Aircraft Certification
  • ACAM aircraft surveys
  • SAFA ramp inspections
  • Additional regulatory activities
  • 2 weeks CAA regional office experience

Further information and booking forms can be found on the CAA International Website.