We offer a comprehensive set of training courses designed to cover all airworthiness aspects of civil aviation. Our training services are based on EASA Regulations.

 

EASA Part-M training (Continuing airworthiness requirements)

 

Duration

3 days

Target group

Airworthiness review staff, auditors and management personnel of continuing airworthiness management organisations, as well as inspectors and management personnel of aviation authorities.

Preconditions

Aircraft operations and/or maintenance knowledge; practical work experience in continuing airworthiness management.

Assignments and Exam

Multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, upon successful completion of the exam.

Training objective

Understanding the principles of all relevant airworthiness regulations and responsibilities in line with Annex I (Part M) Regulation (EU) 1321/2014, in particular accountability, continued airworthiness, maintenance standards, components, continued airworthiness management organisation, certificate of release to service, airworthiness review certificate.

 

 

EASA Part-145 training (Approved Maintenance Organisation)

 

Duration

2 days

Target group

certifying staff, auditors and management personnel of maintenance organisations, as well as inspectors and management personnel of aviation authorities.

Preconditions

Aircraft operations and/or maintenance knowledge; practical work experience in maintenance environment.

Assignments and Exam

Multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, which specifies the training course content

Training objective

Understanding the principles of the technical requirements of approved maintenance organisations in line with Part 21 (Annex to Regulation (EC) 748/2012), including production without production organisation approval.

 

 

EASA Part-ML training (Continuing airworthiness requirements – Light)

 

Duration

2 days

Target group

Aircraft owners, holders of pilot-owner authorisations, CAMO and CAO management personnel, as well as inspectors and management personnel of aviation authorities.

Preconditions

Aircraft operations and/or maintenance knowledge

Assignments and Exam

Multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, which specifies the training course content

Training objective

Understanding the principles of the technical requirements of Continuing airworthiness requirements for light aircraft in line with Part 21 (Annex to Regulation (EC) 748/2012), including production without production organisation approval.

 

 

EASA Part-CAMO training (Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization)

 

Duration

2 days

Target group

airworthiness review staff, auditors and CAMO management personnel, as well as inspectors and management personnel of aviation authorities.

Preconditions

Aircraft operations and/or maintenance knowledge; practical work experience in continuing airworthiness management.

Assignments and Exam

Multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, which specifies the training course content

Training objective

Understanding the principles of the technical requirements of continuing airworthiness management organization approval in line with Part 21 (Annex to Regulation (EC) 748/2012), including production without production organisation approval.

 

 

EASA Part-CAO training (Combined airworthiness organization)

 

Duration

2 days

Target group

certifying and airworthiness review staff, auditors and CAO management personnel, as well as inspectors and management personnel of aviation authorities.

Preconditions

Aircraft operations and/or maintenance knowledge; practical work experience in continuing airworthiness management.

Assignments and Exam

Multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, which specifies the training course content

Training objective

Understanding the principles of the technical requirements of combined airworthiness organization approval in line with Part 21 (Annex to Regulation (EC) 748/2012), including production without production organisation approval.

 

 

EASA Part 21 Subpart A, B, D, K, M, P, Q (European aircraft certification requirements)

 

Duration

5 days

Target group

Design engineers, compliance verification engineers, flight test pilots and engineers, quality engineers, management personnel of design organisations

Preconditions

Aircraft of industrial design and/or aircraft maintenance knowledge/experience.

Assignments and Exam

Individual practical assignments and multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, which specifies the training course content

Training objective

Understanding the principles of the technical requirements of type certification, changes to type certificates, supplemental type certificates, parts and appliances, repair approvals, permit to fly as well as identification of parts and appliances in line with Part 21 (Annex to Regulation (EC) 748/2012).

 

EASA Part 21 Subpart F & G training (Production Organisation Approval)

 

Duration

2 days

Target group

Production process managers and supervisors, managers of production organisations, certifying personnel, quality engineers and auditors, as well as flight test pilots and engineers, design engineers, compliance verification engineers, management personnel of design organisations.

Preconditions

Aircraft and/or industrial manufacturing knowledge/experience.

Assignments and Exam

Multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, which specifies the training course content

Training objective

Understanding the principles of the technical requirements of production organisation approval in line with Part 21 (Annex to Regulation (EC) 748/2012), including production without production organisation approval.

 

EASA Part 21 Subpart J training (Design organisation approval)

 

Duration

1 day

Target group

Design engineers, compliance verification engineers, flight test pilots and engineers, quality engineers, management and audit personnel of design organisations, including personnel organising and supervising design processes.

Preconditions

Aircraft and/or industrial design knowledge/experience.

Assignments and Exam

Multiple-choice exam questions

Certificate

Certificate will be issued, which specifies the training course content

Training objective

Understanding the principles of the technical requirements of design organisation approval in line with Part 21 (Annex to Regulation (EC) 748/2012),

 

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