This course provides delegates with the basic core competencies required by an Airworthiness Surveyor and is delivered by relevant subject matter experts. Delegates will acquire further knowledge of Safety Regulations, processes and procedures, as well as gaining a greater understanding of the correct approach to regulating industry. The course includes ICAO requirements, to ensure that the skills learnt are applicable to any regulatory environment.
Who Should Attend
This course is suitable for new or potential Airworthiness Surveyors/ Inspectors who require a thorough grounding in all core Airworthiness Surveyor competencies.
The course covers all aspects of the subject matter:
• International Regulatory Framework
• ICAO and Convention on Civil Aviation
• The ICAO Annexes / ICAO Documents and Letters
• Contracting States Responsibilities
• Functions of the Regulatory Authority
• National Regulatory Structure
• EU Regulations and EASA
• Role of a Regional Office Functions
• Incidents accidents and Occurrence Reporting Systems and Risk Analysis
• Aircraft Leasing Arrangements
• The Registration of Aircraft
• Initial Airworthiness
• Airworthiness Certificates
• Survey of Aircraft
• Maintenance Programmes
• Fuel Tank Safety and EWIS
• Operational Requirements
• EASA Part M
• EASA Part 145
• Based on Part 21 Subpart G and J
• Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance and Production
• Part 66 and Part 147
Delegates are expected to have the following level of experience:
• Significant experience in aircraft maintenance.
• Licensed B1/B2 (or ICAO equivalent) engineer; OR
• Aeronautical degree or other professional qualification Delegates will ideally have attended the CAAi Airworthiness course or equivalent training programme.