This e-learning course provides the essential knowledge of aeronautical terms, authorities and official organizations required to understand regulatory requirements.
Successful completion will provide the necessary foundation for attending TEC's 2-day "Combined EASA Part 21–G & AS9100 Course & Workshop".
The course is delivered as an online e-Learning module via TEC's learning management system (LMS) platform. Within this e-Learning course, the following topics are covered:
Common (European) aviation terminology
Definitions of aeronautical ‘products’ and 'articles'
- Definitions of aeronautical ‘products’
- Definitions of aeronautical 'articles'
- Definition of critical parts/components
- AS9100 definitions of critical items
Aviation authorities and official organizations
- International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)
- European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
- Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
- Bilateral agreements and working arrangements
- Competent Authorities (aka NAAs)
- CAAC – Civil Aviation Administration of China
- Military Aviation Authority (MAA)
- Brexit announcement & UK impact
- Transition process
Each module of this e-learning course incorporates Quizzes and Tests to ensure student understanding. Automated tutor advisement/hints are also provided, as necessary.
On successful completion of the entire course and its exercises, delegates will receive an individual certificate of completion sent direct to their email address within 48hrs.
The benefits of e-learning are numerous; not only are they extremely cost-effective but they provide students with convenience and flexibility as they embark on their learning journey. You can complete your training whenever and wherever you want, and at your own pace.
Companies do not have to tie-up entire teams at the same time as is the case with conventional classroom-based training.
This e-Learning course is also recommended as ‘pre-learning’ for AAs and AEAs planning to take either the IAQG A3 or IAQG A4 courses/exams.