This is not a conventional Regulatory Course! It will be revised to address changes imposed by BREXIT!
TEC’s highly interactive course and workshop draws on over 20-years’ experience designing, documenting and implementing quality systems that are fully compliant with Part 21-G and AS9100 requirements.
The course is specifically designed to ‘remove the fear’ of aeronautical terminology and regulations by providing practical explanations supported by examples and illustrations. Particular consideration is given to the need of smaller organizations.
Only a basic understanding of the operation of a quality management system and awareness of either ISO 9001 or AS9100 is assumed. We send out Pre-Course reading.
Dr David Scrimshire (Senior Course Tutor) said: "By the end of the highly interactive course participants will have gained an in-depth knowledge of both regulatory and AS9100 requirements and be able to deploy effective implementation strategies to support successful attainment and maintenance of regulatory approval and third-party certification"
The key objectives of the 2-day course are to –
- ensure that all of the aeronautical terminology is fully understood
- explain the international legal environment – ICAO, EASA, FAA and MAA
- ensure a practical understanding of the hierarchy, structure and requirements of the EU ‘Basic regulation’ (2018/1139) and ‘Implementing rules’ (748/2012)
- explain how to access and use the AMC, GM and new EASA eRules documents
- provide explanations of TC, CS, TSDA and ETSO and their relevance to production organizations
- give details of PO eligibility, POA, Scope of work and DO coordination
- deliver interactive sessions to explain the aligned quality system requirements of 21 G and AS9100
- identify all ‘gaps in compliance’ and itemize required actions
- explain the requirements for POE, provide detailed compliance checklists and specimen contents of a successful Exposition
- outline the POA requirements, application process and completion of EASA Form 50
The course also covers the requirements for the Accountable Manager, QA function, Quality Manager, Certifying staff, Nominated personnel (Responsible managers) and Deputies.
Who should attend
The course is aimed at organizations who –
- are seeking EASA Part 21-G approval (POA)
- already have POA, and need to update their knowledge
- wish to fully integrate Part 21-G and AS9100 requirements into their quality system
Staff who will benefit from the course include –
- Accountable managers, Quality managers and Certifying staff
- Internal and Supplier Auditors
- Quality engineers and Quality Assurance personnel
- Certification Body AS9100 Auditors
TEC have been providing IAQG and IRCA certified training courses for 20-years. Our clients include UK/US/EU Primes & Tier-1s, Certification Bodies, CAA, MAA, etc. This ‘know-how’ is available to your organization through this practical course and workshop.
Participants will learn in a structured manner how to –
- identify the alignment of Part 21-G and AS9100 requirements
- interpret the aligned quality system requirements
- upgrade an existing quality system
- design their internal audit programme and management reviews
- prepare for, and maintain, Part 21-G approval and AS9100 certification
Assessment of learning objectives is achieved through quizzes and structured exercises undertaken individually and in teams. TEC’s Master Trainers provide feedback and advisement to ensure that ‘best practice’ is fully understood in the context of the aviation industry.