TEC Transnational are a UK-based IAQG-approved TP (Training Provider) qualified to deliver the IAQG-sanctioned courses and examinations.
Students who successfully complete the IAQG 9110 Aerospace Industry Specific Course and Exam(IAQG Reference: A4) will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of the aerospace industry, regulatory requirements, and related industry-specific best-practices and procedures (e.g. NAA requirements for maintenance/repair/overhaul stations, return-to-service process, wing walking and/or aircraft marshalling techniques, the 9110:2012 audit process, etc.)..
This course is highly interactive and features class quizzes, individual and group activities and a written examination.
This 1-day course addresses the following topics through interactive training, individual & group assignments and workshop sessions –
- Identify the NAA requirements for maintenance/repair/overhaul stations (e.g. EASA 145/147, EASA Implementing Rule part M), including how to obtain additional information from the EASA web site.
- Understanding the tool control process
- Understanding the “return-to-service” process
- Explanation (overview) of the flight test process
- Understanding an effective functional check flight process
- Description of the weight and balance process
- Description of acceptable wing walking and/or aircraft marshalling techniques
- Description how each of the learning objectives relates to the 9110:2012 audit process
Who should attend
This 1-day (8-hour) IAQG-approved course (IAQG Reference: A4) is intended for potential CB auditors who need to make the transition to Aerospace Experienced Auditor status sanctioned to audit AS9110 clients.Students should already be qualified as IAQG AA, AEA or ALA for AS9100. A thorough knowledge of the latest edition of AS9110 is considered to be essential.
Evidence of a student’s achievements of all learning objectives is measured through a combination of quizzes, continual evaluation throughout the duration of the course plus a written and multiple-choice answer examination. The examination duration is 1½ hours – the pass-mark is 70%.
Students who successfully complete the Course & Exam will be able to demonstrate a sound understanding of the aerospace industry, regulatory requirements, and related industry-specific MRO best-practices and procedures (e.g. NAA requirements for maintenance/repair/overhaul stations, return-to-service process, wing walking and/or aircraft marshalling techniques, the AS9101 audit process, etc.).
A certificate containing the TEC Transnational and IAQG logos is presented to each student who successfully completes the course and passes the examination (>70%).