Services and Studies for Air Navigation and Aeronautical Safety
Edition - MADRID: from 27 to 28 October 2011
Edition - MADRID: from 28 to 29 November 2012
Edition - MADRID: from 17 to 18 October 2013REGISTER
European Union, by EU Regulation1592/2002, established the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) as a single body for the purpose of implementation of EU regulation on civil aviation safety , to take measures and establish requirements in order to grant a minimum common safety level inside EU, so in airworthiness as environmental conditions and also to persons and organisations performing activities in the field of civil aviation.
Based on that, EU Regulation 1702/2003 approved EASA Part 21, establishing airworthiness and environmental requirements for certification of products , parts and appliances, as well as for certification of design and manufacturing organizations.
Those Organisations dedicated to manufacturing and in some cases to repair of aircraft or related parts, are also submitted to Part 21 requirements.
Contents of this course cover from criteria justifying EASA creation, to applicable requirements for certification of those organizations devoted to manufacturing of products, parts and related appliances, to be complied with by those organizations as well as the Competent Authority procedures.
To provide to the attendants with a general view of EASA competences and a detailed view of requirements for certification or approval of organizations involved in manufacturing.
Organisations and persons involved in manufacturing of aeronautical products and related parts, equipment and appliances.
Aircraft Operators having or intending to have, departments involved in activities mentioned before.
Maintenance Organisations who desire to perform non previously approved repair activities, in aircraft or other related products, parts or appliances.
Aviation Authorities or organizations approved for an Authority to perform certification, inspection or surveillance of the above mentioned activities.
500 € (VAT exempt)