EASA Part 21 Training

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This former kit-plane manufacturer is now seeking Type Certification for its products using AeroSynergy procedures.

This former kit-plane manufacturer is now seeking Type Certification for its products using AeroSynergy procedures.

This designer of modifications to aircraft found AeroSynergy procedures to be the quickest and best route to EASA Design Organisation Approval.

This designer of modifications to aircraft found AeroSynergy procedures to be the quickest and best route to EASA Design Organisation Approval.

Aerosynergy has provided MSG-3 SSI analysis for helicopter transmissions and rotor systems.

 

EASA Part 21 Certification Training Courses

AeroSynergy can deliver training for organisations seeking EASA, UK CAA and Military approvals and in other airworthiness and certification topics. Follow the links below. If you do not see precisely what you want, contact AeroSynergy and we will be happy to quote for a bespoke course. AeroSynergy can offer training either in-company or at its own training facility in Sherborne.

  • EASA and UK CAA Part 21 Approvals Training
  • UK  and European Military Regulations
  • Airworthiness Certification Codes
  • Specialist Airworthiness and Certification Topics
  • Specialist Technical Subjects

AeroSynergy is licensed by EASA to hold examinations for EASA E-Exams

Links to training information publications:

EASA and UK CAA Part 21 Approvals Training

  • Part 21 Design Organization Approval
  • Training for Compliance Verification Engineers (CVEs)

The course lasts one day or, with more detail, 2 days. It covers the regulatory structure, Part 21 DOA requirements and the roles and responsibilities of the CVE. The course concludes with a review of what is new or upcoming in Part 21.

  • Part 21 Production Organization Approval

A one day course covering Part 21 Subpart G and associated requirements, or;

A two-day course including Subpart F (production without approval) which includes more detail on the Quality System requirements.

Part 21 ADOA

A one day course covering Part 21 Subpart O and associated topics and the process to obtain ETSO authorizations.


EASA Continued Air Worthiness Training

  • Part 145
  • Part M
  • Part 66 and Part 147

The course lasts one day and covers  parts 145 (MOA) and Part M (CAMO) requirements and  gives an overview of  Part 66 and Part 147 training requirements.


Military Regulations Training

  • MAA Regulatory Articles
  • RA1000 and RA5000 series training for Design Approved Organization Scheme (DAOS) approval

A three-day course covering in detail the DAOS requirements arising from the RA1000 series and the RA5000 series. The course draws comparisons with EASA and EMAR21 in the 5800 series.  The course includes a module on the roles and responsibilities of the CVE.

  • MAA RA5000 series (only) course for Design Approved Organization Scheme (DAOS) approval

A two-day course  covering the RA5000 series DAOS requirements, drawing comparisons with EASA and EMAR on the 5800 series and including the roles and responsibilities of the CVE.

  • EMAR21 DOA course

This one-day course focuses on the EMAR21 DOA requirement highlighting the differences with EASA Part 21 and the roles and responsibilities of the CVE.

  • EMAR21 POA

This two-day course focuses on the EMAR21 POA requirement highlighting the differences  with EASA Part 21.

  • Military Certification-
  • Def Stan 00-970
  • Def Stan 00-56
  • EMAC and Mil516 overview

A one-day overview of Def Stan 00-970 and a review of the Def Stan 00-56 Safety Case process. Overview of the EMAR EMAC certification structure.


Airworthiness Certification Code Training

Overview courses of EASA codes:

  • CS23 Normal, Utility and aerobatic aeroplanes
  • CS25  Large aeroplanes
  • CS27  Small rotorcraft
  • CS29  Large  rotorcraft
  • CS-VLR Very Light Rotorcraft

These courses are one day each and offer an overview of the CS requirement and  the approach to certification.
And: (In association with Beeby Avionics Consulting)

  • Certification of  Software and Complex Electronic Hardware

Through an associate consultant specialist, AeroSynergy can offer training and support in certification of airborne software and complex electronic hardware to ARP-4754A, ARP-4761, DO-254, and DO-178. Content and duration to be discussed on request.


Specialist Airworthiness and Certification Topics

  • Critical Parts Management for  Design, Production and Procurement (3 days)

The understanding of how to control Critical Parts is what distinguishes a rotorcraft designer/manufacturer from other aerospace manufacturers. This course spends one day each on Design, Manufacture and Procurement to understand how to manage these parts and assemblies which can be so unforgiving of any error.

  • Cabin Safety (2 days)

This course covers the cabin aspects of CS25 Subparts C (Structure), D (Design and Construction) and F (Equipment) also summarizing Appendix F (Flammability Testing) to give the designer of cabin layouts or equipment an understanding of the requirements.

  • Flammability Testing (2 days)

This course  looks at the requirements of CS 25.853 and in detail at Appendix F Parts I, II IV and V, going through in detail the test requirements touched upon in the cabin safety course.

  • Operational Suitability Data (One day)

EASA introduced OSD in Reg 2016-05 amendment to Part 21, but the full complexity of the subject became clear with the issue of the AMC Issue 2 Amendment 6. This course takes you through these requirements and how they affect the DOA procedures.

  • Certification Planning for Level of Involvement LOI (One day)

This requirement is emerging with EASA publishing a Proposed Certification Memo in 2017. This course will take you through the process and how to present the risk assessment and LOI proposal in the Certification Programme.

  • MSG-3 Structurally Significant Items Analysis (One half day)

The Maintenance Steering Group-3 process contains two major parts, one of which is to determine the depth and frequency of inspection of Structurally Significant Items (SSI). This course takes you through a process to perform this analysis efficiently.  For practical  logistic reasons, this half day course needs to be combined with other training.

  • Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS)  (One day)

This course takes you through the requirements of CS 25 subpart H and AMCs 20-21, 20-22, 20-23 and how to perform the ‘EZAP analysis’.

  • Remotely Piloted Air Systems (RPAS) (One day)

This course looks at the requirements for RPAS which are emerging from:

    • EASA NPA2017-05
    • JARUS
    • CAP722

Specialist Technical Topics

  • Rotor Dynamics Course

This one day course will not make you into a dynamicist but, if you are involved in rotor design for RPAS or for manned helicopters, it will give a good understanding of the peculiarities of the dynamics of these systems and of the pitfalls to avoid.


Command and Control (C2 Links) for RPAS (In association with Dr Alistair Munro)


RPAS Communications Technology and Practice - Basic (Day 1)

  • The RPAS Mission - concept of operations, communications requirements
  • Radio spectrum issues - regulation, wireless communications technologies, radio line-of-sight, beyond radio line-of-sight
  • Managing communications for the flight - planning, performance, security

RPAS Communications Technology and Practice - Advanced (Day 2)

  • Further, higher, faster - how will the communications operational concept change?
  • Regulation, standards and performance requirements in detail - CAA, EASA, ICAO,
  • Beyond the basic radio link - infrastructure, use of consumer technologies
  • The future - U-Space and full integration

Aeronautical Telecommunications (In association with Dr Alistair Munro)

Aeronautical Telecommunications - Basic (Day 1)

  • Services - communications, navigation and surveillance, operational control and management, information
  • Radio spectrum to support the services
  • The datalink - CPDLC, digital voice
  • Regulation - ICAO SARPS, EASA CS and TSOs, and EUROCAE MASPS and MOPS

Aeronautical Telecommunications - Advanced (Day 2)

  • The Aeronautical Telecommunications Network - OSI to IPS
  • Technologies - on the ground (AeroMACS), at the gate, in the air
  • Aviation security - telecommunications
  • The Single European Sky