Formateur Instructeur Interne

Aviation Regulation FRA 21G

Military and State Regulation of Aircraft Fabrication, Engines and Components

OBJECTIVES

- Understand the objectives of the FRA 21G, and the way it contributes to the continuing airworthiness of military and State aircraft.

- Get familiar with the principles ruling the use and authoring of regulatory airworthiness documents.

- This training provides the participants with a culture of State aviation regulation.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Accountable Managers, Quality managers, certifying staff, and aircraft Continuing airworthiness managers.






TRAINING METHODS

- On-site training

- Documentation provided to the participants

- For E-learning/Blended, consult our corporate training policy.
Législation aéronautique EASA PART 66 et 147



PROGRAMME

Definition of Safety and Airworthiness

State and Military regulatory environment in France and in Europe:
‐ French Decree N° 1551 from December 7th, 2006

Functions of the regulatory Authorities:
- Functions of the Technical and Operational Authorities, DGA, DSAÉ, and the specific part played by the Quality Assurance of the approved organization.

Principle ruling the certification of military and State aircraft

Brief study of ministerial instruction fixing the essential requirements regarding continuing airworthiness military and state aircrafts and used by Customs, public safety and civil security

Detailed study of PART 21G: Production Organization Approval (POA)
- Facilities, human resources, certifying staff and production data
- Security policy and Quality system
- Conception/Fabrication prerogatives
- Supervision

Study of the MOE

CRS (Certificate of Release to Service):
- Privileges & Responsibilities
- Support documents (EMAR/FRA Form 1 & similar documents)

Knowledge assessment

All regulatory documents are up-to-date with the latest issue in force.














RATE / AVAILABLE VERSION

version: français

Duration Face to Face: 7 h       Rate VAT Excl.: 440 €