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Airworthiness - March 2019


(VAT exclusive price)

Course duration: 10 days    Course date: 11 - 22 March 2019    Course location: Gatwick, UK



This course provides delegates with an introduction to the concept of airworthiness, and demonstrates how airworthiness and safety regulation is controlled in the UK and Europe.  The course provides an overview of the processes and procedures used by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) to ensure that individuals, manufacturers, operators and maintenance organisations comply with the relevant airworthiness regulations, setting this work in the international context established by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).


This course is suitable for aviation personnel who require an overall understanding of how airworthiness and safety regulation is controlled in the UK. Tangible benefits have been identified by representatives from National Aviation Authorities (NAA), military personnel, airlines, maintenance organisations and manufacturers.


Key topics include:


  • Concept of Airworthiness
  • Air Law
  • Overview of ICAO
  • UK CAA and EASA Structure and Relationships
  • Certification of Aircraft
  • Certification and Approval of Modifications, Aircraft Equipment & Systems
  • Airworthiness of Gas Turbine Engines
  • Flight Handling
  • Design and Production Approvals and Part 21
  • Airworthiness Certificates
  • Part M
  • Maintenance Programmes
  • Part 145 Organisations
  • Quality in Approved Organisations and Audit Techniques
  • Engineering Licensing.


This course includes a 1-day site visit to a maintenance facility and guest speakers from AAIB and Rolls Royce.