EASA Part 21 G Production Organisation Approval – Virtual Training
2-day course | Virtual Training
- Virtual training delivery during COVID-19
- 25% discount applied (normaly £900)
- Delivered by experienced UK CAA inspectors
- Requirements of the applicable regulations that apply to Approved Organisation holders
- Find out how to complete and release an EASA form one
- An understanding of the relationship between the UK CAA & EASA
Virtual Training Course during COVID-19
Given these unprecedented times, we are unable to run our in-person classroom courses. As part of our commitment to supporting your learning and development in a COVID-19 environment, we are pleased to inform you that this course will now be delivered virtually using WebEx video conferencing by Cisco. This means you will still get the same level of expert, award-winning training that you expect from CAAi, but from the safety and convenience of your remote working location.
The course will be streamed live, starting at 09:00 am (UK time). Please see below for other time zones.
- London: 09:00
- Kuwait City: 12:00
- Bangkok: 16:00
- Singapore: 17:00
- Canberra: 19:00
All our virtual training courses have been discounted by 25%.
Production organisations need to be able to demonstrate and maintain compliance with EASA Part 21 Subpart G.
In this course, you will find out how to do that. Your UK CAA expert instructors will provide an overview of EASA Part 21 Subpart G and associated Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Material (GM). You will also receive instruction on how to construct a Production Organisation Exposition.
Our Singapore courses are delivered in cooperation with the Singapore Aviation Academy. Please visit the SAA website for upcoming dates
This course is suitable for individuals responsible for compliance or certification within a production organisation. It is also suitable for those individuals responsible for the oversight of production organisations, either of subcontractors or from a regulatory perspective.
This training course will include the following topics:
- UK CAA, JAA and EASA
- Part 21 and it’s Subparts
- Part 21 Subpart G Production Organisation Approvals (POA)
- Construction of a Production Organisation Exposition
- EASA Form 1
- CAA Production Organisation Approval assessment process
By the end of the course delegates will be able to demonstrate understanding of the:
- Requirements for ensuring compliance with CAA, EASA or other National Aviation Authorities (NAA) requirements
- Processes involved in undertaking the CAA’s POA Assessment
- The Production Organisation Exposition and its construction
- Completion and release of an EASA Form 1
- Control of suppliers / sub-contractors
It would be advantageous for delegates to be familiar with, or have experience of working in, a quality or production related industry.
Review of course
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Colin is an Airworthiness specialist with nearly 40 years of experience working in aviation, including over 10 years with the UK CAA. Colin has experience in both military and civilian environments including aircraft & component production, continuing airworthiness for Aircraft Operator’s Certificate (AOC) holders and Non-Commercial Complex aircraft (NCC)/Private operations, maintenance of complex & non-complex fixed and rotary wing aircraft, engines and components, maintenance control, safety management, quality assurance (compliance monitoring), Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft (SAFA) training, management and consultancy. In addition, Colin has extensive experience as an auditor in Continuing Airworthiness, Maintenance & Production environments, under ICAO, EASA and other national regulatory requirements.