Supply Chain Management for Part 21 G Production

1-day course | Classroom and In-company
  • Examine the obligations of production organisations needed to meet the regulation
  • Identify and discuss examples of contract and purchasing issues
  • Master how to improve safety within the production industries
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What is Supply Chain Management for Part 21 G Production?

Supply chain management for Part 21 G refers to the process of planning, organising, and controlling the movement of goods and services from suppliers to customers in compliance with Part 21 G regulations. It includes activities such as procurement of raw materials, manufacturing of products, storage and distribution of finished goods, and monitoring of inventory levels. Effective supply chain management ensures that products are delivered to customers on time, at the correct cost, and with the required level of quality.

Course Overview

This course provides delegates with guidance when working with Suppliers, Sub-contractor Partners, Vendors and the Procurement staff they interact with, within Approved Organisations.  This will enable delegates to undertake a more effective review of contracts and purchase orders.  Delegates will gain an understanding of essential aviation requirements.

This course is suitable for staff employed in organisations operating as suppliers and subcontractors into Part 21 Subpart G (POA) Organisations or seeking to enter the aviation supply market, as well as those staff in approved POA Organisations tasked with Procurement, Contract Negotiation and Contract Review with the Supply Chain.

This training course will include the following topics:

  • Aviation regulation.
  • Overview of applicable Part 21G Regulation
  • Supplier control to meet Part 21G requirements
  • POA Organisation responsibilities
  • Airworthiness
  • Practical examples of Contract & Purchasing issues and how to avoid potential problems

The overall aim of the project is to increase the awareness of the requirements of suppliers and subcontractors to Part 21G Organisations of the regulations to which they must comply.

The objectives are as follows:

Reduce the number of rejected parts in the long term. In the short term an increase would be expected due to the greater awareness

  • Reduce number of Non-conforming parts
  • Improve safety within the production industries
  • Improve awareness of Supplier and Subcontractor understanding of the importance of compliance with the contract placed with them without deviation
  • Greater understanding of the obligations of the Production Organisations to meet the regulation.

It would be advantageous for delegates to be familiar with, or have experience working in, a quality/production related industry.

Meet your Instructors

Geoff Hackett

Understanding and preparing for DAOS Surveillance
EASA 21 G - Production Organisation Approval

Geoff has been working in the Military and Civil Aviation sectors for 38 years in the area of aviation Design and Production, and as an Airworthiness Regulator for the UK CAA. He has been conducting regulatory oversight of the aircraft Manufacturing and Design organisations on behalf of the UK CAA and Military Aviation Authority (MAA). Geoff is also a registered Professional Engineer and a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers (FIMechE). Geoff has been presenting courses on the UK CAA and EASA regulatory requirements for 16 years. He brings his vast experience in the implementation and application of Civil and Military requirements to all courses that he delivers.

Additional Information

Course delivery methods

This course can only be attended in-person at one of our training venues. At present, this course is not delivered virtually online.

  • Face-to-Face Classroom Course: Embrace the traditional learning method by attending our physical training venue. Benefit from direct interaction with our instructors and fellow participants, creating an immersive and hands-on learning experience. To book a classroom course, please check the booking table at the top of this page and select your preferred training venue location.

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Further reading

Guidance for Part 21 Subpart G approval holders
This webpage offers guidance for approval holders and details the regulation, policy and guidance from the UK Civil Aviation Authority.

In-company delivery

We can also tailor this training course to suit your organisation’s training requirements. These bespoke training packages can be delivered at your organisation’s location – almost anywhere, worldwide. Please Contact us for more information and to discuss your requirements.

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