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      Industrial Organisation

      EASA Part 21 Courses

      1. Quality and Safety in Aviation Training Courses

      Scheduled training courses
      We offer periodical aerospace training courses focusing on production and design organisation as well as ISO 9100 standards.
      These workshops are conducted by experienced instructors who offer realistic and hands-on lessons based on their experience both in development and production.  To provide the best possible training experience, we integrate real-world challenges and solutions from our daily business into the  workshops wherever possible.
      Small group sizes of up to 10 participants help create an effective and personal learning environment. A certificate will be handed out at the end of each training course.

      General information
      Duration: 2 days
      Fee: 850,00 € (excl. VAT)
      Participants: 7-10
      Language: German (English possible on request)

      Included services

      • Training course participation
      • Printed course material
      • Certificate upon completion of the course
      • Lunch on both days
      • Snacks and drinks, including coffee, tea, water and soft drinks

      Registration

      Please send an e-mail containing your company’s name and the number of participants to info@apus-aero.com

      2. Seminar – Part 21, Subpart G

      Content
      Introduction to European aviation laws and differentiation between the approved design or production organisations, with special focus on aspects pertaining to the production organisation.

      Topics

      • Product safety
      • Liability
      • Differentiation from other regulations
      • Regulation (EG) 216/2008 („Basic Regulation“)
      • Regulation (EU) 748/2012, Appendix , I, Part 21 (design and production organisations)
      • Regulation (EU) 1321/2014, Appendix II, Part 145 (maintenance organisations) and Part M (CAMO)
      • AMC/GM
      • DO-PO- Arrangement
      • PO-PO- Arrangement (quality assurance agreement)
      • Part 21, Part A – Technical Requirements
      • Part 21, Subpart A – General Requirements
      • Part 21, Subpart G – Production Organisation Approval (POA)
      • Part 21, Subpart K – Parts & Appliance
      • Part 21, Subpart Q – Identification of Products, Parts & Appliances
      • Part 21, Subpart P – Permit to Fly Procedures (incl. Flight Condition EASA Form 18 and Permit to
        Fly EASA Form 20)
      • Release Certificate EASA Form 1 (NEW and PROTOTYP)
      • Aircraft Statement of Conformity EASA Form 52
      • Certificate of Release to Service EASA Form 53

      Course material
      Participants will receive printed course material containing AMC/GM, regulations, industry standards and best practices.

      Prerequisites
      None. Experience with quality assurance systems according EN 9100 and ISO 9100 or production organisations is helpful.

      General Information
      Duration: two days

      Schedule:
      Location: TGS Berlin Treptow-Köpenick
      Fee: 850,00 € (excl. VAT)
      Participants: 7-10
      Language: German (English possible on request)
      Our courses are conducted by experienced instructors, whose insights will be very beneficial to all  participants. The participants’ knowledge will be integrated into the course to enable the best  possible learning experience.
      The seminars can be adapted to the production organisation handbook and internal procedures and standards of your company.
      Extending the seminar to three or four days is also possible. The contents and feasibility of this must be discussed in advance.
      For details of each course, please see our training page.

      Registration

      Please send an e-mail containing your company’s name and the number of participants to info@apus-aero.com

      3. Seminar – Part 21, Subpart J

      Content
      Introduction to European aviation laws and differentiation between the approved design or production organisations, with special focus on aspects pertaining to the design organisation.

      Topics

      • Product safety
      • Liability
      • Differentiation from other regulations
      • Regulation (EG) 216/2008 („Basic Regulation“)
      • Regulation (EU) 748/2012, Appendix , I, Part 21 , Subpart J and further Subparts (STC, minor
        changes, repairs)
      • Design assurance system
      • DO-DO Arrangement
      • DO-PO- Arrangement
      • DO-MO- Arrangement
      • Part 21, Part A – Technical Requirements
      • Part 21, Subpart A – General Requirements
      • Part 21, Subpart B – Type Certification and restricted Type Certification
      • Part 21, Subpart D – Changes on Type Certificates and restricted Type Certificates
      • Part 21, Subpart Q – Identification of Products, Parts & Appliances
      • Part 21, Subpart P – Permit to Fly Procedures (incl. Flight Condition EASA Form 18 and Permit to
        Fly EASA Form 20) for design organisations
      • Additional topics can be included for design organisations with the following topics in their scope of work:
      • Part 21, Subpart E – Supplemental Type Certification
      • Part 21, Subpart M – Repairs
      • Part 21, Subpart O – Certification according ETSO

      Course material
      Participants will receive printed course material containing AMC/GM, regulations, industry standards and best practices.

      Prerequisites
      None. Experience with quality assurance systems according EN 9100 and ISO 9100 or design organisations is helpful.

      General Information
      Duration: two days

      Schedule:
      Location: TGS Berlin Treptow-Köpenick
      Fee: 850,00 € (excl. VAT)
      Participants: 7-10
      Language: German (English possible on request)
      Our courses are conducted by experienced instructors, whose insights will be very beneficial to all  participants. The participants’ knowledge will be integrated into the course to enable the best  possible learning experience.
      The seminars can be adapted to the production organisation handbook and internal procedures and  standards of your company.
      Extending the seminar to three or four days is also possible. The contents and feasibility of this must be discussed in advance.
      For details of each course, please see our training page.

      Registration

      Please send an e-mail containing your company’s name and the number of participants to info@apus-aero.com