FAA Certification, Operations and Maintenance Orientation
Certifying an aircraft, part or appliance can be challenging while navigating the maze of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) procedures, rules, policies and guidelines. This course will help you to the understand the FAA organizational structure, it's policies, guidelines and requirements leading to Type and Supplemental Type airworthiness approvals, and provide you with a competitive edge and potential reduction in time in obtaining an FAA approval. The rule-making process and rules applicable to aircraft parts and products, as well as the roles and responsibilities of the Aircraft Certification Office (ACO), Manufacturing Inspection District Office (MIDO), Flight Standards District Office (FSDO), and the Aircraft Evaluation Group (AEG) will be covered. Type and Supplemental Type Certification (TC and STC) processes and Change Product Rule for alterations and modifications to previous type certified aircraft will also be discussed. Additional topics to be covered include: FAA Enforcement, Electronic Records, the Federal Register role and the National Transportation Safety Board and how it can impact your business.
Define the FAA processes for certification of products
Efficiently manage certification programs
Describe the principles of Type Certification and Supplemental Type Certification requirements and processes
Communicate effectively with the FAA on certification programs
Describe the FAA system, FAA orders, Advisory Circulars, FAA rule making processes
Identify equivalent level of safety, special conditions and exemptions
Identify the difference between airworthiness standard and operational rules
Explain the FAA enforcement procedures and applicant action
Is This Course For You
This seminar is designed for aerospace engineering professionals including: certification engineers and technicians, engineering leadership, program managers, business development personnel, federal aviation administration inspectors/engineers, quality assurance inspectors/engineers and compliance specialists. This course applies to any discipline associated with certification in areas such as: certifying products, leading/managing certification projects, leading part 121/135 engineering modifications, regulatory impact on new business opportunities and compliance with ITAR/EAR. The information presented in this seminar will be helpful to individuals interested in enrolling in other SAE seminars such as: or Aircraft Cabin Safety and Interior Crashworthiness (ID# C0926), or FAA Part 21 Certification Procedures for Products and Parts (ID# C1701), or Aviation Safety Engineer Job Functions (ID# C1708).
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