Compliance Verification Engineer
Dates: 17th October 2018
This course covers the role of the CVE and the associated responsibilities and requirement. The course is also useful for staff working with CVE’s to enable them to understand their own roles and responsibilities.
To gain maximum benefit from this course candidates should have attended an EASA Part 21 Subpart J Design Organisation Approval (DOA) course.
This course covers the role of the CVE and the associated responsibilities and requirements. The course is also useful for staff working with CVEs to enable them to understand their own roles and responsibilities.
The objectives of the course are for delegates to:
- Understand EASA’s expectations in respect of CVE’s.
- Understand the legislative aspects and duties pertaining to CVE’s.
- Be informed of the range of practical activities a CVE is expected to be involved with.
The benefits of attending the course arew
- To give delegates the necessary knowledge to be able to support their Part 21 DOA in respect of CVE duties and activities.
Who Should Attend
The course is aimed at all people involved in the design and certification of aircraft, engine or propeller changes and repairs. Who work for a design organisation approved to requirements based on or similar to EASA Part 21 Subpart J (DOA) or similar to requirements based on sub part J; such as BCAR A8-21 or EMAR 21.
The key topics of the course are
- EASA Views Expectations,
- Brief overview of Part 21, Airworthiness and the Design Assurance System,
- Legislation applicable to the CVE function,
- Appointment, Qualities and Duties,
- Undue pressure and CVE independence,
- Activities that the CVE is involved in,
- Interactive course exercises on acceptable means of compliance,
- Commercial off the Shelf Equipment.