Introduction to Aviation Regulatory Structure ICAO-EASA-FAA

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As a highly complex and equally well regulated industry, it is important for those whom are involved with aviation, that they need to understand their role within the business and the broader regulated environment.

This course offers both novice and experienced aviation professionals with an overview of the section of the industry that the he or she works in. The course demonstrates how major organizations like ICAO, EASA and the FAA have been developed in context of historical development and present day issues effecting the civil aviation industry.

Most importantly, the course discusses how the framework of national aviation organizations relate to ICAO and ISARPS.  As well as provide basic guidelines to individual aviation professionals in terms of the position of their role in the aviation environment and, not least the impact that their decisions may have with regard to compliance with National Aviation Regulations and departmental/company policy.


1.  Introduction to International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO)
     •  The Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention) 1944
     •  The History of ICAO
     •  The Role of ICAO
2.  International Standards & Recommended Practices (SARPS)
3.  The Primary Annexes for Aircraft Operation & Maintenance:
     •  Annex 1 - Personnel Licensing
     •  Annex 6 - Operation of Aircraft
     •  Annex 8 - Airworthiness of Aircraft
     •  Annex 19 - Safety Management
4.  EASA Regulatory Structural Overview
5.  FAA Regulatory Structural Overview
6.  Summary ICAO - NAA


Delegates will be able to provide an overview of the global regulatory framework, and deliver a high-level discussion of the ICAO Standards & Recommended Practices (ISARPS).

Delegates will also be able to explain how ISARPS form the basis of the regulatory frameworks for both EASA & the FAA. Citing the four important ICAO annexes (1 -Personnel Licensing; 6 - Operation of Aircraft; 8 - Airworthiness of Aircraft and 19 - Safety Management).

The course also provides an introduction to the frameworks of both EASA and FAA regulations. The delegate will be able to provide a high-level description of both EASA & FAA regulations concerning initial and continuing airworthiness and maintenance. Not least be able to determine which regulatory frame applies to the delegates aircraft type.


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 1-day classroom training
Category:  FAA, UAE & Other Regulations
Price: 85 EUR


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