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101: Certification Verification Engineer (CVE) Seminar
21 November 2017 - 23 November 2017
A CVE is an independent person in/of the Part 21 organisation responsible for the approval of demonstrated compliance with processes, technical designs and environmental protection requirements. A CVE fulfils an important safety role in aircraft design, manufacturing, maintenance and ultimately operation, a role that should be well understood within any Part 21 organisation.
In this seminar we focus initially on the regulations and the setup of processes and the role of the CVE within. What are the responsibilities of a CVE, what does ‘independence’ mean in your organisation and what are challenges and pitfalls often seen in practice? After this workshop an organisation and the CVE are ready to put everything in place efficiently and successfully.
Target audience: More or less experienced CVE’s, CVE’s to be, engineers and others (with an interest) in the P21 organisation.
Program: The seminar addresses the following topics: EASA & International regulations Role and Responsibilities of the CVE Part 21 certification process introduction Performing the certification process flow and requirements for engineering Performing the certification process flow and requirements for production Testing & Conformity statement requirements Selection of requirements Means of compliance selection Independent position From Compliance to Performance: changes in EASA approach
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