Date(s):
Monday to Monday,
8 to 15 July 2024 (exclude weekends)
(6 half working days)
Register:
Submit your registration here.
Send your queries to
training@aais.org.sg 
Time:
9am – 12.30pm (UTC +8)
Closing Date:
One week before course date.
Venue:
Virtual instructor-led training (VILT) via MS Team
Fees:
AAIS Member: S$2,472.12/pax w/GST
Public: S$2,690.12/pax w/GST
Fees reflected are inclusive of 9% GST (in 2024).

About the Course:
There are a series of airworthiness codes which must be followed to ensure the design of the various products and parts are fully compliant with all certification requirements. Related to large aircraft, this airworthiness code is known as Certification Specifications and Acceptable Means of Compliance for Large Aeroplanes (CS-25).

This course will equip the delegates with the capability to classify changes to cabin interiors into minor, major or significant, identify applicable CS-25 paragraphs and have the basic knowledge of the Means of Compliance related to the certification process and requirements. Additionally to understand how to demonstrate compliance with the certification specifications will be discussed with practical examples, e.g. STCs, will be reviewed.


Who Should Attend?
Personnel involved in design engineering having Design Organisation Approval (DOA) or considering to apply for such an approval. It is also applicable and valuable to the management of such organisations, e.g. Head of Design Organisation, Chief Independent System Monitoring, Chief Office of Airworthiness, Office of Airworthiness staff and Compliance Verification Engineers (CVE), as well as engineering staff.

This training is important to Regulators or Aviation Authorities wanted to become more knowledgeable in order to approve cabin interior design changes developed by airlines or maintenance organisations in their countries.


Course Content:
These Certification Specifications (CS-25) are applicable to turbine powered Large Aeroplanes. The content of the training course is based on the assumption that a so-called “green aircraft” exists with all necessary structural and systems interface provisions are available in the cabin needed for the installation of the changes.

  • European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)
  • The Legal and Regulatory Basis
  • Changes to Type-Certificates and Restricted Type-Certificates
  • Aircraft Design Engineering & Certification
  • Certification Specifications (CS) 25 Paragraph
    – Subpart A – General
    – Subpart C – Structure
    – Subpart D – Design and Construction
    – Subpart F – Equipment
    – Subpart G – Operating Limitations and Information
    – Subpart H – Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems
    – Appendix F – Flammability
    – Appendix H – Instructions for Continued Airworthiness
    – Appendix J – Emergency Demonstration
  • Passenger Seat Certification
  • Commercial Cabin Interior Reconfiguration
  • VIP / Executive Cabin Interior Reconfiguration
  • Passenger to Freighter Conversion
  • Case Studies
About the Instructor:

Mr Tang Wee Hong, ALT Aviation Solutions
Mr. Tang is an International Aviation consultant with over 26 years of experience and knowledge on Narrow and Wide Body Aircraft with International Airlines, Private Jet (VIP & VVIP) & Business Jet Operators, Leasing and Maintenance (MRO) Companies. He had managed, contributed to the growth and success of multiple international aviation organisations and was a Lecturer from Singapore Polytechnic that initiated the first Aeronautical course in Singapore.

Graduated from The University of Sheffield (United Kingdom) with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours in Mechanical Engineering), he continued to pursue and obtained a Master of Science (Mechanical Engineering) from The National University of Singapore. He had obtained EASA DOA for various Design Organisations and held the Head of Design Organisation & Compliance Verification Engineers (Cabin Safety and Mechanical Systems) for these organisations. In addition, he was the Design Signatories (Cabin Safety and Mechanical Systems) for CAAS DOA. Also, he was a Canadian Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO) Certificate Holder and Accountable Executive.

Mr. Tang had spearheaded and participated in the successful attainment of Singapore first STC issued under the Singapore (CAAS) – United States (FAA) Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreement (BASA) and subsequently for The Government of the Republic of Singapore to obtain further agreement from The Government of the United States of America on the Implementation Procedures for Airworthiness (IPA).

*Note: AAIS reserves the right to adjust the course pricing and to re-schedule or cancel any course due to unforeseen circumstances, course commencement is subject to minimum class size requirements.
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