PMC Coordination Meeting | Wichita, KS
CMH-17 PMC Coordination Group Meetings give advanced materials users the chance to contribute to various topics and sections of the CMH-17 Handbook including Statistics, Damage Tolerance, Crashworthiness, Data Review, NCAMP, Disbond and Delaminiation, Materials and Processes, Safety Management, Spacecraft, Sandwich, Supportability and Guidelines.
Security Airworthiness Certification Training Course | Washington, DC
RTCA has teamed with Wichita State University's National Institute for Aviation Research (WSU-NIAR) to offer another high quality training course covering the RTCA Security Suite: DO-326A, Airworthiness Security Process Specification; DO-355, Information Security Guidance for Continuing Airworthiness; and DO-356A, Airworthiness Security Methods and Considerations. This course describes what Airworthiness Security is and why it is important. It also explains which FAA Regulations, standards, etc. will require these documents and procedures as well as how to use these standards. The course will also cover what the standards are meant to prevent and how these standards and processes fit into the aviation system.
Course participants are given examples of how to apply these standards methodically by the use of the step-by-step processes. This course also covers how these requirements are driven by Design Assurance Level requirements and systems/functional critically, as well as how to obtain FAA certification in these areas. The students will perform real-world exercise to apply the knowledge from the class.
DO-160G Training | Washington, DC
Course participants will gain a clear and relevant understanding of the applicable FAA regulations, advisory material, certification procedures, design approaches/trade-offs, inspection and conformity requirements, as well as details of the necessary parts of a test plan, test report, compliance plan and compliance report. A strong focus is placed on the reduction of risk, cost and schedule throughout the design/ certification process, by use of targeted design and increased first-pass success on design and testing.