In this Course we consider each of these major phases that together constitute airworthiness. These phases are grouped under two descriptive headings, referred to as Initial Airworthiness and Continuing Airworthiness. The focus is on the concepts, principles, regulations, organisational processes and systems that enable airworthiness to be initially attained and subsequently sustained throughout the aircraft’s life. In turn we then focus on the responsibilities and accountabilities of the managers and key personnel who make all this happen day-to-day, as these may well be the roles that graduates of this Course ultimately occupy
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