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Aircraft Certification

Our Mission

To promote aviation safety by providing technical training to FAA’s Aircraft Certification (AIR) Engineers, Flight Test Pilots, Manufacturing Inspectors and other personnel involved or assisting in design and production approvals, airworthiness certification of civil aircraft and related articles, oversight of certificate holders and management of AIR designees.

The Aircraft Certification branch on average conducts 60 classes and trains over 900 students per year. Typically students are employees working in AIR offices including policy and oversight offices from all divisions. Those include Aircraft Certifications Offices (ACOs), Certificate Management Offices (CMOs) and Manufacturing Inspection District Offices (MIDOs). Other governmental, industry and international partner personnel are eligible to attend courses as indicated below.

Acting Manager: Richard Michaels

Telephone: (405) 954-4534

Fax: (405) 954-0288

Aircraft Certification Course Listing
Course Number Course Title Available to Industry & Designees
21016 Part 21 X
21018 ASE Systems Job Functions X
21020 ASI Job Functions X
21021 ASE Propulsion X
21030 Software Fundamentals X
21415 Quality System Audit (Blended) X
27903 14 CFR Part 21 Seminar (Industry Only) X
22000062 Applying Systems Safety Principles X
22000069 Highly Integrated Systems  
22000070 Changed Product Rule X
22000072 ASE Designee Management  
22000073 ASI Designee Management  
22000084 AIR Compliance & Enforcement Part II  
22000094 ASE Airframe Part II X
22000125 Aircraft Certification Indoctrination - Technical X
22100001 Airborne Electronic Hardware Job Function X
27200083 Software Job Function: D0178 B/C Differences (Web Based ILT) X
27200094 ASE Airframe Part I X
27200125 Aircraft Certification Indoctrination - General  

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