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Changed Product Rule Advisory Material, Training and Implementation Update June 2003


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Title: Changed Product Rule Advisory Material, Training and Implementation Update June 2003

Changed Product RuleAdvisory Material,
Training and ImplementationUpdateJune 2003
  • Advisory Material
  • Training
  • Implementation
  • Continuous Improvement Team
  • Website
  • Lessons Learned

Advisory Material
  • AC 21.101-1 change 1 signed --April 2003
  • NPA 21-32 adopted by JAAC 19 November 2002
  • Replaces ACJ to JAR 21.101 adopted by NPA 21-28
    and published in amendment 4 to JAR-21
  • To be published in amendment 5 to JAR-21,
  • 01 June 2003
  • TCCA AMA 500/16 prior to June 2003
  • Fully harmonized advisory material in accordance
    with CST Terms of Reference

Advisory Material
  • Comparison between adopted NPA 21-32 and AC
    21.101-1 change 1
  • Differences based on current JAR/FAR differences,
    e.g., Administrator vs. Authority, other category
  • Minor editorial differences

Internal Guidance
  • Each Authority developing guidance based on
    principles clarified in the AC
  • Temporary Guidance Material (TGM) for JC/VP, JVP
    based on VI and JSTCP agreed by CST in May 2003
  • FAA Order 8110. 48 signed April 2003
  • TCCA Aircraft Certification Policy Letter (ACPL)
    and Staff Instruction (ACSI)
  • Policy development coordinated among Authorities

Training Development
  • TCCA, FAA, JAA, industry participated in joint
    training development
  • All materials shared among Authorities
  • JAA Prototype in Hoofddorp 2-3 April
  • FAA Prototype in Ft. Worth 26-27 March
  • TCCA Prototype 25-27 February

Training Delivery
  • FAA
  • Part 23 Classroom Wichita, April 29-30
  • Part 25 Classroom Seattle, May 5-6, May 7-8
  • Part 27/29 Classroom Ft. Worth, May 14-15
  • Part 33/35 Classroom Burlington, May 28-29
  • Students are key program managers, project
    officers, industry

Training Delivery
  • FAA
  • Three three-day Interactive Video Teletraining
  • 13-15 May
  • 20-22 May
  • 3-5 June
  • Students are mix of certification engineers,
  • Trainers for classroom and IVT are mix of FAA,
    JAA, TCCA, industry

Training Delivery
  • TCCA
  • Train-the-Trainer/Prototype February 25-27
  • Seven specialist training offerings across Canada
  • 25-26 March in Ottawa
  • 15-16 April in Toronto
  • 7-8 May in Vancouver
  • 13-14 May in Calgary
  • 27-28 May in Halifax
  • 28-29 May in Montreal
  • 3-4 June in Ottawa

Training Delivery
  • JAA
  • Phase 1 for CST, subCST,key PCMs, selected
    certification specialists and industry trainers
    (approx. 100 participants)
  • (FAA trainers participating)
  • JAA prototype session - April 2-3 - CJAA
  • Session 1 LBA, May 21-22
  • Session 2 DGAC-F, April 23-24
  • Session 3 CAA-UK, 28-29 May
  • Session 4 Vienna, 14-15 May (engine/propeller)

Training Delivery
  • JAA
  • Phase 2 for remainder of personnel in second half
    of 2003 (number TBD)
  • Approach decided by CST in May meeting
  • Based on minimising cost while keeping
    consistency of training delivery.
  • Training sessions organised in NAAs, open to
    other NAAs and industry (on availability of
  • CJAA session if needed.
  • Training after Phase 2 dependent on actual needs

Training Noteworthy Points
  • US industry participated with Authority(ies) in
    development and delivery of materials
  • Industry ( for JAA focus on industry trainers )
    and Authority will be trained together
  • critical that Authority and industry hear the
    same message
  • Materials will be subsequently incorporated into
    standard curriculum for new certification

  • First four months (June-Sept) implementation
    under JAA and national authorities
  • After Sept 28 IR 21 applicable EASA
  • Classification of significant/not significant
    changes and effect on JC/VP, JVP based on VI and

  • FAA developed TOR for a Continuous Improvement
  • FAA, JAA, TCCA membership
  • Industry input
  • JAA CST has decided on a JAA CIT to participate
    in the harmonisation CIT

  • Continuous Improvement Team (CIT)
  • Allows us to monitor the CPR process after June
  • Review emerging issues to insure a continuing
    common approach
  • Review alternate proposed best practices to
    insure common approach (e.g. for impractical
  • Exchange experiences and decisions within FAA,JAA
    and with other authorities
  • Provide a forum for industry input
  • Support the FAA website with new processes,
    procedures, lessons learned and examples (include
    examples for future update of appendix 1 of
  • Review decisions to evaluate program success

  • Changed Product Rule website
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Program updates
  • Supplement to Appendix 1 Tables

Lessons Learned
  • When projects are extended over a long period of
    time (like this one), players and perspectives
  • Developing the AC with input from various
    authorities and international industry
    representatives results in compromises and
    understandings that vary based on the coming-in
    position of each party.

Lessons Learned
  • During the implementation phase we learn that
    different authorities have varying degrees of
    understanding of the agreements reached and,
    therefore, what the AC means/says. (This may
    result from pre-conceived notions of what the
    certification basis should be for various types
    of design changes and products.)
  • We must communicate why the approach to
    establishing the certification basis is
    changingand have a compelling reason for the
    why. Successful change can not be perceived as
    change for change sake.