(1) A person may apply to CASA, in writing, for a procedure design certificate.
Note: An application must be in the approved form, include all the information required by these Regulations and be accompanied by every document required by these Regulations--see regulation 11.030.
(2) The application:
(b) must state:
(i) the applicant's name and address; or
(ii) if the applicant is incorporated by or under a law of the Commonwealth or of a State or Territory, the applicant's name, registered address and ACN and the names and addresses of the people responsible for its management and control; and
(c) must contain or be accompanied by:
(i) a written statement specifying the type or each type of terminal instrument flight procedure proposed to be covered by the procedure design certificate; and
(ii) a written statement setting out the name, qualifications and relevant experience of the individual who is proposed to be the chief designer for the applicant's organisation; and
(iii) a written statement setting out the qualifications and relevant experience of any other member of the applicant's personnel whose duties would, if the certificate were granted to the applicant, include carrying on design work under the certificate; and
(d) must be accompanied by a copy of the operations manual under which the applicant proposes to design, or engage in design work on, terminal instrument flight procedures of the type or types concerned.
Note: Part 11 also contains provisions relating to an application for a procedure design certificate.