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Renewing your Service Center's Accreditation

If your company is already part of the EASA Accreditation Program, follow these steps to renew.

The EASA Accreditation Program runs in a three-year cycle made up of a third-party audit, followed by two internal self-audits that are submitted to your auditor for approval. To maintain accreditation, the service center must successfully perform these audits. 

At the end of the third year, the cycle begins again with the payment of the non-refundable EASA renewal fee ($300 for EASA members, $1500 for non-members) and the successful completion of a third-party (on-site or remote*) audit.

All audits must be completed, approved and submitted to EASA no more than 60 days after the anniversary date of your original audit approval. Additionally, renewal audits must not be performed more than 60 days prior to your company's anniversary date.

For complete details about your accreditation including your company's anniversary date, visit https://my.easa.com/My-Account/My-Company/Accreditation (login required).

Step 1
Pay the Accreditation Program renewal fee ($300 for EASA members, $1500 for non-members) and get a receipt. You may pay the renewal fee online or by contacting EASA Member Services at +1 314 993 2220.

This fee is only required IF you are due to conduct your next on-site or remote audit* (once every three years).

Self audits do not require the renewal fee to be paid.

Retain a copy of your receipt as this will be needed to schedule your next on-site third party audit. 



Step 2
Contact your auditor and provide them with the renewal receipt. (Only required for on-site or remote* renewal audits)

Step 3
Schedule your next audit with your auditor (only required for on-site or remote* renewal audits). No audits should not be performed any sooner than 60 days prior to your company's accreditation anniversary date.

If you will be conducting a self audit, download and complete the latest audit checklist, then submit it to your auditor.

Step 4
The completed and approved audit must be submitted by the auditor to EASA no more than 60 days after your accreditation anniversay date.


*The policy requiring on-site audits was changed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the discretion of the auditor, renewal audits can be on-site or remote. The guidance document for auditors is 2020 EASA Accreditation Remote Audits Guidance_2020-06.

EASA Accreditation Program timeline

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