Hi SLB, The short answer is NO. Why? - When the MOU was formulated in 2011 its focus was on Microlights only CAO 95.32 states: - This Order applies to a single-place or 2-place aeroplane in relation to which the following requirements are satisfied: (a) the aeroplane is a weight shift controlled aeroplane or a powered parachute; the MOU (2017 version) states : - Purpose In accordance with the CASA directive issued 22 July 2011, both parties are to provide assurance to CASA that the oversight of Weightshift Microlights administered by the HGFA & RAAus under CAO95.32 are standardised. This standardisation is to be across those elements of flight training and training aircraft maintenance as specified during the meeting attended by all parties 13 July 2011. So I think there is a specific stated difference between a weightshift microlight and a powered parachute.