Development and assessment of skills of aircraft engineer


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Development and assessment of skills of aircraft engineer

  1. 1. Development and Assessmentof the Skills for AircraftMaintenance LicenseFor The Training of Aircraft Maintenance EngineerAs per EASA Part 66 and 14729 Sept 2012
  2. 2. Training for DCAM Part 66License involves
  3. 3. The path to get the license Part 66 EASA states the requirements for application of AML through ATO (approved training school) a. Evidence of knowledge module and English b. Evidence of competency in practical skills certified by a Validator; c. Evidence of practical assessments in aircraft maintenance experience certified by a Practical AssessorBoth b and c require certification by assessors.
  4. 4. About the aircraft experiences Two (2) years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and completion of an appropriately approved basic training course. For all applicants, at least one (1) year of the required experience must be recent maintenance experience on aircraft of the category/subcategory
  5. 5. About The Assessors CAA document 46 states the requirements ◦ Can be part time or full time ◦ Understand Part 66 and 147 ◦ Listed in the MTOE/ limitation to be stated ◦ Can be a trainer or examiner ◦ You can have chief assessor registered with CAA
  6. 6. Who can be an Assessor A license holder, had completed instructors training and assessor training OR Hold a responsible position in a 145 organisation. OR A person nominated by 147 organisation and can demonstrate experience and skills
  7. 7. About Documents andRecords All documentation used in the assessments to be approved by CAA. CAA logbook as per CAP 741 is an approved documentation.
  8. 8. An approved schools areRequired to… ◦ Have sufficient staff to do the work ◦ to plan the training and assessment. ◦ perform knowledge and practical training, ◦ conduct knowledge examinations and practical assessments
  9. 9. Basic Practical Training andValidationa. The practical training element shall cover the practical use of common tooling/equipment, the disassembly/assembly of a representative selection of aircraft parts and the participation in representative maintenance activities being carried out relevant to the particular modules such as Modules 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17.b. The skills and experiences acquired by the trainees at the ATO or maintenance organisation shall be validated by a Validator.c. Basic practical validation shall be carried out during the basic maintenance training course by the Validators at the completion of each visit period to the practical workshops/maintenance facility.d. The evidence of validation shall be documented using a document approved by CAA.
  10. 10. Basic Practical Assessment shallbe..a. conducted by an approved practical assessor and carried out in a manner that is acceptable to CAA; andb. View the evidence of skill and experience acquisition and determine whether the student is competent at using tools and equipment and working in accordance with maintenance manuals. The student shall also be assessed on their situational awareness ability.
  11. 11. Moving Forward Discussion and Clarification Team Formation ◦ Core Team + supplementary ◦ Identify the Process ◦ Identify the value chain ◦ Implement the project
  12. 12. RESOURCES CAA UK Recommended Books My BlogTitle Author ISBNAircraft Electricity and Eisman 0-02-801859-1ElectronicsArt of Electronics Horowitz 0-521-37095-7Horowitz /Hill /HillElements of Hickey/ 0070286957Electronics VillinesModern Aviation Helfrich 0-13-118803-8ElectronicsMicro Electronics in E Pallet 0-273-08612-XAircraft systems