EASA 147 Training JOHA RAHMAN http://easalae.info/
INTRODUCTION• Under EASA 147, the training for maintenance personnel are controlled by 2 regulations: – Part 66 – on licensing of aircraft personnels – Part 147 – on the certifying of approved training organisation.
EASA PART 66• It contains the information on the licensing system: – The different categoris of licenses, the A, B and C – The B1 – the license for mechanical trade is further divided into fixed wing and helicopter.• The requirements to be satisfied before the grant of license include: – Pass the exam, acquired the basic skills and proof of experience.
WHO CAN APPLY FOR B LICENSE• Students from ATO – approved training organisations.• Air Force Personnels• Worker of Airlines or Maintenance Organisations.
MANAGING TRAINING• My 147 school managed it using process management.• Two basic concepts has to be understood: – Process Management – Training Process
PROCESS MANAGEMENT FRESH INPUTS STUDENT The inputs: Can be the fresh Graduate, the procees is the Training and the outputs is A qualified maintenance Personnels TRAININGSPROCESSING AND EXAMS The inouts can be the syllabus From part 66, the process can be Works involved and the output OUTPUTS QUALIFIED is the approved NOTES and ENGINEERS PRESENTATION materials
TRAINING PROCESSES• I am using the ADDIE model• It is the step to develop a training program.• A- analysis – looking at the training objectives and ways to achieve the objectives• D – develop the training solution, giving a broad view of the interventions.• D – Design the details• I – implement, i.e conduct the course• E – evaluate the training effectiveness.
Elements of Training• The basic competency description is by the three elements– ASK• A – attitude• S – skill• K - knowledge
Training on the Knowledge elements• The syllabus and the levels are given in the EASA part 66.• The examination standard is also given in the same document.• The duration of training is also given, 2400 hours totsl with 50% theory.
PRACTICAL SKILLS• The practical covers about 50% of the total training hours.• The details of are given in CAP 741 – The Logbook• The logbook is divided into two parts – The basic training records – for those applying the EASA basic course – Type training records – for applications for type license
LIFE AIRCRAFT EXPERIENCE• Part 66 described the requirements for the application for the license.• for category B: – five (5) years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft if the applicant has no previous relevant technical training; or – three (3) years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and completion of training considered relevant by the DCAM as a skilled worker in a technical trade; or – two (2) years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft and completion of an appropriately approved basic training course.
RESOURCES• Website http://easalae.info/2012/01/easa-exam- center/• email : firstname.lastname@example.org Thank You JohaI was working as an aircraft maintenance engineer and currently serve as a trainer in an approved training organization.