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Include summaries of difficulties or recommendations. (2) Formal Application Phase. Include summaries of difficulties or recommendations. (3) Document Compliance Phase. Include summaries of difficulties or recommendations. (4) Demonstration and Inspection Phase. Include summaries of difficulties or recommendations. 10- Suggestions to Improve Certification Process. 17. SURVEILLANCE OF TRAINING CENTERS. Rev. ORG MAY 2012 Page 10/ 77
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ECAA-FSSS-1000 EAC147-AMTC-1 A. Inspections. Inspections to determine compliance with the regulations and/or the training center's training specifications will be made when the ECAA considers it necessary. A training center certificate and training specifications must be made available for inspection upon request by the ECAA. The job aids that are located in figure 8 should be used by inspectors while they conduct ECAA inspections. B. FSSS Responsibility . The objective of all surveillance programs is to ensure that the certificate holder complies with the regulations and training specifications and continues to meet the original training center certification requirements. Surveillance and inspection of satellite training centers and remote training sites should be conducted by the FSSS. C. Four-Phase Surveillance Programs. There are four phases to planning and executing surveillance programs. Specific guidance for each phase can be found in EAC-49-1The four phases are as follows: (1) Phase One - Developing a surveillance plan by determining the types of inspections necessary and the frequency of those inspections. (2) Phase Two - Accomplishing the surveillance plan by conducting the inspections (2) Phase Three - Analyzing surveillance data gathered from inspection reports and related information from other sources. (4) Phase Four - Determining appropriate course of action. 19. AREAS OF SURVEILLANCE. A. Facilities. When conducting surveillance activities at the main base, satellite bases, or remote training sites, the inspector should ensure that the facilities are adequate for the conduct of the training, checking, or testing that is approved for the respective site. B. Records. (1) Student records should be reviewed to determine compliance with the approved training program. Each record should show a chronological record of the students' participation in the training program, as required by the record keeping requirements. Student records are required to be maintained for 1 year after completion of a training program. (2) Training center instructor and examiners records should be reviewed to determine compliance with the requirements. Initial training and qualification records shall be kept permanently. All other records must be kept for at least 1 year following the completion of required training. (3) Training specifications shall identify the location of-all required training center records. The approved method(s) for record keeping shall also be specified.
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