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applicant should consider the personnel, facility, equipment, and paperwork requirements for certification and operation. (2) Applicants should submit a pre-application letter of intent, which includes at least the following information (see figure 2): (a) Business name, mailing address, and telephone number of the applicant. (b) Proposed starting date. (c) Proposed management personnel by name and title. (d) Proposed training courses. (e) Maintenance training equipment. (f) Proposed location of the following: • Training centers • Satellite training centers • Remote training sites • Training records (g) Additional information that provides a better understanding of the proposed business. (3) The FSSS should use the PLI to evaluate the complexity of the proposed operation and to ensure that trained and experienced ECAA inspectors are available to certificate the applicant. The FSSS should also use the PLI to initiate its own files on the potential applicant and to obtain a pre-certification number. C. Establish Certification Team. Upon receipt of a completed PLI, the Airworthiness Central Administration (ACA) establishes a team of ECAA inspectors to conduct the certification. The team will consist of at least three Maintenance inspectors. One team member will be designated as the Certification Project Manager (CPM). D. Pre-application Meeting. During the pre-application meeting, the ECAA inspectors should counsel the applicant concerning regulatory requirements and ECAA policies. Applicants should be made aware of any ethical considerations involved. Rev. ORG MAY 2012 Page 3/ 77
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ECAA-FSSS-1000 EAC147-AMTC-1 (1) The applicant should understand that the purpose of an Aviation Maintenance Training Center is to qualify the student to perform the duties of an aviation maintenance engineer. The ECAA inspector should emphasize to the applicant, the contribution made to aviation safety by a certificated aviation maintenance engineer. (2) Applicants should be encouraged to set high goals when establishing courses. The applicant should recognize and accept responsibility to maintain high standards and continuously improve programs. NOTE: Applicants should not be forced to exceed ECAR Part 147 requirements. (3) The applicant should be advised of the elements of the formal application. (4) The ECAA inspectors should make an informal on site visit to check the facilities and equipment, if available. 9. FORMAL APPLICATION PHASE. The formal application phase (see figure 2) requires a Formal Application Meeting to present the required certification documents and discuss those issues relevant to the particular application. The Certification Project Manager meets with the official(s) representing the center. The Aviation Maintenance Training Center Certificate and Ratings Application (ECAA Form FSSS- 1000-AMTC- 147), the compliance statement, the curriculum, standards for graduation, attendance and makeup procedures, grading procedures, facility layout, and the instructor qualifications are reviewed for conformity to the regulations.
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