F conduct pre application meeting rev org may 2012

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F. Conduct Pre-application Meeting Rev. ORG MAY 2012 Page 12/ 77
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ECAA-FSSS-1000 EAC147-AMTC-1 (1) Ensure that the applicant is aware of the regulatory requirements and ECAA policies regarding certification and operation of aviation maintenance training centers. (2) Inform the applicant that a formal application consists of at least the following: (a) A formal application letter (see sample figure 4) (b) Two completed copies of ECAA Form FSSS-1000-AMTC-147, Aviation Maintenance Training Center certificate and ratings application. (c) A compliance statement listing each applicable ECAR Parts 65 and 147 section and providing either a brief narrative or, preferably, a specific reference to a manual or other document which describes the manner of compliance with the regulation. (d) List of courses and a detailed description of the proposed curriculums. Emphasize that since the actual curriculums must be approved before certification, the applicant can save time and money by submitting the actual curriculum with the formal application. (e) A written description of the facilities to be used for instruction. Ask the applicant to provide detailed drawings with dimensions of classrooms and laboratory/shop facilities. The drawings should show the relative location of each school facility. (f) An inventory of the training aids and equipment to be used. (g) A list of instructors showing any required certificate number(s), ratings, and subjects to be taught by each. Each subject in the proposed curriculum must be accounted for on the instructor listing. Ensure that the applicant understands that technical maintenance courses for maintenance engineers other than certain general subjects must be taught by appropriately certificated (licensed) aviation maintenance engineer (instructor). (h) Management personnel resumes and organization (i) The appropriate and current technical data necessary for the rating(s) sought that shall be available in the center’s technical library. The procedures should demonstrate how and by whom the data will be updated. The data should include the following: *Egyptian Civil Aviation Regulations * Airworthiness Directives (Ads. * Maintenance manuals * Advisory Circulars * Other instructional material as required by ECAR Part 147. (j) Training evaluation plan (quality control system). (k) Record keeping system. (l) Examiners resumes. (m) Training agreements (if any). (3) Inform the applicant that the types of ratings that may be issued are Airframe, Power plant, electric and avionics. (4) Instruct the applicant to complete ECAA Form FSSS-1000-AMTC-147, Aviation Maintenance Training Center certificate and ratings application. (5) Ensure that the applicant understands the purpose and content of the formal application attachments. Rev. ORG MAY 2012 Page 13/ 77
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ECAA-FSSS-1000 EAC147-AMTC-1 (6) Inform the applicant that the center must have approved systems for determining final course grades and for controlling and recording attendance. Advise the applicant to present these systems to the ECAA in writing for approval.
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