C surveillance of examiners each examiner shall be

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C. Surveillance of Examiners. Each examiner shall be observed annually by a qualified ECAA inspector. The surveillance (which may be unannounced) will consist of the following: (1) The oral increment test. (2) The aircraft increment of a practical test, if appropriate. F. Observation of Training Programs. Training programs are observed to ensure that each program is being conducted as originally approved. The inspector should evaluate the courseware, syllabuses, equipment, and personnel to ensure that they continue to meet regulatory requirements. Figure 8 contains a job aid for internal evaluation of training centers. SECTION 2. PROCEDURES Rev. ORG MAY 2012 Page 11/ 77
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ECAA-FSSS-1000 EAC147-AMTC-1 1. PREREQUISITES AND COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS A. Prerequisites. This task requires knowledge of the regulatory requirements of ECAR Parts 65, and 147, as applicable, and ECAA policies and procedures. 3. REFERENCES, FORMS, AND JOB AIDS. A. References. • Parts 65, and 147. • FSSS, ACA, FOCA, and FICA Policy and Procedures Manuals. • Air Transportation Operations Inspector's Handbook B. Forms. • ECAA Form: FSSS-1000-AMTC-147 C. Job Aids. • Sample figures 5. PREAPPLICATION PHASE A. Handle Initial Inquiry. Upon initial contact with the applicant, determine if the proposed operation is subject to ECAR Part 147. If it appears that the applicant is capable of meeting the regulatory requirements for certification, accomplish the following: (1) Advise the applicant as to which regulations must be met and where copies of the regulations may be obtained. (2) Provide the applicant with a sample Pre-application Letter of Intent (PLI), see figure 3. Instruct the applicant to submit a similar PLI to the FSSS. B. Schedule Pre-application Meeting . Upon receipt of the PLI, a Certification Project Manager (CPM) to the project is assigned. The CPM schedules a pre-application meeting and advises the applicant that key management personnel, as listed on the PLI, should attend the meeting. Inform the applicant that these key personnel must be prepared to discuss specific aspects of the applicant's proposed operation. NOTE: This meeting may be combined with the formal application meeting, at the discretion of the Certification Project Manager. C. Review the PLI. The PLI is reviewed by the CPM for completeness and accuracy and a pre- certification number is issued. D. Conduct Pre-certification Inspections. If possible, visit the proposed school before a formal application is filed. Inspect and make necessary recommendations regarding the following: * Classrooms * Work areas * Materials * Laboratories * Technical data * Training aids * Other areas as needed E. Select Certification Team Members. The CPM forwards a list of team members and their particular areas of specialty to the head of the FSSS. A copy is sent to the applicant.
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