Rev org may 2012 ecaa fsss 1000 eac147 amtc 1 2

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ECAA-FSSS-1000 EAC147-AMTC-1 (2) Notify the head of the FSSS that the project has been terminated. 11. DEMONSTRATION AND INSPECTION PHASE A. Observe Demonstrations and Conduct Inspections. Ensure that the applicant's proposed procedures and programs are effective, and that facilities and equipment are safe and satisfactory. Ensure compliance with the regulations and that facilities meet the requirements of ECAR Part147.11. B. Document Deficiencies. If deficiencies exist, provide a list of discrepancies to the applicant. Schedule a meeting to discuss in detail the appropriate corrective action to be taken. Place documentation in the certification file. (1) If the applicant does not demonstrate compliance or if discrepancies cannot be resolved, send a letter of rejection and a list of discrepancies. (2) Inform the applicant that the Certification Project Manager must be notified in writing of all corrective action taken. 13. CERTIFICATION PHASE A. Issue Certificate. When all regulatory requirements have been met, accomplish the following: (1) Approve the curriculum by signing and dating the list of effective pages and revision pages. (2) Obtain a final certificate number. (3) Prepare and approve training specifications. (4) Prepare an Aviation Maintenance Training Center Certificate (see figure 6).Ensure that the certificate is signed by the ECAA Chairman. Give the original certificate to the new certificate holder. B. Certification Report. When a new training center is certified, the FSSS shall establish and maintain a certification report. The Certification Project Manager (CPM) is responsible for assembling this certification report. This report must be signed by the CPM and will include the name and title of each team member who assisted in the certification project. The report will be maintained in the permanent file relating to the new certificate holder during the business life of the certificate holder. The report shall consist of 10 sections, 1 through 10, as follows: 1- Pre-application Letter of Intent. 2- Certification Job Aid. 3- Formal Application Letter and its attachments (e.g. instructors list, curriculums…etc) 4- Schedule of Events. 5- Final Compliance Statement. 6- Copy of Training Specifications. 7- Copy of the Certificate. 8-Copies of all ECAA-approved materials used in the training programs such as curriculums. 9- Summary of Difficulties. A summary of major difficulties experienced during the certification process and/or any recommendations that may enhance the process must be noted by phase. Summaries of major difficulties and/or recommendations should be arranged as follows: (1) Pre-application Phase. Include summaries of difficulties or recommendations. (2) Formal Application Phase. Include summaries of difficulties or recommendations.
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