A timeframe for inspections the ecaa will make

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the appropriate tools, equipment, training aids, and training manuals to accomplish each curriculum. A. Timeframe for Inspections. The ECAA will make certain inspections to determine a training center's compliance with, or eligibility under, the Egyptian Laws, the regulations, and the training center certificate and training specifications. Inspections must occur at the following times: (1) Upon initial certification. (2) Upon training center or satellite center location change. (3) Upon addition of a satellite center. (4) Upon training center application for amendment to an existing training program. (5) Upon training center application for an additional training program. NOTE: These inspections will be made at a time agreed to by the training center and the ECAA. All inspections shall be at a reasonable time and in a reasonable place. B. Specific Requirements (1) The facilities and equipment described in an applicant's formal application letter must be made available for inspection before certification. (2) The ECAA inspectors should inspect the applicant's training centers or satellite training centers. (3) The purpose of these inspections is to ensure that the facilities and equipment are as represented by the applicant and that they meet the certification requirements of the regulations. (4) ECAA inspectors making a facilities and equipment inspection should complete a report on ECAA form 147-AMTC-1D stating observations and noting any discrepancies or recommendations for the FSSS. (5) Automated record keeping systems that are proposed by the applicant must be inspected during the facilities inspection. An inspector conducting this inspection should refer to the ECAA Computer-Based Record Keeping requirements for specific guidance. Authorization for the use of an automated record keeping system is contained in the training specifications that are issued by the ECAA. C. Areas of Inspection. During this phase and before certification, the FSSS or other person designated by the ECAA shall observe the training of the initial cadre of instructors. After certification, the FSSS or other designated person shall observe in its entirety each curriculum presented to students for the first time. After either observation, the FSSS may require revisions to the training program. 15. CERTIFICATION PHASE. An applicant is entitled to a certificate when the following have been accomplished: * The certification process is completed * Each unsatisfactory item has been corrected * It is determined whether the applicant has met all regulatory requirements and understands related responsibilities * It has been determined whether the applicant is capable of complying with the Egyptian Civil Aviation Regulations on a continuing basis * It has been demonstrated that the applicant is capable of conducting the training in a safe manner The certificate and approved training specifications are issued to the applicant after all significant unsatisfactory items have been corrected. This action completes the certification process. The applicant shall not be certified under any circumstance until the Flight Safety Standards Sector (FSSS)
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