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G. Evaluator (Examiner). A person who is authorized by the FSSS and who, while functioning under the operational control of a training center certificate holder, performs tests and checks that are authorized by the certificate holder's training specifications. Evaluators (Examiners) may work at more than one training center or satellite training center provided each is under the direct supervision of the training center management. H. Foreign Training Center. A training center or satellite training center that is located outside the Arab Republic of Egypt. Rev. ORG MAY 2012 Page 1/ 77
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ECAA-FSSS-1000 EAC147-AMTC-1 I. Lesson. One event or element, or part of an event or element, to be learned or taught, usually during one period of instruction. J. Maintenance Training Device. Is a full-size replica of instruments, equipment, panels, and controls of an airplane or rotorcraft, or set of airplanes or rotorcraft, in an open flight deck area, in an enclosed cockpit, or in the electric and electronic compartment. This may include the hardware and software installed that are necessary to simulate the airplane or rotorcraft systems’ operation, maintenance functions, maintenance modes, faults and failures that the trainee can trouble shoot. K. Module. A subpart of a curriculum segment that constitutes a logical, self-contained unit. A module contains elements or events that relate to a specific subject; for example, hydraulic system, flight controls, flight director, or electrical power generation. L. Remote Training Site. A facility where training takes place and that is not collocated with a training center or satellite training center. Its use by the certificate holder is temporary in nature; for example, for lease of a classroom. The certificate holder does not maintain operational control of the equipment or training facilities at remote training sites. M. Satellite Training Center. A training center at a location other than that of the certificate holder. Satellite training centers will be identified in the training specifications. The certificate holder exercises operational control of equipment or training facilities at satellite training centers. N. Syllabus (Lesson Plan). An arrangement of subjects in lesson format, which are to be presented in learning order sequence. It includes scheduled hours, media, methods, and courseware. It is not an integral part of a curriculum but is used to implement a curriculum. An acceptable syllabus is required for each curriculum. O. Task An integral part of a module that is task-oriented such as the requirement to accomplish a component removal or installation. P. Training Program. The curriculums, courseware, facilities, flight training equipment, and personnel necessary to accomplish training objectives. It includes either a core curriculum or a specialty curriculum or both.
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