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(7) Inform the applicant of administrative and record keeping requirements for certification. (8) Inform the applicant that the center may not teach students before certification as an Aviation Maintenance Training Center. 7. FORMAL APPLICATION PHASE A. Review the Formal Application and Attachments . Review the application and attachments. Determine whether all documents have been submitted and are complete. Ensure that the letter and attachments contain at least the documents listed in 5 F (2) above. B. Schedule and Conduct Formal Application Meeting. Meet with key center personnel to discuss submitted formal application. Resolve any open questions or discrepancies at this time. C. Accept or Reject Format Application. Based on the initial review of the application and any meetings with the applicant, accept or reject the application. Advise the applicant in writing of the results. If the application is rejected, return the application and attachments with a letter stating the reasons for rejection. 9. DOCUMENT COMPLIANCE PHASE A. Review Documents. Thoroughly review the applicant's curriculum and other documents to ensure that each complies with the applicable regulations. Approve, accept, or reject each document as appropriate. Documents reviewed during this phase may include the following: * Two completed copies of ECAA Form FSSS-1000-AMTC-147, Aviation Maintenance Training Center certificate and ratings application. * The compliance statement *List of courses and curriculums (ECAR Part 147.7 and Appendix E to this EAC ) * Instructor requirements and qualifications (ECAR Part 147.12 and Appendix A to this EAC) *Examiners resumes * Minimum standards for graduation and method of determining final grades. * Procedures for recording and controlling attendance * Written procedures for taking written, oral and practical tests. * Written procedures for record keeping requirements ( Appendix B to this EAC) * Management personnel resumes. * Training aids * Training evaluation plan (quality control system) * Procedures for updating technical data library and calibration of precision tools * Facility layout * Training agreements (if any) B. Document Deficiencies. If deficiencies are found in any document submitted by the applicant, return the document with a letter outlining the deficient areas. NOTE: The certification team should be ready to offer suggestions on how to improve the product but should avoid "writing" the applicant's documents. C. If Necessary, Terminate the Certification Process. If the documents are of insufficient quality, advise the applicant that continuing the certification project is impractical and schedule a meeting with the applicant to discuss each deficiency in detail. (1) Return the application with a letter advising the applicant of the reasons for termination. Advise the applicant that a new PLI is required to initiate the certification process again.
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