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  • in reply to: EAMTC Forum #8585
    SupportSupport
    Keymaster

    Welcome to the new EAMTC website, if you have any questions or remarks, let us know!

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #8852

    Hi,
    What are you doing to attract new talents in your basic training schools?

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #8918
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hello All

    I am curious to know how many other NAA’s charge for an ‘Offsite’ privilege.

    The UK CAA charge UK companies upto and in excess of £25,000 per year to allow us to conduct training not at our main bases (in other words at a site not listed/approved in our MTOE)

    I was wandering (by country) what exactly do other European approved organisations/NAA’s do or charge when you want to conduct training ‘Offsite’ as the UK CAA call it.

    David Owen
    Accountable Manager
    Civil Aviation Technical Training Solutions Ltd (CATTS)
    7/8 Brickfields Business Centre
    60 Manchester Road
    Northwich
    Cheshire
    CW9 7LS
    Tel: +44 (0) 1565 653745
    Mob: +44 (0) 787 623 8720
    Email: david@catts.org.uk
    Web: http://www.catts.org.uk

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #9012

    Hi,

    I’m looking for A330 (CF6) reduced from A320 (CFM56) for two persons.

    Does anyone have sit-in course available during autumn?

    Kind regards,

    Samu Linnimaa
    samu.linnimaa@finnair.com

    in reply to: A330 (CF6) typecourse – reduced from A320 (CFM56) #9141
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi Samu

    Yes we can help with this. Please contact david@catts.org.uk

    kind Regards
    David Owen
    CATTS Ltd

    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hello Marc

    We are not basic but type.

    If it helps we use a lot of internet based areas such as Linked in etc. We also have a large mail list we have built up over the years. For main stream advertising we do not use that much, most of our work we win through recommendations and repeat business.

    Kind Regards
    David

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #9215
    Harald StrehlingHarald Strehling
    Keymaster

    Please send us your suggestions an how we can collect data and what data should be collected. We need this in order to support our rulemaking activities.

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #9613
    Ricardo TetterooRicardo Tetteroo
    Keymaster

    From now on all members will be informed when a new topic is created in our forum.

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #9859
    Harald StrehlingHarald Strehling
    Keymaster

    Please refer to the WG documents in the members Area and send us your suggestions

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #9861
    Harald StrehlingHarald Strehling
    Keymaster

    Please refer to the WG documents in the members area and send us your suggestions

    Ferit SaitogluFerit Saitoglu
    Participant

    Regarding OJT;
    I believe, it is really important process which must be completed by trainees.
    Just check this link please.
    OJT Process

    Harald StrehlingHarald Strehling
    Keymaster

    Dear Ferit,

    thank you for your reply and the training overview table. With your permission I would like to use it at our next meeting with EASA.
    Best regards,
    Harald

    Ferit SaitogluFerit Saitoglu
    Participant

    Of course you can use.

    José Navares CalvoJosé Navares Calvo
    Participant

    Hello, excuse me for my late reply.

    In regards to the RTM.0544, I would like to introduce the following items:

    – 147.A.105 (f) experience and qualifications of instructors refer to the standards agreed by the competent authority.
    Our suggestion is to standardize these criteria, so the requirements would be the same from one country to another, allowing instructors to work in MTOs from different countries with the same qualification and experience. The common requirement should not be aligned with the most restricted NAA´s requirement, that could damage current Part 147, but closer to the less demanding NAA, or to the most common requirements accepted by NAAs in EU.
    In addition, for new aircraft (types), also as a common requirement and rule, it should be accepted as relevant the experience acquired in a production or design environment (design, production, flight test…) in the type (not only in maintenance environment) and a reduced amount of experience in the type.

    – AMC 147.A.130(b) 1. “The independent audit procedure should ensure that all aspects of Part-147 compliance should be checked at least once in every 12 months…” but in the case of the audit is an inspection of an ongoing course regarding theoretical element/practical element/theoretical examination/ practical assessment, it is dependent of the courses planning, and sometimes it could not be possible to adjust inspections to this 12 months. Therefore this should be taken into account: “In the case of an ongoing course inspection audit, this requisite of 12 months could be adjusted depending on the courses planning, with the previous communication to the NAA”
    – 147.A.100 i). From our point of view, the requirement of having a physical library should not be required anymore, as nowadays students can have access to the technical documentation through electronic means, not necessarily allocated in a library.
    – And also, we would like to have some feed back from RTM.0544 meetings,
    A clear view about which parts of the NPA2014-22 will be introduced in new Part 147 and which ones in Part 66, as well as which of them will be updated.
    Confirmation if the Competence Based Training concepts will be finally introduced in Part 147, as some activities carried out could be impacted, as examinations/assessments (introduce examination different from those based on test: open books exercises…)

    Thanks a lot for your support and good work.

    Yours Sincerely

    Roberto López
    Examination Manager at ITC Seville (Airbus Defence and Space)

    in reply to: EAMTC Forum #9931

    Dear colleagues,

    First I would like to wish you all a happy & healthy 2020.

    Cargolux recently went through a “Lean management” change process and I would like to know if there are some amongst you who did this in your company??
    To keep our change going and learn from peers, I would like to find out if there is an interest in our committee to create a Network (business club) where we could share our experience in Lean management implementation / Kaizen events / continuous improvement results etc…..

    If interested, please contact me.
    Many thanks in advance.
    Marc

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