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Essential requirements for licensing

oint Aviation Authorities

Essential Requirements for Licensing

Fergus Woods

JAA Licensing Director

20th JAA / FAA Annual Conference – Reykjavik - Iceland

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Essential requirements for licensing

Essential Requirements for Licensing

Contents

  • Workplan

  • Membership

  • Working Method

  • Overview Draft Text

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Essential requirements for licensing

Essential Requirements for Licensing

  • Workplan

    • Kick-off meeting, 24 April 2002

    • 4 meetings to draft the text

      • (1) 2 July 2002, CJAA – The Netherlands

      • (2) 26 September 2002, Frankfurt – Germany

      • (3) 25 and 26 November 2002, Paris – France

      • (4) 14 January 2003, CJAA – The Netherlands

    • Licensing / Operations co-ordination meeting.

    • Work completed at the end of January 2003.

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Essential requirements for licensing

Essential Requirements for Licensing

  • Membership

    • Focal Point : Fergus Woods

    • EC co-ordinator : Claude Probst

    • Licensing Specialists :

      • Martin Banz (FOCA – Switzerland)

      • Jean-François Buffat (DGAC-France)

      • Luis Cardoso Ribeiro (CJAA)

      • Ron Elder (CAA UK)

      • Dan Eriksen (CAA DK)

      • Cesáreo Gómez Reboredo (ECA)

      • Didier Guy (EAAPS)

      • Otto Krüger (LBA D)

      • Gilles Laurent (AEA)

      • Glynn Morgan Davies (CAA UK)

      • Rudy Schuegraf (Europe Airsports)

    • CJAA Legal Co-ordinator : Frank Manuhutu

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Essential Requirements for Licensing

  • Working Method

    • Basis is EASA Regulation

      • Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002

    • Licensing ERs to be annexed to this Regulation

    • Hazard / Risk / Mitigation Approach

    • To constitute the bridge between the EASA Regulation and the Implementing Rules for Licensing.

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Essential Requirements for Licensing

  • Hazard – Risk – Mitigation Approach

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Hazards risk mitigation 1

Hazards – Risk – Mitigation - 1

Hazard

Risk

Mitigation

Age

Too young to absorb knowledge / skill training (immature)

Set minimum

age limit

  • Increased risk

  • of incapacitation

  • Deterioration motor skill and response

Set maximum

age limit

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Hazards risk mitigation 2

Hazards – Risk – Mitigation - 2

Hazard

Risk

Mitigation

Medical

  • Pilot flying whilst not fit

  • Incapacitation, inability due to e.g. hearing, vision or mental problems

Medical

Assessment

Medical

Certification

  • Inadequate assessment process

Certification System

for Medical Specialist

(training / standards)

Oversight by Authority

(AMS)

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Hazards risk mitigation 3

Hazards – Risk – Mitigation - 3

Hazard

Risk

Mitigation

Inadequate theoretical knowledge for the privileges of the licence and rating

  • Application of inadequate theoretical / technical knowledge in an operational context

  • Misunderstanding of aeronautical information, procedures, systems mode of operation etc.

  • Inadequate application of Human Factors aspects

Training appropriate

for the privileges of

the licence and rating

(training needs analyses)

Demonstration

of knowledge in

accordance

with regulation

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Hazards risk mitigation 4

Hazards – Risk – Mitigation - 4

Hazard

Risk

Mitigation

Inadequate

skill for the privileges of the licence and rating

Skill training

appropriate

to the privileges

  • Inadequate /

  • Inappropriate

  • handling of

  • the aircraft

  • Inadequate

  • application of

  • Human Factors

  • aspects

Demonstration

of skill in

accordance

with regulation

  • Maintenance of

  • competence through :

  • Experience

  • - Training

  • - Checking

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Hazards risk mitigation 5

Hazards – Risk – Mitigation - 5

Hazard

Risk

Mitigation

Inadequate/

Non-standardised Training

  • Pilot receives inadequate / inappropriate training

  • No uniform standards in the pilot population, pilot not trained for specific and vital tasks, insufficiently trained to cope in stress situations

Approval

of

Organisation

Approval

of

Instructor

Approval

of

Examiner

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Essential Requirements for Licensing

Summary of Hazard – Risk – Mitigation

  • Age

    • Young

    • Old

  • Medical

    • Incapacitation

    • Assessment process

  • Pilot Competence: Technical – Procedure – Human Factors

    • Theoretical Knowledge

    • Practical Skills

  • Training

    • Training organisation approval

    • Instructors

    • Examiners

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Essential Requirements for Licensing

  • Overview draft text

    • Amendments to Article 4 EASA Regulation

      • Basic principles and applicability

    • New Article 5bis EASA Regulation

      • Personnel Licensing and Training

        • Basis for Essential Requirements

        • Task the Commission to develop Implementing Rules

        • Distinction between Commercial and non Commercial activities

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Essential Requirements for Licensing

  • Annex YYY

    • Essential Requirements for Personnel Licensing and Training

      • 1. Training

        • General

        • Theoretical Knowledge

        • Demonstration of theoretical knowledge

        • Practical skill

        • Demonstration of skill

        • Maintenance of knowledge and skill

        • Training Course

        • Instructors

        • Examiners

      • 2. Medical

        • Medical fitness

        • Flexibility – Special Circumstances

        • Decrease of medical fitness

        • Certification of medical specilist

        • Aeromedical centres

      • 3. Training Organisations

        • Approval of the Training Organisation

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