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Part 61 stage III/ Part 141. Notice of Proposed Rule Making 08-02. Part 61: Pilot Licences and Ratings. All Part 61 pilot training and assessments must be done under a Part 141, 119 or 137 certificate

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part 61 stage iii part 141
Part 61 stage III/ Part 141

Notice of Proposed Rule Making 08-02

part 61 pilot licences and ratings
Part 61: Pilot Licences and Ratings
  • All Part 61 pilot training and assessments must be done under a Part 141, 119 or 137 certificate
  • Exceptions are training under the authority of a Part 149 certificate for parachute drop, glider tow or low level aerobatic ratings
why are we proposing these changes
Why are we proposing these changes?
  • To enable regulatory oversight of all pilot training
  • In line with ICAO best practice
  • Standardisation of pilot training and assessments
  • Petitions by industry and the Towards 2005 Safety Forums
part 141 aviation training organisations certification
Part 141: Aviation Training Organisations – Certification
  • Standard aviation training organisation certificate
    • For everyone but different requirements depending on the type of training
  • Restricted
    • For one-off courses of a specified length of time
standard aviation training organisation certificate
Standard Aviation Training Organisation Certificate
  • Some requirements are new
  • Some old ones will be more detailed
  • Some will be specific to the type of training provided
flight training organisations
Flight Training Organisations
  • Added requirements for flight training, some of which include:
    • Instructor and student supervision
    • Maintenance procedures and programmes
    • Flight following
    • Fatigue management
management systems
Management Systems
  • An organisational management system (OMS) is introduced for:
    • PPL, RPL training and BFRs;
    • Type rating training and competency assessment; and
    • Aerobatic ratings and assessment.
  • QA will remain for all other training and assessments
organisation management system
Organisation Management System

An OMS for small organisations only providing:

  • training for the issue of a PPL or RPL:
  • training or assessment for the issue of an aircraft type rating or aerobatic rating:
  • biennial flight reviews for the holders of a PPL or RPL.
what is oms
What is OMS?
  • OMS is QA without the requirement for formal internal audit
  • Must contain a system for recording and following up occurrences and problems
  • Occurrences monitored by an independent person
  • Feedback and student progress
  • Inspections to ensure compliance is being maintained
annual oms inspection list
Annual OMS inspection list
  • Every October I will make sure-
    • My suppliers are doing the right thing
    • I am still in compliance
    • My students are successful
    • I am up to date with the rules and regulations
    • My procedures are still current
to make things easier
To make things easier

We are developing an exposition guide for small organisations including procedures for:

  • Training
  • Assessments
  • Airworthiness
advisory circular
Advisory Circular
  • Advisory Circular will have guidelines and acceptable means of compliance
  • Draft available with NPRM
  • CAA costs have been estimated as:
    • Initial entry costs:
      • Assessment of application and entry inspection

8 – 20 hours depending on the size and complexity of the organisation (number of staff and training programmes etc)

    • On-going costs:
      • Audit 8-16 hours
  • Release NPRM for consultation Oct 2008
  • Prepare Summary of Submissions Dec 2008
  • Draft Final Rules to Ministry of Transport Mar 2009
  • Minister signs rule Sept 2009
  • Transition period One year