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What is a Sector Council? Canadian Aviation Maintenance Council Training/Skills Development Curricula, Accreditation, Certification, Occupational Standards etc. Demographics/critical skills shortage. CAMC Accreditation.
Industry values and recognizes accredited training organizations.
Using technical committees of experts and practitioners from all sectors of the industry, CAMC developed the national occupational standards with industry:
Standards in RED are recognized by Transport Canada Ref: Airworthiness Notice C009 for personnel working in an Approved Maintenance Organization (AMO).
Transport Canada recognizes CAMC logbooks and curricula for the Standards inGREEN.
(# of employed individual over 25 years old)
40% of employees will be over 55, by 2017
Our industry is experiencing an unprecedented skilled-worker shortage.
Over 12,000 people per year, will need to be hired in the next 12 years, to supply the required level in 2020.
Pilot and Training demand
2. Stakeholder engagement with;
CAMC’s Mission Statement
To develop, promote and administer a comprehensive and effective human resources strategy for the Canadian aviation and aerospace industry.
Board of Directors
CAMC has developed two new occupational standards which will help companies implement Quality Assurance throughout their organization.
SMS compliance is a sub set of overall quality assurance
This occupational standard encompasses a cross-section of tasks performed by Quality Assurance Managers working in manufacturing, maintenance and aircraft servicing environments in the aviation and aerospace sectors.
The responsibilities of Quality Assurance Managers include:
The responsibilities of Quality Systems Auditor include:
SMS requires companies to develop an auditing process in order to check the validity and effectiveness of their operational oversight.
Quality assurance is a crucial element of a safety management system. CAR 406.102, once it comes into force, will state that "the holder of an operator certificate issued in respect of a flight training unit that operates an aeroplane or a helicopter shall, in order to ensure that the activities carried out under the certificate continue to be effective and to comply with these Regulations, establish and maintain a quality assurance program.
Other operations have an equivalent regulatory requirementQuality Assurance