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EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Agenda

How have the rules changed recently?

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III & IV

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements

Requirements for transition

Questions and Answers

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Agenda

How have the rules changed recently?

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III & IV

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements

Requirements for transition

Questions and Answers

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Implementing Rules affecting Personnel in Maintenance

Annex I (Part M)

Continuing airworthiness requirements

Annex I (Part M) Continuing airworthiness requirements Annex II (Part-145) Maintenance Organisation approvals

Annex II (Part-145)

Maintenance Organisation approvals

Annex II (Part-145) Maintenance Organisation approvals Annex III (Part-66) Certifying Staff Annex IV (Part-147)

Annex III (Part-66)

Certifying Staff

approvals Annex III (Part-66) Certifying Staff Annex IV (Part-147) Training organisation requirements

Annex IV (Part-147)

Training organisation requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Certifying Staff Annex IV (Part-147) Training organisation requirements EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Certifying Staff Annex IV (Part-147) Training organisation requirements EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Qualification Requirements and Concepts – Achieving the Certificate of Release to Service (CRS)

Certificate of Release to Service Aircraft Maintenance Licence Certification Authorisation Type Company Experience
Certificate
of Release to Service
Aircraft
Maintenance Licence
Certification
Authorisation
Type
Company
Experience
Training
Procedures
Part 66 Basic Training
Amount of Training depends on prerequisites and obtained
licence category
Training and/or examination by Part 147 Maintenance
Training Organisation
Mandatory from June 1 st , 2001 onwards

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147 Maintenance Training Organisation Mandatory from June 1 st , 2001 onwards EASA Part 66 Information
147 Maintenance Training Organisation Mandatory from June 1 st , 2001 onwards EASA Part 66 Information

How have the rules changed recently? – Where Do The Rules Fit?

Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 Annex I - Essential Requirements Annex II - Excluded Aircraft

Commission Regulation 1702/2003 [Certification] Transitional Provisions Annex I - Part 21 (Includes Parts 34, 36, 39)

Commission Regulation 2042/2003 [Cont. Airworthiness] Transitional Provisions Annex I – Part M Annex II – Part 145 Annex III – Part 66 Annex IV – Part 147

of the European Parliament and the Council

Implementing Rule established by the European Commission

Binding in Law

Rule established by the European Commission Binding in Law AMC & GM [Certification] Certification Specifications

AMC & GM [Certification]

Certification Specifications Airworthiness Codes & associated AMC & GM

AMC & GM [Continuing Airworthiness]

Not Binding in Law

EASA (The Agency)

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

AMC & GM [Continuing Airworthiness] Not Binding in Law EASA (The Agency) EASA Part 66 Information
AMC & GM [Continuing Airworthiness] Not Binding in Law EASA (The Agency) EASA Part 66 Information

Agenda

How have the rules changed recently?

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III & IV

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements

Requirements for transition

Questions and Answers

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Commission Regulation No 2042 Annex II & III Part 145.A.30 Requirements

(e)

The organisation shall establish and control the competence of personnel involved in any maintenance, management and/or quality audits in accordance with a procedure and to a standard agreed by the competent authority. In addition to the necessary expertise related to the job function, competence must include an understanding of the application of human factors and human performance issues ……

(g)

Any organisation maintaining aircraft, except where stated otherwise in paragraph (j), shall in the case of aircraft line maintenance, have appropriate aircraft type rated certifying staff qualified as category B1 and B2 in accordance with Part-66 and 145.A.35.

In addition such organisations may also use appropriately task trained certifying staff qualified as category A in accordance with Part-66 and 145.A.35 to carry out minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification.……

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

out minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification.…… EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
out minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification.…… EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Commission Regulation No 2042 Annex II & III Part 145.A.35 Requirements

(a) In addition to the appropriate requirements of 145.A.30(g) and (h), the organisation shall ensure that certifying staff and category B1 and B2 support staff have an adequate understanding of the relevant aircraft and/or components to be maintained………

(d) The organisation shall ensure that all certifying staff and category B1 and B2 support staff receive sufficient continuation training in each two year period to ensure that such staff have up-to-date knowledge of relevant technology, organisation procedures and human factor issues.

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

of relevant technology, organisation procedures and human factor issues. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
of relevant technology, organisation procedures and human factor issues. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III – Part 66 Scope

66.A.1 Scope

(a)

This section establishes the requirements for the issue of an aircraft maintenance license and conditions of its validity and use, for aeroplanes and helicopters of the

following categories:

— Category A

— Category B1

— Category B2

— Category C

(b)

Categories A and B1 are subdivided into subcategories relative to combinations of aeroplanes, helicopters, turbine and piston engines. The subcategories are:

— A1 and B1.1 Aeroplanes Turbine

— A2 and B1.2 Aeroplanes Piston

— A3 and B1.3 Helicopters Turbine

— A4 and B1.4 Helicopters Piston

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Piston — A3 and B1.3 Helicopters Turbine — A4 and B1.4 Helicopters Piston EASA Part 66
Piston — A3 and B1.3 Helicopters Turbine — A4 and B1.4 Helicopters Piston EASA Part 66

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III Part 66 Requirements

66.A.25 Basic knowledge requirements

(a) An applicant for an aircraft maintenance licence or the addition of a category or subcategory to such an aircraft maintenance licence shall demonstrate, by examination, a level of knowledge in the appropriate subject modules in accordance with Appendix I to this Part.

The basic knowledge examinations shall be conducted by a training organisation appropriately approved under Part-147 or by the competent authority.

(b) Full or partial credit against the basic knowledge requirements and associated examination shall be given for any other technical qualification considered by the competent authority to be equivalent to the knowledge standard of this Part. Such credits shall be established in accordance with Section B, Subpart E of this Part

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

shall be established in accordance with Section B, Subpart E of this Part EASA Part 66
shall be established in accordance with Section B, Subpart E of this Part EASA Part 66

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III Part 66.A.30 Experience Requirements

 

no previous relevant technical training

 

Part-147

 

Category

skilled worker in technical trade

approved basic training course

Academic

Degree

A

       

B1.2, B1.4

 

3

years

2 years

1 year

n/a

B1.1, B1.3

       

B2

 

5

years

3 years

2 years

n/a

 

3

years as category B1.1, B1.3 or B2 on large A/C, or as Part-145 B1.1, B1.3 or B2 support staff

3 years in civil A/C maintenance environment (6 months observation of base maintenance)

C

5 years as category B1.2 or B1.4 on large A/C, or as Part-145 B1.2 or B1.4 support staff

3

years as category B1 or B2 on non large aircraft, or as Part-145 B1 or B.2 support staff

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category B1 or B2 on non large aircraft, or as Part-145 B1 or B.2 support staff
category B1 or B2 on non large aircraft, or as Part-145 B1 or B.2 support staff

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III Part 66.A.30 Experience Requirements

(e) Notwithstanding paragraph (a), aircraft maintenance experience gained outside a civil aircraft maintenance environment shall be accepted when such maintenance is equivalent to that required by this Part as established by the competent authority. Additional experience of civil aircraft maintenance shall, however, be required to ensure understanding of the civil aircraft maintenance environment.

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

required to ensure understanding of the civil aircraft maintenance environment. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
required to ensure understanding of the civil aircraft maintenance environment. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex IV Part 147.A.200 Requirements

(a)

The approved basic training course shall consist of knowledge training, knowledge examination, practical training and a practical assessment.

(b)

The knowledge training element shall cover the subject matter for a category or subcategory A, B1 or B2 aircraft maintenance licence as specified in Part-66.

Basic Training Course Duration

Basic Course

Duration (in hours)

Theoretical training ratio (in %)

A1

800

30 to 35

B1.1

2 400

50 to 60

B2

2 400

50 to 60

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

A1 800 30 to 35 B1.1 2 400 50 to 60 B2 2 400 50 to
A1 800 30 to 35 B1.1 2 400 50 to 60 B2 2 400 50 to

EASAEASA PartPart--66:66: LineLine MaintenanceMaintenance LicensesLicenses

Mechanic not qualified non-certifying

LMCM* CAT A certifying

LMCT** CAT B1 certifying

LMCT** CAT B2 certifying

no requirements, works under supervision only

- good basic knowledge (AML)

- high basic knowledge (AML)

- high basic knowledge (AML)

 

- qualified only for task oriented routine work A/C type

- fields: all

- qualified for the whole A/C, system oriented

- qualified for the whole A/C, system oriented

- field: airframe & powerplant

- fields: electric & avionics

- all routine work with job cards

- all routine and non - routine work

- all routine and non - routine work

- release to service for own work only

- release to service for own work and work of others

- release to service for own work and work of others

Note:

Release to Service

Release to Service

Release to Service

*LMCM = Line Maintenance Certifying Mechanic **LMCT = Line Maintenance Certifying Technician

The B1 license covers electrical systems too!

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Maintenance Certifying Technician The B1 license covers elec trical systems too! EASA Part 66 Information and
Maintenance Certifying Technician The B1 license covers elec trical systems too! EASA Part 66 Information and

EASAEASA PartPart--66:66: BaseBase MaintenanceMaintenance LicensesLicenses

Mechanic not qualified non-certifying

no requirements, works under supervision only

*BMM =

Base Maintenance

**BMT =

Mechanic Base Maintenance

Technician ***BMCE = Base Maintenance Certifying Engineer ****CRS = Certificate of

Release to Service

   

BMM* CAT A non-certifying

 

-

good basic knowledge (AML)

-

minor scheduled line & base maintenance on trained aircraft

-

fields: all

-

routine work with job cards

-

signs executed work

.

.

 

No Release to Service!

 

BMT** CAT. B1/2 non-certifying

   

BMCE*** CAT C certifying

-

high basic knowledge (AML B1)

 

-

signs single CRS**** after base mainten. checks

-

qualified for the whole A/C, system oriented

fields: airframe & powerplant / avionics

 
 

-

qualification via B1 / 2 or

-

 
 

-

graduated engineer with high experience in A/C maintenance

-

all routine and non - routine work

.

-

signs executed work

.

 

.

.

 

No Release to Service!

 

Release to Service

  No Release to Service!   Release to Service Note: Personnel with an A or B1/2

Note:

Personnel with an A or B1/2 qualification may work in the line as well as in the base maintenance. The difference is only the CRS!

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

in the line as well as in the base maintenance. The difference is only the CRS!
in the line as well as in the base maintenance. The difference is only the CRS!

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III – Part 66 Privileges

66.A.20 Privileges

(a)

………

(b)

The holder of an aircraft maintenance license may not exercise certification privileges unless:

1.

in compliance with the applicable requirements of Part-M and/or Part-145.

2.

in the preceding two-year period he/she has, either had six months of maintenance experience in accordance with the privileges granted by the aircraft maintenance license or, met the provision for the issue of the appropriate privileges.

3.

he/she is able to read, write and communicate to an understandable level in the language(s) in which the technical documentation and procedures necessary to support the issue of the certificate of release to service are written.

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

to support the issue of the certificate of release to service are written. EASA Part 66
to support the issue of the certificate of release to service are written. EASA Part 66

Commission Regulation No 2042, Article 7 – Entry into force

11/03 09/05 09/06 09/07 09/08 Part-M 1. Non-commercial 2. Subpart I for Commercial Part-145 1.
11/03
09/05
09/06
09/07
09/08
Part-M
1. Non-commercial
2. Subpart I for Commercial
Part-145
1. Human Factors
2. AML >5700 kg
3. AML <5700 kg
4. Appendix IV
5. Time limited certificates
Part-66
1. AML > 5700 kg
2. AML < 5700 kg
Part-147
1. Time limited certificates

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

AML > 5700 kg 2. AML < 5700 kg Part-147 1. Time limited certificates EASA Part
AML > 5700 kg 2. AML < 5700 kg Part-147 1. Time limited certificates EASA Part

Agenda

How have the rules changed recently?

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III & IV

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements

Compliance with Annex III (Par t-66) Training Requirements Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements

Requirements for transition

Questions and Answers

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Training should use state of the art training methods

EASA Training should use stat e of the art training methods hier bitte Film platzieren E-Learning
EASA Training should use stat e of the art training methods hier bitte Film platzieren E-Learning

hier bitte Film platzieren

e of the art training methods hier bitte Film platzieren E-Learning for introduction and familiarisation with
e of the art training methods hier bitte Film platzieren E-Learning for introduction and familiarisation with

E-Learning for introduction and familiarisation with particular subjects

Instructor-led learning for specific system and procedural knowledge

Vocational workshops for basic skills, standard practices and procedures

Simulations for major human - machine interfaces and procedures

Practical training for performance / observation of the selected tasks

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Practical training for performance / observation of the selected tasks EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Practical training for performance / observation of the selected tasks EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements – Ratio of methods and media to fulfil the knowledge requirements

Cat. A

808 training hours (approx. 146 days)

- 511 hours practical training

- 297 hours knowledge training

Cat. B1.1

2540 training hours (approx. 424 days)

- 1097 hours practical training

- 1443 hours knowledge training

Cat. B2 (incl. Cat. A content)

2435 training hours (approx. 408 days)

- 943 hours practical training

- 1492 hours knowledge training

943 hours practical training - 1492 hours knowledge training eLearning EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

eLearning

practical training - 1492 hours knowledge training eLearning EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10%

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

training eLearning EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10% 36% 21% 27% 5% 27% 52%

Maintenance

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10% 36% 21% 27% 5% 27% 52% 58% 22%

10%

36%

Part 66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10% 36% 21% 27% 5% 27% 52% 58% 22% 11%

21%

27%

5%

66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10% 36% 21% 27% 5% 27% 52% 58% 22% 11% 4%

27%

52%

58%

22%

11%

4%

66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10% 36% 21% 27% 5% 27% 52% 58% 22% 11% 4%

27%

Instructor Led

66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10% 36% 21% 27% 5% 27% 52% 58% 22% 11% 4%

Workshop

66 Information and Requirements Maintenance 10% 36% 21% 27% 5% 27% 52% 58% 22% 11% 4%

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements – The Requirement for B1 Approved Basic Training

 

Part-66 B1 Modules

Training Days

Total

Theory

Practical

M1

Mathematics

7

   

M2

Phisics

20

 

M3

Electrical Fundamentals

20

 

M4

Electronic Fundamentals

3

 

M5

Digital Techniques

10

 

M8

Basic Aerodynamics

9

 

M9

Human Factors

4

 

M10

Aviation Legislation

6

 

M6/7

Matrials, Hardware, Maint. Practices

51

136

 

M11

Aerodynamic, Structures and Systems

92

18

 

M15

Gas Turbine Engines

27

16

 

M17

Propeller

3

2

 

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Days Total

16   M17 Propeller 3 2   EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements Days Total 252

252

172

424

16   M17 Propeller 3 2   EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements Days Total 252

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements – The Requirement for B2 Approved Basic Training

 

Part 66 B2 Modules

Duration

 

Theory

Practical

Total

M1

Mathematics

7

   

M2

Physics

16

M3

Electrical Fundamentals

20

M4

Electronic Fundamentals

25

M5

Digital Techniques

20

M8

Basic Aerodynamics

9

M9

Human Factors

4

M10

Aviation Legislation

6

M6/7

Matrials Hardware /Maintenance Practices

66

64

 

M13

Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems

100

60

 

M14

Propulsion

5

6

 
 

Days Total

278

130

408

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

M14 Propulsion 5 6     Days Total 278 130 408 EASA Part 66 Information and
M14 Propulsion 5 6     Days Total 278 130 408 EASA Part 66 Information and

Example for Part 66 Training Curriculum Training Course Specification

Example for Part 66 Training Curriculum – Training Course Specification EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Example for Part 66 Training Curriculum – Training Course Specification EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Example for Part 66 Training Curriculum – Training Course Specification EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements – Example of Credit Regulation for Cat. A Qualification

146 days

103 days

credit (z.B. M1/M2)

Part 66 Cat A basic-programme skilled mechanic (non aircraft)

Practical 15 days 14 days e-learning workshop 103 days approved conversion programme 40 days classroom
Practical
15 days
14 days
e-learning
workshop
103 days approved conversion programme
40 days
classroom
34 days maint.
environment
Theory
EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Training Material to support Part 66 Training Requirements Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training

Project 2: Screw Installation

– Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training Project 2: Screw Installation EASA Part 66 Information and

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

– Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training Project 2: Screw Installation EASA Part 66 Information and
– Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training Project 2: Screw Installation EASA Part 66 Information and
– Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training Project 2: Screw Installation EASA Part 66 Information and
– Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training Project 2: Screw Installation EASA Part 66 Information and

Training Material to support Part 66 Training Requirements Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training

Project 1: Third Hand - Drawing

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EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

date name scale 3rd. Hand 1 : 1 assembly d:\elementa\3-hand1.skd EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
date name scale 3rd. Hand 1 : 1 assembly d:\elementa\3-hand1.skd EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
date name scale 3rd. Hand 1 : 1 assembly d:\elementa\3-hand1.skd EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Training Material to support Part 66 Training Requirements Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training

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EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

- 1 : 2 Structure assembly d:/projekt/projekt1 P P 10 11 003 17 EASA Part 66
- 1 : 2 Structure assembly d:/projekt/projekt1 P P 10 11 003 17 EASA Part 66

Training Material to support Part 66 Training Requirements Practical Elements in Approved Basic Training

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EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Project 3: Hydraulic Jack

8 4 3 1 A A 27 B1 B2 B3 B5 B4 28 14 B6 EASA
8 4 3 1 A A 27 B1 B2 B3 B5 B4 28 14 B6 EASA
8 4 3 1 A A 27 B1 B2 B3 B5 B4 28 14 B6 EASA

New Techologies need to be included

New Techologies need to be included EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

New Techologies need to be included EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
New Techologies need to be included EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

New contents of training still not implemented within EASA

Subject

Contact Time

5080-psi Hydraulic System

2

hours

Electro-Hydraulic Architecture

3

hours

Xenon Lights / Light Emitting Diodes

1

hours

Ethernet (Network / Applications)

2

hours

SSPC / RCCB

1

hours

Structure / Laser welding

2

hours

Aluminium Cables

2

hours

Fibre Optic / Over braided Cable

2

hours

Total

15 hours

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

hours Fibre Optic / Over braided Cable 2 hours Total 15 hours EASA Part 66 Information
hours Fibre Optic / Over braided Cable 2 hours Total 15 hours EASA Part 66 Information

Agenda

How have the rules changed recently?

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III & IV

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements

Requirements for transition

Questions and Answers

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements 147.A.145 Privileges of the maintenance training organisation

(a)

The maintenance training organisation may carry out the following as permitted by and in accordance with the maintenance training organisation exposition:

1. basic training courses to the Part-66 syllabus, or part thereof.

2. aircraft type/task training courses in accordance with Part-66.

3. the examinations on behalf of the competent authority, including the examination of students who did not attend the basic or aircraft type training course at the maintenance training organisation.

4. the issue of certificates in accordance with Appendix III following successful completion of the approved basic or aircraft type training courses and examinations specified in subparagraphs (a)(1), (a)(2) and (a)(3), as applicable.

(b)

Training, knowledge examinations and practical assessments may only be carried out at the locations identified in the approval certificate and/or at any location specified in the maintenance training organisation exposition.

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

at any location specified in the maintenance training organisation exposition. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
at any location specified in the maintenance training organisation exposition. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements 147.A.145 Privileges of the maintenance training organisation

(c)

By derogation to paragraph (b), the maintenance training organisation may only conduct training, knowledge examinations and practical assessments in locations different from the paragraph (b) locations in accordance with a control procedure specified in the maintenance training organisation exposition. Such locations need not be listed in the maintenance training organisation exposition.

(d)

1. The maintenance training organisation may subcontract the conduct of

basic theoretical training, type training and related examinations to a non maintenance training organisation only when under the control of the maintenance training organisation quality system.

2. The subcontracting of basic theoretical training and examination is limited to Part-66, Appendix I, Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10.

3. The subcontracting of type training and examination is limited to powerplant and avionic systems.

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of type training and examination is limited to powerplant and avionic systems. EASA Part 66 Information
of type training and examination is limited to powerplant and avionic systems. EASA Part 66 Information

Obtain & Maintain the Certification Authorisation

Certificate of Release to Service (CRS) Procedure Training and Assessment Part-145 Aircraft Certification
Certificate
of Release
to Service
(CRS)
Procedure
Training and
Assessment
Part-145
Aircraft
Certification
Maintenance
Authorisation
License
NAA Part-145 Maintenance Continuation Examination Experience Training Assessment
NAA
Part-145
Maintenance
Continuation
Examination
Experience
Training
Assessment
Continuation Examination Experience Training Assessment Staff Data Recording Approved Type / Task Training

Staff Data Recording

Experience Training Assessment Staff Data Recording Approved Type / Task Training Part-147 Maintenance

Approved Type / Task Training

Part-147

Maintenance

Experience

Part-145

Part-147 / NAA

Basic Knowledge

Approved

Training

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Experience Part-145 Part-147 / NAA Basic Knowledge Approved Training EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Experience Part-145 Part-147 / NAA Basic Knowledge Approved Training EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Agenda

How have the rules changed recently?

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III & IV

Compliance with Annex III (Part-66) Training Requirements

Fulfilment of Annex IV (Part 147) Requirements

Requirements for transition

Questions and Answers

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IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
IV (Part 147) Requirements Requirements for transition Questions and Answers EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III – Part 66 Conversion provisions

66.A.70 Conversion provisions

(a)

The holder of a certifying staff qualification valid in a Member State, prior to the date of entry into force of this Part shall be issued an aircraft maintenance license without further examination subject to the conditions specified in 66.B.300.

(b)

A person undergoing a qualification process valid in a Member State, prior to the date of entry into force of this Part may continue to be qualified. The holder of a qualification gained following such qualification process shall be issued an aircraft maintenance license without further examination subject to the conditions specified in 66.B.300

(c)

Where necessary, the aircraft maintenance license shall contain technical limitations in relation to the scope of the pre-existing qualification.

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limitations in relation to the scope of the pre-existing qualification. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
limitations in relation to the scope of the pre-existing qualification. EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III – Part 66 Procedure for license issuing

66.B.100 Procedure for the issue of an aircraft maintenance license by the

competent authority

(a)

On receipt of EASA Form 19 and any supporting documentation, the competent authority shall verify EASA Form 19 for completeness and ensure that the experience claimed meets the requirement of this Part.

(b)

The competent authority shall verify an applicant's examination status and/or confirm the validity of any credits to ensure that all required modules of Appendix 1 have been met as required by this Part.

(c)

When satisfied that the applicant meets the standards of knowledge and experience required by this Part, the competent authority shall issue the relevant aircraft maintenance license to the applicant. The same information shall be kept on competent authority file.

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the applicant. The same information shall be kept on competent authority file. EASA Part 66 Information
the applicant. The same information shall be kept on competent authority file. EASA Part 66 Information

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III – Part 66 Conversion of National Qualifications

66.B.300 General

(a)

The competent authority may only perform the conversion specified in 66.A.70 in accordance with a conversion report prepared pursuant to paragraph 66.B.305 or 66.B.310, as applicable.

(b)

The conversion report shall be either developed by the competent authority or approved by the competent authority.

66.B.305 Conversion report for national qualifications The report shall describe the scope of each type of qualification and show to which aircraft maintenance license it will be converted, which limitation will be added and the Part-66 module/subjects on which examination is needed to ensure conversion to the aircraft maintenance license without limitation, or to include an additional (sub-) category. The report shall include a copy of the existing regulation defining the license categories and scopes.

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a copy of the existing regulation defining the license categories and scopes. EASA Part 66 Information
a copy of the existing regulation defining the license categories and scopes. EASA Part 66 Information

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III – Part 66 Examination Credits

This Subpart provides the requirements for granting examination credits in accordance with 66.A.25(b).

66.B.400 General

(a)

The competent authority may only grant examination credit on the basis of an examination credit report prepared in accordance with 66.B.405.

(b)

The examination credit report must be either developed by the competent authority or approved by the competent authority.

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developed by the competent authority or approved by the competent authority. EASA Part 66 Information and
developed by the competent authority or approved by the competent authority. EASA Part 66 Information and

Commission Regulation No 2042/2003 Annex III – Part 66 Conversion of Examination Credits

66.B.405 Examination credit report

(a)

For each technical qualification concerned the report shall identify the subject

matter and knowledge levels contained in Appendix I to this Part relevant to the particular category being compared.

(b)

The report shall include a statement of compliance against each subject stating where, in the technical qualification, the equivalent standard can be found. If there is no equivalent standard for the particular subject, the report shall state such facts.

(c)

Based upon paragraph (b) comparison, the report shall indicate for each technical qualification concerned the Appendix I subject matters subject to examination credits.

(d)

Where the national qualification standard is changed, the report shall be amended as necessary.

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qualification standard is changed, the report shall be amended as necessary. EASA Part 66 Information and
qualification standard is changed, the report shall be amended as necessary. EASA Part 66 Information and

EASAEASA RegulationsRegulations TransitionTransition PeriodsPeriods

Regulations Transition Transition Periods Periods • EASA Operational: • EASA Part-M: • Competence

EASA Operational:

EASA Part-M:

Competence assessment of staff in EASA Part-145:

EASA Part-66 Licenses:

Grandfather rights expire:

28 September 2003 28 September 2005,

28 September 2005

28 September 2005

2011

01 June

2005, 28 September 2005 28 September 2005 2011 01 June Transition period to EASA EASA assesses

Transition period to EASA

EASA assesses EASA Part-66 Licenses in approved EASA Maintenance Organizations

Grandfather rights expire

Today

intenance Organizations Grandfather rights expire Today 28 Sep. 2005 01 June. 2011 Source: EASA - Note

28 Sep. 2005

Grandfather rights expire Today 28 Sep. 2005 01 June. 2011 Source: EASA - Note on transition

01 June. 2011

Grandfather rights expire Today 28 Sep. 2005 01 June. 2011 Source: EASA - Note on transition

Source: EASA - Note on transition provisions of the draft Commission Regulation on the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aeronautical products, parts and appliances, and on the approval of organizations and personnel involved in these tasks

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and on the appr oval of organizations and personnel involved in these tasks EASA Part 66
and on the appr oval of organizations and personnel involved in these tasks EASA Part 66

Full and Transition Training in Days for Cat B1

Previous Qualification
Previous
Qualification

Personnel without any credit

Skilled Worker in technical discipline without experience in maintenance

in technical discipline without experience in maintenance Skilled Worker in technical discipline with >2 y

Skilled Worker in technical discipline with >2 y experience in maintenance

discipline with >2 y experience in maintenance Skilled Aircraft Mechanic, type rated & experience in

Skilled Aircraft Mechanic, type rated & experience in release authorization

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Skilled Aircraft Mechanic, type rated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Skilled Aircraft Mechanic, type rated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Skilled Aircraft Mechanic, type rated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Module 1066

Module 154343

Module 11109109

Module 714236

Module 51711

Module 326

4269331

Full and Transition Training in Days for Cat B1

Modules (selction) Previous Qualification
Modules
(selction)
Previous
Qualification

Module 1

Cat B1 Modules (selction) Previous Qualification Module 1 T o t a l D a y
Cat B1 Modules (selction) Previous Qualification Module 1 T o t a l D a y
Cat B1 Modules (selction) Previous Qualification Module 1 T o t a l D a y
Cat B1 Modules (selction) Previous Qualification Module 1 T o t a l D a y
Cat B1 Modules (selction) Previous Qualification Module 1 T o t a l D a y
Cat B1 Modules (selction) Previous Qualification Module 1 T o t a l D a y
Cat B1 Modules (selction) Previous Qualification Module 1 T o t a l D a y

Total Days

Personnel without any credit

7
7
1 T o t a l D a y s Personnel without any credit 7 Skilled
Skilled Worker in technical discipline without experience in maintenance Skilled Worker in technical discipline with
Skilled Worker in technical discipline
without experience in maintenance
Skilled Worker in technical discipline
with >2 y experience in maintenance
126

Skilled Aircraft Mechanic, typerated & experience in release authorization

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typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
74 146
74
146
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
53 379
53
379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
8
8
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
251
251
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379
typerated & experience in release authorization EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements 74 146 53 379

Aircraft Maintenance License

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Aircraft Maintenance License

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Aircraft Maintenance License

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Issue of an aircraft maintenance license via the Part-145 approved maintenance organization

AMC 66.B.105 Procedure for the issue of an aircraft maintenance license via the

Part-145 approved maintenance organization

1. The maintenance organization approved under Part 145 procedure must be included in the organization’s exposition and audited by the Member State at least once in each 12 month period.

2. Applicants claiming the maximum reduction in -66.A.30(a) total experience based

upon having successfully completed a 147.A.200 approved basic training course, should include the Part-147 certificate of recognition for approved basic training. 3. ……….

5.

The Part 145 organization should check that the experience record has been

6.

countersigned by the maintenance organization approved under Part 145 except for the non-civil aircraft maintenance experience specified above. ……

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for the non-civil aircraft maint enance experience specified above. …… EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
for the non-civil aircraft maint enance experience specified above. …… EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Aircraft Maintenance License

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements
Aircraft Maintenance License EASA Part 66 Information and Requirements

Summary one opportunity to achieve flexibility in delivering training

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in delivering training Thank you for listening ! Are there any questions ? EASA Part 66
in delivering training Thank you for listening ! Are there any questions ? EASA Part 66

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