Example of a maintenance training organisation exposition




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2.3PREPARATION OF CLASSROOMS AND EQUIPMENT


Cross reference to any procedures for the preparation of classrooms and reporting of faults to any classroom equipment, general maintenance procedures and the control of the teaching environment.

2.4PREPARATION OF WORKSHOP/MAINTENANCE FACILITIES AND EQUIPMENT


Cross reference to any procedures for the reporting of faults to any workshop equipment, general maintenance procedures and the control of the teaching environment.
Cross reference to the procedures for the ordering and storage of aircraft release standard consumable materials used in the production of practical tasks and for the ordering and acquisition of any new equipment required to complete the tasks.
Cross reference to procedures for ensuring that all test equipment and/or tooling requiring calibration are correctly forecast and expedited.
Also cross reference to procedures for ensuring that all electrical equipment power supply feeder cables (from wall socket to equipment) throughout the organisation are tested as required.


2.5CONDUCT OF BASIC/TYPE KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICAL TRAINING


Describe the method utilised in teaching the Basic/Type knowledge and practical training courses for which the organisation is approved.
Cross reference to the low level document referred to in 2.1 above.


2.6RECORDS OF TRAINING CARRIED OUT


Cross reference to procedures for the production, maintenance and security of student files.
These should include details of all student attendances, final knowledge and practical assessments and any re-assessment carried out and their results by CASR Part 66 Appendix 1, complete module for Basic Licence courses and for Type Training, information of those courses completed and their content and at which levels they were instructed and examined.
There should also be reference to the Basic work experience records required to be kept by the student whilst they are undergoing live operating aircraft experience.


2.7STORAGE OF RECORDS


Cross reference the procedures for the storage of staff and students records. These may be electronically based provided that adequate safeguards are in place to prevent unauthorised access and alteration.


2.8TRAINING AT LOCATIONS NOT LISTED IN PARAGRAPH 1.6


Should the Management wish to contract out part of the practical training (not including live operating aircraft experience) control procedures must be in place. These procedures should effectively reflect those of CASA in auditing the Part 147 MTO.
Any training carried out at address not listed at paragraph 1.6 above must be approved by CASA and control procedures must be in place to ensure that the proposed contract organisation is in compliance with the requirements of Part 147 MTO.
A contract must be in place with the proposed organisation in which it is agreed that access is granted to CASA for the purpose of Audit.


2.9ORGANISATION OF ASSESSMENTS



Category Courses

For a basic category outcome course, a high level document detailing the course sequence of assessments for each CASR Part 66 Appendix 1 module along with the acknowledgement of the level of training.


This should include the knowledge, practical and ‘on the job’ training elements and the number of hours projected to achieve the training outcome.
Aircraft Type Courses

For aircraft type training the course syllabus should be used when preparing the associated assessment Appendix to the course training package. The assessment Appendix should detail the assessments to be set at the end of logical sequences of delivery or major phases of training.


Assessments may be multiple-choice style phase questions. The theoretical elements of training being examined could include relevant defect rectification, use of manuals, inspections, test equipment, BITE, knowledge of applicable Airworthiness Directives or relevant service information.
If written phase assessments are used, the format of the final assessment should be proposed by the Part 147 MTO and could be an oral assessment, simulator assessment or by essay style questioning.


2.10SECURITY AND PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT MATERIAL


Detail the preparation and security of assessment paper and the numbers of questions per Module/sub-module proposed. Note, where it is proposed to examine a Module using more than one assessment (Modules 7, 11 and 13 are permitted) it is required that a larger number of questions be asked (25% increase).
Cross reference the procedures for the production of assessment questions, their validation and security of the data bank.
For Type training it is sufficient to detail the preparation and security procedures in place for the production and storage of assessment papers.


2.11PREPARATION OF ASSESSMENT ROOMS


Cross reference the procedures to be followed by the Examiner and Invigilator in preparing the assessment room for assessors.
An invigilator’s ready reference sheet for briefing the candidates prior to the assessment should be available in procedures and cross referenced here.


2.12CONDUCT OF ASSESSMENTS


Any student found during a knowledge assessment to be cheating or in possession of material pertaining to the subject of the assessment, other than that supplied for the assessment, will be disqualified from passing the assessment and may not then retake the assessment for at least 12 months from the day of the declaration that the student’s assessment is void.
Any examiner/invigilator found to be providing answers to assessment questions to any student will be immediately disqualified from acting as an examiner/invigilator by the MTO. The MTO must declare the assessment void and as soon as practicable but within 28 days from the disqualification of the incident, notify CASA.
Candidates should only be identified by a numbering system, with the only identifying document being held by the nominated Examiner.
Assessment paper security should be assured by a numbering system e.g. “1 of 15”.
A procedure should be in place for checking that all the pages of each assessment paper are completed at assessment completion and that all assessment papers are accounted for.
Both the written element and the multiple-choice question elements should be marked to 75% with no penalty marking.
Only the actual assessment/answer paper is permitted to be on the candidate’s desk.
If wall charts and/or other visual teaching aids are to be utilised as part of the assessment process – then the use of the aids for assessment purposes needs to be described.


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