Example of a maintenance training organisation exposition




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1.4MANAGEMENT PERSONNEL ORGANISATION CHART


A flow chart should provide a comprehensive understanding of the whole MTO. It should give further details on the management system, and should clearly show the independence of the quality monitoring system, including the links between the Quality assurance department and the other departments. This flow chart may be combined or subdivided as necessary, depending on the size and the complexity of the organisation.


1.5LIST OF INSTRUCTIONAL AND ASSESSOR STAFF


This paragraph should give broad figures to show that the number of people dedicated to the performance of the approved training activity is adequate. It is not necessary to give the detailed number of employees of the whole company but only the number of those involved in training.
This could be presented as follows:


Appointment

Manager - Training

Manager - Quality

Manager – Examiner/Assessor

Examiner/Instructor

Instructor

Instructor

Instructor

Instructor/Invigilator

Invigilator

Practical/Competency Assessor


Name



Competencies

Enter here those areas each person is qualified to instruct by module/ sub modules
OR
Type of aircraft and the specific areas he/she is qualified to instruct i.e. Powerplant, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Avionics.


Note: According to the size and complexity of the organisation, this table may be further developed.
The Part 147 MTO examiners are the only persons allowed to produce/select assessment papers. They may nominate other persons to mark completed assessments. The examiners and these persons should be other than the knowledge instructors involved in the instruction of that particular module/sub-module.

1.6LIST OF APPROVED ADDRESS(S)


This paragraph should list those address(s) at which instruction and/or practical training are to be carried out for the duration of the Part 147 MTO course.
The names, address(s) and approval numbers of any proposed Aircraft Maintenance Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 (CAR) 30 Organisation or CASR Part 145 (or equivalent) organisation at which it is proposed to carry out student practical training in order to fulfil the requirements of CASR Part 147 may be kept in another document or procedure and cross referenced here.


1.7LIST OF SUB-CONTRACTORS


This paragraph should list those address(s) at which training beyond the capacity of the Part 147 MTO may be carried out.


1.8GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES AT PARAGRAPH 1.6 ADDRESS(S)


Include here the facilities such as desks, chairs, lockers, overhead projectors, other teaching aids etc. for each of the offices, classrooms, practical training workshops and assessment rooms provided.

1.9SPECIFIC LIST OF COURSES APPROVED BY THE AUTHORITY


This paragraph must contain a list of the Part 147 MTO course(s) for which approval is held. This should also include ‘Differences’ courses.
e.g. Airbus A319/320/321 (CFM 56) B1 - differences to A319/320/321 (V2500) B1.

1.10NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES REGARDING CHANGES TO ORGANISATION


Include any cross references here to the intended procedures for continued validity of the approval in compliance with the requirements of the Part 147 MOS.

The organisations ‘nominated person’ is responsible for informing CASA of any proposed changes.



1.11EXPOSITION AND ASSOCIATED MANUALS AMENDMENT PROCEDURE


Detail here or cross reference the procedures to be followed for the amendment of the exposition and any associated procedures and or documents.

PART 2TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES



2.1ORGANISATION OF COURSES


For category training courses (A, B1 and B2) this should be a high level document detailing the course content, when each training module is to be taught and to what level. This should include the knowledge, practical and ‘on job’ training elements and training durations.
For Aircraft Type Training courses this should be a high level document detailing the course content and its level (for example ATA Specification 104), when each engineering trade knowledge is to be taught, simulator or computer based teaching sessions and aircraft visits.
The documents above may be cross referenced to a low level document in which the syllabus can be sub-divided into a more detailed description with the required levels of instruction also being detailed.


2.22.2 PREPARATION OF COURSE MATERIAL


Training material should meet the requirements of the Part 147 MOS but, as an example ATA specification 104 could be used as a guideline for the production of basic/type training manuals. Cross references to a separate procedure which details the standard course lecture notes are produced which would include content, indexing, chapter and page numbering, font, etc. in the ‘House Style’. This same procedure should also be utilised to list the responsibilities by the Part 147 MOS training module for the production, review and amendment of lecture notes.
Include cross references to any procedures used for the inclusion of other course material e.g. Aircraft Manuals, JAR and NAA publications and/or standard text books used for note preparation and available to students as reference material.
The course plan must set out for each course:

a. the modules offered for the course; and

b. for each of those modules:

(i) course objectives/learning outcomes;

(ii) the topics to be covered;

(iii) the hours of tuition and training;

(iv) assessment criteria;

(v) the method selected by the organisation for assessing that the course objectives have been met by a student. If this includes assessments then assessment library(ies);or assessment papers for each course will need to be supplied;

(vi) student to instructor ratios;

(vii) course entry criteria;

(viii) conditions under which the course will be conducted; and

(ix) course notes.


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