The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) intends to issue regulation providing formal requirements, Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC), and Guidance Material (GM) relating to Flight Crew Licensing, Aviation Training Organisation approval and oversight.
The full regulation will have a phased implementation and will see full mandatory compliance by February 27th 2015.
The NPA was developed by the GCAA incorporating an identified need to update the existing GCAA Flight Crew Licensing regulations in CAR Part II and CAR Part IV in order to harmonise the current GCAA Safety Affairs regulatory suite, and inputs from a centralised Committee consisting of regulatory and industry experts.
The intent was to write a forward focused set of regulations that closely mirror the EASA Flight Crew Licensing regulations in order to meet GCAA strategic objectives and to ensure greater synergy with other Regulatory bodies for the betterment of the UAE Aviation Industry as a whole.
This 2 Day intensive training considers all the elements of the CAR FCL legislation.
Detailed Content / Topics – The following Subjects will be addressed
– Abbreviations and Definitions
– Regulatory Background GCAA
– EASA 1178/2011 Regulation Aircrew
– FCL changes from JAR FCL to EASA FCL
– GCAA CAR FCL – Implementation Timescales
– Subpart A General Requirements
– Subpart B Light Aircraft Pilots License (LAPL)
– Subpart C Private Pilots Licence (PPL) Sailplane Pilot Licence (SPL) and – Balloon Pilot Licence (BPL)
– Subpart D Commercial Pilot Licence CPL
– Subpart E Multi Crew Pilot Licence (MPL)
– Subpart F Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL)
– Subpart G Instrument Rating (IR)
– Subpart H Class & Type Rating
– Subpart I Additional Ratings
– Subpart J Instructors
– Subpart K Examiners
– Subpart L Appendices
– Annex 2 Conversion NPL for A & H
– Annex 3 Acceptance of ICAO Licences
Will be of significant benefit for persons involved in the management of pilot training as well as Pilots and Flight Operations Quality Auditors, Flight Operations Inspectors, Regulators and other External Auditors and Interested Parties
A background in an aviation environment and familiarity with existing Air Crew Regulations will be an advantage.
To familiarize participants with the new structure and content of the Air Crew regulation (CAR FCL).
2 days – Start at 09.00 and finish at 17.00, with appropriate refreshment breaks.
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