Examiners (TRE-SFE-CRE)

Examiners (TRE-SFE-CRE)

To whom are they turning?
Anyone who is in possession of the appropriate experience and who wishes to renew, renew or extend to other types of aircraft the Type Rating Examiner (A) and / or Synthetic Flight Examiner (A) certification, in accordance with the Commission Regulation ( EU) n. 1178/2011 and its subsequent amendments.

According to the FCL.1015-Examiners standardization requirement, examiner courses may be conducted by the Competent Authority for the candidate's license or by an ATO approved by the same Authority. Currently GLOBEMASTER has the IAA's approval to conduct these courses for drivers who are in possession of an Irish license. Possibility of permits by other Authorities or only practical training on some aircraft when the Competent Authority directly issues theoretical standardization can be taken into account according to customer requests.

Purpose of Courses
Initial standardization
Train the participant to acquire within the course of the course the knowledge and skills necessary to properly handle the role of TRE (A) and / or SFE (A) and support the assessment of competence for the first certification release with an Inspector the Authority or a Senior Examiner appointed by it.

Update seminar
Review and update the knowledge and skills of the participant, already certified as TRE (A) and / or SFE (A), so that it can support the revalidation or renewal competence of the certification with an Inspector the Authority or a Senior Examiner appointed by it.

Extension standardization
Train the participant in order to acquire the knowledge and skills required to extend to another type of aircraft its valid TRE (A) and / or SFE (A) certificate and may support the relevant competence assessment with an inspector of the " Authority or Senior Examiner appointed by it.

Methods
Standardization provides theoretical and practical training. The Initial Includes Both. As a rule, the Update Seminar only includes the theoretical part and Standardization Extension is only the practical one. Theoretical training is preceded by a pre-course where participants can get acquainted with the material posted at the time of enrollment with the course structure, the relevant regulations and self-assessment of their training needs online as well as their own regulatory knowledge. At the end of the theoretical training is included an assessment of the normative and procedural knowledge. This is a written test, with multiple-choice questions and a chance to consult the open books. Its positive completion allows access to practical training or, when this is not anticipated, the issue of a positive completion certificate to be submitted to the Authority for renewal or restoration of the certificate. At the end of practical training, a concise assessment of the level of competence attained, the adequacy of which is recognized by the positive completion certificate, is made possible by applying to the Authority to support the appraisal of competence. For both the theoretical and the practical part, the didactics include a balanced combination of multimedia presentations, discussions, exercises, briefing and ad hoc briefing even with the use of video recordings, in order to foster participants' learning through interaction and practical orientation. .

Theoretical training is common to all types of aircraft while practical training, while similar, is tailored to the needs of the type or class.

Topics
(deepened by the type of course)
  Regulations ICAO, EU, EASA, ENAC
  ENAC procedures, data management, accountability, professional risk
  Operator Standard and FCL Examinations
  Management system
  Role of the Examiner: Principles, Skills and Expectations
  Examination on the simulator and on aircraft
  Exam preparation and management techniques
  Observation and evaluation of the benefit
  Fundamentals of Human Factors Relevant to Exams
  Technical and non-technical skills
  Documentation and related management

Duration
  2 Day Classes for a total of 14 lesson hours, excluding breaks
  2 SBB days with 2 simulator sessions, including at least 2 test / control sections each; for a total of 16 individual instruction hours of which 8 in the simulator.
If privileges are not required to conduct tests / checks for instrumental abilities:
  1 simulator session for a total of 8 hours of lesson including 4 in the simulator.
Update seminar
  1 Day class for a total of 7 lesson hours, net of breaks
  1 day with an inclusive SBB session of at least 1 test / control section, for a total of 7 training hours of at least 3 at the simulator.
If you intend to request privileges for renewing or restoring IR and these are not included in the previous certificate:
  2 SBB days with 2 simulator sessions, including at least 2 test / control sections each; for a total of 16 individual instruction hours of which 8 in the simulator.

The dates of performance are fixed as close as possible to the theoretical training in accordance with each participant and based on the availability of simulator or aircraft and instructor.

Calendar
The dates of performance are fixed as close as possible to the theoretical training in accordance with each participant and based on the availability of simulator or aircraft and instructor.
Note: FSTD or Flight Skills Assessment is not part of the course but may be organized by GLOBEMASTER at the request of the candidate, in conjunction with the appointment by the Competent Authority of the Chief Inspector or the Senior Examiner in charge.

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