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Part-66: Approved Certifying Staff

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ORGANISATION CERTIFICATION
CATEGORIES INVOLVE IN PART-66
CATEGORY A REQUIREMENTS
CATEGORY B REQUIREMENTS
CATEGORY C REQUIREMENTS
VALIDITY OF APPROVE CERTIFYING STAFF

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Part-66: Approved Certifying Staff


PART-145 Maintenance Organization
Maintining Commercial Air transport and Large Aircrfat and components
fitted there to

Issue
CRS for Commercial Air Transport
After maintenace work by appropriately approved
certifying staff

Certifying Staff
Personnel responsible for the release of an aircraft or a
component after maintenance

PART- 66 Qualified staff


Valid AMEL

Type-Rated

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Part-66: Approved Certifying Staff

Scope
Part-66 establishes the requirements for the issue of an
aircraft maintenance license and condition of its validity
and use, for aeroplane and helicopters of the following
categories:
Category A : Line maintenance certifying mechanic
Category B1:Line maintenance certifying technicianMechanical
Category B2: Line maintenance certifying technicianavionics
Category C: Base maintenance certifying engineer

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Privileges
Categories

A
Mechanic

Issue CRS following


line maintenance on
full range of airplane
system
B1 Mechanical
Structure
Powerplant
Mechanical
Electrical
Avionic LRUs

B2 Avionics
Avionic
electrical

C
Engineer
Issue CRS following
base maintenance
on aircraft after
Completion of
Scheduled hangar
check
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Issue CRS
following minor
schedule line
maintenance &
simple defect
rectification

B
Technician

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Privileges

Category A aircraft maintenance licence - to issue CRS after: minor


scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification within the
limits of tasks specifically endorsed on the authorisation. restricted to
work that the licence holder has personally performed in a Part-145
organization.

Category B1 aircraft maintenance license - issue CRS following


maintenance, including aircraft structure, powerplant and mechanical
and electrical systems. Replacement of avionic line replaceable units,
requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability. Includes the
appropriate A subcategory.

Category B2 licenses - permits to issue CRS following maintenance on


avionic and electrical systems.

Category C licenses shall permit the holder to issue CRS following base
maintenance on aircraft.

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Categories A and B1 are subdivided into


subcategories

A1
A2
A3
A4

and
and
and
and

B1.1
B1.2
B1.3
B1.4

Aeroplanes Turbine
Aeroplanes Piston
Helicopters Turbine
Helicopter Piston

BASIC REQUIREMENTS
The applicant for the license shall be at least 18
years of age
An applicant shall demonstrate by examination, a
level of knowledge in the appropriate subject
modules.
The basic knowledge examinations shall be
conducted by Part-147 approved training
organisation or by competent authority.
become B1 & B2 support staff (21 years)

License Holder may not exercise certification privileges


UNLESS:
a) Hold licence under Part-66
b) In compliance with the applicable requirements of
Part-M and or Part-145
c) Familiar with aircraft type
d) He/she must had 6 months of relevant experience in
the preceding two year period.
e) He/she is able to read, write and communicate in the
language(s) in which documentation are written.
f) Age at least 21 years old if you want to release CRS
g) Pass the task training conduct by part 147 (training
organization) (theory and practical)

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Category A Requirements (Base on technical background)


Years of practical
maintenance experience
required
No relevant technical training

Completion of training in a
technical trade, skilled worker

Completion of an approved basic


training course, pursuant to Part-147

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Subcategories B1.1 and B1.3 or B2 Requirements


Years of practical
maintenance experience
required
No relevant technical training

Completion of training in a
technical trade, skilled worker

Completion of Part-147
approved basic training course

2
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Category C Requirements
Years
Experience
Exercising category B1.1, B1.3 or B2 privileges
or as Part-145 base maintenance support staff,
or, a combination of both

Exercising category B1.2 or B1.4 privileges


or as Part-145 base maintenance support staff,
or a combination of both

Academic degree holder in a technical discipline,


from institution recognized by the competent
authority, experience working in a civil aircraft

3
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Type /Task Training And Rating
Category

Hands on and theoritical training and


assessment by Part-145 or Part-147
organisation

B1 and

Aircraft Task / Type Training

B2

C with academic
degree

Theoritical and practical type training by Part-147


organisation or type training approved by
competent authority
Theoretical aircraft type training by Part-147
organisation. Practical not required
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For B1, B2, C satisfactory completion of the aircraft type training by examination and /
or workplace assessment by
The Part-147 organisation, or
The competent authority
The training organisation conducting the approved type training course

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Categories Type / Task Training and Rating

B
Technician

A
Mechanic

Authority (Part 66 License)


+
Part 147 or Authority
(Type Rating)
Theoritical and practical
type training

B1 Mechanical

B2 Avionics

Authority (Part 66
License)
+
Part 147 or Authority
(Type Rating)
Theoritical aircraft type
training

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Authority
(Part 66 License)
+
Part 145 or Part 147
(Type Rating)
Hands on and
theoritical training

C
Engineer
(with academic degree

Type and Group ratings


For large aircraft, the holder of a category B1, B2 or C
aircraft maintenance license shall only exercise
certification privileges on a specific aircraft type
when the aircraft maintenance license is endorsed
with the appropriate aircraft type rating.
For aircraft other than large aircraft, the holder of a
category B1 or B2 aircraft maintenance license
may also exercise certification privileges when the
aircraft maintenance license is endorsed with the
appropriate group rating, or manufacturer group
rating

Group Rating
The group rating shall consist of the following:
i.

for category B1 or C

Helicopter piston engine


Helicopter turbine engine
Aeroplane single piston engine (metal structure)
Aeroplane multiple piston engine (metal structure)
Aeroplane single piston engine (wooden structure)
Aeroplane multiple piston engine (wooden structure)
Aeroplane single piston engine (composite structure)
Aeroplane multiple piston engine (composite structure)
Aeroplane turbine (single engine)
Aeroplane turbine (multiple engine)

ii) For category B2 or C


- Aeroplane
- helicopter

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Validity
5 years after last issue

(submit renewal before expired date)

Last 24 months certifying


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In the preceding two-years period, he/ she must had 6 month


maintenance experience

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CONTINUED VALIDITY
The aircraft maintenance license becomes invalid five
years after its last issue/amendment.
Any certification privileges based upon an aircraft
maintenance license is invalid

The aircraft maintenance license is only valid when


issued and/or amended by the competent authority and
when the holder has signed the document.

Job Opportunities that you


might not have considered
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vital in Aviation
Line Service Personnel
Organizes all aircraft movements in-andout of the Hangar, fuels and services the
Aircraft.

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Bird Scarer
Birds are a serious hazard to Aircraft. Bird
Scarers perform a vital job at Airports.

All of these people are


vital in Aviation

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Airport Manager
Without a Manager, the Airport probably
would not exist. This person keeps the
Airport viable.

All of these people are


vital in Aviation

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Accountant
Federal Aviation Rules and Internal
Revenue Tax Rules often clash. An
Aviation Accountant is worth his weight in
Gold!

All of these people are


vital in Aviation

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All of these people are


vital
inDispatcher
Aviation
Aircraft

Fuel, hotels, rental cars, passenger


manifests, international clearances,
handling, weather reports; the works. It is
all in a days work for a Dispatcher.

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All of these people are


vital
inInspector
Aviation
Aircraft

The structural integrity and serviceability


of an Aircraft must be closely inspected to
ensure that the Aircraft remains safe to
operate. Inspectors perform this vital
task.

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vital
in Agent
Aviation
Aviation
Insurance
An Aircraft is an extremely expensive
piece of equipment to own. Also the
nature of flight can be inherently
dangerous, and therefore financial
protection must be put in place for any
eventuality; this is where the Agent is
very important.

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vital
in Aviation
Aviation
Meteorologist
The sky is an ever changing environment
that is potentially hazardous to an Aircraft
and its occupants. The Meteorologist
produces the predications and reports for
dispatchers and pilots.

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Aviation
Doctor
vital
in Aviation
Pilots must be in tip-top condition to
stay legal and safe in the cockpit. An
Aviation Doctor performs regular physical
check-ups on all pilots.

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Aircraft
Parts Manager
vital
in Aviation
An Aircraft is a complex machine that has
thousands of individual parts all placed
together to create a whole Aircraft. The
Parts Manager procures, sorts,
categorizes, protects, stores and
dispenses all of these parts, when
needed.

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Aviation
Financier
vital
in
Aviation
Most individuals, and a lot of companies
do not have liquidity in their financial
holdings sufficient to pay for the purchase
of an Aircraft. This is where an Aviation
Financier is extremely important, because
he arranges for the cash from a bank or
individual investors to pay for the aircraft
on the buyers behalf, and then gets the
money paid back over a long period of
time.
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Cartographer
vital
in
Aviation
This person performs surveys of the
earths surface, and then creates charts
for pilots to navigate from. Aviation
Charts have to be up-dated constantly, so
that aircraft dont lose their way, or fly
into an obstruction.

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Directorin
of Aircraft
Maintenance
vital
Aviation
An Aircraft has to be regularly serviced
and inspected, both on a calendar and
hourly/cycle schedule. The Director of
Maintenance is in charge of the Aircraft to
ensure that all of these required tasks are
performed on-time, and at the right
interval.

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Aircraft in
Engineer
vital
Aviation
This person can have many roles, or be
very specialized. As Aircraft are designed,
built, and maintained, it is the Engineers
job to make sure that the original design
concept is not compromised, and safety is
foremost in the continued operation of an
Aircraft.

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All of these people are


Computer
Analyst
vital
in
Aviation
The operation, care, and feeding of an
Aircraft generates a massive amount of
data. A computer analyst consolidates,
tracks and analyzes all of this
information, so the right decision can be
made.

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Airport Fire/Rescue
The most in
hazardous
times during flight,
vital
Aviation
occur at the Take-Off, and at the Landing.
Airport Fire/Rescue personnel are there
ready for when things go wrong.

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Certified Flight and Ground
Instructor
vital
in
Aviation
Pilots must first learn to fly, and then
after they have progressed through their
various Ratings, they must maintain their
currency and proficiency. This would not
be possible without the vital work
performed by Flight and Ground
Instructors. Often they teach pilots in a
Simulator on the ground, instead of up in
the air.
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Flight Attendant
vital
in Aviation
Often these aviation professionals are
maligned by the general public. They are
not on-board to merely serve
refreshments; instead they are there to
ensure the safe and orderly evacuation of
the Aircraft during an emergency.

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Avionics in
Technician
vital
Aviation
Anything electrical or computerized on an
Aircraft, comes under the care and
expertise of an Avionics Technician.
Virtually all modern Aircraft are now fully
digital and computerized.

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Aviation Maintenance Technicians
These vital members of the aviation
team, perform all of the servicing and
repair operations that are necessary on
an Aircraft. They work directly for the
Director of Maintenance.

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Technical Service Representative
All Aircraft, systems and components
manufacturers employ Technical Service
Representatives to ensure that the
equipment that they sell, is understood,
and operated properly and reliably. These
individuals provide the necessary
interface between the user of the product
and the manufacturer.
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in Aviation
The Passenger
Unless the Aircraft is a single-seater that
is designed for utility or military
operations; it is specifically designed to
carry Passengers. Many companies
around the World use Business Aircraft to
transport their executives and operations
people to meetings and appointments. A
Business Aircraft is much, much, more
efficient than any of the Airlines.
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in Aviation
The Designer
If the initial design concept was not
conceived of and then committed to
paper, or onto a computer screen; no
Aircraft would exist today. We owe a great
debt of gratitude to all Designers.

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vital
in Aviation
The Salesperson
Designers and Engineers are not Sales
people. Once a design is formulated,
someone must sell the concept of its
value and necessity for it to be
purchased. The Salesperson is who makes
it all happen, by making a product
commercially viable in the eyes of its
clients. Business and Aviation would not
function if there were no Sales people
involved.
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All of these people are


FAA
Inspector
vital
in
Aviation
The U.S. Government controls Civil
Aviation through its agency, the: Federal
Aviation Administration (FAA.) This
agency employs Inspectors to make sure
that operators and certificate holders are
all complying with the law and are
conducting safe air operations.

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Air
Traffic Controller
vital
in
Aviation
The FAA employs quick thinking, and
highly alert people to direct air traffic
safely through the skies of this nation.
This is a highly stressful, but also a
rewarding occupation.

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Safety
Officer/Auditor
vital
in
Aviation
Operating an Aircraft requires a complex
organization that involves many different
people to make it all work. Sometimes
when people get busy, they might forget
to follow all of the required steps to
ensure that their task is done safely. The
Safety Officer/Auditor is there to monitor
for any possible breaches in safety,
before they happen or cause an accident.
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The Aviation Department Manager


All of the people on this page except for
the FAA employees; the passengers and
the Aircraft/Flight Department Owner, all
report to the Aviation Department
Manager, including the Pilot. The Buck
Stops Here with this person.

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The Owner
This is the ultimate boss. He or she that
holds the money, is the head honcho
without whom, the Flight Department and
all of its associated jobs would not exist.

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The Pilot
Look at all of the people that he relies on,
to be able to do his job.

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