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FAQ n.19035

How tasks for OJT shall be selected for different licences?

Answer

The AMC states that the tasks are representative of the licence (sub)category applied for. This means that:

  • the tasks should identify whether they relate to a B1.1, B1.3 licence …, to a B2 or L5,
  • and be adapted to the privilege of each licence category / subcategory as defined in 66.A.20(a):
    • for a B1 licence: aircraft structure, power plant and mechanical and electrical systems + work on avionics system with simple test but not including trouble shooting;
    • and those related to a B2: avionics, aircraft electrical system tasks and avionics/electrical tasks within mechanical and power plant systems; or
    • and those related to a L5: aircraft structure, power plant, mechanical and electrical systems, radio, Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT), transponder systems and other avionics systems requiring simple tests to prove their serviceability.
Last updated
28/01/2021

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