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  • Proposed modular licensing framework for aircraft maintenance engineers - (CD 2309MS)

    We are seeking your input on proposed changes to the Part 66 Manual of Standards (MOS) that would allow us to introduce ‘modular’ licensing for aircraft engineers. This is designed to help address the shortage of licensed aircraft maintenance engineers (LAMEs) by making it easier for people to obtain a licence or return to the profession after a long absence. It will also assist foreign licence holders seeking a qualification to work in Australia. Feedback from the... More
    Closed 12 October 2023
  • Extended use of CASA Basics exams and Schedule of Experience (SOE) to qualify for a Part 66 aircraft engineer licence - (CD 2008MS)

    The current COVID-19 travel and social distancing restrictions have affected the practical aspects of training and a candidate’s ability to sit exams. As a result, we recently announced a range of measures, including an extension for use of CASA Basics and schedule of experience (SOE), to help industry during the current changing and unprecedented COVID-19 environment. The Part 66 transitional arrangements put in place under regulation 202.345 of CASR and specific... More
    Closed 13 May 2020
  • Proposed amendment to Part 66 Manual of Standards aircraft engineer licensing training - (CD 1908SS)

    We are proposing to amend the Part 66 Manual of Standards (MOS) to introduce a new ‘self-study’ training and examination pathway that leads to the grant of a Part 66 aircraft engineer licence. The proposed new pathway is an alternative to the current requirement to undertake licence category training via a Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation. It will be similar to the CASA Basics examinations/Schedule of Experience scheme that existed under the previous CAR 31 licensing... More
    Closed 27 September 2019
  • Post-implementation review of Part 66 - Continuing airworthiness - aircraft engineer licences and ratings (PIR 1703MS)

    Part 66 of the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 (CASR) sets out the requirements for the application for, the granting of, and appropriate use of aircraft maintenance engineer licences and ratings. Part 66 was first introduced in June 2011 as part of the regulatory reform program and transitioned the aircraft maintenance licensing requirements from the Civil Aviation Regulations 1988 (CAR) to the CASR. The detailed standards for the issue of aircraft engineer licences, ratings and other... More
    Closed 26 May 2017
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