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LAMPIRAN KEPUTUSAN DIREKTUR JENDERAL PERHUBUNGAN UDARA NOMOR : SKEP/82/IV/2008 TANGGAL : 21 April 2008

Staff Instruction
SI HRD 01 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT OF DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION PERSONNEL

Revision : 1 Date : February 2008 REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION JAKARTA INDONESIA

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FOREWORD 1. PURPOSE

This Staff Instruction prescribes responsibilities, policies, and procedures to be used by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) for the development of human resources within respective Directorates area of responsibility. This Staff Instruction may be made available to the public so that they may better understand the authority and responsibility of the DGCA.
2. REFERENCES

This Staff Instruction should be used in accordance with the applicable regulations.
3. REVISION

Revision of this Staff Instruction will be approved by the Director General of Civil Aviation.

DIRECTOR GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION, ttd BUDHI M. SUYITNO NIP. : 120038217

Salinan sesuai dengan aslinya Kepala Bagian Hukum Setditjen Hubud

RUDI RICHARDO NIP.: 120108009

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TABLE OF CONTENTS FOREWORD PART A PART B PART C PART D i HUMAN RESOURCHES DEVELOPMENT OF DIRECTORATE OF AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION PERSONNEL (RESERVED) (RESERVED) (RESERVED)

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PART A HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT OF THE DIRECTORATE OF AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION PERSONNEL

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TABLE OF CONTENTS - PART A ..............................................................................ii CHAPTER I 1. 2. 3. 4. CHAPTER II 1. 2. 3. CHAPTER III 1. 2. 3. CHAPTER IV 1. 2. 3. CHAPTER V 1. 2. 3. APPENDIX 1 APPENDIX 2 GENERAL ..........................................................................................1 Introduction .........................................................................................1 Purpose...............................................................................................1 Policy ..................................................................................................1 Action ..................................................................................................4 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS .......................................................5 Functions, Duties and Responsibilities................................................5 Engineer Entrance Qualifications. .....................................................10 Schedule of Training Levels. .............................................................12 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR AIRWORTHINESS MANUFACTURING INSPECTORS...................18 Functions, Duties and Responsibilities..............................................18 Inspector Entrance Qualifications. ....................................................22 Schedule of Training Levels. .............................................................22 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR FLIGHT OPERATION INSPECTORS ..............................................................1 Functions, Duties and Responsibilities of Flight Operations Inspectors ...........................................................................................1 Inspector Entrance Qualifications .......................................................7 Schedule of Training Levels ................................................................8 HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR AIRWORTHINESS MAINTENANCE/AVIONICS INSPECTORS ........1 Functions, Duties and Responsibilities................................................1 Inspector Entrance Qualifications .......................................................5 Schedule of Training Levels ................................................................5 AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/INSPECTORS CURRICULUM VITAE ........................................................................1 DAC AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/INSPECTORS ORIENTATION AND ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD FORM. ................................................................................................1 AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD FORM .................................................................................1 AIRWORTHINESS MANUFACTURING INSPECTORS ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD ..........................................................3 FLIGHT OPERATION INSPECTORS ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD FORM ...............................................................1 AIRWORTHINESS MAINTENANCE/AVIONICS INSPECTORS ON-THE-JOB TRAINING RECORD FORM .......................................1 SYLLABUS OF BASIC AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE COURSE FOR AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/ MANUFACTURING INSPECTORS .............................4

APPENDIX 3 APPENDIX 4 APPENDIX 5 APPENDIX 6 APPENDIX 7

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APPENDIX 8 APPENDIX 9 APPENDIX 10 APPENDIX 11 APPENDIX 12 APPENDIX 13

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SYLLABUS OF SUB DIRECTORATE OF ENGINEERING AND AERONAUTICAL PRODUCT INDOCTRINATION COURSE ............1 SYLLABUS OF CONFORMITY INSPECTION COURSE...................1 SYLLABUS OF QUALITY CONTROL COURSE. ..............................1 CASR PART 21 CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR PRODUCT AND PARTS COURSE ....................................................1 SYLLABUS OF AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION SYSTEM EVALUATION PROGRAM (ACSEP) COURSE .................................1 SYLLABUS OF BASIC AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE COURSE FOR AIRWORTHINESS MAINTENANCE/AVIONICS INSPECTORS .......................................1 SYLLABUS OF CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS COURSE FOR AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/MANUFACTURING INSPECTORS .....................................................................................1 CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

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CHAPTER I

GENERAL

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Introduction The Directorate of Airworthiness Certification (DAC) has the responsibility to develop policies, programs, standards, systems, and procedures for the human resources development (HRD), of all DAC personnel as required to ensure technological currency, meet DGCA requirements, and to comply with DGCA obligations to meet the standards set forth in the Convention on International Civil Aviation and ICAO Annexes. The Directorates objective is to follow the ICAO Standards and Procedures which specify the obligations of a contracting state under the Convention and Annexes regarding Civil Aviation matters related to Flight Safety.

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Purpose The HRD process described herein is intended to lay down the DAC portion of responsibilities of the DGCA administrative polices dealing with the recruitment, training, designation, tasking and advancement of engineers/inspectors. It is not intended as a procedural manual. For guidance and information in the performance of their assigned duties, engineers/inspectors should refer to the applicable Staff Instruction, Advisory Circulars and Inspector Handbook and other guidance materials. Concerning training, this Staff Instruction provides standard training priorities for inspectors from initial assignment through qualified engineers and/or inspector/supervisory/administrative levels with recommended recurrent / refresher training thereafter.

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Policy a. Engineers/Inspectors Level. DAC personnel are grouped as the Airworthiness Engineers including Engineering Flight Test Pilots and Engineering Flight Test Engineers, Airworthiness Manufacturing Inspectors, Flight Operation Inspectors, Airworthiness Maintenance Inspectors and Airworthiness Avionics Inspectors. The recruitment of new engineer/inspector is the discretion of DAC and will be based upon many factors ranging from department resources to the operational needs within each sub-directorate. New engineers/inspectors will enter the system as Level I engineer/inspector and progress to level II and III over a period of not less than 10 years. The definitions of the levels of engineer/inspector are as follows : 1) Level I - Junior Engineer/Inspector. Is an engineer/inspector who possesses the basic entrance qualifications and completes the level I schedule of courses

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described in each respective chapter, within the first five years of service. 2) Level Il - Engineer/Inspector. Is an engineer/inspector who meets all the entrance qualifications and training required for a level I engineer/inspector and has completed the level II schedule of training described in each respective chapter, within the first 10 years of service. 3) Level III - Senior Engineer/Inspector. Is an engineer/inspector who meets all the entrance qualifications and training required for a level I and level II inspector, has completed not less than 10 years of service with DGCA as an engineer/inspector and has completed the level III schedule of training described in each respective chapter. In the case of Flight Operation Inspector, notwithstanding the inspector levels indicated above, the Sub Directorate of Flight Operation [Sub Directorate responsible for safety oversight of flight operations] may develop other designations for inspectors who deal specifically with a certain specialty area. Such specialities are cabin safety and dangerous goods. 4) Non-flying (Specialty) Inspector. Is an inspector who meets all the entrance, or equivalent qualifications and training required for a level I inspector with the exception of the pilot license and has completed a schedule of training deemed necessary for the performance of their duties within their specialized area, or areas of responsibility. b. Schedule of Training Level. The increasing emphasis on the certification, surveillance, and monitoring in the civil aviation industry/service environment with a stable work force makes it essential that the knowledge and skills of each engineer/inspector be developed and utilized to the maximum in an orderly and progressive manner. To ensure continuing high quality performance and to remain current with the state-of-the-art, certain technical and management training is necessary. All inspectors staff will receive sufficient initial and recurrent training to ensure they are competent to perform their assigned responsibilities with a high level of proficiency and professionalism. Where an inspector successfully completes any course of studies, they will receive a certificate of proficiency in that subject area and the completion date will be entered into that individuals training file. No inspector may perform any regulatory duty unless he or she has been trained for that specific function except where the inspector is under the direct supervision of a qualified inspector.

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Every inspector who is to perform a regulatory function, should be certified by his or her supervisor as competent to perform such function. The training program adopted by DGCA developed as a series of training components that collectively make up the total training program. As an inspector progresses to the higher levels of inspector responsibilities they will require a broader level of knowledge. Therefore, the training program is divided into three levels corresponding to the Inspector levels attained during the inspectors normal career progression. c. Performance and syllabus of training. Training may be performed locally, or at the reputable Foreign Airworthiness Authority Training Centre or any other reputable training center. If a training is performed locally, the syllabus should be similar to those in the appendices of this SI. d. Function of engineer/inspector. Each functional area listed in engineer/inspector functions in Sub Directorate within the DAC is administered and monitored by respective engineer/inspector carrying out specific duties and responsibilities. The role assigned to each level of engineer/inspector is contained in, but not limited to the their job descriptions. The specific job descriptions are intended to not only ensure that all areas of regulatory monitoring and administration are accomplished, but also to ensure the tasks assigned to each level of engineer/inspector are commensurate with their qualifications, experience and training. Engineer/inspector has enforcement function. The primary goal of enforcement compliance with the safety standards and is the process through which DGCA ensures all breaches of safety regulations and standards are dealt with. Enforcement of the CASRs is an extension of the surveillance and monitoring functions in that the enforcement procedures are not applicable until an infraction to the regulatory requirements has been detected. This detection is usually the result of normal surveillance or monitoring activity but is often the result of random observation of a safety violation. When any breach to an offence creating regulation is observed, engineers/inspectors should change from an inspecting role, to an investigative role and follow the procedures established for regulatory enforcement. The specific duties and responsibilities of individual engineer / inspector will vary somewhat depending on their specialty such as airframes, powerplants, avionics, dangerous goods, fixed wing pilot and rotary wing pilot. As such, an engineers / inspectors range of these duties and responsibilities will also vary depending on the specialty training that he / she has successfully attended. In cases where suitable engineer / inspector to fulfill certain duty and responsibility is not available, the DGCA may, at his discretion, relax the training requirements, taking into consideration the engineer's / inspectors

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seniority, past performance, employment record, experience, progression towards a higher rating and utility of the engineer / inspector. 4. Action a. Adherence to the Training Program. Described in this SI is compulsory for satisfactory job performance of all engineers/inspectors. The training program as set forth herein specifies the minimum formal and on-the-job training (OJT) for all engineers/inspectors. Training in subject areas other than those listed in this Staff Instruction may be completed by engineers/inspectors at any level based on individual or DAC needs. Previous experience and training should be credited towards the engineers/inspectors training program to avoid repetition. Courses should be scheduled to satisfy the needs of the DGCA and the individual. b. Curriculum Vitae entry. Upon completion of a training or OJT, entry shall be made to each individual engineers/inspectors Curriculum Vitae (CV) form as shown in Appendix 1. c. Certificate of Achievement. Upon compliance with requirements for the leveling of this SI, the Director of Airworthiness Certification on behalf of the Director General of Civil Aviation will issue to each engineer and inspector a certificate, stating the Level an engineer or an inspector has achieved, and the duties and responsibilities that may be assigned in accordance with level of specialties as shown in his / her training records. The certificate may be in a form as shown in Appendix 15.

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CHAPTER II

HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS

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Functions, Duties and Responsibilities a. Functions. The regulatory mandate of DAC Engineers covers the following functional areas: 1) Design and modification approval tasks of civil aircraft, aircraft engine, propellers, materials, parts, and appliances, which include the tasks involved in: a) Establishing a certification basis. b) Reviewing the proposed design, material and process specification and technical data. c) Reviewing safety assessment. d) Reviewing master drawing list. e) Flight Testing new or substantially modified aircraft. Technical project management tasks for Type Certification which include: a) Planning type certification. b) Implementing a Type Certification. c) Completing a type certification. d) Post type certification activities. [Proposing for engineering related] CASR and guidance materials development and improvement. Certificate management which include; Monitoring, evaluating, correcting, and providing guidance to the certificate holder. Certification and overseeing DER designees. Preparing Airworthiness Directives and distributing it to the concerned industry. Support other sub directorate or other agencies in need of engineering expertise such as aircraft accident investigation and Aircraft Certification System Evaluation Program (ACSEP). Using initiative to pursue any matter that needs to be attended to by the DGCA in the interest of air safety and for efficiency of the system. Maintaining a constant dialogue with the officials in the aviation industry on professional matters in order to keep up to date with latest developments.

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Duties and Responsibilities. The duties and responsibilities of an Airworthiness Engineer include those listed below depending on his level and specialty: 1) Level I (Junior Engineer). Under the direction and supervision of a level II or III Engineer: a) To assist engineer & senior engineer in the development of a new, or improvement of the existing airworthiness regulations, standard, procedures, and guidance materials for type certification of aircraft, engine, propellers, and parts in accordance with Staff Instruction SI PUB-01. b) To evaluate compliance - of aircraft structures minor modification/changes with applicable airworthiness standards which include the evaluation of materials, process and fabrication methods used. c) To evaluate compliance - of aircraft electrical/avionics systems minor modification - with applicable airworthiness standards which include the evaluation of its installation and electrical load analysis. d) To evaluate compliance - of mechanical system minor modification -with applicable airworthiness standards. Mechanical system include interior, cabin safety equipment, fire protection. e) To evaluate compliance - of powerplant systems minor modification -with applicable airworthiness standards. Powerplant systems include fuel systems, engine fire protections and engine indicators. f) To conduct flight testing. g) To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor. 2) Level II (Engineer). Under the direction and supervision of a level III Engineer and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a Level I Engineer: a) To oversee as directed the activities and functions of a level I inspector in order to give on the job training to that inspector. b) To evaluate new aircraft structural designs on Type Certification project and/or modification project which includes : i. Determination of compliance with applicable airworthiness standards and good design practices. ii. Advising the applicant of the extent of substantiation required and the acceptable methods for showing compliance with regulations. iii. Maintaining a continuous liaison with the applicant on the acceptability of design criteria, test proposals and design data as the work progresses for the smooth running of the project.

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To evaluate new aircraft electrical and avionics system designs on Type Certification project and/or modification project which includes : i. Determination of compliance with applicable airworthiness standards and good design practices. ii. Advising the applicant of the extent of substantiation required and the acceptable methods for showing compliance with regulations. iii. Maintaining a continuous liaison with the applicant on the acceptability of design criteria, test proposals and design data as the work progresses for the smooth running of the project. To evaluate new aircraft mechanical systems designs on Type Certification project and/or modification project which includes i. Determination of compliance with applicable airworthiness standards and good design practices. ii. Advising the applicant of the extent of substantiation required and the acceptable methods for showing compliance with regulations. iii. Maintaining a continuous liaison with the applicant on the acceptability of design criteria, test proposals and design data as the work progresses for the smooth running of the project. To evaluate new aircraft powerplant system designs on Type Certification project and/or modification project which includes i. Determination of compliance with applicable airworthiness standards and good design practices. ii. Advising the applicant of the extent of substantiation required and the acceptable methods for showing compliance with regulations. iii. Maintaining a continuous liaison with the applicant to negotiate on acceptability of design criteria, test proposals and design data as the work progresses for the smooth running of the project. To analyze the aerodynamic performance, handling and flying qualities, and systems functioning during Type Certification process to determine compliance with the applicable airworthiness standards. To monitor the manufacturers engineering work of designing and testing of aircraft engines, propellers, equipment and instruments to assure compliance with airworthiness requirements and related manufacturing specifications. This includes: i. Approval of production drawings. ii. Co-ordination of manufacturers requests for deviations from specifications. iii. Analysis of engineering change proposals and evaluation of the necessity for the change. iv. Follow through to ensure that the manufacturer submits complete modification drawings, design data, test result, limitations and maintenance information for use by the operators.
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Reporting on problems which threaten safety and timely and satisfactory attainment of the objectives with recommendations for corrective action. To evaluate proposals of major repairs to an aircraft, powerplant, propellers, and its components. To be involved in Type Certification Boards (TCB) activities. (SI 21-01) To be involved in Maintenance Review Board (MRB) activity related to the development and approval of initial maintenance/inspection requirements for the newly type certificated aircraft. To request conformity inspection to Sub Directorate of Aeronautical Product [Sub Directorate responsible for manufacturing safety oversight]. (SI 21-01) To conduct engineering compliance inspection to ensure that an installation complies with the applicable airworthiness requirements (SI 21-01). As a team member of ACSEP, to evaluate manufacturer compliance with DGCA approved quality system of each assigned sub system being audited in accordance with SI 21-07. To develop of a new, or to improve the existing airworthiness regulations, standard, procedures, and guidance materials for type certification of aircraft, engine, propellers, and parts in accordance with Staff Instruction SI PUB-01 and after consultation with aviation industry to recommend its approval to the Legal Office through the Engineering Standard Section [the respective authority through the responsible Sub Directorate within the DAC] . To monitor the development, evaluate and examine of the current and new national and foreign airworthiness engineering and design regulations, standards, procedures and guidance material and to determine the need for adaptation of critical features of the foreign engineering and design standards in national requirements, as necessary in accordance with Staff Instruction SI PUB-01 and after consultation with aviation industry to recommend its approval to the Legal Office through the Engineering Standard Section [by the respective authority through the responsible Sub Directorate for rules, regulations and guidance materials making]. To prepare and make available to the aviation industry of advisory material concerning aeronautical products engineering and design practices and procedures where such advice does not warrant mandatory action but may still make a significant contribution to flight safety. To confer at national and international levels on matters relating to the regulation of aeronautical products engineering and design. To identify and resolve the regulatory problems associated with aeronautical products engineering and design. To establish general and technical policies and procedures on which future airworthiness requirements can be based.

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To investigate of possible violations of the national air law or regulations in regard to production and airworthiness certification and to initiate legal or other corrective action where necessary. As a team member of aircraft accident investigation of the DGCA or national aircraft accident investigation agency when so requested and assigned. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Level Ill (Senior Engineer). Under the direction of the Deputy Director for Engineering [responsible Deputy Director for safety oversight of aeronautical products engineering] and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a level I and II Engineer: a) To provide direction and operational supervision as required to level I and Level II inspectors. b) To develop and evaluate changes in engineering standards, procedures and practices to reflect current requirements and limitations and to keep up with the continuously changing of the state of the art. c) To co-ordinate, final review and recommend approval of request of type certificate/type approval amendment. d) To recommend to the Deputy Director for Engineering [responsible Deputy Director for safety oversight of aeronautical products engineering] for issuance of a design/modification approval for an aircraft structure system, equipment or instrument. e) To validate foreign aircraft, engine or propeller type certificates. f) To approve test plan and witness critical tests on type certification/modification project. g) To manage the activities of the Type Certification Boards (TCB). h) To manage flight testing activities. i) To monitor continued structural integrity of Indonesian type certificated aircraft in service with a view to determine the need for supplemental inspection and CPCP Program to maintain the aircraft in airworthy condition. j) To review - the technical content of Service Bulletins (SB) of Indonesian type certificated/approved product to determine likely effects on the product design related continuing airworthiness and to decide steps to be taken to avoid or correct difficulties-for approval of the SB. k) To investigate - in co-ordination with the other Sub Directorates design related major defects and malfunctions discovered in aircraft, occurrences and service difficulty report to identify and prepare necessary design, manufacturing, maintenance and/or operational corrective action including Airworthiness Directives (AD) as necessary where safety may be affected. l) To review the State of the manufacturer ADs and issue National ADs as it is applicable to Indonesian registered aircraft.

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To Identify and resolve regulatory problems associated with airworthiness engineering. To establish general and technical policies and procedures on which future airworthiness requirements can be based. To formulate changes in airworthiness policies and requirements which have a severe economic impact on the aviation industry. To advice on technical matters relating to flight operations and airworthiness as may be required. To act as a Project Manager [on related activities to safety oversight of aeronautical products engineering]. To participate in international technical agreement as may be required. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Engineer Entrance Qualifications The following presents the minimum education requirements for the Airworthiness Engineer: a. Bachelor Degree in aeronautical, mechanical, electrical/electronics, computer, civil, physics and any other relevant engineering discipline. Attain a minimum of a 550 TOEIC score in English Language Training. Have reached his or her 20th birthday.

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Instrument - At least 10 of the required hours must have been logged in actual instrument weather. The balance may have been acquired in a flight simulator or as other types of instrument flight time, e.g. hood instrument. Specific duties. The following flight hour requirements will be applied ONLY for specific duties that require that specialty: Category Multiengine Airplane Heavy Helicopter Instructor Flight Hours 500 500 500

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Multiengine Airplane - When the duties require operation of large multiengine airplanes (i.e., gross takeoff weight in excess of 12,500 pounds), at least 250 flight hours must have been in such large airplanes. Up to 250 hours acquired in large helicopters (gross takeoff weight of 12,500 or more) may be substituted. Heavy Helicopter - Up to 250 hours flying time acquired in large multiengine airplanes may be substituted for heavy helicopter hours. Instructor Time - Must be related to the nature of the instruction work and the category of aircraft operated in the position to be filled. b. Flight experience requirements: 1) OR 2) One year of experience either flight testing aircraft for engineering approval (civilian or military) or analyzing aircraft performance data. Completion of a flight test course in civil or military flight test school;

NOTE: Acceptable engineering flight test experience must have been for the purpose of establishing the basic airworthiness of prototype aircraft or component parts in the experimental/developmental stage. This experience includes flight testing of an aircraft or component from the time of first developmental flight testing through final DGCA certification or military acceptance testing. This experience must include basic stability, controllability, and performance testing to determine compliance with civil, military, or foreign standards. Flight tests will normally have been accomplished in experimental category uncertified civilian aircraft or in military aircraft which have not had final acceptance for service use. The following examples ARE NOT considered engineering flight test experience:
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- Production quality control testing of airworthiness certificated aircraft or flight testing of overhauled aircraft or equipment for which the basic airworthiness has already been established (maintenance tests). - Flight testing of airspace navigation ground systems, flight instruction, or air carrier [operator] operations/general aviation operations. - Flights in service test aircraft (fully certified civil or fully accepted military aircraft) being flown to provide airborne test time for equipment evaluation. c. Certificates and ratings. 1) All positions require a current Commercial Pilot Certificate with airplane single and multiengine land and instrument ratings or an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certificate. For those positions requiring helicopter experience, applicants must hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate with helicopter and helicopter instrument ratings or an Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Certificate with helicopter rating.

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Drug testing program. An initial drug screen is required before entry on duty. Once hired, engineering flight test pilot will be subject to further screening on a random or as needed basis.

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Schedule of Training Levels. The training components listed below provide the training and skills necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities outlined in the job descriptions contained in Section 1 of this Chapter. LEVEL I: To be completed in the first 5 years of service. a. Orientation and English Language Training. All new Engineers shall undergo orientation and OJT program to become familiar with DAC mission, organization, administration, procedures, and job functions as prescribed in Appendix 2. This should be completed during the first 6 months of the job. Also during the first 6 months of the job, new Engineers will follow an intensive English course on a full or part time basis for the duration of 480 cumulated hours. Technical English Training can be conducted during onthe-job training within DGCA.

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Basic Aircraft Technical Knowledge Course. This four months full time course which might be conducted at any reputable training centre shall be attended by Engineers whose formal education did not include basic aircraft technical knowledge. This course will be followed by the Engineer during the first year on the job. The course will provide the participants with good understanding of the principles of flight, aircraft construction, aircraft systems, aircraft propulsion principles and associated systems, and aircraft maintenance. The syllabus of this course is in Appendix 7 which is similar to that of Manufacturing Inspectors and the Engineers can attend the same course.

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On-The-Job Training. Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field should be accomplished according to the Engineers job functions and properly entered on his training record. The Q.J.T. training record form is in Appendix 3.

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Formal Training Courses. This training is required to provide the Engineer with the general knowledge and skills required by the job. Also these courses provide the training required to perform specific job functions. 1) General. a) b) c) d) e) f) 2) Office automation technology and service training. Professionalism for airworthiness Engineers. Constructive communications. DAC indoctrinations course. CASR Part-21 [and its related guidance materials]. Human factors in aircraft engineering and design.

Specializations. a) Structure/Airframe Engineer. i. Airplane preliminary design. ii. Basic aircraft loads. iii. Stress & strength analysis. iv. Material properties of aircraft/engine. v. Non destructive tests. Electrical & Avionics Engineers. i. Basic aircraft electrical. ii. Basic electrical load analysis. iii. Fundamental avionics (communications, navigations, instruments). iv. Electrical power, generating and distribution systems. Mechanical Systems. i. Basic Aircraft Mechanical Systems. ii. Basic Cabin Safety.
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Powerplant. i. Basic engine/propeller. ii. Basic engine/propeller installation. iii. Powerplant related systems. Environmental. i. Basic cabin safety. ii. Basic fire protection. iii. Basic environmental control. iv. Basic icing certification.

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Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Engineers current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 2) Human factors in aircraft engineering and design at least once a year.

LEVEL II: To be completed within the first 10 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the Level I schedule of training has been successfully completed. a. On-The-Job Training. Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field, should be completed during the second 5 years of the job. This OJT. should be accomplished according to the Engineers job functions and properly entered on his OJT. training record form given in Appendix 3. b. Formal Training Courses for Airworthiness Engineers during Level II. The following courses should be completed by the Engineer, as applicable to his/her job functions, during the second 5 years of the job. This training is necessary to provide the Engineer with the necessary skill required by the job and to perform specific job functions. 1) General. a) b) 2) Aircraft Certification System Evaluation Program (ACSEP). Aircraft accident investigation.

Specializations. a) Structure/Airframe Engineer i. Dynamics analysis. ii. Structural test methods. iii. Fatigue and fracture mechanics. iv. Material composite and substitution composite.

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v. Crashworthiness. vi. Corrosion control. vii. Lightning protection for aircraft structure. viii. Rotorcraft loads. ix. Metal structural repair. Electrical & Avionics Engineers i. Aircraft system safety assessment. ii. Reliability analysis. iii. Avionics data bus design. iv. Electronics flight control system analysis & design. Mechanical Systems. i. Aircraft systems (flight control, hydraulics, brakes, landing gear, steering). ii. Aircraft system safety assessments. iii. Reliability analysis. Powerplant. i. Powerplant related systems. ii. Safety assessment analysis. iii. Reliability analysis & maintainability analysis. iv. Basic noise. Environmental. i Flammability test methods. ii. Emergency evacuation. iii. Advanced fire resistant interior materials. iv. Payload fire protection system. v. Aircraft oxygen system. vi. Fire zone analysis. vii. Aircraft ditching.

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LEVEL Ill To be completed within the first 15 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the training outlined in schedules I and II have been successfully completed. a. After level II, the Engineers are considered Senior Engineers and qualified to implement their job functions without any supervision. They are assigned projects for implementation as specified in their job functions and in accordance with DAC standards and procedures and make complete reports regarding the activities accomplished.

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The Engineers will continue to attend recurrent training and the following specialized training and recommended seminars and conferences within their respective specialty available locally or overseas to remain current with the aviation technology development : 1) Structure/Airframe Engineer. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 2) Aero-elasticity analysis. 16 G dynamic seat test. Composite repair. Structure analysis by finite element analysis. Damage tolerance. Aging aircraft seminars. Structures harmonization standard regulations.

Electrical & Avionics Engineers. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Aircraft system lightning protection. Avionics lightning protection. HIRF certification. Software certification. Fly by wires. Avionics harmonization standards regulation. All Weather Operation (AWO) harmonization regulation.

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Mechanical System. a) b) c) d) e) Aircraft system lightning protection. Mechanical system harmonization working group. Hydraulic test harmonization working group. Braking system harmonization working group. Flight control harmonization working group.

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Powerplant. a) b) c) d) e) f) Powerplant installation working group. Engine harmonization working group. International powerplant research conference. Engine & propeller control system. Noise certification. Aircraft system lightning protection.

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Environmental. a) b) c) d) e) Performance standards working group (emergency evacuation issues). Direct view harmonization working group. Ice protection harmonization working group. Seat testing working group. Passenger issue working group (rotorcraft).

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International aircraft (conference).

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The Inspectors Engineers will continue to follow recurrent and the following specialized and managerial trainings and recommended seminars/conferences in the flight operation aircraft engineering and design fields available locally or overseas to enhance their specialization and managerial skills and yet remain current with the development of their area of specialty : 1) 2) 3) Engineering Management. Design Management. Other courses, workshops and seminars relating to engineering specialization and management, supervision and decision making.

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Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Engineers current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures of their area of specialty: 1) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 2) Human factors in aircraft engineering and design at least once a year.

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The Senior Engineers have the responsibilities to train and qualify the newly recruited Engineers and provide them with the necessary on-the-job training. Senior Engineers conduct Seminars and Workshops to train Engineers from the DAC and the Manufacturer covering the different aspects of Civil Aviation in their areas of specialty.

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Functions, Duties and Responsibilities. a. Functions. The regulatory mandate of DAC Manufacturing Inspectors covers the following functional areas: 1) Evaluation for recommendation of issuance of Certificate of Registration (C of R). Certification and safety oversight of Certificate of Aeronautical Product Distributor. Performance of conformity inspection during original certification which covers the initial issuance of Airworthiness Certificate and/or Approvals, including export and import of aircraft and aeronautical products. Technical project management tasks for Production Certifications/ Approvals which include : a) Planning a production certification. b) Implementing Conducting a production certification. c) Completing Conducting a post production certification. [Proposing for manufacturing related] CASR and guidance materials development and improvement. Certificate management which includes: Monitoring, evaluating, correcting, and providing guidance to the production certificate holder. Certification and overseeing DMIR designees. Support other sub directorate or other agencies in need of manufacturing expertise such as accident investigation and ACSEP. Using initiative to pursue any matter that needs to be attended to by the DGCA in the interest of air safety and for efficiency of the system.

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10) Maintaining a constant dialogue with the officials in the aviation industry on professional matters in order to keep up to date with latest developments. 11) Enforcement.

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Duties and Responsibilities. The duties and responsibilities of Airworthiness Manufacturing Inspector, in general terms include the following : 1) Level 1 (Junior Inspector). a) To review and process applications for registration of aircraft, to prepare recommendation for registration / issuance of Certificates of Registration, de-registration. To keep the national register of civil aircraft Civil Aircraft Register (CAR) update and to make the information as required by ICAO available from the register as and when required. and to record in the, and send and update the CAR to ICAO. Under the direction and supervision of a level II or III Inspector: To perform conformity inspection during original certification which covers the initial issuance of Airworthiness Certificate and/or Approvals, including export for aircraft and aeronautical products in accordance with SI 21-02 as follows: i. Class 2 & 3 products for issuance of Authorized Release Certificate (ARC). ii. Incoming material to the Prime Manufacturer. iii. Class 1 product for issuance of Export Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A). iv. New aircraft for issuance of Initial C of A. To evaluate required documentations for recommendation of issuance of Certificate of Registration (C of R). To assist aeronautical product distributor in the task of certification and application for new or revised authorities in meeting the regulatory requirements in accordance with the inspectors handbook and certification staff instructions. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Level II (Inspector). Under the direction and supervision of a level III Inspector and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a level I inspector: a) To oversee as directed the activities and functions of a level I inspector in order to give on the job training to that inspector. b) To perform conformity inspection during original certification which covers the initial issuance of Airworthiness Certificate and/or Approvals, including export for aircraft and aeronautical products in accordance with SI 21-02 as follows: i. Aircraft to be converted from one C of A category to another category. ii. Aircraft to be issued Provisional Airworthiness Certificate and amendment thereto. iii. Aircraft to be issued Experimental Certificates and amendments thereto, including amateur-built aircraft which are new or have been subjected to major change.

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Used aircraft for issuance of Initial C of A. Aircraft which have never been certificated to be issued Special Flight Permit. vi. Aircraft of Republic of Indonesia (RI) manufacture and RI registry which have been operated under foreign registry for issuance of Initial C of A. vii. On Type Certification Project. viii. Prototype aircraft for issuance of Experimental C of A. ix. Parts produced by Vendors/Sub Contractor facility (if not delegated to foreign authority). To perform witnessing test on type certification project. (SI 2106) To perform delegated conformity inspection on behalf of foreign authority. To perform continuous surveillance of production approval holder. (SI 21-06) To evaluate the qualification of personnel that perform and certify NDI in PAH. To evaluate the manufacturing process and special process conformity. (SI 21-01) To develop or review proposal of new or improvement of regulations, standards, procedures, and guidance materials on aeronautical product manufacturing and conformity inspections in accordance with Staff Instruction SI PUB-01, and after consultation with aviation industry to recommend its approval to the Legal Office through the Engineering Standard Section [the respective authority through the responsible Sub Directorate within the DAC] . To monitor the development and evaluate international regulations, standards, procedures and guidance material on aeronautical product manufacturing and conformity inspection for possible adaptation. To prepare and make available to the aviation industry of advisory material concerning production and airworthiness certification practices and procedures where such advice does not warrant mandatory action but may still make a significant contribution to flight safety. To confer at national and international levels on matters relating to the regulation of production and airworthiness certification. To identify and resolve the regulatory problems associated with production and airworthiness certification. To establish general and technical policies and procedures on which future airworthiness requirements can be based. As a team member of PCB, to review/evaluate/inspect manufacturer compliance with DGCA quality system requirements in accordance with SI 21-06 as follows: i. To review/evaluate the manufacturing quality manual for initial issuance of production approval. ii. To evaluate the adequacy of the manufacturing facilities for initial issuance of production approval.

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To evaluate the adequacy and qualification of the manufacturing personnel for initial issuance of production approval. iv. To review/evaluate quality system of the Vendor/Sub Contractor and Suppliers of Prime Manufacturers. As a team member of ACSEP, to evaluate manufacturer compliance with DGCA approved quality system of each assigned sub system being audited in accordance with SI 21-07. To investigate of possible violations of the national air law or regulations in regard to production and airworthiness certification and to initiate legal or other corrective action where necessary. As a team member of aircraft accident investigation of the DGCA or national aircraft accident investigation agency when so requested and assigned. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Level Ill (Senior Inspector). Under the direction of the Sub-Directorate Head [responsible Deputy Director] and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a level I and level II inspector: a) To provide direction and operational supervision as required to level I and Level II inspectors. b) To act as PI. c) To act as a team leader of PCB. (SI 21-06) d) To act as a team leader of ACSEP. (SI 21-07) e) To carry out duty/duties in designee (DMIR) management in accordance with SI 183-2 such as i. To evaluate qualification of DMIR candidate. ii. To prepare issuance of Certificate of Authority and Certificate of Designation. iii. To prepare and/or to conduct indoctrination training. iv. To supervise designee to ensure designee performance of the assigned duties. v. To ensure that the designee has access to all of regulations, standards procedures, and guidance materials and DAC forms, required in the performance of assigned duties. vi. To review each DMIR work records. vii. To accompany each DMIR, on at least an annual basis, during the inspections of a completed product to ensure that satisfactory inspection techniques are being used. f) To determine the necessary inspections and tests for the determination that purchased materials and parts of a product for which application for type certification was made, conform to the specifications and drawings in the type design. (AC 21-33) g) To participate in international technical agreement as may be required. h) To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Inspector Entrance Qualifications. The following presents the minimum education requirements for Manufacturing Inspectors: a. Technical diploma II graduate from the Civil Aviation Training Centre in Curug or the equivalent, or diploma II in Aeronautical, Mechanical, Electrical/Electronics, Civil, Industrial, Computer Engineering. Attain a minimum of a 550 TOEIC score in English Language Training. Have reached his or her 20th birthday.

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Note: A candidate who does not meet the English requirement may be recruited provided he or she undergoes sufficient English language training to attain a 550 TOEIC score within six months of service. 3. Schedule of Training Levels. The training components listed below provide the training and skills necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities outlined in the job descriptions contained in Section 1 of this Chapter. LEVEL I: To be completed in the first 5 years of service. a. Orientation and English Language Training. All new inspectors shall undergo orientation training program to become familiar with DAC mission, organization, administration, procedures, and job functions as prescribed in Appendix 2. This should be completed during the first 6 months of the job. Also during the first 6 months of the job new inspectors will follow an intensive English course on a full or part time basis for the duration of 480 cumulated hours. Technical English Training can be conducted during onthe-job training within DGCA. b. Basic Aircraft Technical Knowledge Course. This four months full time course which might be conducted at any reputable training centre shall be attended by Inspectors whose formal education did not include basic aircraft technical knowledge. This course will be followed by the Inspector during the first year on the job. The course will provide the participants with good understanding of the principles of flight, aircraft construction, aircraft systems, aircraft propulsion principles and associated systems, and aircraft maintenance. The syllabus of this course is in Appendix 7 which is similar to that of Maintenance/Avionic Inspectors and the Manufacturing Inspectors can
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attend the same course as the Maintenance/Avionic Inspectors with some additional course materials. c. On-The-Job Training. Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field should be accomplished according to the Inspectors job functions and properly entered on his/her training record. The OJT. training record form is in Appendix 4. d. Formal Training Courses. The following courses should be completed by all Inspectors during the first 5 years of the job. This training is required to provide the Inspector with the general knowledge and skills required by the job. Also these courses provide the training required to perform specific job functions : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) e. Office Automation Technology and Service Training. Professionalism for manufacturing Inspectors. Constructive Communications. DAC Indoctrinations Course. Conformity Inspection Course and On the Job Training. Quality Control Course and On the Job Training. CASR Part-21 [and its related guidance materials]. Aeronautical product distributor certification. Human factors in aircraft manufacturing.

Recurrent Training.

This training is required to keep the Inspectors current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 2) Human factors in aircraft manufacturing at least once a year. LEVEL II: To be completed within the first 10 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the Level I schedule of training has been successfully completed. a. On-The-Job Training.

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Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field, should be completed during the second 5 years of the job. This OJT. should be accomplished according to the Inspectors job functions and properly entered on his/her OJT. training record form given in Appendix 4. b. Formal Training Courses for Airworthiness Manufacturing Inspectors during Level II. The following courses should be completed by the Manufacturing Inspector, as applicable to his job functions, during the second 5 years of the job. This training is necessary to provide the Inspector with the necessary skill required by the job and to perform specific job functions : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) c. Quality system. Quality auditor. Aircraft Certification System Evaluation Program (ACSEP). Accident investigation. Human factors.

Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Inspectors current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 2) Human factors in aircraft manufacturing at least once a year.

LEVEL III To be completed within the first 15 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the training outlined in schedules I and II have been successfully completed. a. After level II, the Inspectors are considered Senior Inspectors (like PI) and qualified to implement their job functions without any supervision. They are assigned projects for implementation as specified in their job functions and in accordance with DAC standards and procedures and make complete reports regarding the activities accomplished. The Inspectors will continue to follow recurrent and specialized and managerial trainings and recommended seminars/conferences in the airworthiness and aircraft manufacturing fields available locally or overseas to enhance their specialization and managerial skills remain current with the aviation technology development : 1)
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Other courses, workshops and seminars relating to manufacturing specialization and management, supervision and decision making.

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Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Inspectors current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures of their area of specialty : 1) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. Human factors in aircraft manufacturing at least once a year.

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The Senior Inspectors have the responsibilities to train and qualify the newly recruited Inspectors and provide them with the necessary on-the-job training. Senior Inspectors conduct Seminars and Workshops to train Inspectors from the DAC and the Manufacturer covering the different aspects of Civil Aviation in their areas of specialty.

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HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR FLIGHT OPERATION INSPECTORS

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Functions, Duties and Responsibilities of Flight Operations Inspectors a. Functions. The regulatory mandate of DAC Flight Operations Inspectors covers the following functional areas : 1) 2) 3) 4) Licensing of pilots, other crewmembers and aircraft dispatchers. Certification and safety oversight of Flight Schools. Certification and safety oversight of flight training devices. Certification and operators. safety oversight of non-commercial / private air

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Certification and safety oversight of commercial / air operators : a) Certification and safety oversight : certification and safety oversight services offered to each operator (AC), or air carrier applicant, shall provide for an initial, upgrade or revision to their present or proposed operation sufficient to bring the AC operator to an appropriate level of compliance with all relevant safety regulations. The procedures to be followed for this action must be as laid down in the SI on air carrier operator certification and the inspectors handbook. Certification function, issues to a qualifying operator AC, an Operating Certificate or Air Operator Certificate (AOC), Operations Specification (OS) or written exemption. It also provides for revision, extension, suspension or cancellation of these documents. b) Manuals: Ensuring all operational personnel have adequate instructions and guidance for the preparation and execution of all company flights activities. This is accomplished by review and recommendation for approval of each AC operator Company Operations Manual (COM) and all manuals, which either form part of the COM or are otherwise required by regulations for the operation of aircraft. c) Safety oversight / Surveillance: Safety oversight / Surveillance takes place in many forms but falls under three basic categories. Auditing, Inspecting, and Checking. Auditing is the in depth review of a companys systems, procedures, equipment, facilities and personnel, inspecting is a partial review of any component or department of a company and checking is procedure followed for establishing the level of safety of a particular flight or the proficiency of a carriers operators flight and ground personnel. Any of the above functions may be programmed by a schedule, air carrier operator request, or be spontaneous as directed by a subdirectorate head the responsible Deputy Director.
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Monitoring: Monitoring is the process through which DGCA can assess the adequacy of an ACs operators required programs. Any program developed by an air carrier operator which requires DGCA approval, must be monitored by DGCA prior to issuing formal approval. Interim approval may be given upon review and recommendation for a program with formal approval being issued only after that program has been monitored by a qualified inspector. The following is a list of air carrier operator operational programs requiring monitoring. All flight and ground training components which make up an carriers operators total training program for pilots, flight attendants, and ground personnel described in the ACs COM. Each companys flight safety, check pilot and check flight attendant programs. Any other program considered necessary by the DGCA.

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Project management tasks for certification of flight schools, flight training devices and air operators which include: a) Planning certification. b) Establishing a certification basis. c) Conducting a certification. d) Conducting post certification activities. Proposing for flight operation related CASR and guidance materials development and improvement. Certificate management which include monitoring, evaluating, correcting, and providing guidance to the certificate holder. Overseeing designees.

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10) Accident investigation. 11) Using initiative to pursue any matter that needs to be attended to by the DGCA in the interest of air safety and for efficiency of the system. 12) Maintaining a constant dialogue with the officials in the aviation industry on professional matters in order to keep up to date with latest developments. 13) Enforcement. b. Duties and Responsibilities. The functions of individual Flight Operations Inspectors will vary somewhat depending on their level and specialty such as fixed wing pilot, rotary wing pilot, Flight Engineer, Flight Attendant, and Flight Operation Officer. As such, to be eligible to assume a specific duty and responsibility an inspector must have successfully completed the required trainings for that duty and responsibility.

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A Pilot - Flight Operations Inspectors for example, is required to undergo a type-rating training before approving MEL, Flight Manual, or conducting flight check for issuance of type rating and proficiency check. He/she must be a flight instructor to conduct flight check for issuance of license, and must be a captain to conduct flight check for captaincy. Routine surveillance activities can be accomplished on any aircraft in any air operator whether or not the inspector is type rated on that particular type. In cases where the inspector is conducting a surveillance function on operation of an aircraft in which he / she is not type rated, he / she must limit his observations and remarks to those elements that are not specific to that type of aircraft unless the occurrence is self-evident and would not take a type rated person to make an observation of that nature. There may be an occasion where there is no inspector qualified on a particular type of aircraft and there is a need for one to accomplish a task that normally required a type rating. In such a case, an inspector with a type rating on a similar aircraft could accomplish the required task after being directed by his/her Deputy Director. In general terms, the function of Flight Operations Inspectors include the following : 1) Level I (Junior Inspector). Under the direction and supervision of a level II or III Inspector : a) To assist in the licensing activities of pilots, other crewmembers and aircraft dispatchers which includes administration, examination, checking, for issuance of licenses, filing and maintaining of the respective data base. b) To assist flight schools and the air carriers operators in the task of certification and application for new or revised authorities in meeting the regulatory requirements in accordance with the inspectors handbook and certification staff instructions. c) To assess flight schools and air carrier operator application and qualification for an flight school certificate, AOC, Operations Specification, or revision to their operating authority and making recommendation for the issuance of the appropriate document. d) To review and make recommendation for approval as appropriate, or return to the flight schools or air carrier operator for correction, any manual or amendment thereto, required by the CASRs for the maintenance of their air operator certificate. e) To assist a flight schools or air carrier operator in the preparation of personnel guidance material by consulting with the flight schools or air carrier operator on the various manual requirements. These manuals include but are not limited and as appropriate to Company Operations Manual, Aircraft Operating Manuals, Standard Operating Procedures, Minimum Equipment List, Dispatcher Procedures Manual, Flight Attendant Manual and relevant Training Manual, or any other manual required for specific types of operations such as external loads carried by helicopter.
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To assess a flight schools or air carriers operators proposed training program and make recommendation for approval or, return to the flight schools or air carrier operator for correction as appropriate. To act as Principal Training Inspector (PTI) for flight school. To act as the Principal Operations Inspector (POI) for air carriers operators as assigned by assuming responsibility for all the administrative needs of the assigned air carrier/s operator/s. To act as an audit team member under the supervision of an audit team leader. To perform ramp, in-flight and other specialty inspections as determined by a sub-directorate head the responsible Deputy Director. To monitor training programs required by the applicable CASR and make recommendations with respect to the suitability of the program for a formal approval. To record, review and process applications for issuance, renewal, validation and extension of pilot, flight engineer, flight attendant and flight operation officer certificate/licenses and ratings. To organize and conduct examinations for certificate/licenses as above, to assess the results, to maintain the examination security, to keep the past and current license records and to issue, renew or validate as appropriate of each license, extension or rating. Writing and the revision of examination papers to keep pace with developments in each respected area. To carry out covert or overt investigation of any observed infractions to the safety regulations and prepare a preliminary report in accordance with the inspector handbook and enforcement staff instruction. To maintain high level of proficiency of personal pilot flying qualifications. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Level II (Inspector). Under the direction and supervision of a level III Inspector and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a level I inspector: a) To oversee as directed the activities and functions of a level I inspector in order to give on the job training to that inspector. b) To make final recommendation for the issuance of an training school certificate, OC or AOC, Operations Specification or Special Authority. c) To act as the audit manager when so assigned by the convening authority. d) To perform simulator and/or airborne flight checks on air carrier operator personnel for the purpose of establishing the proficiency of an air carrier operator pilot, flight engineer flight attendant, or any other required crewmember.

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To perform monitoring flights on flight school and air carrier operator approved company check pilots for the purpose of establishing initial or renewed authorized person status. Monitoring all aspects of the air carriers [operators] check pilot program to ensure the program is being conducted in accordance with the procedures laid down for that program. To monitor the implementation of flight safety management programs system of the air carrier operator, including specialized safety officer training. To review and assess the dangerous goods procedures including training programs and tracking systems for each air carrier operator that has been authorized to transport dangerous goods. To review and recommend for approval each air carriers operators Crew Resource Management Training Program and monitor the training prior to issuing formal approval. To perform certification and operational evaluations on training schools and air carrier operator flight and cabin simulators and recommend the issuance of an Operations Specifications for the use of the simulator as part of the training schools and carriers operators training program including appropriate limitations or restrictions on training/checking credits. To maintain high level of proficiency of personal pilot flying qualifications. To develop or review proposal of new or improvement of regulations, standards, procedures, and guidance materials on flight operations in accordance with Staff Instruction SI PUB01, and after consultation with aviation industry to recommend its approval to the respective authority through the responsible Sub Directorate within the DAC. To monitor the development and evaluate international regulations, standards, procedures and guidance material on flight operations for possible adaptation. To prepare and make available to the aviation industry of advisory material concerning flight operations practices and procedures where such advice does not warrant mandatory action but may still make a significant contribution to flight safety. To confer at national and international levels on matters relating to the regulation of flight operations. To identify and resolve the regulatory problems associated with flight operations. To establish general and technical policies and procedures on which future flight operations requirements can be based. To investigate of possible violations of the national air law or regulations in regard to flight operations and to initiate legal or other corrective action where necessary. To keep close liaison with the air carriers operators safety officers regarding matters of safety. As a team member of aircraft accident investigation of the DGCA or national aircraft accident investigation agency when so requested and assigned.
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To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Level Ill (Senior Inspector). Under the direction of the Sub-Directorate Head responsible Deputy Director and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a level I and level II inspector : a) To provide direction and operational supervision as required to level I and Level II inspectors. b) To act when assigned, as the flight operations co-chairman of the Regulatory Working Group established for the purpose of review, revision or development of appropriate Civil Aviation Safety Regulations, Advisory Circulars and Staff Instructions. c) To review and evaluate a flight schools and air carriers operators nomination for all management positions specifically required by the CASR and other nominated managers whos duty it is to give direction to operational staff members. Make final recommendation to the sub-director responsible Deputy Director for the approval or non-approval of each nominee. d) To evaluate any flight school and air carriers operators action plan for the purpose of audit follow-up. e) To develop for approval by the sub-director responsible Deputy Director, an operational surveillance plan to ensure on going compliance by the flight school and air carriers [operators]. f) To develop for approval of the Deputy Director sub-director a system for performance review of each level I, Level II, or NonFlying Inspector to ensure their competency is being maintained and career progression is on schedule. g) To develop and implement suitable tracking system to ensure all flight schools and air carrier [operators] needs are being responded to in a most efficient manner. h) To maintain personal pilot proficiency on at least one large aircraft type and increase the number of large aircraft type endorsements by at least one new type every three years. i) To participate in international technical agreements as may be required j) To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Non-Flying (Specialty) Inspector. Under the direction and supervision of a level III Inspector. a) To act as a non-flying inspector for air carriers [operators] which are required to have departments where specific knowledge and experience not normally held by level I and II inspectors, is required. Specific areas which require specialty knowledge and background are Cabin Safety Departments, operational control systems which utilize full dispatch departments with license flight following officers, or any other area where the POI does not meet the knowledge and training criteria.

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To assist the air carriers [operators] in the task of certification and application for new or revised authorities in meeting the regulatory requirements in accordance with the inspectors handbook and certification staff instructions. To assess that part of a company corresponding to a specific specialty area assigned to the inspector, for the purpose of making an application for a training school, AOC, Operations Specification, or revision to their operating authority and making recommendation with respect to that specialty area. To review and make recommendation for approval as appropriate, or return to the training school and air carrier [operator] for correction, any part of manual or amendment thereto, that deals with the specialty area. To assist an air carrier [operator] in the preparation of personnel guidance material by consulting with the air carrier [operator] on the various manual requirements. These manuals include but are not limited to Dangerous Goods Manual, Flight Attendant Manual and its relevant Training Manual, or any other manual required for specific types of operations such as dispatch procedures, external loads carried by helicopter or other relevant document. To assess a training school air carriers [operators] proposed training program relating to the assigned specialty and make recommendation for approval or, return to the air carrier [operator] for correction as appropriate. To act as an audit team member under the supervision of an audit team leader. To perform ramp, in-flight and other specialty inspections as determined by a sub-directorate head responsible Deputy Director. To monitor training programs required by the applicable CASR and make recommendations with respect to the suitability of the program for a formal approval. To carry out covert or overt investigation of any observed infractions to the safety regulations and prepare a preliminary report on all in accordance with the inspector handbook and enforcement staff instruction. To maintain competency and currency of any professional license required for the assigned area of specialty. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

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Inspector Entrance Qualifications The following presents the minimum education requirements for Flight Operation Inspectors: a. Pilot Diploma II graduate from the Civil Aviation Training Centre (CATC) in Curug or equivalent training.

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Hold a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) or higher, with a Multi-Engine Instrument Rating or equivalent license and endorsements for non-flying inspectors. Attain a minimum of a 550 TOEIC score in English Language Training. Have reached his or her 20th birthday.

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Note: A candidate who does not meet the English requirement may be recruited provided he or she undergoes sufficient English language training to attain a 550 TOEC score within six months of service. 3. Schedule of Training Levels The training components listed below provide the training and skills necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities outlined in the job descriptions contained in Section 1 of this Chapter. LEVEL I To be completed in the first 5 years of service. a. Orientation and English Language Training. All new inspectors shall undergo orientation training program to become familiar with DAC mission, organization, administration, procedures, and job functions as prescribed in Appendix 2. This should be completed during the first 6 months of the job. Also during the first 6 months of the job new inspectors will follow an intensive English course on a full or part time basis for the duration of 480 cumulated hours. Technical English Training can be conducted during onthe-job training within DGCA. b. On-The-Job Training. Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field, should be completed during the first 5 years of the job. This OJT should be accomplished according to the Inspectors job functions and properly entered on his/her training record, the OJT training record form is in Appendix 5. c. Formal Training Courses. This training is required to provide the Inspector with the general knowledge and skills required by the job. Also these course provide the training required to perform specific job functions : 1) 2) Office Automation Technology and Service Training. Constructive Communications.

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CASR, AC an SI socialization. Personnel licensing process. Air Carrier Certification Process. Regulatory Auditing Procedures. Flight Operations Inspector Course. Enforcement Course. Initial Aircraft Type Rating Course (Domestic).

10) Safe transport of Dangerous Goods by air. 11) Aircraft Accident Investigation. 12) Human Factors in Flight Operations Course.

13) Ground Instructor Course. 14) Flight Instructor Course. 15) Sufficient recurrent training to maintain competency in the above functional areas and recurrent training/checking necessary to maintain personal pilot proficiency. d. Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Inspectors maintain currency and competency with each functional areas, and current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 2) Human factors in flight operations at least once a year.

LEVEL II To be completed within the first 10 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the Level I schedule of training has been successfully completed. a. On-The-Job Training. Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field, should be completed during the second 5 years of the job. This OJT should be accomplished according to the Inspectors job functions and properly entered on his/her OJT training record form given in Appendix 5.

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Formal Training Courses for Flight Operation Inspectors during Level II. The following courses should be completed by the Flight Operation Inspector, as applicable to his/her job functions, during the second 5 years of the job. This training is necessary to provide the Inspector with the necessary skill required by the job and to perform specific job functions : 1) 2) 3) 4) Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation. Crew Resource Management Training. Dangerous Goods Training. Pilot Training School Evaluation Training Flight school certification process. Check Pilot/Airmen Training. Flight Safety Officer Course. Flight Simulator Evaluation Training. On the Job Training Safety Management System.

5) 6) 7) 8) c.

Recurrent Training This training is required to keep the Inspectors maintain currency and competency with each functional areas, and current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Recurrent training in any component of Level I and II Schedules of Training necessary to maintain competency in the functional areas relevant to a Level II inspector and sufficient recurrent training/checking required to maintain personal pilot proficiency. 2) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 3) Human factors in flight operations at least once a year.

LEVEL III To be completed within the first 15 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the training outlined in schedules I and II have been successfully completed. a. After level II, the Inspectors are considered Senior Inspectors like (POI) and qualified to implement their job functions without any supervision. They are assigned projects for implementation as specified in their job functions and in accordance with DAC standards and procedures and make complete reports regarding the activities accomplished.

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The Inspectors will continue to follow recurrent and the following specialized and managerial trainings and recommended seminars/conferences in the flight operation fields available locally or overseas to enhance their specialization and managerial skills and yet remain current with the development of their area of specialty : 1) 2) 3) Airline Management. Additional Large Aircraft Type Ratings. Other courses, workshops and seminars relating to aviation flight operations specialization and management, supervision and decision making.

c.

The Senior Inspectors have the responsibilities to train and qualify the newly recruited Inspectors and provide them with the necessary on-the-job training. Senior Inspectors conduct seminars and workshops to train Inspectors from the DAC and the airlines covering the different aspects of civil aviation in their areas of specialty. Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Inspectors current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures of their area of specialty: 1) Sufficient recurrent training to maintain competency in all functional areas of a Level III inspector and recurrent training/checking necessary for continued pilot proficiency. 2) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 3) Human factors in flight operations at least once a year.

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NON-FLYING (SPECIALTY) INSPECTOR To be completed within the first 3 years of service. a Any training component listed in schedules I to III which would be applicable to the performance of the specialized duties of the incumbent. Specific training designed to give operational information relating to the specialized area which the sub-director Deputy Director feels would be beneficial to the performance of their duties. Recurrent Training

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This training is required to keep the Inspectors current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures of their area of specialty: 1) Sufficient recurrent training to maintain competency and or current professional licenses required to perform the duties of the area of specialty. 2) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 3) Human factors in flight operatins at least once a year.

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HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR AIRWORTHINESS MAINTENANCE/AVIONICS INSPECTORS

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Functions, Duties and Responsibilities a. Functions The regulatory mandate of DAC Maintenance/Avionics Inspectors covers the following functional areas : 1) 1) Recommendation of issuance of Certificate of Registration (C of R). Recurrent airworthiness certification for recommendation of renewal of Certificate of Airworthiness (C of A). Licensing of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. Approval of company maintenance manuals and programs. Participation in Type Certification Board (TCB) and Maintenance Review Board (MRB). Technical project management tasks for Air Operator certification / Aircraft Maintenance Organization certifications / Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization certification / approvals which include : a) Planning a certification. b) Implementing a certification. c) Completing a certification. a) Planning a certification. b) Establishing a certification basis. c) Conducting a certification. d) Conducting post certification activities. Proposing for aircraft maintenance related CASR and guidance materials development and improvement. Certificate management which include; monitoring, evaluating, correcting, and providing guidance to the AOC/AMO/AMTO certificate holder. Overseeing designees. Aircraft accident investigation.

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10) Using initiative to pursue any matter that needs to be attended to by the DGCA in the interest of air safety and for efficiency of the system. 11) Maintaining a constant dialogue with the officials in the aviation industry on professional matters in order to keep up to date with latest developments. 12) Enforcement.
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Duties and Responsibilities The functions of individual Airworthiness Maintenance/Avionics Inspectors will vary somewhat depending on their level and technical specialty i.e. airframes, powerplant, avionics, etc. As such, to be eligible to assume a specific duty and responsibility an inspector must have successfully completed the required trainings for that duty and responsibility. A Maintenance/Avionics Inspector for example, is required to undergo a type-rating training before approving MEL, maintenance schedules and related activities. Routine surveillance activities can be accomplished on any aircraft in any air operator whether or not the inspector is type rated on that particular type. In cases where the inspector is conducting a surveillance function on an aircraft in which he / she is not type rated, he / she must limit his observations and remarks to those elements that are not specific to that type of aircraft unless the occurrence is self-evident and would not take a type rated person to make an observation of that nature. An example of that would be obvious structural damage and or corrosion. Although Airworthiness Inspectors are not exercising the privilege of their engineer license, when they are performing certification or surveillance activities as required by DGCA, they are required to maintain the same level of knowledge as is required of engineers that are exercising the privilege of their license. There may be an occasion where there is no inspector qualified on a particular type of aircraft and there is a need for one to accomplish a task that normally required a type rating. In such a case, an inspector with a type rating on a similar aircraft could accomplish the required task after being directed by his/her Deputy Director. In general terms, the function of Inspectors include the following : 1) Level I (Junior Inspector). Under the direction and supervision of a level II or Ill Inspector: a) To record, review and process applications for registration of aircraft, to register and de-register aircraft as appropriate and issue Certificates of Registration. b) To keep the national register of civil aircraft and to make available information from the register as and when required. a) To record, review and process renewal applications for Certificates of Airworthiness. b) To survey of aircraft for renewal of Certificates of Airworthiness and the subsequent execution of such documents as appropriate. c) To record, review and process applications from aircraft maintenance personnel for issuance, renewal, validation and extension of licenses and ratings. Airworthiness Maintenance/Avionics

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To organize and conduct examinations for applicants for aircraft maintenance licenses as above, to assess the results, to maintain the examination security, to keep the past and current license records and to issue, renew or validate as appropriate of each license, extension or rating. Writing and the revision of examination papers for aircraft maintenance personnel to keep pace with developments in aircraft technology. To review periodically of the airworthiness condition and records of aircraft on the register to assess the adequacy of their maintenance and to assess the competence and diligence of the persons who perform the maintenance. Familiarizing himself with the content of all Airworthiness Directives, service bulletins and similar documents in respect of the aircraft (including powerplants) and equipment and monitoring the extent of implementation. Inspection of aviation fueling equipment and procedures. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

2) Level II (Inspector). Under the direction and supervision of a level Ill Inspector and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a level I inspector: a) To oversee as directed the activities and functions of a level I inspector in order to give on the job training to that inspector b) To coordinate operation of Service Difficulty Reporting (SDR) System, (SI 43-01): i. To investigate major defects discovered in aircraft and consult appropriate DAC Airworthiness Engineer for determination of corrective action to be taken where airworthiness may be affected. ii. To analyze defects experienced and correct any trends and to reveal areas most in need of airworthiness improvement. iii. To maintain a complete and current SDR System record. c) To survey maintenance facilities, training provisions, organization and quality control procedures and quality system of applicants in an AOC/AMO/AMTO certification project, for issuance or renewal of Air Operator Certificates (AOC) / Aircraft Maintenance Organization (AMO) / Aircraft Maintenance Training Organization (AMTO). Making recommendations as appropriate with regard to the applications. d) To survey AMO/AMTO facilities and procedures of applicants for extension of certificates to conduct activities bearing on the airworthiness of aircraft, and to maintain the records. e) To conduct periodic surveillance of the facilities, procedures and work of holders of AOC/AMO/AMTO, to make appropriate directions and recommendations and to approve amendments to the AOC/AMO/AMTO and their maintenance and quality control manuals as appropriate.

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To evaluate and approve aircraft and component reliability programme and to approve maintenance systems for aircraft, aircraft components and equipment. To assist in the investigation of aircraft accidents as and when required. As a team member of aircraft accident investigation of the DGCA or national aircraft accident investigation agency when so requested and assigned. To recommend issuance of directives concerning the maintenance, overhaul and repair standards to be met by aircraft and aircraft components and equipment, and procedures to be followed by the aviation industry to comply with the national air law and regulations related to airworthiness. To participate in Type Certification Board (TCB) activities, to assist in the assessment of the design for the maintainability and suitability of aircraft components and equipment for use in aircraft, and to resolve problems of significance, and to establish overall accomplishment of the type certification program. To participate in Maintenance Review Board (MRB) activities toward the development and approval of initial maintenance inspection requirements. To prepare and make available to the aviation industry of advisory material concerning continuing airworthiness practices and procedures where such advice does not warrant mandatory action but may still make a significant contribution to flight safety. To develop or review proposal of new or improvement of regulations, standards, procedures, and guidance materials on aircraft maintenance in accordance with Staff Instruction SI PUB01. To monitor the development and evaluate international regulations, standards, procedures and guidance material on aircraft maintenance for possible adaptation. To confer at national and international levels on matters relating to the regulation of continuing airworthiness. To identify and resolve the regulatory problems associated with continuing airworthiness. To establish general and technical policies and procedures on which future airworthiness requirements can be based. To investigate possible violations of the national air law or regulations in regard to airworthiness and to initiate legal or other corrective action where necessary. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

3)

Level III (Senior Inspector). Under the direction of the responsible Deputy Director for Maintenance Control and in addition to the duties and responsibilities assigned to a level I and level II inspector: a) To provide direction and operational supervision as required to level I and Level II inspectors. b) To act as PMI.

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To act as team leader on AMO certification project. To act as team leader maintenance group on AOC certification project. OJT of Levels I and II Inspectors. To participate in international technical agreements as may be required. To perform other functions as may required by his or her supervisor.

2.

Inspector Entrance Qualifications The following presents the minimum education requirements for Maintenance Inspectors: a. Technical diploma II graduate from the Civil Aviation Training Centre in Curug or the equivalent, or diploma II in Aeronautical, Mechanical, Electrical/Electronics, Civil, Industrial, Computer Engineering. Attain a minimum of a 550 TOEC score in English Language Training. Have reached his or her 20th birthday.

b. c.

Note: A candidate who does not meet the English requirement may be recruited provided he or she undergoes sufficient English language training to attain a 550 TOEIC score within six months of service. 3. Schedule of Training Levels The training components listed below provide the training and skills necessary to perform the duties and responsibilities outlined in the job descriptions contained in Section 1 of this Chapter. LEVEL I: To be completed in the first 5 years of service. a. Orientation and English Language Training. All new inspectors shall undergo orientation training program to become familiar with DAC mission, organization, administration, procedures, and job functions as prescribed in Appendix 2. This should be completed during the first 6 months of the job. Also during the first 6 months of the job new inspectors will follow an intensive English course on a full or part time basis for the duration of 480 cumulated hours. Technical English Training can be conducted during onthe-job training within DGCA.

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Basic Aircraft Technical Knowledge Course. This four months full time course which might be conducted at any reputable training centre shall be attended by Inspectors whose formal education did not include basic aircraft technical knowledge. This course will be followed by the Inspector during the first year on the job. The course will provide the participants with good understanding of the principles of flight, aircraft construction, aircraft systems, aircraft propulsion principles and associated systems, and aircraft maintenance. The syllabus of this course is in Appendix 13.

c.

Aircraft Maintenance and Aircraft Type Training. All Inspectors shall follow 12 months of practical training on aircraft maintenance with an Air Operator to acquire hands on experience on airline maintenance procedures. The practical training shall include a DAC approved aircraft type training course, narrow body aircraft. This practical and aircraft type training should be completed during the first 2 years on the job.

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On-The-Job Training. Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field, should be accomplished according to the Inspectors job functions and properly entered on his/her training record, the OJT training record form is in Appendix 6.

e.

Formal Training Courses. This training is required to provide the Inspector with the general knowledge and skills required by the job. Also these courses provide the training required to perform specific job functions : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Office Automation Technology and Service Training. Professionalism for Aviation Safety Inspectors. Constructive Communications. Airworthiness Indoctrinations course, or Continued Airworthiness Course, (syllabus in Appendix 14) Evaluation of Aviation Management Systems. Aircraft Accident Investigation. Human Factors in Aircraft Maintenance Course.
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d. Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Inspectors maintain currency and competency with each functional areas, and current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Sufficient recurrent training to maintain currency of his/her professional licenses required to perform the duties of the area of specialty. 2) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 3) Human factors in aircraft manufacturing at least once a year. LEVEL II: To be completed within the first 10 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the Level I schedule of training has been successfully completed. a. On-The-Job Training. Training in specific job tasks, delivered in the field, should be completed during the second 5 years of the job. This OJT should be accomplished according to the Inspectors job functions and properly entered on his/her OJT training record form given in Appendix 6. b. Formal Training Courses for Airworthiness Maintenance Inspectors During Level II. The following courses should be completed by the Maintenance Inspector, as applicable to his/her job functions, during the second 5 years of the job. This training is necessary to provide the Inspector with the necessary skill required by the job and to perform specific job functions : 1) 2) 3) 4) Complex Aircraft/Propulsion Type Training. Air Carrier Airworthiness Advanced Indoctrination. Inspector Cockpit En-Route Inspection. Airworthiness Inspection, Certification, and Surveillance of Foreign and Domestic Air Operator/Maintenance Organizations. Aircraft Alterations and Repairs. Non Destructive Inspection. Aging Aircraft Corrosion Program. Maintenance Reliability Program.

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9) c.

Safety Management System.

Formal Training Courses for Airworthiness Avionics Inspectors during Level II. The following courses should be completed by the Avionics Inspector, as applicable to his/her job functions, during the second 5 years of the job. This training is necessary to provide the Inspector with the necessary skill required by the job and to perform specific job functions: 1) 2) 3) 4) Complex aircraft systems training. Air Carrier Airworthiness Advanced Indoctrination. Inspector Cockpit En Route Inspection. Airworthiness Inspection, Certification, and Surveillance of Foreign and Domestic Air Operator/Maintenance Organizations. Aircraft Alterations and Repairs. Avionics Alterations. Altimetry and Barometry. Avionics Test and Measurement. Reliability Program.

5) 6) 7) 8) 9)

10) Safety Management System. d. Recurrent Training. This training is required to keep the Inspectors maintain currency and competency with each functional areas, and current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Sufficient recurrent training to maintain currency of his/her professional licenses required to perform the duties of the area of specialty. 2) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 3) Human factors in aircraft manufacturing at least once a year. LEVEL III: To be completed within the first 15 years of service but may be commenced as soon as the training outlined in schedules I and II have been successfully completed.

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After level II, the Inspectors are considered Senior Inspectors like PMI/PAI and qualified to implement their job functions without any supervision. They are assigned projects for implementation as specified in their job functions and in accordance with DAC standards and procedures and make complete reports regarding the activities accomplished. The Inspectors will continue to the following recurrent and specialized and managerial trainings and recommended seminars/conferences in the airworthiness and aircraft maintenance fields available locally or overseas to enhance their specialization and managerial skills remain current with the aviation technological development : 1) 2) 3) 4) Airline Management. Maintenance Management. Additional Large Aircraft Type Ratings. Other courses, workshops and seminars relating to aviation maintenance specialization and management, supervision and decision making.

b.

c.

The Senior Inspectors have the responsibilities to train and qualify the newly recruited Inspectors and provide them with the necessary on-the-job training. Senior Inspectors PMI/PAI conduct Seminars and Workshops to train Inspectors from the DAC and the Airlines covering the different aspects of Civil Aviation in their areas of specialty. Recurrent Training This training is required to keep the Inspectors maintain currency and competency with each functional areas, and current with change in concept, paradigm, technology, regulations and procedures : 1) Sufficient recurrent training to maintain currency of his/her professional licenses required to perform the duties of the area of specialty. 2) Related regulations and guidance materials whenever there is a change, or at least once a year. 3) Human factors in aircraft manufacturing at least once a year.

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APPENDIX 1 AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/INSPECTORS CURRICULUM VITAE DEPARTEMEN PERHUBUNGAN DIREKTORAT JENDERAL PERHUBUNGAN UDARA DIREKTORAT SERTIFIKASI KELAIKAN UDARA MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION DIRECTORATE OF AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION DAFTAR RIWAYAT HIDUP SPESIALIS / INSPEKTUR SPECIALIST / INSPECTOR CURRICULUM VITAE
1. Nama / Name 2. Status Perkawinan / Marital Status 3. Tanggal Lahir / Date of Birth

4. Kemanpuan Berbahasa / Language Ability : Bahasa Ibu / Mother tongue Bahasa Pengantar di Sekolah / Language (s) used in Primary and Secondary School Kemampuan Berbahasa Asing / Other Language (s) of which inspector has a working knowledge

5. Catatan Pendidikan Formal / School (Education ) Record : Periode / Period Nama dan Tempat Sekolah / Name/Town/Country of School (s) dari / from sampai / to Ijazah (Ya/Tidak) / Grade Completed and Certificate Acquired (Yes/No)

6. Pendidikan di Perguruan Tinggi / College (University) Record : Nama dan Tempat Perguruan Tinggi /Name and Place of College (University) Bidang Studi / Subjects (s) Studied Periode / Period dari/from sampai/to Ijazah (Ya/Tdk) / Grade Completed and Certificate Acquired (Yes/No)

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7. Diklat Teknik dan/atau Spesialis / Technical and/or Specialist Training Record : Nama dan Tempat Diklat / Name and Bidang Studi / Subject (s) Studied Place of Training Institute

Tahun / Year

Lama / Duration

Sertifikat (Ya/Tdk) / Certificate Acquired (Yes/No)

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Sertifikat (Ya/Tdk) / Certificate Acquired (Y/N)

9. Riwayat Pekerjaan / Employment Record : Tempat Bekerja / Employer (Name of Firm / Organization) Jabatan / Position Periode / dari / from Period sampai/ to Tugas dan Tanggungjawab / Duties and Responsibilities

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APPENDIX 2 DAC AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/INSPECTORS ORIENTATION AND ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD FORM This training is to start immediately upon new inspector reporting for duty. DATE OF ASSIGNMENT TO DGCA: ASSIGNMENT: INSTRUCTIONAL FUNCTIONAL Training schedule DGCA-DAC organization Employees supervisor Time and attendance Telephones, official use Credentials Familiarization with Act. No. 15, and Regulations, CASRs, etc. Familiarization with the pertinent DGCA directives/guidance materials (e.g. Staff Instructions, Advisory Circulars, Policy Letters, and Notices) Job assignment and work standards Engineers/Inspectors functions Engineers/Inspectors work References/Handbook Library procedures and manuals updating Sub Div. of Administration functions and administration procedures SDSTD functions SDE functions SDAP functions SDFO functions SDMC functions Tour of local airport(s) and assigned air operator/manufacturer/AMO Air transportation security Emergency readiness DATE COMPLETED SUPERVISORS SIGNATURE

NAME : TITLE : N O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21

The list is not intended to limit the items of training to be accomplished. Upon approval of the respective Deputy Director, items may be deleted or added as appropriate to the engineers/inspectors current assignment. Training schedule is prepared by Sub Division of Administration with consultation with pertinent Deputy Director to which the new personnel will be assigned. Items previously accomplished by engineer/inspectors while performing other job functions or training course need not be re-accomplished.

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APPENDIX 3 AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD FORM NAME: LEVEL: DATE REPORTED: The primary job functions normally accomplished by Airworthiness Engineers are listed below: DATE NO JOB FUNCTION SIGNATURE COMPLETED 1 Establishment a certification basis 2 Review certification plan Review a proposed design, basic loads 3 report, material and process specification and technical data 4 Review safety assessment 5 Review master drawing list Approve test plan and witness critical tests 6 on type certification/modification project 7 Preparation airworthiness directives Evaluation of compliance with applicable 8 airworthiness standards of minor modification/repair Evaluation of compliance with applicable 9 airworthiness standards of major modification/repair Evaluation of compliance with applicable 10 airworthiness standards of type certificate/type approval amendment. Evaluation of compliance with applicable 11 airworthiness standards on type certification project Analyze the aerodynamic performance, 12 handling and flying qualities, and systems functioning during type certification process 13 Test witnessing on type certification project Involvement in Maintenance Review Board 14 (MRB) Request conformity inspection to responsible 15 sub directorate of aeronautical product 16 Conduct engineering compliance inspection Oversee the activities and functions of a 17 Level I engineers Oversee the activities and functions of a 18 Level II engineers Oversee the activities and functions of a 19 Level III engineers Development of a system for performance 20 review of each Level I engineers Development of a system for performance 21 review of each Level II engineers Development of a system for performance 22 review of each Level III engineers
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JOB FUNCTION Proposal of new or revision of CASR Proposal of new or revision of SI Proposal of new or revision of AC Proposal of new or revision of Policy Letter Monitor the development and evaluate international regulations, standards, procedures and guidance materials for possible adaptation Participation in international technical agreement Monitor of continued aircraft structural integrity Review - the technical content of Service Bulletins (SB) Investigation of design related major defects and malfunctions discovered in aircraft Review state of manufacturer ad and issue national Airworthiness Directives Identification and resolve regulatory problems associated with airworthiness engineering Advice on technical matters relating to flight operations and airworthiness Participation on type certification project Manage type certification project Participation in Type Certification Board (TCB) Managing of the activities of the TCB Validation of foreign aircraft, engine or propeller type certificates Certificate management Evaluate qualification of DER / designees candidate Issuance of Certificate of Authority and Certificate of Designation Preparation and/or conduct indoctrination training to DER / designees Ensure that the DER / designees has access to all of work references Supervision of DER / designees to ensure designee performance of the assigned duties Review each DER / designees work records ACSEP team member Investigation and processing violations Carry out covert or overt investigation of any observed infractions to the safety regulations and prepare a preliminary report Process enforcement Investigation of accidents and incidents

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APPENDIX 4 AIRWORTHINESS MANUFACTURING INSPECTORS ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD NAME: LEVEL: DATE REPORTED:

The primary job functions normally accomplished by Manufacturing Inspector are listed below: NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 JOB FUNCTION Issuance of Authorized Release Certificate Inspection of incoming material at the Prime Manufacturer Issuance of Export Certificates of Airworthiness Issuance of Certificate of Registration Issuance of Initial C of A for new aircraft Issuance of Initial C of A for used aircraft Conversion of C of A Issuance / amendment of Provisional C of A Issuance / amendment of Experimental C of A Issuance of Special Flight Permit Participation on type certification project Issuance / amendment of Experimental C of A on Prototype Aircraft Inspection of parts at vendor/supplier facilities Weight and Balance Control Systems Test witnessing on type certification project Conformity inspection on behalf of FCAA Investigation and processing violations Investigation of accidents and incidents Test Witnessing on type certification project Surveillance of Production Approval Holder Evaluation the qualification of personnel that perform and certify NDI in PAH Evaluation the manufacturing process and special process conformity Oversee the activities and functions of a Level I inspectors Oversee the activities and functions of a Level II inspectors Oversee the activities and functions of a Level III inspectors Development of a system for performance review of each Level I inspectors Development of a system for performance review of each Level II inspectors Development of a system for performance review of each Level III inspectors
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JOB FUNCTION Development or review proposal of new or improvement of regulations, standard, procedures, and guidance materials Proposal of new or revision of CASR Proposal of new or revision of SI Proposal of new or revision of AC Proposal of new or revision of Policy Letter Monitor the development and evaluate international regulations, standards, procedures and guidance materials for possible adaptation Participation in international technical agreement Review/evaluate the manufacturing quality manual for initial issuance of production approval Evaluation of the adequacy of the manufacturing facilities for initial issuance of production approval Evaluation of the adequacy and qualification of the manufacturing personnel for initial issuance of production approval Review/evaluate quality system of the Vendor/Sub Contractor and Suppliers of Prime Manufacturer Certificate management Evaluation of qualification of DMIR / designees candidate Issuance of Certificate of Authority and Certificate of Designation Preparation and/or conduct indoctrination training to DMIR / designees Ensure that the DMIR / designees has access to all of work references Supervision of DMIR / designees to ensure designee performance of the assigned duties Review each DMIR / designees work record Accompany each DMIR during the inspections of a completed product Determination the necessary inspections and tests for conformance to the type design ACSEP team member ACSEP team leader Identification and resolve regulatory problems associated with aeronautical product manufacturing Investigation and processing violations Carry out covert or overt investigation of any observed infractions to the safety regulations

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JOB FUNCTION and prepare a preliminary report Process enforcement Investigation of accidents and incidents

DATE SIGNATURE COMPLETED

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APPENDIX 5 FLIGHT OPERATION INSPECTORS ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD FORM NAME: LEVEL: DATE REPORTED:

The primary job functions normally accomplished by Flight Operation Inspectors are listed below: NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 JOB FUNCTION Licensing of pilots Licensing of flight engineers Licensing of flight attendant Licensing of flight dispatch / flight operation officers Certification of simulators Certification of flight schools Certification of training centers Certification of air operators Review new or revision for approval of Compliance Statement Review new or revision Operations Specifications (Opspecs) Review new or revision Safety Management System Manual (SMS) Review new or revision Company Operations Manual (COM) Review new or revision Company Training Manual (CTM) Review new or revision Aircraft Operating Manuals (AOM) Review new or revision Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) Review new or revision Flight Manual (FM) Review new or revision Flight Dispatch Manual (FDM) Review new or revision Aviation Security Manual (ASM) Review new or revision Hazardous Materials Manual (HMM) Review new or revision Station Manual (SM) Review new or revision Flight Attendant Manual (FAM) Review new or revision Minimum Equipment List (MEL) Review new or revision Airport Data and EnRoute Manual (ADEM) Review new or revision Runway Analysis (RA) Review new or revision Emergency
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JOB FUNCTION Evacuation Plan (EEP) Review new or revision Emergency Response Plan (ERP) Review Operations Checklists Review new or revision Pax Briefing Cards Principle Operations Inspector (POI) Principle Training Inspector (PTI) Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot initial Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot upgrades / captaincy Assessment of proposed training programs for PPL Assessment of proposed training programs for CPL Assessment of proposed training programs for ATPL Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot type ratings Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot differences Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot proficiency and LOFT Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot re-qualification Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot wind shear Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot upset recovery Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot failure training for auto flight system Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for pilot Crew Resource Management, etc. Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for flight engineers initial Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for flight engineers type ratings Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for flight engineers differences Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for flight attendant initial Assessment of an air operators proposed training programs for flight attendant type

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APPENDIX 7 SYLLABUS OF BASIC AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE COURSE FOR AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/ MANUFACTURING INSPECTORS Objectives : After completion of this course, the students will be able to understand the aircraft, Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR), Airlines Maintenance Organization and Aircraft Manufacturing Organization basic knowledge. Duration : 662 hours. Contents : 1. Aircraft Hardware - 40 Hours. Screw threads. Bolts, studs, and screws. Nuts. Locking devices. Miscellaneous standard parts. Rivets. Aircraft materials and properties, corrosion & control damage tolerance - 40 Hours. Introduction. Ferrous alloys. Non ferrous alloys. Other non ferrous alloys. Aluminum, steel, titanium, high temperature alloys, properties and heat treatment, composite material. Tensile testing of materials. Hardness testing methods. Corrosion of aircraft material and control. Damage tolerance evaluation for aircraft structures. Structural inspection. Structural repair manual. Aircraft Construction - 40 Hours. Nomenclature. Structural principle. Fuselage construction. Wing construction. Empennage construction. Flight control surfaces. Nacelle. Landing Gears. Aircraft Systems - 32 Hours. Hydraulic Power. Pneumatic Power. Air-conditioning & Cabin Pressurization. Oxygen. Ice & Rain Protection. Fire Protection. Aircraft Instruments - 32 Hours. Flight Instruments. Engine Instruments. Position Indicators Airborne Communication System - 32 Hours. Introduction to communication systems. Audio integrating system. Passenger address system. Inter-phone System. HF communication system. VHF communication system. Selective calling system. Voice recorder system. Static discharger. Basic PES / P55. Airborne Navigation Systems - 40 Hours. Introduction to navigation systems. Automatic Direction Finder System. Instrument Landing System. Air Traffic Control System. Distance Measuring System. Weather Radar System. Radio Altimeter. Inertial Navigation System. Area Navigation System. Omega Navigation System. Ground Proximity Warning System. Flight Data Recorder System. Autopilot And Flight Director - 24 Hours. Introduction to auto-pilot and flight director. Aircraft features. Auto-pilot and Flight Director, General. Auto-pilot components, sensors, computers, controls and indicators. Flight Director Operation. Auto-pilot Operation (Engagement, Yaw, Roll, and Pitch channels). Aircraft Electrical - 40 Hours.

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APPENDIX 8 SYLLABUS OF SUB DIRECTORATE OF ENGINEERING AND AERONAUTICAL PRODUCT INDOCTRINATION COURSE Objectives : After completion of this course, the personnel newly assigned as Airworthiness Engineers and Manufacturing Inspector will have general knowledge they all need to do their jobs effectively: the DAC vision, mission, the DAC relationship with other organization internally as well as externally and with the manufacturers, the basic regulatory framework the engineers and the inspector work under, and the DAC chief programs, products and operating methods. Duration : 8 days (64 hours). Contents: 1. 2. Introduction - 1.5 Hours. Introduction to course, schedule, facilities. The Directorate of Airworthiness Certification: Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow 2.5 Hours. Vision of DAC. Mission Statement. Who we are. Why we exist. What we do. ICAO History and Development, ICAO Convention and Annexes. Air Legislation and Civil Aviation Agencies, DGCA Organization and Functions. DGCA - Civil Aviation Safety Regulations, Staff Instructions, and Advisory Circulars. FAA FARs, Orders, and Advisory Circular. JAA and JARs. DGCA and DAC -4 Hours. The DGCA, DAC, SDE, SDAP, SDFO and SDMC History, Organization, Functions, Staffing, Duties and Responsibilities. Teamwork - 4 Hours. Introduction. Definition of a team. Interrelationship of engineers/inspectors roles. Team Roles and Responsibilities - 4 Hours. Introduction. Engineers. Flight Test Pilots/Engineers. Manufacturing Inspectors. SDFO. SDMC. Support Staff. Role of outside groups : Applicant, Designees, FCAA, Industry Associations. Rules and Guidance - 5.5 Hours. Introduction. CASR. SI. AC. AD. Rulemaking process. Certification Programs: An Overview - 2.5 Hours Introduction. Certification programs and their products. What manufacturers need from DAC. Relationship to Applicants. Project relationships. Scope of certification projects. Type Certification - 5.5 Hours. Introduction-What is a Type Certificate. Authority for Type Certification. Type Certificate. Type Certificate Data Sheets. TC Project Team. Specialist roles in TC project : Engineers, Flight Test Pilots/Engineers, Manufacturing Inspectors. SDFO. SDMC. Typical specialist tasks. How TC project is managed. Importance of teamwork on TC projects. TC process and milestones. Airworthiness and environmental regulations. Rules and guidance for Type Certifications.
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APPENDIX 9 SYLLABUS OF CONFORMITY INSPECTION COURSE Objectives : After completion of this course, the Manufacturing Inspectors will be able to demonstrate general understanding of the 3-phase of the Conformity Inspection Process; explain the roles and responsibilities of the DAC, the designees, and Applicant; demonstrate knowledge of regulatory requirements that control the conformity process; know what DAC publications to reference for additional guidelines, information and authority about conformity. Duration : 10 days (80 hours) Contents: 1. General Conformity Inspection Process. Designee Roles and Reporting Structure. Regulations Governing the Conformity Process. Overview of the Conformity Process. Conformity Process. Phase One-Planning. Phase Two-Conducting. Phase Three Concluding/Document Overview. Forms. Conformity Inspection Record DAC Form 21-06. Request For Conformity DAC Form 21-23. Authorized Release Certificate DAC Form 21-18. SI 21-09. Statement of Conformity DAC Form 21-07. SI 21-01 : DAC Form 21-07 Completed As a Conformity Document. DAC Form 21-07 Completed As an Export Document. Type Inspection Report DAC Form 21-11. General & Special Requirements. General Conformity Inspection Requirements. Special Requirements-Software. Special Requirements-Hardware. Special Requirements-Composites. Class Project. Course Evaluations.

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APPENDIX 10 SYLLABUS OF QUALITY CONTROL COURSE. Objectives : After completion of this course, the Manufacturing Inspectors will be able to demonstrate their in depth understanding of quality inspection, quality control, quality system in the aviation industry and will have broad knowledge of quality system application and in the industry in general. Duration : 10 days ( 80 hours). Contents : 1. Introduction Definition. History and Growth of Quality Control. Prevalent Quality Philosophies. illustrative Application. 2. Method Used to Control Quality Quality Cost Concept. Pareto Analysis. Fishbone Analysis. Statistical Quality Control. Design of Experiments. Evolutionary Operations. Quality Circles. Self Quality Control. Quality Audits. Just-In-Time Delivery. Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Quality Function Deployment. 3. Fundamental of Statistics and Probability in Quality Control. Definition of Statistics. Collection of Data. Sampling. Presentation of Quality Control Data. Improper and Incomplete Presentations. Frequency presentation and Analysis. Graphic Expression of Frequency Distribution. Measure of Central Tendency. Measures of Dispersion. Other Statistical Measures. 4. Application of Probability Distribution to Quality Control Translating Areas Into Probability. The Binomial Distribution. The Poisson Distribution. The Thorndike Chart. 5. Non-Destructive Testing Inspection Procedures, Codes, and Standards. Magnetic Particle Testing. Dye Penetrant Testing. Eddy Current Testing. Ultrasonic Inspection. Radiation Safety Radiographic Testing. 6. Quality Control in Process Principles of Control. Process Quality Control of Attributes. Performance Control. Quality Capability Analysis. Control of Variable Quality Characteristics. 7. Acceptance Control Introduction to Quality Assurance and Acceptance Control. Lot-by-Lot Sampling by Attributes. Administration of MIL Std. 105, Sampling Procedures and Tables for Inspection by Attributes. Additional Pans for Lot-by-Lot Acceptance Sampling by Attributes. Continuous Acceptance Sampling by Attributes. Lot-byLot Sampling by Variables. 8. Quality Engineering Design for Quality Assurance. Control of Tools, Gages, and Test Equipment. Quality Assurance Methods and Standards. Special Quality Experiments. Reliability. 9. Quality Management Organization for Quality. The Economic of Quality. Quality Control Education. 10. ISO 9000 Series
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APPENDIX 11 CASR PART 21 CERTIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR PRODUCT AND PARTS COURSE Objectives : After completion of this course, Airworthiness Engineers and Manufacturing Inspectors will be able to demonstrate their in depth understanding of Type Certificate and Type Certification, Process; Production Certificates and Production Certification Process, Airworthiness Certificates and Airworthiness Certification Process; explain the roles and responsibilities of DAC, the designees, and Applicant; demonstrate knowledge of regulatory requirements that control the Type Certification, Production Certification, and Airworthiness Certification Process; know what DAC publications to reference for additional guidelines, information and authority about Type Certification, Production Certification, and Airworthiness Certification Process. Duration : 10 days (80 hours) Contents : 1. Subpart A-General Applicability. Reporting of Failures. Malfunctions, and Defects. Airplane or Rotorcraft Flight Manual. Subpart B-Type Certificates Applicability. Eligibility. Application for Type Certificate. Special Conditions. Designation of Applicable Regulations. Changes Requiring a New Type Certificate. Issue of Type Certificate : Normal, Utility, Acrobatic, Commuter, and Transport Category Aircraft; Special Classes of Aircraft; Aircraft Engines; Propellers. Issue of Type Certificate: Restricted Category Aircraft. Issue of Type Certificate : Surplus Aircraft of the Armed Forces. Issue of Type Certificate Import Products. Type Design. Inspection and Tests. Flight Tests. Flight Test Pilot. Flight Test Instruments Calibration and Correction Report. Type Certificate. Location of Manufacturing Facilities. Privileges. Transferability. Availability. Instructions for Continued Airworthiness and Manufacturers Maintenance Manuals Having Airworthiness limitation Sections. Duration. Statement of Conformity. Subpart C-Provisional Type Certificates Applicability. Eligibility. Application. Duration. Transferability. Requirement for Issue and amendment of Class I Provisional Type Certificates. Requirement for Issue and Amendment of Class II Provisional Type Certificates. Provisional Amendments to Type Certificates. Subpart D - Changes to Type Certificates Applicability. Classification of changes in Type Design. Approval of Minor Changes in Type Design. Approval of Major Changes in Type Design. Required Design Changes. Designation of Applicable Regulations. Subpart E - Supplemental to Type Certificates Applicability. Requirement of STC. Applicable Requirements. Issue of STC. Privileges. Subpart F-Production Under Type Certificate Only

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APPENDIX 12 SYLLABUS OF AIRCRAFT CERTIFICATION SYSTEM EVALUATION PROGRAM (ACSEP) COURSE Objectives : After completion of this course, the Airworthiness Engineers and Manufacturing Inspectors will be able to plan, conduct and record an evaluation under the Aircraft Certification Systems Evaluation Program (ACSEP) Duration: 8 days (64 hours) Contents: 1. Introduction to ACSEP Definition of ACSEP. Key Features of ACSEP. Scope of ACSEP. ACSEP Facilities. Evaluation Frequency. ACSEP Life Cycle. Key Four Concepts Relative to ACSEP. ACSEP Roles and Policy Staff Instruction 21-07. Key Points in Staff Instruction 21 - 07. ACSEP Roles and Responsibilities. Picking of Training candidates, Team Members & Team Leaders. Role of Principle Inspector I Project Engineer. Your Role as a Professional. Team Approach-Evaluator. Role of ACSEP Team Leader and Members : Planning Phase, Conducting Phase, Concluding Phase. Roles of the Production Approval Holders, Associate Facilities, Priority Parts Suppliers, and Satellite MMFS Introduction to ACSEP Systems and Subsystems Production Approval Holders Quality System. The Six Major Systems Management, Engineering, Manufacturing, Quality, Service / Production Support, and Communication with DGCA. DGCA SI 21-07 ACSEP, Appendix 6 Numbering System for Evaluation Criteria (EC), The statement of condition (SC). The 17 Subsystem : Organization and Responsibility, Design Data Control, Software Quality Assurance, Manufacturing Process, Special Manufacturing Process, Statistical Quality Control, Tool and Gauge, Testing, Nondestructive Inspection, Supplier Control, Nonconforming Material, Material Handling I Storage, Airworthiness Determination, DGCA Regulation Reporting Requirements, Internal Audit, Global Production, Manufacturers Maintenance Facility. Subsystem Interrelationships. Major and Subsystem Relationship. Relationships which Exist between the six Major Systems and a Facilitys Organization Structure. Evaluation Preparation The Contents of an Evaluation Plan. Supporting Data. Examples of Supporting Data. Team Members Responsibilities. Special Items I Areas of Concern. Selection of Procedures and Requirements. Conclusion-Team Member. Team Member Evaluation Checklist. Evaluation Techniques Overview of the Phase of the General Evaluation Process : Phase 1-the Planning Phase, Phase 2-The Conducting Phase, Phase 3-The Concluding Phase. Basic Evaluation Techniques : Sampling, Witness Product Testing, Reinspecting Products, Tracing Products, Reviewing Records, Collecting Data, Interviewing and / or Interfacing with Facility Employees Interviewing. Six Steps
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to a Successful Interview : Put Them at Ease, Explain Your Purpose, Find Out What They Are Doing, Analyze What They Are Doing, Make a Tentative Conclusion, Explain Your Next Step. Hints for Effecting Interviewing. Interview Requiring Special Handling: Problem Interviewees, Language and Accent Problems, Whistle Blowers. 6. Subsystem Key Elements I Evaluation Techniques Selecting Corresponding Evaluation Criteria (EC): Limit Your Choice to One Criteria. Steps to Identify New Criteria and / or Statements of Condition. Getting Started at the Facility 7. Findings and Observations Findings. Observations. Isolated Incident of Noncompliance. Observations. Process for Identifying Findings and Observations. DAC Form 21 - 34 Record. DAC Form 21 - 32 Rating. Evidence. Conclusion. 8. Team Leader Evaluation Preparation Creating the Evaluation Plan. Guidance on Making Team Member Assignment. Supporting Data 9. ACSEP Reporting DAC Form 21-32 Rating. ACSEP Rating Sheet Rating Flowchart. ACSEP Evaluation Executive Summary. ACSEP Evaluation Report. Distribution of ACSEP Evaluation Report. Evaluator / Team Leader Candidate Assessment Statement. Evaluator Candidate : Positive Statement. Evaluator Candidate Negative Statement. Team Leader Candidate: Positive Statement. Team Leader Candidate: Negative Statement. The ACSEP Report Example. 10. ACSEP Meeting and Briefings ACSEP Meeting and Briefings. Steps in Preparing for a Meeting or Briefing Define Your Purpose, Define Your Objective, Identify Your Objective, Choose a Medium for Your Message, Generate the Content, Review, Refine and Practice, Take Care of Logistics. Conducting Meetings and Briefings : Getting Started, Keeping It Moving, Finishing Up. ACSEP Meetings : Purpose. Pre-Evaluation Team/Pl/PE Meeting. Points to Stress to Team Members. Pre-Evaluation Conference. Daily Team Meetings. Daily Team Leader and Facility Representative Meeting. Pre-Evaluation Conference Model Briefing-Vu-graphs Agendas : Introduction, Overview of ACSEP, Scope of ACSEP, ACSEP Objectives, Evaluation. Six Major Systems. Seventeen Subsystems. Definition of Observation, Finding, ACSEP Evaluation Feedback Summary, Administrative Review. Post Evaluation Conference Model Briefing-Vu-graphs-Agenda Introduction, ACSEP Executive Summary, Definition of an Observation, Definition of a Finding, ACSEP Evaluation Executive Summary. ACSEP Evaluation Report. Corrective Action and Follow-up. Principal Inspection (P1) Responsibilities. ACSEP National Database. Final Comments 11. Leading Evaluation Team Leadership. The Decision Marker : Keys to Leading Decision Markers, Action to Avoid With Decision Markers. the Helper : Keys to Leading Helper, Action to Avoid With Helpers. the Calculator : Keys to Leading Calculators, Action to Avoid With Calculators. the Adapter: Keys to Leading Adapter, Action to Avoid With Adapter. Basic Evaluator Types. Attributes of a Leader: Promoting Team Interaction, Assertiveness. Coaching : Example, Advisor. Oral Communication Points to Consider for Effective Oral Communication. Listening and Attentiveness : Active Listening Techniques, Keys to Effective Listening, Common Barriers to Effective Listening, Specific Problems to Listening for During the Evaluation. Interpersonal Communication. Team Member to Team Member Problems. Solution. Team Member to Facility Personnel : Problem,
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APPENDIX 13 SYLLABUS OF BASIC AIRCRAFT TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE COURSE FOR AIRWORTHINESS MAINTENANCE/AVIONICS INSPECTORS Objectives : After completion of this course, the students will be able to understand the aircraft basic knowledge, Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) and Airlines Maintenance Organization. Duration : 566 hours Contents : 1. Aircraft Hardware - 40 Hours Screw threads. Bolts, studs, and screws. Nuts. Locking Devices. Miscellaneous Standard Parts. A/C Rivets. Aircraft Material - 40 Hours Introduction. Ferrous alloys. Non Ferrous alloys. Other non ferrous alloys. Aircraft Construction - 40 Hours Nomenclature. Structural principle. Fuselage construction. Wing construction. Empennage construction. Flight control surfaces. Nacelle. Landing Gears. Aircraft Systems - 32 Hours Hydraulic Power. Pneumatic Power. Air Conditioning & Cabin Pressurization. Oxygen. Ice & Rain Protection. Fire Protection. Aircraft Instruments - 32 Hours Flight Instruments. Engine Instruments. Position Indicators. Airborne Communication System - 32 Hours Introduction to communication systems. Audio integrating system. Passenger address system. Interphone System. HF communication system. VHF communication system. Selective calling system. Voice recorder system. Static discharger. Basic PES I PSS. Airborne Navigation Systems - 40 Hours Introduction to navigation systems. Automatic Direction Finder System. Instrument Landing System. Air Traffic Control System. Distance Measuring System. Weather Radar System. Radio Altimeter. Inertial Navigation System. Area Navigation System. Omega Navigation System. Ground Proximity Warning System. Flight Data Recorder System. Autopilot And Flight Director - 24 Hours Introduction to autopilot and flight director. Aircraft features. Autopilot and Flight Director, General. Autopilot components, sensors, computers, controls and indicators. Flight Director Operation. Autopilot Operation (Engagement, Yaw, Roll, and Pitch channels). Aircraft Electrical - 40 Hours Basic Electricity. Magnetism. Alternating and Direct Currents. Aircraft Power Generation (alternator, generator, battery). Constant Speed Drives (CSD). Aircraft Installation (Wire and cable, grounding, bonding). Aircraft Distribution (Busbars, split and parallel system, priority system). Aircraft Control & Protection (Switch, Relay, Solenoid, Fuse, Circuit, Breaker, Generator Control Unit).
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10. Aerodynamics -32 Hours The atmosphere. Airfoil. Drag. Lift. Flight Control. Ice & Rain Protection. Fir Protection System. 11. CASRs & Airlines Maintenance Organization - 32 Hours Introduction. Registration and marking of aircraft. Maintenance and alteration of aircraft, Aircraft Components and appliances. Aircraft maintenance engineer licenses. Continued Airworthiness. Air Operators. Maintenance Philosophy and Concept. Maintenance Program. Maintenance Documentation. Maintenance Technical Data. Maintenance Organization. 12. Gas Turbine Engine -40 Hours Basic principle of jet engine. Gas Turbine Construction. Engine Systems. 13. Technical English - 80 Hours Unit & Dimensions. Forms & Shapes. Technical terminology. Text books and manuals. Report writing. 14. Aircraft Technical Manuals - 24 Hours 15. Human Factor In Aircraft Maintenance 24 Hours 16. Maintenance Reliability Program 24 Hours TOTAL -566 HOURS

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APPENDIX 14 SYLLABUS OF CONTINUED AIRWORTHINESS COURSE FOR AIRWORTHINESS ENGINEERS/MANUFACTURING INSPECTORS Objectives : After completion of this course, the Maintenance and Avionics Inspectors will be able to demonstrate in depth knowledge of the aircraft, aircraft maintenance system, certification and surveillance system of Aircraft Maintenance Organization and Airlines Maintenance Organization, Airworthiness Certificates and recurrent Airworthiness Certification Process, Certificate of Registration; explain the roles and responsibilities of DAC and Applicant in the certification process; demonstrate knowledge of regulatory requirements that control the Aircraft Maintenance Organization and Airlines Maintenance Organization, and recurrent Airworthiness Certification Process; know what DAC publications to reference for additional guidelines, information and authority about said Certification Process. Duration : 8 weeks (320 hours) Contents: 1. Civil Aviation Authorities and Regulations (16 Hours) Introduction to course, schedule, facilities. ICAQ History and Development, ICAO Convention and Annexes. Air Legislation and Civil Aviation Agencies, DGCA Organization and Functions. DGCA - Civil Aviation Safety Regulations, Staff Instructions, and Advisory Circulars. CARSs : 1, 21, 25, 39, 45, 183. FAA Regulations, Orders, and Advisory Circular, JAA & JARs and AMC. Civil Aviation Airworthiness Organization & Functions (16 Hours) Engineering and Manufacturing Division, Organization, Functions, Staffing, Duties and Responsibilities. Aircraft Inspection Division, Organization, Functions, Staffing, Duties and Responsibilities. Personnel Licensing, General Rules and Requirements, Privileges and Limitations. CASRs 65 and 147. Annex 1. Establishing Basic Original Airworthiness (24 Hours) Procedures for Type Certification, Type Design, Type Certificate, Type Certificate Data Sheets, and Supplemental Type Certificates, Engineering Approvals and Designated Engineering Representatives. B747 TCDS. Procedures for Production I Manufacturing Approvals. Quality Control System, PMA, TSO, Designated Manufacturing Inspection Representatives (DMIR). Aircraft Certification Systems Evaluation Program Procedures (ACSEP). Procedures for Original Airworthiness Certification. Export Certificate of Airworthiness. DGCA and FAA Approval Tags. JAA Form 1. Examples. Establishing Continuing Airworthiness (24 Hours) Aircraft Registration, Certificate of Airworthiness and Approvals. Approval for Inspection, Overhaul and Maintenance Organizations. Service Difficulty Report, Defect Reports and Procedures, Airworthiness Directives and Procedures. Approval of Modifications. Mandatory Inspection. Service Bulletins. Major Repairs and Major Alterations. Form 43-337. Airlines Maintenance Organization and Functions (104 Hours) Approval of Airlines and Maintenance Organizations. CASR 43, 121, 135, and 145 Requirements. Air Operator Certificate and Operation Specifications.
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Maintenance Organization Management and Assessment, Personnel Training Program, Maintenance Facilities. Airlines Maintenance and Engineering Organization and Procedures for : Maintenance, Engineering, Quality Assurance, Production Planning and Control, Workshops, Materials and Training Items. Periodic and Progressive Inspection of Aircraft. Continuous Maintenance Program and Required Inspection Items. Aircraft Technical Manuals and ATA Specifications 100. Maintenance, Overhaul, Repair, and Parts Catalogue, Service Bulletins. Maintenance Steering Group Documents. MSG-2 and MSG-3. Maintenance Review Board. MRB and MPD Documents for Airbus, Boeing and Douglas Aircraft. Aircraft Maintenance Program Development and Approval. Minimum Equipment List, Configuration Deviation List, Airworthiness Limitation Items, Certification Maintenance Requirements. Example on Airbus, Boeing and Douglas Aircraft. Airlines Reliability Program, Reliability Definition and Measures, Statistical and Reliability Concepts. Reliability Analysis Techniques and Systems. Reliability Reports. Control of Airline Maintenance Program by Reliability Methods in Accordance with CASRs, SI and AC. 6. Aircraft Weight And Balance Control Systems (16 Hours) Weight and Balance Theory, Definitions, Aircraft Weighing Procedures; Empty Weight and c.g. Calculations. Operating Weight Control, Reweighing Requirements, Weight Change Documents, Authorization Personnel. Loading Control Methods and Techniques. Load and Trim sheets. 7. Aircraft Materials And Properties, Corrosion & Control Damage Tolerance (40 Hours) Aircraft Material, Aluminum, Steel, Titanium, High Temperature Alloys, Properties and Heat Treatment, Composite Material. Tensile Testing of Materials; Hardness Testing Methods. Corrosion of Aircraft Material and Control. Damage Tolerance Evaluation for Aircraft Structures. Structural Inspection. Structural Repair Manual. 8. Aging Aircraft Programs (24 Hours) ATA / Manufacturers I Authority Task Force and Working Groups for Aging Aircraft. Modifications of Aging Aircraft Program. Supplemental Structural Inspection Document. Corrosion Prevention and Control Program. Inspection of Fatigue Critical Structure, Repair Assessment, and Service Difficulty Reports. Structural Maintenance Program for Aging Aircraft. 9. Non-Destructive Inspection In Aircraft (60 Hours) Qualifications and Certifications of NDI Inspectors, Level 1, 2, and 3, ASNT and Civil Aviation Authority Requirements. MIL & ISO Standards. NDI Technique and Practices, Radiographic, Magnetic Particle, Penetrants, Ultrasonic, and Eddy Current Methods. Specific NDI Applications in Aircraft Inspection. New NDI Developments. Workshop Practice and Practical Assignments of Magnetic Particle, Penetrant, Ultrasonic, and Eddy Current Inspections. 10. Course Evaluations -2 Hours

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APPENDIX 15 CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION DIRECTORATE GENERAL OF CIVIL AVIATION

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT No. : DSKU/ /2 _ _ _ This is to certify that : __________________________ Has successfully meets the following Engineer / Inspector leveling requirements in accordance with DGCA Staff Instruction HRD-01 :

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Therefore he / she may be assigned duties and responsibilities in accordance with level of specialities as shown in his / her training records

Jakarta, On behalf of the Director General of Civil Aviation

The Director of Airworthiness Certification

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