The first dimension of the website covers maintenance. and job searches in the domain of aviation engineering and training The site’s users can upload their CV online, and consult job postings and training courses. The training courses are split into three sections: 1) Basic: the basic training needed to become an aircraft mechanic and engineer, 2) Engineers: specific aircraft training for each kind of aircraft, and 3 ) Ongoing training : obligatory continuous training needed every two years. This is relevant to all staff working in aircraft maintenance.
Employers have an account which is divided into two sections : employers and training centres (Basic, Type and Continuous Training). Employers may post work offers look up technical CVs. They may also conduct a search by training offer for their staff. In the training centres part (copied by the Aviation Job Search and Aérocontact websites), is information about training courses, as well as job offers for theoretical instructors and practical trainers.
The second dimension of the site concerns information and training relative to aircraft mechanics, aircraft technicians and aircraft engineers. The site includes an international database listing aircraft type and basic training centres. These centres (both Type and Basic ) should be PART 147 certified by the EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency).
In this second part, aircraft engineers and mechanics holding a European Aircraft Maintenance Licence (Part 66 Licence ) can also refer to documents useful or pertinent to their career, such as :
Form 19, to be used and completed for each licence application or any changes made to an already existing licence (the adding of a new type of aircraft), new specialty, etc.).
The OCR or occurrence report must be completed by maintenance staff in the event of of incidents, risks of incidents or for the breach of aviation safety so as to inform the relevant authorities who will then put the necessary measures in place.
(For the above forms, each member country of the EASA has their own form, but ultimately these are identical).
The Engineers/Mechanics/technicians logbook should be filled in by Part 66 licence holders giving their professional activity of the previous two years.
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