Practical elements

  • Assess audit planning, questioning techniques and recording of evidence. Assess knowledge and awareness of the practicalities of auditing in a working environment. Knowledge of auditing techniques: - planning, conducting and reporting.

  • Assess knowledge and awareness of the practicalities of auditing in a working environment. Knowledge of auditing techniques: - planning, conducting and reporting. .

  • Check consideration of human performance and limitations during audit.

  • Ability to understand and accommodate human performance and limitations.

  • Check ability to communicate effectively, clearly record findings and observations, and feedback to owning Managers in an accurate and professional manner. Check ability to adequately transpose findings to written reports.

  • Communication and reporting of findings and observations

  • Assess auditing approach for objectivity, fairness, encouraging openness and ability to analyse observations to validate findings. Assess behaviours through displayed auditing skills (for example, analytical approach, objectivity, fairness, open mindedness and determination).

  • Assess behaviours and approach to auditing

Interview

  • Assess knowledge of BA standards and policies as detailed in the Technical standards manual and QSM. Knowledge of applicable officially recognised standards.

  • Awareness of customer requirements

  • Assess knowledge and ability to navigate to BAMC MOE organisation scope and limitations. Knowledge of organisation capabilities, privileges and limitations.

  • Awareness of BAMC MOE and Organisational scope of work

  • Check knowledge of EASA regulations; - Part M, 145 and Part 66

  • Knowledge of Part M, Part 145 and any other applicable regulations.

  • Assess Knowledge of BAMC MOE content and how it links to procedures.

  • Knowledge of relevant parts of the MOE and procedures.

  • Assess knowledge of MOR reporting including criteria, process, use of eBASIS, importance of reporting to TC holders and regulators.

  • Knowledge of occurrence reporting system and understanding of the importance of reporting occurrences, incorrect maintenance data and existing or potential defects

  • Check ability to identify safety risks in the work place.

  • Knowledge of safety risks linked to the working environment.

  • Assess knowledge of the Maintenance Planning Document and the importance of task completion IAW manufactures instructions and at defined frequencies.

  • Understanding of conditions for ensuring continuing airworthiness of aircraft and components.

  • Check awareness of auditors own human performance and limitations with consideration to how the quality of the audit may be affected and what actions would be taken to ensure standards are maintains.

  • Understanding of his/ her own human performance and limitations

  • Check knowledge of BAMC Authorisation system and their scope as defined in GQL1.6

  • Understanding of personnel authorisations and limitations

  • Check knowledge of critical maintenance tasks and Vital Points Manual.

  • Understanding critical tasks.

  • Check ability to identify, report and ensure corrective action of an unsafe condition.

  • Ability to identify and report existing and potential unsafe conditions.

  • Check use of and ability to navigate available information systems such as Tech Info Portal/Pinpoint, AMM, IPC, SRM, Engineering viewer, SAP, and CAMS etc

  • Awareness and use of information systems

  • Check knowledge of maintenance error investigation techniques to determine causal factors.

  • Assess Maintenance error investigation skills

Verification of Records

  • Is continuation training current?

  • Is mandatory training current?

  • Has FTS training to level 2 been completed?

  • Has EWIS training been completed?

  • Has ETOPS and RVSM training been completed?

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