Assessment

Competency assessment checklist (Generic) (All staff)

  • Assessment scoring:
    1 - Demonstrates the required competency
    2 - Partially demonstrates the required competency OR is in the development stage of his/her role
    3 - Fails to demonstrate the required competency

  • (CC-9, CC-12 CC-20) Demonstrates a professional attitude towards safety and is able to identify safety risks linked to aircraft safety or the work place.

  • (CC-3 CC-14 CC-18) Understanding of his/her own human performance and limitations. Ability to consider others human performance and limitation. ( detail human factors and their affect of certification/ ability to perform work).

  • (CC-32 CC-34) Can access maintenance data and BA procedures on a PC without support from others. ( TI Portal and read and sign info)

  • (CC-22 CC-28) Ensures maintenance tasks are accomplished I aw approved maintenance data, and certified/stamped as completed where required.

  • ( CC-15 ) Understanding of personal authorisations and limitation.

  • ( CC-8) Knowledge of occurrence reporting system and understanding of the importance of reporting occurrences, incorrect maintenance data and existing or potential defects. ( Ebasis GOR OSR etc , fault reporting and raising a defect )

  • Hazardous materials- procedures for usage and disposal ( COSHH assessments )

  • (CC-33) Ensures personal tools are controlled and a tool audit log kept up to date. ( ability to check tooling serviceability prior to use)
    PER book completion standards if applicable.

  • (CC-33) PER book has been reviewed within the last six months.

Painters APV5 workshop staff ATH and APV authorisations. (+ Generic)

  • Use of technical documentation (SPM)

  • Knowledge of inspection procedures (QSM Part M)

  • Knowledge and use of SAP system (access engineering livery drawings, authorisations)

Certifying and Support Staff. (+ Generic)

  • (CC-13) Understands his certifying responsibilities. E.g. Able to list 3 conditions ensured prior to signing for CRS.

  • (CC-16 CC-23) Has knowledge of critical tasks and is able to access the vital points manual and GEN.35.

  • (CC-17) Able to control task cards/sheets or ramp check sheets.

  • (CC-19) Able to navigate to scope of authorisations procedure.

  • (CC-24 CC-28) Ensures prioritisation and staging of tasks. ( ability to properly record and sign for work accomplished)

  • (CC-27) Ensures information are recorded for a removed unit in SAP or on a CCR form and packaging of the removed unit is appropriate for transportation.
    Ability to properly process removed, uninstalled and rejected parts.

  • (CC-29) Ensures parts are visually inspected prior to removal/fitting and appropriate documentation is attached and complete.

  • (CC-31) Able to navigate to maintenance data/work card for a task applicable to scope of work. ( ability to understand work orders, work cards and refer to and use amicable data)

Supervisors (AMS) (+ Generic + Certifying and support staff)

  • (CC-26) Ability to promote the safety and quality Policy ( lead by example)

  • (CC-21) Ability to manage third parties involved in maintenance activity. ( is aware of QU-Q-3-7-WI.1 )

  • ( CC-37) Resources management and production planning skills. (Ensures proper task allocation and highlights resource issues with management)

  • (CC-38) Team work, decision making and leadership skills. (able to work professionally in a team and make rational decisions when leading a team)

  • ( CC-4) Knowledge of where components are stored and how they are maintained.

Quality Audit Staff (+ Generic + Certifying and support staff)

  • 1.1 Assess audit planning, questioning techniques and recording of evidence.
    Ref: GM 2;- Knowledge of auditing techniques:- planning, conducting and reporting.
    QU-Q-2-1 refers.

  • 1.2 Check consideration of human performance and limitations during audit.
    Ref GM 2;- Ability to consider human performance and limitations.

  • 1.3 Check ability to communicate effectively and clearly record and report.
    Ref GM 2;- Adequate communication and literacy skills.

  • 1.3 Check ability to communicate effectively and clearly record and report.
    Ref GM 2;- Adequate communication and literacy skills.

  • (CC-35) Check ability to communicate effectively and clearly record and report. (Analytical and proven auditing skills, for example, objectively, fairness, open-mindedness, determination).

  • (CC-1) Assess knowledge of BA standards and policies as detailed in the technical standards manual and QSM.
    (Knowledge of applicable officially recognised standards).

  • (CC-7) Knowledge of organisation capabilities, privileges and limitations.
    Assess Knowledge of parts of the MOE and how they link to procedures.
    (Knowledge of relevant parts of the MOE and procedures).

  • (CC-6) Check knowledge of EASA regulations;- Part M, 145, 21G, 21J, 147 and 66 (Knowledge of part M, Part 145 and any other relevant regulations)

  • (CC-8) 2.4 Assess knowledge of MOR reporting including criteria, process, use of eBASIS, importance of reporting to TC holders and regulators.
    Ref GM2;- Knowledge of occurrence reporting system and understanding of the importance of reporting occurrences, incorrect maintenance data and existing or potential defects.

  • 2.11 Check use of and ability to navigate TIP, AMM, IPC, SRM, Engineering viewer, authorisation records, tech logs, component release, SAP, qualifications, stamp number, and CAMS audit report.
    Ref GM2;- Ability to use information systems. ( run through scenario from MEL /tech log completion standards/ similar to quality oral for certifying staff)

  • (CC-13) Assess knowledge of the AMP and the importance of task completion IAW manufactures instructions and at defined frequencies.
    (Understanding of conditions for ensuring continuing airworthiness of aircraft and components).

  • (CC-36) Check knowledge of maintenance error investigation techniques to determine root cause.
    Ref GM2;- Maintenance error investigation skills.

Planners / FSDE that hold a current A, B or C authorisation (+ Generic + Certifying and support staff)

  • (CC-25) Ensures work accomplished is properly recorded. (Ability to process the work requested by the operator)

  • (CC-24 CC-30) Ensures prioritisation and staging of tasks and ensures complex maintenance tasks are split into key stages.

  • (CC-21) Ability to manage third parties involved in maintenance activity. ( is aware of QU-Q-3-7-WI.1 )

  • ( CC-37) Resources management and production planning skills. (Ensures proper task allocation and highlights resource issues with management)

  • (CC-4) Knowledge of where components are stored and how they are maintained.

Managers FSM (+ Generic)

  • (CC-26) Ability to promote the safety and quality Policy (lead by example)

  • (CC-37) Resources management and production planning skills. (Ensures proper task allocation and highlights resource issues with management)

  • (CC-4) Knowledge of where components are stored and how they are maintained.

  • (CC-38) Team work, decision making and leadership skills. (able to work professionally in a team and make rational decisions when leading a team)

Evaluation

Recommendations

  • Additional training required

  • Details of additional training required

  • Supervised working required

  • Details of supervised working required

  • Passivation of authorisation required

  • PLEASE CONTACT LOCAL QE OR THE QUALITY DEPARTMENT

  • Notes

  • Assessor's signoff

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