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

Generic Questions (For All Staff)

CC3 CC14 CC18 - Able to name two human factors that could affect his/her work on a day to day basis? Ability to consider others human performance and limitations?

CC32 - Can access tech news (info systems) on a PC without support from others (within limits).

CC22 CC25 CC28 - Ensures maintenance tasks are accomplished IAW approved maintenance data, and ensures work accomplished is properly recorded and certified/stamped as completed, where required.

CC24 CC28 - Ensures prioritisation and staging of tasks.

CC9 CC12 CC20 - Demonstrates a professional attitude towards safety and is able to identify safety risks linked to aircraft safety or the work place.

CC33 - Ensures personal tools are controlled and a tool audit log kept up to date.

M5/M6 (+Generic)

CC31 CC32 - Able to navigate to maintenance data/work card for a task applicable to scope of work.

CC27 - 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.

CC29 - Ensures parts are visually inspected prior to removal/fitting and appropriate documentation is attached and complete.

Certifying Staff. A, B,C Authorisations and Workshop Team Leaders. (+ Generic + M5/M6)

CC19 - Able to navigate to scope of authorisations procedure.

CC13 - Understands his certifying responsibilities. E.g. Able to list 3 conditions ensured prior to signing for CRS.

CC17 - Able to control task cards/sheets or ramp check sheets.

CC16 - Has knowledge of critical tasks and is able to access the vital points manual and GEN.35.

CC24 CC30 - Ensures prioritisation and staging of tasks and ensures complex maintenance tasks are split into key stages.

Aircraft Maintenance Supervisors (+ Generic + M5/M6 + Certifying Staff)

CC21 - Ability to manage third parties involved in maintenance activity. (is aware of QU-Q-3-7-WI.1)

CC26 - Ability to promote the safety and quality Policy (lead by example)

CC37 - Resources management and production planning skills. (Ensures proper task allocation and highlights resource issues with management)

CC38 -Team work, decision making and leadership skills. (able to work professionally in a team and make rational decisions when leading a team)

CC4 - Knowledge of where components are stored and how they are maintained.

Possible Suggestions to be added: ( Common Competency)

CC15 - Understanding of personal authorisations and limitation.

CC8 - 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)

PER book has been reviewed within the last six months.

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

Use of technical documentation (SPM)

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

Knowledge of inspection procedures (QSM Part M)

Knowledge on CDCCL when relevant

Knowledge of EWIS when relevant



Additional training required

Details of additional training required

Supervised working required

Details of supervised working required

Passivation of authorisation required



Assessor's signoff
Please note that this checklist is a hypothetical example and provides basic information only. It is not intended to take the place of, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice; medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment; or other applicable laws. You should also seek your own professional advice to determine if the use of such checklist is permissible in your workplace or jurisdiction.