Assessment

  • Assessment level

Competency Assessment Checklist (Generic All staff - Inc. M7)

  • 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

  • (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 limitation.

  • (CC32) Can access tech news (information systems) on a PC without support from others.

  • (CC8) Knowledge of occurrence reporting and able to access eBASIS.

  • (CC22 CC28) Ensures maintenance tasks are accomplished IAW approved maintenance data, and able to certify/stamp as completed where required.

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

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

M5 M6 Mechanics, Painters APV5 Workshop Staff ATH and APV Authorisations

  • 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

  • (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 limitation.

  • (CC32) Can access tech news (information systems) on a PC without support from others.

  • (CC8) Knowledge of occurrence reporting and able to access eBASIS.

  • (CC31 CC32) Able to navigate to maintenance data and BA procedures applicable to scope of work.

  • (CC22 CC28) Ensures maintenance tasks are accomplished IAW approved maintenance data, and able to certify/stamp as completed where required.

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

  • (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.
    (Ability to properly process removed, uninstalled and rejected parts).

  • (CC29) Ensures parts are visually inspected prior to removal/fitting and appropriate documentation is attached and complete. (Ability to recognise the acceptability of parts to be installed prior to fitment)

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

Certifying and Support Staff. A, B, C Authorisations and Workshop Team Leaders

  • 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

  • (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 limitation.

  • (CC32) Can access tech news (information systems) on a PC without support from others.

  • (CC8) Knowledge of occurrence reporting and able to access eBASIS.

  • (CC31 CC32) Able to navigate to maintenance data and BA procedures applicable to scope of work.

  • (CC22 CC28) Ensures maintenance tasks are accomplished IAW approved maintenance data, and able to certify/stamp as completed where required.

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

  • (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.
    (Ability to properly process removed, uninstalled and rejected parts).

  • (CC29) Ensures parts are visually inspected prior to removal/fitting and appropriate documentation is attached and complete. (Ability to recognise the acceptability of parts to be installed prior to fitment)

  • (CC19) Able to navigate to scope of authorisations procedure.

  • (CC15) Understanding of personal authorisations and limitation.

  • (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 tasks are slit into key stages.

  • (CC7) Knowledge of inspection procedures (QSM Part M)

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

Supervisors (AMS)

  • 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

  • (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 limitation.

  • (CC32) Can access tech news (information systems) on a PC without support from others.

  • (CC8) Knowledge of occurrence reporting and able to access eBASIS.

  • (CC31 CC32) Able to navigate to maintenance data and BA procedures applicable to scope of work.

  • (CC22 CC28) Ensures maintenance tasks are accomplished IAW approved maintenance data, and able to certify/stamp as completed where required.

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

  • (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.
    (Ability to properly process removed, uninstalled and rejected parts).

  • (CC29) Ensures parts are visually inspected prior to removal/fitting and appropriate documentation is attached and complete. (Ability to recognise the acceptability of parts to be installed prior to fitment)

  • (CC19) Able to navigate to scope of authorisations procedure.

  • (CC15) Understanding of personal authorisations and limitation.

  • (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 tasks are slit into key stages.

  • (CC7) Knowledge of inspection procedures (QSM Part M)

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

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

  • (CC37) Resources management and production planning skills.

  • (CC38) Team work, decision making and leadership skills.

  • (CC4) Knowledge of where components are stored and how they are maintained.

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

Duty Engineers (FSDE)

  • 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

  • (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 limitation.

  • (CC32) Can access tech news (information systems) on a PC without support from others.

  • (CC8) Knowledge of occurrence reporting and able to access eBASIS.

  • (CC31 CC32) Able to navigate to maintenance data and BA procedures applicable to scope of work.

  • (CC25) Ensures work accomplished are properly recorded.

  • (CC19) Able to navigate to scope of authorisations procedure.

  • (CC17) Able to control task cards/sheets or ramp check sheets.

  • (CC16 CC23) Has knowledge of critical tasks and us able to access the vital points manual and GEN.35.

  • (CC21) Ability to manage third parties involved in maintenance activity as applicable. (Aware of QU-Q-3-7-WI.1)

  • (CC24 CC30) Ensures prioritisation and staging of tasks and ensures complex tasks are split into key stages.

  • (CC37) Resources management and production planning skills.

  • (CC4) Knowledge of where components are stored and how they are maintained.

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

Managers FSM (+ Generic)

  • 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

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

  • (CC37) Resources management and production planning skills.

  • (CC38) Team work, decision making and leadership skills.

  • (CC4) Knowledge of where components are stored and how they are maintained.

  • (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 limitation.

  • (CC32) Can access tech news (information systems) on a PC without support from others.

  • (CC8) Knowledge of occurrence reporting and able to access eBASIS.

  • (CC22 CC28) Ensures maintenance tasks are accomplished IAW approved maintenance data, and able to certify/stamp as completed where required.

  • (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.

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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