• 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

Competency Assessment Checklist:

  • Ability to use information systems
    ▪️Tech News, QABs etc. - in what time period do they need to be read?
    ▪️How long are they valid?
    ▪️What is their status?

  • Understanding conditions for ensuring continued airworthiness of aircraft and components
    ▪️Name the 5 conditions that must be ensured prior to signing a CRS iaw BA’s Part 145 approval.

  • Understanding of personnel authorisations and limitations
    ▪️Navigate to QU-Q-8-1-WI.1 and explain the scope, privileges and limitations of all lower approvals and authorisations relevant to your area.

  • Ability to determine required qualifications for task performance
    ▪️What can be delegated to an LMA?

  • Ability to understand work orders, work cards and use applicable maintenance data
    ▪️How are work instructions received?
    ▪️What maintenance data do they refer to?
    ▪️How do you find that maintenance data?

  • Ability to confirm proper accomplishment of maintenance tasks.
    ▪️How do you check that the maintenance data is current?

  • Ability to properly record and sign for work accomplished
    ▪️How do you stamp up the completed tasks?
    ▪️What paperwork do you use?

  • Ability to compile and control completed workcards
    ▪️How do you control completed workcards/tech log sheets?

  • Ability to process the requested work
    ▪️How do you ensure the work is distributed, certified and closed down electronically?

  • Able to prioritise tasks and report discrepancies
    ▪️How do you prioritise your workload?

  • Understanding critical task
    ▪️Able to access and discuss VPM and GEN35 and explain critical tasks and maintenance on multiple essential systems?

  • Ability to split complex maintenance tasks into clear stages
    ▪️How are critical tasks prioritised and how are discrepancies reported?

  • Ability to properly plan performance of critical task
    ▪️How are critical tasks planned to avoid unnecessary handovers?

  • Abilty to recognise the acceptability of parts to be installed prior to fitment
    ▪️What paperwork accompanies expendables and rotables?
    ▪️What do you need to check with the part and the paperwork?
    ▪️Is the EASA form one an authority to fit? Why not?

  • Ability to properly process removed and rejected parts
    ▪️How do you transact removed parts?
    ▪️What do you do with rejected parts?

  • Ability to use, control and be familiar with required tooling and/or equipment
    ▪️Upkeep tool audit log.
    ▪️Knowledge of lost tool procedure.

  • Resource management and production planning skills – why are these important for airworthiness?
    ▪️How do you build your team depending on the task?

  • Team working, decision making and leadership skills
    ▪️How do the AMSs work together to resource the work?

  • Ability to manage third parties involved in maintenance activity
    ▪️Discuss the requirements of Third Party Working parties QU-Q-3-7-WI.1

  • Knowledge of logistics processes
    ▪️What are the requirements for storage and segregation of spares? (to include shelf life control, traceability, EASA Form Ones, DG transportation and storage).

  • Ability to recognise professional attitudes and behaviours towards safety
    ▪️What are good safety attitudes and behaviours?
    ▪️What safety behaviours are encouraged and/or rewarded?

  • Knowledge of safety risks linked to the working environment
    ▪️What things in your area might affect the safety of the aircraft?

  • Ability to identify and rectify existing and potential unsafe conditions
    ▪️What potential unsafe conditions might you come across on the aircraft during maintenance?
    ▪️How would you report these discrepancies?

  • Ability to understand and promote the safety and quality policy.
    ▪️Promulgation of MOE safety and quality policy within the area.



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