Standards Document 41 (A): Instructions and procedures for type rating examiner aeroplane & helicopter and synthetic flight examiner aeroplane & helicopter standardisation course providers

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Reference:Standards Document 41 (A)
Title:Instructions and procedures for type rating examiner aeroplane & helicopter and synthetic flight examiner aeroplane & helicopter standardisation course providers
Description:The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) issues flight crew licences and ratings in accordance with the requirements of Part-FCL. The CAA must ensure that the applicant is qualified by reason of knowledge, competence and skill to hold the appropriate licence or rating. The CAA will therefore authorise suitably experienced and qualified pilots as examiners to conduct the necessary skill tests or proficiency checks. Such pilots should, by background and experience, have the professional respect of the aviation community.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:4
Date:4 July 2019
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