Training, Qualification, and Certification of Nondestructive Inspection Personnel
This advisory circular (AC) contains recommendations for the experience, training, qualification, examination, and certification of nondestructive inspection (NDI) personnel for the inspection of aircraft, engines, propellers, accessories, and other aviation components. It recommends criteria for the qualification of personnel requiring appropriate knowledge of the technical principles underlying the nondestructive tests they perform. This document applies to those individuals directly responsible for technical adequacy of the NDI methods used, as well as those persons or organizations providing training, supervision, or oversight of NDI personnel. Organizations should have a written program describing the guidelines used to train, qualify, and certify personnel. Inspection personnel qualified under this document may be eligible for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) repairman’s certification with an NDI rating.
|65-5B||AFS-630||Parachute Rigger Senior/Master Certification Guide Provides information to persons interested in becoming certificated parachute riggers. Provides information on how to apply for a parachute rigger certificate and ratings, and assists the applicant in preparing for the written, oral, and practical tests. SN 050-007-00805-8||07-25-1988|
|65-30A||AFS-305||Overview of the Aviation Maintenance Profession To provide information to prospective airframe and powerplant mechanics and other persons interested in the certification requirements, application procedures, and the mechanic written, oral, and practical tests.||11-09-2001|
Large AC] Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics Airframe Handbook
Designed to familiarize student mechanics with airframe construction, repair, and the operating theory of airframe systems. SN 050-007-00391-9
Development of Training/Qualification and Certification Programs for Composite Maintenance Technicians
This advisory circular (AC) is intended as a guideline for repair organizations to develop a formal training program for qualification and certification of composite technicians that they employ. This AC contains recommendations for the experience, training, qualification, and examination of persons performing maintenance and repair of aircraft composite structures or other aviation composite components. It recommends criteria for the qualification of personnel to be able to understand the technical principles involved in the maintenance and repair of aircraft composites. This document applies to those individuals directly responsible for providing training, supervision, or oversight of composite maintenance personnel. Organizations may use the information contained in this AC to develop a written program describing the guidelines used to train, qualify and certify personnel. This AC provides a means, but not the only means, of developing a composite maintenance training program.
Certification of a Repairman (General)
This advisory circular (AC) provides information and guidance to the aviation p.1blic on the procedures for certification of a repairman. It also introduces a new ooncept for certification, wherein formal training may be substituted for experience
Certification of Repairmen (Light-Sport Aircraft)
This advisory circular (AC) provides the public with information regarding the certification of repairmen (light-sport aircraft (LSA)) with maintenance and inspection ratings, the acceptability of training courses, and the continued airworthiness of LSA. The guidance contained in this AC is based on the Final Rule, Certification of Aircraft and Airmen for the Operation of Light-Sport Aircraft, which was published in the Federal Register (FR) on July 27,2004. The rule became effective September 1,2004.
Certification of Repairmen (Experimental Aircraft Builders)
a. This advisory circular (AC) provides information to builders of experimental aircraft concerning repairman certification.
b. This AC provides an acceptable means of complying with the regulations; however, it is not the only means of compliance. This AC is not mandatory and it does not constitute a regulation. When this AC uses mandatory language (e.g., "must" or "may not") it is paraphrasing a regulatory requirement or prohibition. When this AC uses permissive language (e.g., "should" or "may") it describes an acceptable means, but not the only means, of complying with regulations. However, if you use the means described to comply with a regulatory requirement, you must follow it in all respects.
|65-2D||AFS-300||Airframe and Powerplant Mechanics Certification Guide||01-30-1987|