Advanced Qualification Program Evaluator Manual TP 14672

CHAPTER 13 – REPORT AND APPLICATION COMPLETION

13.1 Reports and Applications Required for Licensing

13.1.1 Successful completion of a MV and LOE is confirmation that the student has met all of the requirements for the issuance or renewal of an Instrument Rating and/or issuance of a Type Rating.

13.1.2 In order for licensing action to take place the following documents are required, as applicable:

  1. Flight Test Report Pilot Proficiency Check, form 26-0249 (AppendixE); and/or
  2. Application for Endorsement of a Rating, form 26-0083

13.1.3 Upon completion of a LOE, the Type E Evaluator must complete the Flight Test Report Pilot Proficiency Check, form 26-0249 (AppendixE) under the following circumstances:

  1. the candidate requires an Instrument Rating (initial or renewal)
  2. the candidate requires a Type Rating
  3. the candidate has failed the LOE and requires additional training and another LOE; or
  4. the candidate is a Type "E" Evaluator or a Type "V" Evaluator not employed by the air operator, in which case Transport Canada requires the information for tracking and validation purposes

13.1.4The Application for Endorsement of a Rating form (26-0083) must be completed by the Type E Evaluator under the following circumstances as applicable:

  1. the candidate requires an initial Instrument Rating; and/or
  2. the candidate requires a Type Rating

13.2 Completing the Flight Test Report - Pilot Proficiency Check (26-0249)

13.2.1 The Flight Test Report Pilot Proficiency Check, form 26-0249 (AppendixE) was originally designed for traditional Pilot Proficiency Checks. There are several important differences when this form is used to document LOEs. In particular, when used for a LOE, there are several areas for data entry that are not applicable (N/A). In addition, some written comments, unique to LOEs are required.

13.2.2 The following guidelines are to be followed by when completing the Flight Test Report Pilot Proficiency Check, form 26-0249 (AppendixE)

Name of Applicant The full name must agree with the existing license.
Applicant's License Number Must agree with existing documentation.
Name of Check Pilot - Simulator Must agree with existing documentation.
TC/CCP/DACP Dot Type E Evaluators should fill in the CCP Dot.
Check Pilot's License Number Must agree with existing documentation.
Name of Check Pilot - Aircraft N/A
Operator/Training Unit Must agree with existing documentation.
File Number (5282-______) Must agree with existing documentation.
Present Instrument Rating/  
Group and Expiry N/A
Present PPC and Expiry N/A
Valid Medical Verified Box Must be checked off.
A/C Type Must be annotated with the applicable aircraft type.
A/C Reg. Not Applicable.
Sim ID No. Must be annotated with the applicable simulator identification number.
Script No. N/A – Script details are written in the Comments – General Assessment section.
Pilot Proficiency Check Fill in Multi-crew dot.
Initial/Recurrent/Upgrade/VFR Only Dot As applicable.
Crew Status As applicable.
Type Rating As applicable for Qualification Course.
Takeoff Limits N/A
Landing Limits N/A
Ground Training/Flight Training Exams N/A
AQP Dot Must be filled in. This dot when filled in disables the scanning of the Check Details (Items 1 to 27).
Check Details (Items 1 to 27) N/A. These items were disabled by filling in the AQP dot.
PPC Simulator Passed/Failed Dot Must be filled in as applicable.
PPC Aircraft Passed/Failed Dot N/A
IFR Passed/Failed Dot Must be filled in as applicable.
Group (IFR) Passed/Failed Dot Must be filled in as applicable.
Change of Address and Phone Number As required.
ReceiptNo As required.
Signature of Check Pilot (Simulator)/Date/Flt Time Evaluator must sign the form, and record the date and simulator flight time.
Signature of Check Pilot (Aircraft)/Date/Flt Time N/A
Flight Test Date Record when LOE was completed.
PPC Valid To Now represent LOE VALID TO. The validity period of a LOE is dependent upon the Evaluation Period. (See Chapter11 for details.) Evaluator should make an ink correction: strike out "PPC" and write "LOE".
IFR Valid To Must be completed if an Instrument Rating is being renewed.

Note:The validity period of an Instrument Rating is still twenty-four months.
Comments – General Assessment Must include the MV and LOE script or reference number.

In the event that a LOE is "Unsatisfactory" the evaluator will add the following information for each TPO/SPO item graded as "Unsatisfactory" to the comments section of the 0249 form. This information is needed to support the Notice of Suspension:
  • the TPO/SPO item(s) (and #, if applicable) that were graded as "Unsatisfactory";
  • the applicable standards statement and reference # that supports the failure grade (it is also permissible to state a tolerance listed in section10.6 that was exceeded); and
  • a free text statement to indicate the magnitude of the failure.
An example of the comments for an UNSAT TPO/SPO item:
  • Item 2.4 Perform Non Precision Approach
  • Standards Statement, 231 Comply with minimum safe altitude
  • the candidate crossed the FAF 300 feet below published minimum altitude
No other comments will be made on the form.

13.3 Completing the Application for an Endorsement/Rating (26-0083)

13.3.1 The following guidelines are to be followed by when completing the Application for an Endorsement of a Rating, form 26-0083.

FileNumber Check that the 5802 file number is correct.
LicenseNumber Must agree with existing documentation.
DateofBirth Must agree with existing documentation.
MedicalCategory Category 1 medical assessment is required.

Part A
FullName The full name must agree with the existing license, or changes must be supported by a copy of the document substantiating a legal change of name or an original "Declaration of Name for Aviation Personnel Licenses".
Address Check the complete address.
AircraftCategory The appropriate box should be indicated.
Rating(s)Appliedfor The appropriate box should be indicated and should agree with Parts "B", "C" and "D".
Date/Signature Ensure that the form is dated and signed by the applicant.

Part B
Check indications for which rating application is being made. Some applicants become confused and in error indicate more than one allotted box. Perusal of Part "C" may assist in clarification of the rating requested.

Experience related to the desired rating should be checked.

Part C
All ratings require the recommendation of a qualified person.

Part D
This section is not mandatory but it will be completed if the applicant's license was endorsed for 90 days (three calendar months). If filled in, check for completeness.

Part E
This section is for the use of Transport Canada Licensing Personnel and should not be filled in by the applicant or the person recommending the rating.

13.4Endorsing the Successful Candidate's License

13.4.1 The Type E Evaluator, who is an Authorized Person, shall sign and thereby certify the back of the candidate's Pilot License or provide a Certification of Additional Privileges card, for the following:

  1. Issue of a Type Rating
  2. Issue of an initial Instrument Rating
  3. Renewal of an Instrument Rating that will expire within 90days.

13.4.2 This certification by an Authorized Person maintains or grants additional privileges for a period of 90 days from the certification date.

13.5Fees

13.5.1 The appropriate fee, in accordance with CAR 104.01 Schedule IV, shall be remitted according to regional administrative procedures when the Flight Test Report Pilot Proficiency Check, form 26-0249 (AppendixE) or the Application for an Endorsement of a Rating, form 26-0083 has been signed by a TC Inspector.

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