Maintenance and Manufacturing Staff Instructions, MSI 69, Appendix B


Appendix B - On The Job Training Program For MD-P's

The purpose of this program is to ensure the Applicant is well versed on the information and documentation referenced herein and to ensure that the Applicant has the appropriate knowledge of Transport Canada procedures for the issue of Certificates of Airworthiness, Special Certificates of Airworthiness - Restricted and Export Airworthiness Certificates.

1. Application For

No Regulations Description Applicable
Yes/No
Verified Satisfactory1
1.   507.02 CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS      
           
    To ensure that the aircraft meets the requirements of CAR 507.02, the Minister's delegate must:      
   
  • Receive and review application for Certificate of Airworthiness
     
   
  • Compare information on application sheet to information on aircraft file and request additional information (as required)
     
   
  • Review aircraft certification documents and aircraft log books for completion and proper releases
     
   
  • Inspect Aircraft Flight Manual to ensure all amendments and Manual's Supplement(s) are current
     
   
  • Review aircraft documentation and technical history for completion and proper releases.
     
   
  • Inspect aircraft for conformity to type design and regulation's requirements for safety and security
     
   
  • Advise Applicant of deficiencies noted for their rectification
     
   
  • Coordinate with Aviation Manufacturing, Aircraft Certification and/or General Aviation (as required)
     
   
  • Prepare flight authority
     
   
  • Forward flight authority to Owner/Operator
     
   
  • Distribute copies of flight authority (as required)
     
   
  • Send all relevant documents to Records Management for filing
     
2.   507.03 SPECIAL CERTIFICATES OF AIRWORTHINESS - RESTRICTED      
           
    To ensure that the aircraft meets the requirements of CAR 507.03, the Minister's delegate must:      
           
   
  • Receive and review application for Special Certificates of Airworthiness -Restricted
     
   
  • Compare information on application sheet to information on aircraft file and request additional information (as required)
     
   
  • Review aircraft certification documents and aircraft log books for completion and proper releases
     
   
  • Inspect Airplane Flight Manual to ensure all amendments and Manual's Supplement(s) are current
     
   
  • Review aircraft documentation and technical history for completion and proper releases.
     
   
  • Inspect aircraft for conformity to type design and regulation's requirement and for safety and security
     
   
  • Advise Applicant of deficiencies noted for their rectification
     
   
  • Coordinate with Aviation Manufacturing, Aircraft Certification and/or General Aviation (as required)
     
   
  • Prepare flight authority
     
   
  • Forward flight authority to Owner/Operator
     
   
  • Distribute copies of flight authority (as required)
     
   
  • Send all relevant documents to Records Management for filing
     
           
3.   507.04 FLIGHT PERMIT      
    To ensure that the aircraft meets the requirements of CAR 507.04, the Minister's delegate must:      
           
   
  • Receive and review application for flight permit
     
   
  • Compare information on application sheet to information on aircraft file and request additional information (as required)
     
   
  • Review aircraft certification documents and aircraft log books for completion and proper releases
     
   
  • Inspect Airplane Flight Manual to ensure all amendments and Manual's Supplement(s) are current
     
   
  • Review aircraft documentation and technical history for completion and proper releases.
     
   
  • Inspect aircraft for safety and security
     
   
  • Advise Applicant of deficiencies noted for their rectification
     
   
  • Coordinate with Aviation Manufacturing, Aircraft Certification and/or General Aviation (as required)
     
   
  • Prepare flight authority
     
   
  • Forward flight authority to Owner/Operator
     
   
  • Distribute copies of flight authority (as required)
     
   
  • Send all relevant documents to Records Management for filing
     
           
4.   509.03 (1) ISSUE EXPORT AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATE FOR AN AIRCRAFT THAT CONFORMS      
           
    To ensure that the aircraft meets the requirements of CAR 509.03 (1), the Minister's delegate must:      
           
   
  • Receive and review application for Export Airworthiness Certificate
     
   
  • Research applicable approved design data and ensure aircraft is eligible for export
     
   
  • Request for and obtain importing country requirements
     
   
  • Compare information on application sheet to information on aircraft file and request additional information (as required)
     
   
  • Review aircraft certification documents and aircraft log books for completion and proper releases
     
   
  • Inspect Airplane Flight Manual to ensure all amendments and Manual's Supplement(s) are current
     
   
  • Review aircraft documentation and technical history for completion and proper releases.
     
   
  • Inspect aircraft for conformity to type design and regulation's requirement and for safety and security
     
   
  • Advise Applicant of deficiencies noted for their rectification
     
   
  • Coordinate with Aviation Manufacturing, Aircraft Certification and/or General Aviation (as required)
     
   
  • Prepare Export Airworthiness Certificate
     
   
  • Forward Export Airworthiness Certificate to Foreign Civil Aviation Authority
     
   
  • Distribute copies of Export Airworthiness Certificate (as required)
     
   
  • Send all relevant documents to Records Management for filing
     
           
5.   509.03 (2) ISSUE EXPORT AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATE THAT SPECIFIES NON-CONFORMITY FOR AN AIRCRAFT THAT DOES NOT CONFORM      
           
    To ensure that the aircraft meets the requirements of CAR 509.03 (2), the Minister's Delegate must:      
           
   
  • Receive and review application for Export Airworthiness Certificate
     
   
  • Research applicable approved design data and ensure aircraft is eligible for export
     
   
  • Request for and obtain importing country requirements
     
   
  • Compare information on application sheet to information on aircraft file and request additional information (as required)
     
   
  • Review non-conformities to the applicable type design and research for the acceptance of the non-conformities by the state to which the aircraft is being exported
     
   
  • Review aircraft certification documents and aircraft log books for completion and proper releases
     
   
  • Inspect Airplane Flight Manual to ensure all amendments and Manual's Supplement(s) are current
     
   
  • Review aircraft documentation and technical history for completion and proper releases.
     
   
  • Inspect aircraft for conformity to type design (as applicable) and regulation's requirement and for safety and security
     
   
  • Advise Applicant of deficiencies noted for their rectification
     
   
  • Coordinate with Aviation Manufacturing, Aircraft Certification and/or General Aviation (as required)
     
   
  • Prepare Export Airworthiness Certificate
     
   
  • Forward Export Airworthiness Certificate to Foreign Civil Aviation Authority
     
   
  • Distribute copies of Export Airworthiness Certificate (as required)
     
   
  • Send all relevant documents to Records Management for filing
     

2.  Documentation

No Regulations Description Applicable
Yes/No
Verified Satisfactory1
1.   507.06 APPLICATION FORMS      
  507 Appendix A Application for Certificate of Airworthiness Form # 24-0043      
  509.02 Application for Export Airworthiness Certificate Form # 24-0050      
  509 Appendix A Completion procedures for Export Airworthiness Certificate      
  507.06 (4)   Table I - Supplemental documentation for a flight authority      
    Ensure the candidate knows what we verify in these documents      
           
2.   511 ISSUANCE OF A TYPE CERTIFICATE      
  511 Appendix A Application for a type certificate      
  511 Appendix C Type Certificate Data Sheets      
    Ensure the candidate knows what we verify in these documents      
           
3.   202 Division II AIRCRAFT REGISTRATION      
  202.13 Registration of aircraft general      
  202.14 Aircraft Manufacturers      
  202.15  Qualifications to be Registered owner of a Canadian Aircraft      
  202.16 Registration Requirements      
  202.17; 202.18 Prior to issuance or delivery of a Certificate of Airworthiness (Domestic or Foreign) the Minister's Delegate must ensure the aircraft has a valid Certificate of Registration      
    Ensure the candidate knows what we verify in these documents      
           
4.   AWM 561     561305 CONFORMITY CERTIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION DOCUMENTS      
           
    Ensure the candidate knows the Canadian Aviation Regulations requirements for conformity certification      
           
    Ensure the candidate knows what we verify in these documents:      
           
  AWM 561.305
  • AI-100, Statement of Conformity (Complete Aircraft)
     
  511; 513
  • Statement of compliance
     
  605.92
  • Weight and balance report
     
   
  • Production flight test certificate
     
  571.13
  • Export Airworthiness Certificate (as applicable)
     
           
5.   605.92 AIRCRAFT LOG BOOKS AND PERMITS      
           
    Ensure the candidate knows what we verify in these documents:      
   
  • Production Flight Log book (as applicable)
     
   
  • Journey log book
     
   
  • Airframe / Modifications / Installations log books
     
   
  • Engines / Propeller log books
     
   
  • Rotorcraft dynamic component(s) log book(s)
     
   
  • Auxiliary Power Unit log book
     
   
  • Battery log book
     
   
  • Flight test permit(s)
     
           
6.   511 AIRCRAFT FLIGHT MANUAL AND MANUAL SUPPLEMENT      
           
    Ensure the candidate knows what we verify in these documents      
7.     AIRCRAFT DOCUMENTATION AND TECHNICAL HISTORY (QUALITY/INSPECTION RECORDS)      
           
    Ensure the candidate knows what we verify in these documents, examples:      
  605.41
  • Altimeter calibration
     
  AWM 625 Appendix C;
  • Pitot Static System list
     
  605.35
  • Transponder & pressure altimeter reporting equipment calibration
     
  571.10
  • Flight and Power plant controls - Dual Inspection
     
  605.84
  • Airworthiness directives / Service Bulletins
     
  571.06
  • STC's
     
  571.06 - 571.10
  • Major Repairs / Major Modifications
     
  605.92
  • Quality and inspection records for operations releases, inspection releases and final releases
     
           
8.     VALIDATION OF FLIGHT AUTHORITIES      
           
  507 Ensure the candidate knows the requirements for the validation of a flight authority (Domestic or Foreign)      
           
9.     FOREIGN CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS      
           
    Ensure the candidate knows the foreign Civil Aviation Authority requirements for the delivery of a foreign Civil Aviation Authority Certificate of Airworthiness      

3. Aircraft Inspection

The aircraft inspection is an essential step in the aviation document issuance process.  We have to establish the conformity between the configuration showed in the documentation and the real configuration of the aircraft.

We also have to make sure the aircraft is inspected airworthy, i.e.: safe for operation and conform to the standards and regulations.

No Regulations Description Applicable
Yes/No
Verified Satisfactory1
1.   509 Ensure the candidate knows that the signatory (Certificate of Airworthiness for Export Form 24-0049) certifies that he/she has inspected the aircraft and that the aircraft conforms to its’ approved design data).      
           
2.   507 Ensure the candidate knows that the aircraft shall meet all the requirements of CAR 507 prior to the issuance of a Canadian Airworthiness Certificate.      
           
3.    The candidate knows that we inspect the aircraft in order to ensure:      
   
  • Aircraft conforms to the configuration detailed in the submitted documentation;
     
   
  • Aircraft conforms with the applicable standards of airworthiness;
     
   
  • Aircraft conforms to the regulations.
     
           
4.   202 The candidate must know where to find the information concerning the registration marks on the aircraft      
           
5.   511 - 513 The candidate must know where to find the information in order to verify the aircraft's placards      
           
6.     The candidate has inspected the aircraft and verified properly the following:      
   
  • The aircraft registration marks
     
   
  • The mandatory placards
     
   
  • The aircraft seat belts
     
   
  • The aircraft exterior
     
   
  • The aircraft interior
     
   
  • The avionic equipment
     
   
  • The cockpit interior
     
   
  • Manufacturer's data plate
     
           
7.    The candidate uses a checklist to make sure that all items have been covered concerning documentation and aircraft.      
           
8.    The candidate knows how to do an inspection pursuant to Foreign Civil Aviation Authority Guidelines for the delivery of a Foreign Civil Aviation Airworthiness Certificate      

4.  Documents Issued

We have to make sure that the candidate knows how to complete an Export Airworthiness Certificate and a Canadian Airworthiness Certificate

No Regulations Description Applicable
Yes/No
Verified Satisfactory1
1.  507 CANADIAN CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS      
  MSI's        
    The candidate knows how to complete the document, and knows the requirements of CAR 507      
           
2.  507 EXPORT AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATE      
  MSI's        
    The candidate knows where to find the information in order to complete     Form 24-0049      
    The candidate knows the requirements of CAR 509      
    The candidate knows the additional airworthiness requirements      
    The candidate knows the exceptions and how to determine and to write them down      
    The candidate is familiar with page Number 2 of the document used in the Québec Region when required      
           
3.    U.S STANDARD CERTIFICATE OF AIRWORTHINESS      
           
    The candidate is familiar with the FAA guideline procedure      
           

1 Initial when satisfactory

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