privileges can be exercised by licence or certificate holders for up to 8 weeks
from the date of successful completion of examination(s), while they are
awaiting post-test endorsement of the licence or certificate.
Certificates (TCs) are valid only for UK CAA Part-FCL (or JAR FCL) licence
holders and SFEs whose
Competent Authority is the UK CAA. TCs are not available for initial issue of
licences and are not available to anyone whose licence or certificate is
subject to any UK CAA licensing action, including the suspension or restriction
of privileges where associated conditions have not been discharged.
have completed an applicable UK CAA approved course of examiner standardisation
or refresher training, as applicable, at an ATO fully approved for such
training under Commission Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 (as amended), Annex VI,
TCs may be
valid, for a maximum period of 8 weeks,
from the date of successful completion of the Part-FCL requirements for the
issue of examiner certificate.
wishing to exercise temporary examiner privileges must carry a valid form SRG1100A- Temporary Licensing Certificate
for Examiner Privileges.
TCs (Form SRG1100A- Temporary Licensing
Certificate for Examiner Privileges) may be issued and signed only by an authorised CAA
Training Inspector or holders of UK CAA Senior Examiner Certificates, qualified to conduct the relevant Examiner Assessment of
issuing Inspector or Senior Examiner is
responsible for ensuring that an applicant:
Senior Examiners are reminded to ensure that they:
If a seminar hasn’t yet been completed (which is within the
applicants rights) the AoC may proceed, however an SRG1100A shall not be
issued. Candidates are reminded that they cannot exercise privileges beyond
their current expiry until this has been completed. If less than 8 weeks
validity remaining, the examiner may submit evidence of completion then an
SRG1100A may be issued based on the date of the AoC.
8-week validity period begins on the day that the associated Assessment of
Competence has been successfully completed, not on the date of application, and
it may not be extended.
for examiner certificates should therefore be submitted promptly, well within the Temporary
Certificate’s 8-week validity period, to avoid the risk of TC expiry before endorsement of the examiner certificate sought on
the applicant’s licence.
requirements are found not to have been met on processing, previously issued
TCs will be suspended, and the main application may be rejected.
Temporary Certificate Form SRG1100A- Temporary Licensing
Certificate for Examiner Privileges may be completed digitally before printing (preferable method), or
may be printed and completed manually.
CAA Part-FCL Examiner Certificate holders must follow the procedures for
Examiner Designation as per IN-2016/004.
Regulation (EU) No. 1178/2011 (as amended) Annex VI, ARA.FCL.215(d) permits the UK CAA to allow
Part-FCL privileges to be exercised by licence or certificate holders for up to
8 weeks from the date of successful completion of examination(s), while they
are awaiting post-test endorsement of the licence or certificate.
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