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S7C4 - COMPETENCY BASED TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT FOR ARMY AVIATION TECHNICIANS
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WARNING - AAP 7001.059 TAREG VERSION
The procedures in AAP7001.059-TAREG support compliance with AAP7001.053-Technical Airworthiness Regulations, which have been superseded.
Procedures supporting compliance with AAP8000.011-Defence Aviation Safety Regulations are contained in AAP 7001.059-DASR
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1. All Army Aircraft, Avionics, Life Support Fitter and Structures Trade trainees are required to complete competency assessments as a prerequisite to task authorisation and achievement of trade qualification Australian Qualification Framework (AQF) – Level III (Life Support Fitter) and Level IV (Aircraft, Avionics and Structures) in Aeroskills Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.
2. The aviation trades competency assessment system within Army is to be conducted in accordance with the principles detailed in Section 7 Chapter 1—Aerospace Competency Standards and Assessment Procedures.
3. This chapter prescribes the procedures to be followed by the Army Aviation Training Centre (AAvnTC) and Army Authorised Maintenance Organisations (AMOs) when conducting competency-based assessments on Army Aviation Technical personnel.
ARMY SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
4. The primary method of providing Army Aviation trade competency assessments will be the structured on-the-job training program as detailed in the AAvnTC Rotary Wing Aircraft Maintenance School (RAMS) Standing Operating Procedures (SOPs).
5. The trade qualifications available to Army tradespersons who complete the prerequisite competencies are:
Aviation Trades Technical Competency Assessment Service Administrator
6. The Army Aviation Technical Trades competency assessment service administrator is AAvnTC SO1 Training Branch; responsibilities are detailed within Section 7 Chapter 1 – Aerospace Competency Standards and Assessment Procedures.
7. In addition to the ‘Coach’ description detailed in S7C1, a Coach is an experienced ADF or civilian contractor aviation tradesperson, who is a fully qualified technician having achieved Certificate IV in Aeroskills or equivalent. The coach is to be authorised on a specific aircraft type in the relevant trade stream (i.e. ECN 411, ECN 412, ECN 153 or ECN 154).
RWPA Duties and Responsibilities
8. In addition to the duties listed in S7C1, Army Registered Work Place Assessors (RWPA)s will also perform competency assessments and carry out the necessary administration in the trainee’s Competency Assessment Journal as issued by the RTO. AAvnTC Capability Development assess RWPA applications and maintains the register for all RWPAs.
On the Job Training Management
9. AAvnTC RAMS is the principal organisation responsible for the On the Job Training (OJT) program. RAMS SOPs detail the following Roles and Responsibilities:
Competency Appeals Board
10. The competency appeals board for Army will be in the AMO unit with the SMM acting as the board chairman. Composition of the board is to be determined in consultation with HQ AAvnTC.
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