Working Groups are an important aspect of the EAMTC’s activities. They comprise a small number of volunteer specialists from the membership. They are established for issues of common concern or importance to our industry.
The outcomes of the working groups may result in an EAMTC Guidelines and Recommendations document being issued.
Members may log in at the Members Area of the web site to follow the progress of the working groups between General Assembly meetings.
Article 8 of the Charter deals with Working Groups: -
8.1 The General Assembly may form Working Groups as needed.
8.2 A Working Group is installed by proposal of a General Assembly member or the Executive Committee.
8.3 The President of the General Assembly appoints all Working Group Presidents.
8.4 The General Assembly will formulate the assignment.
8.5 The Working Group President must report on the progress of the activities in every General Assembly meeting.
8.6 The Working Group President will present the final result of the activities for voting in the General Assembly.
Working groups currently in operation are shown below.
EASA Safety Standards Consultative Committee
Frank Kabuth, representing the EAMTC, is the Vice-Chairman of this important EASA committee.
Basic Training Working Group
The Working Group will:
1.Compare experiences between the attending training organizations based on the existing and / or proposed rules for basic training, including their interpretations by the respective NAA’s and / or Standardisation teams
2.Exchange possible solutions between the members of EAMTC within the existing basic training requirements
3.Propose new solutions to EASA which should aid the harmonization of basic training requirements between EASA member states and their NAA’s
Attitude and Behaviour Working Group
The WG will consider attitude and behaviour as applicable to aircraft maintenance and maintenance training.
The WG’s scope is: -
2. Part 145 training
3. Basic training
4. Type training
5. Continuation / Updating training
The objective is to produce: -
1. Recommended draft syllabi or areas to be trained
2. Industry training Guidelines and Recommendations
Guidelines and Recommendations Review
The WG will review the current Guidelines and Recommendations for e-Learning (and others as appropriate) in the light of the EASA RMT.0281 and RMT,0548 New Training / Teaching Technologies.