Flight Examiner Manual - HCAA
The Flight Examiner Manual, published by the HCAA, strives to provide standardisation directives and guidance in various aspects concerning the conduct of skill tests, proficiency checks and assessments of competence to holders of HCAA issued Part-FCL licenses, providing all HCAA Part-FCL certified examiners a tool to fulfil effectively their function.
FLIGHT EXAMINER MANUAL – HCAA
Flight Examiner Handbook - HCAA
The Flight Examiner Handbook, published by the HCAA, contains guidance for HCAA Licensing Inspectors with regard to the training and management of examiners. The guidance and procedures contained in this Handbook strive to enhance the application of standards and best practices in order to meet the Part-FCL requirements.
FLIGHT EXAMINER HANDBOOK – HCAA
Examiner Differences Document - EASA
EASA’s Flight Examiner Manual (FEM) provides a reference companion to the Examiner standardisation requirements and guidance as set out in the Aircrew Regulation (Commission Regulation (EU) no 1178/2011).
The manual contains 15 documents and covers the full range of licenses and rating, helps to explain the contents of the Aircrew Regulation and gives standardisation and best practice guidance to examiners for the conduct of tests.
The following is an external link to EASA website where the FEM parts can be accessed:
FLIGHT EXAMINER HANDBOOK – EASA
The Examiner Differences Document, published by EASA, contains the latest available information on the relevant national administrative procedures, requirements for protection of personal data, liability, accident insurance and fees for each EASA Member State for which the competent authority is not the same that issued the examiner’s certificate.
It is intended for use by examiners with a Part-FCL examiner certificate conducting a test, check or assessment of competence on a Part-FCL licence holder whose licence was issued by a competent authority other than their own.
This document is not meant to be used by examiners with examiner certificates or authorisations issued by third countries other than the EASA member states.
The national administrative procedures applicable to each EASA member state, contained in the document, should be reviewed and applied when conducting a skill test, proficiency check or assessment of competence on a respective member state licence holder. Furthermore, any additional member state specific requirements in addition to those specified in this section, i.e. liability, accident insurance, and personal data protection related information, should also be reviewed and taken into account by the examiner as appropriate.
EXAMINER DIFFERENCES DOCUMENT – Latest Version