4th Jan 2012, 09:58
Can you legally carry out a CAT II / III checkride (JAR/EASA rules) as examiner if you are current on CAT II /III (as pilot) but not on the type you intend to do the check?
Ask your local authority. Not all things are completely EU-OPS regulated yet and there are some differences between countries.
Over here a CAT II/III check can only be done by a TRE which has to be appointed a TRE by the authority for the type in question. Therefore no, our boeing TREs cannot do airbus CAT II/III qualification checks or vice versa (there is no license entry anymore for CAT II/III).
4th Jan 2012, 17:46
Thanks for that Denti. I thought because CAT II/III is an OPS 'thing', you might not need to be CAT II/III on the type (FCL) you do the check on. But then again CAT II/III SOPs are also depending on type...I will ask the CAA, probably the best.