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foxmoth
21st Sep 2021, 14:09
Instructor/Ground Examiner without 945 privileges - As a Ground examiner can he sign SEP revalidation?

milan.pilot
21st Sep 2021, 17:47
Instructor/Ground Examiner without 945 privileges - As a Ground examiner can he sign SEP revalidation?

What is ground examiner?

richardthethird
21st Sep 2021, 18:44
Yes - I think so... I recall any examiner can sign SEP revalidation by experience subject to the licence holder meeting all of the requirements for said revalidation. Only an instructor signing the reval requires the 945, not the examiner. A CRE, TRE, FE, GE, aok.

Sleepybhudda
21st Sep 2021, 20:37
milan.pilot - a ground examiner is long standing UK examiner category. Comes from UK CAA document https://publicapps.caa.co.uk/docs/33/Standards%20Document%2011%20Edition%2014.pdf

ifitaintboeing
21st Sep 2021, 21:08
Yes - I think so... I recall any examiner can sign SEP revalidation by experience subject to the licence holder meeting all of the requirements for said revalidation.

It’s actually any UK Part-FCL examiner can sign for SEP/TMG Class Rating Revalidation by Experience in a UK licence.

GR is a national (non-Part-FCL) privilege, so the answer is -NO- when referring to Part-FCL licences. It specifically states this on the GR examiner authorisation.