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VB
20th Sep 2022, 06:41
I understand that an instructor can sign the CCC in accordance with FCL740 if the rating expired no more than three years before and the rating concerned a non-high-performance single-engine piston class rating or a TMG class rating. However in the case of an applicant who does not require refresher training because the rating has expired by less than three months or he is the holder of a current rating on another licence eg. FAA , can the instructor/examiner sign the CCC stating training not required or does it have to be done by an ATO or DTO ?

Fl1ingfrog
20th Sep 2022, 12:14
The HOD/CFI must sign to confirm the completion of a course of training when that has been required. An Instructor may sign the rating section of the licence when the rating (not the licence!) has not expired but is being revalidated. The circumstance however is limited to the occasion of the instructor completing the training element but only if at the same time this completes all the experience required to revalidate.

Whopity
20th Sep 2022, 17:58
VB
You are referring to COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2019/1747 of 15 October 2019 amending ‘FCL.740 Validity and renewal of class and type ratings to:

(b) Renewal
For the renewal of a class or type rating the applicant shall comply with all of the following:
(1) complete a proficiency check in accordance with Appendix 9 to this Annex (2) prior to the proficiency check referred to in point (1), complete a refresher training
(ii) at a DTO, at an ATO or with an instructor, if the rating expired no more than three years before and the rating concerned a non-high-performance single-engine piston class rating or a TMG class rating.
In which case, the only person who can sign the CCC is the instructor who gave the training.