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Old 11th Jun 2021, 22:01
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Originally Posted by Xeptu View Post
This comes as no surprise, I remember putting that very question to the chief pilot 20 years ago. In the early years everything went into the licence, then around the early 90"s it went to everything goes into the logbook, All endorsements are command endorsements today, CASA wouldn't necessarily know you're a Captain. Add to that mergers, takeovers and rapid expansion and you suddenly have a lot of new faces you have never met. So I put it to the chief, how do "you" actually know I hold an ATPL, no-one has ever asked to see it. He said that's not even funny. No it's not but it could happen. 20 years on and that's still the case, not even casa wants to see it on a ramp check,
Really? My licence gets scrutinised (EVERY page, including all the blank ones) has to be in order). This happens at every encounter with the training department, so four or five times yearly. Twice on consecutive days in the sim.
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Old 12th Jun 2021, 00:15
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Originally Posted by Kristi Mroczkowski View Post
I know how long ago this was but I found out last night that this is or was until I kicked him out on Sunday my partner. I would like to know if there is somewhere I can get information on this case. Was he allowed to work as an engineer again? Because he is. Thanks in advance
He maybe have been working in an unlicensed or non-company approval holder position which would probably be acceptable in the employers eyes. Up to them really if they know his history and maybe they discussed it with CASA. If however it was a Licensed position it should raise a few questions and further investigation....assuming of course he has not completed Licence modules and been issued with a Licence in the meantime. Post the previous events, was he legally banned or "black listed" by CASA somehow from working in the industry or holding a licence?

Not defending him and I don't know any of the names at the start of the thread, but the above has to be factored into any potential scenario.
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Old 12th Jun 2021, 11:44
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He maybe have been working in an unlicensed or non-company approval holder position which would probably be acceptable in the employers eyes. Up to them really if they know his history and maybe they discussed it with CASA. If however it was a Licensed position it should raise a few questions and further investigation....assuming of course he has not completed Licence modules and been issued with a Licence in the meantime. Post the previous events, was he legally banned or "black listed" by CASA somehow from working in the industry or holding a licence?

Not defending him and I don't know any of the names at the start of the thread, but the above has to be factored into any potential scenario.
I wouldn't have thought he would have been able to obtain an ASIC to allow him to work in the industry with his criminal record.
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Old 12th Jun 2021, 19:20
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Originally Posted by MELKBQF View Post
I wouldn't have thought he would have been able to obtain an ASIC to allow him to work in the industry with his criminal record.
There are many people with criminal records that have ASICS. They’re approved on case by case basis obviously.
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Old 13th Jun 2021, 22:58
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Originally Posted by Australopithecus View Post
Really? My licence gets scrutinised (EVERY page, including all the blank ones) has to be in order). This happens at every encounter with the training department, so four or five times yearly. Twice on consecutive days in the sim.
That's a lot of times. Perhaps because they can't believe you hold one.

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Old 14th Jun 2021, 09:02
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Is that why they always give a half shake of the head and a surprised “Huh!”, followed by a hushed phone call to someone in SYD?
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Old 14th Jun 2021, 10:29
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I found aFale Lame once.. and he worked for CAs?A. Not only looneys in Non Aviation House but phoneys as well
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Old 14th Jun 2021, 22:07
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There is a very simple solution to this problem.
Sit down with your manager and log in to the CASA Portal and all will be revealed.

When the Manager is happy with the results he then issues with a Company Approval and stamp.

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Old 14th Jun 2021, 22:46
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Originally Posted by havick View Post
There are many people with criminal records that have ASICS. They’re approved on case by case basis obviously.
Aren't ASICs mandatory for bikie club membership these days?
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