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Old 14th Jan 2022, 09:41
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SEP Revalidation by Experience

Is the CAA form SRG1119E still valid for SEP revalidation?

I have been using SRG1119E to revaölidate my SEP rating and I am wondering if that is still the case post Brexit.

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Old 14th Jan 2022, 16:06
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I hope so because that's the form I've just sent off to the CAA. I was at my local flying club and that's what I filled in with my instructor who I did just over a hour with practising the usual drills.
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Old 14th Jan 2022, 16:39
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I gather that the SRG1119E is no longer valid from 13th Jan 2022 (Ref sky wise.caa.co.uk SW2021/295).

It's replaced with SRG3108 which the applicant fills in online. I revalidated (by experience + 1 hour instructional flight) an SEP rating today for a PPL holder and watched whilst the applicant completed the 3108. It was very straightforward, doesn't require any signatures and provided a licence reissue is not required, free. You can keep a copy of the form (download it, or have one emailed to you) for your records when you've submitted it.

I think you would be able to complete one of these in addition to the 1119E that you have just sent in without anything getting complicated.
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Old 14th Jan 2022, 18:30
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Originally Posted by 36050100 View Post
I gather that the SRG1119E is no longer valid from 13th Jan 2022 (Ref sky wise.caa.co.uk SW2021/295).

It's replaced with SRG3108 which the applicant fills in online. I revalidated (by experience + 1 hour instructional flight) an SEP rating today for a PPL holder and watched whilst the applicant completed the 3108. It was very straightforward, doesn't require any signatures and provided a licence reissue is not required, free. You can keep a copy of the form (download it, or have one emailed to you) for your records when you've submitted it.

I think you would be able to complete one of these in addition to the 1119E that you have just sent in without anything getting complicated.
Thanks. Mine was dated yesterday so I may just get away with it!
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Old 14th Jan 2022, 18:37
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In fact I have done the online form as well - belt and braces and all that!
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Old 14th Jan 2022, 20:11
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You now need to use SRG1157. Either send that to CAA (via e-mail or snail-mail) or complete SRG3108 on-line and you then still need to upload the aforementioned SRG1157 anyhow.
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Old 14th Jan 2022, 23:37
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You now need to use SRG1157. Either send that to CAA (via e-mail or snail-mail) or complete SRG3108 on-line and you then still need to upload the aforementioned SRG1157 anyhow.
Replacing one form (1119E) with two (3108 + 1157) surely cannot be what’s intended, can it…? Please tell me it isn’t.
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Old 15th Jan 2022, 10:44
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Only the examiner or instructor that signs the licence needs to complete and submit the 1157. This needs to be done at the same time as the 3108 since the pilot revalidating has to fill out section 1 of the 1157 and sign where necessary. The examiner then gives the pilot a copy for his file. For revalidation by experience it was historically always an option to use the 1157 anyway. There is no replacement of a form, the authority has just effectively introduced a new online form for the pilot to submit which was not required in the past. The examiner has no involvement in the 3108 and his/her task is virtually unchanged. In fact, by using only the 1157, no recording of hours is required. I predict, in the fullness of time, the authority will realise they no longer know how many hours PPLs are flying!
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Old 15th Jan 2022, 11:31
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I predict, in the fullness of time, the authority will realise they no longer know how many hours PPLs are flying!
Wouldn't surprise me since, for many years, they didn't know how many PPL schools were operating in the UK.
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