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Title: Safety and Quality Certification of Aviation Maintenance Technicians, Professionals, and Leaders


1
Safety and Quality Certification of Aviation
Maintenance Technicians, Professionals, and
Leaders
2
  • We are developing…
  • Aviation Maintenance Technician
  • Safety and Quality Certification
  • that is
  • Designed and developed with broad industry
    consensus
  • Offers a clear value proposition for companies
    and individuals
  • Managed by a committed global organization
    comprised of SAE International, PAMA, and PRI

3
PAMA Ends Statement
  • The industry resource for information regarding
    aviation maintenance.
  • Advocate for the aviation maintenance
    professional.
  • Legal Regulatory Affairs
  • Life-long Learning
  • Safety
  • Standardization
  • Industry recognition for the value of the AMT
  • Promoting a positive public image of the aviation
    maintenance profession.

4
Maintenance Certification Achieves the PAMA Ends…
  • Advocating Safety, Standardization, and Life-long
    learning
  • Bringing recognition to technicians as they
    achieve higher levels of certification
  • Promoting a positive public image of the aviation
    maintenance profession.

5
Professional Certification...
  • Enhances quality, reliability, and customer
    delight by
  • Identifying a consensus-driven competency
    baseline.
  • Documenting regulatory compliance.
  • Providing a method of monitoring continuous
    capability.
  • Encouraging employee loyalty and career
    stability.
  • Validates the growing use of specialists to
    accomplish specific tasks.

6
SAE/PAMA Certification
  • Establishes the state of our art for advanced
    knowledge, skill and ability.
  • Provides a method of continuous qualification and
    monitoring.
  • Addresses the looming shortage of technicians by
    focusing on youth.
  • Documents minimum regulatory compliance.
  • Identifies or creates a consensus-driven
    baseline.
  • Validates the growing use of specialists to
    accomplish specific tasks.
  • Recognizes the shifting role of the certificated
    technician to one of technical oversight.
  • Is synonymous with quality workmanship,
    reliability, customer care, reduced rework, lower
    insurance premiums, and increased employee
    loyalty and career stability.

7
  • Three organizations in one with proven track
    records of making things happen

8
  • Non-profit professional technical organization
  • (IRS code 501C6)
  • Created in 1990 by SAE in response to aero
    industry need
  • Annually conducts 3500 technical audits of
    special processes on behalf of worlds primes
  • Conducts 450 QMS (AS9100) audits annually
  • 65 regular staff and 180 contract auditors
  • Offices in
  • Warrendale, PA (World HQ)
  • London
  • Derby
  • Beijing
  • Tokyo

9
I N D I V I D U A L S
C O M P A N Y
Standards Networking Technical Literature Techni
cal Conferences Courses Problem Solving Sessions
(Symposia) Leadership Skills
New Products Cost Reduction Improved
Quality Process Improvements Standards Managem
ent Skills
10
ENTERPRISE ATTRIBUTES
  • Industry Service
  • Proactive Staff
  • Speed to Market
  • Global Impact
  • Recognition
  • Functionality
  • Engage industry leaders

11
ENTERPRISE CAPABILITIES
  • Training
  • Certification
  • Standards
  • Neutral Forum
  • Standards
  • Worlds largest producer
  • De facto ISO standards
  • Consensus building expertise
  • Neutral Forum
  • Mitigates legal concerns
  • Promotes common objectives
  • Administrative and facilitation expertise

12
  • Appropriately organized with proven capabilities
    to serve the worlds aerospace maintenance sector

13
Industry Feedback on Certification and Training
Rationale
  • Sharpen the Saw
  • Confidence in Customer interaction
  • Establish a standard
  • Develop communication skills
  • High School counselor recommendations
  • Documented skill levels
  • Professionalism and Ethics
  • Human Factors knowledge
  • Quantified body of knowledge
  • Central database of skills and capabilities
  • Enhances specialized skills
  • Develop supervisory skills
  • Regulatory understanding
  • Hone quality skills
  • Verifiable competency/capability
  • Improved aircraft reliability and availability
  • Develop advance digital skills
  • Confidence in ability to do work
  • Willingness to pay higher salaries
  • Develop qualified instructors
  • Centralized approach
  • Identifiable career progression
  • FAA/EASA Compliance
  • Develop workforce with career path/apprenticeship
    programs
  • Higher first pass yield

14
Key Issues
  • Identify and fill industry-wide training gaps.
  • Enhance public awareness of aviation maintenance
    professionals.
  • Promote a structured system of professional
    career paths.
  • Accelerate technician career growth.

15
Aviation Maintenance Technician Safety and
Quality Certification Proposal
  • Draft Program Overview

16
Situation
  • Airline restructuring has shifted much heavy and
    routine maintenance to 3rd parties domestic and
    international.
  • Technical workforce permitted by FAA to be
    non-certificated, supervised by Certificated
    professionals.
  • Regulations are broad and technician training and
    skill requirements without standards Capable
  • FAA efforts to add regulations to raise
    technician skill levels through advanced
    certification have failed.
  • European regulatory certification model is
    onerous.
  • U.S. Industry appears ready to embrace voluntary
    standards for non-certificated and specialized
    skills.
  • Global market respects certification and would
    likely support international standard.
  • Manufacturing skills are not taught or
    certificated outside OEMs.

17
Aviation Maintenance Certification Government and
Industry Market Drivers
  • 2003 GAO study Not enough technicians
  • FAR 145 training program requirements Being
    written into FAR 135
  • Vision 100 Congressional Order Inadequate
    maintenance training
  • FAA HF Skyway proposals Need other ways to
    train technicians to new technologies
  • AC 145.10 Safety focus for improved training
  • FAA Safety Team (FAAST Team) Focus on avoiding
    mistakes
  • FAR Part 66 Attempted to advance training and
    certification standards
  • FAR 147 AMT curriculum does not support todays
    or future technology.
  • PAMA Increasing professionalism and
    recognition.
  • ATEC Schools closing because fewer technicians
    enrolling.
  • FAA-sponsored Aviation Maintenance Technician of
    the Future Summit.
  • Highly competitive environment

18
Aviation Maintenance Certification Proposal
  • Develop a plan to certify aviation maintenance
    professionals along a broad spectrum of
    competencies from entry level technician to
    professional specialists, inspectors and
    supervisors/managers.
  • Solicit and earn consensus and support from the
    aviation maintenance and manufacturing leadership
    stakeholders for a system of voluntary advanced
    standards and training programs.
  • Build a training, education, and experience
    tracking system to provide guidance and
    recognition to technicians as they progress along
    their career paths.
  • Develop testing in concert with established
    aviation maintenance competency standards.
  • Create training syllabi for dissemination to the
    aviation maintenance technician community.

19
Professional Certification Model
20
CAREER PATH - CERTIFICATIONS
Non-certificated worker
Specialist Inspector
Leadership Tech Specialist
AWIM A World in Motion
AP (new, graduate)
Engineer AP Required
Leader AP Required
21
Introduction to Science, Technology, Engineering,
and Math (STEM) Intern/Apprenticeships available
to High School Juniors and Seniors Gen/Fam, Best
Practices, Tool Usage, Regulations, Recordkeeping
Challenge 1 Elementary School Grades 4, 5,
6 Skimmer, JetToy, Steel Can Rover Basic
Propulsion Team Building
Challenge 2 Middle School Grade 7 Motorized Toy
Gears and Motors
Challenge 4 Elementary through High School
Grades 4 10 Electricity and Electronics Writer,
Graphic Artist, Parts and Materials, Engineer,
Production and Fabrication, Marketing
Challenge 3 Middle School Grade
8 Glider Understanding Weight/Lift Force
Motion Problem solving Career orientation
22
Non-certificated worker
AP (Entry level)
CORE SUBJECTS Technical Data FARs - Part 65, AC
43.13 SUPS OSHA/EPA Precision Meas. Tools Safety
First Aid Communications DrugFree
Workplace Forms-Recordkeeping Human
Factors Customer Delight and Teambuilding
23
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Specialist
Engineer AP Required
25
Composite Bonded Structures Specialist (Projected)
26
Manager AP Required
CORE SUBJECTS Supervisory skills Teambuilding
and Customer Delight Recordkeeping Communicatio
ns Business Overview Recordkeeping Training
oversight Regulatory compliance Audits
27
  • Achievement of PAMA Aviation Maintenance
    Technician (AMT) Certification
    Requirements
  • 10 years documented aviation experience
  • or
  • Baccalaureate degree from an accredited
    college
  • Established baseline in the following
    leadership competencies

28
PAMA Board has committed to
  • Pursue Certification of Aviation Maintenance
    Professionals
  • Global Standard Bearer of Professional
    Maintenance

29
PAMA Supporters
  • Will you help identify and overcome roadblocks as
    they appear?
  • Will you be an advocate for the success of this
    initiative with your public support for its
    merits with
  • Aviation Industry leaders?
  • Individual Maintenance Professionals?
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