Avionics B2 (Elect. Inst, AFS and Radio).Basic Function:Coordinates. Develops, prepares and conducts basic type courses in respective category of equipment and systems, leading to a general understanding for concerned staff or of employee licensing for actual maintenance practice. Updates materials on a continuing basis, maintains supplies utilized in courses, and carries out necessary reporting and follow-up of student performance. Attends approved courses as required for instructor’s approval on new equipment or systems introduced to KAC operations. Tasks and Duties : Performs the following duties in assigned Engineering Training unit:
Coordinates and participates in the preparation and maintenance of course materials for inclusion in basic or type class instruction. Includes course syllabi, instructional notes, overhead projections, examinations and handouts. Prepares all course materials according to approved KAC and international civil aviation standards and prepares course syllabus for onward submission to the offices of the Director General, Civil Aviation (DGCA) for legal approval, if for a type course leading to certification and licensing. Maintains all course materials in central control library.
Conducts basic courses in respective discipline for employees completing their approved apprenticeship, trainee mechanics, engineers and flight crews. Includes basic theory of respective systems and operational instruction on typical systems or equipment. This entails the use of audio visual equipment, charts and schematics, models scrapped parts, and visits to workshop and hangar, to demonstrate the practical applications of theories presented.
Develops and maintains own skills and license/approval to enable induction of certified courses. Includes attending DGCA approved courses held by aircraft equipment vendors, and completing base training with DGCA certified airline operators which includes up to four weeks. Participates in actual shift work in desired systems maintenance and repair, and prepares course materials and trial instruction under the auspices and supervision of the concerned Training Supervisor. Following review of his case file, obtains formal DGCA approval of ability to instruct aircraft type courses.
Completion of Scientific Secondary (12 years) education, plus 3 years’ formal apprenticeship training and certification in applicable discipline.
6 years' post-apprenticeship experience in category maintenance including 3 years’ as an Instructor on KAC utilized equipment OR to have three full Engineering Approvals on the respective trade on KAC Operated Aircraft types.
Possession of maintenance level license in respective category, or legal approval to instruct such maintenance.