Aircraft Pilot examiners
Holders of an examiners certificate shall not conduct skill tests, proficiency checks or assessments of competence of an applicant for which the competent authority is not the same that issued the examiner's certificate, unless they have reviewed the latest available information containing the relevant national procedures of the applicant's competent authority.
As per ARA.FCL.210 Commission Regulation (EU) 1178/2011 (as amended with 245/2014 – effective from April 03rd 2014), CCAA has notified the Agency (EASA) the national administrative procedures, requirements for protection of personal data, liability, accident insurance and fees applicable in its territory, which shall be used by examiners when conducting skill tests, proficiency checks or assessments of competence of an applicant for which the competent authority is CCAA.
To facilitate dissemination and access to the information received from competent authorities, the Agency published this information on following web site: “Examiner Differences Document”.
From April 03rd 2014, Examiners are obliged to read in detail “Examiner Differences Document” – part of the document for Croatia, as published by EASA.
All CCAA test and check forms used by examiners have the following declaration in accordance with FCL.1030 (b) (3)(iv):
'I hereby declare that I, [name of examiner], have reviewed and applied the relevant national procedures and requirements of the applicant’s competent authority contained in version [insert document version, i.e. 01-2014] of the Examiner Differences Document. [enter date & signature]'.
Only Examiners who have been certified by another competent authority shall enter the appropriate details in that field.
Any queries related to any of the examiner’ issues, should be referred by email to: email@example.com