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CIVIL AVIATION AMENDMENT REGULATIONS 2000 (NO. 10) 2000 NO. 362 - SCHEDULE 1

Amendments

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[1] Regulation 5.26B

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regulations 5.26D, 5.26F, 5.26H, 5.26J and 5.26L:

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this regulation and regulations 5.26F, 5.26G, 5.26GA, 5.26H and 5.26J:

[2] Regulation 5.26B, definition of ACAS-current

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regulation 5.26D.

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regulations 5.26G and 5.26GA.

[3] Regulation 5.26B, after definition of ACAS-current

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ACAS cyclic training means training that is:

(a)
conducted in accordance with an ACAS syllabus by an approved training and checking organisation; and

(b)
part of the tests and checks that are subject to CASA's approval under subregulation 217 (3).

[4] Regulation 5.26B, definitions of ACAS initial training and ACAS renewal training

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syllabus.

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syllabus, other than ACAS cyclic training.

[5] Regulation 5.26B, after definition ACAS syllabus

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"approved training and checking organisation" means an organisation approved under subregulation 217 (3).

"check pilot" means an ACAS-current pilot who conducts ACAS cyclic training.

participant , in relation to ACAS cyclic training, means a pilot who:

(a)
is engaged (whether as an employee or under any other arrangement) to perform the duties of a member of an operating crew of an operator whose approved training and checking organisation conducts the training; and

(b)
is required by the operator to undertake the training.

[6] Regulation 5.26D

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[7] Subregulation 5.26F (1)

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January

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May

[8] After regulation 5.26F

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5.26G ACAS-currency — participants in ACAS cyclic training
(1) A pilot who is a participant in ACAS cyclic training is "ACAS-current":
(a) from the time:

(i)
if the pilot is ACAS-current immediately before the pilot becomes a participant in ACAS cyclic training — when the pilot becomes a participant; or
(ii)
if the pilot is not ACAS-current immediately before the pilot becomes a participant in ACAS cyclic training — when the pilot first completes successfully, as a participant, all the training that is required under the initial training component of an ACAS syllabus; and
(b)
until the pilot ceases to be a participant in ACAS cyclic training.

(2)
For subparagraph (1) (a) (ii), if a pilot completes successfully, before 1 May 2001 as a participant in ACAS cyclic training, all the training that is required under the renewal training component of an ACAS syllabus, the pilot is taken to have completed successfully all the training that is required under the initial training component of an ACAS syllabus.

5.26GA ACAS-currency — non participants in ACAS cyclic training

(1)
A pilo t who is not a participant in ACAS cyclic training is ACAS-current for 12 months from the time when the pilot completes, or is taken to have completed, ACAS initial training or ACAS renewal training in accordance with regulation 5.26H or 5.26J.

(2)
However, if a pilot completes ACAS renewal training in accordance with subregulation 5.26J (1), (2) or (3) more than 9 months and less than 12 months after previously completing earlier training, the pilot is ACAS-current for 2 years from the time when the pilot completed the earlier training.

(3) In subregulation (2):

"completing earlier training "means completing, or being taken to have completed, ACAS initial training or ACAS renewal training in accordance with regulation 5.26H or 5.26J.

[9] Regulation 5.26H, heading

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5.26H Completion of ACAS initial training

[10] Subregulation 5.26H (2)

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(2)
If a pilot ceases to be a participant in ACAS cyclic training, the pilot is taken to have completed ACAS initial training when the pilot first completed successfully, as a participant, all the training that is required under the initial training component of an ACAS syllabus.

(3)
However, if, before 1 May 2001, a pilot completes, or is taken to have completed, ACAS renewal training in accordance with regulation 5.26J, the pilot is taken to have completed ACAS initial training.

[11] Regulation 5.26J, heading

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5.26J Completion of ACAS renewal training

[12] Paragraph 5.26J (1) (a)

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successfully

[13] After subregulation 5.26J (2)

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(3)
A check pilot is taken to have completed ACAS renewal training when the check pilot conducts ACAS cyclic training.

(4)
If a pilot ceases to be a participant in ACAS cyclic training but has completed successfully, as a participant, all the training that is required under the renewal training component of an ACAS syllabus, the pilot is taken to have completed ACAS renewal training when the pilot last completed successfully any ACAS cyclic training.

[14] Regulation 5.26L

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[15] Regulation 262AC, note

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January

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May

[16] Regulation 262AC, note

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5.26L

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5.26J



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