Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2023/989 changes

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2023/989 changes

In view of the forthcoming Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2023/989 changes which will take effect from 12th June 2024, KLM UK Engineering Technical College staff are currently working to ensure we remain compliant with our UKCAA and EASA Part 147 approval to deliver Part 66 training.

 

The introduction of Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2023/989 will see a divergence of the Part 66 basic knowledge requirements between UKCAA and EASA.  This will affect the way we deliver our examinations and the ability to offer UKCAA and EASA certification for a single sitting module exam. 

 

To that end, from 12th June 2024 any student enrolling onto a KLM UK Engineering Technical College provided online Part 66 Basic module/course will follow one of our defined pathways.

 

The pathways are:

 

  • Path 1: Access to our UKCAA compliant Part 66 modules, examination to UK CAA specification and awarding of a UK CAA Certificate of Recognition (CoR) following successful completion of the associated examinations.
  • Path 2: Access to our EASA Reg EU 2023/989 compliant Part 66 modules, examination to EASA Reg EU 2023/989 specification and awarding of an EASA Reg EU 2023/989 Certificate of Recognition (CoR) following successful completion of the associated examinations.
  • Path 3: Access to our UKCAA and EASA Reg EU 2023/989 compliant Part 66 modules, examination to UK CAA and EASA Reg EU 2023/989 specifications (this will require sitting of 2 exams for the respective module) and awarding of an UK CAA and an EASA Reg EU 2023/989 Certificate of Recognition (CoR) following successful completion of the associated examinations.
 

 

Our online customers whose study commenced before 12th June 2024 will be provided a Certificate of Recognition (CoR) for both UKCAA and EASA when successfully completing our current dual compliant single examination when the examination is successfully completed before 11th June 2024.  Any examination taken after this date will require confirmation by the customer as to which pathway, as above, they wish to follow.

For students/customers who form part of our external organisation arrangement, your lead tutor will provide you details of the agreed plan for your program moving forward.

For individuals who have received UKCAA and/or EASA Certificates of Recognition before the 12th June 2024, we can confirm that UK and EASA member state competent authorities will accept the respective  certificates for licence application without any requirement to undertake any additional examinations.

We hope that we have provided you with sufficient information on this transition and for  detailed information on the changes please visit EASA PART-66 REGULATION CHANGE: COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 

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