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The Air Commerce Act of May 20, 1926, was the cornerstone of the Federal government's regulation of civil aviation. This landmark legislation was passed at the urging of the aviation industry, whose leaders believed the airplane could not reach its full commercial potential without Federal action to improve and maintain safety standards. The Act charged the Secretary of Commerce with fostering air commerce, issuing and enforcing air traffic rules, licensing pilots, certificating aircraft, establishing airways, and operating and maintaining aids to air navigation. A new Aeronautics Branch of the Department of Commerce assumed primary responsibility for aviation oversight. The first head of the Branch was William P. MacCracken, Jr., who played a key part in convincing Congress of the need for this new governmental role.
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The primary and overriding responsibility of flight attendants is passenger safety. However, they are often tasked with the secondary function of seeing to the care and comfort of the passengers, insofar as this does not interfere with their safety responsibilities. They are often perceived by the flying public as waitresses or servants because only this latter function is normally seen outside the extremely rare event of in-flight emergency; and historically this perception has been portrayed by airlines in ads and commercials.
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The Universal Pilot Application Service
YEARS AGO, ALPA HELPED establish the Universal Pilot Application Service, Inc., the online system for companies looking for pilots and pilots looking for companies. Since then, UPAS has taken off, with hundreds companies and thousands of pilots using it for help with searches for employees or jobs.
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Universal Pilot Application Service
The Universal Pilot Application Service shows off its web skills with a thoroughly captivating aviation employment mega site. UPAS, an aviation employment powerhouse, uses an innovative approach in matching pilots with companies. Although the service is fee related, youll need to check into UPAS to fully realize the potential here.
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Job Title: Airframe & Powerplant Instructor Streams: Avionics, Mechanical Job No: AARC 28 Department / Business Unit: Theory Training / Training Accountable to: Head of Practical Training / Technical Theory Head of Studies Reporting to: Senior Teacher (Mechanical/Avionics) Our Vision: AARC will be the leading civil and defence aviation training provider in the Gulf Our Values: Teamwork - Professionalism – Quality – Safety PURPOSE The position of Instructor is responsible for the competent delivery of their relevant stream subjects offered within the scope of Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence (AARCOE) course offerings. The Instructor is also expected to participate in the delivery of specialist subjects relevant to their stream which are embedded within other stream courses. DUTIES Instruct the theory and practical requirements within the applicable trade stream. Conduct examinations, and participate in the preparation, correction and assessment of examination papers, student reports and assignments. Participate in the counselling, remediation amd administration of students. Participate in the development and generation of class notes, teaching materials and practical activities. Be involved in the promotion of activities and programs offered by AARCOE. Remain up to date with technological developments in the aerospace industry and in particular, the appointee’s area of expertise. Monitor and self evaluate teaching performance to ensure a high standard is maintained which provides optimal student learning opportunities. Participate in the development, generation and continual review of class notes, and teaching material. Maintain records of course material delivered. Participate in student field excursions and their supervision. Be committed to maintaining current professional competence by active engagement in professional development activities whenever offered by AARCOE. Maintain a current knowledge of relevant industry compliance requirements for Teachers’ / trainers. Maintain and monitor classroom learning activities with due regard to AARCOE’s commitment to workplace health and safety. Undertake other duties as required by the accountable / reporting Manager and Senior Management. Comply with AARCOE’s requirements of: Work Health and Safety (WHS) legislation. Code of Conduct. Policies and Procedures. AUTHORITIES The Instructor has the authority to: Maintain the personal safety of students and peer instructors involved in the delivery of training programs offered by AARCOE. Counsel and/or discipline students in compliance with the organisation’s policies and procedures. SELECTION CRITERIA Qualifications Essential Saudi Technical Instructors will meet the following basic requirements to be considered for employment withing AARC: At least meet GACA English level requirement with CPD to obtain IELTS 6.5 within a year. Appropriate academic qualifications from a recognized university to demonstrate subject matter knowledge for the subject they wish to teach, or recognized professional or technical certification/diplomas which demonstrate appropriate experience and subject matter knowledge. A training qualification equivalent to a Training and Assessment Certificate 4 or Diploma Year is the minimum but bachelor’s degree is highly desirable. At least six years of relevant professional work experience in a developed country. Hold qualifications licensed by GACA/EASA Desirable Current licencing with the General Authority of Civil Aviation of Saudi Arabia (GACA). Experience Essential Demonstrated experience within a line and/or workshop setting or as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. Previous experience (minimum of 3 years) in delivering aviation based technical training programs in the post-secondary, technical or vocational sector. Knowledge and Skills Essential Be an English native speaker OR be able to provide a recent IELTS 6.5 academic certificate (or equivalent). Demonstrated knowledge of education standards and how compliance against these standards is maintained and demonstrated. Demonstrated knowledge of relevant legislation that applies to aviation training. Ability to interpret and apply legislation, regulations, policies and procedures, applicable preferably to a medium to large organisation. Excellent interpersonal, written and oral communication skills. Demonstrated ability to resolve issues through negotiation and consultation with other team members. Strong organisational skills including the ability to prioritise work, to deal with competing demands, manage time effectively and meet deadlines. Well developed problem-solving skills. Demonstrated ability to deal with sensitive issues and maintain confidentiality. Strong computer literacy skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office suite of applications and the ability to become an effective user of new computer systems. Preparedness to undertake training as required. Personal Qualities Essential Enthusiastic, energetic and motivated approach to work. Emotionally resilient in a fast paced teaching environment. Ability to work both independently and within a flexible team environment. Ability to foster a customer focused working environment and build and maintain rapport with staff and students. Ability to interact with internal and external customers from diverse cultural backgrounds, displaying awareness of cross-cultural communication issues. Willingness and ability to demonstrate initiative and accept responsibility.