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Benefits of CASR Part 66
How will CASR Part 66 benefit you?
CASR Part 66 introduces a new approach to licensing aircraft maintenance engineers, including a new suite of CASRs.
By gaining a CASR Part 66 licence, you will have a licence with greater potential for eventual recognition by other countries.
The main changes to the licensing framework centres on new licence categories, the privileges that each licence confers and the competency-based training requirements that underpin the licence qualification.
As a CASR Part 66 licenced aircraft maintenance engineer you will get the following benefits:
- Operating under regulations that are designed to enhance aviation safety and align the Australian legislation with modern international regulatory practices.
- Being instrumental in maintaining and improving Australia’s international competitiveness in the aviation industry.
- Provision of a perpetual licence, which ultimately means lower costs.
- Enhancement of aviation safety through human factors and Safety Management Systems.
- Greater clarity around the nature of ‘safe standards’.
To ensure continuous improvement of the new look maintenance regulations web-pages, your feedback would be greatly appreciated. Please email any comments or questions to AME.Licensing@casa.gov.au.