Signed virtually by CAA Nepal’s Director, B.R Subedi and CAAi Managing Director, Maria Rueda, the contract extension is an agreement that will cover the provision of Aircraft Maintenance Engineer examinations leading to a CAA Nepal licence.
The exams will continue to be delivered via computer-based exam systems provided by CAAi and technology partner, Aspeq. The exams will utilise CAAi question banks aligned with CAA Nepal requirements based on the UK and European standards.
The ongoing provision of this exam service to CAAN by CAAi helps to provide the opportunity to ensure that all high-stakes AME examinations for CAAN licensing purposes meet the highest international standards of security and integrity, using the latest technology in computer-based exams and relevant and modern question banks, including but not limited to Human Factors, Aviation Legislation, Aircraft Aerodynamics, and Electrical Fundamentals.
Image Source: CAA Nepal website – Pokhara Airport.
Speaking after the signing, Matthew Margesson, Head of International Operations at CAAi, said:
“Following a five-year contract extension, we are delighted to continue to support CAA Nepal with their Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licensing e-Examinations, and we look forward to working with the CAAN team. We are committed to helping other aviation regulators and industry organisations to ensure everybody has the most up to date licensing and latest knowledge in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering to confirm aviation remains safe and trusted globally. This award highlights the enduring partnership between CAAi and CAAN to improve aviation standards.”
The five-year contract extension combines the expertise of CAAi, and New Zealand based technology partner, Aspeq, to provide an electronic examination service with basic AML exams based on the UK and European standards and best practices to support CAA Nepal’s national licensing needs.
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