The Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia (CAAM) has signed a five-year contract extension with CAA International (CAAi), for the continuation of electronic examination services for Flight Crew and Aircraft Maintenance Engineer exams.
The contract was signed at the Singapore Airshow by Dato’ Sri Azharuddin Abd Rahman, Director General of Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia and Maria Rueda, CAAi Managing Director. Under the new agreement, the UK CAA will continue to provide the CAAM with Part-AME and Part-FCL examinations, based on European aviation standards, to support CAAM’s National Licensing needs. The contract also covers the respective National Malaysia Air Legislation (AME) and Air Law (FCL) examinations, all delivered in an electronic, computer-based format.
Matthew Margesson, Head of International Operations for CAAi said, “We are delighted to continue our long-standing relationship with the CAA Malaysia, spanning over 40 years of aviation examination support. This contract extension demonstrates the value the CAAM, and the Malaysian aviation industry have seen from our e-Exams services. We’re proud to be able to support the CAAM with their examination requirements and we remain fully committed to delivering our e-Exams to the high standards that CAAM have learnt to expect from the UK CAA”.
From 2013-2017, the CAAM conducted over 15,000 Part-FCL and over 10,000 Part-AME exams using CAAi’s electronic examination services. With continued market growth projected for the Malaysian aviation industry, this number of exams is expected to rise over the coming years.
CAAi recently launched the new Quadrant e-Exam delivery platform for the CAAM. The new version features an enhanced candidate experience and the latest technological software platform, allowing for a more efficient monitoring of question banks and candidate exam performance.
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