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Regulatory Requirements for Canadian Aircraft Maintenance Engineers by Michael J. Culhane

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All Canadian AME's (M, E and S ratings inclusive) must successfully pass the Transport Canada Regulatory Requirements exam (REGS) that covers the applicable provisions of the Aeronautics Act, CARs, Airworthiness Manual and a host of other regulatory sources. Since the minimum passing standard on this exam is at least 70 percent, candidates will need to have a mastery of the required regulatory subjects.

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Free Expedite post Shipping to Canadian addresses! All Canadian AME's (M, E and S ratings inclusive) must successfully pass the Transport Canada Regulatory Requirements exam (REGS) that covers the applicable provisions of the Aeronautics Act, CARs, Airworthiness Manual and a host of other regulatory sources. Since the minimum passing standard on this exam is at least 70 percent, candidates will need to have a mastery of the required regulatory subjects. This training text authored by Canadian lawyer Michael J. Culhane, ATPL BSc BA JD has been carefully designed to provide a complete, comprehensive and organized source of the necessary regulatory materials that must be known for the AME Regulatory Requirements examination. In Part 1 of our text, all required regulatory materials have been provided in plain English as sourced from the relevant Canadian legislative enactments and standards. In Part 2 of our training manual, a series of 10 realistic REGS sample exams have been provided including answers and cross references. Those that complete this training text will find it to offer a focused, user-friendly and comprehensive system to learn the required materials quickly and effectively and will be invaluable towards mastering the Transport Canada AME Regulatory Requirements exam. This text is completely up to date for the latest AME Licence training standards. 380 pages, perfect bound. ISBN 978-1-895801-55-2.

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