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COMPETENCY CHECK ORDER

FOR MED TECHNICIANS


Document Information

Document No: Issue No: Date:

0000.00 Issue 1.0-00 20-02-2017

Title:

COMPETENCY CHECK ORDER

Summary:

Originator 1: Signature:

Name: Ziad saeed AL-Ghamdi


Title: Maintenance Planner

Originator 2: Signature:

Name: Engr. Mohammed T. Organji


Title: Maintenance Planning Manager, MED

Approved: Signature:

Name: Engr. Saleh M. Al-Motirey


Title: Director General, MED

Authorized: Signature:

Name: Dr. Saleh Hashboul Al-Ghamdi


Title: Acting Chief Executive Officer, SANS
Distribution:
This Order is distributed to all affected program elements within Saudi Air Navigation Services.

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Document Control

This document is subject to formal document control. Changes to the previous formally issued
document will be indicated by sidelining the right hand side of the change from the previous
document where possible. The change will be circulated by either amendment or up-issue. The
change will also be indicated by having the new issue or amendment status marked up at the top right
hand part of the page affected. The changes will be recorded in the Issue Control Record.

Issue Control Record

Issue No. Date Section Description

Issue 1.0-00 21 Nov 2016 All Initial document issue

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION1. INTRODUCTION....................................................................................................... 4

1.1. OBJECTIVE ................................................................................................................................ 4

1.2. REVISIONS ................................................................................................................................. 4

1.3. DEVIATIONS FROM PROCEDURES ...................................................................................... 4

1.4. SAFETY ...................................................................................................................................... 4

1.5. MODIFICATION ........................................................................................................................ 4

1.7. RESPONSIBILITIES................................................................................................................... 4

1.8. IMPLEMENTION RESPONSIBILTY:....................................................................................... 5

1.10. IMPLEMENTATION REFERANES: ....................................................................................... 5

1.11. IMPLEMENTATION METHEDOLOGY: ............................................................................... 5

SECTION2. MANAGERIAL PROCESSES .................................................................................... 6

2.1. COMPETENCY CHECK PROCESS .......................................................................................... 7

2.2. 1st FAILING OF CHECK PROCESS .......................................................................................... 8

2.3. 2nd FAILING OF CHECK PROCESS ........................................................................................ 9

SECTION3. UPDATE PROCESS....................................................................................................10

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SECTION1. INTRODUCTION

1.1. OBJECTIVE

The purpose of this Order is to be a guide line to assess the competence level of all technical staff who
are maintaining the Air Navigation Systems. The result of the assessment will represent the ability of
the technical staff to conduct maintenance activities according to General Authority of Civil Aviation
(GACA) and Saudi Air Navigation Services (SANS) standards, and will represent the training needs
where required to improve the ability of the technical staff.

1.2. REVISIONS

Users of this Order are requested to make suggestions and recommendation to improve this order in
an annual basis.

1.3. DEVIATIONS FROM PROCEDURES

Deviations from this Order shall be made only with written permission from SANS through the
Director General, Maintenance Engineering Directorate.

1.4. SAFETY

All personnel shall take Safety precautions always while implementing this order.

MED/Sectors must allow the President of (SS&AT) or his team to have access to all facilities and
documentation during on-site oversight activities in order to allow the President to determine
compliance with GACAR-173

1.5. MODIFICATION

Unauthorized modifications to this Order are not permitted. Proposed modifications such as
increasing reliability, minimizing safety hazards should be submitted to Director General,
Maintenance Engineering Directorate for review and approval.

1.6. RESPONSIBILITIES

It is the responsibility of the Maintenance Engineering Directorate to maintain and monitor this Order.

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1.7. IMPLEMENTION RESPONSIBILTY:

Sector Manager is responsible of implementing this Order and use all required resources in order to
achieve the main objective. The training specialist at each Sector shall organize and coordinate with
Sections’ Supervisor to implement this order activities.

The following table represents the related parties involved in the implementation process of this order:
Department Role Involvement
Sector Manager Manage and oversee Full Time
Training Specialist Organize and coordinate Full Time
Section Supervisor Coordinate and/or Examine Full Time
Site Supervisor Examine and/or Observe As Required
Senior Technician Examine and/or Observe As Required
Safety Specialist Observe Full Time
Note: SANS Safety & Quality Management might be attending any of the scheduled competence
checks.

1.8. IMPLEMENTATION REFERENCE:

 ICAO Annexes
 GACA Regulations
 SANS Orders
 Manufacturer Technical Manuals
 Job Training Standard

1.9. IMPLEMENTATION METHEDOLOGY:

The competency check for each certified technician who is maintaining Air Navigation Systems shall
be conducted in an annual basis (every Gregorian calendar year). Sector training’s specialist and
sections’ supervisors are the key players in the implementation process of this order.

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SECTION2. MANAGERIAL PROCESSES

Managerial processes provide the guiding principle of administrative tasks and activities to ensure
compliance of these activities with the applicable management standards.

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Process Number 2.1

Process Type managerial

Process Name Competency Check Process

No Process Steps Responsibility Required Work


Maintain a list of all certified
1 Record Training Specialist
technicians in the sector
Coordination with training specialist
2 schedule Section supervisors shall schedule all certified technicians
to be checked during the year.
Reviewed and approved by the end of
Review and approve the developed
3 Sector Manager December of each year.
competence check plan
Send the approved plan to the
Planning Manager in Maintenance
4 Send the approved plan Sector Manager
Engineering Directorate first week of
January of the planned year
Filled and used to officially document
5 Use forms Training Specialist the competence check.

Competency Check Result Form shall


6 Send with the monthly report Sector Manager
be filled.

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Process Number 2.2

Process Type managerial

Process Name 1st Failing of Competence Check

No Process Steps Responsibility Required Work

1 Suspend Sector Manager Suspend the technician’s certification


Arrange with Training Specialist for a
2 Training Section supervisors special On Job Training which shall
not exceed one (1) month
Re-schedule the technician for second
competence check immediately after
completion of OJT.
3 Re-schedule Training Specialist The second competency check result
should be included the monthly
report.

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Process Number 2.3

Process Type managerial

Process Name 2nd Failing of Competence Check

No Process Steps Responsibility Required Work


Suspend the technicians from the
shifts and memo to MED Director
1 Suspend Sector Manager
must be sent to suspend the shifts
allowance
Shall put the failed technician through
2 Training Training Specialist the process of attending theoretical
and practical certification exams JTS

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SECTION 3. UPDATE PROCESSES

Maintenance Planning Manager or designee shall be responsible for maintaining an up-to-date “Competency
Processes” order. This order shall be reviewed on yearly basis, beginning one year after the date of publication
and update it if required. If updates are needed, the following steps are to be implemented:

Process Number 3.1

Process Type managerial

Process Name UPDATE PROCESS

No Process Steps Responsibility Required Work


Highlight the words, lines, and pages
1 Indicate Changes Requester
that contain changes.
Memo to Dr. Gen. MED to request the
2 Requesting Update Requester required changes with justification for
those changes.
If changes are accepted forward to
3 Approving changes Dr. Gen. MED Maintenance Planning (MP) for
implementing changes.
Administrative Type the approved changes and send
4 Updating Document
Assistant to MP Manager.

Manager
5 Reviewing Maintenance Review the updated document.
Planning
Sign the updated document from
6 Approving Updated Document Dr. Gen. MED
authorized personal.
Manager
Request to make a copy of the
7 Coping the signed document Maintenance document as required.
Planning

Manager Prepare a memo from Dr. Gen. MED


to concerned departments including
8 Sending copies of the document Maintenance requester with updated document
Planning attached.

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APPENDIX (A)

1) Competency Plan schedule (FORM-1)

This form to be used to schedule all technicians with the beginning of the calendar year.

2) Competency Check Result (FORM-2)

This form to be used to record the name of technicians they have been evaluated and to be send to
MED (Training Specialist) with the end of the calendar year.

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SANS
MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING Competency Plan schedule (FORM-1)
DEPARTMENT

SECTOR COMMS NAV AUTOMATION RADAR OTHER:………….

Subject Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
 Name 1 31 1 28 1 31 1 30 1 30 1 30 1 31 1 31 1 30 1 31 1 30 1 31

1 AMHS

2 NAN

RADI THALES N THALES


3 REATHION MSSR Frequentis3020X DVOR 432O LOCALIZER
421AN

THALES DME
4 THALES PSR
415/435
AMHS

Jotron 7000 &


5 SELEX MSSR
3000
OTHER

NORMARC
6 GLIDE SLOPE ATS
7032B/7034B

Rohde & ATIS UHER


7 Schwarz 4200 Voice Recording
OTHER OTHER

Eventide Voice
8 THALES MSSR Schemed ICS200
Recording System

AMHS
9 REATHIONPS SR

RADAR NAV DATA COMMS OTHER NOTE: The schedule is a sample

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COMPETENCY CHECK RESULT (FORM-2)

Technician Name ID Specialization Cheek Date Marks/Grade


Number

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APPENDIX (B)

TYPE OF EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS No. PAGES

1-ATIS-UHER 4-7

2-Eventide Voice Recording 8-11

3-Frequentis 3020X VCS 12-15

COMMINACATION 4-Jotron 7000 & 3000 16-19

5-Rohde & Schwarz 4200 20-23

6-Schmid ICS200 24-27

7- ND Satcom SkyWAN VSAT 28-31

1-NORMARC GLIDE SLOPE 33-31

2-NORMARC LOCALIZER 37-40

3-THALES DME 415/435 41-44

4-THALES DVOR 432 45-48

NAVIGATION
5-THALES GLIDE SLOPE 422 49-52

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6-THALES LOCALIZER 421 53-56

7-THALES TACAN 453 57-66

8-THALES VOR 431 61-64

1-RAYTHEON MSSR 66-69

2-RAYTHEON PSR 70-73

SURVELLANCE 3-SELEX PSR + MSSR 74-77

4-THALES PSR + MSSR 78-81

1-AMHS 83-85

AUTOMATION 2-ATAS 86-90

3-NAN 91-94

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COMMUNICATION

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COMPETENCY EVALUATION
ATIS UHER Voice Recording System

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

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Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the recording system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
2.3 Replacement of a defective hardware.

2.4 Recording channel parameter setup.


Replay and export of a recording directly from
2.5
the recorder.
Replay and export of a recording from the
2.6
replay workstation.
2.7 Perform archiving and impounding.

3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly Preventive Maintenance
3.3
Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

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Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

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COMPETENCY EVALUATION
Eventide Voice Recording System

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

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Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the recording system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
2.3 Replacement of a defective hardware.

2.4 Recording channel parameter setup.


Replay and export of a recording directly from
2.5
the recorder.
Replay and export of a recording from the
2.6
replay workstation.
2.7 Perform archiving and impounding.

3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly Preventive Maintenance
3.3
Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

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Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

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COMPETENCY EVALUATION
Frequentis 3020X VCS

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

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Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 TMCS login and system monitoring.
2.3 Fault finding procedures.

2.4 Replacement of a defective hardware.


2.5 Perform a Role/Mission configuration.
Perform a telephone configuration that
2.6
includes phone interface and DA layout.
Perform a frequency configuration that
2.7
includes radio interface and radio layout.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.8 equipment’s that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly Preventive Maintenance
3.3
Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

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Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

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COMPETENCY EVALUATION
Jotron 7000 & 3000 Series Radios

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

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Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak
A. Technical Understanding: 50%
1. General
Enumerate and describe the different documentations
1.1 that are necessary for the maintenance of the radio
system.
1.2 Describe the radio system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within the radio
1.3
system.
Describe the function of each component within the
1.4
radio system.
Describe the interconnection between the different
1.5
components of the radio system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status indications
2.1
of a transmitter/receiver/transceiver.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.

2.3 Replacement of a defective radio.


2.4 Measurement of forward and reverse power.

2.5 Measurement of cavity filter loss.


2.6 Perform cavity filter tuning.
Perform power and modulation level adjustment
2.7
according to the correct values.
Perform squelch level adjustment according to the
2.8
correct value.
2.9 Set the correct IP address of the Radio/SC/RC.

2.10 Perform bite measurements.


Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.11 equipment’s that are necessary for the maintenance of
the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that outlines the
3.1
preventive maintenance of the radio system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly and Annual Preventive
3.3
Maintenance Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the Preventive
3.4
Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

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Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

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COMPETENCY EVALUATION
Rohde & Schwarz 4200 Series Radios

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

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Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak
A. Technical Understanding: 50%
1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the radio system.
1.2 Describe the radio system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the radio system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the radio system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the radio system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of a
transmitter/receiver/transceiver.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
2.3 Replacement of a defective radio.

2.4 Measurement of forward and reverse power.


2.5 Measurement of cavity filter loss.

2.6 Perform cavity filter tuning.


Perform power and modulation level
2.7
adjustment according to the correct values.
Perform squelch level adjustment according
2.8
to the correct value.
2.9 Perform bite measurements.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.10 equipment’s that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
radio system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled
3.2
when conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly and Annual Preventive
3.3
Maintenance Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

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Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 23 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
Schmid ICS200/60 VCS

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 24 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak
A. Technical Understanding: 50%
1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 RMCS login and system monitoring.

2.3 Fault finding procedures.


2.4 Replacement of a defective hardware.

2.5 Perform a Role configuration.


Perform a telephone configuration that
2.6
includes phone interface and DA layout.
Perform a frequency configuration that
2.7 includes radio interface and radio channel
button.
Configure a pre-defined speed dial on an
2.8
operator position.
2.9 Perform a master/slave server switchover
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.10 equipment’s that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled
3.2
when conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly Preventive Maintenance
3.3
Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 25 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 26 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 27 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
ND Satcom SkyWAN VSAT System

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 28 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
SkyNMS login and system monitoring
2.2 (Jeddah & Riyadh ACCs). Lineup Manager
for remote sites.
2.3 Fault finding procedures.

2.4 Replacement of a defective hardware.


Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.5 equipment’s that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Semi-Annual Preventive
3.3
Maintenance Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 29 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 30 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 31 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


NAVIGATION

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 32 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
NORMARC GLIDE SLOPE 7032B/7034B

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 33 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6756.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 34 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6756.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2 Sections 1.3, 1.6, 1.10, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16,
1.7, and 2.7.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 35 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 36 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
NORMARC LOCALIZER 7014B

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 37 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6752.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 38 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6752.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2 Sections 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 1.10, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15,
1.16, 1.7 and 2.7.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 39 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 40 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
THALES DME 415/435

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 41 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6731.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 42 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6731.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2
Sections 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 1.10, 1.11, and 2.6.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 43 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 44 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
THALES DVOR 432

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 45 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6795.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 46 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6795.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2 Sections 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 1.10, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13,
1.14, and 2.6.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 47 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 48 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
THALES GLIDE SLOPE 422

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 49 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6755.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 50 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6755.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2 Sections 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 1.10, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15,
1.16, 1.17 and 2.6.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 51 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 52 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
THALES LOCALIZER 421

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 53 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6751.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 54 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6751.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2 Sections 1.3, 1.6, 1.10, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.16,
1.7, and 2.7.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 55 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 56 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
THALES TACAN 453

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

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Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
11 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6782.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 58 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6782.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2
Sections 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 1.10, 1.11, and 2.5.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 59 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 60 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
THALES VOR 431

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 61 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment's that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Perform the Monthly PMI (for Junior Techs)
or Quarterly PMI (for Senior Techs) according
3.1
to the procedures in Section 5.2 or 5.3 of
Maintenance Order 6791.4A?
3.2 Understand the logic behind the various steps?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 62 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
1 Find the technical manual within 5 min?

Find the preventive maintenance procedure


2
within 5 min?
3 Find the tools required by the procedure?
4 Find the various steps in their correct order?
5 Work carefully?
Put away his tools after executing the
6
procedure?
7 Put away his documentation after use?

C. Safety 15%
Observe the personnel safety instructions in
1
Section 1.8 of Maintenance Order 6791.4A?
Observe the equipment safety instructions in
2 Sections 1.3, 1.4, 1.6, 1.10, 1.11, 1.12, 1.13,
1.14, and 2.6.
D. Duration 10%
Complete the Monthly PMI within one (1)
1
hour or Quarterly PMI within four (4) hours?
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Find the form corresponding to the type of
1
work to be done?
2 Fill in the form correctly?

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 63 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 64 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


SURVELLANCE

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 65 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
RAYTHEON CONDOR MK2D SERIES 300 MSSR

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

1. GACA Order No. 6316.50 Raytheon CONDOR MK2D Series 300


Reference Documents Preventive Maintenance Handbook.
2. Equipment Technical Manuals.

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 66 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General

Enumerate and describe the different


1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate/locate the different components
1.3
within the system.
Local CMS, login and determine operational
1.4
status of the MSSR System.

2. Preventive Maintenance

Perform one of the PMI Tasks. (Task to be


2.1
selected by the examiner)
Explain the necessity of performing this PMI
2.2
task.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3
equipment necessary for the task.

3. Corrective Maintenance

If the result of the PMI task is not within the


3.1 prescribed standards and tolerances, perform
the fault-finding procedures.
3.2 Equipment shutdown.

3.3 Replacement of a defective hardware.

3.4 Equipment start up.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 67 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct Technical
1
Manual given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
task done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 68 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 69 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
RAYTHEON ASR-10SS MK2 PSR

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

1. GACA Order No. 6315.53 SELEX ATCR-33S + SIR-M RADAR


Reference Documents Preventive Maintenance Handbook.
2. Equipment Technical Manuals.

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 70 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General

Enumerate and describe the different


1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate/locate the different components
1.3
within the system.
SCDI, login and determine the operational
1.4
status of the facility.

2. Preventive Maintenance

Perform one of the PMI Tasks. (Task to be


2.1
selected by the examiner)
Explain the necessity of performing this PMI
2.2
task.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3
equipment necessary for the task.

3. Corrective Maintenance

If the result of the PMI task is not within the


3.1 prescribed standards and tolerances, perform
the fault-finding procedures.
3.2 Equipment shutdown.

3.3 Replacement of a defective hardware.

3.4 Equipment start up.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 71 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct Technical
1
Manual given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
task done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 72 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 73 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
SELEX ATCR-33S + SIR-M RADAR

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

1. GACA Order No. 6315.53 SELEX ATCR-33S + SIR-M RADAR


Reference Documents Preventive Maintenance Handbook.
2. Equipment Technical Manuals.

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 74 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate/locate the different components
1.3
within the system.
Determine the technical characteristics and
1.4 operational status of the facility utilizing the
Local CMS and LCPs.
2. Preventive Maintenance
Perform one of the PMI Tasks. (Task to be
2.1
selected by the examiner)
Explain the necessity of performing this PMI
2.2
task.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3
equipment necessary for the task.
3. Corrective Maintenance
If the result of the PMI task is not within the
3.1 prescribed standards and tolerances, perform
the fault-finding procedures.
3.2 Equipment shutdown.
3.3 Replacement of a defective hardware.

3.4 Equipment start up.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 75 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct Technical
1
Manual given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
task done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 76 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 77 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
THALES TRACON STAR 2000 + RSM 970

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

1. GACA Order No. 6315.50 THALES TRACON STAR 2000 +


Reference Documents RSM 970 Preventive Maintenance Handbook.
2. Equipment Technical Manuals.

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 78 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate/locate the different components
1.3
within the system.
Local CMS, login and determine operational
1.4
status of the MSSR System.
2. Preventive Maintenance
Perform one of the PMI Tasks. (Task to be
2.1
selected by the examiner)
Explain the necessity of performing this PMI
2.2
task.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3
equipment necessary for the task.
3. Corrective Maintenance
If the result of the PMI task is not within the
3.1 prescribed standards and tolerances, perform
the fault-finding procedures.
3.2 Equipment shutdown.

3.3 Replacement of a defective hardware.


3.4 Equipment start up.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 79 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct Technical
1
Manual given a five minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five minute time frame.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
3
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
4
correct order.
5 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
6
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
7
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
task done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 80 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 81 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


AUTOMATION

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 82 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
Aeronautical Message Handling System (AMHS)

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 83 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Replacement and software installation of a
defective hardware devices. i.e. Server,
2.3
Operator Working Position, LAN
printer…etc.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.4 equipment’s that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly Preventive Maintenance
3.3
Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to explain the various steps of the
3
contingency plan procedure.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
4
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
5
correct order.
6 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
7
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
8
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Ability to locate spare parts and tools.

3 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 85 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 86 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
Air Traffic Automated System
(ATAS)

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 87 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

A. Technical Understanding: 50%

1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
Describe the system architecture review,
1.2
THALIX OS and HMI orientation.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Replacement and software installation of a
2.3 defective hardware device through Hardware
Configuration Tools HCT.
Replacement of 2K*2K Monitor, CISCO
2.4
Router, Switch, and P-Line.
Monitoring and management of the system
2.5 through TKSUP and daily routine tasks i.e.
System Recording, Playback …etc.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.6 equipment’s that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly Preventive Maintenance
3.3
Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak

B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to explain the various steps of the
3
contingency plan procedure.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
4
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
5
correct order.
6 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
7
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
8
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Ability to locate spare parts and tools.

3 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 89 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 90 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


COMPETENCY EVALUATION
National ANS Network
(NAN)

Technician Name

ID Number

Specialization

Sector/site

Date of Evaluation

Reference Documents

Examiner
Name & Signature

Observer
Name & Signature

Sector Manager Name &


Signature

COMPETENCY EVALUATION Page 91 of 108 ISSUE NO:02.00


Technical Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak
A. Technical Understanding: 50%
1. General
Enumerate and describe the different
1.1 documentations that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
1.2 Describe the system architecture.
Enumerate the different components within
1.3
the system.
Describe the function of each component
1.4
within the system.
Describe the interconnection between the
1.5
different components of the system.
2. Corrective Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the different status
2.1 indications of each component within the
system.
2.2 Fault finding procedures.
Familiarity and proper use of tools and test
2.3 equipment’s that are necessary for the
maintenance of the system.
3. Preventive Maintenance
Enumerate and describe the document that
3.1 outlines the preventive maintenance of the
system.
Enumerate the forms that are to be filled when
3.2
conducting the preventive maintenance.
Perform the Monthly Preventive Maintenance
3.3
Tasks.
Explain the necessity of performing the
3.4
Preventive Maintenance.

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Procedural Performance

Result
# Task
Excellent V. Good Good Weak
B. Performance 20%
Ability in locating the correct manual given a
1
five-minute time frame.
Ability to find the correct operating procedure
2
given a five-minute time frame.
Ability to perform daily and weekly system
3
check.
Ability to perform specific link check on the
4
NAN NMS System.
5 Ability to diagnose the link problem.
Ability to find the proper tools required by the
6
procedure.
Ability to implement steps/procedures in their
7
correct order.
8 Ability to work with due care and caution.
Organize and return the tools in their proper
9
place upon completing the job.
Organize and return the documents in their
10
proper place upon completing the job.
C. Safety 15%
Ability to observe personnel safety
1
instruction.
Ability to observe equipment safety
2
instruction.
D. Duration 10%
Ability to observe the duration indicated in the
1
procedure.
2 Ability to locate spare parts and tools.

3 Exceeded the indicated duration by  10%  20%  30%  >30%

E. Maintenance Forms Management 5%


Ability to find the form corresponding to the
1
type of work to be done.
2 Ability to fill the form correctly.

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Observations

Reasons For Observed Mistakes

 Apprehension  Tiredness  Lack of motivation


 Lack of basic scientific  Lack of technical
 Poor English
knowledge knowledge

Proposal For Complementary Training

 Basic scientific training  Technical training  English

Discipline

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Motivation

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Initiative

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Teamwork

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Authority

 Excellent  Very good  Good  Weak

Additional Comments

A B C D E TOTAL

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