AMSCR-CRFI Course Certification Package
All Students should register individually to ensure correct certification
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Please Note: Read through the course thoroughly and ensure that you have correctly answered each of the Progression Quizzes, and taken notes.
You have three attempts at achieving a passing grade of 100 % included with this course purchase.
If you do not achieve 100 % after three attempts you may take the Final Test again at an additional cost of $100 CDN per attempt by registering for the AMSCR-CRFI Exam Only.
Although the major impact of the Canadian version of GRF has been the requirement to report runway conditions by thirds for most airports with runways exceeding 6,000 ft with commercial traffic, there are significant changes to aircraft movement surface condition and friction measurement reporting protocols for all other airports.
As per the 15th May 2020 amendments to the Aeronautics Act, all runway inspectors (RIs) will have to be trained and certified to file AMSCRs (RSCNOTAMs). The new suite of AMSCR courses provides training and certification based on safe and best practice and the requirements of the Aeronautics Act and current Advisory Circulars (ACs) including AC 300-019.
This course has been designed and produced over twenty months to provide experienced and novice CPs alike gain and demonstrate the knowledge they need to competently perform runway inspections and to demonstrate their competence, both in the field and through certification with federal government requirements.
The course is comprehensive and covers all of the subjects addressed in the previous WAMSCR course plus the year-round inspection and reporting requirements for certified airports of all sizes. This training course also fulfills the requirements of non-certified aerodromes wishing to provide the same condition reporting services.
Course subjects include:
Inspection, assessment and reporting of conditions for all aircraft movement surfaces (AMS)
Runway overall conditions (non-thirds reporting)
Paved and un-paved surfaces
Operational friction measurement and reporting
by runway third
For entire runway length (CRFI)
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