⚠️ Who is TRE Boeing 737 ✈️
Type Rating Examiner for Boeing 737 300-900 or TRE B737 or simply TRE(B737) - anyway commonly known as TRE B737 is a certificate authorizes the holder to provide skill tests and proficiency check on specific variants constituting into common EASA typerating Boeing 737. Advanced privileges of TRE B737 are also to provide assessments of competence towards TRI Boeing 737 and SFI B737. Your TRE B737 will also automatically cover also the privileges of SFE B737.
Before obtaining the Type Rating Examiner Certificate on Boeing 737 the future examiner has to attend certain training driven by flight school or directly by competent authority. Privileges of TRE Boeing 737 also include the initial ATPL(A) skill tests and MPL(A) skill tests associated with Boeing 737 type.
Once obtained, you will be allowed to let the pilots fly on famous Boeing 737. Isn't that awesome? ❤️
Boeing 737 ✅ assessment of competence
TRE Assessment of Competence - is a checkride with Senior Examiner - Senior TRE B737 required to attend to gain the TRE Boeing 737 certificate. As required by FCL.1020 applicants for an Type Rating Examiner certificate shall demonstrate their competence to an inspector from the competent authority or a senior examiner specifically authorised to do so by the competent authority responsible for the Type Rating Examiner certificate through the conduct of a skill test or proficiency check in the Type Rating Examiner role for Boeing 737 type rating, including:
- conduct of the typerating skill test or proficiency check
- assessment of the person to whom checkride is given,
- debriefing and recording documentation.
Requirements ✅ for TRE B737
Iaw FCL.1010.TRE, an applicant for an TRE B737 is considered to be holder of Type Rating Examiner certificate for multi pilot aeroplanes.
He has to be holder of
- airline transport pilot license - ATPL(A) and
- Type Rating Instructor - TRI B737 certificate
An applicant for TRE B737 shall have completed 1500 hours of flight time as a pilot of multi-pilot aeroplanes, of which at least 500 hours shall be as PIC.
For the initial issue of an TRE certificate, have completed at least 50 hours of flight instruction as a TRI or SFI in the Boeing 737 aircraft or an FSTD representing any variant of Boeing 737. For purpose of this requirement it is also sufficient to gain those hours as TRI B737 with LIFUS privileges. So the line training you provide as TRI is counted towards the initial TRE requirement.
Boeing 737 Examiner training
The examiner training is called Examiner standardization and required by FCL.1015. An applicant for an Type Rating Examiner certificate shall undertake Type Rating Examiner standardisation course. The standardisation course consists of theoretical and practical instruction and usually includes following:
- the conduct of 2 skill tests or proficiency checks for the Boeing 737 type rating;
- instruction on the applicable requirements in this part and the applicable air operations requirements, the conduct of skill tests or proficiency checks and their documentation and reporting;
- a briefing on the national administrative procedures, requirements for protection of personal data, liability, accident insurance and fees.
- a briefing on the need to review and apply the items when conducting skill tests or proficiency checks of an applicant for which the competent authority is not the same that issued the Type Rating Examiner certificate; and
- an instruction on how to get access to these national procedures and requirements of other competent authorities when needed.
The competent authority may provide the Type Rating Examiner course itself or through an arrangement with an ATO.
The course should last for the Type Rating Examiner, at least 3 days, divided into:
- theoretical training (1 day) and
- practical training in an FFS conducting real or role-played proficiency checks, skill tests or assessments of competence (at least 2 days).
The competent authority or ATO should determine any further training required before presenting the candidate for the examiner assessment of competence with Senior Examiner.
Since the examiner privileges are to include the conduct of proficiency checks for the revalidation or renewal of an instrument rating, practical instruction should include the conduct of at least four instrument check profiles in the role of examiner. This training is conducted in the aircraft if approval for testing or checking in the aircraft is required. If examiner privileges in both FSTD and aircraft are required, at least one of the instrument check profiles should be conducted in an FSTD. The training includes:
- conduct of the skill test and proficiency check, assessment of the applicant to whom the test or check is given,
- debriefing and recording or documentation under the supervision of an examiner of the appropriate category on the applicable type.
Extension of Examiner privileges ✅
For extension of an examiner certificate to further types (as required for TRE), further practical training on the new type may be required, consisting of the conduct of at least one test or check profile in the role of examiner on the new type, including briefing, conduct of the skill test and proficiency check, assessment of the applicant to whom the test or check is given, debriefing and recording or documentation under the supervision of an examiner of the appropriate category on the applicable type. A further examiner check on the new type may be required, which may be supervised by an inspector of the competent authority or a suitably authorised senior examiner.
Privileges of TRE on B737 ✈️
In accordance with FCL.1005.TRE - the privileges of Type Rating Examiner - TRE B737 are to conduct:
- skill tests for the initial issue of Boeing 737 typerating;
- proficiency checks for revalidation or renewal of Boeing 737 including type-related Instrument rating;
- skill tests for ATPL(A) issue on Boeing 737;
- skill tests for MPL issue on Boeing 737, provided that the examiner has complied with the requirements in FCL.925;
- assessments of competence for the issue, revalidation or renewal of a TRI B737 or SFI B737, provided that they have completed at least 3 years as a TRE (any type) and have undergone specific training for the assessment of competence in accordance with FCL.1015 (b).
Validity of TRE B737 series
In accordance with FCL.1025(a), Type Rating Examiner certificate is valid for 3 years. Examiner's certificate can be revalidated within 12 months immediately preceding the expiry date. If you are a holder of more than one category of examiner - e.g. you are holder of TRE Boeing 737 and TRE Cessna 525 with FE(A), all examiner privileges may be revalidated if you comply with the requirements laid down in points FCL.1020(b)(1) and FCL.1020(b)(2) and point FCL.1020 for one of the categories of examiner certificates held.