Presentation on theme: "Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration IACRA Integrated Airman Certification and/or Rating Application Overview Presentation Version 6.0."— Presentation transcript:
Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration IACRA Integrated Airman Certification and/or Rating Application Overview Presentation Version 6.0 created for use with IACRA 4.x.x only DESIGNATED PILOT EXAMINERS KEN PANNELL, ASI FY 2008
Federal Aviation Administration 2 IACRA FY 2008 Presentation Synopsis This presentation provides a walkthrough (with accompanying screenshots) of an applicant applying for a Private Pilot certification. Additionally, the presentation shows how all associated members of the process (Designated Examiner, Recommending Instructor, etc) use IACRA to complete this private pilot certification. Information on additional certifications is provided at the end of the this presentation.
Federal Aviation Administration 3 IACRA FY 2008 What is IACRA? IACRA, the Integrated Airman Certification and/or Rating Application, is a web-based application that uses online validation and digital signatures to verify the output data. Upon successful completion of the IACRA process, the Registry issues applicants a permanent airman certificate.
Federal Aviation Administration 4 IACRA FY 2008 What Does IACRA Do? Processes applications for airman certification via the web Interfaces with critical elements of multiple FAA databases for data validation and verification Automatically ensures applicants meet regulatory and policy requirements Implements use of digital signatures throughout certification process Automatically produces results documents
Federal Aviation Administration 5 IACRA FY 2008 The Integrated ACRA (IACRA) Solution Consistent, Intuitive User Interface Online Context-Sensitive Help Ease of Administration Ease of Upgrade & Deployment Paperless System
Federal Aviation Administration 6 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Benefits Reduction of data errors through auto checking Reduction in the number of rejected applications Reduction in FAA transaction costs Adoption of a single airman tracking number Uniformity of interpretation of airman certification regulations Improved accuracy and filing time for PTRS (1563, 3529, 5529) Improved management oversight capabilities Promotion of data sharing Elimination of distribution of software media Compliance with GPEA by mandated Oct. 03 through use of digital signatures
Federal Aviation Administration 7 IACRA FY 2008 Who Are IACRA Users IACRA users include the Federal Government, Aviation Industry and the Public. Examples include: Airman Applicants Recommending Instructor (CFI) Designated Examiners (DPE, DME, TCE, APD) Training Center Program Managers (TCPM) Aviation Safety Inspectors (ASI) Aviation Safety Technicians (AST) Aircrew Program Managers (APM) Airman Certification Representatives (ACR)
Federal Aviation Administration 8 IACRA FY 2008 What Certifications/Ratings Does IACRA Currently Issue? (operations) Airline Transport Pilot Commercial Pilot Private Pilot Recreational Pilot Student Pilot LOA Original Issuance LOA Authorized Instructor 14 CFR part 141 Flight School / 14 CFR part 142 Training Centers 14 CFR part 121 Advanced Qualification Program (AQP) 14 CFR part 142 Training Center from Pvt Pilot to ATP Original Issuance Certificated Instructor (original issuance, added rating, renewal, and reinstatement) Ground Instructor (original issuance and added rating) Authorized Instructor Instrument Rating Type Ratings
Federal Aviation Administration 9 IACRA FY 2008 What Certifications/Ratings Does IACRA Currently Issue? (operations) Original Sport Pilot Certification Sport Pilot Added Endorsement Sport Pilot Certificated Flight Instructor Sport Pilot Ground Instructor Light
Federal Aviation Administration 10 IACRA FY 2008 What Certificates Will IACRA Issue in the Future? Crew Members Other Than Pilots –Aircraft Dispatcher Path –Flight Engineer –Control Tower Operator –Flight Navigator –Re-Issuance Paths
Federal Aviation Administration 11 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Business Process Overview Data Mart Digital Signature FAA Firewall The Registry Internet Airman Applicant Certifying Officer (FAA or Designated Examiner) IACRA Recommending Instructor
Federal Aviation Administration 12 IACRA FY 2008 Database Integration IACRA integrates with the following organizations/databases: AVS Data Mart ATS – Airman Testing Standards (Knowledge Testing) PTS – Practical Test Standards NVIS - National Vital Information Subsystem NPTRS – National Program Tracking and Reporting System (1563, 3529, and 5529 records only) Airmen – Comprehensive Airman database Reference - lookup tables from mainframe sources
Federal Aviation Administration 13 IACRA FY 2008 Required Software Only the Microsoft Internet Explorer Web browser (v5.5 and higher) and Adobe Acrobat Reader (v5.0 and above) are required for users to access the application.
Federal Aviation Administration 15 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Walkthrough Introduction The following demonstration shows how to use IACRA in a typical 14 CFR part 61 certification process scenario. This walkthrough shows the following: 1.The IACRA registration process. 2.An applicant filling out the application. 3.The RI selecting the application, following all items on the RI Checklist, and adding a digital signature. 4.The Certifying Officer (DE) selecting the application, validating the airman’s ID, and reviewing the airman test results. 5.The applicant digitally signing the application. 6.The CO (DE) entering test results, entering limitations, and performing all of the other tasks on the Certifying Officer checklist. 7.The CO (DE) digitally signing the application. 8.An example of a temporary certificate.
Federal Aviation Administration 16 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Home Page
Federal Aviation Administration 17 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Home Page Registration
Federal Aviation Administration 19 IACRA FY 2008 First Name Middle Name Last Name Name Suffix Phone Address User Name Password Confirm Register
Federal Aviation Administration 20 IACRA FY 2008 Additional Instructions IACRA Help
Federal Aviation Administration 21 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Help
Federal Aviation Administration 22 IACRA FY 2008 Applicant Registration (con’t) If a Student Certificate Include Letters Before Numbers and Leave Out Dash
Federal Aviation Administration 23 IACRA FY 2008 Text Description to the Residence THE APPLICANT IS NOW REGISTERED
Federal Aviation Administration 24 IACRA FY 2008 Transition At this point, the Applicant Registration is complete and an FAA Tracking Number (FTN) has been generated for the applicant, which he records for future use. The Recommending Instructor must now register (for the purposes of this overview – though in reality, the RI could have registered long before or even after the applicant). The RI registration is far less complex than the applicant registration. This is due to the validation process IACRA uses to ensure that the data requested from the RI at registration is validated in national FAA databases as being accurate and current.
Federal Aviation Administration 29 IACRA FY 2008 Certificate Number Date of Issuance Designee Number FSDO First Name Middle Name Last Name Name Suffix Phone Address User Name Password Confirm Register
Federal Aviation Administration 30 IACRA FY 2008 Certificate Number Date of Issuance Designee Number FSDO First Name Middle Name Last Name Name Suffix Phone Address User Name Password Confirm Register Security Questions DPE Registration
Federal Aviation Administration 31 IACRA FY 2008 This is Where the Lookup Tables Will Check Your Inputs
Federal Aviation Administration 32 IACRA FY 2008 Transition Now that all of the participating parties have registered, the process starts with the applicant filling out an IACRA application. The applicant has Registered and has been returned to the IACRA Home Page where he is required to Log In to begin a new application.
Federal Aviation Administration 33 IACRA FY 2008 Certification / Application Module Login As: Applicant FTN: User Name: Password: Log In
Federal Aviation Administration 34 IACRA FY 2008 Start or Retrieve application
Federal Aviation Administration 35 IACRA FY 2008 Certification / Application Module PILOTS START READ TIPS Start New Application
Federal Aviation Administration 36 IACRA FY 2008 Step 1Personal Information Step 2Certificate Sought Step 3Certificate Held Step 4Medical, Drugs, English Step 5Aeronautical Grid Step 6Validation X ? Certification / Application Module
Federal Aviation Administration 37 IACRA FY 2008 Certification / Application Module Is My E- Mail Right This Time?
Federal Aviation Administration 38 IACRA FY 2008 Certification / Application Module Certificate Sought Data Step 2 Select Standard Required Test Information
Federal Aviation Administration 39 IACRA FY 2008 Certification / Application Module Completion of Required Test First Aircraft Total Time PIC Time OK
Federal Aviation Administration 40 IACRA FY 2008 Certification / Application Module CE 172-NCESSNA OK
Federal Aviation Administration 41 IACRA FY 2008 Certification / Application Module Completion of Required Test First Aircraft Total Time PIC Time OK
Federal Aviation Administration 61 IACRA FY 2008 Transition The applicant now must contact his Recommending Instructor so that the RI can verify the applicant’s knowledge test information and digitally sign the application.
Federal Aviation Administration 65 IACRA FY 2008 RI Retrieve Application ENTER APPLICANT’S FTN
Federal Aviation Administration 66 IACRA FY 2008 RI Select Application Select Continue
Federal Aviation Administration 67 IACRA FY 2008 RI Checklist View 8710 Recommending Instructor’s Checklist
Federal Aviation Administration 68 IACRA FY 2008 RI Checklist: View Form
Federal Aviation Administration 69 IACRA FY 2008 RI Checklist: View Form View Knowledge Test.
Federal Aviation Administration 70 IACRA FY 2008 RI Enters Knowledge Test Information
Federal Aviation Administration 71 IACRA FY 2008 RI Reviews Applicant’s Certificate View Applicant’s Certificate Summary
Federal Aviation Administration 72 IACRA FY 2008 RI View Applicant Certificate Summary CLOSE
Federal Aviation Administration 73 IACRA FY 2008 RI Checklist Sign 8710 Or Reset Application
Federal Aviation Administration 74 IACRA FY 2008 RI Digitally Signs Application SIGN APPLICATION
Federal Aviation Administration 75 IACRA FY 2008 RI Digitally Signs Application CLICK HERE TO SIGN
Federal Aviation Administration 76 IACRA FY 2008 RI Digitally Signs Application Recommending Instructor (e-sig info)
Federal Aviation Administration 77 IACRA FY 2008 RI Checklist
Federal Aviation Administration 78 IACRA FY 2008 Transition Now, the applicant must meet with his Certifying Officer (in this case, a Designated Examiner) in order to complete the application. When he meets with his Certifying Officer, the CO must verify his identity and then log into IACRA and retrieve his application, so that both the CO and the applicant can digitally sign the application, as shown on the following slides.
Federal Aviation Administration 79 IACRA FY 2008 CO: Applicant Retrieval Login As: DESIGNATED EXAMINER FTN: User Name: Password: Log In
Federal Aviation Administration 94 IACRA FY 2008 Transition IACRA opens the login page so that the applicant can log in, retrieve, and digitally sign his application as the CO witnesses him perform the process.
Federal Aviation Administration 95 IACRA FY 2008 Applicant Login LOG IN
Federal Aviation Administration 96 IACRA FY 2008 Applicant Application Retrieval Start or Retrieve App
Federal Aviation Administration 98 IACRA FY 2008 Digital Signature Preview Preview Application
Federal Aviation Administration 99 IACRA FY 2008 Digital Signature Preview
Federal Aviation Administration 100 IACRA FY 2008 Applicant Digital Signature SIGN APPLICATION
Federal Aviation Administration 101 IACRA FY 2008 Applicant Digitally Signs Application Click to Sign Signed
Federal Aviation Administration 102 IACRA FY 2008 Applicant Digital Signature Close Browser
Federal Aviation Administration 103 IACRA FY 2008 Transition Now that the applicant has digitally signed the application, the CO’s can conduct the practical exam with the applicant. The CO takes his applicant for his practical test for certification in accordance with Practical Test Standards. Upon their return, the CO logs back into IACRA via the IACRA Home Page. The CO selects the application, enters practical test results, and finishes the application process.
Federal Aviation Administration 104 IACRA FY 2008 Certifying Officer’s Checklist Practical Test Results
Federal Aviation Administration 105 IACRA FY 2008 CO: Enter Practical Test Results Test Date Airport ID Airport Location Test Duration Oral Test Duration Aircraft 1 Make, Model Aircraft 1 Registration Number Aircraft 1 ApproveDisapproveDiscontinuance OK
Federal Aviation Administration 106 IACRA FY 2008 CO: Enter Practical Test Results After the CO enters all of the appropriate information (some information requires accessing sub-screens to complete), the CO selects (ideally) the Click Here to Approve link to send the data to IACRA and to signal that this step is complete. Note the CO has the option of generating a Notice of Disapproval or a Discontinuance, should it be necessary.
Federal Aviation Administration 107 IACRA FY 2008 Certifying Officer’s Checklist Enter Limitations
Federal Aviation Administration 108 IACRA FY 2008 CO: Enter Limitations Limitation if needed Examples: HOLDER DOES NOT MEET CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT REQUIREMENTS OF ICAO
Federal Aviation Administration 118 IACRA FY 2008 This is the end of the IACRA application process walkthrough. Access to the IACRA training server can be made with the use of the Internet. We will now walk through how to access the IACRA training server using your computer at your office or home. TRAINING
Federal Aviation Administration 119 IACRA FY 2008 TRAINING
Federal Aviation Administration 120 IACRA FY 2008 TRAINING
Federal Aviation Administration 121 IACRA FY 2008 TRAINING
Federal Aviation Administration 122 IACRA FY 2008 TRAINING
Federal Aviation Administration 123 IACRA FY 2008 TRAINING
Federal Aviation Administration 124 IACRA FY 2008 Transition Depending upon the certificate being sought, different screens can appear other than what was shown in this walkthrough. The next set of slides shows how to use the IACRA Defect Tracking system, should you experience technical issues, have a question, or want to make a feature request regarding IACRA.
Federal Aviation Administration 125 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Defect Tracking Report a Bug
Federal Aviation Administration 126 IACRA FY 2008 IACRA Defect Tracking Be Detailed In Description