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Work Schedule writin
08-06-2014, 04:30 PM
Post: #1
Hi, I am currently doing my DCAM Part66 B1.1 license.

as most of you would expect, I am also currently collecting my work schedule and my question regarding writing it is;

is it accepted that I wrote the tasks I've done one per page? and i printed mine in A4, landscape.

some is saying that I can't and I supposed to write two or three per page and there's also other saying its ok as long as I'm following the correct format. I can't find any reference on this and I'm hoping that any of you could share on how you write yours and maybe some have wrote your work schedule like how I did. Im a bit worried as I have got most of my work schedule validated and assessed. Thanks!
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08-07-2014, 09:00 PM
Post: #2
There is NO standard format.
As long as you have the necessary details of work and duly endorsed.
One per page is a waste of paper, do you want to impress by the sheer thickness of the work schedule?

Real planes have propellers!
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08-11-2014, 03:50 PM
Post: #3
(08-07-2014 09:00 PM)torx Wrote:  There is NO standard format.
As long as you have the necessary details of work and duly endorsed.
One per page is a waste of paper, do you want to impress by the sheer thickness of the work schedule?

No,its not that I'm trying to impress with the thickness of the work. Its just don't want to have any "conteng" or cut if did any mistake during writing. I ended up scrap the whole sheet and wrote all the tasks again so I decided to write one per page. I know its a waste of paper, get that a lot. I'm just more comfortable writing it in that format.

Thanks for replying! Cheers
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08-12-2014, 11:21 AM
Post: #4
FYI,
I hand written all my workschedules to DCA.
My TYPE rating workschedule was also handwritten and only have 16 pages.
Do you get my drift? It's the contents that matters.
Also you're gonna annoy whoever is vetting through your thick pile of paperwork.
So much paper so 'little' content?
Save them trees lah..

Real planes have propellers!
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08-18-2014, 08:40 PM
Post: #5
(08-12-2014 11:21 AM)torx Wrote:  FYI,
I hand written all my workschedules to DCA.
My TYPE rating workschedule was also handwritten and only have 16 pages.
Do you get my drift? It's the contents that matters.
Also you're gonna annoy whoever is vetting through your thick pile of paperwork.
So much paper so 'little' content?
Save them trees lah..

I will definitely keep that in mind.. Thanks again Smile
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08-23-2014, 11:15 PM
Post: #6
You're most welcome.
Send me a copy of your work schedule page.
I am intrigued to read what you have done and recorded... Big Grin

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10-01-2014, 07:14 AM
Post: #7
hi , I wanna know what task can i fill in the logbook if i got OJT in warehouse,store or facilities and security department?

i really wanna know...=)
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10-01-2014, 07:50 AM
Post: #8
Let's understand the intentions of having a log book.
It is a log, ie recorded activities that you do inline with your 'training'

What should it contains?
All applicable activities that qualifies to support your training needs and requirements.

What would warehouse/store/facilities etc be in the aviation environment?
What knowledge or process that you can be directly involve or indirectly involve or affected?

A very interesting place would be security.
How would security helps you in this?
Let's hear it.

Real planes have propellers!
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10-01-2014, 12:14 PM
Post: #9
(10-01-2014 07:50 AM)torx Wrote:  Let's understand the intentions of having a log book.
It is a log, ie recorded activities that you do inline with your 'training'

What should it contains?
All applicable activities that qualifies to support your training needs and requirements.

What would warehouse/store/facilities etc be in the aviation environment?
What knowledge or process that you can be directly involve or indirectly involve or affected?

A very interesting place would be security.
How would security helps you in this?
Let's hear it.

Torx, can I answer? Please, can I
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10-01-2014, 03:28 PM
Post: #10
Let's give them newbies a chance... hehe

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