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Modernizing the Canadian Aviation Regulations: Personnel Training, Qualifications and Licensing

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Consultation has concluded

Transport Canada is conducting an aviation safety regulatory review to modernize the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs).

We want your comments related to personnel training, qualifications and licensing (as related to Part IV and Part VII).

Your feedback will help us transform the aviation regulations to better respond to your needs while maintaining a high level of safety.

How to participate

Join the discussion forum in one of two ways:

  • through the "Join the Conversation" tab below, or
  • by sending a formal written submission through the "Submissions" tab

We encourage you to provide input, regarding personnel training, qualifications and licensing. Participating will help shape the Canadian Aviation Regulations for the future.

Transport Canada is conducting an aviation safety regulatory review to modernize the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs).

We want your comments related to personnel training, qualifications and licensing (as related to Part IV and Part VII).

Your feedback will help us transform the aviation regulations to better respond to your needs while maintaining a high level of safety.

How to participate

Join the discussion forum in one of two ways:

  • through the "Join the Conversation" tab below, or
  • by sending a formal written submission through the "Submissions" tab

We encourage you to provide input, regarding personnel training, qualifications and licensing. Participating will help shape the Canadian Aviation Regulations for the future.

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