FAA Rules Rosta
FAA rules relates to the regulations or standards that govern the operation of aviation programs. Some of these regulations include curriculums for aviation students, aircraft maintenance and air commerce safety. I agree with the proposed rules because they aim at amending operations and curriculums of aviation and maintenance technician schools by enhancing efficiency. Firstly, the proposed rules require that course content be placed in each school’s specifications and operations. This means that it will be easy and efficient to make changes when necessary in the aviation and maintenance schools. Furthermore, it will be easy to alter specific student course items found in each subject. This means that the students will be able to easily adjust to technological advancements in the aviation industry. As such, students will keep abreast of any technological revolution as they arise.
Secondly, the existing course curriculums are considered outdated. According to the existing aviation and technician regulations, amendments can only be made through comment, rulemaking, and notice. This is an outdated practice since a lot of time would be consumed while waiting for concerned parties to comment and give their views on any changes needed. As such, students pursuing this course would lag behind in their school curriculums. Additionally, the proposed modifications would eliminate duplications existing in the current regulations, abolish gender specifications, and clarify existing course requirements.
With the above reasons, the proposed amendments would ensure that students receive timely training in an efficient manner. This means that students would adapt easily to the changing needs in the aviation industry. Furthermore, frequently updating curriculums would ensure that students continually keep up with the rapid technological advancements. As such, including curriculums in the operation of each school would ensure efficiency through expeditious updates.