ICAO Government Safety Inspector – Personnel Licensing (GSI PEL EN)

ICAO Government Safety Inspector – Personnel Licensing (GSI PEL EN)

ICAO Course


The course provides personnel licensing aviation safety inspectors with the competencies required to conduct specific safety oversight functions in accordance with ICAO’s Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), Model Civil Aviation Regulations (MCARs), and technical guidance.

Learning Objectives

After having successfully completed the GSI PEL, participants will be able to:

  • Establish and maintain a CAA PEL system;
  • Obtain knowledge testing services from an outside provider;
  • Manage a knowledge testing system;
  • Evaluate a license application for completeness and accuracy;
  • Determine if an applicant is eligible for the license sought;
  • Administer, grade, and document the results of knowledge tests;
  • Conduct flight crew license skill tests;
  • Conduct maintenance technician skill tests;
  • Determine the appropriate document to be issued based on the skill test results;
  • Validate and convert foreign licenses; and
  • Suspend or revoke a license.


  • Module 0: Introduction
  • Module 1: ICAO Licensing Obligations
  • Module 2: The PEL System
  • Module 3: Medical Certification Process
  • Module 4: Designate an Aviation Medical Examiner
  • Module 5: Examining Principles: Knowledge, Skill, and Language Proficiency
  • Module 6: Deciding to Develop and/or Obtain Licensing Tests
  • Module 7: Conduct Application Phase: Determine Application’s Acceptability
  • Module 8: Conduct Evaluation Phase: Determine Applicant’s Eligibility
  • Module 9: Conduct Demonstration Phase: Manage Knowledge Test Administration
  • Module 10: Conduct Demonstration Phase: Manage FCL Skill Test Administration
  • Module 11: Conduct Demonstration Phase: Manage AMT Skill Test Administration
  • Module 12: Conduct Issuance Phase: Issue Appropriate Document
  • Module 13: Validation and Conversion of a Licence
  • Module 14: Surveillance of Licensed Aviation Personnel
  • Module 15: Compliance and Enforcement Action

Primary Target Population

This course is designed for CAA licensing office staff, such as: flight crew licensing operations inspectors, maintenance licensing inspectors, and licensing officers or administrative licensing staff.

Entry Requirements

Participants are required to read, write, speak, and understand the English language.

Upcoming Sessions

Dates Location Host Fee
28 Aug - 15 Sep, 2022
Cairo , Egypt
United for Aviation Technology Services (United ATS)
3,950.00 USD
25 Sep - 13 Oct, 2022
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Saudi Academy of Civil Aviation
26 Sep - 14 Oct, 2022
Schiphol-Rijk, Netherlands
JAA Training Organisation (JAA TO)
3,995.00 EUR
10 - 28 Oct, 2022
Johannesburg, South Africa
Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) - Aviation Training Academy
4,300.00 USD
28 Nov - 16 Dec, 2022
Tunis, Tunisia
Académie Tunisienne de Formation en Sûreté de l’Aviation Civile (AFSAC)
3,550.00 USD
5 - 23 Dec, 2022
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Ethiopian Aviation Academy
4,500.00 USD
5 - 23 Dec, 2022
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Ethiopian Aviation Academy
4,500.00 USD
23 Jan - 10 Feb, 2023
Agadir, Morocco
Loumed Cabin Crew Training Center (LCCTC)
3,400.00 EUR
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Course Info
Language: English
Delivery Mode: Classroom
Duration: 15 Days / 120 Hours
Level: Technical
Max Participants: (16 with 2 instructors)