GEMS Complies With EASA Changes

General Examination Management Systems (GEMS) now allows exam generation and delivery in compliance with the new requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) regulation, which comes into force August 1. GEMS provider ASTech will provide a software solution for exam management to its customers that complies with EU1149/2011.The commission regulation, EU1149/2011, affects both EASA Part 147 approved training organisations that offer basic and type training and those that are correspondingly involved in basic and type examinations, as well as license holders of EASA category B1 and B2.

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