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#1702544
Sorry if I’m being thick about this, if someone has done the SRG1160 form recently and successfully could you help me with the following:

The guidance asks for attachments:
Application
Verification of Flight Crew Licence
Certified copy of the Certificate of Revalidation from any existing UK issued Flight Crew Licence.

The first is the form itself I assume.
The second is what I’m asking for...
What is the third? I’m not familiar with what a certificate of revalidation is.

I would assume since the CAA issued my license I don’t need to send a copy of it back to them? So do I just fill the form in and sign and pay without any other attachments?
#1702548
The certificate of revalidation is the part of the licence where you have SEP(LAND) and an expiry date. On old licences this would be a separate page to the main licence, nowadays it is all on one sheet - but they want to see a certified copy of this entry for (presumably) SEP and date.
#1702906
Ok got it now, thanks.

I was looking at it from the myopic viewpoint of having only qualified last year, so haven’t had to do a revalidation test yet.

Technically the CAA would know that too (that it hasn’t reached revalidation point yet) but then I’m being very picky! It’s a very small number of case I am sure.

But it does reminds me of another thread concerning whether a pilot was qualified for the flight he was undertaking and many couldn’t understand why the authorities might not know, because not everything is communicated back to them. In a fully automated world (which clearly we are quite some distance from) everything would be updated electronically and available to those who need it.