Decree Of 25 November 2005 Establishing The Nature And The Programme Of Events From Open Competitions By Specialty For The Recruitment Of Controllers Of Customs And Excise

Original Language Title: Arrêté du 25 novembre 2005 fixant la nature et le programme des épreuves des concours ouverts par spécialité pour le recrutement de contrôleurs des douanes et droits indirects

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JORF n ° 291, December 15, 2005 text no.13 November 25, 2005 order fixing the nature and the programme of events open competitions by specialty for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise NOR: ECOP0500880A ELI: https://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/eli/arrete/2005/11/25/ECOP0500880A/jo/texte the Minister of economy, finance and industry, the Minister of public service and the Minister delegate for the budget and the reform of the State spokesman of the Government, having regard to the amended Act No. 83-634 of 13 July 1983 on the rights and obligations of civil servants, set the Act No. 84-16 of 11 January 1984 containing statutory provisions relating to public service of the State;
Mindful of Decree No. 71-342 of 29 April 1971 as amended relating to the situation of staff allocated to the treatment information;
Mindful of Decree No. 95-380 10 April 1995 amended establishing the specific status of the body of the controllers of the Directorate General of customs and Excise;
Considering the Decree of 10 June 1982 amended concerning programs and the nature of the tests of competitions and examinations on the treatment of information;
Considering the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise;
Considering the Decree of 3 March 1997 laying down conditions of organization of professional recruitment examinations and competitions in services devolved branch of customs and Excise;
Having regard to the order of June 23, 2003 amended list of the specialties of the title which can be open competitions for finding, controller and Inspector of the General Directorate of customs and Excise officer;
Having regard to the proposals of the Director-general of customs and Excise, stop: Article 1 more on this article...

The nature and of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of the Customs and Excise program, opened by speciality, provided for in the II of article 8 of the Decree of 10 April 1995 referred to above, are set according to the following provisions: title I:: branch of the specialty SURVEILLANCE ' surveillance and aeronautical: pilot "chapter I section 2 more on this article...

The external competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the surveillance branch has, in respect of the speciality "monitoring and Aeronautics: pilot" laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams test no. 1 eligibility (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of aeronautics.
Test no. 3 at the option of the candidate, this choice being specified at the time of the application for admission to compete (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): has) mathematics;
b) geography.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (duration: 2 hours; coefficient 5): exercises in flight on aircraft.
Test no. 2 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to aeronautical knowledge followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a technical text worded in English followed by a conversation in the same language. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.

Chapter II Article 3 read more on this article...

Closed the competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and aviation: pilot", laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams test no. 1 eligibility (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of aeronautics.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases, on missions, the Organization and customs regulation. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (duration: 2 hours; coefficient 5): exercises in flight on aircraft.
Test no. 2 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to aeronautical knowledge followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a technical text worded in English followed by a conversation in the same language. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.

Title II: Branch of the SURVEILLANCE specialty "monitoring and aviation: helicopter pilot" Article 4 more on this article...

The external competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the surveillance branch has, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and aviation: helicopter pilot" laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams test no. 1 eligibility (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of aeronautics.
Test no. 3 at the option of the candidate, this choice being specified at the time of the application for admission to compete (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): has) mathematics;
b) geography.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (duration: 2 hours; coefficient 5): helicopter flight exercises.
Test no. 2 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to aeronautical knowledge followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a technical text worded in English followed by a conversation in the same language. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


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Closed the competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and aviation: helicopter pilot ', laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams test no. 1 eligibility (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of aeronautics.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a subject including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases, on missions, the Organization and customs regulation. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (duration: 2 hours; coefficient 5): helicopter flight exercises.

Test no. 2 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to aeronautical knowledge followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a technical text worded in English followed by a conversation in the same language. Any mark less than 12/20 for this paper is eliminatory.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Speciality "surveillance and naval maintenance" Article 6 read more on this article...

The external competition for the recruitment of controller of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and naval maintenance", laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): composition on one or more issues on naval electrical and mechanical know-how.
Test no. 3 at the option of the candidate, this choice being specified at the time of the application for admission to compete (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): has) mathematics (solution to problems or exercises);
(b) electricity and naval electronics (solution to one or more exercises followed by questions).
Test No 4 (optional test) (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): translation without a dictionary, except for Arabic, a text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.


II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to naval electrical and mechanical knowledge followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Test no. 2 (duration: 45 minutes; coefficient 5): Naval maintenance practice.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): interrogation of foreign language consisting of oral translation in french of a written text in a foreign language of choice, followed by a conversation in the same language.
The candidates have the choice between the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
However, this language must be different from the one that the candidate has eventually chosen for the written test optional no.4 eligibility.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Article 7 read more on this article...

The closed competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and naval maintenance", laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): composition on one or more issues on naval electrical and mechanical know-how.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases, missions, organization and customs regulations. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (optional test) (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): translation without a dictionary, except for Arabic, a text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to naval electrical and mechanical knowledge followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Test no. 2 (duration: 45 minutes; coefficient 5): Naval maintenance practice.
Test No 3 (optional test) (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): interrogation of foreign language consisting of an oral translation in french of a text written in the foreign language of choice followed by a conversation in the same language.
The candidates have the choice between the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
However, this language must be different from the one that the candidate has eventually chosen for the written test optional no.4 eligibility.
Test No 4 (optional test) (coefficient 1): test of physical exercises on the running, the top height, the launch of weight and swimming.


Specialty "monitoring and car maintenance" Article 8 read more on this article...

The external competition for the recruitment of controller of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the specialty "monitoring and car maintenance", laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): composition on one or more issues technical Automotive electrical and mechanical knowledge.
Test no. 3 at the option of the candidate, this choice being specified at the time of the application for admission to compete (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): has) mathematics (solution to problems or exercises);
(b) electricity and automotive electronics (solution to one or more exercises followed by questions).
Test No 4 (optional test) (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): translation without a dictionary, except for Arabic, a text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic on Automotive electrical and mechanical knowledge and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: 45 minutes; coefficient 5): practice of automotive maintenance.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): interrogation of foreign language consisting of an oral translation into french of a written text in a foreign language of choice, followed by a conversation in the same language.
The candidates have the choice between the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
However, this language must be different from the one that the candidate has eventually chosen for the written test optional no.4 eligibility.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Article 9 read more on this article...

The closed competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the specialty "monitoring and car maintenance", laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): composition on one or more issues technical Automotive electrical and mechanical knowledge.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases, on missions, the Organization and customs regulation. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (optional test) (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): translation without a dictionary, except for Arabic, a text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
II. Oral tests for admission

Test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 3): exposed on an automotive electrical and mechanical subject followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the Examiners may include practical exercises to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Test no. 2 (duration: 45 minutes; coefficient 5): practice of automotive maintenance.
Test No 3 (optional test) (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): interrogation of foreign language consisting of an oral translation into french of a written text in a foreign language of choice, followed by a conversation in the same language.
The candidates have the choice between the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
However, this language must be different from the one that the candidate has eventually chosen for the written test optional no.4 eligibility.
Test No 4 (optional test) (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Speciality "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: avionics system" Article 10 more on this article...

The external competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the surveillance branch has, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: avionics system" provided for in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): responses to six topics on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of electricity and avionics and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: 1 h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aircraft maintenance.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a technical text worded in English followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Article 11 read more on this article...

Closed the competition for the recruitment of controller of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: avionics system", laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: responses to six topics on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.


I. - Written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases, on missions, the Organization and customs regulation. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of electricity and avionics and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: 1 h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aircraft maintenance.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a written technical text in English, followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (optional) (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Speciality "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell helicopter ' Article 12 more on this article...

The external competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the surveillance branch has, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell helicopter" laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): responses to six topics on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: l h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a written technical text in English, followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Article 13 read more on this article...

Closed the competition for the recruitment of controller of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the specialty surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell helicopter, laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 3: (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases, on missions, the Organization and customs regulations. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test no. 4: (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity, and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: l h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a written technical text in English, followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (optional) (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


I. - Written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.

Test No 3: (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases, on missions, the Organization and customs regulations. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test no. 4: (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity, and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: l h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a written technical text in English, followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (optional) (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Speciality "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell aircraft" Article 14 more on this article...

The external competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the surveillance branch has, in respect of the specialty surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell aircraft provided for in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): responses to 6 topics in technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: 1 h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a written technical text in English, followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


I. - Written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): responses to 6 topics in technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: 1 h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a written technical text in English, followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


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Closed the competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell aircraft ', laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written tests of eligibility and the following admission tests: i. - written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3) : writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): MCQ on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a subject including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases on missions, the Organization and customs regulation. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
II. Oral tests for admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 30 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity, and to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners.
Test no. 2 (duration: 1 h 30; coefficient 5): practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation in french of a written technical text in English, followed by a conversation in the same language.
Test No 4 (optional) (coefficient 1): tests of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Specialty 'monitoring and motorcycling' Article 16 read more on this article...

The competition external recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality "surveillance and motorcycling", provided for in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written qualifying tests and following admission tests: i.-written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): writing a note on a subject of general order relative to economic problems cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): composition on one or more issues of technical knowledge of motorcycling.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): at the option of the administration, composed or summary text of general comment followed by answers to questions on the text.
Test No 4 (optional) (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): translation without a dictionary, except for Arabic, a text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
II. - Extensive oral and practical admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a topic relating to knowledge in the specialty, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
No. 2 (coefficient 5) event: practical exercises of motorcycling.
Test No 3 (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation of a text written in the foreign language chosen, followed by a conversation in the same language. The candidates have the choice between the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian. However, this language must be different from the one that the candidate has eventually chosen for the written test optional no.4 eligibility.
Test No 4 (coefficient 2): test of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


Article 17 read more on this article...

The closed competition for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise of the branch's monitoring includes, in respect of the speciality monitoring and motorcycling, laid down in article 3 of the Decree of 23 June 2003 referred to above, the written qualifying tests and the following admission tests: i.-written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): writing a note on a subject of general order relative to economic problems cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): composition on one or more issues of technical knowledge of motorcycling.

Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases on missions, the Organization and customs regulation. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (optional) (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): translation without a dictionary, except for Arabic, a text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
II. - Extensive oral and practical admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a subject of motorcycling followed from an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
No. 2 (coefficient 5) event: practical exercises of motorcycling.
Test No 3 (optional test) (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation of a text written in the foreign language chosen, followed by a conversation in the same language. The candidates have the choice between the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian. However, this language must be different from the one that the candidate has eventually chosen for the written test optional no.4 eligibility.
Test No 4 (coefficient 2): test of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


I. - Written exams eligibility test no. 1 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): writing a note on a topic of general concern economic, cultural or socio-political of the contemporary world from a folder.
Test no. 2 (duration: 4 hours; coefficient 6): composition on one or more issues of technical knowledge of motorcycling.
Test No 3 (duration: 3 hours; coefficient 3): composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases on missions, the Organization and customs regulation. Three subjects are offered at the option of the candidate.
Test No 4 (optional) (duration: 1 hour; coefficient 2): translation without a dictionary, except for Arabic, a text written in one of the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian.
II. - Extensive oral and practical admission test no. 1 (preparation: 15 minutes; duration: 20 minutes; coefficient 3): presentation on a subject of motorcycling followed from an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
No. 2 (coefficient 5) event: practical exercises of motorcycling.
Test No 3 (optional test) (duration: 10 minutes; coefficient 2): foreign language: oral translation of a text written in the foreign language chosen, followed by a conversation in the same language. The candidates have the choice between the following languages: German, English, Arabic, Spanish, Italian or Russian. However, this language must be different from the one that the candidate has eventually chosen for the written test optional no.4 eligibility.
Test No 4 (coefficient 2): test of physical exercises on the running, high jump, the launch of the weight, and swimming.


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Applicants wishing to undergo the optional tests must specify at the time of their application for admission to compete.


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Regarding all of the external and internal controllers of the aforementioned Customs (all specialities) competitions, programs of the tests included in the body of this order - other than those relating to the written tests of eligibility No. 1 (General knowledge), to the oral tests for admission no. 1 (presentation on a subject of General) - appear in the annex to the present order.


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The Decree of 21 June 2004 laying down the nature and the programme of events open competitions by specialty for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise is repealed.


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The Director-general of customs and Excise is responsible for the execution of this order, which will be published in the Official Journal of the French Republic.


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A N N E X E to the order prescribing the NATURE and the program of tests of contest by specialty open for the recruitment of controllers of customs and rights indirect program specialties ' monitoring and aerospace: pilot airplane or helicopter "i. - written contest external exams test written eligibility of eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: MCQS for Aeronautics technical knowledge: 1. air law and procedures for air traffic control;
2. General knowledge of aircraft;
3 instrumentation;
4 performance and preparation of the flight;
5 meteorology;
6 navigation;
7 operational procedures;
8 flight mechanics;
9 communications IFR.
Details of the tests are given:-for the specialty airplane pilot in the Decree of September 10, 1997, amended by order of September 9, 1998, the programme and the regime of exams for obtaining of the patent and the pilot's licence professional aircraft, and - for the specialty helicopter in the order of 11 September 1997, amended by the Decree of September 10, 1998 on the program and the system of exams for obtaining the patent and the pilot licence professional helicopter.
Written test of eligibility No. 3, option is: Mathematics: 1. numeric functions of one real variable: the program is placed in the context of functions defined on an interval of 18.
Continuity of a function (at a point on an interval).
Continuous reciprocal function of a function strictly monotonic on an interval.
Limit of a function when the variable approaches to a given number, infinity: definitions; limits of a sum, a product, a quotient of functions.
Calculation of numerical and plot graphs.
Derivative at a point. Derived function. Derivative of a sum, a product, a quotient of differentiable functions, the function reciprocal of a strictly monotone differentiable function. Geometric interpretation of the derivative in Cartesian space. Equation of the tangent at a point on the representative curve. Study of the meaning of variation of a differentiable function using the sign of its derivative.
For the study of the representative curve of a function, are out of the study of the concavity of C program, looking for points of inflection and research of asymptotic directions or non-parallel axes asymptotes. However, it is possible to give a straight line D by the equation y = ax + b, and to verify that it is asymptotic to C in justifying that the difference of the y-axis of two points likewise category C and D has limit 0 when x approaches, for example, infinity.
Primitive of a continuous function: set of primitives. Examples of primitives derived from knowledge of derivatives of usual functions. Application to the evaluation of flat areas; property areas, additivity, unit area.
Are non-program the so-called methods of integration by parts and integration by change of variables.
Studied functions:-power, polynomials, and reports of polynomials, derived, primitive functions and graphical representation;
-suites arithmetic and geometric, sum of n terms first.
-circular functions, periodicity, derived, primitives, graphic representation; primitive y = cos (ax + b) and y = sin (ax + b);
-logarithms, derived, limits when the variable positive x tends to infinity, log(x) and Log (x) /x; limit as x tends to 0, of xLog (x); graphical representation.
Other logarithmic functions: relations between the logarithmic basis functions and base e. decimal logarithms.
Exponential functions; derivative; graphic representation; e number; limit ex/x as x tends to infinity.
2 counts. -Statistics. -Probability: Arrangements, permutation, combination without repetition. Applications. Enumeration problems.
Statistical description of a population or a sample. Statistical documents; graphic representations. Numbers, frequencies.
Probabilises spaces finishes [, P(), p]. Examples (of loaded or not, maps, polls, etc.).
Digital random variable, events related to a random x (for example: x = gave; x < gave). discrete density: distribution function, growth; arithmetic mean (or average) and variance of a random variable.
Binomial distribution.
Written test of eligibility No. 3, option b: Geography: geographical organization of the world:-the major divisions of the world: political maps, areas of civilization (cultures, languages, religions);
-levels and pace of development (development poles, networks);
-the peoples of the world and their demographic dynamism;
-the urban fact in the world.
The France in perspective:-Europe;
-the France in Europe;
-the France in the world: cultural, economic and geo-strategic aspects.
The geography of the France:-raw materials;
-energy sources;
-the channels of communication and means of transport;
-the main economic activities;
-economic regions;
-the distribution of the main industrial centres;

-the development of the territory.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
Test to check the knowledge of the candidate in common English, and in particular one used in the aeronautical field. It must therefore be able to translate, understand, and write simple sentences relating to the aircraft, the aerodrome, navigation, meteorology and air traffic.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: exercises in flight on aircraft (specialty airplane pilot) or helicopter (specialty helicopter pilot).
Driving test to perform, as pilot in command of an aeroplane or a helicopter, a flight of two hours approximately, with the following programme: binding under IFR (Instrument Flying Rules: the instrument flight rules) between two equipped aerodromes.
Research in VFR (Visual Flying Rules: visual flight rules) of a secondary field or private research or monitoring tasks assigned to the customs administration.
Work in low altitude.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: presentation on a topic relating to aeronautical knowledge followed by a general, technical or administrative interview with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility No. 2.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language: program identical to that of the written test of admissibility No. 4.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
II. - Competition internal written eligibility test written tests for eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: MCQS for Aeronautics technical knowledge.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility No 2 of the external competition.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: Composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases involving customs missions, the Organization and regulation.
1. the missions of the administration of customs and Excise.
2. Organization and functioning of the administration of the Customs and Excise: a) General Organization of services;
(b) Action by the services of the branch of business operations and general administration and monitoring;
(c)) the conditions of execution of the service: powers of personnel, work arrangements, computerization of services.
3 legislation and regulation: General principles of customs law.
The conduct and implementation of goods.
Customs procedures.
The movement and the detention of the goods.
Customs clearance operations.
Customs perceptions.
Control of the trade.
Control of financial relations with foreign countries.
The statistics compiled by the Directorate General of customs and Excise.
Navigation.
4. the Customs litigation: General characteristics.
Offences: finding, qualifying, and implementation of the sanction.
The persons responsible for.
5 indirect contributions: test written entrance No. 4: foreign language (translation without a dictionary): translation of a technical text written in English.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of admissibility No. 4 for the external competition.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: exercises in flight on aircraft (specialty airplane pilot) or helicopter (specialty helicopter pilot).
The program is identical to that of the oral test for admission no. 1 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: presentation on a topic relating to aeronautical knowledge, followed by a general, technical or administrative interview with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility No. 2.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language. The program is identical to that of the oral test for admission no 2 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
Speciality "surveillance and naval maintenance" i. - competition external tests written test written eligibility of eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: composition on one or more issues on naval electrical and mechanical expertise: internal combustion engines: Definitions General and characteristics of diesel and gasoline engines.
Classification of Diesel and gasoline engines.
Metallurgical problems (notions).
Principles of operation of Diesel engines (cycles, numeric characteristics).
Architecture, description of the main organs of Diesel engines.
Diesel engines air supply two and four times, overeating.
Evacuation of the exhaust gas.
Food fuel (characteristic of the fuel, circuits, descriptive injection and control of pumps).
Refrigeration (need and fluids used, circuits).
Lubrication (purpose, characteristic of oils).
Manoeuvre the engines (start, reversal of market).
Principles of maintenance and maintenance.
Emission standards (purpose, regulation, applied technology).
Propulsion: Type of propulsion.
Lines of tree (studies and design).
Propellers (studies, performance).
Electrical engineering: Principles DC and AC (power and control circuits).
Rotating electrical machines (principle, design, transitional arrangements, performance).
Static converters, transformers (type, principle).
Production and distribution of electric power on board ships.
Standards and principles of wiring.
Maintenance and maintenance of facilities.
Electromagnetic compatibility.
Protection of persons and equipment (hazards, neutral schemes, insulation measurement, protection).
Electronic/automatic: Power electronics and control, main analog and digital circuits.
Basic functions of power electronics (choppers, rectifiers).
PLC (notions).
Digital control (technology of regulators, settings).
Industrial computing (concepts).
Measuring and test equipment.
Written test of eligibility No. 3, option has: Mathematics: program is identical to that of the written test of eligibility # 3A for the external competition in the specialty "monitoring and Aeronautics: pilot (plane or helicopter).
Written test of eligibility No. 3, option b: electricity and naval electronics: electrical engineering: General principles DC and AC (power and control circuits).
Rotating electrical machines (principle, design, transitional arrangements, performance).
Static converters, transformers (type, principle).
Production and distribution of electric power on board ships.
Standards and principles of wiring.
Maintenance and maintenance of facilities.
Electromagnetic compatibility.
Protection of persons and equipment (hazards, neutral schemes, insulation measurement, protection).
Electronic/automatic: Power electronics and control, main analog and digital circuits.
Basic functions of power electronics (choppers, rectifiers).
PLC (notions).
Digital control (technology of regulators, settings).
Industrial computing (concepts).
Measuring and test equipment.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: presentation on a topic relating to knowledge of mechanics, naval electrical and electricity, followed by a general, technical or administrative interview with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practice of naval maintenance.
Programmes of tests Nos. 1 and 2 are identical to those of the written tests of eligibility n ° s 2 and 3 (b), supplemented by the following: health and safety: Construction and architecture of the ship, stability.
Fires and waterways of edge, a principle in the construction, prevention and detection.
Abandonment, survival.
Safeguarding of human life at sea, safety.
Test oral No. 3: querying language: no program.
Test oral No. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
II. - Competition internal written tests for eligibility

Written test of eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: Composition on one or more issues on naval electrical and mechanical know-how.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility No 2 of the external competition.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: Composition on a related topic customs missions, organization, and regulation.
Program is identical to that of the written test of eligibility the internal controller competition, no. 3 in the specialty "monitoring and aviation: pilot (plane or helicopter).
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: presentation on a topic relating to naval electrical and mechanical knowledge followed by a general, technical or administrative interview with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks entrusted to him: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practice of naval maintenance.
The programs are identical to those of the oral tests for admission Nos. 1 and 2 of the external competition, supplemented by the following element: role of IHS and CHS.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
Specialty "car maintenance" i. - written contest external exams test written eligibility of eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: composition on one or more issues on technical knowledge of mechanics and automotive electrical: internal combustion engines: General: principles, types.
Thermal equilibrium, the cooling, the thermal efficiency.
The geometric classification according to the number of cylinders.
The theoretical cycles of operation with two and four-stroke:-cons and remedies; the pressure volume diagram.
Ignition engines:-ignition coil to mechanical trigger;
-electronic ignition system:-first generation said transistorized ignition;
-ignition any transistor said second- or third-generation.
(Injection) compression-ignition engines; diesel and semi-diesel: quick schemes.
Adaptation of motor vehicle Diesel engines.
Explosive mixtures: fuels, fuels, oxidizers.
Lubrication of motors: lubricants, additives.
Emission control techniques (goals, methods, general principles, factors of pollution, pollution control system, role of the components and description, method and technique of control, analysis and research, the catalytic converter).
Other bodies of a motor vehicle: the structure of a motor vehicle.
The bodies of a motor vehicle.
Motor accessories.
The transmission of the power on a motor vehicle.
Air conditioning and ventilation of a motor vehicle.
Electricity: General notions, electric accumulators; load circuits; generators, electric motors; control and alarm devices.
Circuits and controls of a motor vehicle.
Maintenance and repair: maintenance type plans.
The organization practice repair.
Automotive technical inspections (objectives, organs controlled, legal standards).
Regulation: The regulations under the highway code.
The rules respecting vehicles and drivers.
For repair and maintenance regulations.
Shop: calculation of amortization of equipment and break-even point.
Management of equipment and spare parts.
Organization of workstations.
Written test of eligibility No. 3, option has: Mathematics: program is identical to that of the written test of eligibility # 3A for the external competition in the specialty "monitoring and Aeronautics: pilot (plane or helicopter).
Written test of eligibility No. 3, option b: electricity and automotive electronics: laws and fundamentals; law of Ohm and Joule's law;
calculation of resistors, intensities and powers.
Resolutions of simple circuits.
Dynamos and alternators, batteries and Chargers.
The meter and its different functions.
The electrical schematic car; exercises in circuit diagrams.
Electromagnetism.
Laplace's law.
Electromagnetic fields.
Production of electrical energy.
Ongoing, alternative and universal motors.
Engine electronics: ignition and electronic injection, associated systems, technological developments, description, strategy and terminology.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign languages test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: presentation on a subject dealing with knowledge of mechanics and automotive electrical engineering, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practice of automotive maintenance.
Programs are identical to those of the written test of eligibility No 2 of the external competition, supplemented by the following: health and safety: general hygiene rules: Circulation and status of soils; fire, explosion and combating fire, plant and equipment electrical, noise, toxic and dangerous products.
Lifting and handling: handling manual and mechanical, automotive lifts, carts self-propelled, jacks and Jack stands.
Tools and equipment: Machines and special equipment: Protection of machine operators, machine tools; machines and special equipment; testing benches; grinding wheels and grinding; machines circuit of compressed air, compressor and blower.
Welding: Specific work: implementation of fluids under high pressure, washing, cleaning and degreasing, pits of visit, preparation and painting of vehicles, lead-acid batteries, repair and maintenance of the brake linings.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test.
Oral translation in french of a text written in a foreign language: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
II. - Competition internal written eligibility test written tests for eligibility No. 1: writing a note on a subject of General: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: Composition on one or more issues relating to automotive electrical and mechanical know-how.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility No 2 of the external competition.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: Composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases involving customs missions, the Organization and regulation.
Program is identical to that of the written test of eligibility the internal controller competition, no. 3 in the specialty "monitoring and aviation: pilot (plane or helicopter).
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: on an on topic on Automotive electrical and mechanical knowledge followed of a general, technical or administrative interview with allowing them to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practice of automotive maintenance.
The programs are identical to those of the oral admission tests Nos. 1 and 2 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
Specialty "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: avionics» i. - written contest external exams test written eligibility of eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: MCQS on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: responses to six topics on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics.
Programs written eligibility tests Nos. 2 and 3 below are compliant with the standard of courses JAR 147:-mathematical;
-physical (material, mechanical, static, kinetic, dynamic, dynamic fluid, thermodynamics, optics, wave movements and sound);

-electricity (theory of electrons, static electricity and conduction, electrical terminology, power generation, electricity sources current continuous, current circuits DC, resistance, power, capacity/condenser, magnetism, inductance/inductor, motor continuous and theory of the generator, AC circuits, RLC, transformers, filtering theory, power generating AC motors AC);
-electronic: diodes, transistors, integrated circuits, printed circuits servomechanisms;
-digital techniques, electronic instrument systems: systems electronic instruments, number systems, data conversion, data bus, logic circuits, basic structure of the calculators, microprocessors, integrated circuits, multiplexing, fibre optic, electronic display, the electrostatic-sensitive equipment, software management, electromagnetic environment, electronic and digital systems loaded;
-technology of materials and accessories; aeronautical materials ferrous and non ferrous, composite and non-metallic, corrosion, fastening, pipes and fittings, springs, bearings, transmission, control, cables and electrical connectors cables.
-maintenance practices; precautions of safety, practical workshop, tools, test equipment, plans, schemes and standards, games and tolerances, cables and electrical connectors, riveting, pipes, springs, bearings, transmissions, control cables, boilermaking, welding, brazing, welding and metallization, mass and centring aircraft, implementation of the aircraft, and storage, inspection techniques, repair, assembly/disassembly, abnormal events, maintenance procedures;
-Basic aerodynamics: atmospheric physics, aerodynamics, theory of flight, flight stability and dynamics;
-human factors: human performance and limitations, social psychology, factors affecting performance, physical environment, tasks, communication, human error, risks in the workplace;
-aviation legislation: regulatory framework, JAR 66, JAR 145, OPS 1 and 3, aircraft certificate, national and international requirements;
-aerodynamic aircraft, structure and systems: theory of flight, structures, autopilot, communication/navigation, power generation, cabin, commands of flight, instruments, lighting and maintenance system embedded.
-propulsion: turbine, driving and motor control instruments engine.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: on a topic on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practice of aircraft maintenance.
The oral tests for admission n ° s 1 and 2 programs are identical to those of the written tests of eligibility Nos. 2 and 3.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
II. - Competition internal written eligibility test written tests for eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: MCQS on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility No 2 of the external competition.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: Composition on a subject including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases involving customs missions, the Organization and regulation.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility closed competition, no. 3 in the specialty "monitoring and aerospace: pilot.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: on a topic on technical knowledge of electricity and avionics, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
The program is identical to that of the oral test for admission no. 1 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practice of aircraft maintenance.
The program is identical to that of the oral test for admission no 2 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
Specialties ' surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell aircraft ' and 'system cell helicopter' i. - written contest external exams test written eligibility of eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: MCQS on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: responses to six topics on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
Programs written eligibility tests Nos. 2 and 3 below are compliant with the standard of courses JAR 147.
Specialities curriculum ' surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell aircraft ' and ' surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell helicopter»:-mathematical;
-physical (material, mechanical, static, kinetic, dynamic, dynamic fluid, thermodynamics, optics, wave movements and sound);
-electricity (theory of electrons, static electricity and conduction, electrical terminology, power generation, electricity sources current continuous, current circuits DC, resistance, power, capacity/condenser, magnetism, inductance/inductor, motor continuous and theory of the generator, AC circuits, RLC, transformers, filtering theory, power generating AC motors AC);
-electronic: diodes, transistors, integrated circuits, printed circuit boards, servomechanisms;
-digital techniques: systems electronic instruments, number systems, data conversion, data bus, logic circuits, basic structure of the calculators, microprocessors, integrated circuits, multiplexing, fibre optic, electronic display, the electrostatic-sensitive equipment, software management, electromagnetic environment, electronic and digital systems loaded;
-technology of materials and accessories: Aeronautical materials ferrous and non ferrous, composite and non-metallic, corrosion, fastening, pipes and fittings, springs, bearings, transmission, control, cables and electrical connectors cables.
-maintenance practices: safety precautions, practical workshop, tools, test equipment, plans, schemes and standards, games and tolerances, cables and electrical connectors, riveting, pipes, springs, bearings, transmissions, control cables, boilermaking, welding, brazing, welding and metallization, mass and centring aircraft, implementation of the aircraft, and storage, inspection techniques, repair, assembly/disassembly, abnormal events, maintenance procedures;
-Basic aerodynamics: atmospheric physics, aerodynamics, theory of flight, flight stability and dynamics;
-human factors: human performance and limitations, social psychology, factors affecting performance, physical environment, tasks, communication, human error, risks in the workplace;
-aviation legislation: regulatory framework, JAR 66, JAR 145, OPS 1 and 3, aircraft certificate, national and international requirements;
-turbo machines: performance, air inlets, compressors, combustion chambers, turbines, channel ejection, lubricants and fuels, lubrication, fuel system, air systems, systems of starting and ignition, driving instruments and engine monitoring, device performance increase, turboprop, turboshaft engines, auxiliary power, motor installation, protection against the fire, engine monitoring and ground tests, engine storage and protection;
-piston engines: engine performance, construction of engines, power systems, starter, ignition systems, admission systems, exhaust and cooling, supercharging/turbocharging, lubrication systems, systems monitoring and motor control, installation of the Powertrain, engine monitoring and ground tests, lubricants and fuels engine storage and protection;
Own the specialty programme "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell aircraft."

-aerodynamics, aircraft, structures and systems: theory of flight, the cell structure planes, air conditioning and pressurization cabin, instrumentation/avionics, electrical generation, cabin, fire protection, flight controls, fuel system, hydraulic generation, protection against Frost and rain, landers, light, oxygen, pneumatic generation, water and sewage, system of maintenance vehicle.
-propeller: realization of the propeller, propeller, synchronization of the propeller pitch control, protection against icing propeller, propeller maintenance.
Specific to the specialty program "surveillance and aeronautical maintenance: System cell helicopter»:-aerodynamics helicopters, structures and systems: theory of flight, flight control systems, alignment of blades and analysis of vibration, transmissions, structures of the cell, air conditioning, instrument systems avionics, electrical generation, equipment and accommodations cabin, protection against fire, fuel, hydraulic generation, protection against ice and rain landers, lighting, pneumatic generation.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
The oral tests for admission n ° s 1 and 2 programs are identical to those of the written tests of eligibility Nos. 2 and 3.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
II. - Competition internal written eligibility test written tests for eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: MCQS on technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility No 2 of the external competition.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: Composition on a topic, including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases involving customs missions, the Organization and regulation.
The programme is identical to that of the written test of eligibility closed competition, no. 3 in the specialty "monitoring and aerospace: airplane pilot.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: on a topic relating to technical knowledge of mechanics and electricity, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
The program is identical to that of the oral test for admission no. 1 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practical exercises of aeronautical maintenance on aircraft.
The program is identical to that of the oral test for admission no 2 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
Specialty "monitoring and motorcycling" i. - written contest external exams test written eligibility of eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: Composition on one or more issues on technical knowledge of motorcycling:-stability and trajectory;
-braking: stopping distance, reactions of the motorcycle;
-speed: braking distances, reaction time;
-training of the rider: the motorcycle and its specific risks, accident factors, the severity of accidents, comparison motors;
-the different categories of permit;
-the licence points: operating mechanisms;
-permit and sanction of offences;
-aspects of the highway code: common traffic rules;
-alcohol and driving: measuring alcohol, effects, sanctions;
-equipment and motorcycle practice;
-General structure of the motorcycle: components and principles of maintenance current.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: comment composed or summary text: no program.
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: on a topic dealing with knowledge in the specialty, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Program identical to that of the written test of eligibility No. 1.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practical exercises on a motorcycle:-evolution in a small space (handling control): route timed, slaloms fast and slow, downshift, acceleration and braking, patterns and obstacle clearance.
-evolution on circuit: timed exercise, compliance and control of trajectories, use of the gearbox, control of braking, employee rate.
Note. -For carrying out practical exercises on a motorcycle, the candidates must, for safety reasons, to bring a helmet, a jacket/pants set (or a combination) specially adapted to the practice of the motorcycle (preferably leather). Applicants not meeting these requirements would be denied their participation in practical tests.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.
II. - Competition internal written eligibility test written tests for eligibility No. 1: drafting of a note: no program.
Written test of eligibility No. 2: Composition on one or more issues on technical knowledge of motorcycling.
Program identical to that of the written test of eligibility No 2 of the external competition.
Written test of eligibility No. 3: Composition on a subject including an answer to a question and the resolution of one or several practical cases involving customs missions, the Organization and regulation.
Program identical to that of the written test of eligibility No. 3 of the contest's internal controller in the specialty "monitoring and aviation: pilot (plane or helicopter).
Written test of admissibility No. 4: foreign language test: no program.
Oral tests for admission test oral admission no. 1: presentation on a subject of motorcycling, followed by an interview of general, technical or administrative order with the examiners to assess the ability of the applicant to carry out the tasks assigned to them.
Program similar to that of the oral test for admission no. 1 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 2: practical exercises of motorcycling.
Program similar to that of the oral test for admission no 2 of the external competition.
Oral examination for admission no. 3: foreign language test: no program.
Oral examination for admission no. 4: physical exercises.
Program and event schedules are identical to those of the test of physical exercises of the competition controller of customs of the branch of the monitoring referred to in the Decree of 19 January 1996 laying down the nature and the program of the examination for the recruitment of controllers of customs and Excise.


Done at Paris, on November 25, 2005.
The Minister of economy, finance and industry, for the Minister and by delegation: the Director of personnel, modernization and administration, j.. Submits the Minister of public service, for the Minister and by delegation: by incapacity of the Director-general of the administration and the public service: the civil administrator, P. Coural Minister delegate for the budget and the reform of the State, the Government's spokesman, for the Minister and by delegation: the Director of personnel, modernization and administration, j.. Submits

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