The multi-crew coordination course is designed to give the student pilot an understanding of the problems and benefits of flying in a crew environment together with experience in the practical application of the principles of Crew Resource Management (CRM). Classroom lectures and workshops will be integrated with a practical component, which will be conducted in the Multi Crew Flight Training Device (FTD). Prior to the multi crew component, revision and refinement of instrument flying techniques and IFR procedures will be covered using the Frasca DA42 FTD.
The practical component will use Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), which are based on those used by Regional Airlines, with the objective of introducing students to the procedures that they will be using in line operations. This gives a knowledge and skills base that will underpin the initial training that the student will receive in an airline.
Note: students are required to have a Commercial Pilot Licence, Command Instrument Rating (Multi-Engine), and passes in all theory subjects of the Air Transport Pilot Licence to enrol in this course.
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