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TRAINING COURSES

A selection of trainings complementary to the C525 type rating.

Multi-Crew Coordination (MCC)

Required for CAT (Commercial Air Transport)

The objectives of MCC training are to develop the technical and non-technical components of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to operate a multi-crew aircraft.
It is composed of the following modules:

Ground training
31 hours of ground training

Practical training
20 hours of simulator

  • EASA CPL(A), ATPL(A)
  • A valid IR/ME
  • A valid medical certificate
The MCC course includes the following:

  • Ground training
  • Simulator training
  • Course material
  • Certificate of completion
  • Hot/cold beverages on site
Not included in the course:

  • Accomodation
Duration: 2 weeks

Performance Based Navigation (PBN)

LNAV | VNAV | LPV | 2D | 3D

Performance Based Navigation (PBN), redefines the aircraft’s required navigation capability from sensor (equipment) based to performance based. The foundation for Performance Based Navigation is area navigation or RNAV. With the advent of area navigation, there was a requirement to define and standardize the capability. This has resulted in a menu of performance-based navigation specifications. For each specification, there is a lateral containment value that the aircraft must be able to remain within, in order to be approved for that operation

The PBN course is composed of the following modules:

Ground training
4.5 hours of ground training

Practical training
2 hours of avionics training
2 hours of simulator training
  • EASA PPL(A), CPL(A), ATPL(A)
  • A valid IR/ME
  • ProLine 21 experience
The course for the C525 type rating includes the following:

  • Ground training
  • Simulator training
  • Course material
Duration: 1 day

Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Type-rating related UPRT

UPRT stands for aeroplane ‘upset prevention and recovery training’ and constitutes a combination of theoretical knowledge and flying training with the aim of providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training (aeroplane upsets).

With the objective to introduce different ‘levels’ of UPRT at various stages of a professional pilot’s career, UPRT courses have been defined as follows:

  • Basic UPRT to be integrated in all CPL and ATPL training courses as well as the MPL training course.
  • Advanced UPRT course, includes at least 5 hours of theoretical instruction as well as at least 3 hours of dual flight instruction in an aeroplane, with the aim to enhance the student’s resilience to the psychological and physiological aspects associated with upset conditions.
  • Type-related UPRT, proposed by EFSTC and included in the C525 type rating.

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