INSTRUCTOR TRAINING PROGRAMS

TYPE RATING

INSTRUCTOR

TRI(A)

Course Description

IAT’s Type Rating Instructor course will train you to become an approved TRI(A) instructor according to State of License Issued.

 

Aircrafts available:

B737 300-900 (NG and MAX)

B757/767

KingAir B200

 

Course Outline

Duration: 2 weeks

  • Part 1 - Teaching and Learning

    • 4 days classroom based instruction (25 hours)*

  • Part 2 - Technical Training

    • Classroom and briefing based instruction ( 10 hours)

  • Part 3 - Practical Training

    • Minimum of 10 hours FFS sessions

    • Pre- and De-briefings

  • Competence Assessment**

    • 1 day - 1 FFS session (4 hours)

    • Pre- and De-briefings

 

Eligibility Requirements

An applicant for the initial issue of a TRI (MPA) certificate shall:

  • Hold a CPL, MPL or ATPL pilot licence on the applicable aircraft category.

  • Have completed 1,500 hours flight time as a pilot on multi-pilot aeroplanes.

  • Have completed within the 12 months preceding the date of the application, 30 route sectors, including take-offs and landings, as pilot-in-command OR co-pilot on the applicable aeroplane type, of which 15 sectors may be completed in an FFS representing that type

*Applicants holding or having held an instructor certificate shall be fully credited towards the Part-1 Teaching and Learning.

**The customer may be required to provide an examiner conducting the assessment of competence which is required to be approved by the applicant’s State of License Issue.

MULTI-CREW COOPERATION INSTRUCTOR

MCCI(A)

Course Description

IAT’s Multi-crew Cooperation Instructor course will train you to become an approved MCCI(A) instructor according to State of License Issued.

 

Aircrafts available:

B737 300-900 (CL, NG and MAX)

B757/767

 

Course Outline

Duration: 8 days

  • Part 1 - Teaching and Learning

    • 4 days classroom based instruction (25 hours)*

  • Part 2 - Technical Training

    • Classroom based instruction (minimum 3 hours)

  • Part 3 - Practical Training

    • Minimum of one FSTD sessions (minimum 3 hours)

    • Pre-briefing and De-briefing)

Eligibility Requirements

An applicant for the issue of a MCCI(A) certificate shall:

  • Hold a CPL, MPL or ATPL pilot licence on the applicable aircraft category.

  • Have completed 1,500 hours flight time as a pilot on multi-pilot aeroplanes.

*Applicants holding or having held an instructor certificate shall be fully credited towards the Part-1 Teaching and Learning.

CLASS RATING INSTRUCTOR

CRI(A)

Course Description

IAT’s Class Rating Instructor course is designed for instructors preparing to provide training for pilots of non-complex single-pilot high performance aeroplanes (SPHPA) operated as multi-pilot aeroplanes.

Aircrafts available:

Twin Otter DHC6

 

Course Outline

Duration: 2 weeks

  • Part 1 - Teaching and Learning

    • 4 days classroom based instruction (25 hours)*

  • Part 2 - Technical Training

    • 1 day classroom based instruction ( 8 hours)

  • Part 3 - Practical Training

    • 1 Full-flight simulator (FFS) sessions (4 hours)

    • Pre-briefing and De-briefing (Minimum 2 hours)

  • Competence Assessment

    • 1 day - 1 Full-flight simulator (FFS) session (4 hours + 2 hours briefings)

 

Eligibility Requirements

An applicant for the initial issue of a CRI certificate shall:

  • Hold a CPL, MPL or ATPL pilot licence on the applicable aircraft category.

  • Have completed 1,500 hours flight time as a pilot on multi-pilot aeroplanes.

  • Have completed within the 12 months preceding the date of the application, 30 route sectors, including take-offs and landings, as pilot-in-command OR co-pilot on the applicable aeroplane type, of which 15 sectors may be completed in an FFS representing that type

*Applicants holding or having held an instructor certificate shall be fully credited towards the Part-1 Teaching and Learning.

**The customer may be required to provide an examiner conducting the assessment of competence which is required to be approved by the applicant’s State of License Issue.