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Company Training Pilot Course (TRI)

 

This course is designed to teach the candidate the skills and knowledge required to act as a company training pilot for CAR 702 and 703 air operators.  It is tailored towards pilots who have operational experience with a Part 702/703 air operator but has no experience as a flight instructor.  There are many hazards involved with flight training, therefore training pilots should have the skills and knowledge to teach emergency procedures safely.  This course will instruct the candidate on how to safely teach all of the required training exercises to the standard required by the Canadian Aviation Regulations. The 10 hours flight training and 10 hours of ground school in this course may be credited towards the Class 4 Instructor Rating if the candidate meets the Transport Canada prerequisite's since it is taught by a Class I Instructor and follows part of the Transport Canada Class 4 Flight Instructor Rating Syllabus.

 

Ground School Syllabus (2 days @ 7 hours per day)

  • Civil Aviation Regulations
    • Qualifications and Responsibilities of a Training Pilot (flight and ground)
    • Part 702/703 training program requirements
    • PPC/PCC requirements
    • Transportability of Pilot Proficiency Check
  • Transport Canada Flight Instructor Manual
    • Practical application of the basic principles of learning and techniques of instruction.
    • Preparation and use of lesson plans.
    • Procedures for planning and presenting preparatory ground instruction, pre-flight briefings, in-flight instruction, and post-flight debriefings.
  • Theory of flight required to teach the air exercises.
  • Common student errors and methods to correct these errors
  • Presentation of pilot decision-making and flight management concepts.
  • Risk management in flight training operations (techniques in reducing risk and eliminating unnecessary risk in flight training operations)
  • The use of the Transport Canada “Pilot Proficiency Check and Aircraft Type Rating Manual - TP 14728”.
  • Principles of evaluation and application of the PPC marking scale.
  • Airspace, regulations and aerodrome operations review.
  • Hazardous flight conditions.
  • Aircraft technical knowledge (on training aircraft).
  • Flight planning.
  • Aircraft pre-flight .
  • Passenger safety briefing 

 

Flight Training Syllabus 10 hours (3 days @ 4 hours per day)

The following exercises will focus on developing pilot proficiency, instructing techniques, and correcting common pilot errors.

  • Engine start-up and shut-down procedures
  • Take-off to the hover and landing
  • Transitions from the hover to forward flight
  • Advanced take-offs and landings
  • Sloped ground take-offs and landings
  • Confined area operations
  • Aborted departures
  • Steep turns
  • Engine failure in the hover/hover taxi
  • Autorotations to touch down (180 and 360 degree)
  • Tail rotor malfunctions
  • Hydraulic system failures

 

Cost

$5,000 + tax 

Note:

Cost of travel, accommodation, and meals for the instructor is the responsibility of the client if training is conducted away from base.