Sabtu, 03 Oktober 2015

Flight Simulator



Instructor/Evaluator Task Listing
CBT Computer Base Training Flight Simulator
Full Mission Cockpit Simulator
Small Size Aircraft Simulator Cessna Fokker Bell
Airbus Boeing Jumbo Jet Big Simulator
TRAINING LEVEL PERFORMANCE STATEMENTS
Develop and Maintain Instructor/Evaluator Qualification
Prepare for Instructional Module
Students Indoctrination
Operate Instructional Equipment
Perform Instruction
Conduct Evaluation
Perform Administration Duties
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DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN QUALIFICATIONS
Apply Instructor Duties, Functions And Responsibilities
Maintains instructor standards
Apply airline training policies and procedures
Review changes to airplane specific reference materials
Attend scheduled standardization meetings
Discuss new, revised, and existing CBT lessons and audio/visual materials
Apply airline safety policies and procedures
Maintains Professional Qualification
Maintains professional qualifications for assigned aircraft
Maintains certificates
Satisfies recency of experience and training requirements for assigned aircraft
Maintains applicable special qualifications
Maintains applicable special instructor technical qualifications
Develops Instructor Techniques/Skills
Applies effective principles of learning
Develops a positive instructor/student relationship
Applies effective fundamentals of teaching
Applies effective use of training aids to enhance the learning environment
Classroom multi-media
Computer-based Training
Training devices aircraft IOE
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Develop Student Evaluation Techniques/Skills
Student performance evaluation
Evaluate student performance and determine course of action for deficiencies
Applies elements and methods of effective evaluation
Demonstrates knowledge of the acceptable tolerances applicable to performance of maneuvers
Demonstrates knowledge of grading scale criteria
Evaluate student performance in Systems, Training devises, LOE, aircraft , online
Integrates Human Factors (HF)/Cockpit Resource Management (CRM)
Demonstrates knowledge of crew performance markers
Applies the principles of CRM in all activities
Integrate AQP Principles
Demonstrates knowledge of FAR’s, appendices and advisory circulars applicable to AQP
Demonstrates knowledge of the AQP development process and qualification standards
Demonstrates knowledge of AQP test and evaluations strategies and grading scale criteria
PREPARE FOR INSTRUCTIONAL MODULE
Checks Training Schedule And Lesson Plans
Determine training events
Identify students
Identify specific training device
Verifies lesson plans are available for scheduled lesson
Reviews lesson plans
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Collect Required Materials
Obtain training materials
Determine testing materials availability
Determine training aid availability
Review Training Materials
Confirm accuracy modify as necessary
Tailors instruction and/or facilitation techniques to meet pilot needs
Relates new tasks to those previously learned
Relates new tasks to common experience levels and backgrounds
Enhance training materials with supplemental information
PERFORMS STUDENTS INDOCTRINATION
Conduct Organizational Orientation
Discuss flight training and fleet management organization
Provide Fleet Management/Principle Instructor names and phone numbers and other
significant phone numbers
Explain policies regarding student training
Conduct Facility Orientation
Give facilities tour
Brief emergency procedures
Conduct Course Orientation
Brief AQP training and evaluation
Define AQP basics
Discuss differences between AQP and traditional training procedures
Discuss instruction and evaluation under AQP
Discuss AQP data collection and reporting requirements
Describe integration of CRM, LOS, and LOE
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Reviews ground training syllabus
Discuss self study sessions and availability
Stress importance of self starting and self study
Discuss classroom instruction and review sessions
Discuss training devices, as applicable
Discuss oral/electronics exam
Review flight training syllabus
Discuss self study sessions and availability
Stress importance of self starting and self study
Discuss briefing and debriefing sessions
Compare simulator training versus simulator checking
Discuss simulator evaluation and performance expected
Brief training schedule
Brief students on training flow
Brief students on report times
Check Student Documentation
Checks student training folder
Checks crew member certificates and equipment
Check pilot certificates
Insure that there is no centerline thrust limitation on two-engine airplane certificates
Check medical certificates
Review kit bag contents and currency of manuals
OPERATE TRAINING/TEACHING EQUIPMENT
Set Up Training Facility For Instruction
Configure furniture and teaching aids
Power up teaching equipment
Ensure that instructional materials are available and usable
Evaluate environmental conditions
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Operate Classroom Equipment
Operate overhead projector
Operate TV/VCR
Operate training boards (System Boards)
Operate responders
Operate tape player
Utilize effectively, classroom diagrams and schematics
Manage Computer-based Multimedia Equipment
Operate equipment
Facilitate effective learning by blending media
Operate Standalone Computer-based Training
Determine CBT system status
Determine CBT operation and controls
Operate Cockpit Procedural Mockup (Paper Tiger)
Ensure that instructor has appropriate instruction equipment
Ensure that student has appropriate learning aids
Operate CPT
Ensure that instructor has appropriate instruction equipment
Ensure that student has appropriate learning aids
Verifies operational readiness of CPT
Reviews logbook for maintenance carry over/discrepancies
Determines impact of inoperative components on lesson objectives
Review the Minimum Equipment List (MEL) to determine the impact on the lesson
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Brief CPT safety procedures
Configure CPT for lesson scenario
Initialize CPT
Setup controls and indicators
Program events, conditions, and configuration
Operate CPT while presenting scheduled module
Operate IOS to establish required environmental conditions and aircraft
configurations
Effectively use malfunction keys and automatic/manual reset features
Use slewing, snapshots, and navigation facilities (as applicable)
Review Minimum Equipment Lists to determine impact on the lesson
Modifies lesson objectives to effectively use a degraded device, if required
Secure CPT and write up malfunctions
Remove programmed events, condition, and configurations
Reset switches/controls and power down
Make appropriate logbook entries
Operates FTD/ATD
Ensure that instructor has appropriate instruction equipment
Ensure that student has appropriate learning aids
Verifies operational readiness of FTD/ATD
Review logbook for maintenance carry over/discrepancies
Determines impact of inoperative components on lesson objectives
Review the Minimum Equipment List (MEL) to determine the impact on the lesson
Brief FTD/ATD safety procedures
Configure FTD/ATD for lesson scenario
Initialize device
Setup controls and indicators
Program events, conditions, and configuration
Confirm visual clarity and accuracy
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Operate FTD while presenting scheduled module
Operate IOS to establish required environmental conditions and aircraft
configurations
Effectively use malfunction keys and automatic/manual reset features
Use slewing, snapshots, and navigation facilities (as applicable)
Review Minimum Equipment Lists to determine impact on the Lesson
Modifies lesson objectives to effectively use a degraded device, if required
Secure FTD and write up malfunctions
Remove programmed events, conditions, and configurations
Reset switches/controls and power down
Make appropriate logbook entries
Operate Full Flight Simulator
Operate video equipment
Operate simulator
Ensure that instructor has appropriate instruction equipment
Ensure that student has appropriate learning aids
Verifies operational readiness of SIM
Reviews logbook for maintenance carry over/discrepancies
Determines impact of inoperative components on lesson objectives
Review the Minimum Equipment List (MEL) to determine the impact on the
lesson
Brief SIM safety procedures
Configure SIM for lesson scenario
Initialize device
Setup controls and indicators
Program events, conditions, and configuration
Confirm visual clarity and accuracy
Operate SIM while presenting scheduled module
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Operate IOS to establish required environmental conditions and aircraft
configurations
Effectively use malfunction keys and automatic/manual reset features
Use slewing, snapshots, and navigation facilities (as applicable)
Review Minimum Equipment Lists to determine impact on the lesson
Modifies lesson objectives to effectively use a degraded device, if required
Secure SIM and write up malfunctions
Remove programmed events, conditions, and configurations
Reset switches/controls and power down
Make appropriate logbook entries
Operate Aircraft
Ensure that instructor has appropriate instruction equipment
Ensure that student has appropriate learning aids
Verify aircraft’s available for training
Reviews logbook for maintenance carry over/discrepancies
Determines impact of inoperative components on lesson objectives
Review the Minimum Equipment List (MEL) to determine the impact on the lesson
Brief aircraft safety procedures
Operate aircraft equipment as required to accomplish the lesson objective
Prepare aircraft for training
Setup controls and indicators
Program events, conditions, and configuration
Operate aircraft while presenting scheduled module
Operate aircraft equipment to establish required environmental conditions and
aircraft configurations
Review Minimum Equipment Lists to determine impact on the lesson
Modifies lesson objectives to effectively use a degraded device, if required
Secure aircraft and write up malfunctions
Reset switches/controls and power down
Make appropriate logbook entries
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PERFORMS INSTRUCTION
Conduct Classroom And Multimedia Presentation/Facilitation
Utilize effective presentation skills to accomplish lesson objectives
Utilize effective facilitation skills to accomplish lesson objectives
Use communication skills appropriate for subject matter content and delivery
Ask questions based on the objectives to determine the level of comprehension
Provide performance-based feedback and analysis to improve learning
Evaluate the successful completion of objectives at the end of the module
Exhibit knowledge of subject matter content
Demonstrate knowledge of academic training methodologies
Conduct Computer-Based Training Instruction
Escort crew members to CBT facility
Assist in setting up CBT system
Explain CBT controls and software operation
Explain how to obtain assistance in case of a problem
Direct crew members to begin lessons
Answer questions
Monitor crew member progress and performance
Conduct FTD/ATD/Emergency Equipment Instruction
Escort crew members to trainer
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Explain instructional objectives
Select/devise a scenario within the capability of the device
Configure trainer for the start of the lesson
Present the lesson in conformance with the lesson plan
Operate trainer in accordance with the lesson plan
Role-play required parts per lesson plan (e.g. ATC, ground crew, etc.)
Provide both positive and negative feedback
Identify methods of improvement and suggest a strategy for implementation
Present alternate means to accomplish the same end
Brief upcoming instructional/evaluation events
Terminate training event
Conduct Full Flight Simulator Instruction
Conduct simulator pre-brief
Explain objectives for the simulator session
Describe the specific performance items that will be trained
Describe the performance standards
Describe time constraints and the time compressible events
Address crew members questions and concerns
Advise crew members of the purpose and use of the video taping
Conduct LOS (SPOT/LOFT) training
Conduct Briefing
Follow briefing guide
Brief the objectives, scenario and standards
Brief CRM skill/objectives
Advise crew members that this is a non-jeopardy event (if appropriate)
Advise crewmembers that LOS presents “real world” problems and the
Instructor will role-play ATC, F/A, Dispatcher, etc.
Advise crew members that instructor will not intervene to instruct and
crew members should prepare and act as if on the line
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Conduct scenario ICAO
Apply the basic elements of LOS methodologies
Adhere to lesson plans, and instructor handbook
Adhere to the scenario script
Act as a facilitator while fulfilling other roles
Use of ATC terminology
Program event sets to ensure lesson flow
Evaluate CRM performance
Evaluate student ability to analyze the effects of systems malfunctions
on operational environment
Evaluate adherence to operating procedures within the airline POH,
FOM, Ops Specs
Conduct LOS debriefing
Critique the performance in a positive manner
Utilize effective facilitation skills and techniques to elicit self critique
Utilize excerpts of the video
Evaluate CRM performance citing specific examples
Apply procedures and maneuvers standards
Apply grading scale criteria
Conduct maneuvers training
Conduct maneuver brief
Follow briefing guide
Brief the objectives, scenario and standards
Brief CRM skill/objectives
Advise crew members that this is a non-jeopardy event (if applicable)
Advise crewmembers that LOS presents “real world” problems and the
instructor will role-play ATC, F/A, Dispatcher, etc.
Advise crew members that instructor will not intervene to instruct and
crew members should prepare and act as if on the line
Explain that will conduct specific event training if necessary conduct scenarios
Instruct normal and abnormal procedures and critical maneuvers from either seat
Determine ability to recognize and recover from improper control applications
Adhere to operating procedures within the POH, FOM, Ops Specs and
instructor handbook
Evaluate student proficiency to complete lesson objectives and
remediate when necessary
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Conduct LOS debriefing
Critique the performance in a positive manner
Utilize effective facilitation skills and techniques to elicit self-critique
Utilize excerpts of the video
Evaluate CRM performance citing specific examples
Apply procedures and maneuvers standards
Apply grading scale criteria
Conduct Aircraft Instruction
Conducts flight preparation
Evaluate environmental conditions
Select suitable airport using preferential airports list and weather minimums criteria
File required flight plans
Complete required documentation
Preflight the aircraft
Conduct aircraft safety briefing
Brief special training procedures
Brief safety procedures
Brief abnormal
Brief emergencies
Brief on evacuation procedures
Brief instructor/student relationship and relinquish control of the aircraft
Conduct in flight training
Instruct normal and abnormal procedures and critical maneuvers from either seat
Act as safety pilot while giving instructions
Apply appropriate safety measures for abnormal/emergency situations
Recognize and recover form improper control application
Adhere to operation procedures within the POH, FOM, Ops Specs and
Instructor handbook
Conduct aircraft post-flight procedures
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Notify applicable airline control and maintenance agencies
Complete airline forms and reports
Conduct IOE
Obtain summary of currency and qualifications for the pilot being trained
Review printed and on-line schedules
Review summary of currency and qualifications for trainee
Orient pilot receiving the IOE
Introduce yourself
Brief IOE objectives, events, and schedules
Solicit student expectations
Describe crew responsibilities and coordination
Clarify instructor/student roles and responsibilities
Answer student questions
Check crew members certificates and publications
Check flight and medical certificates in accordance with company procedures
Check passports and visas for currency if required
Insure that there is no centerline thrust limitation on two-engine airplanes
Confirm that the pilot has the required publications
Confirm required publications are current issue
Conduct Initial Operating Experience (IOE)
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Supervise/instruct the student performing appropriate duties and responsibilities
during normal line operations
Adhere to operation experience guidelines contained in the instructor handbook
Adhere to airline policies and operating procedures within the POH, FOM, and Ops Specs
Observe trainee compliance with company priorities, policies, and procedures
Apply appropriates safety measure to be taken form either seat for abnormal or emergency situation
Evaluates performance in technical proficiency areas
Apply procedures for unsatisfactory pilot performance or required remediation
Assesses CRM performance
Adhere to IOE guidelines
Apply procedures for unsatisfactory pilot performance or required remediation
Debrief and record training event
Debrief compliance/noncompliance with company priorities, policies, and
procedures
Review crew members performance against lesson objectives
Solicit trainee analysis of performance and methods of improvement
Resolve discrepancies between trainee and instructor analysis
Review successes and areas that need improvement
Determine if time/proficiency prerequisites have been accomplished
Release crew member to the next scheduled IOE event, remediation training or IOE completion
Coordinate IOE remediation procedures
Discuss performance shortcomings and remediation steps fully with trainee
Notify Flight Standards of need for additional training
Notify crew schedulers or training s schedulers, as applicable, of need or
additional training
Coordinate IOE completion procedures
Conclude the IOE if all requirements are satisfactorily completed
Notify Flight Standards
Notify crew schedulers or training schedulers, as applicable
Release crew member to the next scheduled event
Conduct route and special airport qualifications
Instructor/Evaluator Task Listing
Observe initial operations into an airport as mandated by the FAA or airline
Conduct transoceanic operating experience according to guidelines contained in
the instructor handbook
Adhere to airline policies and operating procedures within the POH, FOM, and
the Ops Specs Conducts Evaluations
Conducts Systems Evaluations
Brief evaluations
Evaluates knowledge of aircraft equipment/systems
Evaluates knowledge of aircraft, systems and limitations
Follows systems evaluations guidelines
Debrief evaluations
Conducts Evaluation In Training Device
Briefs evaluations
Adheres to evaluation guidelines
Evaluates competency of motor skill required for accomplishment of task
Evaluates performance of abnormal and emergency procedures
Exhibits proper use of ATC terminology
Demonstrates knowledge of qualification standards
Applies grading scale criteria
Demonstrates ability to accomplish data collection requirements
Debrief evaluation
Conduct LOE
Briefs objectives of evaluation
Adheres to evaluation guidelines
Evaluates knowledge of effects of integrated aircraft system malfunctions
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Evaluates knowledge of effects of operational environment
Assess CRM skills and performance
Exhibits proper use of ATC terminology
Demonstrates knowledge of qualifications standards
Apply grading scale criteria
Demonstrates ability to accomplish data collection requirements
Debrief evaluation
Conduct Aircraft Evaluation
Briefs objectives of evaluation
Adheres to evaluation guidelines
Evaluates knowledge of effects of integrated aircraft system malfunctions (if applicable)
Evaluates competency of motor skills required for accomplishment of task
Evaluated knowledge of effects of operational environmental (if applicable)
Assess CRM skills and performance
Demonstrates knowledge of qualification standards
Apply grading scale criteria
Demonstrates ability to accomplish data collection requirements
Debrief evaluation
Conduct On-line Evaluation
Orient captain receiving on-line evaluation
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Introduce yourself
Brief evaluation objectives, events, and schedules
Solicit captain’s expectations
Describe crew responsibilities and coordination
Clarify check airman/crew roles and responsibilities
Answer crew questions
Check crew member certificates and publications
Check flight and medical certificates in accordance with company procedures
Check passports and visas for currency if required
Confirm that the pilot has the required publications
Confirm required publications and current issue
Perform on-line evaluation
Evaluate captain’s compliance with company priorities, policies and procedures
Evaluate performance in technical proficiency areas
Assess CRM performance
Adhere to on-line evaluation guidelines
Record data while evaluating performance
Debrief and record on-line evaluation
Debrief compliance/noncompliance with company priorities, policies and procedures
Review crew members performance against evaluation objectives
Solicit trainee analysis of performance and methods of improvement
Resolve discrepancies between crew and instructor analysis
Review successes and areas that need improvement
Determine if proficiency prerequisites have been accomplished
Release crew member to crew scheduling or remediation training
Coordinate on-line evaluation failure remediation procedures
Discuss performance shortcomings and remediation steps fully with captain and, if applicable, crew
Notify Flight Standards of need for additional training
Notify crew schedulers or training schedulers, as applicable, of need for
additional training
Coordinate on-line evaluation completion procedures
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Notify flight standards
Notify crew schedulers
Release crew member to the next scheduled event
Conducts the on-line evaluation debriefing
Exhibits knowledge of the cases which characterize levels of performance as
outlined in the instructors handbook
Exhibits knowledge of procedures to follow for unsatisfactory pilot performance or required remediation
PERFORM ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES
Record Data
Complete required documentation
Complete training tracking documentation
Complete event evaluation forms accurately
Document unsatisfactory pilot performance or required remediation (if required)
Complete FAA forms for Airman Certificate and/or Rating
Complete end-of-course summary reports
Complete report on effectiveness of training devices, if required
Complete report for end of courseware revisions and changes, if required
Complete remediation reports
Carrier-specific
Record equipment and courseware discrepancies
Note equipment problems in maintenance log
Notify Training Department of courseware problems

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