Multi-Crew Cooperation Course

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Multi-Crew Cooperation Course
MCC

OBJECTIVES

The Multi-Crew Cooperation Course consists of training pilots to acquire all the knowledge they need to be proficient in multi-pilot coordination work.

The course is divided into a theoretical and a practical component in simulator, and candidates must hold a valid PPL (A), CPL (A), or ATPL (A) license.

MODULES

Approximately 4 days in duration

a) Theoretical Instruction – 25h
b) Written tests: 2h

4 days duration

a) Simulator Instruction: 12h – 3 sessions
b) Skill Test: 4h – 1 session

DURATION

Approximately 2 weeks.

CONTENTS

  • Human Factors and Flight  Safety
  • Error, Performance and Safety
  • Situation awareness
  • Team Performance
  • Communication and Radio
  • Briefings and debriefing during the simulator training
  • Route familiarization
  • Communication
  • Procedures and Practices
  • Decision Making
  • Security
  • Air Operator Policies

REQUIREMENTS

The applicant shall have completed an ATP Integrated course. In case the applicant has not graduated from an ATP Integrated course, shall hold a PPL/IR or CPL/IR

MATERIAL

MCC Manual

Calendar

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