Providing Synthetic Training instruction in accordance with the ATO Training Manuals.
Multi Crew Manager (MCM)
The Multi Crew Instructor is responsible for:
- Supporting the MCM by ensuring effective and on-time delivery of all MCC training activities in accordance with the approved syllabi;
- Advising the MCM on any safety aspects that affect FSTD operations or training;
- Delivering relevant theoretical knowledge instruction to groups of student pilots as required;
- Conducting synthetic training exercises in compliance with this manual and in accordance with the relevant Training Manual, under the direction of the MCM;
- Completion training exercises in accordance with the specified standards, techniques and teaching principles;
- Maintaining complete and accurate training records for students;
- Reviewing student progress and make progress reports to the MCM;
- Achieving the defined productivity targets as required by the MCM;
- Delivering MCC training courses flexibly to a planned schedule;
- Developing syllabus and lesson plan/presentation material at the direction of the MCM;
- Ensuring that licenses/ratings/medicals are maintained per FCL.040, MED.A.030, if required for their duties;
- Ensuring that instructor ratings are maintained in accordance with FCL.900 and Part D, section 9 of the OAA Operations Manual;
- Carrying out any other supplementary duties as required by the MCM.
- Testing of MCCIs and students as required and in line with personal qualifications.
- Carrying out any other supplementary duties as required by the MCM from time to time.
Minimum Qualifications & Experience
Prospective Multi Crew Instructors shall meet the following minimum requirements:
- Hold, or have held, an ICAO Commercial Pilot License, Multi-Pilot License or Airline Transport Pilot License in the appropriate aircraft category;
- MCCI, SFI (multi-pilot) or TRI Certificate;
- ELP level 4 minimum;
- 1500 Hours Multi-Pilot Flight time in Commercial Air Transport operations.