Providing Theoretical Knowledge instruction in accordance with the ATO Training Manuals.
Chief Theoretical Knowledge Instructor (CTKI)
The Theoretical Knowledge Instructor (TKI) is responsible for:
- Supporting the CTKI by ensuring effective and on-time delivery of all theoretical training instruction activities in accordance with the approved syllabi;
- Ensuring that theoretical knowledge instruction is conducted to the required standards, techniques and teaching principles;
- Only use OAA approved lesson plans, presentations, internal examinations and handouts;
- Maintaining complete and accurate training records for students;
- Developing syllabus and lesson plan/presentation material at the direction of the CTKI;
- Maintaining current versions of any electronic based authorized teaching materials;
- Being responsible for the management, welfare and pastoral care of students undergoing theoretical training if appointed as Course Mentors;
- Taking primary responsibility to ensure that all students’ training, including remedial training where required, is supervised in accordance with OAA published procedures and reported to the CTKI when necessary;
- Carrying out any other supplementary duties as required by the CTKI (or Deputy CTKI if appointed).
Minimum Qualifications & Experience
The Theoretical knowledge instructor shall:
- Have a background in aviation (e.g. OAA former student, retired/active airline pilot, Flight Engineer, etc.) in the areas relevant for the training provided and have undergone a course of training in instructional techniques or;
- Have previous experience in delivering theoretical knowledge instruction and an appropriate theoretical background in the subject on which they will provide theoretical knowledge instruction.