The role of a Theoretical Knowledge Instructor (TKI) is ensuring that the students receive the necessary theoretical knowledge required for the EASA ATPL(A) training program.
Chief Theoretical Knowledge Instructor (CTKI)
- Instruction: Provide theoretical knowledge instruction to the students in accordance with the approved training program. This involves delivering lectures, presentations, and training materials to cover subjects of the EASA ATPL (A).
- Assessment and Evaluation: Administer assessments and exams to evaluate students' understanding of theoretical knowledge. Ensure that assessment methods accurately measure students' knowledge and progress and align with authorities’ requirements.
- Feedback and Remedial Training: Provide feedback to students on their performance and identify areas where they may need additional support or remedial training. Offer guidance and additional instruction as necessary to help students achieve required standards.
- Record Keeping: Maintain accurate records of students' progress, including attendance, grades, and any additional notes related to their performance. Ensure that records are kept confidential and in accordance with regulatory requirements.
- Training Program Development: Contribute to the development and maintenance of the theoretical training program, syllabi, and training materials.
- Compliance: Ensure that all theoretical knowledge instruction is conducted in strict compliance with EASA regulations and ATO Manuals. Ensure that the content is up-to-date and in compliance with the regulatory’ s requirements and industry standards.
- Safety Reporting: Encourage a culture of safety reporting among students and promptly report any safety incidents or concerns to the appropriate authorities and the ATO's safety management system.
- Communication: Maintaining effective communication within the ATO, regulatory authorities, and with external stakeholders as needed.
- Professionalism: Maintain a high level of professionalism, integrity, and ethical conduct with students, colleagues, clients, and aviation authorities.
- Other Duties: Carrying out any other secondary duties as required by the CTKI (or Deputy CTKI if appointed)
Minimum Qualifications & Experience
Minimum Qualification(s)/ Knowledge:
- Have knowledge in the areas relevant to the EASA ATPL(A) theoretical knowledge subjects.
- Has undergone instructional techniques training course.
Other preferred qualification(s):
- Aviation background (e.g. airline pilot, aircraft maintenance engineer, OAA former student, … etc.)
- Have previous 2-year experience in delivering the EASA ATPL(A) theoretical knowledge instruction