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Course Title

 Multi Crew Cooperation
MCC

 

Course Objective

The aim of the course is to become proficient in multi-crew co-operation (MCC) in order to operate safely multi-pilot multi-engine airplanes under IFR and, for that purpose, to ensure that:

  • The pilot-in-command fulfils his managing and decision-making functions
  • irrespective whether he is PF or PNF.
  •  The tasks of PF and PNF are clearly specified and distributed in such a manner that the PF can direct his full attention to the handling and control of the aircraft.
  • Co-operation is effected in an orderly manner appropriate to the normal, abnormal or emergency situations encountered.
  • Mutual supervision, information and support is ensured at all times

Prerequisite/ Pre entry

Trainees who have not attended an integrated ATP course but who wish to obtain an initial type rating on multi-pilot airplanes shall be in possession of a valid PPL/IR or CPL/IR before commencement of MCC training.


Total Course Duration

One month 

  

 
 
 

Course Contents

Theory Part

  • Introduction
  • Human Factors “The SHEL Model”     
  • Leadership and team behaviour synergy      
  • Communication     
  • Stress, stress management, fatigue and vigilance  
  • Decision making   
  • Human error and reliability, error chain, error prevention and detection          
  • Situation Awareness and Workload Management   
  • Feedback    
  • Assertiveness        
  • Glass Cockpit and Automation EFIS/FMS      
  • Videos of air crash investigations cases.       
  • Aircraft and Airline Standard Operating Procedures

 TOTAL   25:00


Practical  Part

 

  • MCC 1 - BASIC HANDLING AND SOPs
  • MCC 2 - AUTOMATICS
  • MCC 3 - ROUTE FLYING
  • MCC 4 - ROUTE-CONSOLIDATION
  • MCC 5 - ASYMMETRIC

  TOTAL   20:00

 

 

 

 

   

 

    
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