MCC + JOT A320 FNPT II

Background

The MCC course is the first step on the “bridge” type training to fly JAR 25 aircraft. 
According to JAR-FCL 1.262, On completion of the MCC training the applicant shall either demonstrate the ability to perform the duties of a pilot on multi-pilot aeroplanes by passing the type rating skill test on multi-pilot aeroplanes as set out in Appendices 1 and 2 to JAR–FCL 1.240, or shall be given a certificate of completion of MCC.

Course entry requirements

  • Hold an aeroplane CPL which validity covers the period of the course
  • Hold an IR-ME class rating which validity covers the period of the course
  • Fluent in English; ICAO Level 4 (or higher) English Examination Certificate is mandatory or state English exam or International English exam
  • Flight experience: 150 hours:
    • 50 hours as Pilot In Command (PIC)
    • 9 hours of multi-engine airplane

Privileges

After completing the Multi-Crew Co-operation JET orientation Course you will be issued 

  • MCC course completion certificate and
  • JOT Jet Orientation Course Certificate (separate),

and accordingly you are allowed to start a multi pilot type rating course.

Learning objectives

 MCC training – introduction to the multi crew concept, crew co-operation and co-ordination, cockpit communication, clear workload distribution, crosschecks, monitoring, briefings, call-outs, precise and deliberate checklist usage, organized actions in emergency. The training emphasizes the development of non-technical skills applicable to working in a multi-crew environment. MCC course also includes the opportunity to practice the skills that are necessary to be effective team leaders and members. This is achieved by training exercises in which the applicants are crewmembers in the pilot flying (PF) and the pilot not flying (PNF) roles.

JOT training – The jet basics (theory and handling) is integrated into the MCC training and the following topics will be covered throughout the course. 

Subjects of Classroom training:

  • How Jet Engines work
  • Jet and Propeller aircraft differences
  • High altitude aerodynamics
  • Common jet aircraft systems
  • Simulator training review

Simulator training (3hrs as PF + 3hrs as PM or PNF):

  • Engine start and taxi
  • Take off and climb out
  • Airwork with different configurations
  • Descent, ILS approach, NON-Precision approach, Visual approach, Go Around
  • Landing
  • Basic, one-engine-out flying

Course Duration and Training Footprint

The course for two pilots consist of 25 hrs theory 28 hrs practical training with 14 hrs PF and 14 hrs PNF time. The whole course duration is 12 days. 

The simulator training are planned with a weekend off to give extra days between the sessions to digest study. 

The MCC+JOT training is a multi pilot type of training and can be held for minimum of two pilots. 

Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
GROUND SCHOOL
MCC basics
GROUND SCHOOL
Type basics and SOP intro
GROUND SCHOOL
Self-study in pairs
GROUND SCHOOL
Theory Progress Check
FNPT II
Session I.
GROUND SCHOOL
Additional self-study
GROUND SCHOOL
Additional self-study
06:00 06:00 06:00 06:00 06:00 04:00 06:00
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Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7
FNPT II
Session II.
FNPT II
Session III.
FNPT II
Session IV.
FNPT II
Session V.
FNPT II
Session VI.
FNPT II
Session VII.
Additional
SIM SESSION
04:00 04:00 04:00 04:00 04:00 04:00 04:00
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Course Type Information

FNPT II Airbus 320 (generic large jet). This course type covers both MCC+JET orientation. Recommended for IFR pilots with recent IR experience only. (actual or synthetic IFR flights within the last three months)

Flight and Navigation Procedures Trainer (FNPT). A training device which represents the flight deck or cockpit environment including the assemblage of equipment and computer programs necessary to represent an aeroplane or class of aeroplane in flight operations to the extent that the systems appear to function as in an aeroplane. It is in compliance with the minimum standards for a specific FNPT Level of Qualification. 

For FNPT use in MCC + JOT training the general technical requirement are expressed in the MCC column with additional systems, instrumentation and indicators as required for MCC training and operation. 

For MCC (Multi Crew Co-operation) minimum technical requirements are as for Level II, with the following additions or amendments: 

  • Turbo-jet or turbo prop engines.
  • Performance reserves, in case of an engine failure, to be in accordance with JAR-25. These may be simulated by a reduction in the aeroplane gross mass.
  • Retractable landing gear.
  • Pressurisation system.
  • De-icing system.
  • Fire detection/suppresion system.
  • Dual controls.
  • Autopilot with automatic approach mode.
  • 2 VHF NAV receivers (VOR, ILS, DME).
  • 1 ADF receiver.
  • 1 Marker receiver.
  • 1 Transponder

MCC JOT Instructor information:

Every MCC trainer is highly experienced JET airline pilot with several years of flight experience.

Training Locations

DL Aviation SPRL
Rue de Jumet 83
6041 Gosselies, Belgium. www.dl-aviation.com

Price

 Please refer to our price list at CAVOK Price List.

The course fee includes the ground training and simulator training (7 sessions, 28 hours SIM time).

Contact details / Course Application

For queries and course application please contact: mcc@cavokaviation.com 

Phone: +32 479 21 11 77 

For the application please attach the following documents:

  • CAVOK pilot record form: http://www.cavokaviation.com/ pilot record form
  • ID or Passport copy
  • License copy
  • Medical copy
  • English certificate copy (state exam or ICAO level exam or any international exam certificate)
  • Pilot logbook last three and summary pages