It is now becoming more common for applicants to complete a combined JOC and MCC course. This has mainly been driven by numerous low cost carriers requiring a JOC prior to job application. There are also huge benefits of completing a JOC with us as it will allow you four hours of time in the simulator to familiarise yourself before your twenty hours of MCC simulator time.
What happens on your Combined JOC/MCC Course with CRM Aviation?
You will start with us on a Tuesday and spend 4 hours in the classroom focusing on the differences of operation between a multi engine piston aircraft and a multi turbofan aircraft. Following a short break you will transition into the simulator to complete fours hours of purely 'Jet Orientation' training - the essence of the course.
Your MCC ground school will then start the following day, Wednesday. You will spend three days in the classroom. Classroom day three allows you some time in the simulator to put some of those standard calls and checklist work into practice. After a weekend break, you will be back with us on Monday to fly a four hour session everyday through to Friday. With your CRM allocated simulator partner, the four hour session is split between two hours 'pilot flying' (PF) and two hours 'pilot monitoring' (PM), as well as two hours of pre and post flight briefings. Your report times will vary throughout the week. At the end of your course you will be presented with your JOC Course Completion Certificate and your EASA MCC Course Completion Certificate, enabling you to move on to a multi crew type rating.
Full details of each individual course can be viewed here;
+ Jet Orientation Course
+ Multi Crew Co-Operation Course
Course Entry Requirements
We will require you to have completed your multi engine instrument rating, ME/IR in order to attend the course. You do not need to have your licence issued, but you will need to have passed your skills test prior to commencement of the course. We are happy to accept realistic forward dated bookings from students still undergoing their final stage of ME/IR training.
Just a thought!
The JOC is not yet a regulated course under EASA. No ATO can currently offer an EASA 'approved' JOC. However, you are wise to undertake your JOC with an EASA approved school as we are best positioned to deliver you the course to strictly regulated quality processes.
The MCC Course is as defined by EASA as a non-technical course. Students have repeatedly fed-back to us that our simulator is the perfect platform on which to complete the MCC and develop their CRM skills. You will find that you are not overloaded with operating an unrealistically complex type orientated simulator whilst trying to also learn new MCC Skills - but instead will be able to draw out the core benefits of the course and apply them in your airline assessments. What is more important are the instructor that deliver the course - they are the key ingredient. Details on our instructors are here - CRM Instructors
Accommodation Package Option
We are able to offer an 'all in' package for the combined course of JOC Course, MCC Course, 11 nights bed and breakfast accommodation in a very good quality guest house, as well as collection if you fly in to London Heathrow for an inclusive price of £3200. The accommodation is a good quality independent guest house, close to us. You will have your own room in our accommodation - it is not a shared room. Evening meals are also available at very reasonable rates. For details of the accommodation see here - Accommodation Package
Another question you may have;
Most prospective JOC/MCC students ask themselves "Why this school" - See here for Why CRM Aviation is the right school for you!
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