FCL.915(e) details the requirements for training and approvals of Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane Instructors.
Our course is designed to comprehensively train prospective Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane instructors and is approved by the UK CAA and EASA.
Prior to commencing the Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane Instructor Course delegates will be required to;
+ Comply with FCL.915 (b)
+ Hold a minimum of 500 hours total time, of which 200 hours are flight instructional
The course program is as follows;
+ Delegates attend the CRM Aviation Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane course in compliance with FCL.745.A
+ Delegates undertake 'Train the Trainer' ground school with the CRM Aviation Chief Advanced UPRT Instructor
+ Delegates undertake 4 flights of 1.5 hour duration in the Slingsby Firefly T67, learning to deliver the flight exercises in accordance with AMC1.FCL.745.A, by give and give back techniques with the Chief UPRT Instructor
+ Delegates undertake 1 flight of 1.0 hour duration in the Extra 300, undertaking exposure to FCL.915 (e) (e) (4) (i, ii, iii, iv)
+ Flight 4 in the T67 Firefly will be a general assessment of competence with the Chief UPRT-A Instructor to deliver Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane in accordance with FCL.745.A
+ Issue of an Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane Instructor Course Completion certificate, and log book entry, permitting delivery of FCL.745.A privileges
Although not mandated, it is worthy of note that EASA have 'recommended' that Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane instructors hold an EASA Aerobatic Rating. If you require this rating we are able to assist where additional charges will be applicable.
The Advanced UPRT-Aeroplane Instructor Course is run over a 5 day period, but this is subject to weather. A minimum of 2 delegates are to be booked per course, or maximum of 4 delegates per course.
We are able to provide accommodation for delegates upon request.
Please contact Rob Howarth or Phil Millward at CRM Aviation for further course details.
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