TRI / SFI

TYPE RATING TRI/SFI

SFI/TRI COURSE PHASES:
  • Teaching and learning: 25 hrs. - 4 working days
The applicant  is required to follow this phase only if no previous experience as EASA instructor.
Each applicant will have a written personal progress report maintained throughout the course and each applicant’s teaching abilities should be assessed as satisfactory by the SFI/ TRI designated by the Authority for this purpose before the SFI/ TRI rating is issued.
  • Technical learning: 10 hrs. - 2 working days
Technical course: the part of the course is related to the type of aeroplane on which the applicant wishes to instruct.
The training programme gives details of all theoretical knowledge instruction.
Identification and application of human factors (as set in the ATPL syllabus 040) related to multi-crew co-operation aspects of the training.
The content of the instruction programme will cover training exercises as applicable to the aeroplane type.
  • Simulator training:
SFI:
•Training FFS: 10 hrs.3 sessions: 4 hrs. +4 hrs.+2 hrs) 3 working days
•Proficiency check on FFS: 3 hrs. - 1 working day

TRI RESTRICTED
•Training FFS: 10 hrs.3 sessions: 4 hrs. +4 hrs.+2 hrs) 3 working days
•Proficiency check on FFS: 2 hrs. - 1 working day

TRI:
•Training on FFS: 8 hrs. (2 sessions: 4 hrs. +4 hrs.) 2 working days
•Training on aircraft: 2 hrs. (1 hr. Block-off time) - 1 working day
•Proficiency check on aircraft: 2 hrs. (1 hr. Block-off time) - 1 working day

General Terms & Conditions