AIRLINE PILOT STANDARD MULTI CREW COOPERATION COURSE [APS MCC]
APS MCC has evolved from the MCC (Multi Crew Cooperation) course after requests from the airline industry to better prepare newly graduated pilots for operations with multi-crew aircraft. To ensure that students develop their skills within Crew Resource Management (CRM) and jet aircraft operations, the new APS MCC course has twice as many hours of tutoring in the simulator compared to a traditional MCC course. The regular MCC-course typically contains 20 hours of flight instruction in an approved simulator, while the new APS MCC contains 40 hours.
A new addition in the APS MCC course is that a graded final assessment will take place at the end of the course, which is not required in traditional MCC or MCC/JOC programs.
- 31 hours ground training with instructor
- 40 hours FTD training sessions with SFI/TRI (Including Final Progress Assessment)
Ground Training - 31 hours / 5 days:
- CRM (7h – 1 day)
- AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS & SOPs (11h - 2 days)
- PROCEDURES & ASSESSMENT (7h – 1 day)
- ADVANCE SWPT-WING & AIRLINE OP (6h – 1 day)
Simulator Training – 40 hours / 10 days:
- MCC Training (20h – 5 days)
- Advance Swept-Wing Training (12h – 2 days)
- Advanced Airline-Simulated Operational Training (6h – 1 day)
- Final Progress Assessment (2h – 1 day)