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SER/Florida Wing 2002 National Check Pilot Standardization Course. FAA Safety Center Lakeland, Florida. INSTRUCTORS. Wing HQ DO, DOV, DOO, DOM, SE Chief Check Pilots Ground Support Staff – LG, Admin COL Walter Schamel, SER Deputy DCS Ops Orlando FSDO-15. STUDENTS AND GUESTS.

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Ser florida wing 2002 national check pilot standardization course

SER/Florida Wing 2002 National Check Pilot Standardization Course

FAA Safety Center

Lakeland, Florida


Instructors

INSTRUCTORS

  • Wing HQ

    • DO, DOV, DOO, DOM, SE

  • Chief Check Pilots

  • Ground Support Staff – LG, Admin

  • COL Walter Schamel, SER Deputy DCS Ops

  • Orlando FSDO-15


Students and guests

STUDENTS AND GUESTS

  • Florida Wing

  • Tennessee Wing

  • Alabama Wing

  • Georgia Wing

  • USCG/USCG Auxiliary


Introduction

INTRODUCTION

  • Please stand up with the microphone

  • Say who you are and what unit are you from.


Course overview

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Class Schedule Review

    • Pilot Decision Making

    • Evaluation Techniques

    • Crew Resource Management

    • CAP Accidents

    • Maintenance Overview

    • FAA Special Emphasis

    • CAPR 60-1, 60-3, 60-4 & Form 5/91 Procedures


Course overview1

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Course Objectives

    • Train check pilots and mission check pilots to perform Form5/91 Check Rides

  • Workshop

    • Team A & Team B

  • Be in proper uniform


Course overview2

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Presentation to Main Group

    • Must be present throughout out classroom training

  • Separate into two groups

    • One group flight operations

    • One group class instruction


Course overview3

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Classroom Presentation

    • Test basic instructor skills

    • Knowledge base of Private Pilot Standards (Check Pilot)

    • Knowledge of basic Mission Aircrew Skills (Mission Check Pilot)


Course overview4

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Flight Evaluation

    • Test flight ability in aircraft. Must fly to commercial standards (Check Pilot)

    • Test mission pilot procedures (Mission Check Pilot)

    • Ability to conduct evaluation to PTS or National Aircrew Curriculum Standards

    • IP in rear seat to evaluate both candidates


Course overview5

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Pre Course Book

  • Turn in a copy of form 5/ form 91 check ride paperwork to include written test, and aircraft questionnaire. Pilot data summary to be completed by FLWG check pilots


Course overview6

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Mission Paperwork

    • Ensure you sign in (Vehicles & Aircraft)

    • All flight inbound, outbound, or training sorties must file out CAPF 104 and have assigned sortie number

    • GAWG, ALWG, TNWG file paperwork with home Wing

  • Aircraft will be topped off after each sortie. This is the responsibility of the applicants not the IP.

  • Mission number T03-SEFL

  • Final FLWG CAPF 108s must be sent within 10 days to

    • HQ, FLWG CAP, 2700 Eagle Staff Court, MacDill AFB, FL 33621


Course overview7

COURSE OVERVIEW


Ground rules

GROUND RULES

  • NO SMOKING

  • NO EARLY GO’S

  • CELLULAR PHONES/PAGER VIBRATE MODE

  • NO ARGUMENTS

  • KEEP FACILITY CLEAN AND ORDERLY

  • SAFETY AT ALL TIMES

  • INTETIONALLY LEFT BLANK


Retakes

RETAKES

  • Able to retake course next year


Safety

SAFETY

  • SAFETY IS TO BE OBSERVED AT ALL TIMES


Break

BREAK


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