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FAASTeamInstructor Workshop Module #1 Core Topics 1 & 2- FAASTeam - WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program
Why We Are Here Dialogue between CFIs, DPEs & FAA Understand CFI/DPE roles/responsibilities Analyze selected accident/incident Develop teaching methods and best practices that improve pilot training Introduce our core subjects: • FAAST Team • WINGS Pilot Proficiency Program • Local accidents/incidents review
CFI Renewal 8 modules covered over 24 months Must attend them all A standardized program Anywhere in the U.S.
Topic #1: FAA Safety Team (FAASTeam) What is the FAASTeam? Where is the FAASTeam? Who is the FAASTeam? How it all works
Topic #1: FAASTeam What is the FAASTeam? The FAASTeam’s Mission is To improve the Nation's aviation safety record by conveying safety principles and practices through training, outreach, and education. At the same time, FAASTeam Managers and Program Managers will establish meaningful aviation industry alliances and encourage continual growth of a positive safety culture within the aviation community.
Topic #1: FAASTeam Where is the FAASTeam? Kevin Clover
Topic #1: FAASTeam Who is the FAASTeam? • Those who are devoted to the enhancement of aviation safety through education • Volunteers, known as FAASTeam Representatives • Pilots, Instructors, Technicians and Examiners • Industry Partners • FAA You and I are THE FAASTeam
Topic #1: FAASTeam How it all works: The FAASTeam’s priority is Aviation Safety Program Managers: Do not conduct surveillance, or enforcement actions. Promote an aviation safety culture.
Topic #1: FAASTeam How it works: Identify accident causal factors. Train to preclude similar circumstances. Mitigate risk based on knowledge gained during the review of accident data. Risk management shared to enhance aviation safety.
Topic #1: FAASTeam Availability of data Collaborative efforts of the FAA, Industry Partners, and volunteers Communicate information via the Safety Program Airmen Notification System (SPANS)
Topic #1: FAASTeam www.faasafety.gov
Topic #1: FAASTeam www.faasafety.gov
Topic #1: FAASTeam Online Course Catalogue Instructors: these are great resources FREE for yourself and the pilots you train. The FAASTeam has done a lot of work for you!
Topic #1: FAASTeam FAASTeam Notices The easiest way to stay informed.
Topic #1: FAASTeam FAAST needs YOU How YOU can participate Sign-up at FAASafety.gov Take part in all it has to offer Attend seminars Volunteer to be a FAAST Rep
Topic #1: FAASTeam Questions? Comments? Ideas? Quiz Time
Topic #1: FAASTeam 1. The FAASTeam mission is to... a. Train pilots b. Create partnerships with industry c. Reduce accidents d. All of the above
Topic #1: FAASTeam 2. The FAASTeam Representative reports a. directly to the Regional FAASTeam Manager b. directly to the Lead Representative C. to the FAASTeam Program Manager d. to the local FSDO
Topic #1: FAASTeam 3. The FAASTeam Program Managers report to the FAA Field District office where they maintain their office. True or false?
Topic #1: FAASTeam 4. Individuals who are not pilots may be FAASTeam Representatives. True or false?
Topic #1: FAASTeam 5. Can you learn more about the FAA Safety Team on the FAASafety.gov website? Answers follow ~
Topic #1: FAASTeam 1. The FAASTeam mission is to... a. Train pilots b. Create partnerships with industry c. Reduce accidents d. All of the above d. All of the above 2. The FAASTeam Representative a. Reports directly to the Regional FAASTeam Manager b. Reports directly to the Lead Representative c. Reports to the FAASTeam Program Manager d. The local FSDO b. Lead Representative
Topic #1: FAASTeam 3. The FAASTeam Program Managers report to the FAA Field District office where they maintain their office. True or false? False, the FAASTeam management is conducted from the FAA Regional Offices. 4. Individuals who are not pilots may be FAASTeam Representatives. True or false? True, FAASTeam Representatives are individuals who support aviation safety through their own unique talents and abilities. – FAASTeam Representative qualification criteria. 5. Can you learn more about the FAASTeam, or FAA Safety Team, on the FAASafety.gov website? Yes, and much more!! - FAASafety.gov website.
Welcome Back FAA Pilot Proficiency Program (WINGS)
Topic #2 WINGS What is WINGS? • A formal, recurrent training program for pilots • Continuing knowledge and flight training • Administered online
Topic #2 WINGS If you participated in the old WINGS program, this is different No longer an AWARD program – based on proficiency No longer required 3 hours of flight – based on proficiency Not the same program for every pilot – based on the pilot’s profile. Not an award
Topic #2 WINGS New WINGS is 3 phases - rather than the old 20 phases Earn all 3 phases each year - rather than the old 1 phase each year Encourages ongoing training, a little each month - rather than the old get it done in one day WINGS activities are credited and shown to help pilots stay motivated to doing a little training each month.
Topic #2 WINGS Why I like the New WINGS Program • Each pilot is in control • Adaptable to each pilot’s current level of flying • Can be changed as new ratings are added • Automatically keeps track of accomplishments Why I Like the New Wings Program By Rich Martindell, FAAST Lead Rep
Topic #2 WINGS How it works: • Register at www.faasafety.gov • Set up a WINGS profile • View the MY WINGS page • Knowledge areas listed • Flight tasks listed • As tasks are completed, its recorded automatically
Topic #2 WINGS 3 levels of WINGS achievement • Basic • Advanced • Master
Topic #2 WINGS Completion of each Wings Phase, requires that you; • Register on FAASaftey.gov • Hold a U.S. Pilot Certificate (student is OK) • Hold a valid Medical Certificate (if required) • Complete the Required and Elective Elements for Knowledge andFlight
Topic #2 WINGS Why should pilots participate? Increase their operational level of aviation safety. Understand and establish personal minimums. Maintain skills and knowledge needed for the type of flying they most frequently do. Enjoy the satisfaction and status of Program completion. One way to satisfy the 14 CFR Part 61.56 Flight Review requirement.
Topic #2 WINGS The date your Flight Review requirement was met is tracked and updated at the completion of the Basic Phase.
Topic #2 WINGS An aviation safety culture can only be accomplished with each pilot maintaining skills, knowledge, and judgment. A pilot who participates in and completes a phase of the Wings Pilot Proficiency Program has made a commitment to aviation safety.
Topic #2 WINGS When a WINGS participant calls