The aim of the Airways Aviation Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) course is to develop the technical and non-technical components of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to operate a multi-crew aircraft.
Trainees will be provided by the Head of Training, on behalf of Airways Aviation, a certificate of completion of MCC training by the time they have successfully completed the course.
The main competencies developed during the MCC training are:
- Acquire an optimum level of skills to be a member of a multi-crew aircraft
- Develop interpersonal skills for working in a multi-crew environment
- Know, distribute, and delegate tasks on board to serve as Pilot Flying (PF) or Pilot not Flying (PM) in all phases of flight under normal, abnormal, and emergency conditions.
- Know how to prepare and announce operational briefings
- Introduction to Turbo Jet Aircraft operation i.e. Jet Engine or Jet Aircraft performance including High Altitude
- Procedures for Windshear, GPWS, and TCAS Warnings
- Introduction to Upset Recovery Techniques, UPRT
- How to use checklists and perform cross-checks (mutual supervision)
- The training aims to encourage the development of non-technical skills applicable to working conditions in a multi-crew aircraft.
Our MCC course is offered over 10 days and comprises:
- Days 1-3: 25 hours of ground school theory instruction
- Days 4-8: 20 hours of simulated flight training
- Training aircraft: CRJ200 FNPT II full visual simulator