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Advanced Training Courses

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Seneca offers one- to four-week courses that are customizable to meet your professional goals

Multi-Crew Co-operation Training Programs

An introductory approach to the world of Multi-Crew Co-operation focused on multi-crew leadership concepts, interpersonal communication and decision-making skills

Training that bridges the gap between single-pilot operations and the practices found in Corporate, Air Taxi and Airline multi-crew environments.

Develop core competencies required of a first officer to operate on multi-crew, multi-engine aeroplanes through a Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT) model.

Emphasis on technical and non-technical that expose learners to all phases of flight, under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions in pilot flying and pilot monitoring roles

The objectives of MCC training are optimum:

  • Decision making/Problem Solving
  • Interpersonal/Communications
  • Task Sharing/Briefings
  • Situational Awareness
  • Monitoring and Cross Checking
  • Workload Management/stress
  • Teamwork and Leadership

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  1. Apply generic commercial standard operating procedures during all phases of flight.
  2. Make decisions in a multi-crew environment with emphasis on situational awareness, and available resources.
  3. Complete checklist procedures during appropriate times and during normal, abnormal and emergency flight situations.
  4. Model team leadership skills, as a Pilot Flying (PF) and Pilot Monitoring (PM) during all phases of flight.
  5. Manage workload, by using proper cockpit resources, crew-co-ordination, and communication during all phases of flight.
  6. Explain the history of multi-crew cooperation and the importance it brings to all phases of flight.
  7. Understand The importance of human factors and its direct link to multi-crew co-operation.
  8. Summarize basic aircraft operations for various flight training devices.

For more information and to start training contact:
Lynne McMullen, Director, Business Development
Seneca School of Aviation
416.491.5050 ext. 44237