The Multi-Crew Co-operation and Jet Orientation Course (MCC/JOC) is widely accepted by airlines as an industry standard for new pilots at entry level. It is an enhanced course based around the principals of CRM, MCC and Jet Orientation training, providing the necessary qualifications required to progress to a type rating course as well as “grounding” the individuals in an airline’s expectation of procedure, process and behaviour.
As a matter of standard practice, L3 CTS delivers this course on a traditional, yoke-control aircraft, using the Boeing 737 universally, recognising the point from where previous training ended. Courses, when required to meet specific airline requirements, are conducted on the A320.
The development of interpersonal or Non-Technical Skills is very much the focus of the course and pilots will find these skills of use not only in their forthcoming career, but also in life generally. It is essential that they develop these skills while coping with all the demands of IFR and commercial procedures, hence the final, overall objective.
• Current EASA CPL/MEIR
• Current EASA unrestricted Class 1 Medical
• Hold ICAO English Level 4 or higher
• Hold the unrestricted right to live and work in the EEA
• 3 weeks full time at the Crew Training Center – Southampton, UK
• B&B Accommodation included
• Combines MCC, CRM and advanced handling skills training
• 2 days of Technical Ground School Training
• 25 hours Airline Crew Resource Management course (CRM) in the classroom
• 36 hours training on a fixed-base Boeing B737 simulator
Week 1 consists of five days in the classroom, developing the knowledge required for complex aircraft operation, an understanding of the concept of multi-crew co-operation and the airline operating environment. This includes an airline-standard three-day course in Crew Resource Management meeting the requirements of the CRM Initial syllabus.
Week 2 consists of five days in the B737 or A320 flight simulator and uses the aircrafts automatic systems to develop the skills and strategies learnt during the previous week’s ground school in aircraft operation and management. Completion of these 2 weeks will lead to the issue of a EASA MCC course certificate.
Week 3 – Advanced Handling Skills. This second phase of the course consists of another 4 days of manual flying in the simulator and focuses on the understanding and development of the advanced handling skills required for all jet aircraft. Trainees will review jet aerodynamics and swept-wing handling techniques, and gain further exposure to the commercial procedural environment.
Price: £7,800 + VAT
For details about our Airline Qualification Course which includes Graduate Placement Opportunities, please follow this link: https://www.l3airlineacademy.com/career-programs/atp
The AQC was by far the best training course I have done. It was a steep learning curve but all the instructors were excellent and gave all the right pointers in able to obtain top marks.