Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 24)

Avoid a Training Credit Crisis Continued from page 23 Note: The instructor recommendation in #2 must be documented. Not all contract training centers have a form for this specific purpose, so consider developing one and asking the training center to complete it if you intend to reduce training hours in accordance with this guidance. It’s important to understand the general hierarchy of the regulatory world when talking about most Part 135 issues. The Federal Aviation Regulations, however limiting we find them while functioning in the real world, create a big umbrella. You can do anything you want as long as it falls under that umbrella. But some of the activities permitted under the umbrella don’t quite fit together, so you choose the bits and pieces that will determine how your business will function. These pieces are incorporated in your Operations Specifications and company manuals, including your FAAapproved training programs. (It’s quite possible for the FARs to allow an activity that your company manuals do not, in which case your company must abide by the stricter requirements of your manuals, but the flow between manuals and FARs doesn’t work the other way. It’s not possible for your manuals to allow activities the FARs do not.) If you want to know how much time you can shave off of a new hire’s training, go to your training manual. You should find a section in your training program that outlines training curriculum segments. Most air carriers’ training programs outline four possible initial new hire training segments. Typically the segments are: INH-A (“Initial New Hire”) applies to new hire pilots without previous Part 135 experience and without previous experience in the same duty position in the aircraft the pilot will be assigned and is usually equivalent to full initial new equipment training. INH-B (“Current and Qualified”) applies to new hire pilots with previous Part 135 experience in the same duty position and aircraft the pilot will be assigned and often requires a pilot to complete a recurrent training program. If the air carrier has permission to conduct a check ride in lieu of training [see 135.531(d)], the pilot may undergo a Part 135.293 flight check with an approved company check airman. (The pilot must still complete operator basic indoctrination training.) INH-C (“Current in Aircraft”) applies to new hire pilots without previous Part 135 experience, but with previous experience in the same duty position in the aircraft the pilot will be assigned and often requires a recurrent aircraft ground and aircraft or simulator training. INH-D (“Part 135 Qualified”) applies to new hire pilots with previous Part 135 experience but without previous experience in the same duty position in the aircraft the pilot will be assigned. INH-D often requires full initial aircraft ground and aircraft or simulator training. Note: Many training programs require the POI’s approval to allow a specific pilot to complete INH-C or INH-D. Check your own program for details. Assume your program includes these four curriculum segments and let’s reconsider Fred. Fred has 1) flown for a Part 135 air carrier before and 2) trained in and flown this aircraft type in this duty position before. Match Fred to a curriculum Continued on page 25 24 Aviation Business Journal | 3rd Quarter 2011

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011

Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011

Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 1)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 2)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 3)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 4)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 5)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 6)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 7)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 8)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 9)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 10)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 11)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 12)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 13)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 14)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 15)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 16)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 17)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 18)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 19)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 20)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 21)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 22)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 23)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 24)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 25)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 26)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 27)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 28)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 29)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 30)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 31)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 32)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 33)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 34)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 35)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 36)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 37)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 38)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 39)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 40)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 41)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 42)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 43)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 44)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 45)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 46)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 47)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 48)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 49)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 50)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 51)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 52)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 53)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 54)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 55)
Aviation Business Journal Third Quarter 2011 - (Page 56)
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g37643_nata_journal4
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/2013_mbrdirectory
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g35339_nata_3rdqtr2013
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g33812_nata_2ndqtr2013
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g31715_nata_q1abj2013
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g30347_nata_abj-nov2012
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g27530_nata_abj_qtr3
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/p27999_nata_2012member-directory
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g25563_nata_2ndqtr2012
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g24114nata_q1_12
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g22720_nata_q4
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/nata_mk2012_lr
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g20684nata_finalhires
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g18953nata_nxtbook
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g19737nata_nxtbook
https://www.nxtbook.com/ygsreprints/NATA/g18481_nata_abj_Q12011a
https://www.nxtbookmedia.com