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RPAs Instructor / Examiner

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RPAs Instructor / Examiner Online Course

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COURSE OBJECTIVE

The objective of this RPAs Instructor / Examiner (IER) course is the trining of RPAs pilots to obtain the following proficiencies:

  • Prepare resources
  • Build a convenient ambient for learning
  • Display knowledge
  • Integrate TEM and CRM (Error and Menace assessment and Crew Resource Management)
  • Manage time and objective deadlines of the training
  • Ease learning procedure
  • Evaluate the students performance
  • Monitor and manage progress
  • Evaluate training sessions
  • Results reporting

 

PRE-REQUISITES

MINIMUM AGE, PREVIOUS ACADEMIC STUDIES AND MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

An IER applicant, should at least be 18 years old.

An IER applicant or holder whith ratings to give RPA flight instruction should:

  • Be holder of a rating for which he will be offered flight training.
  • Have completed at least 50 flights as pilot on the class or type of RPA for which he will be offered flight instruction, of which a maximum of 10 flights can be done on a simulator of the same type / class if applicable or have passed a proficiency check for the corresponding IER category in that class or type of aircraft,
  • Be authorized to act as a pilot in command on the RPA during said flight instruction.
  • Have received 20 instruction flights on an RPA, of which not more than 5 can be done on a simulator.

IER applicants should have passed a specific flight check, previous to the commencement of the course with an approved Panamedia ATO IER 3 months before the start of the course. This flight check will be based upon the proficiency verification of the RPA handling.

Medical requirements.

To begin the course, the applicant should have passed an aeronautical medical check, of a class at least of the permitting LAPL

ATTENTIONThe flight training part of this course is done only at the Panamedia ATO premises in Mallorca.

Once the course is satisfactorily finished, Panamedia ATO will grant a Certificate of Completion (there is no official title issued by AESA).

COURSE OBJECTIVE

The objective of this RPAs Instructor / Examiner (IER) course is the trining of RPAs pilots to obtain the following proficiencies:

  • Prepare resources
  • Build a convenient ambient for learning
  • Display knowledge
  • Integrate TEM and CRM (Error and Menace assessment and Crew Resource Management)
  • Manage time and objective deadlines of the training
  • Ease learning procedure
  • Evaluate the students performance
  • Monitor and manage progress
  • Evaluate training sessions
  • Results reporting

 

PRE-REQUISITES

MINIMUM AGE, PREVIOUS ACADEMIC STUDIES AND MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

An IER applicant, should at least be 18 years old.

An IER applicant or holder whith ratings to give RPA flight instruction should:

  • Be holder of a rating for which he will be offered flight training.
  • Have completed at least 50 flights as pilot on the class or type of RPA for which he will be offered flight instruction, of which a maximum of 10 flights can be done on a simulator of the same type / class if applicable or have passed a proficiency check for the corresponding IER category in that class or type of aircraft,
  • Be authorized to act as a pilot in command on the RPA during said flight instruction.
  • Have received 20 instruction flights on an RPA, of which not more than 5 can be done on a simulator.

 

IER applicants should have passed a specific flight check, previous to the commencement of the course with an approved Panamedia ATO IER 3 months before the start of the course. This flight check will be based upon the proficiency verification of the RPA handling.

Medical requirements.

To begin the course, the applicant should have passed an aeronautical medical check, of a class at least of the permitting LAPL

Prices:

  • Ground training: 850 €
  • Flight training: 600€

 

ATTENTION
The flight training part of this course is done only at the Panamedia ATO premises in Mallorca.

Once the course is satisfactorily finished, Panamedia ATO will grant a Certificate of Completion (there is no official title issued by AESA).

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COURSE OBJECTIVE

The objective of this RPAs Instructor / Examiner (IER) course is the trining of RPAs pilots to obtain the following proficiencies:

  • Prepare resources
  • Build a convenient ambient for learning
  • Display knowledge
  • Integrate TEM and CRM (Error and Menace assessment and Crew Resource Management)
  • Manage time and objective deadlines of the training
  • Ease learning procedure
  • Evaluate the students performance
  • Monitor and manage progress
  • Evaluate training sessions
  • Results reporting

 

PRE-REQUISITES

MINIMUM AGE, PREVIOUS ACADEMIC STUDIES AND MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS

An IER applicant, should at least be 18 years old.

An IER applicant or holder whith ratings to give RPA flight instruction should:

  • Be holder of a rating for which he will be offered flight training.
  • Have completed at least 50 flights as pilot on the class or type of RPA for which he will be offered flight instruction, of which a maximum of 10 flights can be done on a simulator of the same type / class if applicable or have passed a proficiency check for the corresponding IER category in that class or type of aircraft,
  • Be authorized to act as a pilot in command on the RPA during said flight instruction.
  • Have received 20 instruction flights on an RPA, of which not more than 5 can be done on a simulator.

IER applicants should have passed a specific flight check, previous to the commencement of the course with an approved Panamedia ATO IER 3 months before the start of the course. This flight check will be based upon the proficiency verification of the RPA handling.

Medical requirements.

To begin the course, the applicant should have passed an aeronautical medical check, of a class at least of the permitting LAPL

ATTENTIONThe flight training part of this course is done only at the Panamedia ATO premises in Mallorca.

Once the course is satisfactorily finished, Panamedia ATO will grant a Certificate of Completion (there is no official title issued by AESA).

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