Pilot Training Record -- Multi-Engine

Proper records are essential to keep track of the student's progress and to ensure continuity of training.  The sample form given here has been designed to conform to the existing flight test report form so that it may be used with both the flight test guide and this instructor guide.  If it is helpful, use it. If it is not, ignore it, and continue to use whatever record keeping you have used in the past.

Instruction, both on the ground and in the air, can be recorded in the nine columns provided for this purpose.  If a student requires more training than this, use additional forms.  The final column, entitled "Meets Test Standards", is a quick checklist of the training completed.  Once you are satisfied that the student can perform at the flight test standard, check off the appropriate box in this column.  A quick glance will show which exercises remain incomplete.  When the column is completed, a pre-test evaluation flight should be conducted (see pp. 39, 40).

The back of the Pilot Training Record provides space for instructor's comments and student's observations.  Use this part of the form to note student performance during ground or air instruction, to describe what areas worked well and where improvement is needed, to record any assignments given to the student, and generally note details that might add to the effectiveness and efficiency of the training.

Pilot Training Record - Multi-Engine

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1. Aeroplane Familiarisation and Preparation for flight  
A. Documents and Airworthiness                                        
B. Performance and Limitations                                        
C.  Principles of Flight – One Engine Inoperative                                        
D. Weight and Balance, Loading                                        
E. Pre-Flight Inspection                                        
F. Engine Starting/;Run-Up, Use of Check Lists                                        
2 Ancillary Controls/Operation of Aircraft Systems                                        
3 Taxiing                                        
4 Takeoff, Circuit and Landing  
A. Takeoff                                        
B. Circuit                                        
C. Approach and Landing                                        
5 Cruising Flight                                        
6 A.  Engine Failure - Cruise Flight Aeroplane Control                                        
B.  Cockpit Checks                                        
C.  Single-Engine Manoeuvring                                        
                                           
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7 Manoeuvring at Reduced Airspeed                                        
8 A.  Stall (Clean Configuration)                                        
B.  Approach to Stall (Landing Configuration)                                        
9 Steep Turn                                        
10 Engine Failure During Takeoff or Overshoot  
A.  Engine Failure – Takeoff or Overshoot - Aeroplane Control                                        
B.  Cockpit Checks                                        
11 A. Intentional Engine Shutdown                                        
B. Arrival, Approach and Landing – One Engine Inoperative                                        
12 Emergency Procedures/Malfunctions
Landing Gear Malfunction                                        
Flap Failure                                        
Partial Power Loss                                        
Cross-feed Procedure                                        
Turbocharger Failure                                        
Electrical System Malfunction                                        
Propeller Feathering (Simulated)                                        
Boost Pump Failure                                        
Engine Fire                                        
Cabin Fire                                        
Emergency Engine Shutdown                                        
Heater Overheat                                        

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