SFO-8d Flight Crew Training Form Guide (CAR 704 - Aeroplanes)


  Area Action
General Information
A-1 Company Name This is self-explanatory.
A-2 Date This is self-explanatory.
A-3 Pilot's Name Ensure that the name on the licence is the same as that on the training file.
A-4 Licence Number Copy the licence number and determine whether the licence is endorsed for the aircraft type and applicable for the crew position.
A-5 Medical Obtain a copy of the medical certificate on file and record the "Valid to..." date.
A-6 Crew Status Determine whether the individual in question is the PIC, SIC, CRP, etc.
A-7 Aircraft Type List the types of aircraft for which the individual is certified. Ensure that follow-on information specific to the aircraft type is reported on the appropriate line through-out the form.
A-8 PPC Valid To Obtain a copy of the PPC card on file, a copy of the last ride report on file for review, and a copy of any applicable extensions.
A-9 Instrument Valid To Record this date from a copy of the licence. Obtain and review a copy of the last ride report on file. Obtain a copy of the extension, if applicable. Single-engine aircraft fall into instrument rating group III, while multi-engine aircraft fall into group I.
Ground Training
A-10 Company Indoctrination
724.115(7)
Record the dates of training. Determine whether the initial training new hires received on the operations manual, weather, and so on was conducted in accordance with the company operations manual, and whether the required amount of time was spent and the training certified. Verify that the candidate was not flying on the dates in question.
A-11 Aircraft Technical Ground (Initial and Recurrent)
724.115(7)
Record the date of training. Determine whether the training was certified. Verify that the actual training time was in accordance with that set out in the training manual and confirm that the candidate was not flying on the dates in question.
A-12 Emergency Procedures Training (EPT) Annual
724.115(12)
Record the dates of training. Check for certification and exams on file and verify that training was done for each type of aircraft flown.
A-13 Emergency Procedures Training (EPT) Practical
724.115(12)
Practical training must be completed on initial training and every three years thereafter. Record the dates of training. Determine whether this training included all requirements for practical EPT training. Check for certification and exams on file and verify that EPT was done for each type of aircraft flown.
A-14 Right Seat Conversion Training
724.115(16)
Must receive sufficient ground training on right seat duties. Where required, record the date(s) of training. Refer to item A-39 for certification.
A-15 Surface Contamination (Initial and Recurrent)
724.115(18)
Record the dates of training. Determine whether there is an exam on file and whether the training was certified.
A-16 MEL Training
724.115(19)
Record the dates of training. Check for certification and exams on file and verify that training was done for each type of aircraft flown. Ensure that elementary work training is conducted (A-26) where the MEL requires such action. Recurrent training required following any changes to the MEL or MEL procedures.
A-17 Dangerous Goods
724.115(19)
ICAO Technical Instructions 6;1.2.3
Record the dates of training. Ensure that recurrent training has been given within 24 months of previous training.
A-18 RVR 1200 and RVR 600 Ground Training
724.115(21)
Where required, record the dates of training. Determine whether there is an exam on file and whether the training was certified. Training is applicable to PIC and to SIC where SIC is authorized lower minima take-offs in the Company Operations Manual. Training require in synthetic training devise for RVR 600, and for RVR 1200 without certified take-off performance.
A-19 Area Navigation Systems (RNAV) Training
724.115(22)
Where required, record the dates of training. Determine whether there is an exam on file and whether the training was certified.
A-20 High Altitude Training
724.115(24)
This training is required for all flight crew members operating aeroplanes above 13,000 feet ASL before first assignment on a pressurized aeroplane and every three years thereafter.Record the dates of training. Determine whether there is an exam on file and whether the training was certified.
A-21 Survival Equipment Training
724.115(25)
Record the dates of training. No annual training requirement specified.
A-22 Aircraft Servicing and Handling
724.115(26)
Record the dates of training. No annual training requirement specified.
A-23 Category II and III Operations Training
724.115(29)(a)
Where required, record the dates of training. Determine whether there is an exam on file and whether the training was certified. Refer to item A-33 for flight training requirements.
A-24 Controlled Flight into Terrain (CFIT) Training (Initial and Recurrent)
724.115(32)
Record the dates of training. Determine whether there is an exam on file and whether the training was certified.
A-25 Airborne Icing
724.115(33)
Record the dates of training. Determine whether there is an exam on file and whether the training was certified.
A-26 Elementary Work
S.3 of 625 Appendix A
Elementary work tasks must be listed in either the MCM or COM and must reference the training required to undertake the tasks. Confirm that this training has been received.
Flight Training
A-27 Initial Flight Training Record the dates, aircraft/simulator registration and times for cross-checking with the log books. Verify that the training times were in accordance with the training manual and that the training was not done on revenue flights. Determine whether the training was certified. If the training was performed in a simulator, ascertain whether there is authority for that simulator. Determine whether night training was done during the initial training.
A-28 Annual Flight Training Record the dates, aircraft/simulator registration and time for cross-checking with the log books. Verify that the training times were in accordance with the training manual and that the training was not done on revenue flights. Determine whether the training was done every six months or annually, whether the training was certified and, if the training was done in a simulator, whether there was authority for that simulator. If the ride was done by the CCP, verify that he or she did not do the training (except where authorized - ACP "C").
A-29 Line Indoctrination
724.115(27)
Record the dates, aircraft registration and time for cross-checking with the log books. Verify that flight times were in accordance with the training manual. Determine whether there was compensation for landings and whether it was done correctly. Ascertain whether there was a CCP on board and verify that he or she had authority at that time. Verify that line indoctrination was done on each applicable aircraft type and that the line indoctrination was certified.
A-30 Line Check Determine whether the line check was properly certified for the crew position. If candidate flew in both seats, two line checks are required. Determine whether the line check was done yearly and whether the CCP was valid.
A-31 Captain Upgrade
724.115(15)
Determine whether the training was conducted in accordance with the training manual and whether it was certified. Training must include sim/aeroplane training, command and decision making, specialized ops qualifications (lower take-off limits) where applicable (see 725.34(1)(i) and (2)(i) for qualifications) initial PPC, line indoc and line check (PIC).
A-32 Right Seat Conversion (Flt/Sim)
724.115(16)
Confirm that sufficient flight/FFS training was conducted and that competency was certified by a CCP, co. Chief Pilot or Training Pilot.
A-33 Category II/III
724.115(29)(b)
Where applicable, record the dates of training.
A-34 Controlled Flight into Terrain.
724.115(32)
Where applicable, record the dates of training.
Date modified: