Overview

To issue the student with a multi-engine aircraft class rating to be used in the Commercial Pilot Licence test. To consolidate the theory taught in AVT10006 and AVT20003 and integrate this theory into the practical flying training to obtain a Multi Engine Class Rating, Command Instrument Rating and Commercial Pilot Licence (A). To develop the skills and attributes of a professional pilot conducting passenger or cargo carrying operations

Requisites

Prerequisites
AVF80002 Commercial Pilot Licence Practicum 1
AVT10006 Commercial Pilot Licence Theory 1

AND
CASA IREX theory pass
AND
4 of 7 CASA CPL Theory Exam Passes

Concurrent Pre-requisite
3 CASA CPL Theory passes

 

Teaching periods
Location
Start and end dates
Last self-enrolment date
Census date
Last withdraw without fail date
Results released date
HE Block 4
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
27-May-2024
07-July-2024
Last self-enrolment date
27-May-2024
Census date
07-June-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
21-June-2024
Results released date
13-August-2024
Winter
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
17-June-2024
28-July-2024
Last self-enrolment date
17-June-2024
Census date
28-June-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
12-July-2024
Results released date
13-August-2024
HE Block 5
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
08-July-2024
18-August-2024
Last self-enrolment date
08-July-2024
Census date
19-July-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
02-August-2024
Results released date
24-September-2024
Semester 2
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
29-July-2024
27-October-2024
Last self-enrolment date
11-August-2024
Census date
31-August-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
13-September-2024
Results released date
03-December-2024
Term 3
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
29-July-2024
08-September-2024
Last self-enrolment date
29-July-2024
Census date
09-August-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
23-August-2024
Results released date
08-October-2024
Term 4
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
16-September-2024
27-October-2024
Last self-enrolment date
16-September-2024
Census date
04-October-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
11-October-2024
Results released date
03-December-2024
HE Block 7
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
07-October-2024
17-November-2024
Last self-enrolment date
07-October-2024
Census date
18-October-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
01-November-2024
Results released date
17-December-2024
HE Block 8
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
28-October-2024
08-December-2024
Last self-enrolment date
28-October-2024
Census date
08-November-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
22-November-2024
Results released date
17-December-2024
Study Period 4
Location
Hawthorn
Start and end dates
25-November-2024
23-February-2025
Last self-enrolment date
08-December-2024
Census date
16-December-2024
Last withdraw without fail date
10-January-2025
Results released date
18-March-2025

Learning outcomes

Students who successfully complete this unit will be able to:

  • Demonstrate that they can safely operate a multi-engine aircraft within defined limitations to commercial and CAE OAA standard operating procedures
  • Conduct aircraft pre-flight determining complete aircraft serviceability, fuel requirements and loading procedures and performance requirements in a multi-engine aircraft
  • Demonstrate that they can manage aircraft systems, passengers, company and air traffic control requirements during normal and abnormal operations
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to plan and conduct a multi-engine flight under the Instrument Flight Rules from departure aerodrome to a destination aerodrome, or alternative aerodrome. This includes pre-flight planning, compliance with airspace procedures and conducting instrument departure, en-route and arrival procedures using a variety of navigation aids, during normal and abnormal operations
  • Demonstrate that they can conduct themselves in a responsible and accountable manner on multi-engine IFR cross country flights
  • Apply the theory and practical knowledge gained to attain a Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Instrument Rating Command (Aeroplane) in a multi-engine aircraft
  • Demonstrate the knowledge and skills to plan and conduct a commercial flight from departure aerodrome to a destination aerodrome, or alternative aerodrome, navigating the aircraft under the applicable flight rules. This includes pre-flight planning, compliance with airspace procedures and departure and arrival procedures, and navigation under normal and abnormal conditions
  • Demonstrate that they can conduct themselves in a responsible and accountable manner on VFR cross country flights as a professional pilot conducting passenger or cargo carrying operations
  • Apply the theory and practical knowledge gained to attain a Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane) in a multi-engine aircraft
  • Demonstrate an ability to manage and maintain operational documentation and the need to maintain professional regulatory compliance and currency

Teaching methods

Hawthorn

Type Hours per week Number of weeks Total (number of hours)
Face to Face Contact (Phasing out)
Tutorial
8.58 12 weeks 103
Unspecified Learning Activities (Phasing out)
Independent Learning
3.92 12 weeks 47
TOTAL150

Assessment

Type Task Weighting ULO's
Practical ExaminationIndividual 100% 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 

Content

  • 35 hours dual flight instruction, 20 hours of simulator instruction. Comprising Pilot in Command, Endorsement training, Instrument Flight and Commercial flight training
  • 7.5 hours flight tests (Multi-engine class rating, Command Instrument Rating and Commercial Pilot Licence)
  • 20 hours pre-flight and post flight briefing is delivered for the flying and simulator sequences
  • Additionally, the student will require at least 21 hours for flight planning and pre-flight preparation for cross-country command sequences

Study resources

Reading materials

A list of reading materials and/or required textbooks will be available in the Unit Outline on Canvas.