Commercial Pilot Licence Practicum 2

AVF80013 12.5 Credit Points External Venue

Duration

  • 1 Semester

Contact hours

  • 106 Hours

2021 teaching periods

Hawthorn

Higher Ed. Semester 1 Higher Ed. Semester 2

Dates:
1 Mar 21 - 30 May 21

Results:
6 Jul 21

Last self enrolment:
14 Mar 21

Census:
31 Mar 21

Last withdraw without fail:
16 Apr 21

Dates:
2 Aug 21 - 31 Oct 21

Results:
7 Dec 21

Last self enrolment:
15 Aug 21

Census:
31 Aug 21

Last withdraw without fail:
17 Sep 21

More teaching periods
HT1  Term 1 HT2  Term 2

Dates:
1 Mar 21 - 18 Apr 21

Results:
18 May 21

Last self enrolment:
1 Mar 21

Census:
12 Mar 21

Last withdraw without fail:
26 Mar 21

Dates:
19 Apr 21 - 30 May 21

Results:
6 Jul 21

Last self enrolment:
19 Apr 21

Census:
7 May 21

Last withdraw without fail:
14 May 21

HT3  Term 3 Summer

Dates:
2 Aug 21 - 12 Sep 21

Results:
12 Oct 21

Last self enrolment:
2 Aug 21

Census:
13 Aug 21

Last withdraw without fail:
27 Aug 21

Dates:
4 Jan 21 - 14 Feb 21

Results:
2 Mar 21

Last self enrolment:
4 Jan 21

Census:
15 Jan 21

Last withdraw without fail:
29 Jan 21

Winter

Dates:
21 Jun 21 - 1 Aug 21

Results:
17 Aug 21

Last self enrolment:
21 Jun 21

Census:
2 Jul 21

Last withdraw without fail:
16 Jul 21


Prerequisites

CASA IREX theory pass, 4 of 7 CASA CPL Theory Exam Passes
and

Corequisites

Concurrent Prerequisite:
Unit can be completed prior to or at the same time: 
The remaining 3 CASA CPL Theory Exam Passes
 
Anti Requisite
Successfully completed unit similar in content:
 
 

Aims and objectives

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 Command Instrument Rating and Commercial Pilot Licence (A).
To develop the skills and attributes of a professional pilot conducting passenger or cargo carrying operations.
 
At the completion of this unit of study the student should be able to:
1. Demonstrate that they can safely operate a multi-engine aircraft within defined limitations to commercial and COAA standard operating procedures.
2. Conduct aircraft pre-flight determining complete aircraft serviceability, fuel requirements and loading procedures and performance requirements in a multi-engine aircraft.
3. Demonstrate that they can manage aircraft systems, passengers, company and air traffic control requirements during normal and abnormal operations.
4. 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.
5. Demonstrate that they can conduct themselves in a responsible and accountable manner on multi-engine IFR cross country flights.
6. Apply the theory and practical knowledge gained to attain a Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Instrument Rating Command (Aeroplane) in a multi-engine aircraft.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. Apply the theory and practical knowledge gained to attain a Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane) in a multi-engine aircraft.
10. Demonstrate an ability to manage and maintain operational documentation and the need to maintain professional regulatory compliance and currency.
 
 
Course Learning Outcomes (CLO) developed in this Unit
This Unit of Study will contribute to you attaining the following CLOs:
 
Graduate Certificate of Aviation (Piloting)
1. Demonstrate both broad and specialised technical knowledge and skills within the field of professional pilot practice;
2. Critically apply theoretical and practical skills as a professional pilot and to be able to analyse, evaluate and review to provide solutions to non ambiguous, ambiguous and novel complex flight scenarios;
3. Apply knowledge and skills beyond the minimum specified in the Civil Aviation Safety Authority Part 61 Manual of Standards to achieve the licencing qualification of Commercial Pilot (Aeroplane);
4. Apply knowledge and skills beyond the minimum as specified by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to achieve the rating qualification of Instrument Rating Command Multi Engine Aeroplane;
6. Initiate high level judgements within the professional pilot framework;
7. Successfully communicate complex knowledge, skills and ideas with a variety of stakeholder audiences in a range of practical and technical and learning contexts;
8. Demonstrate professional standards at all times that include responsibility and accountability with a pro-active professional pilot work ethic and recognise the need to engage in ongoing professional development.