- One Semester
- 8 Hours
On-campus unit delivery combines face-to-face and digital learning.
Aims and objectives
From 2017 - Unit will be re-named (previously named - Multi Engine Command Instrument Rating Additional Practicum)
To transition the student into the IFR environment at the higher level of competency required to manage a Multi Engine Aircraft.
At the completion of this unit of study the student should:
- Apply the appropriate flight planning principles to Multi Engine flight under the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) considering all legal operational requirements
- Use radio navigation aids and Global Positioning Systems for en-route navigation
- Demonstrate proficiency in instrument flying, including well developed instrument scan technique and the ability to fly sector entries, holding patterns and instrument let down procedures
- Demonstrate Multi Engine day and night circling approaches
- Demonstrate sound Multi Engine aircraft and engine handling techniques
- Explain the physiological effects and illusions associated with instrument flying
- Conduct an IFR flight to the standard required to gain a Multi Engine Rating and Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) Command Instrument Rating (Multi-Engine Aeroplane)