The MCC course is the last module towards the completion of the ATPL course.
The objectives are to develop the technical and non-technical components of the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to operate a multicrew aircraft.
Some of the desired competencies to achieve are: Communication, Leadership, Team Work, Situation Awareness, Workload Management, Problem Solving and Decision Making.
It's also a requirement to enroll in a Type Rating course.
Theoretical instruction – 25h – 8 days
Simulator instruction – 20h (5 sessions) – 3 days
Approximately 2 weeks.
- Human Factors and Flight Safety
- Error, Performance and Safety
- Situation awareness
- Team Performance
- Communication and Radio
- Briefings and debriefing during the simulator training
- Route familiarization
- Procedures and Practices
- Decision Making
- Air Operator Policies
The applicant shall have completed an ATP Integrated course. In case the applicant has not graduated from an ATP Integrated course, it shall hold a CPL with ME/IR.
- MCC Manual
- Aircraft Manual