Combined APS Multi-Crew Co-Operation and Advanced UPRT
The APS MULTI-CREW CO-OPERATION and ADVANCED UPRT combines the APS MCC, introduced by EASA to deliver enhanced MCC training to match Airline Pilot Standards, with the mandatory Advanced UPRT training (Upset Prevention and Recovery Training).
As part of the APS MCC training, you will undertake advanced swept-wing jet aircraft training using airline Standard Operating Procedures. The regulatory requirement for FSTD training is 40 hours.
UPRT constitutes a combination of theoretical knowledge and flying training with the aim of providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training (aeroplane upsets).
The course is intended to maximise your employment prospects, by equipping you with the knowledge, skills and attitude required to commence initial type rating training as well as providing you with the mandatory UPRT skillset that is a now an airline requirement.
You will complete your APS MCC and ADVANCED UPRT in one location at our Gloucestershire Airport HQ in the UK, making use of our premium equipment and highly experienced staff.
APS MCC and ADVANCED UPRT typically takes four weeks to complete.
£7,437 inc. VAT – see Finance and Funding for more information.
- You must be a holder of a CPL(A) and MEIR (A) or MEIR skill test certificate
- Have completed the Theoretical Knowledge instruction for the ATPL(A).
- Hold a valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
APS MULTI-CREW CO-OPERATION
- 28 hours of Theoretical Knowledge Instruction and practical scenario-based training
- 40 hours (10 days) of simulator training in our brand-new Boeing 737 Max simulator
- Personal Study Guide covering normal and non-normal checklist management, Standard Operating Procedures and briefing guidance.
- 1 day UPRT theoretical knowledge training
- 3 hours of UPRT Slingsby T67 Firefly training