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Part 61 Manual of Standards Instrument 2014

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Standards/Other as amended, taking into account amendments up to Part 61 Manual of Standards Amendment Instrument 2016 (No. 1)
This instrument sets out matters, in particular standards, relating to flight crew licensing. It also imposes a condition on flight examiner ratings that the holder of the rating must comply with CASA’s Flight Examiners’ Handbook when conducting flight tests or proficiency checks.
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Table of contents.

Schedule 4          Aeronautical examinations

The following Table of Contents and Index of Codes are for guidance only and are not part of the Schedule.

Table of Contents

INDEX OF CODES  559

Section 1            Flight crew licence and associated category ratings. 560

Appendix 1.0        Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL) 560

RPL – Aeroplane Category Rating. 560

RPL – Helicopter Category Rating. 560

RPL – Gyroplane Category Rating. 560

RPL – NAVIGATION ENDORSEMENT. 560

RPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved. 560

RPL – Airship Category Rating – Reserved. 560

Appendix 1.1        Private Pilot Licence (PPL) 561

PPL – Aeroplane Category Rating. 561

PPL – Helicopter Category Rating. 561

PPL – Gyroplane Category Rating. 561

PPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved. 561

PPL – Airship Category Rating – Reserved. 561

Appendix 1.2        Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) 562

CPL – All Aircraft Category Ratings. 562

CPL – Aeroplane Category Rating. 562

CPL – Helicopter Category Rating. 562

CPL – Gyroplane Category Rating. 562

CPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved. 562

CPL – Airship Category Rating – Reserved. 562

Appendix 1.3        Multi-Crew Pilot Licence (MPL) 563

MPL – Aeroplane Category Ratings. 563

Appendix 1.4        Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) 564

ATPL – All Aircraft Category Ratings. 564

ATPL – Aeroplane Category Rating. 564

ATPL – Helicopter Category Rating. 564

ATPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved. 564

Appendix 1.5        Flight Engineer Licence. 565

Flight Engineer Licence. 565

Appendix 2.1        Private IFR Rating. 566

Private IFR Rating  566

Appendix 2.2        Instrument Rating. 566

Instrument Rating  566

Appendix 2.3        Aerial Application Rating. 566

Aerial application – Aeroplane endorsement 566

Aerial application– Helicopter endorsement 566

Aerial application– Gyroplane endorsement 566

Appendix 2.4        Flight or Simulator Instructor Rating. 566

Section 3            Foreign Licence Conversion. 567

Appendix 3.1        Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) Overseas Conversion Examinations. 567

All Aircraft Category Ratings. 567

Aeroplane Category Rating. 567

Helicopter Category Rating. 567

Gyroplane Category Rating. 567

Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved. 567

Airship Category Rating – Reserved. 567

Appendix 3.2        Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) or Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL) Overseas Conversion Examinations. 568

All Aircraft Category Ratings. 568

Aeroplane Category Rating. 568

Helicopter Category Rating. 568

Powered-lift Category Rating – Reserved. 568

Section 4            Australian Defence Force (ADF) Conversion. 569

Appendix 4.1        Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) ADF Conversion Examinations. 569

All Aircraft Category Ratings. 569

Aeroplane Category Rating. 569

Helicopter Category Rating. 569

Powered-lift Category Rating – Reserved. 569

INDEX OF CODES


AALW                                       563, 564, 569

AASA                                       563, 564, 569

AASH                                                565,569

AFPA                                       563, 564, 569

AFPH                                               564, 569

AGRA                                                      566

AGRG                                                      566

AGRH                                                      566

AHUF                               563, 564, 568, 569

AMET                                       563, 564, 569

ANAV                                       563, 564, 569

AOSA                                                       568

AOSH                                                      568

APLA                                        563, 564, 569

APLH                                               564, 569

CADA                                               562, 563

CADG                                                      562

CADH                                                      562

CFPA                                               562, 563

CFPG                                                       562

CFPH                                                       562

CHUF                                       562, 563, 567

CLWA                                              562, 563

CLWG                                                      562

CLWH                                                      562

CMET                                              562, 563

CNAV                                               562, 563

COSA                                                      567

COSG                                                      567

COSH                                                      567

CSYA                                               562, 563

CSYG                                                      562

CSYH                                                       562

FENG                                                       565

PIRC                                                        566

IREX                        563, 564, 566, 568, 569

PIFR                                                         566

PPLA                                                        561

PPLG                                                       561

PPLH                                                       561

RPLA                                                       560

RPLG                                                       560

RPLH                                                       560

RPLN                                                       560

 

 


 

Section 1       Flight crew licence and associated category ratings

Appendix 1.0         Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL)

RPL – Aeroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

RPLA

RPL – Aeroplane

70

2.0

RPL – Helicopter Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

RPLH

RPL – Helicopter

70

2.0

RPL – Gyroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

RPLG

RPL – Gyroplane

70

2.0

RPL – NAVIGATION ENDORSEMENT

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

RPLN

RPL – Navigation

70

1.5

RPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved

RPL – Airship Category Rating – Reserved

Appendix 1.1         Private Pilot Licence (PPL)

PPL – Aeroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

PPLA

PPL – Aeroplane

70

3.5

PPL – Helicopter Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

PPLH

PPL – Helicopter

70

3.5

PPL – Gyroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

PPLG

PPL – Gyroplane

70

3.5

PPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved

PPL – Airship Category Rating – Reserved

Appendix 1.2         Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)

CPL – All Aircraft Category Ratings

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

CNAV

CPL – Navigation

70

1.75

CMET

CPL – Meteorology

70

1.5

CHUF

CPL – Human Factors

70

1.25

CPL – Aeroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

CLWA

CPL – Flight Rules and Air Law – Aeroplane

80

2.0

CADA

CPL – Aerodynamics – Aeroplane

70

1.5

CSYA

CPL – Aircraft General Knowledge – Aeroplane

70

1.5

CFPA

CPL – Operation, Performance and Planning – Aeroplane

70

2.5

CPL – Helicopter Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

CLWH

CPL – Flight Rules and Air Law – Helicopter

80

2.0

CADH

CPL – Aerodynamics – Helicopter

70

1.5

CSYH

CPL – Aircraft General Knowledge – Helicopter

70

1.5

CFPH

CPL – Operation, Performance and Planning – Helicopter

70

2.5

CPL – Gyroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

CLWG

CPL – Flight Rules and Air Law – Gyroplane

80

2.0

CADG

CPL – Aerodynamics – Gyroplane

70

1.5

CSYG

CPL – Aircraft General Knowledge – Gyroplane

70

1.5

CFPG

CPL – Operation, Performance and Planning – Gyroplane

70

2.5

CPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved

CPL – Airship Category Rating – Reserved

Appendix 1.3         Multi-Crew Pilot Licence (MPL)

MPL – Aeroplane Category Ratings

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

CNAV

CPL – Navigation

70

1.75

CMET

CPL – Meteorology

70

1.5

CHUF

CPL – Human Factors

70

1.25

CLWA

CPL – Flight Rules and Air Law – Aeroplane

80

2.0

CADA

CPL – Aerodynamics – Aeroplane

70

1.5

CSYA

CPL – Aircraft General Knowledge – Aeroplane

70

1.5

CFPA

CPL – Operation, Performance and Planning – Aeroplane

70

2.5

AALW

ATPL – Air Law

80

1.5

AHUF

ATPL – Human Factors

70

1.25

AMET

ATPL – Meteorology

70

1.5

ANAV

ATPL – Navigation

70

1.5

AFPA

ATPL – Flight Planning – Aeroplane

70

3.0

APLA

ATPL – Performance and loading – Aeroplane

70

2.5

AASA

ATPL – Aerodynamics and Aircraft Systems – Aeroplane

70

1.5

IREX

Instrument Rating

70

3.5

Appendix 1.4         Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL)

ATPL – All Aircraft Category Ratings

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AALW

ATPL – Air Law

80

1.5

AHUF

ATPL – Human Factors

70

1.25

AMET

ATPL – Meteorology

70

1.5

ANAV

ATPL – Navigation

70

1.5

ATPL – Aeroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AFPA

ATPL – Flight Planning – Aeroplane

70

3.0

APLA

ATPL – Performance and Loading – Aeroplane

70

2.5

AASA

ATPL – Aerodynamics and Aircraft Systems – Aeroplane

70

1.5

IREX

Instrument Rating

70

3.5

ATPL – Helicopter Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AFPH

ATPL – Flight Planning – Helicopter

70

3.0

APLH

ATPL – Performance and Loading – Helicopter

70

2.5

AASH

ATPL – Aerodynamics and Aircraft Systems – Helicopter

70

1.5

ATPL – Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved

Appendix 1.5         Flight Engineer Licence

Flight Engineer Licence

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

FENG

Flight Engineer

70

2.0

Section 2  Operational Ratings

Appendix 2.1         Private IFR Rating

Private IFR Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

PIFR

Private IFR Rating

70

2.0

Appendix 2.2         Instrument Rating

Instrument Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

IREX

Instrument Rating

70

3.5

Appendix 2.3         Aerial Application Rating

Aerial application – Aeroplane endorsement

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AGRA

Aerial Application – Aeroplane

75

2.0

Aerial application– Helicopter endorsement

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AGRH

Aerial Application – Helicopter

75

2.0

Aerial application– Gyroplane endorsement

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AGRG

Aerial Application – Gyroplane

75

2.0

Appendix 2.4         Flight or Simulator Instructor Rating

 

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

PIRC

Instructor Rating

75

2.0

 

Section 3       Foreign Licence Conversion

Appendix 3.1         Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) Overseas Conversion Examinations

All Aircraft Category Ratings

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

CHUF

CPL – Human Factors

70

1.25

Aeroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

COSA

CPL Overseas Conversion – Aeroplane

80

2.0

Helicopter Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

COSH

CPL Overseas Conversion – Helicopter

80

2.0

Gyroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

COSG

CPL Overseas Conversion – Gyroplane

80

2.0

Powered-Lift Category Rating – Reserved

Airship Category Rating – Reserved

Appendix 3.2         Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) or Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL) Overseas Conversion Examinations

All Aircraft Category Ratings

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AHUF

ATPL – Human Factors

70

1.25

Aeroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AOSA

ATPL Overseas Conversion – Aeroplane

Reference the following Unit codes for knowledge standards in Schedule 3

1.             AMET

2.             CLWA

3.             AALW

80

3.0

IREX

Instrument Rating

70

3.5

Helicopter Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AOSH

ATPL Overseas Conversion – Helicopter

Reference the following Unit codes for knowledge standards in Schedule 3

1.             CLWH

2.             AALW

3.             CMET

80

3.0

Powered-lift Category Rating – Reserved

Section 4       Australian Defence Force (ADF) Conversion

Appendix 4.1         Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) ADF Conversion Examinations

All Aircraft Category Ratings

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AALW

ATPL – Air Law

80

1.5

AHUF

ATPL – Human Factors

70

1.25

AMET

ATPL – Meteorology

70

1.5

ANAV

ATPL – Navigation

70

1.5

Aeroplane Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AFPA

ATPL – Flight Planning – Aeroplane

70

3.0

APLA

ATPL – Performance and Loading – Aeroplane

70

2.5

AASA

ATPL – Aerodynamics and Aircraft Systems – Aeroplane

70

1.5

IREX*

Instrument Rating

70

3.5

*Only if applicant has not previously held an instrument rating.

Helicopter Category Rating

Examination Code

Examination Subject

Pass Standard %

Time Limit Hours

AFPH

ATPL – Flight planning – Helicopter

70

3.0

APLH

ATPL – Performance and Loading – Helicopter

70

2.5

AASH

ATPL – Aerodynamics and Aircraft Systems – Helicopter

70

1.5

Powered-lift Category Rating – Reserved



 

Schedule 5          Flight test standards

The following Table of Contents and Index of Codes are for guidance only and are not part of the Schedule.

Table of Contents

INDEX OF CODES  572

Section G           Recreational pilot licence (RPL) 573

Appendix G.1        RPL Aeroplane category rating flight test 573

Appendix G.2        RPL Helicopter category rating flight test 575

Appendix G.3        RPL Gyroplane category rating flight test – Reserved. 576

Appendix G.4        RPL Airship category rating flight test – Reserved. 576

Section H           Private pilot licence (PPL) 577

Appendix H.1         PPL Aeroplane category rating flight test 577

Appendix H.2         PPL Helicopter category rating flight test 580

Appendix H.3         PPL Powered-lift category rating flight test – Reserved. 581

Appendix H.4         PPL Gyroplane category rating flight test – Reserved. 581

Appendix H.5         PPL Airship category rating flight test – Reserved. 581

Section I             Commercial pilot licence (CPL) 582

Appendix I.1          CPL Aeroplane category rating flight test 582

Appendix I.2          CPL Helicopter category rating flight test 584

Appendix I.3          CPL Powered-lift category rating flight test – Reserved. 585

Appendix I.4          CPL Gyroplane category rating flight test – Reserved. 585

Appendix I.5          CPL Airship category rating flight test – Reserved. 585

Section J            Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL) 586

Appendix J.1         MPL Aeroplane category rating flight test 586

Section K           Air transport pilot licence (ATPL) 588

Appendix K.1         ATPL Aeroplane category rating flight test 588

Appendix K.2         ATPL Helicopter category rating flight test 590

Appendix K.3         ATPL Powered-lift category rating flight test – Reserved. 591

Section L           Aircraft ratings and endorsements. 592

Appendix L.1         Single-engine aeroplane class rating flight test 592

Appendix L.2         Multi-engine aeroplane class rating flight test 593

Appendix L.3         Single-engine aeroplane type rating flight test 594

Appendix L.4         Multi-engine aeroplane type rating flight test 595

Appendix L.5         Cruise relief co-pilot type rating flight test 596

Appendix L.6         Single-engine helicopter class rating flight test 597

Appendix L.7         Single-engine helicopter type rating flight test 598

Appendix L.8         Multi-engine helicopter type rating flight test 599

Appendix L.9         Single-engine gyroplane class rating. 600

Appendix L.10       Airship class rating flight test – Reserved. 600

Appendix L.19       Cruise relief aeroplane type rating – Reserved. 600

Section M          Instrument ratings. 601

Appendix M.1        Instrument rating flight test 601

Section N           Private instrument ratings. 603

Appendix N.1         Private instrument rating flight test 603

Section O           Night VFR ratings. 605

Appendix O.1        Night VFR rating flight test 605

Section P           Night vision imaging system (NVIS) ratings. 607

Appendix P.1         Night vision imaging system rating flight test 607

Section Q           Low-level ratings. 608

Appendix Q.2        Low-level rating flight test 608

Section R           Aerial application ratings. 610

Appendix R.1         Aerial application rating flight test 610

Section T           Pilot instructor ratings. 612

Appendix T.1         Flight instructor rating flight test 612

Appendix T.2         Simulator instructor rating flight test 614

Section U           Flight examiner ratings. 616

Appendix U.0         Flight examiner rating flight test 616

Appendix U.12      English language assessment endorsement – Reserved. 616

Section V           Flight engineer licences. 617

Appendix V.1         Flight engineer licence flight test 617

Section W          Flight engineer type rating.. 618

Appendix W.2       Flight engineer type rating flight test 618

Section X           Flight engineer instructor ratings. 619

Appendix X.0         Flight engineer instructor rating flight test 619

Section Y           Flight engineer examiner ratings. 621

Appendix Y.0         Flight engineer examiner rating flight test 621

Appendix Y.4         English language assessment endorsement – Reserved. 621


 

INDEX OF CODES


A1                             574, 578, 583, 592, 593

A2                             574, 578, 583, 592, 593

A3                             574, 578, 583, 592, 593

A4                             574, 578, 583, 592, 593

A5                             574, 578, 583, 592, 593

A6                                     574, 578, 583, 592

AA1                                                           611

AA2                                                           611

AA3                                                           611

AA4                                                           611

AA5                                                           611

AA6                                                           611

C1 573, 575, 577, 580, 582, 584, 586, 560, 568

C2 573, 575, 577, 580, 582, 584, 586, 588, 590, 592, 593, 597, 600, 617, 618,

C3     577, 580, 583, 584, 586, 588, 590, 617

C4 573, 575, 577, 580, 583, 584, 592, 593, 597, 600

C5 573, 575, 577, 580, 583, 584, 586, 588, 590

CIR                           587, 589, 591, 602, 604

CTA                                  579, 581, 583, 585

CTR                                  579, 581, 583, 585

FER                                                  616, 621

FIR1                                          613, 615, 620

FIR3                                                          613

FIR9                                          613, 615, 620

GSE                                                          600

H1                                     575, 581, 585, 597

H2                                     576, 581, 585, 597

H3                                     576, 581, 585, 597

H4                                     576, 581, 585, 597

H5                                     576, 581, 585, 597

H6                                     576, 581, 585, 597

H7                                     576, 581, 585, 597

IAP2                          587, 589, 591, 602, 604

IAP3                          587, 589, 591, 602, 604

IFF 574, 578, 581, 583, 585, 586, 589, 590, 592, 593, 602, 604, 605, 607

IFL 583, 585, 586, 589, 590, 602, 604, 606, 607

IREX                         563, 564, 566, 568, 569

LL-A                                          609, 611, 568

LL-G                                          609, 611, 568

LL-H                                          609, 611, 568

LL-M                                                 609, 568

LL-SO                                               609, 568

LL-WR                                              609, 568

MCO                                         587, 589, 590

NAV                          578, 580, 583, 585, 587

NTS1 573, 575, 577, 580, 583, 584, 586, 588, 590, 592, 593, 594, 595, 596, 597, 598, 599, 600, 602, 604, 605, 607, 609, 611, 613, 615, 616, 617, 618, 620, 621,

NTS2 573, 575, 577, 580, 583, 584, 586, 588, 590, 592, 593, 594, 595, 596, 597, 598, 599, 600, 602, 604, 605, 607, 609, 611, 613, 615, 616, 617, 618, 620, 621

NVR1                                        604, 606, 607

NVR2                                                        606

NVR3                                                606, 566

OGA                                 579, 581, 583, 585

ONTA                               578, 581, 583, 585

PIF                                                            604

PPF                                           574, 584, 562

RNE          578, 581, 583, 585, 587, 589, 590

SIR                                                    615, 620

TR-CR                                                      596

TR-FE                                               617, 618

TR-MEA                                                   595

TR-MEH                                                   599

TR-SEA                                                    594

TR-SEH                                                    598


 

Section G      Recreational pilot licence (RPL)

Appendix G.1           RPL Aeroplane category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a recreational pilot licence with aeroplane category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements A2.3 and A4.2, if sufficient cross-wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the recreational pilot licence with aeroplane category rating;

(b)     applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(c)      VFR aircraft instrument requirements;

(d)     emergency equipment requirements;

(e)      fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(f)      managing cargo and passengers;

(g)     aircraft speed limitations;

(h)      refuelling.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C1

Communicating in the aviation environment

Nil

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

For element C2.1 – Pre-flight actions and procedures, the following criteria are not required if they are not applicable to the aircraft being used for the flight test:

(a)   2.1(b)(i) MEL;

(b)   2.1(b)(vi) global navigation system.

C4

Manage fuel

For element C4.2 – Manage fuel system, the following criteria are not required:

(a)   2.2(f) accurately maintain fuel log;

(c)   2.2(m) configure the aircraft correctly.

For element C4.3 – Refuel aircraft, is not required.

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

A1

Control aeroplane on the ground

For element A1.1 – Start and stop engine, with respect to paragraph 2.1(c), the test must include at least one of the following simulated emergencies:

(a)   engine fire on start;

(b)   engine fire on shut down;

(c)   inoperative magneto;

(d)   live magneto.

A2

Take-off aeroplane

Nil

A3

Control aeroplane in normal flight

For element A3.1 – Climb aeroplane, with respect to paragraph 2.1(d), replace the list of climbing manoeuvres with the following:

   (i)   cruise climb and one of the following:

         (A)  best angle of climb; or

         (B)  best rate of climb.

For element A3.6 – Perform circuits and landings, the Range of Variables is amended as follows:

   (i)   paragraph 3(f)(iii) – glide approach and landing is not required;

  (ii)   paragraph (3)(g)(iv) – shortened circuit pattern is not required.

A4

Land an aeroplane

For element A4.1 – Land aeroplane, the Range of Variables in subclause 3(f) – approach and landing configurations: paragraph (3)(f)(iii) – glide is not required.

A5

Aeroplane advanced manoeuvres

For element A5.1 – Enter and recover from a stall, include either subparagraph 2.1(c)(iii) or subparagraph 2.1(c)(iv)(D).

For element A5.3 – Turn aeroplane steeply, paragraph 2.3(c) is not required.

A6

Manage abnormal situations – single‑engine aeroplanes

Nil

IFF

Instrument flight full panel

Nil

Appendix G.2           RPL Helicopter category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a recreational pilot licence with helicopter category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in a helicopter, within the flight tolerances specified in table 3 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements H2.2 and H3.1, if sufficient wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the recreational pilot licence with helicopter category rating;

(b)     applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(c)      VFR aircraft instrument requirements;

(d)     emergency equipment requirements;

(e)      fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(f)      managing cargo and passengers;

(g)     aircraft speed limitations.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

C1

Communicating in the aviation environment

Nil

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

For element C2.1 – Pre-flight actions and procedures, the following criteria are not required if they are not applicable to the aircraft being used for the flight test:

(a)   2.1(b)(i) MEL;

(b)   2.1(b)(vi) global navigation system.

C4

Manage fuel

For element C4.2 – Manage fuel system, the following criteria are not required:

(a)   2.2(f) accurately maintain fuel log;

(b)   2.2(g) state endurance at any point during flight;

(c)   2.2(m) configure the aircraft correctly.

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

H1

Control helicopter on the ground – stationary

For element H1.1 – Start and stop engine, with respect to paragraph 2.1(f), the test must include at least one of the following simulated emergencies:

(a)   engine fire on start;

(b)   engine fire on shut down;

(c)   inoperative magneto;

(d)   live magneto.

H2

Control helicopter in lift-off, hover and landing

Nil

H3

Taxi helicopter

Nil

H4

Take-off helicopter and approach to hover

Nil

H5

Control helicopter in normal flight

For element H5.1 – Climb helicopter, with respect to paragraph 2.1(a), replace the list of climbing manoeuvres with the following:

   (i)   maintain IAS for cruise climb, and one of the following:

         (A)  maintain IAS for best angle of climb (VX);

         (B)  maintain IAS for best rate of climb (VY).

H6

Control helicopter during advanced manoeuvres

Element H6.6 – Land on and take off from a pinnacle or ridge line is not required.

H7

Manage abnormal situations and emergencies – helicopter

Nil

Appendix G.3           RPL Gyroplane category rating flight test – Reserved

Appendix G.4           RPL Airship category rating flight test – Reserved


Section H      Private pilot licence (PPL)

Appendix H.1           PPL Aeroplane category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a private pilot licence with aeroplane category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements A2.3 and A4.2, if sufficient cross-wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the private pilot licence with aeroplane category rating;

(b)     applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(c)      VFR aircraft instrument requirements;

(d)     emergency equipment requirements;

(e)      requirements for landing areas/aerodromes;

(f)      GNSS and its use in VFR navigation;

(g)     fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(h)      loading and unloading fuel;

(i)       managing cargo and passengers;

(j)       aircraft loading system;

(k)      aircraft performance and landing calculations;

(l)       PPL maintenance authorisations;

(m)    aircraft speed limitations;

(n)      aircraft systems.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C1

Communicating in the aviation environment

Nil

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

For element C4.2 – Manage fuel system, the following criterion is not required:

2.2(m) – Configure the aircraft correctly etc.

For element C4.3 – Refuel aircraft, the following criterion is not required:

2.3(c) – Correctly load and unload fuel.

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1 {Manage Flight}

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2 {Threat and error management (TEM)}

Nil

NAV

Navigate aircraft

Nil

A1

Control aeroplane on the ground

For element A1.1 – Start and stop engine, with respect to paragraph 2.1(c), the test must include at least one of the following simulated emergencies:

(a)   engine fire on start;

(b)   engine fire on shut down;

(c)   inoperative magneto;

(d)   live magneto.

A2

Take off

Nil

A3

Control aeroplane in normal flight

For element A3.1 – Climb aeroplane, paragraph 2.1(d), replace the list of climbing manoeuvres with the following:

   (i)   cruise climb and one of the following:

         (A)  best angle of climb; or

         (B)  best rate of climb.

For element A3.2 – Maintain straight and level flight, with respect to paragraph 2.2(d), replace the list of straight and level manoeuvres with the following:

   (i)   at slow speed;

  (ii)   at normal speed;

(iii)   during acceleration and deceleration;

(iv)   with flaps selected;

  (v)   and one of the following:

         (A)  maximum range;

         (B)  maximum endurance;

         (C)  high speed cruise.

A4

Land an aeroplane

Nil

A5

Aeroplane advanced manoeuvres

For element A5.1 – Enter and recover from a stall, with respect to paragraph 2.1(c), replace the list of manoeuvres with the following:

   (i)   incipient stall;

  (ii)   stall without power applied;

(iii)   stall from straight and level;

(iv)   stall in the approach configuration;

  (v)   stall while turning; 

(vi)   and at least one of the following:

         (A)  stall with full power applied;

         (B)  stall while climbing;

         (C)  stall while descending.

A6

Manage abnormal situations – single‑engine aeroplanes

Nil

IFF

Instrument flight full panel

Nil

RNE

Radio navigation – en route

Nil

ONTA

Operate at non-towered aerodrome

Nil

OGA

Operate in Class G airspace

Nil

CTR

Operate at a controlled aerodrome

Nil

CTA

Operate in controlled airspace

Nil

Appendix H.2           PPL Helicopter category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a private pilot licence with helicopter category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in a helicopter, within the flight tolerances specified in table 3 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements H2.2 and H3.1, if sufficient wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the private pilot licence with helicopter category rating;

(b)     applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(c)      VFR aircraft instrument requirements;

(d)     emergency equipment requirements;

(e)      requirements for landing areas/aerodromes;

(f)      GNSS and its use in VFR navigation;

(g)     fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(h)      loading and unloading fuel;

(i)       managing cargo and passengers;

(j)       aircraft loading system;

(k)      aircraft performance and landing calculations;

(l)       PPL maintenance authorisations;

(m)    aircraft speed limitations;

(n)      aircraft systems.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C1

Communicating in aviation environment

Nil

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

For element C4.2 – Manage fuel system, the following criterion is not required:

2.2(m) – Configure the aircraft correctly etc.

For element C4.3 – Refuel aircraft, the following criterion is not required:

2.3(c) – Correctly load and unload fuel.

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

NAV

Navigate aircraft

Nil

H1

Control helicopter on the ground – stationary

Nil

H2

Control helicopter in lift-off, hover and landing

Nil

H3

Taxi helicopter

Nil

H4

Take-off helicopter and approach to hover

Nil

H5

Control helicopter in normal flight

For element H5.1 – Climb helicopter, paragraph 2.1(a), replace the list of climbing profiles with the following:

   (i)   maintain IAS for cruise climb, and one of the following:

         (A)  maintain IAS for best angle of climb (VX);

         (B)  maintain IAS for best rate of climb (VY)

H6

Control helicopter during advanced manoeuvres

Element H6.6 – Land on and take off from a pinnacle or ridge line is not required.

H7

Manage abnormal situations and emergencies – helicopter

Nil

IFF

Instrument flight full panel

Unit IFF is not required if flight test is conducted under the provisions of regulation 202.277A.

RNE

Radio navigation – en route

Nil.

ONTA

Operate at non-towered aerodrome

Nil

OGA

Operate in Class G airspace

Nil

CTR

Operate at a controlled aerodrome

Nil

CTA

Operate in controlled airspace

Nil

Appendix H.3           PPL Powered-lift category rating flight test – Reserved

 

Appendix H.4           PPL Gyroplane category rating flight test – Reserved

 

Appendix H.5           PPL Airship category rating flight test – Reserved

Section I        Commercial pilot licence (CPL)

Appendix I.1 CPL Aeroplane category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a commercial pilot licence with aeroplane category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements A2.3 and A4.2, if sufficient cross-wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

1.4         The aircraft used for a flight test for the aeroplane category rating must have the following characteristics:

(a)      cruise true airspeed of not less than 120 kts;

(b)     a powerplant with one of the following:

(i)       turbine engine with propeller; or

(ii)      piston engine with variable pitch propeller.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the commercial pilot licence with aeroplane category rating;

(b)     requirements for an AOC;

(c)      classification of operations;

(d)     type of information contained in an operations manual;

(e)      flight and duty time limits;

(f)      applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(g)     day VFR commercial aircraft instrument requirements;

(h)      emergency equipment requirements;

(i)       requirements for landing areas/aerodromes;

(j)       GNSS and its use in VFR navigation;

(k)      fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(l)       loading and unloading fuel;

(m)    managing cargo and passengers;

(n)      aircraft loading system;

(o)     normal and non-normal operation of the propeller system fitted to flight test aeroplane;

(p)     aircraft performance and landing calculations;

(q)     CPL maintenance authorisations;

(r)       aircraft speed limitations;

(s)      aircraft systems.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C1

Communicating in the aviation environment

Nil

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

For element C4.3 – Refuel aircraft, the following criterion is not required:

2.3(c) – Correctly load and unload fuel.

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

NAV

Navigate aircraft

Nil

A1

Control aeroplane on the ground

Nil

A2

Take-off aeroplane

Nil

A3

Control aeroplane in normal flight

Nil

A4

Land aeroplane

Element A4.4 – Perform recovery from missed landing is not required.

A5

Aeroplane advanced manoeuvres

For element A5.1 – Enter and recover from a stall, replace the list of manoeuvres in paragraph 2.1(c) with the following:

   (i)   incipient stall;

  (ii)   stall without power applied;

(iii)   stall from straight and level;

(iv)   stall in the approach configuration;

  (v)   stall while turning; 

(vi)   and at least one of the following:

         (A)  stall with full power applied;

         (B)  stall while climbing;

         (C)  stall while descending.

A6

Manage abnormal situations – single‑engine aeroplanes

Nil

IFF

Instrument flight full panel

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

RNE

Radio navigation – en route

Nil

ONTA

Operate at non-towered aerodrome

Nil

OGA

Operate in Class G airspace

Nil

CTR

Operate at a controlled aerodrome

Nil

CTA

Operate in controlled airspace

Nil

Appendix I.2 CPL Helicopter category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a commercial pilot licence with helicopter category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in a helicopter, within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements H2.2 and H3.1, if sufficient wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the commercial pilot licence with helicopter category rating;

(b)     requirements for an AOC;

(c)      classification of operations;

(d)     type of information contained in an operations manual;

(e)      flight and duty time limits;

(f)      applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(g)     day VFR commercial aircraft instrument requirements;

(h)      emergency equipment requirements;

(i)       requirements for landing areas/aerodromes;

(j)       GNSS and its use in VFR navigation;

(k)      fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(l)       loading and unloading fuel;

(m)    managing cargo and passengers;

(n)      aircraft loading system;

(o)     aircraft performance and landing calculations;

(p)     CPL maintenance authorisations;

(q)     aircraft speed limitations;

(r)       aircraft systems.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C1

Communicating in the aviation environment

Nil

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

For element C4.3 – Refuel aircraft, the following criterion is not required:

2.3(c) – Correctly load and unload fuel.

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

NAV

Navigate aircraft

Nil

H1

Control helicopter on the ground

Nil

H2

Control helicopter in lift-off, hover and landing

Nil

H3

Taxi helicopter

Nil

H4

Take-off helicopter and approach to hover

Nil

H5

Control helicopter in normal flight

For paragraph 2.1(d) of element H5.1 – Climb helicopter, replace the list of climbing profiles with the following:

(i)  maintain IAS for cruise climb, and one of the following:

        (A)   maintain IAS for best angle of climb (VX);

         (B)  maintain IAS for best rate of climb (VY).

H6

Control helicopter during advanced manoeuvres

Element H6.6 – Land on and take-off from a pinnacle or ridge line is not required.

H7

Manage abnormal situations and emergencies – helicopter

Nil

IFF

Instrument flight full panel

Unit IFF is not required if flight test is conducted under the provisions of regulation 202.277B.

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

RNE

Radio navigation – en route

Nil

ONTA

Operate at non-towered aerodrome

Nil

OGA

Operate in Class G airspace

Nil

CTR

Operate at a controlled aerodrome

Nil

CTA

Operate in controlled airspace

Nil

Appendix I.3 CPL Powered-lift category rating flight test – Reserved

 

Appendix I.4 CPL Gyroplane category rating flight test – Reserved

 

Appendix I.5 CPL Airship category rating flight test – Reserved

Section J               Multi-crew Pilot Licence (MPL)

Appendix J.1           MPL Aeroplane category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a multi-crew pilot licence with aeroplane category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in tables 2 and 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements A2.3 and A4.2, if sufficient cross-wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

1.4         The aircraft used for a flight test must be a multi-crew turbine-powered aeroplane.

1.5         The applicant must perform the functions of co-pilot.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the multi-crew pilot licence with aeroplane category rating;

(b)     requirements for an AOC;

(c)      classification of operations;

(d)     type of information contained in an operations manual;

(e)      flight and duty time limits;

(f)      applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(g)     aircraft instrument requirements;

(h)      emergency equipment requirements;

(i)       requirements for aerodromes;

(j)       fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(k)      managing cargo and passengers;

(l)       aircraft loading system;

(m)    aircraft performance and landing calculations

(n)      maintenance authorisations;

(o)     aircraft speed limitations;

(p)     aircraft systems.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C1

Communicating in the aviation environment

Nil

C2

Perform pre- and post-light actions and procedures

 Element C2.2 – Perform pre-fight inspection is not required.

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element IFL.4 – re-establish visual flight is not required.

NAV

Navigate aircraft

Nil

RNE

Radio navigation – en route

Nil

MCO

Manage flight during multi-crew operations

Nil

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

Nil

TR-MEA

Type rating multi-engine aeroplane

Nil

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

Nil

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

Nil

Section K      Air transport pilot licence (ATPL)

Appendix K.1           ATPL Aeroplane category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for an air transport pilot licence with aeroplane category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in tables 2 and 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         For Schedule 2 elements A2.3 and A4.2, if sufficient cross-wind conditions do not exist at the time of the flight test then, providing the examiner is satisfied the applicant’s achievement records indicate that competency has been achieved during training, the element may be excluded from the flight test.

1.4         The aircraft used for a flight test must be a multi-crew turbine-powered aeroplane.

1.5         The applicant must perform the functions of pilot in command.

1.6         The applicant must demonstrate her or his competency in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, performing instrument approach operations for at least 3 different kinds of procedures, including a 2D instrument approach operation and an ILS or GLS instrument approach of a published DA.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the air transport pilot licence with aeroplane category rating;

(b)     requirements for an AOC;

(c)      classification of operations;

(d)     type of information contained in an operations manual;

(e)      flight and duty time limits;

(f)      applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(g)     aircraft instrument requirements;

(h)      emergency equipment requirements;

(i)       requirements for aerodromes;

(j)       fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(k)      managing cargo and passengers;

(l)       aircraft loading system;

(m)    aircraft performance and landing calculations;

(n)      maintenance authorisations;

(o)     aircraft speed limitations and systems;

(p)     If the flight test is conducted in an FSTD, the criteria prescribed in elements C2.2 and C2.3.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

 For this unit, if the flight test is conducted in an FSTD, elements C2.2 and C2.3 are not required.

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

 For this unit, the Range of Variables in subclause 3(b) is amended to include approved FSTD.

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element IFL.4 – re-establish visual flight is not required.

RNE

Radio navigation – en route

Nil

MCO

Manage flight during multi-crew operations

Nil

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

Nil

TR – MEA

Type rating multi-engine aeroplane

Nil

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

Nil

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

Nil

Appendix K.2           ATPL Helicopter category rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for an air transport pilot licence with helicopter category rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in a helicopter, within the flight tolerances specified in tables 4 and 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft used for a flight test must be a multi-crew turbine-powered helicopter.

1.4         The applicant must perform the functions of pilot in command.

1.5         If the applicant is the holder of an instrument rating, then the applicant must demonstrate her or his competency in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, performing instrument approach operations for at least 3 different kinds of procedures, including a 2D instrument approach operation and an ILS or GLS instrument approach of a published DA.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the air transport pilot licence with helicopter category rating;

(b)     requirements for an AOC;

(c)      classification of operations;

(d)     type of information contained in an operations manual;

(e)      flight and duty time limits;

(f)      applicability of drug and alcohol regulations;

(g)     aircraft instrument requirements;

(h)      emergency equipment requirements;

(i)       requirements for aerodromes and helicopter landing sites;

(j)       fuel planning and oil requirements for the flight;

(k)      managing cargo and passengers;

(l)       aircraft loading system;

(m)    aircraft performance and landing calculations;

(n)      maintenance authorisations;

(o)     aircraft speed limitations and systems.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C5

Manage passengers and cargo

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element IFL.4 – re-establish visual flight is not required.

RNE

Radio navigation – en route

Nil

MCO

Manage flight during multi-crew operations

Nil

TR-SEH

Type rating single-engine helicopter

This unit is not required if the flight test is conducted in a multi-engine helicopter.

TR-MEH

Type rating multi-engine helicopter

This unit is not required if the flight test is conducted in a single-engine helicopter.

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

This unit is only required if the applicant holds an instrument rating and one of the following endorsements:

(a)   single-engine helicopter instrument endorsement;

(b)   multi-engine helicopter instrument endorsement.

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

This unit is only required if the applicant holds an instrument rating and one of the following endorsements:

(a)   single-engine helicopter instrument endorsement;

(b)   multi-engine helicopter instrument endorsement.

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

This unit is only required if the applicant holds an instrument rating and one of the following endorsements:

(a)   single-engine helicopter instrument endorsement;

(b)   multi-engine helicopter instrument endorsement.

Appendix K.3           ATPL Powered-lift category rating flight test – Reserved

Section L       Aircraft ratings and endorsements

Appendix L.1           Single-engine aeroplane class rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a single-engine aeroplane class rating must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the single-engine aeroplane class rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to single-engine aeroplanes:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the class rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

A1

Control aeroplane on the ground

Nil

A2

Take-off aeroplane

Nil

A3

Control aeroplane in normal flight

Element A3.7 – local area airspace, is not required.

A4

Land aeroplane

Nil

A5

Aeroplane advanced manoeuvres

Nil

A6

Manage abnormal situations – single‑engine aeroplanes

Nil

IFF

Instrument flight full panel

Nil

Appendix L.2           Multi-engine aeroplane class rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a multi-engine aeroplane class rating must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the multi-engine aeroplane class rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to multi-engine aeroplanes:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the class rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

A1

Control aeroplane on the ground

Nil

A2

Take-off aeroplane

Nil

A3

Control aeroplane in normal flight

Element A3.7 – local area airspace, is not required.

A4

Land aeroplane

Nil

A5

Aeroplane advanced manoeuvres

Nil

IFF

Instrument flight full panel

Nil

AME

Operate multi-engine aeroplane

Nil

Appendix L.3           Single-engine aeroplane type rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a type rating for a single-engine aeroplane must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane covered by the type rating, within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the type rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to the type of aircraft:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the type rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

 

TR-SEA

Type rating single-engine aeroplane

Nil

 

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

Appendix L.4           Multi-engine aeroplane type rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a type rating for a multi-engine aeroplane must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane covered by the type rating, within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the type rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to the type of aircraft:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the type rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

 

TR-MEA

Type rating multi-engine aeroplane

Nil                                                                      

 

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

Appendix L.5           Cruise relief co-pilot type rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a cruise relief co-pilot type rating must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane covered by the type rating, within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the type rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to the type of aircraft:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the type rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

 

TR-CR

Type rating cruise relief aeroplane

Nil

 

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

Appendix L.6           Single-engine helicopter class rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a single-engine helicopter class rating must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in a helicopter, within the flight tolerances specified in table 3 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the single-engine helicopter class rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to single-engine helicopters:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the class rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

H1

Control helicopter on the ground – stationary

Nil

H2

Control helicopter in lift-off, hover and landing

Nil

H3

Taxi helicopter

Nil

H4

Take-off helicopter and approach to hover

Nil

H5

Control helicopter in normal flight

Nil

H6

Control helicopter during advanced manoeuvres

Nil

H7

Manage abnormal situations and emergencies – helicopter

Nil

Appendix L.7           Single-engine helicopter type rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a type rating for a single-engine helicopter must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in a helicopter covered by the type rating, within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the type rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to the type of aircraft:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the type rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

TR-SEH

Type rating single-engine helicopter

Nil

Appendix L.8           Multi-engine helicopter type rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a type rating for a multi-engine helicopter must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane covered by the type rating, within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the type rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to the type of aircraft:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the type rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

 

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

TR-MEH

Type rating multi-engine helicopter

Nil

 

Appendix L.9           Single-engine gyroplane class rating

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a single-engine gyroplane class rating must demonstrate her or his competency by performing manoeuvres in a gyroplane, within the flight tolerances specified in table 7 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For subclause 1.1, a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for the flight test must be covered by the single-engine gyroplane class rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, applicable to single-engine helicopters:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the class rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

C2

Perform pre- and post-flight actions and procedures

Nil

C4

Manage fuel

Nil

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

GSE

Single-engine gyroplane

Nil

Appendix L.10         Airship class rating flight test – Reserved

Appendix L.19         Cruise relief aeroplane type rating – Reserved

Section M      Instrument ratings

Appendix M.1          Instrument rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of an instrument rating must include a test of competency for the purposes of granting the following instrument endorsements:

(a)      1 aircraft class/category endorsement;

(b)     the IAP 2D instrument approach endorsement.

1.2         A flight test that is for the grant of an additional instrument endorsement must include a test of competency in all of the units and elements, which are prescribed in this Appendix.

1.3         An applicant for an instrument rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      for the grant of an instrument rating — performing instrument approach operations for at least 2 different kinds of procedures;

(b)     for the grant of subsequent endorsements — performing an instrument approach operation for at least 1 kind of procedure using azimuth guidance;

(c)      if the flight test includes the 3D instrument approach endorsement — performing an ILS or GLS instrument approach;

(d)     for instrument approaches — performing the approach to a published DA;

(e)      performing instrument approach operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(f)      for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(g)     for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(e), (f) and (g), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         An aircraft that is used for an instrument rating flight test must be certificated for flight under the IFR and be appropriate for each endorsement covered by the flight test.

1.6         For an instrument rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional aircraft category or class endorsement, the applicant must demonstrate her or his competency in element CIR.8 conducting a 2D instrument approach operation in at least 1 kind of procedure;

1.7         RESERVED

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the instrument rating and each instrument endorsement covered by the flight test;

(b)     proficiency check requirements;

(c)      IFR and approach recency requirements;

(d)     night recency requirements;

(e)      NVFR operations;

(f)      IFR flight and duty limitations;

(g)     interpreting operational meteorological information;

(h)      take-off minima;

(i)       holding and alternate requirements;

(j)       IFR procedures for all airspace classifications;

(k)      departure and approach instrument procedures;

(l)       operations below LSALT and MSA for day and night operations

(m)    GNSS and PBN standards;

(n)      circling approaches;

(o)     adverse weather operations;

(p)     ERSA normal and emergency procedures;

(q)     IFR planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element IFL.4 – re-establish visual flight is not required.

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

For element CIR.3 – Conduct a published instrument departure (all engines), is only required if a SID or other published procedure is available.

For a test in a single-engine aircraft, Elements CIR.4 – Conduct an instrument departure (1 engine inoperative) – simulated IMC and CIR.9 – Perform an instrument approach 1 engine inoperative (multi-engine aircraft only) – simulated IMC are not required.

For element CIR.6 – Perform a descent and arrival under the IFR, where a published standard arrival procedure is not available, competency must be demonstrated conducting a standard IFR descent and arrival procedure.

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

If the flight test is for the grant of an instrument rating, for the Range of Variables, at least 3 of the approaches in paragraph 3(j) must be included.

If the flight test is for the grant of an additional aircraft category or class endorsement, for the Range of Variables, at least 1 approach in paragraph 3(j) must be included.

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

This unit is only required if the flight test is also for the grant of an IAP 3D instrument endorsement.

Section N      Private instrument ratings

Appendix N.1           Private instrument rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a private instrument rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting the following private instrument endorsements:

(a)      1 aircraft class/category endorsement;

(b)     at least 1 navigation endorsement.

1.2         A flight test that is for the grant of an additional private instrument endorsement must include a test of competency in all of the units and elements, which are prescribed in this Appendix.

1.3         An applicant for a private instrument rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      performing en route navigation and holding under the IFR using the navigation system that is for each navigation endorsement included in the test;

(b)     if the flight test includes a departure endorsement — performing a take-off and departure other than a standard instrument departure, under the IFR in an aircraft that is covered by the navigation endorsement;

(c)      if the flight test includes an approach/arrival endorsement — performing an approach or arrival under the IFR using the navigation system that is covered by the approach/arrival endorsement;

(d)     if the flight test includes an approach/arrival category specific endorsement — performing an approach or arrival under the IFR in a multi-engine aircraft of the category that is covered by the category, using the navigation system that is covered by the approach/arrival category specific endorsement;

(e)      if the flight test includes a night endorsement — performing an operation at night under the IFR in an aircraft of the category covered by the night endorsement;

(f)      for instrument approaches, performing the approach to the published DA;

(g)     for instrument approach operations — performing within the flight tolerances specified in table 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(h)      for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(i)       for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(g), (h) and (i), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The aircraft that is used for a private instrument rating flight test must be certificated for flight under the IFR and be appropriate for each endorsement covered by the flight test.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the private instrument rating and the private instrument endorsement(s) covered by the flight test;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      recency requirements;

(d)     NVFR recency requirements;

(e)      NVFR operations;

(f)      interpreting operational and meteorological information;

(g)     IFR planning;

(h)      take-off minima;

(i)       holding and alternate requirements;

(j)       IFR procedures – all airspace classifications;

(k)      departure and approach instrument procedures;

(l)       operations below LSALT/MSA for day and night operations;

(m)    GNSS;

(n)      circling approaches;

(o)     ERSA normal and emergency procedures.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

This unit is not required if the flight test is for the grant of an additional private instrument endorsement.

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

This unit is not required if the flight test is for the grant of an additional private instrument endorsement.

Element IFL.4 – re-establish visual flight is not required.

PIF

Conduct a private IFR flight

Nil

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

This unit is only required if the flight test is for the grant of any of the following:

(a)   departure endorsement;

(b)   approach/arrival endorsement;

(c)   approach/arrival endorsement – category specific.

For element CIR.3 – perform an instrument departure is only required if the flight test is for the grant of a departure endorsement.

For element CIR.6 – perform a descent and arrival under the IFR is only required if the flight test is for the grant of the STAR private instrument endorsement.

For a test in a single-engine aircraft, Element CIR.9 – Perform an instrument approach 1 engine inoperative (multi-engine aircraft only) – simulated IMC is not required.

NVR1

Conduct a traffic pattern at night

This unit is only required if the following apply:

(a)   the flight test is for the grant of the night private instrument endorsement;

(b)   the applicant is not the holder of an NVFR rating with the applicable NVFR endorsement.

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

This unit is required only if the flight test is for the grant of a 2D Approach/arrival private instrument endorsement.

If the flight test is for the grant of an additional aircraft category or class private instrument endorsement, the applicant must demonstrate her or his competency performing the 2D approach operations that he or she is authorised to conduct.

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

This unit is required only if the flight test is for the grant of a 3D approach/arrival private instrument endorsement.

Section O      Night VFR ratings

Appendix O.1           Night VFR rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a night VFR rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting at least 1 night VFR endorsement.

1.2         A night VFR rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional night VFR endorsement must include a test of competency in all of the units and elements which are prescribed in this Appendix.

1.3         An applicant for a night VFR rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      performing an operation at night under the VFR;

(b)     for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(d)     for manoeuvres in a gyroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 7 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.4         For subclause 1.3(b), (c) and (d), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The aircraft that is used for a night VFR flight test must be certificated for flight under the night VFR and be of the appropriate category and class.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the night VFR rating and the night VFR endorsement that is  covered by the flight test;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      night recency requirements;

(d)     NVFR operations;

(e)      interpreting operational and meteorological information;

(f)      ground and aircraft lighting requirements;

(g)     NVFR planning;

(h)      use of instrument and navigation systems;

(i)       take-off minima;

(j)       holding and alternate requirements;

(k)      NVFR procedures for all airspace classifications;

(l)       departure and approach procedures;

(m)    operations below LSALT and MSA for day and night operations;

(n)      hazardous weather and conditions;

(o)     GNSS;

(p)     ERSA normal and emergency procedures.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

NVR1

Conduct a traffic pattern at night

Nil

NVR2

Night VFR – single-engine aircraft

This unit is not required if the flight test is for the grant of the multi-engine aeroplane Night VFR endorsement.

NVR3

Night VFR – multi-engine aircraft

This unit is not required if the flight test is for the grant of the single-engine aeroplane Night VFR endorsement.

Section P      Night vision imaging system (NVIS) ratings

Appendix P.1           Night vision imaging system rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a night vision imaging system rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting at least 1 night vision imaging system endorsement.

1.2         A night vision imaging system rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional night vision imaging system endorsement must include a test of competency in all of the units and elements prescribed in this Appendix.

1.3         An applicant for a night vision imaging system flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      performing an operation at night under the VFR using vision imaging equipment;

(b)     performing manoeuvres within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(a) and (b), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The aircraft used for a night vision imaging system flight test and grade 2 night vision imaging system endorsement must be certificated for flight under the IFR.

1.6         The aircraft used for a night vision imaging system flight test and grade 1 night vision imaging system endorsement must be certificated for flight at night under the VFR.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the night vision imaging system rating and the endorsement that is covered by the flight test;

(b)     proficiency check review requirements;

(c)      night recency requirements;

(d)     NVFR and IFR operations as applicable to the endorsement covered by the flight test;

(e)      interpreting operational and meteorological information;

(f)      ground and aircraft lighting requirements;

(g)     use of instrument and navigation systems;

(h)      take-off minima;

(i)       holding and alternate requirements;

(j)       operational requirements and procedures – all airspace classifications;

(k)      operations below LSALT/MSA for day and night operations;

(l)       ERSA normal and emergency procedures.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

NVI

Night vision imaging system operation

Nil

Section Q      Low-level ratings

Appendix Q.2           Low-level rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a low-level rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting at least 1 general low-level endorsement.

1.2         A low-level rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional endorsement must include a test of competency in the applicable units, which are prescribed in this Appendix, that are relevant to the endorsement which the flight test is for.

1.3         An applicant for a low-level rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      performing low-level operations in an aircraft of the category that is covered by the general low-level endorsement;

(b)     for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(d)     for manoeuvres in a gyroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 7 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(b), (c) and (d), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The aircraft used for a low-level rating flight test must be of the appropriate category and class and be capable of being operated at low-level for the kind of operations covered by the endorsements the flight test is for.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a low-level rating and each of the endorsements covered by the test;

(b)     the authority given by the rating;

(c)      risk assessment techniques;

(d)     wind affect at low level and associated flying conditions;

(e)      the effect of mountainous terrain on airflow and associated flying conditions;

(f)      the hazards associated with low flying and how to identify them prior to and during a low‑level operation;

(g)     managing risks at low level;

(h)      the limitations of GNSS;

(i)       aircraft performance, including:

(i)       maximum rate turning;

(ii)      minimum radius turning;

(iii)     best angle of climb;

(iv)    best rate of climb;

(v)     1 engine inoperative performance (if applicable);

(j)       the effects of extreme environmental conditions on pilot health and performance;

(k)      the effects of fatigue and physical health on pilot performance;

(l)       analysis of actual and forecast weather relevant to low-level operations;

(m)    assessment of the geographical characteristics of the area of flying operations to ensure safe completion of the task.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

LL-A

Aeroplane low-level operations

This unit is only required if the flight test is conducted in an aeroplane.

LL-H

Helicopter low-level operations

This unit if only required if the flight test is conducted in a helicopter.

LL-G

Gyroplane low-level operations

This unit is only required if the flight test is conducted in a gyroplane.

LL-M

Aerial mustering operations

This unit is only required if the flight test is for the grant of an aerial mustering endorsement.

LL-SO

Sling operations

This unit is only required if the flight test is for the grant of a sling operations endorsement.

LL-WR

Winch and rappelling operations

This unit is only required if the flight test is for the grant of winch and rappelling operations endorsement.

Section R      Aerial application ratings

Appendix R.1           Aerial application rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of an aerial application rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting at least 1 aerial application endorsement.

1.2         A flight test for an aerial application rating that is for the grant of an additional endorsement must include a test of competency in the applicable units, which are prescribed in this Appendix, that are relevant to the endorsement the flight test is for.

1.3         An applicant for an aerial application rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      performing low-level operations in an aircraft of the category that is covered by the aerial application endorsement;

(b)     for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(d)     for manoeuvres in a gyroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 7 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(b), (c) and (d), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The aircraft used for an aerial application rating flight test must be of the appropriate category and be capable of being operated for the kind of operations that are covered by the endorsement or endorsements which the flight test is for.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of an aerial application rating and the endorsements included in the flight test;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements included in the flight test and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     risk assessment techniques;

(e)      wind affect at low level and associated flying conditions;

(f)      the effect of mountainous terrain on airflow and associated flying conditions;

(g)     the hazards associated with low flying and how to identify them prior to and during a low‑level operation;

(h)      managing risks at low level;

(i)       the limitations of GNSS;

(j)       aircraft performance, including:

(i)       maximum rate turning;

(ii)      minimum radius turning;

(iii)     best angle of climb;

(iv)    best rate of climb;

(v)     1 engine inoperative performance (if applicable);

(k)      the effects of extreme environmental conditions on pilot health and performance;

(l)       the effects of fatigue and physical health on pilot performance;

(m)    analysis of actual and forecast weather relevant to low-level operations;

(n)      assessment of the geographical characteristics of the area of flying operations to ensure safe completion of the task.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

LL-A

Aeroplane low-level operations

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of an aeroplane aerial application endorsement or aeroplane firefighting endorsement.

LL-H

Helicopter low-level operations

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of a helicopter aerial application endorsement or helicopter firefighting endorsement.

LL-G

Gyroplane low-level operations

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of a gyroplane aerial application endorsement.

AA1

Aeroplane aerial application operation

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of an aeroplane aerial application endorsement.

AA2

Helicopter aerial application operation

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of a helicopter aerial application endorsement.

AA3

Gyroplane aerial application operation

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of a gyroplane aerial application endorsement.

AA4

Aeroplane firefighting operation

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of an aeroplane firefighting endorsement.

AA5

Helicopter firefighting operation

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of a helicopter firefighting endorsement.

AA6

Night aerial application operation

This unit is required if the flight test is for the grant of a night aeroplane or helicopter or gyroplane aerial application endorsement.

Section T      Pilot instructor ratings

Appendix T.1           Flight instructor rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a flight instructor rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting of at least 1 training endorsement.

1.2         A fight instructor rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional training endorsement must include a test of competency in the applicable units, which are prescribed in this Appendix, that are relevant to the endorsement the flight test is for.

1.3         An applicant for a flight instructor rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting aeronautical knowledge training that is relevant to the training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(b)     assessing competence that is relevant to the training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(c)      conducting flight training that is relevant to the training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(d)     for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(e)      for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(f)      for manoeuvres in a gyroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(d), (e) and (f), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The aircraft used for a flight instructor rating flight test must be of the appropriate category and be capable of being operated for the kind of operations that are covered each training endorsement the flight test is for.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a flight instructor rating and the training endorsements included in the flight test;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements included in the flight test and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     standardisation and proficiency requirements of Part 141 and Part 142 operators;

(e)      preparing a student for training;

(f)      principles and methods of instruction;

(g)     for each training endorsement covered by the flight test, each of the following:

(i)       aeronautical knowledge;

(ii)      practical training aspects of the units and elements of competency;

(iii)     assessment techniques and standards;

(iv)    common errors experienced by students and methods for resolving them;

(v)     determining a student’s ability to conduct a solo flight;

(vi)    managing a student’s first solo flight;

(vii)   supervision;

(viii)  managing common threats and errors;

(ix)    environmental conditions;

(x)     if applicable, the flight review requirements and considerations that are relevant to the rating associated with the training endorsement;

(h)      administrative matters which are relevant to the training endorsement.

2.2         If the training endorsement authorises the instructor to conduct a flight review, the applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of conducting a flight review.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

FIR1

Conduct aeronautical knowledge training

Only element FIR1.2 – Conduct aeronautical knowledge training is required for this unit.

FIR3

Conduct flight training

This unit is required only if the flight test is being conducted in an aircraft.

The following elements are not required for this unit:

(a)   FIR3.6 – Complete post-training administration;

(d)   FIR3.7 – Review training.

FIR9

Multi-crew training endorsement

This unit is only required if the training endorsement applies to a multi-crew operation.

Appendix T.2           Simulator instructor rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a simulator instructor rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting at least one training endorsement.

1.2         A simulator instructor rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional training endorsement must include a test of competency in the applicable units, which are prescribed in this Appendix, that are relevant to the endorsement the flight test is for.

1.3         An applicant for a simulator instructor rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting aeronautical knowledge training that is relevant to the training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(b)     assessing competence that is relevant to the training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(c)      conducting flight training that is relevant to the training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(d)     for manoeuvres in a flight simulation training device (FSTD) that is for an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(e)      for manoeuvres in an FSTD that is for a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(d), (e) and (f), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The FSTD used for a flight instructor rating flight test must be appropriate and capable of being operated for the kind of operations that are covered by each training endorsement the flight test is for.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a simulator instructor rating and each training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements included in the flight test and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     standardisation and proficiency requirements of Part 141 and Part 142 operators;

(e)      preparing a student for training;

(f)      principles and methods of instruction;

(g)     using FSTDs for training and assessment, including limitations and advantages;

(h)      for each training endorsement covered by the flight test, the following:

(i)       aeronautical knowledge;

(ii)      practical training aspects of the units and elements of competency;

(iii)     assessment techniques and standards;

(iv)    common errors experienced by students and methods for resolving them;

(v)     supervision;

(vi)    managing common threats and errors;

(vii)   environmental conditions;

(viii)  if applicable, the flight review requirements and considerations that are relevant to the rating associated with the training endorsement;

(i)       administrative matters which are relevant to the training endorsement.

2.2         If the training endorsement authorises the instructor to conduct a flight review, the applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of conducting a flight review.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

SIR

Conduct training in an approved flight simulation training device

Nil

FIR1

Conduct aeronautical knowledge training

Only element FIR1.2 – Conduct aeronautical knowledge training is required for this unit.

FIR9

Multi-crew training endorsement

This unit is only required if the training endorsement applies to a multi-crew operation.

Section U      Flight examiner ratings

Appendix U.0           Flight examiner rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a flight examiner rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting at least 1 flight test endorsement.

1.2         A fight examiner rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional flight test endorsement must include a test of competency in the applicable units, which are prescribed in this Appendix, that are relevant to the endorsement the flight test is for.

1.3         An applicant for a flight examiner rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency conducting a flight test that is relevant to the flight test endorsement covered by the flight test.

1.4         Reserved.

1.5         The aircraft used for a flight examiner rating flight test must be of the appropriate category and capable of being operated for the kind of operations that are covered by each flight test endorsement the flight test is for.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a flight examiner rating and the flight test endorsements included in the flight test;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements included in the flight test and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     preparing an applicant for a flight test;

(e)      assessment methods;

(f)      for the flight test endorsement covered by the flight test, the following:

(i)       aeronautical knowledge;

(ii)      practical training aspects of the units and elements of competency;

(iii)     assessment techniques and standards;

(iv)    common errors demonstrated by students;

(v)     managing common threats and errors;

(vi)    environmental conditions;

(g)     administrative matters which are relevant to the flight test endorsement.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

FER

Conduct a flight test

Nil

Appendix U.12        English language assessment endorsement – Reserved

Section V      Flight engineer licences

Appendix V.1           Flight engineer licence flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a flight engineer licence must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing operations in a type of aeroplane covered by the type rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, applicable to the type of aircraft:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the licence;

(b)     flight review and proficiency check requirements.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

C3

Operate aeronautical radio

Nil

C2

Pre- and post-flight  actions and procedures

This unit is limited to performance criteria that are relevant to a flight engineer competency.

TR-FE

Type rating flight engineer – all categories

Nil

Section W     Flight engineer type rating

Appendix W.2          Flight engineer type rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         An applicant for a flight engineer type rating must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by performing operations in a type of aeroplane covered by the type rating.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, applicable to the type of aircraft:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the type rating;

(b)     flight review requirements;

(c)      navigation and operating systems;

(d)     normal, abnormal and emergency flight procedures;

(e)      operating limitations;

(f)      weight and balance limitations;

(g)     aircraft performance data, including take-off and landing performance data;

(h)      flight planning.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

C2

Pre- and post-flight  actions and procedures

This unit is limited to performance criteria that are relevant to a flight engineer competency.

TR-FE

Type rating flight engineer – all categories

Nil

Section X      Flight engineer instructor ratings

Appendix X.0           Flight engineer instructor rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a flight engineer instructor rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting of at least 1 flight engineer training endorsement.

1.2         A flight engineer instructor rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional flight engineer training endorsement must include a test of competency in the applicable units, which are prescribed in this Appendix, that are relevant to the endorsement the flight test is for.

1.3         An applicant for a flight engineer instructor rating flight test must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting aeronautical knowledge training that is relevant to the flight engineer training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(b)     assessing competence that is relevant to the flight engineer training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(c)      conducting flight training that is relevant to the flight engineer training endorsement covered by the flight test;

(d)     for manoeuvres in an FSTD that is for an aeroplane — performing within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(e)      for manoeuvres in an FSTD that is for a helicopter — performing within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.4         For paragraphs 1.3(d), (e) and (f), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The FSTD used for a flight engineer instructor rating flight test must be appropriate for the kinds of operations that are covered by each flight engineer training endorsement the flight test is for.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a flight engineer instructor rating and the flight engineer training endorsements included in the flight test;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsement included in the flight test, and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     preparing a student for training;

(e)      principles and methods of instruction;

(f)      using FSTDs for training and assessment, including limitations and advantages;

(g)     for each flight engineer training endorsement covered by the flight test, the following:

(i)       aeronautical knowledge;

(ii)      practical training aspects of the units and elements of competency;

(iii)     assessment techniques and standards;

(iv)    common errors experienced by students and methods for resolving them;

(v)     determining a student’s ability to conduct a solo flight;

(vi)    managing a student’s first solo flight;

(vii)   supervision;

(viii)  managing common threats and errors;

(ix)    environmental conditions;

(x)     if applicable, the flight review requirements and considerations that are relevant to the rating associated with the flight engineer training endorsement;

(h)      administrative matters which are relevant to the flight engineer training endorsement.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

SIR

Conduct training in an approved flight simulation training device

Nil

FIR1

Conduct aeronautical knowledge training

Only element FIR1.2 – Conduct aeronautical knowledge training is required for this unit.

FIR9

Multi-crew training endorsement

Omit this unit unless the training endorsement applies to a multi-crew operation.

Section Y      Flight engineer examiner ratings

Appendix Y.0           Flight engineer examiner rating flight test

1.           Flight test requirements

1.1         A flight test that is for the grant of a flight engineer examiner rating must include a test of competency for the purpose of granting of at least 1 flight engineer examiner endorsement.

1.2         A fight engineer examiner rating flight test that is for the grant of an additional flight engineer examiner endorsement must include a test of competency in the applicable units, which are prescribed in this Appendix, that are relevant to the endorsement the flight test is for.

1.3         An applicant for a flight engineer examiner rating flight test must be demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, conducting a flight test that is relevant to the flight engineer examiner endorsement covered by the flight test.

1.4         For paragraph 1.3(b), a sustained deviation outside the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.5         The aircraft or FSTD used for a flight engineer examiner rating flight test must be of the appropriate category and capable of being operated for the kind of operations that are covered by each flight engineer examiner endorsement the flight test is for.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of each of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the flight test:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a flight engineer examiner rating and the flight engineer examiner endorsements included in the flight test;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements included in the flight test and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     assessment methods;

(e)      for the flight engineer examiner endorsement covered by the flight test, the following:

(i)       aeronautical knowledge;

(ii)      practical training aspects of the units and elements of competency;

(iii)     assessment techniques and standards;

(iv)    common errors demonstrated by students;

(v)     managing common threats and errors;

(vi)    environmental conditions;

(f)      administrative matters which are relevant to the flight engineer examiner endorsement.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

FER

Conduct a flight test

Nil

Appendix Y.4           English language assessment endorsement – Reserved



AA1                                                               634

AA2                                                               634

AA4                                                               635

AA5                                                               635

CIR                                       624, 627, 628, 631

FER                                                              638

FIR1                                                              637

FIR3                                                              637

FIR9                                                              637

IAP2                                      625, 627, 629, 631

IAP3                                      625, 627, 629, 631

IFF                                624, 626, 628, 630, 632

IFL                                624, 626, 628, 630, 632

NTS1    624, 626, 628, 630, 632, 634, 636, 638

NTS2    624, 626, 627, 630, 632, 634, 636, 638

NV1                                                              632

 

 

 


 

Appendix 1   Instrument proficiency check – aeroplane category

1.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         An applicant for an instrument proficiency check for the aeroplane category must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting at least 2 instrument approach operations, including at least one 2D operation;

(b)     performing instrument approach operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For paragraphs 1.1(b), and (c), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for an instrument proficiency check must be certificated for flight under the IFR and a suitable means of simulating instrument meteorological conditions must be used.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics as applicable to the operations she or he conducts:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the instrument rating and the instrument endorsement(s) held by the applicant, including recency and proficiency check requirements;

(b)     IFR flight and duty limitations as applicable;

(c)      the interpretation of operational meteorological information;

(d)     take-off minima;

(e)      holding and alternate requirements;

(f)      IFR procedures for all airspace classifications;

(g)     departure and approach instrument procedures;

(h)      operations below LSALT and MSA for day and night operations;

(i)       GNSS, including PBN standards;

(j)       circling approaches;

(k)      ERSA normal and emergency procedures;

(l)       IFR planning;

(m)    adverse weather operations;

(n)      equipment requirements.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element A8.4 – Re-establish visual flight is not required.

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

For element CIR.3 – Conduct a published instrument departure (all engines), is only required if a SID or other published procedure is available.

For a test in a single-engine aircraft, Elements CIR.4 – Conduct an instrument departure (1 engine inoperative) – simulated IMC and CIR.9 – Perform an instrument approach 1 engine inoperative (multi-engine aircraft only) – simulated IMC are not required.

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

For this unit, the following paragraphs apply:

(a)   for the following elements:

(i)   element IAP2.3 – conducts a holding pattern;

(ii)   element IAP2.5 – conducts a missed approach;

demonstration of competency is only required for 1 of the approaches in paragraph 3(j) of the range of variables;

(b)  for element IAP2.3 – conducts a holding pattern, if the applicant is authorised to conduct instrument approach operations using a GNSS procedure, then competency conducting a holding pattern using GNSS must be demonstrated.

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

This unit is not required.

Note: If the applicant holds the IAP 3D instrument endorsement and this unit is not included in the check, limitations apply to exercising the privileges of that endorsement – refer to regulation 61.900.

Appendix 1A            Instrument proficiency check — aeroplane category (co-pilot)

1.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         This proficiency check standard applies to the following:

(a)      the holder of a continued authorisation that is equivalent to an instrument rating for the aeroplane category if the authorisation is subject to the condition that the holder is not authorised to act as pilot in command under the IFR licence;

(b)     the holder of an instrument rating for the aeroplane category granted on the basis of regulation 202.272 or 202.274 if the rating is subject to the condition that the holder is not authorised to act as pilot in command under the IFR.

1.2         An applicant for an instrument proficiency check for the aeroplane category must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting at least 2 instrument approach operations, including at least one 2D operation;

(b)     performing instrument approach operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      performing manoeuvres in an aeroplane within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.3         For paragraphs 1.2(b), and (c), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.4         The aircraft that is used for an instrument proficiency check must be certificated for flight under the IFR and a suitable means of simulating instrument meteorological conditions must be used.

1.5         An instrument proficiency check completed in accordance with this appendix does not meet the requirements for the removal of the condition about acting as pilot in command under the IFR as specified in regulation 61.887 or subregulation 202.266(5).

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics as applicable to the operations she or he conducts:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the instrument rating and the instrument endorsement(s) held by the applicant, including recency and proficiency check requirements;

(b)     IFR flight and duty limitations as applicable;

(c)      the interpretation of operational meteorological information;

(d)     take-off minima;

(e)      holding and alternate requirements;

(f)      IFR procedures for all airspace classifications;

(g)     departure and approach instrument procedures;

(h)      operations below LSALT and MSA for day and night operations;

(i)       GNSS, including PBN standards;

(j)       circling approaches;

(k)      ERSA normal and emergency procedures;

(l)       IFR planning;

(m)    adverse weather operations;

(n)      equipment requirements.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element A8.4 – Re-establish visual flight is not required.

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

For element CIR.1 – Plan a flight under the IFR, paragraphs 2.1(c) and (d) are not required.

For element CIR.2 – Perform an instrument departure, paragraphs 2.1(b) and (b) are not required.

For element CIR.3 – Conduct a published instrument departure (all engines), is only required if a SID or other published procedure is available.

Element CIR.4 – Conduct an instrument departure (1 engine inoperative) – Simulated IMC, is not required.

Element CIR.9 – Perform an instrument approach 1 engine inoperative (multi-engine aircraft only) – Simulated IMC, is not required.

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

For this unit, the following paragraphs apply:

(c)   for the following elements:

(i)   element IAP2.3 – conducts a holding pattern;

(ii)   element IAP2.5 – conducts a missed approach;

demonstration of competency is only required for 1 of the approaches in paragraph 3(j) of the range of variables;

(d)  for element IAP2.3 – conducts a holding pattern, if the applicant is authorised to conduct instrument approach operations using a GNSS procedure, then competency conducting a holding pattern using GNSS must be demonstrated.

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

This unit is not required.

Note: If the applicant holds the IAP 3D instrument endorsement and this unit is not included in the check, limitations apply to exercising the privileges of that endorsement – refer to regulation 61.900.

Appendix 2   Instrument proficiency check — helicopter category

1.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         An applicant for an instrument proficiency check for the helicopter category must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting at least 2 instrument approach operations, including at least one 2D operation;

(b)     performing instrument approach operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      performing manoeuvres in a helicopter within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For paragraphs 1.1(b), and (c), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.3         The aircraft that is used for an instrument proficiency check must be certificated for flight under the IFR.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topic as applicable to the operations she or he conducts:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the instrument rating and the instrument endorsement(s) held by the applicant, including recency and proficiency check requirements;

(b)     IFR flight and duty limitations as applicable;

(c)      the interpretation of operational meteorological information;

(d)     take-off minima;

(e)      holding and alternate requirements;

(f)      IFR procedures of all airspace classifications;

(g)     departure and approach instrument procedures;

(h)      operations below LSALT/MSA for day and night operations;

(i)       GNSS, including PBN standards;

(j)       circling approaches;

(k)      ERSA normal and emergency procedures;

(l)       IFR planning;

(m)    adverse weather operations;

(n)      equipment requirements.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element A8.4 – Re-establish visual flight is not required.

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

For element CIR.3 – Conduct a published instrument departure (all engines), is only required if a SID or other published procedure is available.

(e)   For a test in a single-engine aircraft, Elements CIR.4 – Conduct an instrument departure (1 engine inoperative) – simulated IMC and CIR.9 – Perform an instrument approach 1 engine inoperative (multi-engine aircraft only) – simulated IMC are not required.

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

For this unit, the following paragraphs apply:

(a)   for the following elements:

(i)     element IAP2.3 – Conducts a holding pattern;

(ii)    element IAP2.5 – Conducts a missed approach;

demonstration of competency is only required for 1 of the approaches in paragraph 3(j) of the range of variables;

(b)   for element IAP2.3 – Conducts a holding pattern, if the applicant is authorised to conduct instrument approach operations using a GNSS procedure, then competency conducting a holding pattern using GNSS must be demonstrated.

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

This unit is not required.

Note: If the applicant holds the IAP 3D instrument endorsement and this unit is omitted, limitations apply to the exercise of privileges of that endorsement – refer to regulation 61.900.

Appendix 2A            Instrument proficiency check — helicopter category (co-pilot)

1.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         This proficiency check standard applies to the following:

(a)      the holder of a continued authorisation that is equivalent to an instrument rating for the helicopter category if the authorisation is subject to the condition that the holder is not authorised to act as pilot n command under the IFR licence;

(b)     the holder of an instrument rating for the helicopter category granted on the basis of regulation 202.272 or 202.274 if the rating is subject to the condition that the holder is not authorised to act as pilot in command under the IFR.

1.2         An applicant for an instrument proficiency check for the helicopter category must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting at least 2 instrument approach operations, including at least one 2D operation;

(b)     performing instrument approach operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 5 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      performing manoeuvres in a helicopter within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.3         For paragraphs 1.2(b), and (c), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.4         The aircraft that is used for an instrument proficiency check must be certificated for flight under the IFR.

1.5         An instrument proficiency check completed in accordance with this appendix does not meet the requirements for the removal of the condition about acting as pilot in command under the IFR as specified in regulation 61.887 or subregulation 202.266(5).

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topic as applicable to the operations she or he conducts:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the instrument rating and the instrument endorsement(s) held by the applicant, including recency and proficiency check requirements;

(b)     IFR flight and duty limitations as applicable;

(c)      the interpretation of operational meteorological information;

(d)     take-off minima;

(e)      holding and alternate requirements;

(f)      IFR procedures of all airspace classifications;

(g)     departure and approach instrument procedures;

(h)      operations below LSALT/MSA for day and night operations;

(i)       GNSS, including PBN standards;

(j)       circling approaches;

(k)      ERSA normal and emergency procedures;

(l)       IFR planning;

(m)    adverse weather operations;

(n)      equipment requirements.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Element A8.4 – Re-establish visual flight is not required.

CIR

Conduct an IFR flight

For element CIR.1 – Plan a flight under the IFR, paragraphs 2.1(c) and (d) are not required.

For element CIR.2 – Perform an instrument departure, paragraphs 2.1(b) and (b) are not required.

For element CIR.3 – Conduct a published instrument departure (all engines), is only required if a SID or other published procedure is available.

Element CIR.4 – Conduct an instrument departure (1 engine inoperative) – Simulated IMC, is not required.

Element CIR.9 – Perform an instrument approach 1 engine inoperative (multi-engine aircraft only) – Simulated IMC,  is not required.

IAP2

Conduct an instrument approach 2D

For this unit, the following paragraphs apply:

(c)   for the following elements:

(iii)   element IAP2.3 – Conducts a holding pattern;

(iv)  element IAP2.5 – Conducts a missed approach;

demonstration of competency is only required for 1 of the approaches in paragraph 3(j) of the range of variables;

(d)   for element IAP2.3 – Conducts a holding pattern, if the applicant is authorised to conduct instrument approach operations using a GNSS procedure, then competency conducting a holding pattern using GNSS must be demonstrated.

IAP3

Conduct an instrument approach 3D

This unit is not required.

Note: If the applicant holds the IAP 3D instrument endorsement and this unit is omitted, limitations apply to the exercise of privileges of that endorsement – refer to regulation 61.900.

Appendix 3   Night vision imaging system proficiency check

1.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         An applicant for a night vision imaging system proficiency check must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      performing an operation at night under the VFR using vision imaging equipment;

(b)     performing manoeuvres in a helicopter within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.2         For paragraph 1.1(b), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topic except where the topic is not relevant to the proficiency check:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of the night vision imaging system rating and night vision imaging system endorsements;

(b)     proficiency check requirements;

(c)      night recency requirements;

(d)     NVFR and IFR operations as applicable to night vision imaging system endorsements;

(e)      interpreting operational and meteorological information;

(f)      ground and aircraft lighting requirements;

(g)     use of instrument and navigation systems;

(h)      take-off minima;

(i)       holding and alternate requirements;

(j)       operational requirements and procedures for all airspace classifications;

(k)      operations below LSALT and MSA for day and night operations;

(l)       ERSA normal and emergency procedures.

1.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

IFF

Full instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

IFL

Limited instrument panel manoeuvres

Nil

NVI

Night vision imaging system operation

Nil

Appendix 4   Aerial application proficiency check

1.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         An aerial application proficiency check must include a test of competency of at least 1 aerial application endorsement.

1.2         An applicant for an aerial application proficiency check must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      performing low-level operations;

(b)     for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(c)      for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.3         For paragraphs 1.2(b) and (c), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

1.4         The aircraft used for an aerial application proficiency check must be capable of being operated for the kind of operations that are covered by the endorsements which are included in the check.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the aerial application endorsements the applicant holds:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of an aerial application rating and the aerial application endorsements held by the applicant;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     risk assessment techniques;

(e)      wind affect at low level and associated flying conditions;

(f)      the effect of mountainous terrain on airflow and associated flying conditions;

(g)     the hazards associated with low flying and how to identify them prior to and during a low‑level operation;

(h)      operating in hilly terrain;

(i)       managing risks at low level and when conducting aerial application operations;

(j)       aircraft performance, including:

(i)       maximum rate turning;

(ii)      minimum radius turning;

(iii)     best angle of climb;

(iv)    best rate of climb;

(v)     1 engine inoperative performance (if applicable);

(k)      conducting aerial survey of treatment area;

(l)       conducting operations at an operational airstrip;

(m)    conducting operations at, or in the vicinity of, certified or registered aerodromes;

(n)      the effects of typical and extreme environmental conditions on pilot health and performance that are relevant to aerial application operations;

(o)     the effects of fatigue and physical health on pilot performance;

(p)     analysis of actual and forecast weather relevant to low-level operations;

(q)     assessment of the geographical characteristics of the area of flying operations to ensure safe completion of the task.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

AA1

Aeroplane aerial application operation

This unit is required only if the applicant holds an aeroplane aerial application endorsement and the proficiency check is being conducted in an aeroplane.

The following elements are not required:

(a)   AA1.1 – Pre-flight action;

(b)   AA1.2 – Fly to, assess, land and take-off from an operational strip;

(c)   AA1.3 – Fly between operational airstrip and application area;

(d)   AA1.4 – Conduct operations at a certified or registered aerodrome;

(e)   AA1.5 – Conduct an aerial survey of a treatment area;

(e)   AA1.8 – Manoeuvre and navigate at low level;

(f)    AA1.11 – Conduct operations over and under powerlines;

(g)   AA1.13 – Operate aircraft safely and effectively using GNSS swath guidance equipment;

(h)   AA1.14 – Operate at low level in hilly terrain.

AA2

Helicopter aerial application operation

This unit is required only if the applicant holds a helicopter aerial application endorsement and the proficiency check is being conducted in a helicopter.

The following elements are not required:

(a)   AA2.1 – Pre-flight actions;

(b)   AA2.2 – Planning and risk management;

(c)   AA2.3 – Fly to, assess, land and take-off from an operational HLS;

(d)   AA2.4 – Fly between operational HLS and application area;

(e)   AA2.5 – Conduct an aerial survey of a treatment area;

(f)    AA2.7 – Conduct operations over and under powerlines;

(g)   AA2.9 – Operate helicopter safely and effectively using GNSS swath guidance and equipment;

(h)   AA2.10 – Manage known helicopter risks during application operations;

(i)    AA2.11 – Operate at low level in hilly terrain.

AA4

Aeroplane firefighting operation

This unit is required only if the applicant holds an aeroplane firefighting endorsement and the proficiency check is being conducted in an aeroplane.

The following elements are not required:

(a)   AA4.1 – Applies human factors;

(b)   AA4.2 – Pre-flight actions;

(c)   AA4.4 – Demonstrates understanding of generic fire agency procedures;

(d)   AA4.5 – Planning and risk management;

(e)   AA4.6 – Fly to, assess, land and take-off from an operational strip;

(f)    AA4.7 – Fly between operational airstrip and application area;

(g)   AA4.8 – Conduct operations at a certified or registered aerodrome;

(h)   AA4.12 – Operate at low level in hilly terrain;

(i)     AA4.13 – Operate in high winds, high density altitude and high turbulence;

(j)     AA4.14 – Low-visibility operations.

AA5

Helicopter firefighting operation

This unit is required only if the applicant holds a helicopter firefighting endorsement and the proficiency check is being conducted in a helicopter.

The following elements are not required:

(a)   AA5.1 – Applies human factors;

(b)   AA5.2 – Pre-flight actions;

(c)   AA5.4 – Demonstrates understanding of generic fire agency procedures;

(d)   AA5.5 – Planning and risk management;

(e)   AA5.6 – Fly to, assess, land and take-off from an operational HLS;

(f)    AA5.7 – Fly between operational HLS and application area;

(g)   AA5.8 – Conduct operations at a certified or registered aerodrome;

(h)   AA5.14 – Manage known helicopter risks during firebombing operations;

(i)     AA5.15 – Low-visibility operations;

(j)     AA5.16 – Operate at low level in hilly terrain;

(k)   AA4.17 – Operate in high winds, high density altitude and high turbulence.

Appendix 5   Instructor proficiency check

1.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         An instructor proficiency check must include a test of competency of at least 1 training endorsement.

1.2         An applicant for an instructor proficiency check must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting aeronautical knowledge training;

(b)     conducting flight training;

(c)      for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(d)     for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(e)      for manoeuvres in a gyroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 of Schedule 7 of this MOS.

1.3         For paragraphs 1.2(c), (d) and (e), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, appropriate to the training endorsements the applicant holds:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a flight instructor rating and the training endorsements the applicant holds;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements the applicant holds;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     preparing a student for training;

(e)      principles and methods of instruction;

(f)      for the training endorsement(s) held by the applicant, the following:

(i)       aeronautical knowledge;

(ii)      practical training aspects of the units and elements of competency;

(iii)     assessment techniques and standards;

(iv)    common errors experienced by students and methods for resolving them;

(v)     determining a student’s ability to conduct a solo flight;

(vi)    managing a student’s first solo flight;

(vii)   supervision;

(viii)  managing common threats and errors;

(ix)    environmental conditions;

(x)     if applicable, the flight review requirements and considerations that are relevant to the rating associated with the training endorsement;

(g)     administrative matters which are relevant to the training endorsements held by the applicant.

2.2         For subclause 2.1, the demonstration of knowledge in the prescribed topics does not have to cover all of the training endorsements the applicant holds.

2.3         If the applicant is authorised to conduct a flight review, the applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of conducting a flight review.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

FIR1

Conduct aeronautical knowledge training

Only element FIR1.2 – Conduct aeronautical knowledge training is required for this unit.

FIR3

Conduct flight training

This unit is required only if the proficiency check is being conducted in an aircraft.

For element FIR3.1 – Plan flight training, the following elements are not required:

(j)    FIR3.6 – Complete post-training administration;

(k)   FIR3.7 – Review training.

FIR9

Multi-crew training endorsement

This unit is only required if the training endorsement applies to a multi-crew operation.

SIR

Conduct training in an approve flight simulation training device

This unit is required only if the proficiency check is being conducted in an approved flight simulation training device.

The following elements are not required:

(a)   SIR.6 – Complete post-training administration;

(b)   SIR.7 – Review training.

Appendix 6   Examiner proficiency check

2.           Proficiency check requirements

1.1         An examiner proficiency check must include a test of competency of at least 1 examiner endorsement.

1.2         An applicant for an examiner instructor proficiency check must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      conducting a flight test or proficiency check;

(b)     administering a flight test or proficiency check;

(c)      for manoeuvres in an aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(d)     for manoeuvres in a helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(e)      for manoeuvres in a gyroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 7 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS.

1.3         For paragraphs 1.2(c), (d) and (e), a sustained deviation outside of the applicable flight tolerance is not permitted.

2.           Knowledge requirements

2.1         The applicant is required to demonstrate her or his knowledge of the following topics, except where the topic is not relevant to the proficiency check:

(a)      the privileges and limitations of a flight examiner rating and the flight test endorsements the applicant holds;

(b)     the authority given by the rating and the endorsements held by the applicant and the applicable operational requirements;

(c)      proficiency check and flight review requirements;

(d)     preparing an applicant for a flight test or proficiency check;

(e)      assessment methods;

(f)      for the flight test endorsement endorsement(s) held by the applicant, the following:

(i)       aeronautical knowledge;

(ii)      practical training aspects of the units and elements of competency;

(iii)     assessment techniques and standards;

(iv)    common errors demonstrated by students;

(v)     managing common threats and errors;

(vi)    environmental conditions;

(g)     administrative matters which are relevant to the flight test endorsement.

2.2         For subclause 2.1, the demonstration of knowledge in the prescribed topics does not have to cover all of the training endorsements the applicant holds.

3.           Practical flight standards

Unit code

Unit of competency

Modifications

NTS1

Non-technical skills 1

Nil

NTS2

Non-technical skills 2

Nil

FER

Conduct a flight test

Nil



C1                                                         641, 649

C2                                                 641, 643, 649

FR-MEAC                                                    641

FR-MEAT                                                     642

FR-MEHT                                                     642

FR-SEAC                                                     641

FR-SEAT                                                      641

FR-SEGC                                                     642

FR-SEHT                                                     642

IAP2                                                              643

IAP3                                                              644

IFF                                                        644, 645

IFL                                                        644, 645

LL-A                                                              649

LL-G                                                             649

LL-H                                                              649

LL-M                                                             649

LL-SO                                                           649

LL-WR                                                          649

NTS1                                            641, 643, 645

NTS2                                            641, 643, 645

NVR1                                                            645

NVR2                                                            646

NVR3                                                            647

PIF                                                                643

 

 

 


 

Appendix L  Aircraft rating flight review

1.           Flight review requirements

1.1         The flight review requirements for an applicant who does not hold a commercial, multi-crew pilot or air transport pilot licence are specified in subclause 1.2.

1.2         For subclause 1.1 the applicant must demonstrate her or his competency, in the units of competency mentioned in clause 3, by doing the following:

(a)      for manoeuvres in a class-rated aeroplane — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 1 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(b)     for manoeuvres in a type-rated aeroplane — performing operations within the tolerances specified in table 2 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS:

(c)      for manoeuvres in a class-rated single-engine helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 3 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(d)     for manoeuvres in a type-rated helicopter — performing operations within the flight tolerances specified in table 4 in Section 1 of Schedule 8 of this MOS;

(e)