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Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics to 350 Differences Flight Training

 

 

The Challenger 300 Avionics Upgrade Flight Training course presents a comprehensive review of the PRO Line 21 Advanced Avionics package applicable to the Challenger 300 aircraft. This course will include three separate modules detailing information related to the new FMS 6200, MultiScanTM weather radar, and flight instruments.

In the flight management system (FMS) module, training introduces the new FMS, coupled with an improved satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS), equipped with GPS, which allows for localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV). It also covers how required navigation performance (RNP), designated airspace allows for less separation during various segments on an aircraft's flight plan.

Successful completion of this course does not alone constitute an operational approval.

This course is applicable for aircraft serial numbers 20003 thru 20407.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- Describe changes to flight instruments displays

- Identify all new features of the FMS-6200

- Identify changes to the weather radar system

 

Outline

- Flight Instruments

- Introduction to FMS 6200

- Global Navigation Satellite System/Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV Approach

- Weather Radar

 

 

 

Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 FANS-1/A (CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training course is a comprehensive review of the future air navigation systems. This course is presented in seven separate modules, with detailed information related to FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, and ADS-C operations.

This course is applied to the Challenger 300, Advanced Avionics, and Challenger 350 aircraft.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- State the concept of communication, navigation, and surveillance/air traffic management

- Identify specified data link message sets

- Send requests to ATC

- Respond to advisories from ATC

- Report current position to ATC

- Use voice communication in abnormal operations

- Describe the FANS constraints and limitations

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS 1/A+ functions

- Normal operations - ATC requests

- Normal operations - ATC reports and terminating operations

- Emergency operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations and  human factors

Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 Version 2.2 Differences Training

CL-300/CL-300 Advanced Avionics Version 2.2 Avionics Upgrade Training presents a comprehensive review of the 2.2 software update and AFM limitation changes.

Objectives

Upon completion of  this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify the changes to the electronic displays

- Identify the changes to the FMS system

- Identify the changes to AFM limitations

 

Challenger 300 LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Challenger 300 FMS 4.0 and GPS upgrades.

The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility.

Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

 

Challenger 300 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/350 Data Link Training

The Challenger 300 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/350 Data Link Training course introduces the concepts, functions, and operations of the optional Challenger data link systems. 

Objectives

·        Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to: 

·     - Describe the general concepts of data link communication

·     - Access data link functions including FANS, ATN CPDLC, AOC CORP, and ATS

·     - Identify data link system indications

·     - Verify data link systems prior to flight requiring FANS-1/A+

·     - Use the features available on the FMS CDU to monitor and test the data link system

- State MEL provisions and AFM limitations

 

 

Challenger 300 to 350 Differences Flight Training

The Challenger 300 to 350 Differences Flight Training course presents a comprehensive review of the differences between the CL300 and the CL350 aircraft. This course is comprised of six modules.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Recognize general structural and avionics aircraft differences

- Identify performance calculation differences for the Challenger 350

- Describe changes to flight instrument displays

- Identify all new features of the FMS-6200

- Identify changes to the navigation system

- Recognize callouts and annunciations associated with SmartRunway™ and SmartLanding™

Course Outline

- Aircraft General

- Performance Calculations

- Performance Calculation Differences

- Quick Reference Handbook

- CAFM

- CIFP

- Flight Instruments

- Flight Management System

- Introduction to FMS-6200

- Introduction and GNSS/SBAS

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV Approach

- Navigation

- TSS and Weather Radar

- Inertial Reference System

- SmartRunway™ and SmartLanding ™

- Introduction

- SmartRunway™

- SmartLanding ™

Challenger 300/350 Advanced Avionics LINK2000+ (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 300/300 Advanced Avionics/350 LINK2000 (ATN B1CPDLC) Training course presents a comprehensive review of the CL300/350 data link communication system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to :

- State concepts of LINK2000+

- Identify specified aeronautical telecommunications network (ATN) CPDLC message sets

- Logon to ATN

- Receive and respond to messages from ATN control center

- Send requests to ATN control

Outline

- Introduction

- System descriptions

- CPDLC operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations & human factors

Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training

The Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training course presents performance pages, available on the FMS 6200.

Using the FMS for performance calculations provides an alternative to using the AFM and the QRH to determine takeoff V-speeds, takeoff field length, maximum takeoff and landing weights, VNAV profile, and arrival V-speeds.

The following FMS performance features are presented:

- Performance initialization

- VNAV setup

- Takeoff reference

- Approach reference

- Fuel management

After presenting the FMS performance pages and how to enter data, practical exercises and knowledge checks are provided to practice and reinforce the material presented.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Use the FMS to determine takeoff and landing performance data

- Input required data to calculate FMS landing V-speeds

- Use the VNAV setup and fuel management pages

Outline

- Performance initialization

- VNAV setup

- Takeoff reference

- Approach reference

- Fuel management

Challenger 350 Interiors Training

​The Challenger 350 Interiors training course provides pilots, flight attendants, and maintenance personnel with information on the features and operation of interior systems including the LHT nice® system.

Objectives

- Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 

- Describe the cabin layout/configuration

- Describe the sources and control of cabin electrical power

- Describe how to control cabin systems through the cabin management system (CMS)

- Describe the cabin entertainment system

- Describe the cabin communication system

- Describe the water and waste system

- Describe the cabin lighting system

Challenger 604 Cold Weather Operations Training

The Challenger 604/605/650 Cold Weather Operations course presents terms, tables, and procedures associated with operations in cold weather for the Challenger 604, 605 and 650.

As this information is common to all 3 aircraft designations, only the Challenger 650 AFM and FCOM pages are presented. The information for the Challenger 604 and 605 can be found in their appropriate manuals. Any differences between variants, apart from page number, will be identified.

This course does not satisfy any requirement of 14 CFR Part 61.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

 

- Define important terms and concepts

- Describe key operating limitations

- Describe the use of holdover time (HOT) tables

- Identify the types of deicing/anti-icing fluids

- List phase of flight procedures

- Recall airborne icing effects on aircraft performance

Outline

- Introduction, definitions, and limitations

- Aircraft contamination and preflight procedures

- Holdover tables and deicing/anti-icing fluids

- Phase of flight procedures

- Airborne icing

- Introduction

Challenger 604 FANS Training

The Challenger 604 FANS-1/A+ eLearning Training course is designed to enable the flight crew to effectively operate the FANS-1/A+ system installed on the Challenger 604 aircraft through Service Bulletins (SBs) 604-23-013 and 604-23-014.

This course provides information on the background, functions, operation, limitations, and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ system. It also provides the necessary training to fulfill the requirements listed in the Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD), Transport Canada Advisory Circular (AC) No. 700-041 - Special Authorization (SA) for Required Communications Performance (RCP) 240 and Required Surveillance Performance (RSP) 180, and FAA AC 90-117 - Data Link Operations.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Operate FANS-1/A+ functions

- Establish connection with Air Traffic Control (ATC) for purpose of controller pilot data link communication (CPDLC)

- Communicate with ATC using CPDLC

- Define ADS-C contracts and reports

- Use CPDLC normal, emergency, and abnormal operations

- State limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS Function,Log On,and Termination

- Normal Operation – ATC Request

- Normal Operation– ATC Reports and Clearances

- ADS-C and Position Reporting

- Emergency Operation

- Human Factors,Limitations, and Operational Approval

Challenger 604 Supplementary Ground Wing Anti-Ice System Training

The purpose of this course is to introduce the supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS) that is applicable to all Challenger 604 aircraft that have implemented SB 604-30-004.

The course presents the function, indications and operational information regarding supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS). Successful completion of this course does not alone constitute an operational & approval.

Training Requirements Temporary revision to advise the flight crew of the following: Introduction of supplemental ground wing anti-ice system for airplanes incorporating Service Bulletin 604-30-004.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify the function of the supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS)

- Describe the conditions when the SGWAIS is activated

- Identify the failed SGWAIS test indication

Challenger 605 / 650 Advanced Avionics / 650 LINK2000+ (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 605/650 Advanced Avionics/650 LINK2000 (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Challenger 605 LINK2000+ system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using LINK2000+ and CPDLC systems.

Outline

- Introduction

- System descriptions

- CPDLC operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations & human factors

 

Challenger 605 Advanced Avionics/650 Data Link Training

This course introduces the concepts, functions and operational Challenger data link systems

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to:

- Describe the general concepts of data link communication

- Access data link functions including FANS, ATN CPDLC, AOC CORP, and ATS

- Identify data link systems prior to flight requiring FANS-1/A+

- Use the features available on the FMS CDU to monitor and test the data link system

- State MEL provisions and AFM limitations

Challenger 605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 Differences Flight Training

The Challenger 605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 Differences Training course presents a comprehensive review of the differences between the CL605 and the CL605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 aircraft. This course will include three separate modules related to avionics systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify changes and new functions available for the flight instruments, FMS, and navigation systems.

- Operate the new functions for the flight instruments, FMS and navigation systems

Outline

- Flight Instruments

- Primary Flight Display

- SVS and FPV

- Flight Management System

- Introduction to FMS 6200

- GNSS/SBAS

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV

- Navigation

- Traffic Surveillance System and Weather Radar

- Runway Awareness and Advisory System

Challenger 605 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics / 650 FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 605 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/650 FANS-1/A+ flight training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ system. The course provides the necessary training to fulfill the requirements listed in the Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD), Data Link Operational Authorization Outline and FAA AC 90-117.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Operate FANS-1/A+ functions

- Establish connection with ATC for purpose of controller pilot data link communication (CPDLC)

- Communicate with ATC using CPDLC

- Use CPDLC normal, emergency and abnormal operations

- State limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating functions

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Challenger 605 Recurrent Online Training eLearning

The Challenger 650 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the self-paced eLearning course 5 weeks prior to onsite simulator training. The eLearning course provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components of the Challenger 650 aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Outline

- AFCS/Flight Instruments/ATS

- Air Conditioning and Pressurization

- APU

- Aural and Visual Warnings

- Electrical Power

- Fire Protection

- Flight Controls

- FMS

- Fuel

- Hydraulic Power

- Ice and Rain Protection

- Landing Gear

- Performance

- Pneumatics

- Powerplant

Challenger 650 Interiors Training

The Challenger 650 Interiors Operator course provides operators with information on the Cabin Electronic System (CES) and other key cabin interior systems. The Rockwell Collins CES introduces computer technology in a fully-integrated cabin management suite. This course covers Cabin Electronics System, entertainment, as well as the lighting, emergency equipment, vacuum waste system and the potable water system.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- Describe how to navigate through the CES using touch screen equipment

- Explain the function of CES components and interfaces

- Explain concepts in performing basic troubleshooting of the CES system

- Describe the interface of the CES with the lighting, potable water system and the waste system

Outline

- Cabin electronics system

- Other systems

Challenger 650 Recurrent Online Training

The Challenger 650 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the self-paced eLearning course 5 weeks prior to onsite simulator training. The eLearning course provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components of the Challenger 650 aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Outline

- Introduction

 

- AFCS/Flight Instruments/ATS

 

- Air Conditioning and Pressurization

 

- APU

 

- Aural and Visual Warnings

 

- Electrical Power

 

- Fire Protection

 

- Flight Controls

 

- FMS

 

- Fuel

 

- Hydraulic Power

 

- Ice and Rain Protection

 

- Landing Gear

 

- Performance

 

- Pneumatics

 

- Powerplant

 

Challenger 650 to Challenger 605 Differences Training

The Challenger 650 to Challenger 605 Differences Flight Training Course covers the avionics differences between these two aircraft, with specific emphasis on the Flight Management System (FMS), navigation, and flight instruments system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student is able to:

- Identify the avionics changes in the FMS, navigation and flight instrument systems

Outline

 

- FMS

- Navigation

Flight instruments system

Global 5000 Venue Interiors Training for Operators

The Global 5000 Venue™ Interiors for Operators eLearning course provides information on the features and operation of interiors systems focusing on the Rockwell Collins Venue™ cabin management system. This course is for pilots, flight attendants and maintenance personnel.

Outline

The course consists of eight lessons:

- Introduction and Overview

- Galley Touchscreen Operation

- CMS Media Components

- Cabin remote Application Operation

- Cabin Electrical Power

- Cabin Communication and Audio Systems

- Cabin Lighting System

- Water and Waste System

Objectives

- Describe the functions of the Venue cabin management system (CMS)

- Describe the Galley Touchscreen (GTS) and its key functions

- List the key components and interior systems that interface with the CMS

- Differentiate between the three user roles: Standards, VIP and Galley Backup

- State how to reset circuit protective devices (CPDs)

- Identify the devices that control the CMS and t he roles available to each device

- State the basic functions of the iridium, Inmarsat, and Bombardier WAVE (Ka-band) satellite communication systems

​- Operate the cabin systems using the GTS

Global 5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck Interiors Operators Training

 

The Global 5000 Global Vision Flight Deck Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

 

 

Global 6000 Interiors Operators Training

The Global 6000 Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

- Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Global 6000 Interiors Technical Familiarization Training

The Global 6000 Interiors Technical Familiarization course provides technicians with in-depth information on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems. An optional course, Technology, Computers and Networks is available for further study.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe signal flows through the CES system

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Global 6000 Venue Interiors Training for Operators

The Global 6000 Venue™ Interiors for Operators eLearning course provides pilots, flight attendants, and maintenance personnel with information on the features and operation of interior systems including the Rockwell Collins Venue™ cabin management system.

Outline

The course consists of eight lessons:

- Introduction and Overview

- Galley Touchscreen Operation

- CMS Media Components

- Cabin Remote Application Operation

- Cabin Electrical Power

- Cabin Communication and Audio Systems

- Cabin Lighting System

- Water and Waste System

Objectives

- Describe the cabin layout/configuration

 

Global 6000/5000 Recurrent Online Training

The Global Vision 6000/5000 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the Self paced elearning 5 weeks prior to the onsite simulator training. The elearning provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components on the Global Vision aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Objectives

- Self Paced Ground school ELearning (15 hours):

- Introduction

- APU

- Automatic Flight Control System

- Electrical

- FMS

- Flight controls

- Electronic Displays

- Fuel

- Emergency Equipment and Lighting

- Hydraulics

- Ice and Rain Protection

- Integrated Air Management

- Landing Gear and Brakes

- Fire Protection

- HUD

- Enhanced Vision System

- Navigation and Communication

- Powerplant

- Performance

- Weight and Balance

Global 6000/5000 VFD FANS-1A+ (CPDLC) Maintenance Awareness Training

The Global 5000 (with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck)/6000 FANS/CPDLC maintenance awareness training course provides technicians with information on the background, components, functions, operations, servicing, limitations and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) system.

This course is for training purposes only.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Describe the future air navigation (FANS) and controller-pilot data link communications (CPDLC)

- Locate major FANS components and state their functions

- Describe the steps for fault isolation, ground testing procedures and aircraft return to service

- Describe safety procedures

- Describe limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS/CPDLC functions and components

- Normal operation

- Abnormal operation

- Maintenance fault diagnostics, rectification and return to service

- Limitations & human factors

Global 6000/5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck Electronic Checklist Customization Training

The Electronic Checklist (ECL) Customization eLearning course is available to customers who want to tailor the ECL for specific use and operations.

The course provides the knowledge to operate the checklist editing tool  and the validation of the dataset and load set it produces. The course also provides an overview to the ECL configuration, control, and management requirements that allow the operator to develop a certification process for presentation to the appropriate regulatory authorities.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Describe the components of the electronic checklist (ECL)

- Operate the tool to create a checklist

- Create a  new checklist or procedure

- Amend an existing checklist

- Create and validate an ECL dataset and loadset (which can be installed on the aircraft)

- Describe the ECL configuration control and management requirements

- Describe the certification process​

Outline

 

- Introduction

- Rockwell Collins Checklist Tool (RCCT) introduction

- Dataset population

- Creating an index, checklist, and procedure

- Checklist items/action items

- Checklist items/conditional items

- Checklist items/free text and notes

- Checklist items/MSLI

- Checklist item attributes

- ECL structure  and loadset creation

- Report creation and validation

- Customizing the operator ECL

- ECL certification requirements

Global 6000/5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) Flight Training

The Global 6000/5000 VFD Flight FANS-1A (CPDLC) Flight Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Global 5000 featuring Vision flight deck/6000 FANS system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using FANS and CPDLC systems, including Departure Clearance (DCL) function.

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating operations

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Global Adverse Weather Training

The Global Adverse Weather course is intended to provide students with an overview of the concepts and terminology associated with operations in cold and hot weather conditions. The course is for training purposes only.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Define cold weather important terms

- Describe key operating limitations when operating in cold weather

- Describe cold weather phase of flight procedures

- Describe key considerations when operating in hot weather conditions

Outline

- Cold weather: definitions and limitations

- Cold weather: aircraft contamination, preflight and anti-icing/deicing

- Cold weather: phase of flight procedures

- Hot weather operations

Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Online Training

The Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Training eLearning course provides pilots with a review of the aircraft systems and components on the Global XRS series aircraft.

Flight recurrent training provides a comprehensive review of the main aircraft systems in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification. At the end of the course, a comprehensive examination, given onsite prior to the first simulator session, ensures that the important points from each module have been learned.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification. Please visit Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Online Training Only

Outline

  • Introduction
  • APU
  • Automatic Flight Control System
  • Electrical
  • FMS
  • Flight Controls
  • Electronic Displays
  • Fuel
  • Emergency Equipment and Lighting
  • Hydraulics
  • Ice and Rain Protection
  • Integrated Air Management
  • Landing Gear and Brakes
  • Fire Protection
  • HUD
  • Enhanced Vision System
  • Navigation and Communication
  • Powerplant
  • Performance
  • Weight and Balance

Global XRS Interiors Operators Training

The Global XRS Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Global XRS/5000 Batch 3 Flight Differences Training

The Global Batch 3 Differences Flight training course presents a comprehensive review of the Batch 3 avionics upgrade. The courseware identifies the changes to the flight displays and introduces the new features of the flight guidance and flight management systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- Identify changes to the display of information on the primary flight displays (PFD)

- Describe the operation of the vertical glide path (VGP) mode

- Describe the changes to the flight management system (FMS)

- Describe the indications associated with required navigation performance (RNP)

- Describe the operation of the localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV) mode

Outline

- Introduction/Electronic displays

- AFCS

- FMS General Changes

- GNSS

- FMS RNP

- FMS LPV

Global XRS/5000 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training

The Global XRS/5000 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Global FANS system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using FANS and CPDLC systems, including Departure Clearance (DCL) function.

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating operations

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Learjet 40/45 LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Learjet 40/45 FMS 4.1 and GPS upgrades.

The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility.

Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

Learjet 60XR LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Learjet 60XR FMS 4.1 and GPS upgrades.  The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility. Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

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ADS-B Operations

This course is intended for flight crew operating ADS-B equipped aircraft. It covers the components and operation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) equipment. These systems are part of the Future Air Navigation (FANS 1/A) system, now in common use throughout the world.

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ADS-C Operations

This course is intended for flight crew operating ADS-C equipped aircraft. It covers the components and operation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Contract (ADS-C) equipment. These systems are part of the Future Air Navigation (FANS 1/A) system, now in common use throughout the world.

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Airplane Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (AUPRT)

This course covers airplane undesirable aircraft states (UAS) and Loss of Control Inflight (LOCI) / aircraft upset focussing on, aerodynamics and flight dynamics, recognition, prevention and recovery techniques.

The course includes relevant high-altitude aerodynamics, including aircraft performance factors. Factors leading to UAS, and Upset including environmental, aircraft-related and pilot-induced factors are covered. Recommendations for recovery from UAS / LOCI are also discussed.

The course is available in versions for Boeing and Airbus aircraft., Also available is an optional supplementary lesson covering propeller driven aircraft, focussed on lower altitude operations with emphasis on operation in that environment regarding wing stalls and tailplane stalls.

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Cold Weather Operations

This course covers operations in Cold Weather conditions including hazards and factors, ground operation considerations, ground deicing and anti-icing procedures and equipment, and airborne issues including aerodynamic effects of icing.

Regulatory requirements are emphasised, including the use of current Hold-Over Tables (HOT) and associated inspections.

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Contaminated Runways

This course covers flight operations on Contaminated Runways. Regulatory requirements and reporting standards for dry, wet and contaminated runways are considered.

Aircraft performance effects, including considerations for accelerate–stop distances, reduced thrust take-offs, and range of V1 speeds braking action are discussed in detail.

Reporting methods (SNOWTAMS, Runway Friction Indices) are included.

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Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)

This course covers the basic concepts of Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), including: CFIT risks, flight crew errors leading to CFIT, and systems and procedures designed to prevent CFIT occurrences.

Analysis of two specific CFIT accidents is included.

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Cosmic Radiation

This course covers the causes and effects of cosmic radiation on flight crews operating in the high-altitude environment

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CPDLC

This course is intended for flight crew operating CPDLC equipped aircraft. It covers the components and operation of Controller Pilot Data Link Communications  CPDLC) equipment. These systems are part of the Future Air Navigation (FANS 1/A) system, now in common use throughout the world.

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Crew Resource Management (CRM)

This course contains a complete review of Crew Resource Management (CRM) concepts required for regulatory compliance.

The course encompasses a vast array of CRM concepts such as decision processes, Human Factors, Threat and Error Management, Black Swan Events, Reliability and Resilience, Startle and Surprise, and several Case Studies.

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Dangerous Goods (Generic, No-Carry, Cabin Crew)

Dangerous Goods

This course provides a complete overview of Dangerous Goods practises and procedures, including definitions, limitations, identification and use of tables, and labelling and marking. Special emphasis is provided on undeclared or hidden items, storage and loading procedures, pilots’ notification and provisions for passengers and crew.

Dangerous Goods (No-Carry)

This course provides a complete overview of Dangerous Goods practises and procedures, including Definitions, Limitations, Undeclared Dangerous Goods,  rovisions for Passengers and Crew, and Emergency Procedures for No-Carry Operators. Special emphasis is placed on the Labelling and Marking, and Recognition/Identification of Dangerous Goods shipments so that No-Carry Operators confronted with goods that may have been presented for shipping or have been placed on the aircraft in error can be properly identified, handled and reported.

Dangerous Goods (Cabin Crew)

This course provides an overview of Dangerous Goods practises and procedures, including definitions, limitations, and use of tables, and labelling and marking. Special emphasis is provided on undeclared or hidden items and provisions for passengers and crew.

These courses are based on the 61st Edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Handbook. The included lessons meet the training requirements of the ICAO Technical Instructions and the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR).

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ETOPS/EDTO

ETOPS

This course covers ETOPS regulations and policies, including weather minima, selection of alternate airports and fuel requirements.

The course emphasizes practical in-flight considerations, including use of Equal Time Points (ETPs), MEL / CDL Items, component failures and diversions.

EDTO

This course covers EDTO regulations and policies, including weather minima, selection of alternate airports and fuel requirements.

The course emphasizes practical in-flight considerations, including use of Equal Time Points (ETPs), MEL / CDL Items, component failures and diversions.

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Fatigue Risk Management

This course is an introduction to Fatigue Risk Management for flight crews.

The course covers the basic concepts of fatigue and sleep physiology, including definitions, symptoms of fatigue, error rates, circadian rhythm, sleep homeostat, blood glucose levels and glycemic index (GI).

Particular emphasis is placed on specific fatigue issues for flight operations (sleep debt, acute and chronic fatigue, time zones) and mitigation strategies (sleep  schedules, controlled rest, layovers).

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Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)

This course covers Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), including:

• Components

• Operating principles

• Normal operations, including:

  o Satellite signals

  o RAIM

• GNSS Approaches, including:

  o Overlay approaches

  o RNAV GNSS

  o RNP APCH/AR operations

• Aircraft requirements

• Operational requirements

• Flight crew requirements

• Abnormal operational procedures

The course is available in versions for Boeing and Airbus aircraft.

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High Altitude Training

This course covers the physiological, aerodynamic, and environmental hazards associated with high altitude flight, including:

• The composition, circulation, and properties of the Earth’s atmosphere.

• High altitude aerodynamics and the dangers associated.

• Environmental factors specific to high altitude flight, including jet stream winds, clear air turbulence, thunderstorms, icing, low ambient temperatures, volcanic ash, and wake turbulence.

• Aircraft pressurization and oxygen systems.

• High altitude physiology including hypoxia, hyperventilation, decompression sickness, barotrauma, and the effects of cosmic radiation.

• Abnormal and emergency procedures relating to gradual decompression, rapid decompression, and emergency descent.

• High altitude accident case study

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Hot Weather Operations

This course covers flight operations in hot weather conditions, emphasizing operating considerations and resulting performance issues.

Effects of elevated temperatures on aircraft systems, and on thrust, lift and brake energy requirements are discussed. Cooling techniques and abnormal operations are reviewed.

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Introduction to Command

This course presents an introduction to command for flight crews.

The course covers the basic concepts of motivational leadership, communication skills, and conflict resolution. Particular emphasis is placed on strategies and techniques for successful workload management, conflict management, good CRM practises and the roles and responsibilities of the Senior First Officer position.

The course includes a scenario that applies all of the leadership and communication skills to a simulated in-flight emergency scenario.

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Low Visibility Operations

This course covers flight operations in Low Visibility conditions.

The course includes basic concepts and regulatory issues, and focussing on the practical aspects of procedures for ground operations, departures and arrivals (CAT II/III).

Aircraft equipment and aircrew training requirements are discussed.

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North Atlantic High Level Airspace Operations

This course covers the structure of airspace, aircraft equipment requirements and separation standards used by Air Traffic Control in NAT HLA Operations.

Included are the route structures used in NAT HLA operations, communication procedures, normal flight procedures and contingency procedures.

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Pacific Operations

This course outlines the operational requirements in the North, Central, and South Pacific oceanic regions.

The emphasis is on track development, issuance, and usage and navigation requirements in the North Pacific (NOPAC), Central Pacific (CEP), and the Pacific Organized Track System (PACOTS).

The course also covers the communication requirements and various emergency contingency procedures required during Pacific operations.

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Performance Based Navigation (PBN)

The Pelesys PBN Operations course has been developed in response to significant changes in Performance Based Navigation which resulted from the publication of ICAO PBN Manual Revision 004 (Doc 9613). The material covers PBN concepts, and details the framework for the application of the RNAV and RNP Navigation Specifications to Airspace Concepts, operational requirements including Onboard Performance Monitoring and Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitor with and without onboard Fault Detection and Exclusion, and contingency operations in Performance Airspace. The course also details the application of PBN to Terminal, Approach and Missed Approach Operations, including RNP Approach and RNP Approval Required applications.

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Polar Operations

This course covers flight operations in Polar regions. Flight preparation and planning are emphasized, including use of polar charts, designated areas of magnetic unreliability, Canadian and Russian airspace, metric altitudes and QFE / QNH references, solar flare activity and communication procedures (HF, SATCOM and CPDLC).

The course includes a discussion of regulatory requirements, including enroute alternates, special equipment and area approvals. Additional lessons are focused on cold fuel management and selection of enroute alternate airports.

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Precision Runway Monitoring (PRM)

This course covers the operating requirements for Precision Runway Monitored Approach (PRM) operations.

The course includes differences between an Instrument Landing System (ILS) / PRM and a Localizer-type Directional Aid (LDA / PRM or SOIA) approach, training requirements, approach components, and TCAS operations.

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Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM)

This course covers the basic principles of flight operations in Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) airspace.

The course includes operational requirements for aircraft and flight crews, addresses differences for operation in Metric RVSM Airspace and outlines procedures for no-RVSM aircraft.

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Safety Management Systems (SMS)

This course is an introduction to Safety Management Systems. Included are concepts of organizational accidents, human error and safety cultures, and identification, analysis and documentation of safety hazards.

Specific concepts of Risk Management associated with airline applications of Safety Management Systems are emphasized.

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Security

This course covers aviation security issues, including both ground and flight operations.

The course reviews threats and mitigation, including aviation security screening and considerations for controlled access areas. General issues for security checks, procedures and responsibilities are discussed. Flight operations topics include flight deck access, communication, prohibited items and emergency procedures.

The course is available in two versions: Passenger / Cargo Airlines - emphasis on ground operations at passenger and cargo facilities. Cargo-only Airlines - emphasis on ground operations at cargo facilities.

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Stabilized Approach/Low Energy Go-Around

This course outlines the concepts and safety benefits of stabilized approaches. The factors that can lead to un-stabilized approaches are discussed along with flight crew strategies to prevent them. The importance of planning for a go-around from an approach, the conduct of go-arounds and the hazards associated with go-arounds once the aircraft has entered a low energy state are reviewed along with recovery techniques associated with bounced landings.

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TCAS

This course covers the operation and use of Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS). The course emphasises operation of TCAS equipment and the flight procedures that are required for response to TCAS Traffic Advisory (TA) and Resolution Advisory (RA) warnings. Information relating to TCAS II version 7.1 is included in the course.

This course is available in three versions; one version describes conventional (generic) equipment installations, while the other versions describe (respectively) typical Airbus and Boeing displays.

The course is available in versions for standard, A330, B737 and B777 aircraft, showing aircraft instrumentation for each type.

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Thunderstorm Avoidance

This course covers the weather effects and aviation hazards associated with thunderstorms and microbursts.

The course starts with a detailed explanation of types of thunderstorms, thunderstorm formation and microbursts. The second part of the course focuses on related hazards and techniques (including use of airborne weather radar) for thunderstorm avoidance.

The final part of the course is a review of an aircraft accident which occurred in Toronto Canada in 2005 resulting from flight into a thunderstorm.

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Volcanic Ash

This course covers volcanic ash and the associated hazards to flight, including:

• a description of ash formation and composition

• advisories and reporting procedures

• techniques for avoiding volcanic ash

• procedures to be followed if ash is encountered

Details of two volcanic ash encounters and their consequences are also discussed.

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Weather and Meteorology

This course covers aviation-related weather concepts, focussing on practical issues associated with airline flight operations. Included is a review of frontal systems, fog types and formation and high altitude weather phenomena (including the jet stream and clear air turbulence).

Particular attention is focussed on geographical areas of interest, including the Middle East and Asia and the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), and associated tropical cyclones (hurricanes or typhoons).

A final section reviews decoding of Weather Reports and Forecasts.

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Windshear

This course covers flight operations where windshear is a factor.

Windshear weather phenomena, including thunderstorms, microbursts and clear-air turbulence (CAT) are discussed. The course includes windshear recognition and recovery techniques and precautions for windshear avoidance.

A windshear-related accident is profiled.

The course is available in versions for Airbus and Boeing aircraft, showing aircraft instrumentation for each type.

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Cold Weather Operations

This course covers operations in Cold Weather conditions including hazards and factors, ground operation considerations, ground deicing and anti-icing procedures and equipment, and airborne issues including aerodynamic effects of icing.

Regulatory requirements are emphasised, including the use of current Hold-Over Tables (HOT) and associated inspections.

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International Procedures

The Pelesys International Procedures course is a compilation of modules dedicated to providing initial and recurrent training for pilots operating in International Airspace.   

The course modules are set up to separate the overall material by subject matter.  This allows for the modules to be taken and completed individually. 

In addition to meeting the most stringent regulatory compliance requirements, this course is updated annually to remain compliant as regulations and procedures develop and change. 

International Procedures Recurrent Course Outline

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Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics to 350 Differences Flight Training

 

 

The Challenger 300 Avionics Upgrade Flight Training course presents a comprehensive review of the PRO Line 21 Advanced Avionics package applicable to the Challenger 300 aircraft. This course will include three separate modules detailing information related to the new FMS 6200, MultiScanTM weather radar, and flight instruments.

In the flight management system (FMS) module, training introduces the new FMS, coupled with an improved satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS), equipped with GPS, which allows for localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV). It also covers how required navigation performance (RNP), designated airspace allows for less separation during various segments on an aircraft's flight plan.

Successful completion of this course does not alone constitute an operational approval.

This course is applicable for aircraft serial numbers 20003 thru 20407.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- Describe changes to flight instruments displays

- Identify all new features of the FMS-6200

- Identify changes to the weather radar system

 

Outline

- Flight Instruments

- Introduction to FMS 6200

- Global Navigation Satellite System/Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV Approach

- Weather Radar

 

 

 

Challenger 350 Interiors Training

​The Challenger 350 Interiors training course provides pilots, flight attendants, and maintenance personnel with information on the features and operation of interior systems including the LHT nice® system.

Objectives

- Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 

- Describe the cabin layout/configuration

- Describe the sources and control of cabin electrical power

- Describe how to control cabin systems through the cabin management system (CMS)

- Describe the cabin entertainment system

- Describe the cabin communication system

- Describe the water and waste system

- Describe the cabin lighting system

Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 FANS-1/A (CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training course is a comprehensive review of the future air navigation systems. This course is presented in seven separate modules, with detailed information related to FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, and ADS-C operations.

This course is applied to the Challenger 300, Advanced Avionics, and Challenger 350 aircraft.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- State the concept of communication, navigation, and surveillance/air traffic management

- Identify specified data link message sets

- Send requests to ATC

- Respond to advisories from ATC

- Report current position to ATC

- Use voice communication in abnormal operations

- Describe the FANS constraints and limitations

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS 1/A+ functions

- Normal operations - ATC requests

- Normal operations - ATC reports and terminating operations

- Emergency operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations and  human factors

Challenger 300/350 Advanced Avionics LINK2000+ (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 300/300 Advanced Avionics/350 LINK2000 (ATN B1CPDLC) Training course presents a comprehensive review of the CL300/350 data link communication system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to :

- State concepts of LINK2000+

- Identify specified aeronautical telecommunications network (ATN) CPDLC message sets

- Logon to ATN

- Receive and respond to messages from ATN control center

- Send requests to ATN control

Outline

- Introduction

- System descriptions

- CPDLC operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations & human factors

Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 Version 2.2 Differences Training

CL-300/CL-300 Advanced Avionics Version 2.2 Avionics Upgrade Training presents a comprehensive review of the 2.2 software update and AFM limitation changes.

Objectives

Upon completion of  this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify the changes to the electronic displays

- Identify the changes to the FMS system

- Identify the changes to AFM limitations

 

Challenger 300 LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Challenger 300 FMS 4.0 and GPS upgrades.

The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility.

Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

 

Challenger 300 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/350 Data Link Training

The Challenger 300 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/350 Data Link Training course introduces the concepts, functions, and operations of the optional Challenger data link systems. 

Objectives

·        Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to: 

·     - Describe the general concepts of data link communication

·     - Access data link functions including FANS, ATN CPDLC, AOC CORP, and ATS

·     - Identify data link system indications

·     - Verify data link systems prior to flight requiring FANS-1/A+

·     - Use the features available on the FMS CDU to monitor and test the data link system

- State MEL provisions and AFM limitations

 

 

Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training

The Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training course presents performance pages, available on the FMS 6200.

Using the FMS for performance calculations provides an alternative to using the AFM and the QRH to determine takeoff V-speeds, takeoff field length, maximum takeoff and landing weights, VNAV profile, and arrival V-speeds.

The following FMS performance features are presented:

- Performance initialization

- VNAV setup

- Takeoff reference

- Approach reference

- Fuel management

After presenting the FMS performance pages and how to enter data, practical exercises and knowledge checks are provided to practice and reinforce the material presented.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Use the FMS to determine takeoff and landing performance data

- Input required data to calculate FMS landing V-speeds

- Use the VNAV setup and fuel management pages

Outline

- Performance initialization

- VNAV setup

- Takeoff reference

- Approach reference

- Fuel management

Challenger 604 Cold Weather Operations Training

The Challenger 604/605/650 Cold Weather Operations course presents terms, tables, and procedures associated with operations in cold weather for the Challenger 604, 605 and 650.

As this information is common to all 3 aircraft designations, only the Challenger 650 AFM and FCOM pages are presented. The information for the Challenger 604 and 605 can be found in their appropriate manuals. Any differences between variants, apart from page number, will be identified.

This course does not satisfy any requirement of 14 CFR Part 61.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

 

- Define important terms and concepts

- Describe key operating limitations

- Describe the use of holdover time (HOT) tables

- Identify the types of deicing/anti-icing fluids

- List phase of flight procedures

- Recall airborne icing effects on aircraft performance

Outline

- Introduction, definitions, and limitations

- Aircraft contamination and preflight procedures

- Holdover tables and deicing/anti-icing fluids

- Phase of flight procedures

- Airborne icing

- Introduction

Challenger 604 FANS Training

The Challenger 604 FANS-1/A+ eLearning Training course is designed to enable the flight crew to effectively operate the FANS-1/A+ system installed on the Challenger 604 aircraft through Service Bulletins (SBs) 604-23-013 and 604-23-014.

This course provides information on the background, functions, operation, limitations, and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ system. It also provides the necessary training to fulfill the requirements listed in the Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD), Transport Canada Advisory Circular (AC) No. 700-041 - Special Authorization (SA) for Required Communications Performance (RCP) 240 and Required Surveillance Performance (RSP) 180, and FAA AC 90-117 - Data Link Operations.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Operate FANS-1/A+ functions

- Establish connection with Air Traffic Control (ATC) for purpose of controller pilot data link communication (CPDLC)

- Communicate with ATC using CPDLC

- Define ADS-C contracts and reports

- Use CPDLC normal, emergency, and abnormal operations

- State limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS Function,Log On,and Termination

- Normal Operation – ATC Request

- Normal Operation– ATC Reports and Clearances

- ADS-C and Position Reporting

- Emergency Operation

- Human Factors,Limitations, and Operational Approval

Challenger 604 Supplementary Ground Wing Anti-Ice System Training

The purpose of this course is to introduce the supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS) that is applicable to all Challenger 604 aircraft that have implemented SB 604-30-004.

The course presents the function, indications and operational information regarding supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS). Successful completion of this course does not alone constitute an operational & approval.

Training Requirements Temporary revision to advise the flight crew of the following: Introduction of supplemental ground wing anti-ice system for airplanes incorporating Service Bulletin 604-30-004.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify the function of the supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS)

- Describe the conditions when the SGWAIS is activated

- Identify the failed SGWAIS test indication

Challenger 605 / 650 Advanced Avionics / 650 LINK2000+ (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 605/650 Advanced Avionics/650 LINK2000 (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Challenger 605 LINK2000+ system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using LINK2000+ and CPDLC systems.

Outline

- Introduction

- System descriptions

- CPDLC operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations & human factors

 

Challenger 605 Advanced Avionics/650 Data Link Training

This course introduces the concepts, functions and operational Challenger data link systems

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to:

- Describe the general concepts of data link communication

- Access data link functions including FANS, ATN CPDLC, AOC CORP, and ATS

- Identify data link systems prior to flight requiring FANS-1/A+

- Use the features available on the FMS CDU to monitor and test the data link system

- State MEL provisions and AFM limitations

Challenger 605 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics / 650 FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 605 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/650 FANS-1/A+ flight training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ system. The course provides the necessary training to fulfill the requirements listed in the Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD), Data Link Operational Authorization Outline and FAA AC 90-117.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Operate FANS-1/A+ functions

- Establish connection with ATC for purpose of controller pilot data link communication (CPDLC)

- Communicate with ATC using CPDLC

- Use CPDLC normal, emergency and abnormal operations

- State limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating functions

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Challenger 650 Interiors Training

The Challenger 650 Interiors Operator course provides operators with information on the Cabin Electronic System (CES) and other key cabin interior systems. The Rockwell Collins CES introduces computer technology in a fully-integrated cabin management suite. This course covers Cabin Electronics System, entertainment, as well as the lighting, emergency equipment, vacuum waste system and the potable water system.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- Describe how to navigate through the CES using touch screen equipment

- Explain the function of CES components and interfaces

- Explain concepts in performing basic troubleshooting of the CES system

- Describe the interface of the CES with the lighting, potable water system and the waste system

Outline

- Cabin electronics system

- Other systems

Challenger 650 to Challenger 605 Differences Training

The Challenger 650 to Challenger 605 Differences Flight Training Course covers the avionics differences between these two aircraft, with specific emphasis on the Flight Management System (FMS), navigation, and flight instruments system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student is able to:

- Identify the avionics changes in the FMS, navigation and flight instrument systems

Outline

 

- FMS

- Navigation

Flight instruments system

Challenger 650 Recurrent Online Training

The Challenger 650 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the self-paced eLearning course 5 weeks prior to onsite simulator training. The eLearning course provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components of the Challenger 650 aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Outline

- Introduction

 

- AFCS/Flight Instruments/ATS

 

- Air Conditioning and Pressurization

 

- APU

 

- Aural and Visual Warnings

 

- Electrical Power

 

- Fire Protection

 

- Flight Controls

 

- FMS

 

- Fuel

 

- Hydraulic Power

 

- Ice and Rain Protection

 

- Landing Gear

 

- Performance

 

- Pneumatics

 

- Powerplant

 

Challenger 605 Recurrent Online Training eLearning

The Challenger 650 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the self-paced eLearning course 5 weeks prior to onsite simulator training. The eLearning course provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components of the Challenger 650 aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Outline

- AFCS/Flight Instruments/ATS

- Air Conditioning and Pressurization

- APU

- Aural and Visual Warnings

- Electrical Power

- Fire Protection

- Flight Controls

- FMS

- Fuel

- Hydraulic Power

- Ice and Rain Protection

- Landing Gear

- Performance

- Pneumatics

- Powerplant

Global 5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck Interiors Operators Training

 

The Global 5000 Global Vision Flight Deck Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

 

 

Global 5000 Venue Interiors Training for Operators

The Global 5000 Venue™ Interiors for Operators eLearning course provides information on the features and operation of interiors systems focusing on the Rockwell Collins Venue™ cabin management system. This course is for pilots, flight attendants and maintenance personnel.

Outline

The course consists of eight lessons:

- Introduction and Overview

- Galley Touchscreen Operation

- CMS Media Components

- Cabin remote Application Operation

- Cabin Electrical Power

- Cabin Communication and Audio Systems

- Cabin Lighting System

- Water and Waste System

Objectives

- Describe the functions of the Venue cabin management system (CMS)

- Describe the Galley Touchscreen (GTS) and its key functions

- List the key components and interior systems that interface with the CMS

- Differentiate between the three user roles: Standards, VIP and Galley Backup

- State how to reset circuit protective devices (CPDs)

- Identify the devices that control the CMS and t he roles available to each device

- State the basic functions of the iridium, Inmarsat, and Bombardier WAVE (Ka-band) satellite communication systems

​- Operate the cabin systems using the GTS

Global 6000 Interiors Operators Training

The Global 6000 Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

- Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Global 6000 Venue Interiors Training for Operators

The Global 6000 Venue™ Interiors for Operators eLearning course provides pilots, flight attendants, and maintenance personnel with information on the features and operation of interior systems including the Rockwell Collins Venue™ cabin management system.

Outline

The course consists of eight lessons:

- Introduction and Overview

- Galley Touchscreen Operation

- CMS Media Components

- Cabin Remote Application Operation

- Cabin Electrical Power

- Cabin Communication and Audio Systems

- Cabin Lighting System

- Water and Waste System

Objectives

- Describe the cabin layout/configuration

 

Global 6000/5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck Electronic Checklist Customization Training

The Electronic Checklist (ECL) Customization eLearning course is available to customers who want to tailor the ECL for specific use and operations.

The course provides the knowledge to operate the checklist editing tool  and the validation of the dataset and load set it produces. The course also provides an overview to the ECL configuration, control, and management requirements that allow the operator to develop a certification process for presentation to the appropriate regulatory authorities.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Describe the components of the electronic checklist (ECL)

- Operate the tool to create a checklist

- Create a  new checklist or procedure

- Amend an existing checklist

- Create and validate an ECL dataset and loadset (which can be installed on the aircraft)

- Describe the ECL configuration control and management requirements

- Describe the certification process​

Outline

 

- Introduction

- Rockwell Collins Checklist Tool (RCCT) introduction

- Dataset population

- Creating an index, checklist, and procedure

- Checklist items/action items

- Checklist items/conditional items

- Checklist items/free text and notes

- Checklist items/MSLI

- Checklist item attributes

- ECL structure  and loadset creation

- Report creation and validation

- Customizing the operator ECL

- ECL certification requirements

Global 6000/5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) Flight Training

The Global 6000/5000 VFD Flight FANS-1A (CPDLC) Flight Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Global 5000 featuring Vision flight deck/6000 FANS system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using FANS and CPDLC systems, including Departure Clearance (DCL) function.

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating operations

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Global Adverse Weather Training

The Global Adverse Weather course is intended to provide students with an overview of the concepts and terminology associated with operations in cold and hot weather conditions. The course is for training purposes only.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Define cold weather important terms

- Describe key operating limitations when operating in cold weather

- Describe cold weather phase of flight procedures

- Describe key considerations when operating in hot weather conditions

Outline

- Cold weather: definitions and limitations

- Cold weather: aircraft contamination, preflight and anti-icing/deicing

- Cold weather: phase of flight procedures

- Hot weather operations

Global XRS Interiors Operators Training

The Global XRS Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Global XRS/5000 Batch 3 Flight Differences Training

The Global Batch 3 Differences Flight training course presents a comprehensive review of the Batch 3 avionics upgrade. The courseware identifies the changes to the flight displays and introduces the new features of the flight guidance and flight management systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- Identify changes to the display of information on the primary flight displays (PFD)

- Describe the operation of the vertical glide path (VGP) mode

- Describe the changes to the flight management system (FMS)

- Describe the indications associated with required navigation performance (RNP)

- Describe the operation of the localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV) mode

Outline

- Introduction/Electronic displays

- AFCS

- FMS General Changes

- GNSS

- FMS RNP

- FMS LPV

Global XRS/5000 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training

The Global XRS/5000 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Global FANS system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using FANS and CPDLC systems, including Departure Clearance (DCL) function.

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating operations

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Global 6000/5000 Recurrent Online Training

The Global Vision 6000/5000 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the Self paced elearning 5 weeks prior to the onsite simulator training. The elearning provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components on the Global Vision aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Objectives

- Self Paced Ground school ELearning (15 hours):

- Introduction

- APU

- Automatic Flight Control System

- Electrical

- FMS

- Flight controls

- Electronic Displays

- Fuel

- Emergency Equipment and Lighting

- Hydraulics

- Ice and Rain Protection

- Integrated Air Management

- Landing Gear and Brakes

- Fire Protection

- HUD

- Enhanced Vision System

- Navigation and Communication

- Powerplant

- Performance

- Weight and Balance

Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Online Training

The Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Training eLearning course provides pilots with a review of the aircraft systems and components on the Global XRS series aircraft.

Flight recurrent training provides a comprehensive review of the main aircraft systems in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification. At the end of the course, a comprehensive examination, given onsite prior to the first simulator session, ensures that the important points from each module have been learned.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification. Please visit Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Online Training Only

Outline

  • Introduction
  • APU
  • Automatic Flight Control System
  • Electrical
  • FMS
  • Flight Controls
  • Electronic Displays
  • Fuel
  • Emergency Equipment and Lighting
  • Hydraulics
  • Ice and Rain Protection
  • Integrated Air Management
  • Landing Gear and Brakes
  • Fire Protection
  • HUD
  • Enhanced Vision System
  • Navigation and Communication
  • Powerplant
  • Performance
  • Weight and Balance

Global 6000/5000 VFD FANS-1A+ (CPDLC) Maintenance Awareness Training

The Global 5000 (with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck)/6000 FANS/CPDLC maintenance awareness training course provides technicians with information on the background, components, functions, operations, servicing, limitations and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) system.

This course is for training purposes only.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Describe the future air navigation (FANS) and controller-pilot data link communications (CPDLC)

- Locate major FANS components and state their functions

- Describe the steps for fault isolation, ground testing procedures and aircraft return to service

- Describe safety procedures

- Describe limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS/CPDLC functions and components

- Normal operation

- Abnormal operation

- Maintenance fault diagnostics, rectification and return to service

- Limitations & human factors

Global 6000 Interiors Technical Familiarization Training

The Global 6000 Interiors Technical Familiarization course provides technicians with in-depth information on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems. An optional course, Technology, Computers and Networks is available for further study.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe signal flows through the CES system

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Customs

This course covers general information regarding customs and immigrations procedures in ICAO signatory countries. It is based on ICAO Annex 9 - Facilitation. 

 

Countries not signatory to ICAO SARPs or countries that are classified as war zones may not comply with the information contained in this course. It is the responsibility of the operator to ensure there is a complete understanding and compliance with any requirements from non-ICAO countries. 

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Learjet 40/45 LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Learjet 40/45 FMS 4.1 and GPS upgrades.

The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility.

Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

Learjet 60XR LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Learjet 60XR FMS 4.1 and GPS upgrades.  The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility. Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

Challenger 300 to 350 Differences Flight Training

The Challenger 300 to 350 Differences Flight Training course presents a comprehensive review of the differences between the CL300 and the CL350 aircraft. This course is comprised of six modules.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Recognize general structural and avionics aircraft differences

- Identify performance calculation differences for the Challenger 350

- Describe changes to flight instrument displays

- Identify all new features of the FMS-6200

- Identify changes to the navigation system

- Recognize callouts and annunciations associated with SmartRunway™ and SmartLanding™

Course Outline

- Aircraft General

- Performance Calculations

- Performance Calculation Differences

- Quick Reference Handbook

- CAFM

- CIFP

- Flight Instruments

- Flight Management System

- Introduction to FMS-6200

- Introduction and GNSS/SBAS

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV Approach

- Navigation

- TSS and Weather Radar

- Inertial Reference System

- SmartRunway™ and SmartLanding ™

- Introduction

- SmartRunway™

- SmartLanding ™

Challenger 605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 Differences Flight Training

The Challenger 605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 Differences Training course presents a comprehensive review of the differences between the CL605 and the CL605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 aircraft. This course will include three separate modules related to avionics systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify changes and new functions available for the flight instruments, FMS, and navigation systems.

- Operate the new functions for the flight instruments, FMS and navigation systems

Outline

- Flight Instruments

- Primary Flight Display

- SVS and FPV

- Flight Management System

- Introduction to FMS 6200

- GNSS/SBAS

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV

- Navigation

- Traffic Surveillance System and Weather Radar

- Runway Awareness and Advisory System

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ADS-B Operations

This course is intended for flight crew operating ADS-B equipped aircraft. It covers the components and operation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) equipment. These systems are part of the Future Air Navigation (FANS 1/A) system, now in common use throughout the world.

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ADS-C Operations

This course is intended for flight crew operating ADS-C equipped aircraft. It covers the components and operation of Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Contract (ADS-C) equipment. These systems are part of the Future Air Navigation (FANS 1/A) system, now in common use throughout the world.

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Airplane Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (AUPRT)

This course covers airplane undesirable aircraft states (UAS) and Loss of Control Inflight (LOCI) / aircraft upset focussing on, aerodynamics and flight dynamics, recognition, prevention and recovery techniques.

The course includes relevant high-altitude aerodynamics, including aircraft performance factors. Factors leading to UAS, and Upset including environmental, aircraft-related and pilot-induced factors are covered. Recommendations for recovery from UAS / LOCI are also discussed.

The course is available in versions for Boeing and Airbus aircraft., Also available is an optional supplementary lesson covering propeller driven aircraft, focussed on lower altitude operations with emphasis on operation in that environment regarding wing stalls and tailplane stalls.

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Cold Weather Operations

This course covers operations in Cold Weather conditions including hazards and factors, ground operation considerations, ground deicing and anti-icing procedures and equipment, and airborne issues including aerodynamic effects of icing.

Regulatory requirements are emphasised, including the use of current Hold-Over Tables (HOT) and associated inspections.

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Contaminated Runways

This course covers flight operations on Contaminated Runways. Regulatory requirements and reporting standards for dry, wet and contaminated runways are considered.

Aircraft performance effects, including considerations for accelerate–stop distances, reduced thrust take-offs, and range of V1 speeds braking action are discussed in detail.

Reporting methods (SNOWTAMS, Runway Friction Indices) are included.

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Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)

This course covers the basic concepts of Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), including: CFIT risks, flight crew errors leading to CFIT, and systems and procedures designed to prevent CFIT occurrences.

Analysis of two specific CFIT accidents is included.

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Cosmic Radiation

This course covers the causes and effects of cosmic radiation on flight crews operating in the high-altitude environment

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CPDLC

This course is intended for flight crew operating CPDLC equipped aircraft. It covers the components and operation of Controller Pilot Data Link Communications  CPDLC) equipment. These systems are part of the Future Air Navigation (FANS 1/A) system, now in common use throughout the world.

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Crew Resource Management (CRM)

This course contains a complete review of Crew Resource Management (CRM) concepts required for regulatory compliance.

The course encompasses a vast array of CRM concepts such as decision processes, Human Factors, Threat and Error Management, Black Swan Events, Reliability and Resilience, Startle and Surprise, and several Case Studies.

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Dangerous Goods (Generic, No-Carry, Cabin Crew)

Dangerous Goods

This course provides a complete overview of Dangerous Goods practises and procedures, including definitions, limitations, identification and use of tables, and labelling and marking. Special emphasis is provided on undeclared or hidden items, storage and loading procedures, pilots’ notification and provisions for passengers and crew.

Dangerous Goods (No-Carry)

This course provides a complete overview of Dangerous Goods practises and procedures, including Definitions, Limitations, Undeclared Dangerous Goods,  rovisions for Passengers and Crew, and Emergency Procedures for No-Carry Operators. Special emphasis is placed on the Labelling and Marking, and Recognition/Identification of Dangerous Goods shipments so that No-Carry Operators confronted with goods that may have been presented for shipping or have been placed on the aircraft in error can be properly identified, handled and reported.

Dangerous Goods (Cabin Crew)

This course provides an overview of Dangerous Goods practises and procedures, including definitions, limitations, and use of tables, and labelling and marking. Special emphasis is provided on undeclared or hidden items and provisions for passengers and crew.

These courses are based on the 61st Edition of the IATA Dangerous Goods Handbook. The included lessons meet the training requirements of the ICAO Technical Instructions and the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations (DGR).

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ETOPS/EDTO

ETOPS

This course covers ETOPS regulations and policies, including weather minima, selection of alternate airports and fuel requirements.

The course emphasizes practical in-flight considerations, including use of Equal Time Points (ETPs), MEL / CDL Items, component failures and diversions.

EDTO

This course covers EDTO regulations and policies, including weather minima, selection of alternate airports and fuel requirements.

The course emphasizes practical in-flight considerations, including use of Equal Time Points (ETPs), MEL / CDL Items, component failures and diversions.

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Fatigue Risk Management

This course is an introduction to Fatigue Risk Management for flight crews.

The course covers the basic concepts of fatigue and sleep physiology, including definitions, symptoms of fatigue, error rates, circadian rhythm, sleep homeostat, blood glucose levels and glycemic index (GI).

Particular emphasis is placed on specific fatigue issues for flight operations (sleep debt, acute and chronic fatigue, time zones) and mitigation strategies (sleep  schedules, controlled rest, layovers).

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Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)

This course covers Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), including:

• Components

• Operating principles

• Normal operations, including:

  o Satellite signals

  o RAIM

• GNSS Approaches, including:

  o Overlay approaches

  o RNAV GNSS

  o RNP APCH/AR operations

• Aircraft requirements

• Operational requirements

• Flight crew requirements

• Abnormal operational procedures

The course is available in versions for Boeing and Airbus aircraft.

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High Altitude Training

This course covers the physiological, aerodynamic, and environmental hazards associated with high altitude flight, including:

• The composition, circulation, and properties of the Earth’s atmosphere.

• High altitude aerodynamics and the dangers associated.

• Environmental factors specific to high altitude flight, including jet stream winds, clear air turbulence, thunderstorms, icing, low ambient temperatures, volcanic ash, and wake turbulence.

• Aircraft pressurization and oxygen systems.

• High altitude physiology including hypoxia, hyperventilation, decompression sickness, barotrauma, and the effects of cosmic radiation.

• Abnormal and emergency procedures relating to gradual decompression, rapid decompression, and emergency descent.

• High altitude accident case study

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Hot Weather Operations

This course covers flight operations in hot weather conditions, emphasizing operating considerations and resulting performance issues.

Effects of elevated temperatures on aircraft systems, and on thrust, lift and brake energy requirements are discussed. Cooling techniques and abnormal operations are reviewed.

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Introduction to Command

This course presents an introduction to command for flight crews.

The course covers the basic concepts of motivational leadership, communication skills, and conflict resolution. Particular emphasis is placed on strategies and techniques for successful workload management, conflict management, good CRM practises and the roles and responsibilities of the Senior First Officer position.

The course includes a scenario that applies all of the leadership and communication skills to a simulated in-flight emergency scenario.

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Low Visibility Operations

This course covers flight operations in Low Visibility conditions.

The course includes basic concepts and regulatory issues, and focussing on the practical aspects of procedures for ground operations, departures and arrivals (CAT II/III).

Aircraft equipment and aircrew training requirements are discussed.

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North Atlantic High Level Airspace Operations

This course covers the structure of airspace, aircraft equipment requirements and separation standards used by Air Traffic Control in NAT HLA Operations.

Included are the route structures used in NAT HLA operations, communication procedures, normal flight procedures and contingency procedures.

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Pacific Operations

This course outlines the operational requirements in the North, Central, and South Pacific oceanic regions.

The emphasis is on track development, issuance, and usage and navigation requirements in the North Pacific (NOPAC), Central Pacific (CEP), and the Pacific Organized Track System (PACOTS).

The course also covers the communication requirements and various emergency contingency procedures required during Pacific operations.

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Performance Based Navigation (PBN)

The Pelesys PBN Operations course has been developed in response to significant changes in Performance Based Navigation which resulted from the publication of ICAO PBN Manual Revision 004 (Doc 9613). The material covers PBN concepts, and details the framework for the application of the RNAV and RNP Navigation Specifications to Airspace Concepts, operational requirements including Onboard Performance Monitoring and Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitor with and without onboard Fault Detection and Exclusion, and contingency operations in Performance Airspace. The course also details the application of PBN to Terminal, Approach and Missed Approach Operations, including RNP Approach and RNP Approval Required applications.

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Polar Operations

This course covers flight operations in Polar regions. Flight preparation and planning are emphasized, including use of polar charts, designated areas of magnetic unreliability, Canadian and Russian airspace, metric altitudes and QFE / QNH references, solar flare activity and communication procedures (HF, SATCOM and CPDLC).

The course includes a discussion of regulatory requirements, including enroute alternates, special equipment and area approvals. Additional lessons are focused on cold fuel management and selection of enroute alternate airports.

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Precision Runway Monitoring (PRM)

This course covers the operating requirements for Precision Runway Monitored Approach (PRM) operations.

The course includes differences between an Instrument Landing System (ILS) / PRM and a Localizer-type Directional Aid (LDA / PRM or SOIA) approach, training requirements, approach components, and TCAS operations.

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Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM)

This course covers the basic principles of flight operations in Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) airspace.

The course includes operational requirements for aircraft and flight crews, addresses differences for operation in Metric RVSM Airspace and outlines procedures for no-RVSM aircraft.

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Safety Management Systems (SMS)

This course is an introduction to Safety Management Systems. Included are concepts of organizational accidents, human error and safety cultures, and identification, analysis and documentation of safety hazards.

Specific concepts of Risk Management associated with airline applications of Safety Management Systems are emphasized.

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Security

This course covers aviation security issues, including both ground and flight operations.

The course reviews threats and mitigation, including aviation security screening and considerations for controlled access areas. General issues for security checks, procedures and responsibilities are discussed. Flight operations topics include flight deck access, communication, prohibited items and emergency procedures.

The course is available in two versions: Passenger / Cargo Airlines - emphasis on ground operations at passenger and cargo facilities. Cargo-only Airlines - emphasis on ground operations at cargo facilities.

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Stabilized Approach/Low Energy Go-Around

This course outlines the concepts and safety benefits of stabilized approaches. The factors that can lead to un-stabilized approaches are discussed along with flight crew strategies to prevent them. The importance of planning for a go-around from an approach, the conduct of go-arounds and the hazards associated with go-arounds once the aircraft has entered a low energy state are reviewed along with recovery techniques associated with bounced landings.

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TCAS

This course covers the operation and use of Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance Systems (TCAS). The course emphasises operation of TCAS equipment and the flight procedures that are required for response to TCAS Traffic Advisory (TA) and Resolution Advisory (RA) warnings. Information relating to TCAS II version 7.1 is included in the course.

This course is available in three versions; one version describes conventional (generic) equipment installations, while the other versions describe (respectively) typical Airbus and Boeing displays.

The course is available in versions for standard, A330, B737 and B777 aircraft, showing aircraft instrumentation for each type.

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Thunderstorm Avoidance

This course covers the weather effects and aviation hazards associated with thunderstorms and microbursts.

The course starts with a detailed explanation of types of thunderstorms, thunderstorm formation and microbursts. The second part of the course focuses on related hazards and techniques (including use of airborne weather radar) for thunderstorm avoidance.

The final part of the course is a review of an aircraft accident which occurred in Toronto Canada in 2005 resulting from flight into a thunderstorm.

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Volcanic Ash

This course covers volcanic ash and the associated hazards to flight, including:

• a description of ash formation and composition

• advisories and reporting procedures

• techniques for avoiding volcanic ash

• procedures to be followed if ash is encountered

Details of two volcanic ash encounters and their consequences are also discussed.

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Weather and Meteorology

This course covers aviation-related weather concepts, focussing on practical issues associated with airline flight operations. Included is a review of frontal systems, fog types and formation and high altitude weather phenomena (including the jet stream and clear air turbulence).

Particular attention is focussed on geographical areas of interest, including the Middle East and Asia and the Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ), and associated tropical cyclones (hurricanes or typhoons).

A final section reviews decoding of Weather Reports and Forecasts.

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Windshear

This course covers flight operations where windshear is a factor.

Windshear weather phenomena, including thunderstorms, microbursts and clear-air turbulence (CAT) are discussed. The course includes windshear recognition and recovery techniques and precautions for windshear avoidance.

A windshear-related accident is profiled.

The course is available in versions for Airbus and Boeing aircraft, showing aircraft instrumentation for each type.

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Cold Weather Operations

This course covers operations in Cold Weather conditions including hazards and factors, ground operation considerations, ground deicing and anti-icing procedures and equipment, and airborne issues including aerodynamic effects of icing.

Regulatory requirements are emphasised, including the use of current Hold-Over Tables (HOT) and associated inspections.

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International Procedures

The Pelesys International Procedures course is a compilation of modules dedicated to providing initial and recurrent training for pilots operating in International Airspace.   

The course modules are set up to separate the overall material by subject matter.  This allows for the modules to be taken and completed individually. 

In addition to meeting the most stringent regulatory compliance requirements, this course is updated annually to remain compliant as regulations and procedures develop and change. 

International Procedures Recurrent Course Outline

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Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics to 350 Differences Flight Training

 

 

The Challenger 300 Avionics Upgrade Flight Training course presents a comprehensive review of the PRO Line 21 Advanced Avionics package applicable to the Challenger 300 aircraft. This course will include three separate modules detailing information related to the new FMS 6200, MultiScanTM weather radar, and flight instruments.

In the flight management system (FMS) module, training introduces the new FMS, coupled with an improved satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS), equipped with GPS, which allows for localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV). It also covers how required navigation performance (RNP), designated airspace allows for less separation during various segments on an aircraft's flight plan.

Successful completion of this course does not alone constitute an operational approval.

This course is applicable for aircraft serial numbers 20003 thru 20407.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- Describe changes to flight instruments displays

- Identify all new features of the FMS-6200

- Identify changes to the weather radar system

 

Outline

- Flight Instruments

- Introduction to FMS 6200

- Global Navigation Satellite System/Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV Approach

- Weather Radar

 

 

 

Challenger 350 Interiors Training

​The Challenger 350 Interiors training course provides pilots, flight attendants, and maintenance personnel with information on the features and operation of interior systems including the LHT nice® system.

Objectives

- Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to: 

- Describe the cabin layout/configuration

- Describe the sources and control of cabin electrical power

- Describe how to control cabin systems through the cabin management system (CMS)

- Describe the cabin entertainment system

- Describe the cabin communication system

- Describe the water and waste system

- Describe the cabin lighting system

Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 FANS-1/A (CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training course is a comprehensive review of the future air navigation systems. This course is presented in seven separate modules, with detailed information related to FANS 1/A+ CPDLC, and ADS-C operations.

This course is applied to the Challenger 300, Advanced Avionics, and Challenger 350 aircraft.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- State the concept of communication, navigation, and surveillance/air traffic management

- Identify specified data link message sets

- Send requests to ATC

- Respond to advisories from ATC

- Report current position to ATC

- Use voice communication in abnormal operations

- Describe the FANS constraints and limitations

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS 1/A+ functions

- Normal operations - ATC requests

- Normal operations - ATC reports and terminating operations

- Emergency operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations and  human factors

Challenger 300/350 Advanced Avionics LINK2000+ (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 300/300 Advanced Avionics/350 LINK2000 (ATN B1CPDLC) Training course presents a comprehensive review of the CL300/350 data link communication system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to :

- State concepts of LINK2000+

- Identify specified aeronautical telecommunications network (ATN) CPDLC message sets

- Logon to ATN

- Receive and respond to messages from ATN control center

- Send requests to ATN control

Outline

- Introduction

- System descriptions

- CPDLC operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations & human factors

Challenger 300 Advanced Avionics/350 Version 2.2 Differences Training

CL-300/CL-300 Advanced Avionics Version 2.2 Avionics Upgrade Training presents a comprehensive review of the 2.2 software update and AFM limitation changes.

Objectives

Upon completion of  this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify the changes to the electronic displays

- Identify the changes to the FMS system

- Identify the changes to AFM limitations

 

Challenger 300 LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Challenger 300 FMS 4.0 and GPS upgrades.

The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility.

Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

 

Challenger 300 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/350 Data Link Training

The Challenger 300 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/350 Data Link Training course introduces the concepts, functions, and operations of the optional Challenger data link systems. 

Objectives

·        Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to: 

·     - Describe the general concepts of data link communication

·     - Access data link functions including FANS, ATN CPDLC, AOC CORP, and ATS

·     - Identify data link system indications

·     - Verify data link systems prior to flight requiring FANS-1/A+

·     - Use the features available on the FMS CDU to monitor and test the data link system

- State MEL provisions and AFM limitations

 

 

Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training

The Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training course presents performance pages, available on the FMS 6200.

Using the FMS for performance calculations provides an alternative to using the AFM and the QRH to determine takeoff V-speeds, takeoff field length, maximum takeoff and landing weights, VNAV profile, and arrival V-speeds.

The following FMS performance features are presented:

- Performance initialization

- VNAV setup

- Takeoff reference

- Approach reference

- Fuel management

After presenting the FMS performance pages and how to enter data, practical exercises and knowledge checks are provided to practice and reinforce the material presented.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Use the FMS to determine takeoff and landing performance data

- Input required data to calculate FMS landing V-speeds

- Use the VNAV setup and fuel management pages

Outline

- Performance initialization

- VNAV setup

- Takeoff reference

- Approach reference

- Fuel management

Challenger 604 Cold Weather Operations Training

The Challenger 604/605/650 Cold Weather Operations course presents terms, tables, and procedures associated with operations in cold weather for the Challenger 604, 605 and 650.

As this information is common to all 3 aircraft designations, only the Challenger 650 AFM and FCOM pages are presented. The information for the Challenger 604 and 605 can be found in their appropriate manuals. Any differences between variants, apart from page number, will be identified.

This course does not satisfy any requirement of 14 CFR Part 61.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

 

- Define important terms and concepts

- Describe key operating limitations

- Describe the use of holdover time (HOT) tables

- Identify the types of deicing/anti-icing fluids

- List phase of flight procedures

- Recall airborne icing effects on aircraft performance

Outline

- Introduction, definitions, and limitations

- Aircraft contamination and preflight procedures

- Holdover tables and deicing/anti-icing fluids

- Phase of flight procedures

- Airborne icing

- Introduction

Challenger 604 FANS Training

The Challenger 604 FANS-1/A+ eLearning Training course is designed to enable the flight crew to effectively operate the FANS-1/A+ system installed on the Challenger 604 aircraft through Service Bulletins (SBs) 604-23-013 and 604-23-014.

This course provides information on the background, functions, operation, limitations, and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ system. It also provides the necessary training to fulfill the requirements listed in the Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD), Transport Canada Advisory Circular (AC) No. 700-041 - Special Authorization (SA) for Required Communications Performance (RCP) 240 and Required Surveillance Performance (RSP) 180, and FAA AC 90-117 - Data Link Operations.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Operate FANS-1/A+ functions

- Establish connection with Air Traffic Control (ATC) for purpose of controller pilot data link communication (CPDLC)

- Communicate with ATC using CPDLC

- Define ADS-C contracts and reports

- Use CPDLC normal, emergency, and abnormal operations

- State limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS Function,Log On,and Termination

- Normal Operation – ATC Request

- Normal Operation– ATC Reports and Clearances

- ADS-C and Position Reporting

- Emergency Operation

- Human Factors,Limitations, and Operational Approval

Challenger 604 Supplementary Ground Wing Anti-Ice System Training

The purpose of this course is to introduce the supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS) that is applicable to all Challenger 604 aircraft that have implemented SB 604-30-004.

The course presents the function, indications and operational information regarding supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS). Successful completion of this course does not alone constitute an operational & approval.

Training Requirements Temporary revision to advise the flight crew of the following: Introduction of supplemental ground wing anti-ice system for airplanes incorporating Service Bulletin 604-30-004.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify the function of the supplementary ground wing anti-ice system (SGWAIS)

- Describe the conditions when the SGWAIS is activated

- Identify the failed SGWAIS test indication

Challenger 605 / 650 Advanced Avionics / 650 LINK2000+ (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 605/650 Advanced Avionics/650 LINK2000 (ATN B1 CPDLC) Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Challenger 605 LINK2000+ system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using LINK2000+ and CPDLC systems.

Outline

- Introduction

- System descriptions

- CPDLC operations

- Abnormal operations

- Limitations & human factors

 

Challenger 605 Advanced Avionics/650 Data Link Training

This course introduces the concepts, functions and operational Challenger data link systems

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to:

- Describe the general concepts of data link communication

- Access data link functions including FANS, ATN CPDLC, AOC CORP, and ATS

- Identify data link systems prior to flight requiring FANS-1/A+

- Use the features available on the FMS CDU to monitor and test the data link system

- State MEL provisions and AFM limitations

Challenger 605 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics / 650 FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) Training

The Challenger 605 Proline 21 Advanced Avionics/650 FANS-1/A+ flight training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ system. The course provides the necessary training to fulfill the requirements listed in the Global Operational Data Link Document (GOLD), Data Link Operational Authorization Outline and FAA AC 90-117.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Operate FANS-1/A+ functions

- Establish connection with ATC for purpose of controller pilot data link communication (CPDLC)

- Communicate with ATC using CPDLC

- Use CPDLC normal, emergency and abnormal operations

- State limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating functions

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Challenger 650 Interiors Training

The Challenger 650 Interiors Operator course provides operators with information on the Cabin Electronic System (CES) and other key cabin interior systems. The Rockwell Collins CES introduces computer technology in a fully-integrated cabin management suite. This course covers Cabin Electronics System, entertainment, as well as the lighting, emergency equipment, vacuum waste system and the potable water system.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- Describe how to navigate through the CES using touch screen equipment

- Explain the function of CES components and interfaces

- Explain concepts in performing basic troubleshooting of the CES system

- Describe the interface of the CES with the lighting, potable water system and the waste system

Outline

- Cabin electronics system

- Other systems

Challenger 650 to Challenger 605 Differences Training

The Challenger 650 to Challenger 605 Differences Flight Training Course covers the avionics differences between these two aircraft, with specific emphasis on the Flight Management System (FMS), navigation, and flight instruments system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student is able to:

- Identify the avionics changes in the FMS, navigation and flight instrument systems

Outline

 

- FMS

- Navigation

Flight instruments system

Challenger 650 Recurrent Online Training

The Challenger 650 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the self-paced eLearning course 5 weeks prior to onsite simulator training. The eLearning course provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components of the Challenger 650 aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Outline

- Introduction

 

- AFCS/Flight Instruments/ATS

 

- Air Conditioning and Pressurization

 

- APU

 

- Aural and Visual Warnings

 

- Electrical Power

 

- Fire Protection

 

- Flight Controls

 

- FMS

 

- Fuel

 

- Hydraulic Power

 

- Ice and Rain Protection

 

- Landing Gear

 

- Performance

 

- Pneumatics

 

- Powerplant

 

Challenger 605 Recurrent Online Training eLearning

The Challenger 650 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the self-paced eLearning course 5 weeks prior to onsite simulator training. The eLearning course provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components of the Challenger 650 aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Outline

- AFCS/Flight Instruments/ATS

- Air Conditioning and Pressurization

- APU

- Aural and Visual Warnings

- Electrical Power

- Fire Protection

- Flight Controls

- FMS

- Fuel

- Hydraulic Power

- Ice and Rain Protection

- Landing Gear

- Performance

- Pneumatics

- Powerplant

Global 5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck Interiors Operators Training

 

The Global 5000 Global Vision Flight Deck Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

 

 

Global 5000 Venue Interiors Training for Operators

The Global 5000 Venue™ Interiors for Operators eLearning course provides information on the features and operation of interiors systems focusing on the Rockwell Collins Venue™ cabin management system. This course is for pilots, flight attendants and maintenance personnel.

Outline

The course consists of eight lessons:

- Introduction and Overview

- Galley Touchscreen Operation

- CMS Media Components

- Cabin remote Application Operation

- Cabin Electrical Power

- Cabin Communication and Audio Systems

- Cabin Lighting System

- Water and Waste System

Objectives

- Describe the functions of the Venue cabin management system (CMS)

- Describe the Galley Touchscreen (GTS) and its key functions

- List the key components and interior systems that interface with the CMS

- Differentiate between the three user roles: Standards, VIP and Galley Backup

- State how to reset circuit protective devices (CPDs)

- Identify the devices that control the CMS and t he roles available to each device

- State the basic functions of the iridium, Inmarsat, and Bombardier WAVE (Ka-band) satellite communication systems

​- Operate the cabin systems using the GTS

Global 6000 Interiors Operators Training

The Global 6000 Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

- Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Global 6000 Venue Interiors Training for Operators

The Global 6000 Venue™ Interiors for Operators eLearning course provides pilots, flight attendants, and maintenance personnel with information on the features and operation of interior systems including the Rockwell Collins Venue™ cabin management system.

Outline

The course consists of eight lessons:

- Introduction and Overview

- Galley Touchscreen Operation

- CMS Media Components

- Cabin Remote Application Operation

- Cabin Electrical Power

- Cabin Communication and Audio Systems

- Cabin Lighting System

- Water and Waste System

Objectives

- Describe the cabin layout/configuration

 

Global 6000/5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck Electronic Checklist Customization Training

The Electronic Checklist (ECL) Customization eLearning course is available to customers who want to tailor the ECL for specific use and operations.

The course provides the knowledge to operate the checklist editing tool  and the validation of the dataset and load set it produces. The course also provides an overview to the ECL configuration, control, and management requirements that allow the operator to develop a certification process for presentation to the appropriate regulatory authorities.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Describe the components of the electronic checklist (ECL)

- Operate the tool to create a checklist

- Create a  new checklist or procedure

- Amend an existing checklist

- Create and validate an ECL dataset and loadset (which can be installed on the aircraft)

- Describe the ECL configuration control and management requirements

- Describe the certification process​

Outline

 

- Introduction

- Rockwell Collins Checklist Tool (RCCT) introduction

- Dataset population

- Creating an index, checklist, and procedure

- Checklist items/action items

- Checklist items/conditional items

- Checklist items/free text and notes

- Checklist items/MSLI

- Checklist item attributes

- ECL structure  and loadset creation

- Report creation and validation

- Customizing the operator ECL

- ECL certification requirements

Global 6000/5000 with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) Flight Training

The Global 6000/5000 VFD Flight FANS-1A (CPDLC) Flight Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Global 5000 featuring Vision flight deck/6000 FANS system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using FANS and CPDLC systems, including Departure Clearance (DCL) function.

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating operations

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Global Adverse Weather Training

The Global Adverse Weather course is intended to provide students with an overview of the concepts and terminology associated with operations in cold and hot weather conditions. The course is for training purposes only.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Define cold weather important terms

- Describe key operating limitations when operating in cold weather

- Describe cold weather phase of flight procedures

- Describe key considerations when operating in hot weather conditions

Outline

- Cold weather: definitions and limitations

- Cold weather: aircraft contamination, preflight and anti-icing/deicing

- Cold weather: phase of flight procedures

- Hot weather operations

Global XRS Interiors Operators Training

The Global XRS Interiors Operators eLearning course provides operators with familiarization on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Global XRS/5000 Batch 3 Flight Differences Training

The Global Batch 3 Differences Flight training course presents a comprehensive review of the Batch 3 avionics upgrade. The courseware identifies the changes to the flight displays and introduces the new features of the flight guidance and flight management systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course the student will be able to:

- Identify changes to the display of information on the primary flight displays (PFD)

- Describe the operation of the vertical glide path (VGP) mode

- Describe the changes to the flight management system (FMS)

- Describe the indications associated with required navigation performance (RNP)

- Describe the operation of the localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV) mode

Outline

- Introduction/Electronic displays

- AFCS

- FMS General Changes

- GNSS

- FMS RNP

- FMS LPV

Global XRS/5000 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training

The Global XRS/5000 FANS-1A (CPDLC) Training course provides operators with information on background, functions, limitations and human factors of the Global FANS system.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will attain the necessary knowledge and skills required to demonstrate competency in using FANS and CPDLC systems, including Departure Clearance (DCL) function.

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS functions

- Normal operation - ATC request

- Normal operation - ATC reports & terminating operations

- Emergency operation

- Abnormal operation

- Limitations & human factors

Global 6000/5000 Recurrent Online Training

The Global Vision 6000/5000 Self-Paced Recurrent Training course package provides students with both theoretical and practical material in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification.

Students are registered to the Self paced elearning 5 weeks prior to the onsite simulator training. The elearning provides pilots with a comprehensive review of the aircraft systems and components on the Global Vision aircraft.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification.

Objectives

- Self Paced Ground school ELearning (15 hours):

- Introduction

- APU

- Automatic Flight Control System

- Electrical

- FMS

- Flight controls

- Electronic Displays

- Fuel

- Emergency Equipment and Lighting

- Hydraulics

- Ice and Rain Protection

- Integrated Air Management

- Landing Gear and Brakes

- Fire Protection

- HUD

- Enhanced Vision System

- Navigation and Communication

- Powerplant

- Performance

- Weight and Balance

Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Online Training

The Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Training eLearning course provides pilots with a review of the aircraft systems and components on the Global XRS series aircraft.

Flight recurrent training provides a comprehensive review of the main aircraft systems in preparation for aircraft Type Rating recertification. At the end of the course, a comprehensive examination, given onsite prior to the first simulator session, ensures that the important points from each module have been learned.

Students are still required to complete onsite simulator check training as part of their recertification. Please visit Global Express XRS/5000 Recurrent Online Training Only

Outline

  • Introduction
  • APU
  • Automatic Flight Control System
  • Electrical
  • FMS
  • Flight Controls
  • Electronic Displays
  • Fuel
  • Emergency Equipment and Lighting
  • Hydraulics
  • Ice and Rain Protection
  • Integrated Air Management
  • Landing Gear and Brakes
  • Fire Protection
  • HUD
  • Enhanced Vision System
  • Navigation and Communication
  • Powerplant
  • Performance
  • Weight and Balance

Global 6000/5000 VFD FANS-1A+ (CPDLC) Maintenance Awareness Training

The Global 5000 (with Bombardier Vision Flight Deck)/6000 FANS/CPDLC maintenance awareness training course provides technicians with information on the background, components, functions, operations, servicing, limitations and human factors of the FANS-1/A+ (CPDLC) system.

This course is for training purposes only.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Describe the future air navigation (FANS) and controller-pilot data link communications (CPDLC)

- Locate major FANS components and state their functions

- Describe the steps for fault isolation, ground testing procedures and aircraft return to service

- Describe safety procedures

- Describe limitations and human factors

Outline

- Introduction

- FANS/CPDLC functions and components

- Normal operation

- Abnormal operation

- Maintenance fault diagnostics, rectification and return to service

- Limitations & human factors

Global 6000 Interiors Technical Familiarization Training

The Global 6000 Interiors Technical Familiarization course provides technicians with in-depth information on the Rockwell Collins Cabin Electronic System (CES), as well as familiarization on related key cabin interior systems, such as satellite communications (SATCOM) and satellite television. Also provided is information on non-Rockwell Collins systems that are part of the interiors systems. An optional course, Technology, Computers and Networks is available for further study.

Objectives

Upon completion of the course, the student will:

- State the function of the major components of the cabin electronics system (CES)

- Navigate through the CES touch screen pages

- Describe signal flows through the CES system

- Describe the major power distribution components and their functions

- Describe other interiors systems, including the communication and water and waste systems

Outline

- Cabin electronics system (CES) overview

- Cabin electrical power

- Cabin electronics system

- Cabin systems

- Lighting and water and waste systems

Customs

This course covers general information regarding customs and immigrations procedures in ICAO signatory countries. It is based on ICAO Annex 9 - Facilitation. 

 

Countries not signatory to ICAO SARPs or countries that are classified as war zones may not comply with the information contained in this course. It is the responsibility of the operator to ensure there is a complete understanding and compliance with any requirements from non-ICAO countries. 

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Learjet 40/45 LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Learjet 40/45 FMS 4.1 and GPS upgrades.

The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility.

Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

Learjet 60XR LPV/WAAS Training

The LPV/WAAS training course presents the Learjet 60XR FMS 4.1 and GPS upgrades.  The update introduces satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS) navigation to support the new category of approach, approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV).  The LPV/SBAS update improves runway access as LPV enables lower minimas to support landing during periods of reduced visibility. Demonstrations are used to illustrate LPV approach procedures.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, the student will describe the system updates, controls and indications for LPV and WAAS capable aircraft.

Outline

- Flight management system

- Glossary of terms

- SBAS

- WAAS advantages

- GNSS configuration

- LPV approaches

Challenger 300 to 350 Differences Flight Training

The Challenger 300 to 350 Differences Flight Training course presents a comprehensive review of the differences between the CL300 and the CL350 aircraft. This course is comprised of six modules.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Recognize general structural and avionics aircraft differences

- Identify performance calculation differences for the Challenger 350

- Describe changes to flight instrument displays

- Identify all new features of the FMS-6200

- Identify changes to the navigation system

- Recognize callouts and annunciations associated with SmartRunway™ and SmartLanding™

Course Outline

- Aircraft General

- Performance Calculations

- Performance Calculation Differences

- Quick Reference Handbook

- CAFM

- CIFP

- Flight Instruments

- Flight Management System

- Introduction to FMS-6200

- Introduction and GNSS/SBAS

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV Approach

- Navigation

- TSS and Weather Radar

- Inertial Reference System

- SmartRunway™ and SmartLanding ™

- Introduction

- SmartRunway™

- SmartLanding ™

Challenger 605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 Differences Flight Training

The Challenger 605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 Differences Training course presents a comprehensive review of the differences between the CL605 and the CL605 Pro Line 21 Advanced Avionics/650 aircraft. This course will include three separate modules related to avionics systems.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

- Identify changes and new functions available for the flight instruments, FMS, and navigation systems.

- Operate the new functions for the flight instruments, FMS and navigation systems

Outline

- Flight Instruments

- Primary Flight Display

- SVS and FPV

- Flight Management System

- Introduction to FMS 6200

- GNSS/SBAS

- Required Navigation Performance

- LPV

- Navigation

- Traffic Surveillance System and Weather Radar

- Runway Awareness and Advisory System


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