The Supporting Crew Member Program (SCM)
CAE, a leading business aviation training provider located at the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport in Texas, U.S.A., is offering a unique opportunity to aspiring aviation students through its Supporting Crew Member (SCM) program. The program utilizes SCMs to meet the needs of our clients who train in aircraft simulators that require a crew compliment of at least two pilots.
This opportunity for aspiring aviation professionals is unparalleled and gives the qualified candidate the chance to become trained by the industry leader on some of today’s most sophisticated aircraft platforms in real-world environments.
The SCM program is designed to train and qualify students to provide “right seat support” for our clients attending FAA -approved 14 CFR 142 curriculum courses at our facilities. The primary goal is to qualify these Students to fulfill the “Pilot Monitoring” role under FAA part 61, 91, 135 and EASA training events.
In addition to receiving formal aircraft SIC simulator training for select aircraft types, the SCM will have the opportunity to attend, at no cost, one of the many advanced programs and enrichment courses provided by CAE.
This program has launched many aviation careers since its inception. Having the opportunity to receive world-class training from an industry leader can give you the edge you need for your future and build the professional foundation companies and airlines are looking for in today’s aviation environment.
Award Program Process
35 events in a 12 month period will qualify the SCM for an annual SIC recurrent training leading to a 61.55 sign off.
40 events in a 24 month period will qualify the SCM for the required paperwork for the SIC type rating endorsement. It is the SCMs responsibility to obtain the required aircraft takeoff and landings. (FAR 61.55 compliance is mandatory)
After completing the above, the SCM could take 1 of 2 different award paths, dependent on their career paths:
— OR —
Level 1 type rating courses:
Selection and Qualifications
At a minimum, the SCM candidate must possess the following:
Frequently Asked Questions
CAE provides all books and training at no extra cost. However, any costs for travel and lodging are the responsibility of the student.
Yes. The requirements of the program vary and range from days to nights and weekends.
The FARs allow that a percentage of acquired simulator hours may be credited towards certain categories of flight time.
Yes. A full set of training and service records will be kept and provided to you.
The completion of the Supporting Crew Member program applies only to the simulator. After the completion of forty (40) events, you will be eligible to receive a recommendation for a Part 61 SIC type-rating endorsement. You would then have to acquire takeoffs and landings in the aircraft (at your own expense).
If you would like more information about the Supporting Crew Member program, contact firstname.lastname@example.org