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Organisation: Subject: Draft unit of competency AVIF0008 Manage safe flight operations
Several of the knowledge evidence includes references to crew management. The CPL is a single pilot licence therefore multi crew knowledge and performance criteria are inappropriate. I refer in particular to AVIF008 in Knowledge evidence where the first requirements of cockpit management are beyond the scope of the licence.
The draft unit of competency AVIF0008 Manage safe flight operations has been drafted to align with the requirements of CASR Pt 61 Manual of Standards competency NTS1 Manage a safe flight. The inclusion of Knowledge Evidence within this unit related to crew coordination and cockpit management was to ensure that essential information related to the Commercial Pilot Human Factors (CPHF) unit within Schedule Three was appropriately addressed as well. The relevant Knowledge Evidence statements related to cockpit management within the draft UOC are proposed to be modified to more accurately align with the information in CPHF, and remove any reference to Multi-Crew Operations. The amended unit of competency will be referred to the Commercial Pilot and Rotary Wing Project Steering Committees for consideration and validation.
Organisation: Subject: Diploma of Aviation (Flight Instructor)
This Unit pertains to Multi Crew Operations but sits within the Diploma of Aviation (Flight Instructor) qualification. The delivery of training for the issue of a CASA Flight Instructor Rating must be conducted under a Part 141 Operator, however only a Part 142 Operator can deliver Multi-crew training. In addition, for someone to be adequately qualified to deliver MCC training, they must themselves have completed a MCC course and have Multi-crew experience – very few Part 141 organisations delivering the training for a Flight Instructor Rating would employ a person with these qualifications.
MCC training is specialized and likely to be conducted by airlines or organisations specifically targeting this market.
“Units of competency included within the AVI50515 Diploma of Aviation (Flight Instructor) have been packaged and drafted to meet the requirements of aviation flight instructors operating both within the Australian VET and CASA flying training organisation environment. Although the requirements for a Flight Instructor Rating within the CASR Pt 61 Manual of Standards also include unit FIR 9 Multi-crew training endorsement, the practical flight standards for the Flight Instructor Rating only mandate this requirement if operating within a Multi-Crew Operations area. To ensure that there are no barriers to enrolment and completion of this qualification, and achieving a subsequent Flight Instructor Rating, the following AVI units of competency are proposed to be moved from Core requirements to Elective outcomes, and the qualification packaging rules modified to reflect this structural change.
• AVIM0002 Plan and conduct multi-crew cooperation (MCC) training
• AVIM5008 Conduct flight review
The amended qualification will be referred to the Commercial Pilot and Rotary Wing Project Steering Committees for consideration and validation.”
Organisation: Subject: Single Engine Aeroplane
Believe that Single Engine Aeroplane is a CLASS rating, not a Type rating under CASA Part 61
The CASR Part 61 Manual of Standards Schedule 1 Section L Aircraft ratings and endorsements includes the following Pilot class ratings and design feature endorsements:
• Appendix L.1 Single-engine aeroplane class rating
• Appendix L.14 Single-engine aeroplane type rating
The proposed AVISS00068 Single Engine Aeroplane Pilot Skill Set planned for inclusion within AVI Aviation Training Package Release 3.0 does not include language that distinguishes between a Pilot class or type rating.
Organisation: Subject: Diploma AVI50215 Commercial Pilot Licence - Aeroplane
Thank you for the new Diploma AVI50215 Commercial Pilot LIcence – Aeroplane. When preparing materials to add this qualification to scope, I wonder if you could give some guidance on AVIO0002, Manage disruptive behaviour etc. The elements and range, as well as the Skills and Knowledge requirements, are quite general which we can understand. However, would you be able to provide some guidance on the intent, perhaps the source of the unit (say, Part 61 or IATA or elsewhere) and if at all possible a reference so that we would be able to contextualise the unit and prepare training materials? For example, what techniques are recommended or mandated for pacifying passengers, physically or by negotiation? We need to move swiftly to applying to add the qualification to scope and will not be able to wait for books to be written around this unit. Thanks again for coming through with the Diploma.
This unit replaces and is not equivalent to AVIO2014A Manage disruptive and or unlawful behaviour. For implementation purposes, training organisations should refer to the specific crew training requirements of Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005 Part 4 Division 4.4 On-board Security Para 4.70 Training programs, in addition to the requirements listed within this units Knowledge and Performance Evidence assessment requirements.
Organisation: Subject: Unit of Competency AVIY4002 Take off aeroplane
Hi, just letting you know, reading through AVIY4002 I noticed that on page 368 the following paragraph has been written twice: As a minimum, assessors must satisfy applicable regulatory requirements, which include requirements in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations current at the time of assessment.
Thank you for your feedback on the unit of competency AVIY4002 Take off aeroplane. All units of competency within the AVI Aviation Training Package include the following two discrete statements within the Assessment Requirements for assessors and assessment outcomes, to ensure the following relevant clauses of the Standards for Registered Training Organisations 2015 are applied. Clause 1.8 relates to the conduct of effective assessment, including conducting assessment activities in accordance with the principles of assessment and rules of evidence. The inclusion of the statement, ‘As a minimum, assessment must satisfy applicable regulatory requirements, which include requirements in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations current at the time of assessment’ is included to satisfy this clause. Clause 1.13 relates to the employment of skilled trainers and assessors, and ensures that the RTO’s training and assessment is delivered only by persons who have vocational competencies at least to the level being delivered and assessed, current industry skills directly relevant to the training and assessment being provided, and current knowledge and skills in vocational training and learning that informs their training and assessment. The inclusion of the statement ‘As a minimum, assessors must satisfy applicable regulatory requirements, which include requirements in the Standards for Registered Training Organisations current at the time of assessment’ is included to satisfy this clause.