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               CAE MPL
           Licensing Program

                 Presented to
                ICAO Officers




By Stephane Clement, Director of Regulatory Affairs
                Montreal, ICAO HQ
                   23 Nov 2009
Highlights of ICAO MPL Requirements
Based on ICAO PANS TRG (Doc. 9868) and on ICAO Annex 1
Four distinct phases corresponding in broad terms to the definitions
contained in Annex 1.
Competency based (Knowledge, Skills & Attitude)
Assurance that students achieve end level proficiency on all required
ICAO competencies contained in PANS Training.
The training of multi-crew competencies “from the beginning” and the
achievement of multi-crew competency.
Integrated Threat & Error Management (TEM).
 ►   Consider interpersonal skills, increased automation in a/c, reduced
     experience in manual flying, higher density airspace etc.
Twenty five (25) hours of human factors training.
Aviation language LVL 4 competency.
Minimum acceptable simulator fidelity is defined for each phase.
A minimum of 240 hours of flight training (PF & PNF)



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ICAO Standard
                                             ICAO MPL Training Scheme Model

                                Phase of Training                               Flight Training Media                   Ground Training
                                                                                                                            Media
                                                                         Minimum Level Requirement
                                ADVANCED                                 Aeroplane
  Threat and Error Management




                                                                           Turbine                             PF/PNF
                                Type Rating Training within
                                an airline oriented                    Multi-engine
                                environment                       Multi-crew certified
                                                                      FSTD Type IV
                                INTERMEDIATE

                                Application of multi-crew
                                operations in a high                  FSTD Type III                            PF/PNF        CBT
                                performance multi-engine
                                turbine aeroplane                                                                        E-Learning
                                BASIC                                    Aeroplane                                        Part Task
                                Introduction of multi-crew           Single or multi-                                      Trainer
                                operations and instrument                engine
                                                                                                               PF/PNF
                                flight, upset recovery                 FSTD Type II
                                                                                                                         Classroom

                                CORE FLYING SKILLS                       Aeroplane
                                Specific basic single                Single or multi-                           PF
                                                                         engine
                                pilot training
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                                                                       FSTD Type I
CAE MPL: Main Contact Persons - Worldwide

  Jon Adams, MPL Manager
  Gary Morrison, Ab-initio & MPL, Regulatory Affairs
  Kris Van den Bergh, Vice-President, Chief Learning
  Officer
  Walter Visser, Vice-President, CAE Global Academy
  & Pilot Provisioning




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CAE MPL Program

CAE Aircrew Selection System - critical
Aviation English Language
Competency-based Training & Assessment
 ► Underlying instructional systems design process
 ► Competency-based training environment

 ► Training emphasis on the crew

 ► LOFT/scenario based training predominates

 ► Integrated CRM/TEM




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One of CAE’s MPL Training Scheme
                                                                                  CAE - MPL 1A Training Scheme
                                                                               Minimum 415 hours of training including PF and PNF
                                   Phase of Training                     Training Items              Flight and Simulated Flight Training Media -             Training Hours   Ground Training
                                                                                                             Minimum Level Requirements                                            Media
                                        Advanced                                                                                      Takeoffs and Landings
                                                                      • CRM                       Airplane
                                                                                                                                      (6 Minimum) and IOE
                                                                      • Landing training          Turbine - Transport Category
                                        Type rating training                                                                               by Airline          As Required
                                                                      • All weather scenarios     Multi-Engine Multi-Crew
                                        within an airline oriented
                                                                                                  Certified                                  PF**
                                        environment.                  • LOFT
                                                                      • Abnormal procedures
                                                                                                                                                                    60
                                                                      • Normal procedures         Type IV (Level D)
                                            Phase IV                                                                                                              (30+30)
                                                                      • Standard Airline Type
                                                                      • Rating Syllabus
                                                                                                                                                                    52
                                                                                                  Type I (Level 4)
                                                                                                                                           PF/PNF                 (26+26)

                                             Introduction to Jet Transport Aircraft               Type IV (Level D)
                                                                                                                                                                    8
                                                                                                                                                                   (4+4)
                                        Intermediate
       Integrated TEM Principles




                                                                      • CRM
                                        Application of multi-crew     • LOFT
                                                                                                  Type IV (Level D)                                                 63
                                                                                                  Beechjet FFS                                                  (31.5+31.5)
                                        operations in a high          • Abnormal procedures                                                                                          CBT
                                        performance multi-engine      • Normal procedures
                                        turbine aircraft              • Multi-crew
                                                                      • Instrument flight
                                                                                                                                           PF/PNF                                 E-Learning
                                                                      • Completion of all nine    Type III (Level 6)
                                                                                                  Beechjet type specific with
                                                                                                                                                                    84
                                                                      • ICAO Competency                                                                           (42+42)
                                                                      • Based Units               Enhanced Visual System                                                       Part-Task Trainer
                                            Phase III
                                                                                                                                                                                  Classroom
                                                   Introduction to Jet Aircraft                   Type III (Level 6)                                             16 (8+8)

                                        Basic                                                     Airplane
                                                                                                                                                                                 750+ Hours
                                                                      • CRM
                                        Introduction of multi-                                    Single-Engine Glass Cockpit -
                                                                      • PF/PNF competencies                                                   PF                    44
                                        crew operations and                                       Intro to Multi-Crew
                                                                      • IFR cross-country
                                        instrument flight                                         Competencies (MCC)
                                                                      • VFR solo cross-
                                                                      • country
                                             Phase II                 • Upset recovery            Type II (Level 5) Glass Cockpit -
                                                                                                                                                                    43
                                                                      • Night flight              Intro to Multi-Crew                      PF/PNF                 (22+21)
                                                                      • Instrument flight         Competencies (MCC)

                                        Core Flying Skills
                                                                      • CRM                       Airplane
                                                                                                  Single-Engine Glass Cockpit
                                                                                                                                              PF                    36
                                        Specific basic single-pilot   • Solo flight
                                        training                      • Basic instrument flight
                                                                      • Principles of flight      Type II (Level 5) - Single-
                                             Phase I                  • Cockpit procedures        Engine Glass Cockpit
                                                                                                                                              PF                    9


    ● PF – Pilot Flying; PNF – Pilot Not Flying – can be accomplished in Intermediate Phase
                                                                                                                                  Total Training Hours         415 hours        750+ Hours
    ** Limited credit may be granted in accordance with paragraphs 3.3.4 and 3.3.5




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One of CAE’s MPL Training Scheme
                                                                                  CAE - MPL 1A Training Scheme
                                                                               Minimum 415 hours of training including PF and PNF
                                   Phase of Training                     Training Items              Flight and Simulated Flight Training Media -             Training Hours   Ground Training
                                                                                                             Minimum Level Requirements                                            Media

    Planned Total Aircraft Flying Time = 86 Hours
                                        Advanced

                                        Type rating training
                                                                      • CRM
                                                                      • Landing training
                                                                                                  Airplane
                                                                                                  Turbine - Transport Category
                                                                                                                                      Takeoffs and Landings
                                                                                                                                      (6 Minimum) and IOE
                                                                                                                                           by Airline          As Required
                                                                      • All weather scenarios     Multi-Engine Multi-Crew
                                        within an airline oriented
                                                                                                  Certified                                  PF**
                                        environment.                  • LOFT
                                                                      • Abnormal procedures
                                                                                                                                                                    60
                                                                      • Normal procedures         Type IV (Level D)
                                      329
    Planned Total FSTD Flying Time = PF/PNF Hours
                                            Phase IV                  • Standard Airline Type
                                                                      • Rating Syllabus           Type I (Level 4)
                                                                                                                                                                  (30+30)
                                                                                                                                                                    52
                                                                                                                                                                  (26+26)

                                             Introduction to Jet Transport Aircraft               Type IV (Level D)
                                                                                                                                                                    8
                                                                                                                                                                   (4+4)


    Planned Total Solo Flying Time = 14 Hours
                                        Intermediate
       Integrated TEM Principles




                                                                      • CRM
                                        Application of multi-crew     • LOFT
                                                                                                  Type IV (Level D)                                                 63
                                                                                                  Beechjet FFS                                                  (31.5+31.5)
                                        operations in a high          • Abnormal procedures                                                                                          CBT
                                        performance multi-engine      • Normal procedures
                                        turbine aircraft              • Multi-crew
                                                                      • Instrument flight                                                                                         E-Learning
    Planned Total Night Flying Time = 8 Hours
                                      PF/PNF
                                                                      • Completion of all nine
                                                                      • ICAO Competency
                                                                                                  Type III (Level 6)
                                                                                                  Beechjet type specific with
                                                                                                  Enhanced Visual System
                                                                                                                                                                    84
                                                                                                                                                                  (42+42)      Part-Task Trainer
                                                                      • Based Units
                                            Phase III
                                                                                                                                                                                  Classroom
                                                   Introduction to Jet Aircraft                   Type III (Level 6)                                             16 (8+8)
                                                  750+ 7
    Planned Total Unusual Attitude & Upset Recovery =Hours Hours
                                        Basic
                                                                      • CRM                       Airplane
                                        Introduction of multi-                                    Single-Engine Glass Cockpit -
                                                                      • PF/PNF competencies                                                   PF                    44
                                        crew operations and                                       Intro to Multi-Crew
                                                                      • IFR cross-country
                                        instrument flight                                         Competencies (MCC)
                                                                      • VFR solo cross-
                                                                      • country

    Planned Total Windshear Recognition & Recovery = 5 Hours
         Phase II
                                    PF/PNF
                                                                      • Upset recovery
                                                                      • Night flight
                                                                                                  Type II (Level 5) Glass Cockpit -
                                                                                                  Intro to Multi-Crew
                                                                                                                                                                    43
                                                                                                                                                                  (22+21)
                                                                      • Instrument flight         Competencies (MCC)

                                        Core Flying Skills
                                                                      • CRM                       Airplane
                                                                                                  Single-Engine Glass Cockpit
                                                                                                                                              PF                    36
                                                                      • Solo flight
    Planned Total Flight Training Time = 415 Hours
                                        Specific basic single-pilot
                                        training                      • Basic instrument flight
                                                                      • Principles of flight      Type II (Level 5) - Single-
                                             Phase I                  • Cockpit procedures        Engine Glass Cockpit
                                                                                                                                              PF                    9


    ● PF – Pilot Flying; PNF – Pilot Not Flying – can be accomplished in Intermediate Phase
                                                                                                                                  Total Training Hours         415 hours        750+ Hours
    ** Limited credit may be granted in accordance with paragraphs 3.3.4 and 3.3.5




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CAE Aviation English Language Training

Selection
Two-Month
Orientation
(general)
Two-Week
Introduction
(technical vocab.)
Main Course (From Phase 1 to Phase 3…. towards
ICAO LVL 4 certification for English language
operational fluency)
Dedicated Lessons

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CAE MPL … Initially
 First Program to be conducted in North America….for non-
 North-American Customers
 CAE operates FTOs and Training Centers in North America
 Geographical proximity of ICAO HQ and Transport Canada with
 CAE HQ
  ►   Capt Defalque at ICAO
  ►   Mr. Jim Dowe from TC; co-chaired the ICAO MPL effort
 TC has nicely extended offer to assist other NAAs with MPL,
 and CAE has used this offer.
 Connects the Transport Canada ATO certification process to
 MPL Program Licensing requirements.
 A good Transport Canada document for training ATO personnel
 on the MPL curriculum and the differences between a
 competency-based training versus traditional methods


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Flight Simulation Training Devices (FSTD)
 MPL FSTDs - defined for each MPL phase, especially
 in ICAO 9625 Ed. 3, Volume 1.
 The right FSTD for the right level of training, testing,
 checking
 FSTDs provide the simulation fidelities necessary to
 train competency based objectives.
 ►   Windshear, CFIT, Upset, and recovery from energy critical
     maneuvers required.
 ATC Simulation
 ►   ATC training recommended by ICAO PANS TRG
 ►   A requirement in JAR-FCL for MPL phases 3 & 4
 ►   Supported by CAE True Environment (using speech
     recognition)


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CAE MPL Program
Instructional Competencies
 ►   MPL instructors get special training as recommended by
     ICAO PANS TRG and required by JAR-FCL
 ►   Defined for each phase
 ►   Confirmed by the quality system
 ►   Formally assessed

Beta MPL Test Oversight
 ►   Confirmation of the ATO’s training processes.
 ►   Confirmation of the ATO’s quality system.
 ►   Review of the ATO’s risk indicators previously identified in
     the risk profile.
 ►   Assessment of training fidelity (courseware, instruction,
     FSTDs).


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Mastery Tests and PPC
 ►   Comprehensive evaluation of ATPL knowledge and skills.
 ►   PF and PNF.
 ►   Ready for Base Training and IOE.

Data Collection and Analysis
 ►   Protocols mandated by ICAO.
 ►   Standards and expectations formalized by the National
     Aviation Authorities.
 ►   Data collection process starts during Core MPL Phase (1) and
     continues through the first year after start of flying service
     into the airline operations.




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Other MPL Program Coordination
With Sponsoring Airline
 ►   Training expectations / special needs.
 ►   Coordination with sponsoring airline’s Aviation Authorities
     also required as MPL training includes specific airline SOPs
 ►   Cadet selection.
 ►   Coordination of extended data collection requirements.

With National Aviation Authority
 ►   Many ICAO recommended standards are taskings to the
     National Authority.
 ►   They include ATO Certification Requirements, Quality System
     Requirements, and SMS requirements.

As required with ICAO and ICAO COSCAP


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