IFR Training Checklist FAR61 65

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					                                              61.65B AERONAUTICAL KNOWLEDGE
                                                                                                    complete
                     FAR's that apply to IFR flight Part 91
Loggged in Logbook




                     AIM information that applies to IFR flight
                     ATC system and procedures that apply to IFR flight
                     IFR navigation and approaches by use of nav system
                     Use of IFR enroute and approach charts
                     Procurement of wx reports and forcasts / interpreting and forecasting trends
                     Safe and effiecient operation of A/C under IFR in IMC
                     Recognition of critical wx and windshear avoidance
                     Aeronautical decision making and Judgment
                     CRM including communication and coordination


                     HOME STUDY
                     COURSE
                     REVIEWED BY:

                     NAME

                     DATE
                                                                                           NAME
                              FAR 61.65 Training checklist                                 Bill Sparrow

                                 61.65d Aeronautical Experience
                                                                                           Complete Logged
                      50 hrs x/c PIC
MUST BE LOGGED




                                  10 hrs in airplanes

                      40 hrs acutual or simulated
                                 15 in A/C category
                                 3 within 60 days of test

                      1) X/C Flight of at least 250nm along airways or ATC vectors
                                  3 diff IAP's




                                 61.65c Flight Profieciency

                                                                                           Complete Logged
                      Preflight Prep
MUST BE LOGGED




                      Preflight Procedures
                      ATC Clearences and Procedures
                      Flight by Reference to Instruments
                                  Hood
                                  PCATD
                      Emergency Procedures
                                  System failures
                                  navigation failures
                      Instrument Approach Proceedures
                      Postflight procedures




                                             Endorsements
 ENDORSE IN LOGBOOK




                                                                                           ENDORSED
                      61.65a 4   Endorsement for Knowledge test

                      61.65a 6   Endorsement for Practical test


                                 3 Hrs Instrument Flight Training within 60 Days of Exam


                                 OK FOR EXAMINER
                                 SIGN            DATE
                                    JTM Aviation, llc
                                  Instrument Proficiency Check
Ground Portion

Review FARs pertinent to IFR
         Give the student scenarios to explore. Then have them dig through the Regs
         Lost comm
                     Routes and Altitudes( when on airways, vectors)

          Loss of Nav Function
                    how do you supplement lost info ( based on airplane being used)

          Holding
                     Speeds, times, required calls

          Approaches
                   categories and related times
                   planning Precision v Non- Precision

          Fuel Requirements
          When to you need an alternate?
          Wx mins
                     At destination? At your alternate?

Plan the Flight

          Routing
          DP's ( SIDs)
          Obtaining Clearance   ( twr v non twr field)

          Obtain and Interpret Wx
          Plan times and fuel needs
          Terminal Ops
                     STARs
                     vector approaches
                     full approaches

FLIGHT
          Airway Nav or Direct Nav
          Holding
                     VOR, intersection, NDB ( whatever is appropriate to Airplane)
          Approaches ( and Missed Approaches)
                    Precision / Non-Prec / Full / Vectored
          Maneuvers if VMC      {stalls and unusual attitude recovery}

Post flight brief and recommendations
                                      JTM Aviation, llc
                                     Instrument Proficiency Check

Evaluation Sheet       1          2         3       4        5
                       Poor       < average average >average Good

                                  Score                              Notes
FARs

Situational Awareness

Planning

Airmanship

CRM

Departure

Enroute

Holding

Arrivals

Missed Approach

Communications

Emergencies

Unusual Attitude Recovery



The CFII is the final authority as to the determination of proficiency.
This scorecard has the potential high score of 65.
Any Score less than 45 should warrant serious consideration before endorsements are given
Pilots who score less than 39 will not receive an endorsement, until deficiencies are improved.

				
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