THE AIRBUSREADY COURSE
AirbusReady JOC training comprises of the following main elements:
Our Airbus A320 Fixed Base Flight Simulator provides an accurate full scale representation of an Airbus A320 Flight Deck. The simulator has a full glass cockpit; dual MCDU, FCU, EFIS and a full ECAM system malfunctions are available. Audio and crew intercom is available, as is air traffic control if required.
The simulator is complete with adjustable seats, airbus pilot tray tables, map reading lights, Dual linked iPads for Jeppesen Charts, an instructor station with touch screen and two further observer seats. We also provide smoke in the cockpit simulation with breathing masks. Headsets are available to use and pilots are welcome to use their own.
Pilots carry out a total of 8 hours simulator time across course modules
We have a lot of course content to cover in our classroom. To make the best of your training, we keep the courses as small as possible. Airbus Law, fly-by-wire logic, SID/STARS, route & descent planning are all covered. All JOC subjects will be covered in 4 hours of formal classroom training
An important part of any training is consolidation time. For many this could be reading course material after hours or practicing operational procedures. Pilots will have the simulator available in the evening during the course for up to 2 hours to consolidate what has been taught during the day.
As part of our modular based approach, we conduct a flight test on the last day of the course. This consists of a briefing on a mock route, with an en-route diversion and failures included. The test will be conducted to replicate what candidates will experience in an Airline Simulator Assessment
Airline Interview and Assessment
Preparation for your interview with the airlines is essential. We will guide you through the process and show how you can best present yourself in interview and simulator assessment. Our training staff have experience with all of the major airlines, so know exactly what they are looking for.