New course dates 2014!
Do you want to begin your career as a pilot at a world renowned airline? Training with us means laying the foundation for your future career.
Cockpit4u also supports you in preparing for your job interview. Together, we’ll take a close look at your strengths and weaknesses, and discuss frequently asked questions pertaining to the theoretical and practical aspects of the flight industry. You will receive tips on both body language and elocution.
Our experts are also happy to offer you advice when it comes to putting together your application (cover letter, CV, application photo, covering page) and can help you decide which airline is right for you. Your training will take place in a pleasant atmosphere, with professional instructors and feature real-life job interview scenarios which you will work through individually and in role playing exercises. You will be given feedback throughout your training to ensure that you gain a feeling of assurance and self-confidence.
Cockpit4u will also support you as you prepare for your screening: we will address frequently asked questions of a theoretical and practical nature, and also run through a selection of flight simulator programmes.
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Maximum training at minimum price on the new Boeing 737 NG Fixed Base Trainer.
Cockpit4u brings the brand-new B737NG Fixed Base Trainer (FBT) into service.
The innovative B737 NG Fixed Base Trainer (FBT) has been designed to bridge the gap between procedure training on ground and flight training in Full Flight Simulators.
This latest technology in pilot training features complete replica hardware, an instructor station, worldwide airport and navigation database and a flat screen based full HD visual system. The simulated aircraft systems ensure maximum transfer of learning to subsequent training in level D Full Flight Simulators.
From March 2014 Cockpit4u will launch its new B737NG Fixed Base Trainer for all B737 NG type rating courses, recurrent training, jet introduction training or IFR refresher. In screenings it also perfectly supports to evaluate the applicant’s flying skills. The new tool will replace the old-fashioned Paper Mock-up.
EducationNew: SFI/TRI courses acc. FCL.930!
The new EASA approved courses will start in September 2013!
Successful training is characterized by instructors giving support and encouragement through a trainee-centred and solution-focused approach.
Our Type Rating Instructor training courses are designed to provide the participant with the required theoretical background in flight procedures and synthetic flight instruction. After completion, the candidate will be able to administer effective methods of instruction mandatory for multi-crew cooperation and issue of a type rating. The courses at Cockpit4u are fully EASA approved according to Part-FCL.930.
Are you interested? You can reach us via phone, Skype or e-mail. Please don't hesitate to contact us. Our team of experts will be happy to answer all questions regarding the course.
A 600 grams tablet PC replaces about five kilos of paper within pilot training at Cockpit4u.
From April 2013 Cockpit4u will introduce the "Electronic Cockpit4u Bag" (ECB) for all type rating courses on Airbus, Boeing and Bombardier.
ECB is an electronic information management device that helps trainees to perform flight training tasks more easily and efficiently with less paper. It is a general purpose computing platform intended to reduce, or even replace, paper-based reference material often found in the trainee pilot's carry-on flight bag, including the training syllabus, aircraft operating manual, flight-crew operating manual, and navigational charts.
Each type rating trainee of the German TRTO will be provided with an Android device which digitally presents the entire training documents, except the QRH, the Training Manual and the grading record. This is to improve the training even more convenient, efficient and sustainable.
The customer will be able to gain the necessary routine in a paperless cockpit, which has already been established within the most leading airlines worldwide. Continuous innovations like this constantly confirms Cockpit4u as one of the most progressive and customer-oriented aviation training providers in the world.
TrainingNew EASA Part-FCL regulations
Type Rating / MCC training courses
Flying Training Organisations and Type Rating Training Organisations that have their principal place of business within the EASA States and are approved under JAR-FCL become Approved Training Organisations under Part ORA on 8th April 2013.
Training carried out in accordance with JAR-FCL before the implementation of Part-FCL will be credited for the issue of an EASA licence or rating after that date, but only until 8th April 2016.
Cockpit4u will become an Approved Training Organisation (ATO), all training courses starting after 8th of April 2013 will be credited for the issue of an EASA licence or rating after that date.
TRI/SFI coursesTraining carried out in accordance with EASA FCL.930:
- 25 hours teaching and learning
- 10 hours Technical Theoretical Knowledge Instruction
- 10 hours Flight Instruction (Full Flight Simulator)
- 02 hours Assessment of Competence (Full Flight Simulator)
Proficiency Checks for EASA license holder
Cockpit4u examiners are authorized by all major EASA member states to perform checks according to FCL.1015(c).
Renewal of CLASS AND TYPE RATINGS: Refresher Training
Paragraph (b)(1) of FCL.740 determines that if a class or type rating has lapsed, the applicant shall take refresher training at an ATO. The objective of the training is to reach the level of proficiency necessary to safely operate the relevant type or class of aircraft. The amount of refresher training needed should be determined on a case-by-case basis by the ATO.
Once the ATO has determined the needs of the applicant, it should develop an individual training programme that should be based on the initial training for the issue of the rating and focus on the aspects where the applicant has shown the greatest needs.
After successful completion of the training, the ATO should give a certificate, or other documental evidence that the training has been successfully achieved to the applicant, to be submitted to the competent authority when applying for the renewal.
- Expiry shorter than 3 months: no supplementary requirements;
- Expiry longer than 3 months but shorter than 1 year: a minimum of two training sessions;
- Expiry longer than 1 year but shorter than 3 years: a minimum of three training sessions;
- Expiry longer than 3 years: the applicant should again undergo the training required for the initial issue of the rating