JOC Training – Jet Orientation Course

The aim of JOC training is to prepare the pilots for the transition from a Single Pilot Operation to Multi Crew Flight Deck Operation. 

Duration

4 weeks

Theory

6hrs

Practice

12hrs

Next intake

24/10/22

Cost

1.950€

What is the JOC training?

TAE’s JOC (Jet Orientation Course) training, provides students with realistic training in operating a multi-pilot, multi-engine aircraft. The training emphasizes in the development of technical & non-technical skills, necessary when working in a multi-crew environment. 

REQUIREMENTS

What are the entry requirements for Jet Orientation Course

  1. Hold Valid EASA CPL(A) with ATPL theory credit
  2. Hold a valid Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (ME/IR)
    Hold a valid EASA Medical Class 1
  3. Have proof of English Knowledge or ICAO level 4 prior to start of training. Find out more
DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE

What does the Jet Orientation Course include?

JOC training is focused on developing instrument flight skills, as well as the skills necessary to operate as an effective team leader. CRM and TEM skills are integrated in the simulator part of the training. The JOC course consists of 2 phases:
  1. Theoretical Knowledge Instruction of 6 hours
  2. Training of 12 hours in TAE’s approved in-house A320 Flight Training Device 
PRICING & PAYMENT

How much does the JOC cost?

The cost for Jet Orientation Training Course is 1.950€ per pilot.

What is included in this price?
  • Ground school
  • Simulator fees
  • Instructor’s expenses
  • Briefing before and after simulator training
  • Administration fee

* This price-list is valid until the end of 2022 year.

LOCATION

Where is the JOC training
performed?

The JOC training is conducted in TAE’s in-house training device A320 series. This training device is specially approved for the JOC training and we are more than sure you will have unforgettable experience! Ready to board?

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