MCC Course – Multi Crew Cooperation Course

MCC (Multi Crew Cooperation) course, provides students with realistic training in operating a multi-pilot, multi-engine aircraft.
Duration

9 days

Theory

25hrs

Practice

20hrs

Next intake

24/10/22

Cost

2.200€

EASA MCC Course

The training emphasizes in the development of technical & non-technical skills, necessary when working in a multi-crew environment. The items to be covered during training are: optimum decision making, Communication, Leadership and Τeamworking. Additionally, diversion of tasks and use of Checklists, Situational Awareness, Mutual Supervision, Teamwork and Support will be covered. Finally, you will taught how to safely operate throughout all phases of flight under Normal, Abnormal and Emergency Conditions by using appropriate techniques of Workload Management, Problem-solving and Decision-making.

REQUIREMENTS

Entry requirements in MCC Course

Enrolling in the MCC course, requires the following entry criteria:

  1. Holder of Valid EASA CPL(A) with ATPL theory credit
  2. Holder of Valid Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (ME/IR)
  3. Holder of Current EASA Medical Class 1
  4. Holder of English Language Proficiency Certificate of minimum ICAO level 4

Please note that in case you miss some of the requirements, we can always help you to get there!

DESCRIPTION OF THE COURSE

What does the MCC Course include?

TAE Aviation Academy has developed an adequate training course complying with the EASA regulations.

The MCC course consists of 2 phases:

  1. Theoretical Knowledge Instruction of 25 hours
  2. Simulator Training of 20 hours on an approved FNPTII simulator
PRICING & PAYMENT

How much does the MCC cost?

The cost for the MCC Training Course is 2.200€ per pilot.

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

*This pricelist is valid until the end of 2022 year