DHC8 – Q400 Type Rating Instructor Course (TRI)

The Initial DHC8 – Q400 Type Rating Instructor (TRI) Course, is designed to train you to the level of proficiency necessary, to enable you operate as TRI on DHC8 – Q400. The course is designed to give adequate training to the applicant in theoretical knowledge instruction; flight instruction and synthetic flight instruction in order to instruct for DHC8 – Q400 trainings.

2 weeks


35 hours


10 hours

Next intake

Upon Request

What are the entry requirements in the DHC8 – Q400 Type Rating Instructor Course (TRI) ?

In order to ensure consistent proficiency at the end of the course, certain qualifications are required for entry.

  1. Valid and Current CPL(A) or ATPL(A) on the applicable aircraft category
  2. Valid and Current EASA Medical
  3. Have completed 1500 hours flight time as a pilot on multi-pilot airplanes
  4. Have completed, within the 12 months preceding the date of application, 30 route sectors, including takeoffs and landings, as pilot in command or copilot on the applicable airplane type, of which 15 sectors may be completed in a FFS representing that type

What does the DHC8 – Q400 Type Rating Instructor Course (TRI) include?


The DHC8 – Q400 Initial TRI Course, comprises of 3 phases in total:

  1. Theoretical Knowledge Instruction of 35 hours in total. During this phase, you will attend the 25 hours Core Course – Teaching & Learning – as well as the Technical Training, which has a duration of 10 hours.
  2. The Simulator Training, comprises of 10 hours of Full Flight Simulator (FFS).
  3. At the end of your course, you will have to pass an Assessment of Competence (AoC) on DHC8 – Q400 FFS, by an Type Rating Examiner.

How much does the DHC8 – Q400 Type Rating Instructor Course (TRI) cost?

TAE Aviation Academy offers a training package which includes the planning, fees and administration of the course. More analytically:

  • Training Material
  • Theoretical Ground School
  • Simulator Training
  • TRI’s fees & expenses for both the Ground School and the Simulator training
  • TRE’s fees & expenses
  • Administration support and relevant certification issuance

The EASA Initial DHC8 – Q400 TRI Course cost depends on the location of the simulator training, as well as the number of participants. Please contact one of our experts to get more information on the pricing of the DHC8 – Q400 TRI Course.

Do you offer DHC8 – Q400 TRI Course, approved by DGCA or other ICAO CAAs?

TAE Aviation Academy S.A., offers tailored type rating solutions for individuals or Airline Companies. DGCA approved courses are also provided, as well as from other Civil Aviation Authorities worldwide. If you have any inquiry, our team of experts, would be glad to guide you accordingly.

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