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Unformatted text preview: CAAP 5.13 - 1 (0) Appendix 1 Private IFR Syllabus Page 1 of 106 INDEX TO UNITS OF COMPETENCY FOR PRIVATE IFR RATING AND FLIGHT PROCEDURE AUTHORISATION Page INTRODUCTION 6 DEFINITIONS 7 1. FLIGHT MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONAL AND FUEL PLANNING 10 Possess and use current operational documents Obtain meteorological and NOTAM pre flight briefing Plan flight Determine operational and fuel requirements Make flight notification 2. MANAGEMENT OF PRE AND POST FLIGHT ACTIONS 13 Determine aircraft certified and suitably equipped for IFR flight Conduct daily inspection Conduct pre flight serviceability test of flight and radio navigation aids Complete post flight actions 3. CONDUCT FLIGHT USING IFR PROCEDURES 16 Conduct visual departure to LSALT Conduct flight in IMC/simulated IMC at a safe height over a route distance of at least 100 nm which involves at least two radio navigation aids Conduct visual approach to the circuit at an aerodrome other than that of departure Use approved altimetry procedure Conduct diversion to an alternate Conduct holding procedures 4. COMPLY WITH AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL (ATC) AND AIRSPACE PROCEDURES 19 Obtain and comply with airspace clearances Maintain separation from other traffic Communicate using radio Use transponder 5. MANAGEMENT OF EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 22 Manage engine failure Manage radio communication and navigation aid or navigation system failure Manage electrical/vacuum system failure Manage instrument failure Manage hazardous weather conditions Demonstrate turbulence penetration technique Fly helicopter without hydraulic assistance Fly helicopter without stability augmentation 6. TASK MANAGEMENT 27 Prioritise tasks Use autopilot 7. CONDUCT OF INSTRUMENT FLIGHT USING FULL PANEL 29 Fly level climb and descend Accelerate and decelerate in level flight (helicopter only) Fly at low speed (helicopter only) Make level, climbing and descending turns and steep turns through at least 180 degrees onto nominated heading Recover from unusual attitudes CAAP 5.13 - 1 (0) Appendix 1 Private IFR Syllabus Page 2 of 106 8. CONDUCT OF INSTRUMENT FLIGHT USING LIMITED PANEL (WITHOUT 31 REFERENCE TO ATTITUDE INDICATOR OR DIRECTION INDICATOR) Fly level, climb and descend Make level, climbing and descending turns through at least 180 degrees onto nominated heading Recover from unusual attitudes 9. NAVIGATION USING NDB (NON DIRECTIONAL BEACON) 34 Tune identify, and monitor navigation aids Determine position in relation to navigation aids Intercept and maintain desired tracks to and from stations Make station passage 10. NAVIGATE USING VOR (VHF OMNI DIRECTIONAL RADIO RANGE) 36 Tune, identify and monitor navigation aids Determine position in relation to navigation aids Intercept and maintain desired tracks to and from stations Make station passage 11. NAVIGATE USING GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM) 38 Check GPS receiver operation Enter, retrieve, edit delete and activate flight plan and waypoints Determine position and other relevant navigation information from GPS...
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- Spring '11
- Aviation terminology, Instrument flight rules, Private IFR Syllabus