CQ PROGRAM 2017


Updated 01/01/17

URGENT: PLEASE SEND CQ SIM INTEL ASAP!

 I really need your input on the SPOTS, LOFT, and non-normal events that occurred during your ride so I can construct a new matrix of the scenario events. Please send me a summary of your experiences in the simulator to: busdriver@hky.com

Note: There will no longer be any SPV 100 questions ... they are history!
The Memory Items and Limitations are now included in the Simulator Callouts / Approach Briefing Guide.

Click here for Line Pilot CQT Simulator Comments

 

The new A320 Training Guide for Continuing Qualification is available on your company iPad. It is important you review the CQ Guide in its entirety.

The R9 consists of:
1. One day of classroom training
2. One day of recurrent simulator training (RTS)
3. One day for the RLE, which has a one leg city pair evaluation, and Recurrent Advanced Training (RAD)

Nine months later, pilots will return for the R18 that involves:
1. One day of classroom training
2. One day of recurrent simulator training (RTS)
3. One day for the Maneuvers-based evaluation (RVA) and RAD
 

 
RECOMMENDED STUDY RESOURCES
Simulator Callouts / Approach Briefing Guide
Captain AB 320 Flows Guide
F/O AB 320 Flows Guide


It is mandatory you review all Recurrent Training Briefings on aapilots.com:
Click: Fleets -> A319/320/321 -> Airbus Recurrent Training Information, then download these files:
- A320 Training Guide - Continuing Qualification
- A320 R18 Brief
- A320 RTS Brief
- EO SID Brief
- RNAV(RNP) Brief
- A320 RGS Depressurization Routes

A320 OM Volumes I and II
Exterior Preflight
Aircraft Systems
FM
Flows
Limitations - OM1 Chapter 1
Memory Items - QRH page V: Undue Activation of Alpha Protection
Review QRH procedures and OD pages

Review RNAV (RNP) SAAAR, ECAM Trainer, and Video modules: Wings -> LearningLink -> Reference Material -> Aircraft
Appropriate SIDs, STARs, Airport Advisory Pages, 10-7 Pages, and Approach Plates (iPad JeppFD)
  
 
GROUND TRAINING (DAY 1)
Aircraft Systems
Flight Manual
Human Factors
Security (Day 2)
 
RTS - RECURRENT TRAINING SIMULATOR DAY 2
The Recurrent Training Simulator (RTS) is a maneuver based session during both the R9 and R18 recurrent training periods. The RTS briefing period is intended to review the profiles and procedures necessary to successfully complete an RLE or RVA (see below). The RTS for both the R9 and R18 are identical and interchangeable. These required maneuvers include the same First Look, Mandatory, and Fleet Specific Variable required maneuvers for the current training cycle. Performance must be to the Qual Standards proficiency before you will continue on to the R9 or R18. During the RTS, each pilot will fly all First Look and RTS Fixed Maneuvers applicable to duty position as Pilot Flying. First Look Maneuvers will not be briefed prior to the pilot’s first attempt in the simulator. The CAT III approach and landing maneuvers required for recertification (Landing and Missed Approach from lowest approach authorized) will be demonstrated during the RTS period. This session originates and terminates at Newark (KEWR). Training emphasis is on normal and non-normal procedures.

RTS Briefing Items:
- RNAV (RNP) Approaches
- Engine Failure during Critical Phase
- CAT III Approaches
- Non-ILS Approach Review
- SOPs

RTS SUMMARY
SPOT PF MANEUVERS REFERENCE
1 CA Low Visibility Takeoff, KEWR CAT III ILS 22L Approach, Go Around, Autoland
* KEWR 11-4A plate
* OM1 2d.2: Low vis TO
* OM1 2f: ILS CAT II/III
* OM1 2g: Go Around
* QRH OD-4 Takeoff Alternate / Minimums
* QRH OD-6 thru 9 Approach Minimums / CAT II/III
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Takeoff, ILS CAT II/III, Go-Around
2 FO Takeoff, KEWR VOR 11 Approach, Missed Approach, Landing
* KEWR 13-1 plate
* OM1 2i.5: TCAS Warnings
* OM1 2f.9: Non-ILS Procedures
* OM1 2g: Go Around
* QRH OD-13, VOR/NDB Approaches
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Takeoff, Managed Non-ILS Approach
3 CA Low Visibility Takeoff. ELEC GEN FAULT, Holding, KEWR RNAV(RNP) Z 29 Approach, Missed Approach from RF Leg
* KEWR 12-23
* OM1 2d.2: Low vis TO
* OM1 2i.5: TCAS Warnings
* OM1 2f.9.8 Managed Non-ILS Approaches
* OM1 2i.1 Holding
* OM1 2g: Go Around
* QRH OD-10 thru 12 RNAV Approaches
* ELEC ECAM/Supplemental Manual
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Takeoff, TCAS, Managed Non-ILS Approach
4 FO KEWR RNAV (RNP) 29 Approach, Landing * KEWR 12-2X Plate
* OM1 2f.9.8 Managed Non-ILS Approaches
* QRH OD-10 thru 12 RNAV Approaches
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Managed Non-ILS Approach
5 CA Takeoff, KEWR LOC 22L Approach, Landing * KEWR 11-4 Plate
* OM1 2f.9.9 Non-Managed Non-ILS Approaches
* OM1 2g.14 Crosswind Landing
* QRH OD-14 Non-Managed Non-ILS Approaches
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Takeoff, Managed Non-ILS Approach
6 FO Engine Failure With Fire Between V1 and V2, Single Engine KEWR CAT I ILS 22L Approach, Landing * KEWR 11-4 plate
* OM1 2d.8: Loss of Thrust At or Above V1
* OM1 2f.4.4: Engine-Out Procedures
* OM1 2f.4 ILS CAT I
* OM1 2.9.5: Automation Levels
* ECAM Trainer
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Loss of Thrust; CAT I ILS
7 CA Engine Failure With Fire During Second Segment Climb, Single Engine KEWR CAT I ILS 22L Approach, Landing
* KEWR 11-4 plate
* OM1 2d.8: Loss of Thrust At or Above V1
* OM1 2f.4.4: Engine-Out Procedures
* OM1 2f.4 ILS CAT I
* OM1 2.9.5: Automation Levels
* ECAM Trainer
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Loss of Thrust; CAT I ILS
8 BOTH EITHER - Unable To Maintain Altitude - Loss of Engine Thrust / Single Engine Drift Down,
BOTH - Upset Recovery Maneuver
* OM1 2i.7 Unusual Attitudes
* QRH - Immediate Action, then page 36
9 BOTH ILS Approach Automation LVL 2, Rejected Landing Due to Loss of Visibility. CA Landing * OM1 2.9.5: Automation Levels
* OM1 2f.4 CAT I ILS
* OM1 2g: Go Around
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Takeoff, ILS CAT I, Go-Around
10 CREW Rejected Takeoff and Evacuation * OM1 2d.6: Rejected Takeoff
* OM1 9.3.4 Evacuation
* QRH Back, 35: - Evacuation
* Simulator Callouts Guide: Rejected Takeoff
RECURRENT LOE (RLE) AND RAD
The R18 Recurrent Domestic LOE (RLE) and the Advanced Training (RAD) sessions will be conducted concurrently in the same 4-hour simulator session during the R18 training period. The RLE will immediately precede the RAD. The briefing will include a systems validation and aircraft inspection (walk around) check. The system validation should include at least; all memory items, walkaround slides (random sampling), and as many other items as necessary to determine proficiency.

R18 Recurrent Maneuvers Validation (RVA) and the Advanced Training (RAD) sessions will be conducted concurrently in the same 4 hour simulator session during the R18 training period. The RVA will immediately precede the RAD. The RVA is a maneuvers based event. It is not intended to replicate line operations and does not require scenario based training.

Mandatory Maneuvers:
- Engine Failure Critical Phase (between V1 and V2, During second segment climb or during missed approach):
- Minimum 1 as PF, 1 as PM
- Engine out Approach (hand flown): 1 per pilot as PF
- Engine out Landing or Missed Approach: 1 per pilot
- CAT I Approach: Must be different between pilots, 1 per pilot as PF, 1 hand flown, 1 per crew to landing
- CAT II or III Approach to landing or missed approach: Minimum 1 per crew
- Go Around: 1 per pilot as PF
- Visual Landing: 1 per pilot (as PF, not autoland)

RECURRENT LOE (RLE) AND RAD DAY 3

Leg one: BOS - DCA, or;
Leg two: DCA - BOS

R18 RECURRENT MANEUVERS VALIDATION (RVA)
PF MANEUVERS REFERENCE
R9 and R18 RAD SUMMARY
SPOT MANEUVERS REFERENCE
1 Windshear/Microburst (CA Reactive on Takeoff, FO Predictive on Approach) KLGA 04 * OM1 2i.3 Windshear Precautions and Recovery
2 Takeoff, Visual Approach Automation LVL 1, Landing  
3 Clean Stall and Approach Stall RWY 04 KLGA * OM! 2i.6 Stalls
4 TEM - RNAV (RNP) X RWY 20 with an Approach VIA, Missed Approach, Engine Failure, Engine Out Missed Approach  
 


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