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The flight path of the aircraft is monitored at all times. The basic role of the Captain is to provide LEADERSHIP and the basic role of the Copilot is to provide SUPPORT. When the Captain is PNF he must provide all duties that is required of a PNF as well as maintaining situational awareness and providing leadership. It is recommended during sessions 5 to 7 that the instructor plays a passive role, so as to allow the trainees to cultivate the above skills. This is to correctly identify problems.
As well as learning skills that are type-specific to the B767 emphasis is placed on CRM2. 1 FFS Lesson Plans Introduction B 767 Training Manual Crew co-ordination is an integral part of the two-men cockpit in both normal and non normal operations. It is imperative under all work load conditions both pilots work together as a team. The flight path of the aircraft is monitored at all times. The basic role of the Captain is to provide LEADERSHIP and the basic role of the Copilot is to provide SUPPORT.
0 t STAB TO 3 V2 = ASS. T. 0 t Vers. 0 t STAB TO 3 V2 = ASS. T. 1 OBJECTIVES Loft component • Instrument failures • Loss of thrust both engines • Revision of rapid decompression & emergency descent • Asymmetric flight • Rejected take off Manipulation component • Introduction to Go-Arounds ! One & Two engines ! 0 t Vers. 0 t STAB TO V2 = ASS. T. 11 NOTES FOR INSTRUCTORS • Some repositioning/snapshots maybe required during the Co-pilot sector so as to allow 1 hour for go arounds. 1 OBJECTIVES Loft component • High speed rejected take off • Max weight take off • ADC malfunctions • Advanced asymmetric • Circling approach • Landing gear malfunctions Manipulation component • Windshear • Cdr.