TRI(A) – SFI(A)

The TRI (A) / SFI (A) Training is a carefully designed course aiming to qualify the applicants to conduct the the Type Rating Training on a variety of Airplane Types. The TRI (A) / SFI (A) course provides the applicants with the highest levels of teaching and training techniques in the the theoretical, flight and simulator instruction,  while developing their safety awareness throughout by teaching the relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes of a TRI and at the same time emphasizing the role of the individual in relation to the importance of human factors in the man – machine environment and the role of the Crew Resource Management (CRM). The TRI (A) / SFI (A) also develops the applicants’ ability to comprehensively assess and check his trainees in the areas of progress checking and skills testing.


TRI (A) Course Entry Requirements

In order to en-roll to the TRI (A) Course the applicant should:
  • be at least 18 years old
  • hold a CPL, MPL or ATPL with the rating for which instruction is to be given
  • have 1500 hours of flight experience on multi – pilot aircraft
  • have completed within 12 months prior to enrolling to the course, 30 route sectors, including takeoffs and landings as PIC or co – pilot on the applicable airplane type out of which 15 sectors may be completed in a Full Flight Simulator representing that type
  • passed an assessment of competency for the relevant category of instructor on the type of aircraft flight instruction is to be given and be able to act as a PIC during such flight instruction

SFI (A) Course Entry Requirements

In order to en-roll to the SFI (A) Course the applicant should:
  • be at least 18 years old
  • hold or have held a CPL, MPL or ATPL with the rating for which instruction is to be given and have completed a License Proficiency Check on the specific aircraft type within 12 months prior to enrolling to the course
  • have 1500 hours of flight experience on multi – pilot aircraft
  • have completed within 12 months prior to enrolling to the course, 3 route sectors or 2 line – orientated flight training – based simulator sessions on the applicable aircraft type
  • passed an assessment of competency for the relevant category of instructor on the type of aircraft flight instruction is to be given and be able to act as a PIC during such flight instruction

TRI(A) – SFI(A) Training Course Structure

Theoretical Training
  • Teaching and Learning 3 days classroom tuition
  • Technical Instruction 2 days classroom tuition

Simulator Training
  • 10 hours training
  • Assessment of Competence


Related Subjects

Initial Training Courses

Crew Resource Management

TRE (A)-SFE(A)