Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) training is required for pilots operating a multi-crew certificated aircraft under CASA Part 61 Regulations. The MCC course of training is generic to conducting multi-crew operations and is not specific to a type of aircraft.
The CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Melbourne (CAE OAAM) MCC course content meets CASA requirements described in the Part 61 Manual of Standards – Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC).
At successful completion of the syllabus of training the student will receive a Part 61 Multi-Crew Cooperation completion certificate as evidence that training has been completed to the required standard.
This certificate may be presented to a flight examiner prior to undergoing an ATPL or MPL flight test, or prior to the applicant’s first multi-crew type rating flight test as proof of successful completion of MCC training.
A flight test is not required on completion of this course, however all applicants must demonstrate competency in specified elements and performance criteria to be awarded a certificate of completion.
Competency standards required by CASA for the successful completion of MCC training are described in the CASA Part 61 MOS, Schedules 1, 2 and 3.
The MCC course comprises both academic and practical training.
Academic lessons focus on aviation medicine, human information processing, human behaviour, flying and health, and CRM and TEM concepts and their application to operations in a multi crew environment.
Practical training will be conducted in a CRJ-200 Genjet FSTD certified to Level B standard.
The course footprint comprises:
2 weeks full-time
Applicants who require MCC training to qualify for an initial type rating on a multi-crew aeroplane must meet the following minimum prerequisites;
Applicants who are converting a foreign licence to a CASA licence and require MCC training must meet the following;
Applicants who are enrolled in an integrated ATPL course, or have completed ATPL studies may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning in relation to Unit 1.6.3 AHFC – ATPL Human Factors.
In order to be considered for RPL the applicant must produce evidence that he/she has scored a Pass in the CASA Aeronautical Exam Unit AHUF – ATPL Human Factors.
The next Multi-Crew Cooperation course is scheduled to commence on Monday 17th August 2015 and we are taking expressions of interest for the following months after.
Please note: All MCC courses are currently limited to 6 students, to allow for efficiency of course delivery and quality outcomes.
Reduced Price; $6050.00 inclusive of GST
A 10% deposit of $605.00 will be required to be paid to confirm a place on the course. All course fees will be required to be paid prior to course commencement.
If you meet the above eligibility criteria please submit an application via the CAE OAA web portal at this link - https://coaa.rtomanager.com.au/
Please ensure that you upload all required documentation to your application as listed below;
Once your application has been submitted, it will be reviewed and you will be contacted by a member of the Student Services team to discuss your enrolment.
If you require to contact a member of the Student Services team to discuss the course details further please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (03) 8587 3900.
CAE OAA may be able to offer student accommodation for the duration of the course, dependent on availability. If you would like to enquire about available accommodation please email Alison Cilliers (Facilities & Administration Manager) at email@example.com
For more information on the Multi Crew Cooperation course delivery under the Part 61 CASA Regulations please visit the link below;