Is there a method for recording exercises not completed during a training detail?
Is there a robust method of ensuring that exercises not completed in one detail
are taught in a subsequent detail?
Was the LST form completed correctly?
Was the TRI/TRE who signed the LST form suitably qualified?
Do the individual training records support the details entered in the Course
Completion Certificate with respect to training time?
Do the details recorded in trainees’ and instructors’ logbooks (if available), aircraft technical records and FSTD usage logs (where appropriate) support entries in the training records?
Are logbooks (where available) correctly completed?
Is there a method of recording personal information (expiry dates of medical certificates, ratings, etc.) of TRTO personnel?
Are details of phase examination results included in the training records?
o) Was the theoretical knowledge lesson adequately prepared?
Was the theoretical knowledge lesson presented to an adequate standard?
Was the lesson content complete and pertinent?
Was there sufficient class involvement?
Was the theoretical knowledge instructor suitably qualified and experienced?
Was an adequate briefing given prior to the synthetic training / flight detail?
Was synthetic / flight training given to an adequate standard?
Was the lesson plan detailed in the TRTO Training Manual adhered to?
Were any exercises not completed and, if so, were they properly recorded?
Was sufficient emphasis placed on MCC elements of the detail (where appropriate)?
Do the notes and other publications available to trainees cover the syllabus adequately?
Where CBT is used, is the program in use approved by DGCA
Can all of the examination questions be answered using the course material supplied?
Are all visual aids (OHP, power-point slides, photographs, etc.) of adequate quality and up-to-date?
Are suitable cutaway models and components available where appropriate?
Are relevant cockpit photographs available in the classroom used for theoretical knowledge instruction?