as to ensure that trainees shall be able to apply to flying exercises the knowledge gained on the ground. Arrangements should be made so that problems encountered in instruction can be resolved during subsequent flight training.
Flight training for type rating for multi-pilot aeroplanes operated with a flight crew including a F/E shall be conducted with a flight crew of three.. The type rating course of a flight engineer shall be conducted by a flight engineer instructor.
13.1. TRAINING AEROPLANES / HELICOPTERS
Each aeroplane/helicopter used for training must be equipped as required in the training specifications concerning the approved course in which it is used.
13.2 REQUIREMENTS FOR ENTRY TO TRAINING
The TRTOs shall be responsible for ensuring that trainees meet at least the pre-requisite conditions for type rating training.
TRAINING MANUAL AND OPERATIONS MANUAL
A TRTO shall provide and maintain a TRTO Training Manual and an Operations Manual containing information and instructions to enable staff to perform their duties and to give guidance to trainees on how to comply with course requirements. A TRTO shall make available to staff and, where appropriate, to trainees the information contained in the Training Manual, the Operations Manual and the TRTO's approval documentation. The amendment procedure shall be stated and amendments properly controlled.
The Training Manual shall state the standards, objectives and training goal for each phase of training that the trainees are required to comply with, including stating the entry requirements for each course, as applicable.
The Operations Manual shall provide relevant information to particular groups of staff, e.g. TRI (E),synthetic flight instructors, ground instructors, operations and maintenance staff, etc.
It will be necessary to amend Parts of your Flight Operations Manual to include all of the elements of this CAR in the operations and training manuals required by a TRTO
TRTO type rating course syllabuses shall be approved by DGCA (FID).