JET ORIENTATION COURSE - JOC
The Jet Orientation Course (JOC) has been designed as a complement to the MCC training course to give you the specific basic knowledge and skills to handle jet and swat wing aircrafts.
The JOC has become a requirement for most of the major airline to join the recruitment process but has also the advantage to give you more confidence for a simulator assessment.
To give you the best experience we designed our JOC training to be completed either on the Airbus A320 or the Boeing B737 Level D Full Flight Simulator (FFS).
8 Hours / 1 Day
You will be introduced to the following concepts:
Flying a jet airplane
The specificities of handling a swept wing aircraft
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
8 Hours / 2 Days
Perform on Airbus A320 or Boeing B737 Simulator Level D
2 simulator sessions of 4 hours
4 hours Pilot Flying (PF) and 4 hours Pilot Monitoring (PM)
3 hours of briefing/debriefing per session
Requirements to Start your JOC Course
To enrol in the Jet Orientation Course (JOC) course, you must have:
Hold a valid PPL or CPL
Hold a valid Multi Engine Instrument Rating (IRME)
Hold a valid ATPL(A) Theoretical knowledge exam
Have completed an MCC Course
Have a minimum of Level 4 in English proficiency
Combined MCC/JOC Training Courses
Be ready to apply for airline jobs.
Most airline now requires you to have completed a Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) Course but also a Jet Orientation Course JOC).
Further to possible requirements of an airline, taking the MCC and the JOC course will give you more confidence for a simulator assessment during the recruitment process.