MCC - MULTI CREW COOPERATION
The Multi Crew Cooperation training course is designed to train pilots to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes required to perform tasks in a multi crew cockpit environment.
The MCC training is comprised of a theoretical and practical part.
It is a requirement to start a type rating course but will be the cornerstone for your future career and is required by all airlines in their recruitment process.
At Open Climb Aviation, you will have the choice to perform the practical part of the MCC in a real Airbus A320 or Boeing B737 Full Flight Simulator (FFS) Level D.
25 Hours / 3 Days
You will be introduced to the following concepts:
Cockpit Ressource Management
Threat Error Management
Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
20 Hours / 5 Days
Perform on Airbus A320 or Boeing B737 Simulator Level D
5 simulator sessions of 4 hours
10 hours Pilot Flying (PF) and 10 hours Pilot Monitoring (PM)
3 hours of briefing/debriefing per session
Requirements to Start your MCC Course
To enrol in the Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) 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 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.