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CFI Safety Seminar May 30, 2006 7-9 PM Hillsboro FSDO. Presented By. Mike Bamberg, CFI, MEI, II, G cfi_mike@theflightinstructor.net Ken Foote CFII kenfoote@kenfoote.com. BFR Requirements. One hour (or more) ground review of general operating and 14CFR91 rules. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • CFI Safety SeminarMay 30, 20067-9 PMHillsboro FSDO

  • Presented By

    Mike Bamberg, CFI, MEI, II, Gcfi_mike@theflightinstructor.net

    Ken Foote CFIIkenfoote@kenfoote.com

  • BFR Requirements

    One hour (or more) ground review of general operating and 14CFR91 rules.One hour (or more) flight review of maneuvers and procedures.If successful, CFI written logbook entry as shown in AC61.56ECFI should keep a written record of what was covered and results.

  • Unsuccessful ResultCandidate must understand and believe that the performance was sub-par.Candidate must understand and agree that standards articulated are reasonable and appropriate.Otherwise, candidate will find an easier CFI to get the BFR.

  • Scenario-Based Training (SBT)Training is more effective, ifIt is realistic and authenticEffective scenarios evaluateSituational awarenessSystems understandingDecision makingAircraft control

  • Creating a scenarioDetermine what skills will be evaluatedDefine where in a flight those skills are usedScript the scenario to create the proper situationDefine open-ended questions to stimulate thought and decision-making

  • Determine what skills will be evaluatedWhat is the pilots normal flight missionLocal, long x-country, $100 hamburgerWhat are the boundary skills to the flightCommon ones can be constantly evaluatedWhere does the pilot want to improve?Flight review is a training opportunityFlight review is NOT a testOther skill needs may appear during the review

  • Where are specific skills used in a flight?PreflightGround maneuvers and take-offClimb-out and enrouteNavigation and altitude selectionAlternates and weatherAirport approach and landingSecuring and debrief

  • Script the scenarioWhat will you simulated and howWhat will occur naturallyIs the order of events realisticWill the workload overload the pilotIs it safeHow will you introduce the event

  • Creating open-ended questionsThe answer should not be Yes/NoThere may not be a Right answerGood questions often begin withHowWhyWhatWhen

  • PracticeFlight review scenarioPilot does frequent, long xcPilot flies alone on most tripsVFR onlyOwner aircraft (you are familiar with the model and equipment)Destinations are major metropolitan areas

  • Skills to evaluateWeather and trip planningPassenger briefingEnroute weather analysisEffects of various system malfunctionsSelecting appropriate alternate airportsApproach and landings at non-towered airportsShort/rough field landing

  • Scenario creationDestination Boise, IdahoT-Storm build-up over eastern OregonIntroduced by statementElectrical system failure (simulated)Turn off various pieces of equipment as identified by pilot or declare them inopAsk various questions to determine that pilot understands the need for diversionEvaluate decision process for selecting airport

  • Typical questionsHow can we check the weather enroute?Have them demonstrate call to EFAS or monitoring HIWAS or perhaps XMDeclare t-storms built up across route of flightNow what are our choices?Why would you do that?

  • SummarySBT is a more effective training processIt can also be funFor the CFI it takes Preparation collect informationPlanning organize the scenarioPractice try it on every flight