Title:

Conduct A Pilot Proficiency Check For A 14 CFR Part 121 Operator

Number:

3.1.63

Validation Date: 6/16/05

Approval Date: 7/25/05

Comments:

Not operator specific.

Job Task Sponsor:

AFS-200

Job Series:

1825 Aviation Safety Inspector (Air Carrier Operations)

Function:

3.0 Certification

Duty:

3.1 Airman Certification

Rating and Ranking

Difficulty:

Moderate

Importance:

Critical

Time to Accomplish:

4 Hours

Specialty

Frequency

OPS

On Demand

CSI

Not Applicable

DSI

Not Applicable

Course Numbers

21607

21632

 

 

 

PTRS Activity Codes

SAI

EPI

1541

1542

1543

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Regulatory Requirements

14 CFR Part 121.441

14 CFR Part 121, Appendix F

SFAR-58, AQP

Certificate Holders Operations Specifications

 

Forms

FAA Form 8000-36 PTRS Transmittal Form

 

Job Aids

FAA Order 8400.10, Vol. 3, Chapter 2, Section 7, Figure 3.2.7.1

 

Other Guidance

FAA Order 8400.10    Air Transportation Operations Inspectors Handbook

HBAT 93-02 Operations Inspector Currency Requirements

HBAT 95-13 Seat Dependent Task Training

HBAT 98-19 Air Carrier Pilot Certification Checks

HBAT 98-22 Stabilized Approaches

HBAT 99-13 Use Of Approved Advanced Pictorial Means For Preflight Inspection Training And Checking For Pilots

HBAT 04-04 Incorporating Standard Operating Procedures During Taxi Operations In Training Programs, The Use Of SOPs During Taxi Operations, And Special Emphasis Inspection Items For Runway Incursion Surveillance

FSAT 95-16       Flight Crew Training And Qualification For One-Engine Inoperative Ferry Flights

Certificate Holders Training Program

NOTE: Ensure you are using the most current information. The Flight Standards Information Management System (FSIMS) may be used to obtain current guidance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TASK DESCRIPTION:

Conduct a pilot proficiency check.

 

SUBTASK 1:

 

Evaluate the Certificate Holders request.

 

ELEMENT 1.1:

 

Review FAA guidance on proficiency checks.

Objective / Skill:

Performance:

Review FAA policy on proficiency checks.

Conditions:

FAA guidance material.

Standards:

IAW Certificate Holders approved training program.

Knowledge:

     Understand the Guidance and Policy contained in FAA Order 8400.10;

-         Vol. 3, Chapter 2, Section 7

-         Vol. 3, Chapter 15, Section 4

ELEMENT 1.2:

 

Review Certificate Holders operating procedures and approved training program.

Objective / Skill:

Performance:

Review Certificate Holders proficiency check policies.

Conditions:

Certificate Holders manuals.

Standards:

IAW Certificate Holders approved training program.

Knowledge:

     Understand the Operational Guidance and Policies contained in the Certificate Holders training program.

     Be familiar with any special regulatory requirements affecting the operator, such as special conditions contained in the operating specifications and exemptions.

     Understand the Operators and FAAs Guidance and Policy regarding proficiency checks.

     Understand the Certificate Holders training program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUBTASK 2:

 

Conduct proficiency check.

 

Objective / Skill:

Performance:

Conduct a proficiency check IAW Certificate Holders procedures.

Conditions:

Aircraft or simulator.

Standards:

IAW Certificate Holders training program.

Knowledge:

     Understand the Operational Guidance and Policies contained in the Certificate Holders training program.

     Be familiar with any special regulatory requirements affecting the operator, such as special conditions contained in the operating specifications and exemptions.

     Understand the Operators and FAAs Guidance and Policy regarding proficiency checks.

 

SUBTASK 3:

 

Document and debrief the evaluation.

Objective / Skill:

Performance:

Debrief airman and report results of the evaluation to the Principal Operations Inspector (POI).

Conditions:

Documentation of the evaluation.

Standards:

IAW FAA Order 8400.10, Vol. 3, Chapter 2, Section 7.

Knowledge:

     Understand the Guidance and Policy contained in FAA Order 8400.10 Vol. 3, Chapter 2, Section 7.