Simcom Aviation Training
SIMCOM Aviation Training provides professional simulator training for a wide range of piston engine, turboprop, and business jet aircraft in our simulators.
6989 Lee Vista Blvd.
Orlando
Florida
32822
United States

Turboprop Multi-Engine Instrument Refresher

2-Day Turboprop Aviation Training

Intended for instrument rated pilots who operate turbine-powered, multi-engine aircraft, this two day course is comprised of four hours of classroom and six hours of simulator instruction.  Classroom study details multi-engine operating procedure and performance characteristics as well as IFR regulations and procedures.  Simulator training consists of the practical application of one engine inoperative operations and in-flight IFR procedures and techniques.  Simulators used for this training represent either the King Air 90/200/300, Piper Cheyenne, Conquest I/II, Twin Commander or MU-2.  Offered at Orlando, Florida and Scottsdale, Arizona training center locations.    

Orlando Lee Vista or Scottsdale Training Centers
Day
Classroom
Simulator (Brief and De-Brief)
1A
Introduction

Turbine Multi-engine Operations
• Systems Operation
  a. Preflight Checklist Use
  b. Runup VFR Departure:
  c. Normal • Power Control &
     Settings
  d. Emergency • Configuration
     Changes
• Checklist Use • Steep Turns/
  Stall Series
  a. Normal Engine Shutdown/
     Airstart
  b. Emergency

Training Device Introduction
- Cockpit Familiarization
- T/D Avionics Operation

Checklist Use VFR Departure:
- Power Control & Settings
- Configuration Changes
- Steep Turns/Stall Series

Engine Shutdown/Airstart
VFR Arrival:
- Normal/Engine-out

     
1B
Instrument Procedures (radar & non-radar)
- Departure Planning & SIDs
- Enroute
- Arrival Planning & STARs
- ILS / VOR / NDB Approaches
  With Variations
IFR Departure:
- IFR Basics Review
- Partial Panel
- Unusual Attitudes

IFR Approaches

     
2A
Performance Charts
  a. Normal
  b. Emergency

Weather
  a. Aircraft Systems
  b. Flight Planning
  c. Avoidance

IFR Departure:
Engine Failures
- En route
- Approach
- Landing
- Take-off (multiple)

Engine-out IFR Approach

     
2B
Practical FAR's
IFR Departure:
- ILS (Wx at Minimums)
- Equipment Failures
- Missed Approach Procedure

Use of Autopilot While in IMC Engine Failures - Multiple IP Options


Training Time Allocation
 
 
Per Day
Total
Classroom
2.0
4.0
Simulator
3.0
*6.0
Brief/Debrief
1.0
2.0
 
 
6.0
12.0
*If paired with another student, an additional 6.0 hours of right seat simulator observation time may be available.