Aviation Commercial Pilot Program Outcomes

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Aviation Flight Program Outcomes

1. The students will be able to demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems at the FAA commercially certificated and instrument rated pilot level
2. The students will be able to interpret regulatory and legal issues which impact the industry at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level
3. The student will be able to evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level
4. Students will be able to communicate clearly and effectively within a workplace context.
5. Students will be able to reason mathematically using methods appropriate to the profession.
6. Students will be able to demonstrate teamwork and/or workplace specific skills related to human relations.

AAS Commercial Pilot Degree Outcomes

1. The students will be able to demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems at the FAA commercially certificated and instrument rated pilot level
2. The students will be able to interpret regulatory and legal issues which impact the industry at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level
3. The student will be able to evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level
4. Students will be able to communicate clearly and effectively within a workplace context.
5. Students will be able to reason mathematically using methods appropriate to the profession.
6. Students will be able to demonstrate teamwork and/or workplace specific skills related to human relations.

Commercial Pilot Certificate Outcomes

1. The students will be able to demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems at the FAA commercially certificated and instrument rated pilot level
2. The students will be able to interpret regulatory and legal issues which impact the industry at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level
3. The student will be able to evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level
4. Students will be able to communicate clearly and effectively within a workplace context.
5. Students will be able to reason mathematically using methods appropriate to the profession.
6. Students will be able to demonstrate teamwork and/or workplace specific skills related to human relations.

Aircraft Solo Certificate Outcomes

1. Demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems
2. Evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills

Private Pilot License Certificate Outcomes

1. Demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems
2. Evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills

Commercial Pilot Certificate Outcomes

1. Demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems at the FAA certificated and rated commercial instrument pilot.
2. Interpret regulatory and legal compliance issues which impact the industry at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.
3. Evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.

Instrument Pilot Certificate Outcomes

1. Demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems at the FAA certificated and rated commercial instrument pilot.
2. Interpret regulatory and legal compliance issues which impact the industry at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.
3. Evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.

Flight Instructor (CFI) Certificate Outcomes

1. Demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems at the FAA certificated and rated commercial instrument pilot.
2. Interpret regulatory and legal compliance issues which impact the industry at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.
3. Evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.

Flight Instructor Instrument (CFII)

1. Demonstrate the technical aspects of aircraft control and operation of related systems at the FAA certificated and rated commercial instrument pilot.
2. Interpret regulatory and legal compliance issues which impact the industry at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.
3. Evaluate effective aeronautical decision making skills at the FAA commercially certificated pilot level.

Sea Plane Certificate Outcomes

1. Explain the proper pre-flight procedures and related aircraft systems of a single engine sea plane.
2. Demonstrate taxi, takeoffs, and landings under various water surface and wind conditions within the appropriate Airmen Certification Standards.
3. Demonstrate appropriate post flight procedures to include mooring, docking, anchoring, and ramping/beaching as required per the appropriate Airmen Certification Standards.

Multi-Engine Certificate Outcomes

1. Explain the proper pre-flight procedures, aerodynamics, systems and airport operations related to multi-engine land aircraft.
2. Correctly identify, troubleshoot, and secure a failed engine in all phases of flight as appropriate while maintaining positive aircraft control.
3. Demonstrate takeoffs and landings at the commercial certificated pilot level in a multi-engine aircraft.

Simulator Training Certificate Outcomes

1. Demonstrate proficiency of aircraft control by reference to instrumentation in the three primary phases of flight: departure, enroute, and approach.
2. Perform both normal and emergency operations and checklist while maintaining aircraft control by reference to instruments.
3. Prioritize aircraft control during high workload phases of flight while maintaining situational awareness with simulated Air Traffic Control (ATC).

Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI) Certificate Outcomes

1. Summarize and explain multi-engine systems and aerodynamics to include engine out aerodynamics and operations.
2. Verbally explain and teach while physically demonstrating each of the required flight maneuvers listed in the Private Pilot—Airplane Airmen Certification Standards and the Commercial Pilot—Airplane Airmen Certification Standards for multi-engine land aircraft
3. Assess and critique student performances on each of the required flight maneuvers listed in the Private Pilot—Airplane Airmen Certification Standards and the Commercial Pilot—Airplane Airmen Certification Standards for multi-engine land aircraft.

ATP Multi-Engine Certificate Outcomes

1. Interpret aircraft performance charts and established expected aircraft performance under normal and adverse conditions.
2. Explain aircraft systems and formulate the correct actions needed to identify and troubleshoot inoperative systems.
3. Demonstrate aircraft control by reference to instrumentation in all phases of flight: departure, enroute, and approach under normal and engine out conditions within the Airline Transport Pilot Practical Test Standards.

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