Multi-crew Co-operation (MCC) training assists pilots to work together in a cockpit to achieve goals in a safe and effective manner. It also provides guidance on how to develop a set of multi-crew procedures applicable to the operation in question.
Henley Air’s course material is developed and presented in conjunction with a Professor of Behavioural Psychology and is customised to multi-crew operations in a helicopter-specific environment. The course includes theoretical instruction and simulated flight time in our MCC-approved flight simulator, and can be adjusted to suit any operation.
Everything you need to know about our Multi-Crew Co-Operation Training
What you will learn
The objectives of MCC training are to improve and standardize: •Optimum decision making •Communication •Division of tasks •Use of checklist •Teamwork and support (normal and emergency conditions •Human Factors •QRH (quick reference handbook) •Profile flying as per manufacturer •Mutual supervision
Description of our Multi-Crew Co-operation Training
Looking to enhance your skills in a multi-crew working environment? Want to obtain your multi-engine helicopter rating at the same time? Join us to qualify for both. Our MCC training program focuses on developing non-technical skills that are crucial for working effectively in a multi-crew environment. Whether you're the pilot-in-command (PIC) or the co-pilot, this training ensures that both individuals can operate seamlessly together. MCC training is a mandatory requirement for piloting an aircraft in a multi-crew operation. It plays an essential role in obtaining a multi-crew pilot license and an ATPL(H) certification. Even holders of a private pilot license helicopter (PPL(H)) or commercial pilot license helicopter (CPL(H)) must complete MCC training to be authorized for multi-crew operations. This training guarantees that they are competent in fulfilling their respective duties as a PIC or co-pilot, whether they're actively flying or monitoring the aircraft.
The South African minimum requirements for Multi-Crew Co-operation Training
•18 Years or older •PPL(H) or CPL(H) or ATPL(H) •Multi-Engine Rating, or obtain your MER while doing the MCC with us •Fluent in English (Speak, read, write, and understand) and pass the English Proficiency Examination •A Class I or II Aviation Medical. oWe will assist you with booking your Aviation Medical appointment.
Ground School Subjects: approx. 8hours
•Course introduction •Cultural awareness •Team building and the Supportive environment •Communication •Attitudes and Management styles •Judgment and Decision management •Error reduction management •Fatigue •Workload management •Stress Management •State of the flight deck •Automation •Multi-crew operation •Case study/workgroup •Relation between the CRM •Course evaluation
Our Preferred Helicopters for your Multi-Crew Co-operation Training
Multi-crew does not necessarily mean multi-engine, but normally one would find a multi-crew in a multi-engine helicopter environment. Our preferred method of training for this course is our unique Bell 222 simulator. If you seek a Multi-Engine Helicopter Class rating, further training will be required on an actual multi-engine helicopter. We prefer the Bell 222 helicopter.
Pass Requirements for our Multi-Crew Co-operation Training
There are no examinations required for this type of training.
Flight Hours: 10 hours
•7-hours Bell222 simulator training •3-hours Bell222 multi-engine for those individuals that do not possess a multi-engine helicopter rating yet.