Provide training on Harvard II and Hawk 115 flight training devices to military student pilots, in accordance with the applicable of the Flying Training in Canada (NFTC) training plan and instructional techniques approved by the Canadian Forces.
The majority of flight instructors must also acquire specific expertise related to one of the many academic subjects related to the training of military pilots to prepare and present lectures in support of the NFTC training program.
Successful applicants will be expected to develop and maintain a comprehensive knowledge of the aircraft manuals, the Canadian Forces Approved Flight Manual (CFAFM for Harvard Aircraft) or the Aircraft Operating Instructions (IEA for Aircraft). Hawk), the applicable standard maneuvering manual, and lesson plans for the company pilot training.
In order to obtain a job, once he has completed the training, the candidate will have to pass a National Defense Standards Assessment, submitted by the Central Flight School, for the flight training device. concerned.
To obtain certification as an instructor, you must pass an evaluation submitted by the Central Flight School.
Examples of other tasks that may be the responsibility of the Ground Training System Instructor include:
Participate in the development, implementation and maintenance of multimedia learning systems, computerized training modules, tutorials and mission scenarios for flight training devices.
Research and prepare statements of need for future work to upgrade or improve the company program.
Review contractor quotes or statements of work to ensure they meet future needs.
Provide expert feedback in this area to any service within the company organization.
Provide expert feedback on this subject in other company training initiatives, nationally and internationally, and be ready to deploy the program for short periods of time. to support these activities.
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Experience as a Fixed Wing Military Aircraft Pilot
Experience as a military flight instructor
Experience with simulators and flight training devices
Robbery instructor, preferably with at least A2 level
Operational Experience with Military Quick Reactors
Official training and teaching techniques
Experience with authoring and editing multimedia tutorials
Verbal knowledge of French as a second language
Provide Simulator instruction on the Harvard II and/or Hawk 115 Flight Training Device (FTD) to military student pilots in accordance with the applicable NFTC Training Plan and Canadian Forces approved instructional techniques.
The majority of FTD instructors are also required to develop specific expertise in one of the many Academic subjects associated with Military Pilot Training in order to create and deliver academic lectures in support of the NFTC training program.
Successful applicants will be required to develop and maintain a comprehensive knowledge of aircraft manuals, Canadian Forces Approved Flight Manual (CFAFM for the Harvard) or Aircraft Operating Instructions (AOIs for the Hawk), applicable Standard Manoeuvre Manual and NFTC pilot training syllabi.
Upon completion of training, employment is predicated on successful completion of a Department of National Defence Standards Evaluation by 15 Wing Standards in the assigned FTD
Qualification as an Academic instructor also requires evaluation by 15 Wing Standards.Other GBTS Instructor duties may include:
Participate in the development, implementation and maintenance of multi-media learning systems, computer based training modules, academic course ware and FTD mission scenarios.
Research and prepare Statements of Requirement for future work to upgrade or enhance NFTC.
Review contractor submissions or Statements of Work to ensure they meet future requirements.Provide Subject Matter Expertise (SME) input to any department within the NFTC organization.
Provide SME input to other CMAT training initiatives, domestic and foreign, and be prepared to deploy for periods of short duration in support of these activities.
Previous Military fixed wing pilot experience.Previous Military flying instructional experience.Simulator or FTD experience.DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
Qualified Flying Instructor, preference given to A2 level and above.Military fast-jet operational experience.Formal training in Instructional Techniques.Experience with authoring and amending multi-media instructional course ware.Verbal French second language skills.
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