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ORDER OF THE MINISTER OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN

of September 28, 2013 No. 764

About approval of Standard programs of professional training of the aeronautical personnel participating in safety-of-life function

(as amended on 31-07-2019)

According to the subitem 15) Item 1) article 14 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of April 15, 2013 "About use of airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan and activities of aircraft" PRIKAZYVAYU:

1. Approve the enclosed Standard programs of professional training of the aeronautical personnel participating in safety-of-life function.

2. To committee of civil aviation of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan (Seydakhmetov B. K.) provide:

1) in the procedure established by the legislation state registration of this order in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan;

2) after its state registration in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan, official publication in mass media, including Internet resource of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan and placement it on the intranet portal of state bodies;

3) submission to Legal department of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan of data on state registration and about the direction on publication in mass media within 5 working days after state registration of this order in the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

3. To impose control of execution of this order on the vice-minister of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan Bekturov A. G.

4. This order becomes effective after ten calendar days after day of its first official publication.

Minister

A. Zhumagaliyev

Approved by the Order of the Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan of September 28, 2013 No. 764

Standard programs of professional training of the aeronautical personnel participating in safety-of-life function

Chapter 1. General provisions

1. These Standard programs of professional training of the aeronautical personnel participating in safety-of-life function (further - Standard programs), are developed according to the subitem 15) of Item 1 of article 14 of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan of July 15, 2010 "About use of airspace and activities of aircraft in the Republic of Kazakhstan" (further - the Law).

2. These Standard programs are installed by the principles, procedure for realization, the organization of stages, the minimum amounts of content of programs and other criteria when implementing professional training of aeronautical personnel, heads of civil aviation organizations, and also other employee categories (specialists) of civil aviation.

3. In these Standard programs standards and recommended practice of International Civil Aviation Organization (further - ICAO), the European aviation rules, rules of the World Meteorological Organization are applied (further - VMO).

4. In these Standard programs the following terms and determinations are used:

1) the damage control equipment - the equipment which is installed or is onboard the air vehicle (further - AF), for use in emergency and emergency situations which require immediate taking measures for the purpose of safety-of-life function and the preserving life of all which is on board (supply of oxygen in passenger cab, the axe, the fire extinguisher, smoke-proof oxygen hood, the mechanical instrument of disconnection, emergency escape ladder);

2) emergency procedures - the procedures established by the operator in management on production of flights and applied in emergency and emergency situations. The situation which is not typical or standard is called supernumerary, conducts to variations and can lead to emergency situation;

3) aviation training center (further - AUTs) - the legal entity performing professional training of aeronautical personnel;

4) aeronautical personnel - the physical persons having special and/or professional training, and performing activities:

on flight execution of the air vehicle (flight and cabin crew, employee (specialist) in ensuring flights / flight dispatcher);

on maintenance of AF, having the certificate of the maintenance worker of air vehicles (further - THAT AF);

on maintenance of the AF components for which requirements for possession of the certificate of the specialist on THAT AF does not exist;

on air traffic maintenance (dispatching personnel on the organization and air traffic maintenance, operators of aviation stations, the specialist);

on providing with aeronautical information (the specialist of aeronautical information service, the specialist in the field of designing of air space / flight procedures and cartography, the specialist);

on land flight servicing of helicopters on helipads (helidromes) located on sea installations (personnel, the specialist);

on safety management of flights (personnel);

on search and rescue (personnel, the specialist);

on radio engineering flight servicing and aviation telecommunication (the specialist, engineering personnel on operation of the radio-radar equipment and telecommunication);

on the organization of meteorological flight servicing (the aviation meteorologist forecaster, the aviation meteorologist observer and/or the technician-meteorologist, engineering personnel on maintenance of the meteorological equipment);

on electrolighting flight servicing (the specialist, engineering personnel on servicing/operation of the electrolighting equipment of the airports and airfields);

on management of industry of civil aviation of the companies and aviation training centers;

on airfield flight servicing at the airports (engineering personnel, the specialist);

on ornithological flight servicing (specialist);

on providing with aviation fuels and lubricants (further - avia of fuel and lubricants) (managing personnel, engineering structure);

on abnormally - to rescue flight servicing at the airports (managing personnel);

5) aerostat - the lighter-than-air air vehicle which is not set in motion by the engine;

Note: within these Standard programs this determination belongs to free aerostats.

6) aircraft electronic equipment - the term designating any electronic device including its electric part, held for use onboard the air vehicle, including the radio equipment, auto flight system and the instrumentation;

7) the helicopter - the air vehicle is heavier than air which is supported in flight generally due to reactions of air with one or several rotors rotated by the engine around the axes which are approximately in vertical position;

8) type of AF - classification of AF on the basis of the established basic performance:

airplane;

glider;

helicopter;

free aerostat;

airship;

air vehicle of extralight aircraft (power glider, autogyro);

the air vehicle with system of increase in lifting force.

9) the air vehicle - any device supported in the atmosphere due to its interaction with air excepting interaction with the air reflected from earth's (water) surface; the air vehicle which operation requires copilot - aircraft type which operation requires copilot as it is determined in the certificate of type or the air operator certificate;

10) the air vehicle which operation requires copilot - aircraft type as it is determined in the certificate of type or the air operator certificate;

11) the air vehicle certified for flights with one pilot - aircraft type which according to the decision of State of Registry made during certification can safely be operated by flight crew of the minimum structure, namely one pilot;

12) the air vehicle with system of increase in lifting force - the air vehicle is heavier than air, capable to carry out vertical take-off, vertical landing and low speed flight that is generally provided with the high-lift devices put in action by the engine or engine thrust, used for creation of lifting force on these flight runs, and also not rotating aerodynamic surfaces creating lifting force in case of accomplishment of horizontal flight;

13) possibilities of the person - the capabilities of the person and limits of its opportunities influencing safety and efficiency of aviation activities;

14) time of land training on devices - time during which the pilot works on the earth simulated fly-by-wire on the training device of imitation flight;

15) flight time:

for airplanes, autogyros, power gliders and AF with system of increase in lifting force - general time from the moment of start of motion of AF for the purpose of take-off until its stop upon termination of flight;

for helicopters - general time from the moment of the beginning of rotation of blades of rotors with the take-off purpose until full stop of the helicopter upon termination of flight and the termination of rotation of the bearing blades;

for airships - general time since the moment when the airship is exempted from mast for the purposes of take-off till the moment when the airship finally stops after completion of flight and is fixed on mast;

for gliders - general dwell-time in aero tow flight or without tow since the moment when the glider begins running start on the ground in the course of take-off, till the moment when the glider stops after flight completion;

for aerostats - general time since the moment when the gondola comes off the earth for the purposes of take-off, till the moment when it finally stops after flight completion;

16) the flight time on devices - means time during which the pilot manages the air vehicle in flight only according to indications of devices without use of external fixtures;

17) copilot - person, having the certificate of the pilot who performs any functions of the pilot, except functions of the aircraft commander, exception is constituted by the pilot who is onboard the air vehicle only for the purpose of passing of flight training;

18) the airship - the flight vehicle, which lighter-than-air, set in motion by the engine;

19) the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs with qualification mark in the certificate - the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs having the certificate and the valid qualification marks corresponding to the rights performed by it;

20) offsetting - recognition of alternative means or the qualification received earlier;

21) the instructor - person performing direct activities for professional training and check of skills at aeronautical personnel according to the qualification;

22) the qualification block - the discrete function consisting of number of qualification elements;

23) the qualification test - means demonstration of theoretical knowledge and practical skills for obtaining (confirmation, prolongation of effective period) the certificate or qualification mark;

24) qualification element - the action representing task which has the initiating event and the completing event, borders which are accurately determining it, and observed result;

25) qualification - combination of the abilities, knowledge and installations required for accomplishment of task at the ordered level;

26) qualification mark - the record made in the certificate or having relation to it, which is its part in which the special conditions, the rights or restrictions relating to this certificate are specified;

27) the aircraft commander - the pilot appointed the operator or, in case of general aviation, the owner of the air vehicle to carry out obligations of the commander and to be responsible for safe flight execution;

28) the aircraft commander under observation - the copilot which is carrying out under observation of the aircraft commander of obligation and function of the aircraft commander according to the method of observation acceptable for authority of issue of certificates;

29) commercial air transportation - activities of legal entities for public conveyance, baggage, loads and mailings civil air vehicles for a fee or on hiring according to the air transport agreement;

30) the combined training - carrying out professional training by combination of different forms of education;

31) complex training - carrying out professional training by one-time implementation of all training program for the established period;

32) control of factors of threat - process of detection of threats and response to them by means of counter-measures which reduce or eliminate effects of threats and reduce probability of mistakes or undesirable conditions;

33) control of mistakes - process of error detection and response to them by means of counter-measures which reduce or eliminate effects of mistakes and reduce probability of further mistakes or undesirable conditions;

34) complex course of training of pilots of commercial aviation - training of pilots within one continuous training course to the skill level necessary for issue of the certificate of the pilot of commercial aviation (further - CPL);

35) criteria of efficiency - the simple, giving-in to assessment statement of required result of qualification element and the description of the criteria used for determination of whether the required level of efficiency is reached;

36) flight training - the stage of process of professional training of members of flight crew when which passing the trainee acquires and enhances practical skills and abilities of flight execution;

37) flight ability (skill) - permanent adoption of the correct decisions with use of profound knowledge, skills and installations for accomplishment of objectives of the flight;

38) the technique promoting preparation - the active method of preparation in which are used effective poll, attentive listening and without estimative approach and which is especially effective in development of skills and the relations to case gives help to trainees in receipt of more profound knowledge and development of own decisions that leads to more high level of understanding, storing of training material and interest;

39) modular course of training of pilots of commercial aviation - training of pilots within final stage of training course to the skill level necessary for issue of the certificate CPL and/or qualification mark about the right of accomplishment of fly-by-wires;

40) modular training - the method of life-long education using step-by-step system of training in which each stage (module) represents the finished cycle with the rating control system and estimates of the gained knowledge and abilities;

41) raid with the instructor - airborne time during which any person has flight training onboard the air vehicle with the pilot by the instructor having the appropriate certificate;

42) night - period of time between the end of evening civil twilight and the beginning of morning civil twilight or other such period between calling and sunrise which can be established by the relevant authority;

43) non-destructive testing (NDT) - the control method used for control of condition of the materials, components and systems applied on air vehicles, power units, the related systems and components for the purpose of check of condition of these products and detection of defects without damage of the products which are exposed to control;

44) emergency situations - number of circumstances which do not arise systematically or often, the serious and unexpected, optionally leading to origin dangers or serious risk, but requiring immediate reaction;

45) air traffic maintenance - flight and information servicing, the emergency notification, dispatching air traffic maintenance (district dispatching servicing, dispatching servicing of approach and airdrome dispatching service);

46) the equipment for safety control - the equipment which is installed or is onboard AF, for permanent use for the purpose of safety-of-life function and all persons which are on board (safety belts, security guidelines, demonstration set);

47) servicing of Department of Internal Affairs on the basis of observation - the term used concerning one of types of the servicing provided directly by means of watch system of Department of Internal Affairs;

48) cockpit resource management (Crew Resource Management - further CRM) - or capability management of crew - personnel training technique in such fields of activity in which the human mistake can lead to catastrophic crash. CRM is accented not on technical knowledge, and on relation of team members or crew in one cabin, including leadership and decision making;

49) mistake - action or failure to act of the member of operating personnel which leads to departure from intentions or expectations of the organization or this member of operating personnel;

50) retraining - the training process of specialists of industry of civil aviation directed to studying of aviation engineering, acquisition of new (additional) professional knowledge, skills of abilities;

To pilot 51) - to manipulate controls of the air vehicle during airborne time;

52) glider - the air vehicle which is heavier than air, not set in motion by the engine which lifting force is created generally due to aerodynamic reactions on the surfaces remaining motionless in these flight conditions;

53) flight plan - certain data on the planned flight or the parts of aircraft flight represented to bodies of air traffic maintenance;

54) preparation on adopted agenda - the preparation performed under control and according to the special program approved by the contracting state;

55) signing of the certificate on maintenance (issue of the certificate of the admission to operation, CRS) - the certificate of the fact that work on maintenance of AF or component is executed well according to applicable in this case air worthiness standards in witness whereof the certificate on maintenance is granted (the certificate of the admission to operation, CRS);

56) maintenance of professional level - training process of aeronautical personnel which purpose is updating of professional knowledge, skills and abilities for the purpose of compliance to qualification requirements;

57) en route flight - means the flight between point of departure and point of arrival following along previously planned route with use of standard navigation procedures;

58) practical training (On the Job Training, OJT) - the practical training on AF held in the conditions of the organization for maintenance and repair of aviation engineering (further - TO and PAT) and only her specialists on AF (supervisors and appraisers of practical training) for the purpose of receipt of the 1st AF mark by the candidate in category, new to the specialist ("B2", "B3" (only for the An-2) airplane) and subcategories ("B1.1", "B1.2", "B1.3", "B1.4") in the column "Rating" of the certificate of the specialist THAT AF;

59) professional training (training) - initial preparation, retraining and maintenance of professional level;

60) instrument time - flight time on devices or time of land training on devices;

61) privileges of the specialist on THAT AF (AML Holder Privileges) - the limited rights and obligations officially provided or the organization of TO and PAT to the owner of the acting certificate on the basis of the entries in the column "Rating" of the AF types, the engine and category of the specialist on THAT AF, and also certified permission to accomplishment THAT AF; or in conditions when THAT AF is carried out, and the organization for TO and PAT is not required - the existing certificate of the specialist on THAT by AF and the corresponding entry in the column "Rating";

62) giving of force (certificate) - action as a result of which the contracting state instead of issue of own certificate recognizes the certificate granted to other contracting states as equivalent to its own certificate;

63) real TO AF / involvement in real AF - means work of the specialist on AF having the existing certificate of the specialist in AF and use of powers of certified permission and/or real accomplishment of TO, at least, on the same AF type or groups of the AF systems determined in individual certified permission;

64) the airplane - the air vehicle which is heavier than air, set in motion by the engine which lifting force in flight is created generally due to aerodynamic reactions on the surfaces remaining motionless in these flight conditions;

65) independent raid - flight time during which the student pilot is the single person onboard the air vehicle;

66) session - period of time during which the candidate can pass examination. This period shall not exceed 10 consecutive calendar days;

67) the certificate (certificate) of the admission to operation (Certificate Release to Service (CRS)) - the permission to operation of AF issued by the specialist after performance of works on THAT AF or his components for the purpose of confirmation of its flight validity. The certificate of the admission to operation is implemented through the personal signature of the specialist or statement of the individual stamp issued by the organization for TO and PAT to the specialist in record in maintenance of the flight validity of AF or component;

68) the certifying personnel - the personnel responsible for issue of the certificate of the admission to operation after maintenance performance of AF or component;

69) certified requirements - requirements to aviation training centers imposed for the purpose of establishment of compliance of the organization, content, level and quality of training of aeronautical personnel to accepted standards;

70) certified permission (Certification Company Authorisation, CCA) - the permission issued by the GA organization to the specialist on the right of implementation of certain activities in amounts of the powers permitted individually. In the conditions of the organization for TO and PAT certified permission is issued to the certifying personnel, not certifying personnel, the personnel providing training and assessment; in the conditions of aviation training center - to the instructor and examining personnel, the certifying personnel (appraisers). Certified permission is issued individually and unpacked on the separate form;

71) quality control system - documentary drawn up organizational procedures and the principles, internal audit of these principles and procedures, the overview of management system and issue of recommendations about improvement of the quality;

72) watch system of Department of Internal Affairs - the general term which separately is understood as the ADS-B, PORL, VORL systems or any other comparable ground system allowing to identify the air vehicle;

73) the testing correlated to criteria - testing in case of which results of assessment are compared to the objective standard (but not with data of other estimates);

74) training - in-plant training under the leadership of person providing training for the purpose of practical mastering specialty, adaptation to maintenance entities and management, and also bystry orientation on workplace and development of new working methods;

75) standard procedures or standard working procedures of the operator (Standard Operating Procedures - further SOP) - procedures which are established by the operator in management on production of flights for accomplishment of standard actions on board (for example, preflight briefing of cabin crew, check of passenger cab of AF before flight, instructing of passengers, reduction in safe provision of kitchen rooms, toilet rooms and passenger cab of AF, monitoring of passenger cab of AF in flight time);

76) SPIC (abbreviation in English) - the student-the aircraft commander (SAC) - means that the student pilot during training flight performs functions of the aircraft commander (further - KVS) while the flight instructor only watches flight progress, without interfering with management of AF. Time of SPIC is fixed in flight book of the student of the pilot, makes sure the signature of the instructor and is set off in total flight experience as KVS;

77) PICUS (abbreviation in English) the aircraft commander under observation - the copilot performing functions and obligations as the aircraft commander under observation. Time of PICUS is fixed in flight book of copilot, makes sure the signature of the instructor and is set off in total flight experience as KVS;

78) theoretical preparation - the stage of process of professional training when which passing the trainee acquires special theoretical knowledge and also supports and enhances them according to adopted agendas of training;

79) maintenance of AF - work, necessary for ensuring preserving (maintenance) the flight validity of the air vehicle, including control recovery work, checks, replacements, elimination of defects which are carried out as separately, and in combination, and also practical implementation of modification or repair, excepting accomplishment by preflight inspectorate;

80) standard programs - the programs providing uniform approach to professional training, being basis for aviation training centers and civil aviation organizations in development of own training programs reflecting features of the directions, specialties and their activities;

81) type of air vehicles - all air vehicles of the same basic design, including all their modifications, except for those which lead to change of handling or flight qualities;

82) training preparation - the stage of process of professional training of aeronautical personnel when which passing the trainee acquires supports and enhances practical skills and abilities by means of the imitating devices approved by authorized organization in the field of civil aviation (further - authorized organization);

83) the exercise machine for working off of piloting technique - to watch the training device of imitation flight;

84) the exercise machine imitating flight conditions - to watch the training device of imitation flight;

85) the training device of imitation flight - any of the following three types of devices by means of which on the earth flight conditions are imitated:

the exercise machine imitating flight conditions which provides the exact reproduction of flight deck of certain aircraft type allowing to imitate real functions mechanical, electric, electronic and other onboard management systems, situation, regular for members of flight crew, and flight characteristics of this aircraft type;

the exercise machine for working off of piloting technique which provides real reproduction of situation in flight deck and imitates indications of devices, simple functions mechanical, electric, electronic and other onboard systems, and also flight technical characteristics of air vehicles of certain class;

the exercise machine for the main instrument flight training which is equipped with the corresponding devices and which imitates situation in flight deck, similar to situation in flight time of the air vehicle on devices;

86) heavy AF:

airplanes - AF with the maximum take-off mass of equal and more than 5700 kg;

helicopters - AF with the maximum take-off mass of equal and more than 3180 kg;

87) threat - events or mistakes which occur out of the sphere of competence of the member of operating personnel increase complexity of operation and which need to be managed for maintenance of admissible level of safety;

88) to certify airworthiness (to allow AF or component to operation) - to issue the certificate (certificate) that the air vehicle or its parts meet existing rules of the flight validity after maintenance performance of the air vehicle or its parts;

89) conditions - everything that can be considered as special environment in which efficiency will be shown;

90) the approved (approved) organization for maintenance - the organization approved (approved) by the contracting state according to requirements of Chapter 8 "Maintenance of airplanes";

91) (approved) organization approved educational - the organization approved (approved) by the contracting state and functioning under its control for carrying out preparation on adopted agenda;

92) authorized body in the field of civil aviation (further - authorized body) - the central actuator performing management in the field of use of airspace and activities of civil and experimental aviation;

93) route segment - means the flight including such stages as: take-off, departure in route, the cruiser mode within at least than 15 minutes, arrival, landing approach and landing;

94) the preparation purpose - the accurate formulation consisting of three parts: desirable performance indicators or what the listener presumably is able to do on the termination of term of preparation (or upon termination of these or those specific preparation stages); the standard of efficiency which is reached for confirmation of skill level of the listener; conditions in which the listener shows the qualification;

95) the member of flight crew - the person belonging to aeronautical personnel, having the existing certificate of aeronautical personnel to whom the obligations connected with control of the air vehicle during airborne time are assigned;

96) the member of cabin crew - person belonging to aeronautical personnel who for the benefit of safety and for the purpose of servicing of passengers and (or) carriage of goods carries out the obligations onboard the air vehicle charged to it by the operator or the aircraft commander, but not being the member of flight crew;

97) the examiner (appraiser) - the physical person having the corresponding qualification, authorized and appointed by authorized organization to carry out assessment of theoretical knowledge and/or practical skills of aeronautical personnel, specialists for the purpose of issue/prolongation of certificates / qualification marks and the admission to independent activities;

98) Protective Breathing Equipment (English) - smoke-proof hood (further - PBE);

99) Crowd Control - management of masses.

5. Programs of professional training (further - Programs) are developed by AUTs, and (or) the civil aviation organizations performing training of aeronautical personnel on the basis of these Standard programs, depending on specific types and features of activities.

6. The programs realized for professional training within these Standard programs without fail will be approved in authorized organization, except for the programs realizing general aspects of learning of foreign language.

Paragraph 1. Program implementation of professional training on the basis of Standard programs

7. The programs realized for professional training of other professional categories performing activities in civil aviation do not require obligatory approval in authorized organization, except as specified, provided by regulatory legal acts in the field of civil aviation.

8. Use of the materials based on Computer Based Training when carrying out all types and forms of professional training is not limited and regulated by amount of the implementable program (rate), and also the legislation regulating questions of use and protection of intellectual property.

Paragraph 2. Programs of professional training with use of remote technologies

9. Main objective of technology of distance training - provision studying possibility of development of programs of professional training independently, by means of use of information technologies, interacting with the leading, instructor and support personnel far off. The organization controlling training of personnel with use of the software of SVT (Computer Based Training) bears responsibility for quality of training of trainees, compliance of training programs to requirements of regulatory legal acts RK.

10. Remote technologies can be used when carrying out different types of educational, laboratory and practical training (except for training preparation, retraining on other (new) aircraft type, development of the new equipment and technologies), the practician (except for production and flight the practician), current check and intermediate certification of students.

11. Use of remote technologies is combined with training in class, including current check, intermediate and final check-up of the gained knowledge. At the same time the ratio of amount of the given educational, laboratory and practical classes with use of remote technologies or by direct interaction with the student is determined by either AUTs, or civil aviation organizations by those types of professional training which are resolved to them to training.

12. Use of the principles of remote technologies reveals in programs to professional training of the organizations by the citizen of aircraft.

13. Remote technologies are used only in the presence of the leading, instructor and support personnel having the corresponding preparation and specially equipped rooms allowing to realize programs of professional training with use of remote technologies.

14. In case of use of remote technologies the educational and methodical help to students, including in the form of consultations with use of information and telecommunication technologies is provided.

15. For the organization of educational process for remote technologies (further - DT) needs availability:

1) the educational portal with the pages containing educational and methodical and organizational and administrative information for students;

2) the equipment having exit in telecommunication network (the Internet, satellite television);

3) multimedia classes and electronic reading rooms (if necessary);

4) contents of training course;

5) the testing complex or special programs.

16. For implementation of educational process on DT:

1) will organize training of instructors, examiners and services in realization of DT;

2) create conditions to instructor structure for development and updating of educational resources;

3) will be organized and hold consultations remotely using information technologies;

4) will organize feed back remotely using information technologies;

5) will organize feed back with students in the Off-line mode (occupation, exchange of information in system with access to system to its users to any time, convenient for them);

6) is controlled by educational achievements of students remotely using information technologies;

7) identify the identity of each student by means of system of authentication.

17. For providing trainees with educational and methodical materials it is necessary to have electronic educational and methodical complexes on all disciplines (rates) of the curriculum, DT implemented with use.

18. Preparation of electronic educational and methodical complexes is performed by developer of rates on adopted agendas.

19. The electronic educational and methodical complex of discipline (rate) includes obligatory and additional sets.

20. The obligatory set consists from:

1) the program including content of discipline (rate), the calendar and thematic plan, the list of recommended literature (the main and additional), modular splitting discipline (rate);

2) electronic abstract of lectures;

3) materials of occupations;

4) tasks for independent work of students;

5) materials on the organization of rubezhny control (examinations, test tasks, individual tasks, etc.);

6) materials on the organization of final control (test examination tasks, questions to examination, tickets, examination examinations);

7) schedule of carrying out remote consultations.

The additional set is determined by the organization civil aviation independently if it is necessary.

Chapter 2. The program of initial training of pilots of ultralight aircrafts on power glider - Ultra Light Aircraft Pilot Licence - ULAPL (MGH)

Paragraph 1. Theoretical preparation

21. Theoretical preparation is carried out according to the curriculum which determines distribution of class periods by objects and subjects. The total amount of studies is at least 100 hours.

22. The aviation training center, in case of development of the Program of preparation on power glider, increases amount of class periods and amount of disciplines if it is proved by requirements of safety increase of flights.

23. Subject of disciplines on theoretical training of pilots of light aircrafts are given on power glider in Appendix 2 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 2. Trial in cabin. Land preparation

24. This program determines the minimum amount of tasks for carrying out trial in cabin of power glider on which flight training is provided.

25. General time of trial in cabin of power glider constitutes at least 3 hours.

26. The program of trial in cabin of power glider determines distribution of training by tasks:

Task No. 1. Operation of power glider;

Task No. 2. Power glider piloting technique;

Task No. 3. Particular cases in flight.

27. The flight instructor has the right to increase trial amount on tasks.

28. The minimum amount of land preparation - 16 hours. Scope of exercises on land preparation:

1) acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield;

3) studying of the flying area;

4) working off of phraseology of radio exchange with the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs;

5) studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

6) studying of the instruction for interaction and technology of work of crew;

7) studying of the emergency equipment and procedure its use;

8) studying land and maintenance by the pilot;

9) studying of procedure carrying out preflight action;

10) preparation of aeronautical charts. Corrected conducting visual orientation;

11) check of readiness of the student pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

29. The student pilot is allowed to the program of initial flight training after passing of theoretical, training and land preparation, 2 and 3 these Chapters specified in paragraphs 1,.

30. The applicant for ULAPL (MHG) has raid at least 20 hours of flight training on power glider, including, at least:

10 hours with the flight instructor on power glider on which LOC ARM check to solo flights will be made from them are at least:

1) 25 approaches at heights 3, 15, 30 and 50 meters;

2) 40 engine-throttled landings;

3) 1 hour of flights on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of folding of wing

4) 2 hours of flight along routes at least 40 km long;

5) 6 hours of independent raid, from them at least 2 hours of solo flight along routes at least 40 km long.

31. Flight training considers the principles of management of factors of threats and mistakes, and also to include:

1) preflight action, including calculations of weight and lining of AF, pre-flight inspection and servicing of AF;

2) studying of airfield traffic patterns and flights, measures and procedures for collision avoidance;

3) management of AF with use of external visual cues;

4) flights on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of hit in corkscrew;

5) flights on critically high airspeeds, identification and conclusion, sharp spiral on planning and conclusion;

6) take off and landing in normal conditions and with side wind;

7) special flight characteristics (take-off from short strip and overcoming obstacles, landing to limited strip);

8) en route flights with use of visual cues, dead-reckoning and using navaids;

9) actions in particular cases of flight extraordinary transactions, including imitation of defects of the aircraft equipment;

10) observance of rules of air traffic, procedures of communication and phraseology.

32. Each of exercises of the educational and flight program includes for the student pilot need of continuous improvement of flight ability, skills of perception of real situation and discretion for flight, the comprehensive analysis of the arriving information and adoption of optimal solutions.

Chapter 3. The program of initial training of pilots of light aircrafts on autogyro - Ultra Light Aircraft Pilot Licence - ULAPL(AG)

Paragraph 1. Theoretical preparation

33. Theoretical preparation is carried out according to the curriculum which determines distribution of class periods by objects and subjects. The total amount of studies is at least 100 hours.

34. The aviation training center, in case of development of the Program of preparation on specific type of autogyro increases amount of class periods and amount of disciplines if it is proved by requirements of safety increase of flights. Subject of disciplines on theoretical training of pilots of SLA are given on autogyro in Appendix 3 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 2. Trial in autogyro cabin. Land preparation

35. This program determines the minimum amount of tasks for carrying out trial in cabin of autogyro on which flight training is provided. General time of trial in cabin of autogyro constitutes at least 3 hours.

36. The program of trial in cabin of autogyro determines distribution of training by tasks:

Task No. 1. Operation of autogyro;

Task No. 2. Autogyro piloting technique;

Task No. 3. Particular cases in flight.

37. The flight instructor increases trial amount on tasks if it is proved by requirements of safety increase of flights.

38. The minimum amount of land preparation - 16 hours. Scopes of exercises on land preparation:

1) acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield;

3) studying of the flying area;

4) working off of phraseology of radio exchange with the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs;

5) studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

6) studying of the instruction for interaction and technology of work of crew;

7) studying of the emergency equipment and procedure its use;

8) studying land and maintenance by the pilot;

9) studying of procedure carrying out preflight action;

10) preparation of aeronautical charts. Corrected conducting visual orientation;

11) check of readiness of the student pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

39. The student pilot is allowed to the program of initial flight training after passing of theoretical, training and land preparation, 2 and 3 these Chapters specified in paragraphs 1,.

40. The applicant for ULAPL (AG) has raid at least 25 hours of flight training on autogyro, including, at least:

15 hours with the flight instructor on autogyro on which LOC ARM check to solo flights is made from them are at least:

1) 10 engine-throttled landings;

2) 1 hour of flights on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed stage of delay of turnovers of rotor;

3) 2 hours of en route flight at least 100 km long with one landing to full stop in other airfield, different from departure airfield;

4) 6 hours of independent raid, from them at least 3 hours of solo flight along routes, including 1 (one) en route flight at least 100 km long with one landing to full stop in other airfield, different from departure airfield.

41. Flight training considers the principles of management of factors of threats and mistakes, and also to include:

1) preflight action, including calculations of weight and lining of AF, pre-flight inspection and servicing of AF;

2) studying of airfield traffic patterns and flights, measures and procedures for collision avoidance;

3) management of AF with use of external visual cues;

4) flights on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed stage of delay of turnovers of rotor;

5) flights on critical high airspeeds, identification and conclusion, sharp spiral on planning and conclusion;

6) take off and landing in normal conditions and with side wind;

7) special flight characteristics (take-off from short strip overcoming obstacles, landing to limited strip);

8) en route flights with use of visual cues, dead-reckoning and using navaids;

9) actions in particular cases of flight extraordinary transactions, including imitation of defects of the aircraft equipment;

10) arrival and departure, flight in transit of controlled airfield, observance of rules of air traffic maintenance, procedures of communication and phraseology.

42. Each of exercises of the educational and flight program includes need of continuous improvement of flight ability for the student pilot: skills of perception of real situation and discretion in flight, the comprehensive analysis of the arriving information and adoption of optimal solutions.

Chapter 4. The program of initial training of pilots of light aircrafts on glider - Ultra Light Aircraft Pilot Licence-ULAPL (S)

Paragraph 1. Theoretical preparation

43. Theoretical preparation is carried out according to the curriculum which determines distribution of class periods by objects and subjects. The total amount of class periods is at least 100 hours.

44. The aviation training center, in case of development of the Program of preparation on specific type of glider, increases to increase amount of class periods and amount of disciplines if it is proved by safety requirements of flights. The subject of disciplines on theoretical training of pilots is given on gliders in Appendix 4 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 2. Training preparation or trial in cabin.

Land preparation

45. This program, in case of lack of the integration simulator of aircraft type, determines the minimum amount of tasks for carrying out trial in cabin of glider on which flight training is provided. General time of trial in glider cabin at least 6 hours.

46. The program of trial in cabin of glider determines distribution of training by tasks:

Task No. 1. Operation of glider;

Task No. 2. Glider piloting technique;

Task No. 3. Particular cases in flight.

47. The flight instructor increases trial amount on the tasks specified in Item 46 of this Chapter if the cadet pilot did not acquire task.

48. The minimum amount of land preparation - 16 hours. Scope of exercises on land preparation:

1) acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield;

3) studying of the flying area;

4) working off of phraseology of radio exchange with the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs;

5) studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

6) studying of the instruction for interaction and technology of work of crew;

7) studying of the emergency equipment and procedure its use;

8) studying land and maintenance by the pilot;

9) studying of procedure carrying out preflight action;

10) preparation of aeronautical charts. Corrected conducting visual orientation;

11) check of readiness of the student pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

49. The student pilot is allowed to the program of initial flight training after passing of theoretical, training and land preparation, 2 and 3 these Chapters specified in paragraphs 1,.

50. The applicant for receipt of ULAPL (S) has raid at least 15 hours of flight training on gliders, including, at least:

1) 10 hours with the flight instructor on glider on which LOC ARM check to solo flights will be made;

2) 2 hours of independent raid;

3) 45 starts and landings;

4) 1 solo flight along route at least 50 km long or 1 flight with the flight route at least 100 km long instructor.

51. Flight training considers the principles of management of factors of threats and mistakes, and also to include:

1) preflight action, including calculations of weight and lining of glider, instructing about air and airflow conditions in the flying area, pre-flight inspection and servicing of glider;

2) studying of airfield traffic patterns and flights, precautionary measures and procedures for the prevention of collisions;

3) management of glider with use of external visual cues;

4) high-angle-of-attack flight (critically low speed of flight);

5) recognition, and conclusion from the initial and developed stage of drop and prevention of corkscrew;

6) flights on critically high airspeeds, identification and conclusion, sharp spiral on planning and conclusion;

7) take off and landing in normal conditions and with side wind; different methods of glider launching;

8) special flight characteristics of glider (take-off from short strip and overcoming obstacles, landing to limited strip;

9) matching of landing place out of airfield, precautionary measures;

10) en route flights with use of visual cues, dead-reckoning and application of available navaids;

11) soaring taking into account local conditions;

12) actions in particular cases of flight and extraordinary procedures;

13) observance of rules of air traffic;

14) landing to limited strip; matching of landing place out of airfield, threats in case of circling flights and on landing, precautionary measures;

15) observance of rules of air traffic maintenance, procedures of communication and phraseology;

52. Each of exercises of the educational and flight program includes need of continuous improvement of flight ability for the student pilot: skills of perception of real situation and discretion in flight, the comprehensive analysis of the arriving information and adoption of optimal solutions.

Chapter 5. The program of initial training of pilots of light aircrafts on free aerostat - Ultra Light Aircraft Pilot Licence - ULAPL (B)

Paragraph 1. Theoretical preparation

53. Theoretical preparation is carried out according to the curriculum which determines distribution of class periods by objects and subjects. The total amount of class periods is at least 100 hours.

54. The aviation training center, in case of development of the Program of preparation on free aerostat, increases amount of class periods and amount of disciplines if it is proved by safety requirements of flights. Subject of disciplines on theoretical training of pilots of easy aircraft are given on free thermal aerostat in Appendix 5 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 2. Trial in gondola of free aerostat.

Land preparation

55. This program, in case of lack of the integration simulator of aircraft type, determines the minimum amount of tasks for carrying out trial in gondola of free aerostat on which flight training is provided. General time of trial in gondola of free aerostat at least 3 hours.

56. The program of trial in gondola of free aerostat determines distribution of training by tasks:

Task No. 1. Operation of free aerostat;

Task No. 2. Piloting technique of free aerostat;

Task No. 3. Particular cases in flight.

57. The flight instructor increases trial amount if the cadet pilot did not acquire the tasks specified in Item 56 of this Chapter.

58. The minimum amount of land preparation - 16 hours. Scope of exercises on land preparation:

1) acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield;

3) studying of the flying area;

4) working off of phraseology of radio exchange with the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs;

5) studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

6) studying of the instruction for interaction and technology of work of crew;

7) studying of the emergency equipment and procedure its use;

8) studying land and maintenance by the pilot;

9) studying of procedure carrying out preflight action;

10) preparation of aeronautical charts. Corrected conducting visual orientation;

11) check of readiness of the student pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

59. The student pilot is allowed to the program of initial flight training after passing of theoretical, training and land preparation, 2 and 3 these Chapters specified in paragraphs 1,.

60. The applicant for ULAPL(B) flew at least 16 hours of flight training on free thermal aerostats, including, at least:

1) 12 flight hours with the flight instructor;

2) 10 fillings and 20 starts and landings;

3) 1 solo flight with the minimum time at least 30 minutes.

61. The program of flight training LAPL(B) considers the principles of management of threats and mistakes and includes:

1) preflight action, including loading calculation, instructing about air and airflow conditions in the flying area, preflight action and servicing of cover;

2) instructing of crew and passengers;

3) filling of cover with hot air and management of accumulation of people;

4) management of aerostat with use of external visual cues;

5) taking-off in different conditions of wind;

6) approach at small and high altitudes;

7) landing in different conditions of surface wind;

8) en route flights with use of visual cues, dead-reckoning and use of digital navigators;

9) actions in particular cases of flight, including imitation of equipment malfunction of aerostat;

10) observance of rules of air traffic, procedures of communication and phraseology;

11) avoidance of the nature protection territories and conflict relations with owners of the parcels of land.

62. Each of exercises of the educational and flight program includes need of continuous improvement of flight ability for the student: skills of perception of real situation and discretion in flight, the comprehensive analysis of the arriving information and adoption of optimal solutions.

Chapter 6. The standard program of initial training of pilots of the light aircraft by the airplane - Light Aircraft Pilot License-LAPL (A)

Paragraph 1. Theoretical preparation

63. Theoretical preparation is carried out according to the curriculum which determines distribution of class periods by objects and subjects. The total amount of class periods is at least 150 hours.

64. The aviation training center, in case of development of the Program of preparation on specific aircraft type, increases amount of class periods and amount of disciplines if it is proved by safety requirements of flights. The subject of disciplines on theoretical training of pilots is given on light aircrafts in Appendix 6 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 2. Training preparation or trial in cabin.

Land preparation

65. This program, in case of lack of the integration simulator of aircraft type, determines the minimum amount of tasks for carrying out trial in cabin of the airplane on which flight training is provided.

66. General time of trial in cabin of the airplane at least 6 hours.

67. The program of trial in cabin of the airplane determines distribution of training by tasks:

Task No. 1. Operation of the airplane;

Task No. 2. Airplane piloting technique;

Task No. 3. Particular cases in flight.

68. The flight instructor increases trial amount if the cadet pilot did not acquire the tasks specified in Item 69 of this Chapter.

69. The minimum amount of land preparation - 16 hours. Scope of exercises on land preparation:

1) acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield;

3) studying of the flying area;

4) working off of phraseology of radio exchange with the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs;

5) studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

6) studying of the instruction for interaction and technology of work of crew;

7) studying of the emergency equipment and procedure its use;

8) studying land and maintenance by the pilot;

9) studying of procedure carrying out preflight action;

10) preparation of aeronautical charts. Corrected conducting visual orientation;

11) check of readiness of the student pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

70. The student pilot is allowed to the program of initial flight training after passing of theoretical, training and land preparation, 2 and 3 these Chapters specified in paragraphs 1,.

71. The applicant for LAPL (A) has raid at least 40 hours of flight training by airplanes, including:

1) from them the instructor provides 25 hours with the instructor by the airplane on which LOC ARM check to solo flights will be made the candidate of experience of flights at least:

1,5 of hour on devices, including accomplishment of turn on 180 ° in horizontal plane by the airplane equipped with the corresponding devices;

1,5 of hour on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of hit in corkscrew;

2 flights along routes, including 1 (one) en route flight at least 270 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

2) at least 5 hours of independent raid (SOLO);

3) at least 4 hours of independent raid along routes, including 1 (one) en route flight at least 270 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield.

72. Flight training it is necessary to consider the principles of management of factors of threats and mistakes, and also to include:

1) preflight action, including calculations of weight and lining of AF, pre-flight inspection and servicing of AF;

2) studying of airfield traffic patterns and flights, measures and procedures for collision avoidance;

3) management of AF with use of external visual cues;

4) flights on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of hit in corkscrew;

5) flights on critically high airspeeds, identification and conclusion, sharp spiral on planning and conclusion;

6) take off and landing in normal conditions and with side wind;

7) special flight characteristics of AF (take-off from short strip and overcoming obstacles, landing to limited strip;

8) en route flights with use of visual cues, dead-reckoning and using radio navigation aids;

9) actions in particular cases of flight extraordinary transactions, including imitation of defects of the aircraft equipment;

10) arrival and departure, flight in transit of controlled airfield, observance of rules of air traffic maintenance, procedures of communication and phraseology.

73. Each of exercises of the educational and flight program includes need of continuous improvement of flight ability for the student: skills of perception of real situation and discretion in flight, the comprehensive analysis of the arriving information and adoption of optimal solutions.

Chapter 7. The program of initial training of private pilots by airplanes - Private Pilot License-PPL (A)

Paragraph 1. Theoretical preparation

74. Theoretical preparation is carried out according to the curriculum which determines distribution of class periods by objects and subjects. The total amount of studies is at least 150 hours.

75. The aviation training center, in case of development of the Program of preparation on specific aircraft type, increases amount of class periods and amount of disciplines if it is proved by requirements of safety increase of flights. The subject of disciplines on theoretical training of private pilots is given on airplanes in Appendix 7 to Standard programs.

Paragraph 2. Training preparation or trial in cabin.

Land preparation

76. This program, in case of lack of the integration simulator of the corresponding airplane, determines the minimum amount of tasks for carrying out trial in cabin of the airplane on which flight training is provided.

77. General time of trial in cabin of the airplane at least 6 hours.

78. The program of trial in cabin of the airplane determines distribution of training by tasks:

Task No. 1. Operation of the airplane;

Task No. 2. Airplane piloting technique;

Task No. 3. Particular cases in flight.

79. The flight instructor increases trial amount if the cadet pilot did not acquire the tasks specified in Item 78 of this Chapter.

80. The minimum amount of land preparation - 16 hours. Scope of exercises on land preparation:

1) acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield;

3) studying of the flying area;

4) working off of phraseology of radio exchange with the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs;

5) studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

6) studying of the instruction for interaction and technology of work of crew;

7) studying of the emergency equipment and procedure its use;

8) studying land and maintenance by the pilot;

9) studying of procedure carrying out preflight action;

10) preparation of aeronautical charts. Corrected conducting visual orientation;

11) check of readiness of the student pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

81. The candidate is allowed to the program of initial flight training after passing of theoretical, training and land preparation, 2 and 3 these Chapters specified in paragraphs 1,.

82. The applicant for PPL (A) has raid at least 45 hours of flight training by airplanes, including, at least:

1) from them the instructor provides 25 hours with the instructor on the dual control aircraft on which LOC ARM check to solo flights is made the candidate of experience of flights:

at least 3 hours on devices, including accomplishment of turn on 180 ° in horizontal plane by the airplane equipped with the corresponding devices;

at least 2 hours on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of hit in corkscrew;

at least 5 hours along routes, including 1 (one) en route flight at least 270 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

2) at least 5 hours of independent raid (SOLO);

3) at least 5 hours of independent raid along routes, including 1 (one) en route flight at least 270 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield.

83. Flight training considers the principles of management of factors of threats and mistakes, and also to include:

1) preflight action, including calculations of weight and lining of AF, pre-flight inspection and servicing of AF;

2) studying of airfield traffic patterns and flights, measures and procedures for collision avoidance;

3) management of AF with use of external visual cues;

4) flights on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of hit in corkscrew;

5) flights on critically high airspeeds, identification and conclusion, sharp spiral on planning and conclusion;

6) take off and landing in normal conditions and with side wind;

7) special flight characteristics of AF (take-off from short strip and overcoming obstacles, landing to limited strip;

8) fly-by-wire, including accomplishment of turn on 180o;

9) en route flights with use of visual cues, dead-reckoning and using digital and radio navigation aids;

10) actions in particular cases of flight, extraordinary transactions, including imitation of defects of the aircraft equipment;

11) arrival and departure, flight in transit of controlled airfield, observance of rules of air traffic maintenance, procedures of communication and phraseology.

84. Each of exercises of the educational and flight program includes need of continuous improvement of flight ability for the student pilot: skills of perception of real situation and discretion in flight, the comprehensive analysis of the arriving information and adoption of optimal solutions. Approximate content and the number of exercises on flight training of private pilots is given on airplanes in appendix 7 to these Standard programs.

Chapter 8. The program of initial training of private pilots by helicopters - Private Pilot Licence - PPL (N)

Paragraph 1. Theoretical preparation. Detailed scope of theoretical preparation at the rate of LAPL and PPL, airplanes and helicopters

85. Theoretical preparation is carried out according to the curriculum which determines distribution of class periods by objects and subjects. The total amount of studies is at least 150 hours.

86. The aviation training center, in case of development of the Program of preparation on specific type of the helicopter, increases amount of class periods and amount of disciplines if it is proved by requirements of safety increase of flights. The subject of disciplines on theoretical training of private pilots is given on helicopters in Appendix 8 to these Standard programs.

87. The detailed subject of disciplines on theoretical preparation at the rate airplanes and helicopters is given in Appendix 9 to these Standard programs. The subjects noted by the sign "x" are specified obligation of their studying and belongs on all subitems of specific subject.

Paragraph 2. Training preparation or trial in cabin.

Land preparation

88. This program, in case of lack of the integration simulator of aircraft type, determines the minimum amount of tasks for carrying out trial in cabin of the helicopter by which flight training is provided. General time of trial in helicopter cabin at least 6 hours.

89. The program of trial in cabin of the helicopter determines distribution of training by tasks:

Task No. 1. Operation of the helicopter;

Task No. 2. Helicopter piloting technique;

Task No. 3. Particular cases in flight.

90. The flight instructor increases trial amount if the cadet pilot did not acquire the tasks specified in Item 88 of this Chapter.

91. The minimum amount of land preparation - 16 hours. Scope of exercises on land preparation:

1) acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield;

3) studying of the flying area;

4) working off of phraseology of radio exchange with the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs;

5) studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

6) studying of the instruction for interaction and technology of work of crew;

7) studying of the emergency equipment and procedure its use;

8) studying land and maintenance by the pilot;

9) studying of procedure carrying out preflight action;

10) preparation of aeronautical charts. Corrected conducting visual orientation;

11) check of readiness of the student pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

Paragraph 3. Flight training.

92. The candidate is allowed to the program of initial flight training after passing of theoretical, training and land preparation, 2 and 3 these Chapters specified in paragraphs 1,.

93. The applicant for PPL (N) flew at least 45 hours of flight training by helicopters, including, at least:

1) 25 hours with the flight instructor by helicopter by which LOC ARM check to solo flights is made, including:

at least 3 hours of training on devices, including accomplishment of turn on 180 ° in horizontal plane by the helicopter equipped with the corresponding devices;

at least 1 hour of training on critically small airspeeds, identification and conclusion from initial stage of delay of turnovers of rotor, recognition of vortex ring in initial stage and conclusion;

2 flights along routes, including 1 (one) en route flight at least 185 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

2) at least 5 hours of independent raid (SOLO);

3) at least 5 hours of independent raid along routes, including 1 (one) en route flight at least 185 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield.

94. At the same time 35 of 45 hours of flight training come to the end on that type of the helicopter which is used for check of readiness of the student pilot on receipt of the certificate of the private pilot.

95. Flight training considers the principles of management of factors of threats and mistakes, and also to include:

1) preflight action, including calculations of weight and balance data, pre-flight inspection and servicing of the helicopter;

2) studying of airfield traffic patterns and flights, measures and procedures for collision avoidance;

3) control of helicopter with use of external visual cues;

4) take-off, landings, hanging, discretion, turns, normal transition to hanging and exit from it;

5) emergency procedures, autorotation bases, engine failure imitation exit from ground resonance if it is peculiar to specific type of the helicopter;

6) movement on hanging sideways and back, turns on site;

7) recognition of vortex ring in initial stage and conclusion;

8) landing on autorotation, landings with imitation of engine failure, practice of accomplishment of forced landings;

9) imitation of equipment failures and emergency procedures in case of engine malfunctions, managements, electrical and hydraulic systems;

10) turns with the maximum angles of bank;

11) transitions, bystry stops, maneuvering with tail wind, landings and take-off on slopes;

12) maneuvering with restricted power and in limited space, including the choice of unprepared platforms for accomplishment on them and from them different tasks;

13) flight with use only of the main flight control instruments, including accomplishment of turn on 1800 and conclusion from unusual provision, imitating accidental hit in overcast (this training is executed only with the instructor);

14) en route flights with use of visual cues, dead-reckoning and using radio navigation aids where it is possible; imitation of deterioration in weather conditions and action for return or accomplishment of forced landing;

15) arrival and departure, flight in transit of controlled airfield, observance of rules of air traffic maintenance, procedures of communication and phraseology.

96. Before permitting the student pilot to execute the maiden solo flight, the instructor is convinced that the student pilot was able to use radio communication.

97. Whenever possible it is necessary to use flight simulations to show to the student of effect of flight in conditions below minimum, strengthening his understanding and need avoidance of this potentially dangerous flight regime.

98. Each of exercises of the educational and flight program includes need of continuous improvement of flight ability for the student pilot:

skills of perception of real situation and discretion in flight;

the comprehensive analysis of the arriving information and adoption of optimal solutions.

Chapter 9. Programs of complex and modular rates of training of pilots of commercial aviation by airplanes - Commercial Pilot Licence CPL (A)

Paragraph 1. Complex course of training of commercial pilots by airplanes with the admission to flights on PPP (IR) (CPL/IR integrated course)

99. The purpose of complex course of training of commercial pilots of CPL (A) with the admission to IFR flights - PPP (IR), bringing pilots to the skill level necessary for work as the single pilot on single-engined or multi engined aircrafts in commercial air carrier and receipts of CPL (A) with the admission to PPP (IR).

100. The candidate wishing to complete complex course of training of commercial pilots of CPL (A) with the admission to PPP (IR) passes all preparation stages in one continuous process of training, according to technique of AUTs.

101. The candidate is allowed to training, without having aviation specialty (ab-initio), or as the pilot who already have the certificate, either the private pilot of the PPL (A) airplanes, or the private pilot of the PPL (H) helicopters issued according to Appendix 1 to the Chicago convention or the pilot of the light aircraft LAPL issued based on the national legal system RK. In case of training of pilots with the certificates PPL(A), PPL(H) or LAPL, 50% of raid of hours prior to training are enlisted.

102. The complex training course for receipt of CPL with the qualification mark IR lasts from 9 to 30 months. This term is prolonged if additional flight training or land training is provided to AUTs.

103. The rate includes:

1) the theoretical preparation corresponding to the level of knowledge CPL(A) with the admission to PPP (IR);

2) flight training - visual flights and fly-by-wires.

104. The candidate who is not able or has no opportunity to hand over all rate of CPL (A) with the admission to PPP (IR), addresses to authorized organization for delivery of the theory and qualification tests for receipt of the certificate of more low level.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation

105. The theoretical rate of CPL (A) with the admission to flights on PPP (IR) includes, at least, 750 hours of training.

106. Theoretical training includes lessons in class, interactive video, the slide or recorder presentations, educational cabins, computer-based training, and also other means approved authorized organization or authorized body in the corresponding proportions. The training program is distributed so that the following minimum quantity of hours was allocated to each subject of training:

1) by the air legislation (Air Law) - 40 hours;

2) general knowledge of AF (Aircraft general knowledge) - 80 hours;

3) flight characteristics and planning (Flight performance and planning) - 90 hours;

4) opportunities and restrictions of the person, human factor (Human performance and limitations) - 50 hours;

5) meteorology (Meteorology) - 60 hours;

6) navigation (Navigation) - 150 hours;

7) operational procedures (Operational procedures) - 20 hours

8) the principles of flight (Principles of flight) - 30 hours;

9) radio communication (Communications) - 30 hours.

107. Other distribution of hours is approved between authorized organization and AUTs.

108. The candidate showed the level of knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the holder of the certificate CPL (A) with the admission to PPP (IR).

109. The detailed subject of disciplines on theoretical preparation is given in appendix 10 to these Standard programs. The subject noted by the sign "x" specifies obligation of its studying and belongs on all subitems of this subject.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

110. Flight training, apart from preparation on the admission on aircraft type (Type Rating), constitutes in total, at least, 200 hours. Time of flights included in total flight experience on the exercise machine (on instrument flying training on the earth) does not exceed 40 hours.

111. From these 200 hours has, at least:

1) 80 hours of training with the instructor from which fly-by-wires on the certified exercise machine are set off till 40 o'clock;

2) 70 hours of flights as the commander of AF (PIC), including visual flights and fly-by-wires as the student commander of AF (SPIC). Time of fly-by-wires as SPIC is set off as time of PIC in volume of no more than 20 hours;

3) 50 hours of en route flight as PIC, including visual flight on distance at least 540 km (300 nautical miles) during which landing in two airfields other than departure airfield is made;

4) 5 hours of flights at night, including 3 hours with the instructor (DUAL) which include, at least 1 hour of navigation along the set route, 5 independent (solo) take-off and 5 independent (solo) landings to full stop;

5) 100 hours of fly-by-wires in which enter, at least:

20 hours as SPIC;

50 hours of instrument flying training, from which:

or till 25 o'clock training at the exercise machine of the first FNPT I level;

or till 40 o'clock land training at exercise machines: FNPT II/FTD 1/FTD 2 or FFS. From these 40 hours, till 10 o'clock it is carried out on FNPT I.

112. To the candidate having the certificate on the termination of the basic module of instrument flight training ("Basic Instrument Flight Module") about 10 flight hours on account of time necessary for instrument flying training are enlisted. The hours spent on the BITD exercise machine are not subject to offsetting.

Raid in volume of 5 hours it is carried out by the airplane certified for transportation at least 4 people which has the screw with controlled pitch and retractable landing gear.

113. Approximate content of stages of flight training and criteria for evaluation of preparation are given in appendix 11 to these Standard programs.

Chapter 10. Complex course of training of commercial pilots by airplanes without the right of accomplishment of flights on PPP (CPL integrated course)

Paragraph 1. General information

114. The rate purpose training of pilots to the skill level necessary for work as the single pilot on single-engined or multi engined aircrafts in commercial air carrier and receipts of the certificate CPL (A).

115. The candidate wishing to complete the Complex course of training for receipt of the certificate of the commercial pilot of the CPL (A) airplanes passes all preparation stages in one continuous process of training according to technique of AUTs.

116. The candidate is allowed to training, without having aviation specialty (ab-initio), or as the pilot who already have the certificate, either the private pilot of the PPL (A) airplanes, or the private pilot of the PPL (H) helicopters issued according to Appendix 1 to the Chicago convention or the pilot of the light aircraft LAPL issued based on the national legal system RK. In case of training of pilots with the certificates PPL (A) or PPL (H), or LAPL 50% of raid of hours prior to training are enlisted.

117. The complex training course for receipt of CPL lasts from 9 to 24 months. This term is prolonged if additional flight training or land training is provided to AUTs (ATO).

118. The rate includes:

1) the theoretical training corresponding to the level of knowledge CPL(A);

2) flight training - visual flights and fly-by-wires.

119. The candidate who is not able or has no opportunity to hand over all rate of CPL (A), addresses to authorized organization for delivery of theoretical and practice examinations on receipt of the certificate of more low level.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation

120. The theoretical rate of CPL (A) includes, at least, 350 hours of training.

121. The applicant will show the level of knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the holder of CPL (A).

122. The detailed subject of disciplines on theoretical preparation is given in appendix 10 to Standard programs. The subject noted by the sign "x" specifies obligation of its studying and belongs on all subitems of this subject.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

123. Flight training, apart from preparation on the admission on aircraft type, consists, in total, at least, of 150 hours, includes all current tests from which till 5 o'clock it is used on training in devices at the earth. From these 150 hours, candidates have, at least:

1) 80 hours of training with the instructor, including:

10 hours of fly-by-wires from which till 5 o'clock it is carried out on exercise machines: FNPT-I/II, FTD-1/2, or FFS. To the candidate having the certificate on the termination of the basic module of instrument flight training ("Basic Instrument Flight Module") about 10 flight hours on account of time necessary for instrument flying training are enlisted. The hours spent on the BITD exercise machine are not subject to offsetting;

2) at least 3 hours on critically low and maximum airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of hit in corkscrew, conclusion from the sharp descending spiral with the maximum roll;

3) 20 hours of en route flights as SPIC, including visual flight on distance at least 540 km (300 nautical miles) during which it is made landings in two airfields other than departure airfield;

4) 70 hours of flights as the commander of KBC (PIC), including 20 flight hours along route as KVS, including en route flight on PVP at least 540 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

5) if flights in night conditions, then 5 hours of flights at night, including 3 hours with the instructor which include at least 1 hour of navigation along the set route, 5 independent (solo) take-off and 5 independent (solo) landings to full stop are assumed.

124. Approximate content of stages of flight training and criteria for evaluation of preparation are given to appendix 12 to these Standard programs.

Chapter 11. Modular course of training of commercial pilots without the right of accomplishment of flights on PPP (CPL modular course)

Paragraph 1. General information

125. The purpose of modular training course of CPL (A) - training of the pilots having the certificate PPL (A) or the certificate LAPL (A) to the skill level necessary for receipt of the certificate CPL (A).

126. The candidate is allowed to training at modular rate if it has the certificate of the private pilot of the PPL (A) airplanes granted according to Appendix 1 to the Chicago convention or is holder of the certificate of the pilot of the light aircraft LAPL granted based on the legislation of RK and:

1) 150 hours of total flight experience by airplanes, from them have raid as KVS at least 100 hours on the single-engine or multi engined aircraft before preparation from which 20 flight hours along route as KVS which includes en route flights on distance at least 540 km (300 nautical miles) with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields, different from departure airfield;

2) to meet precedent conditions of receipt of the admission (rating) on type or class of the multi engined aircraft according to qualification requirements for the admission on class or type if when passing flight check (skill test) the multi engined aircraft is used.

127. The modular rate of CPL proceeds from 9 to 18 months. This term is prolonged if in AUTs additional training is made. Flight preparation and check of flight skills comes to the end during effective period of the document on passing theoretical examinations.

128. The approved course is conducted by carrying out lessons in class and includes use of such materials as interactive video, the presentations on slides or on recorder tapes, the educational cabins, computer-based training and other means of distance training (correspondence courses) approved by authorized organization or authorized body.

129. The candidate wishing to complete modular course of CPL (A) passes all preparation stages in one continuous process of training, according to the AUTs program. Theoretical preparation is carried out strictly according to the appropriate program of AUTs.

130. The rate includes:

1) the theoretical training corresponding to the level of knowledge CPL(A);

2) flight training - visual flights and fly-by-wires.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation

131. The theoretical rate of CPL (A) includes, at least, 250 hours of training.

132. The applicant will show the level of knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the holder of the certificate CPL (A).

133. The detailed subject of disciplines on theoretical preparation is given in appendix 10 to Standard programs. The subject noted by the sign "x" specifies obligation of its studying and belongs on all subitems of this subject.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

134. Flight training of the candidate, without tool preparation (IR), on modular rate includes at least 25 hours of preparation with the instructor, including:

1) at least 10 flight hours on devices from which till 5 o'clock are used for preparation on devices on the procedural exercise machine (FNPT I or II, FTDII) or the flight simulator (FFS). In the absence of the conforming exercise machines these requirements it is fulfilled by the airplane;

2) at least 3 hours on critically low and maximum airspeeds, identification and conclusion from the initial and developed drop stage, the prevention of hit in corkscrew, conclusion from the sharp descending spiral with the maximum roll;

3) 2 en route flights on PVP as KVS, on PVP at least 540 km long with landings to full stop of engines in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

4) 1 solo flight along route as KVS on PVP at least 540 km long with landings to full stop of engines in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

5) if flights in night conditions, then 5 flight hours at night, including 3 hours with the instructor from which 1 hour along route and 5 independent (solo) takes off and landing to full stop are assumed.

135. To the candidates having the existing admission to fly-by-wires for the IR (A) airplanes, time of fly-by-wires with the instructor is set off completely.

136. To the candidates having the existing admission of fly-by-wires for the IR (H) helicopters, time of fly-by-wires with the instructor is set off in amount till 5 o'clock, at the same time at least 5 hours of training with the instructor are spent by the airplane.

137. Candidates with the existing admission to flights on PPP (IR) need, at least, 15 hours of visual flights with the instructor.

138. In the course of flight training of, at least, 5 hours are carried out in the airplane certified for transportation at least 4 people which has the screw with variable pitch and retractable landing gear.

139. Approximate content and the number of exercises of flight training are given to appendix 13 to these Standard programs.

Chapter 12. Programs of complex and modular rates of training of pilots of commercial aviation by helicopters - Commercial Pilot Licence CPL (N)

Paragraph 1. Complex course of training of commercial pilots of the helicopter without the right of accomplishment of flights on PPP (CPL(H) integrated course)

140. The rate purpose bringing pilots to the skill level necessary for work as the single pilot on single or multi engined helicopters in commercial air carrier and receipts of CPL(H).

141. The candidate wishing to complete complex course of training for receipt of the certificate of the commercial pilot by helicopters of CPL(H) passes all preparation stages in one continuous process of training, according to technique of AUTs.

142. The complex training course for receipt of CPL lasts from 9 to 24 months. This term is prolonged if additional flight training or land training is provided to AUTs.

143. The rate includes:

1) theoretical training, CPL(H) corresponding to the level of knowledge;

2) flight training - visual flights and fly-by-wires.

144. The candidate who is not able or has no opportunity to hand over all rate of CPL(H), addresses to authorized organization for delivery of theoretical and practice examinations on receipt of the certificate with more low level of the rights if it meets requirements imposed to the candidate.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation

145. The theoretical rate of CPL (N) includes, at least, 350 hours of training.

146. The applicant will show the level of knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the owner of CPL(H).

147. The detailed subject of disciplines on theoretical preparation is given in appendix 10 to these Standard programs. The subjects noted by the sign "x" are specified obligation of its studying and belongs on all subitems of this subject.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

148. Flight training consists at least, of 135 hours. From these 135 hours, the candidate will execute at least:

1) 85 hours of flight training with the instructor, from which to 75 flight hours on PVP which includes:

30 hours on the flight simulator (FFS, the C/D level) or;

25 hours on the procedural exercise machine (FTD 2, 3) or;

20 hours on the procedural exercise machine (FNPT II/III);

10 flight hours on devices which includes 5 hours on the procedural exercise machine (FNPT I);

Note. In the absence of the corresponding exercise machines, preparation is performed by helicopter in the course of flight training;

10 flight hours along routes on PVP, including one en route flight on PVP with extent at least 185 km with landings to full stop of engines in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

2) 50 hours of independent raid as KVS, from which:

at least 35 hours as KVS under observation (SPIC);

at least 14 hours of independent raid (SOLO);

10 hours of independent raid along routes as KVS, including one en route flight on PVP with extent at least 185 km with landings to full stop of engines in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

3) if flights in night conditions, then 5 flight hours at night, including 3 hours with the instructor from which 1 hour along route, and 5 independent (solo) takes off and landing to full stop are assumed.

Chapter 13. Modular course of training of commercial pilots of the helicopter without the right of accomplishment of flights on PPP (CPL(H) modular course)

Paragraph 1. General information

149. The purpose of modular training course of CPL(H) - training of the pilots having the certificate of PPL(H) to the skill level necessary for receipt of CPL(H).

150. The candidate is allowed to training at modular rate if it has the certificate of the private pilot of airplanes of PPL(H) having 155 hours of total flight experience as the pilot of the helicopter including at least 100 hours as KVS, from which 20 hours along route.

151. Duration of modular rate of CPL(H) no more than from 9 to 18 months. This term is prolonged if in AUTs additional training is made. Flight training and check of flight skills come to the end during effective period of the document on passing theoretical examinations.

152. The approved course is conducted by carrying out lessons in class and includes use of such materials as interactive video, the presentations on slides or on recorder tapes, the educational cabins, computer-based training and other media of distance training (correspondence courses) approved by authorized organization or authorized body. Within rate distance (correspondence) training is also used.

153. The candidate wishing to complete modular course of CPL(H) passes all preparation stages in one continuous process of training, according to the AUTs program.

154. The rate includes:

1) the theoretical preparation corresponding to the level of knowledge of CPL(H);

2) flight training - visual flights and fly-by-wires.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation.

155. The theoretical rate of CPL(H) includes, at least, 250 hours of training.

156. The candidate will show the level of knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the owner of CPL(H).

157. The detailed subject of disciplines on theoretical preparation is given in appendix 10 to these Standard programs. The subject noted by the sign "x" specifies obligation of its studying and belongs on all subitems of this subject.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

158. Flight training on modular rate includes at least 30 hours of preparation with the instructor from which:

1) 20 flight hours on PVP, including one en route flight on PVP at least 185 km long with landings to full stop of engines in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

2) 10 flight hours on devices, from which, in the presence, till 5 o'clock preparation on the procedural exercise machine (FTD 1 or FNPT I);

Note. In the absence of the corresponding exercise machines, preparation is performed by helicopter in the course of flight training.

3) one solo flight as KVS along route on PVP with extent at least 185 km with landings to full stop of engines in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield;

4) if flights in night conditions, from 5 flight hours at night, including 3 hours with the instructor from which 1 hour of en route flight, and 5 independent (solo) circling flights are assumed. Each circle includes take off and landing.

Chapter 14. Programs of initial training of linear pilots of airplanes - (ATPL(A) integrated course)

Paragraph 1. Complex course of training of linear pilots of airplanes - ATPL(A)

159. The purpose of ATPL (A) of complex rate - training of pilots to skill level, necessary for work as copilot in polynomial crew of multi engined aircrafts in commercial transport aviation and receipts of CPL with the qualification mark IR - CPL(A)/IR, to total flight experience of 1500 hours of ATPL (A), necessary for obtaining.

160. The candidate wishing to complete complex course of ATPL (A) passes all preparation stages in one continuous process of training, according to technique of AUTs.

161. The candidate is allowed to training, without having aviation specialty (ab-initio), or as the pilot who already have the certificate, either the private pilot of the PPL (A) airplanes, or the private pilot of the PPL (H) helicopters issued according to Appendix 1 to the Chicago convention or the pilot of the light aircraft LAPL issued based on the national legal system of the Republic of Kazakhstan in the field of civil aviation. In case of training of pilots with the certificates PPL(A), PPL(H) or LAPL, it enlists 50% of raid of hours prior to training.

162. The rate includes:

1) theoretical preparation, ATPL (A) corresponding to the level of knowledge;

2) flight training - visual flights and fly-by-wires;

3) training in interaction of pilots in polynomial crew (MCC).

163. The candidate who is not able or has no opportunity to successfully complete all course of ATPL (A), addresses to authorized organization for delivery of theoretical and practice examinations for receipt of the certificate of more low level.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation

164. The theoretical rate of ATPL (A) includes, at least, 750 hours of training.

165. The rate of MCC includes, at least, 25 hours of theoretical and 20 hours of practical training.

166. 750 hours of training include work in class, interactive video, the slide or recorder presentations, work in the training cabins, computer-based training, and also other media approved by authorized organization or authorized body. The training program is distributed so that in each subject the minimum quantity of hours constituted:

1) by the air legislation (Air Law) - 40 hours;

2) general knowledge of AF (Aircraft general knowledge) - 80 hours;

3) flight characteristics and planning (Flight performance and planning) - 90 hours;

4) opportunities and restrictions of the person, human factor (Human performance and limitations) - 50 hours;

5) meteorology (Meteorology) - 60 hours;

6) navigation (Navigation) - 150 hours;

7) operational procedures (Operational procedures) - 20 hours

8) the principles of flight (Principles of flight) - 30 hours;

9) radio communication (Communications) - 30 hours.

167. The candidate shows the level of knowledge corresponding to the level of the holder of the certificate ATPL (A).

168. The detailed subject of disciplines on theoretical preparation is given in appendix 10 to these Standard programs. The subject noted by the sign "x" specifies obligation of its studying and belongs on all subitems of this subject.

Paragraph 3. Flight training

169. Flight training, apart from preparation on the admission on aircraft type (Type Rating), consists, in total, at least, of 195 hours, including all current tests from which till 55 o'clock constitutes land instrument flying training. From these 195 hours, candidates have, at least:

1) 95 hours of training with the instructor (DUAL) from which the land training to fly-by-wires constitutes till 55 o'clock;

2) 70 hours of flights as the commander of AF (PIC), including visual flights and fly-by-wires as the student commander of AF (SPIC). Time of fly-by-wires as SPIC is set off as time of PIC in volume of no more than 20 hours;

3) 50 hours of en route flight as KVS, including visual flight on distance at least 540 km (300 nautical miles) during which landing in two airfields other than departure airfield is made;

4) 5 hours of flights at night, including 3 hours with the instructor (DUAL) which include, at least 1 hour of navigation along the set route, 5 independent (solo) takes off and landing to full stop;

5) 115 hours of fly-by-wires in which enter, at least:

20 hours as SPIC;

15 hours of training preparation on interaction in polynomial crew (MCC) for which the integration simulator of the FFS level or exercise machines of the FNPTII/FTD 1/FTD 2 level is used;

6) 50 hours of instrument flying training, from which:

or till 25 o'clock land training at the exercise machine of the first FNPT I level;

or till 40 o'clock land training at exercise machines: FNPTII/FTD 1/FTD 2 or FFS exercise machine. From these 40 hours, till 10 o'clock it is carried out on FNPTI. To the candidate having the certificate on the termination of the basic module of instrument flight training ("Basic Instrument Flight Module") till 10 o'clock training on account of time necessary for training in devices is enlisted. The hours spent on the BITD exercise machine are not subject to offsetting;

7) 5 hours are carried out in the airplane certified for transportation at least 4 - x the person who has the screw with controlled pitch and retractable landing gear.

170. Approximate content and the number of exercises of flight training are given to appendix 14 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 4. Modular course of training of linear pilots of airplanes - ATPL(A)

171. Candidates for receipt of the certificate of the linear pilot of ATPL (A) who gained theoretical knowledge of modular rate have, at least, the certificate of the private pilot of PPL (A) granted according to appendix 1 to the Chicago convention or the certificate of the pilot of the light aircraft LAPL issued based on the national legal system RK and to have, at least, the following number of hours theoretical training:

1) for the candidates having the certificate of the private pilot of the PPL (A) airplanes or the certificate of the pilot of the light aircraft LAPL - 650 hours;

2) for the candidates having the certificate of the commercial pilot of the CPL (A) airplanes - 400 hours;

3) for the candidates having qualification for fly-by-wires for airplanes (IR(A)) - 500 hours;

4) for the candidates having CPL(A) and IR(A) - 250 hours.

172. Training of the theory comes to the end before flight check (Skill Test) for ATPL(A) in case of training of pilots with the certificates PPL (A), PPL (H) or LAPL, it enlists 50% of flight hours, for the candidates having CPL(A) and IR(A) 100% of flight hours in case of raid on CPL(A) and IR(A) are enlisted, to total flight experience of 1500 hours of ATPL (A), necessary for obtaining.

Chapter 15. The program of preparation on receipt of qualification mark about the right to the fly-by-wires (FBW) by airplanes and helicopters - IR(A) & (H)

Paragraph 1. General provisions

173. Flights on PPP by the airplane, the helicopter, the airship or on AF with system of increase in lifting force are carried out only for holders of the certificates PPL, CPL, MPL or ATPL on the air vehicles equipped and allowed to flights on PPP.

174. The purpose of the program for receipt of qualification mark about the admission to flights on PPP (Instrument Rating) is training of pilots for the admission to operation of AF on PPP (IFR) in instrument meteorological conditions (IMC).

175. The candidate for modular training course of IR (A) & (H) is holder of the certificate of the private pilot of PPL (A) or (H) or the commercial pilot of CPL (A) or (H).

176. From the candidate wishing to have training on the Procedural module of preparation for flights on PPP it is required that it passed all grade levels in one continuous approved rate. Prior to preparation on the Procedural module, AUTs makes sure of compliance of abilities of the pilot to requirements of the basic module of fly-by-wires. If additional preparation is required, carried out.

177. The rate of theoretical preparation comes to the end within 18 months.

178. The procedural module and flight check come to the end during expiration date of the certificate on passing theoretical examinations.

179. The candidate who earlier does not have qualification mark about the right of fly-by-wires takes full training course in the certified AUTs.

180. The rate includes:

1) the theoretical preparation corresponding to the level of the holder of qualification mark - IR;

2) flight training on devices;

3) Theoretical training of candidates for receipt of certificates of the pilot of polynomial crew or linear pilot of airline provides receipt of necessary theoretical knowledge for qualification mark on the right of fly-by-wires.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation by airplanes and helicopters

181. Theoretical preparation includes 150 hours. For holders of ATPL (H) - at least 100 hours.

182. The candidate shows the level of knowledge corresponding to the rights granted to the owner of qualification mark about the right to fly-by-wires.

183. The scope of theoretical preparation is given in appendix 15 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 3. Flight training by airplanes

184. The aviation training center makes sure that the candidate for rate of IR (A) for the multi engined aircraft which has no admission of type and class for multi engined aircrafts received the preparation on multi engined aircrafts given in qualification requirements for the admission on class or type prior to flight training at the rate of IR(A).

185. Flight training consists of two modules which can be passed separately or in combination:

1) the basic module of preparation for flights on PPP (Basic Instrument Flight Module) includes 10 hours of training flights on devices from which land preparation on PPP (Instrument ground training) on the earth with use of BITD, FNPT-I/II, FTD-1/2 or FFS exercise machines constitutes till 5 o'clock. After completion of the basic module, to the candidate the certificate on the termination of this rate is issued;

2) the procedural module of preparation for flights on PPP (Procedural Instrument Fligh Module) includes the rest of the training program for the admission to flights on PPP (And) (IR(A)), 40 hours of training flights on devices at single-motor or 45 o'clock on the multi engined aircraft.

186. The training course of IR (A) for single-engined airplanes contains, at least, 50 hours of training flights on devices from which till 20 o'clock time of land training of fly-by-wires on FNPT-I exercise machines, or till 35 o'clock on FFS, FTD-1/2 or FNPT-II exercise machines. No more than 10 hours of land training of fly-by-wires on FFS, FTD-1/2 or FNPT-II exercise machines it is replaced with the FNPT-I exercise machine.

187. The training course of IR (A) for multi engined aircrafts contains, at least, 55 hours of training flights on devices from which till 25 o'clock constitutes time of land training of fly-by-wires on FNPT-I exercise machines, or till 40 o'clock on FFS, FTD-1/2 or FNPT-II exercise machines. No more than 10 hours of land training of fly-by-wires on FFS, FTD-1/2 or FNPT-II exercise machines it is replaced with the FNPT-I exercise machine. The rest of the time of instrument flying training includes at least 15 hours on multi engined aircrafts.

188. The candidate having qualification of IR (A) by the airplane with one engine and who received qualification of class of the multi engined aircraft, wishing to receive for the first time qualification of fly-by-wire on the multi engined aircraft (ME IR (A)) takes course in AUTs, 5 watch of training in devices at airplanes with several engines from which 3 hours are executed on the flight simulator (FFS) or the procedural exercise machine (FNPT II).

189. Approximate content, the number of exercises and stages of training flights on devices is given in appendix 16 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 4. Flight training by helicopters

190. Modules of instrument flying training for the helicopter include:

1) flight rate of IR (N) of the single engine helicopter at least 50 hours of training flights on devices, including:

till 20 o'clock on the procedural exercise machine (FNPT I (N) or (A)). This time of 20 hours of training at FNPT (N) or (And) is replaced for IR (N) for 20 hours of training flights in the airplane approved for this rate; or

till 35 o'clock on the procedural exercise machine of the helicopter (FTD 2/3, FNPT II/III) or the flight simulator of the helicopter (FFS);

training flights on devices by the helicopter certified on PPP constitute at least 10 hours;

2) the additional flight rate on the multi engined helicopter IR (N) constitutes at least 55 hours of training flights on devices, including:

till 20 o'clock on FNPT I (N) or (A). This time of 20 hours of training at FNPT (N) or (And) is replaced for ME IR (N) for 20 hours of training flights in the airplane approved for this rate; or

till 40 o'clock on the procedural exercise machine of the helicopter (FTD 2/3, FNPT II/III) or the flight simulator of the helicopter (FFS);

Training flights on devices on the multi engined helicopter certified on PPP constitute 3) at least 10 hours;

4) for IR (A) having qualification the program is reduced till 10 o'clock.

191. The training device of imitation flight for acquisition of experience or accomplishment of any maneuver required in case of demonstration of ability for receipt of the certificate or qualification mark affirms authorized organization.

on issue of certificates which guarantees compliance of the training device of imitation flight to objective.

192. During passing of flight training by airplanes and dual-control helicopters the skilled instructor provides the candidate of operational experience at the level of requirements imposed to the owner of qualification mark about the right to fly-by-wires in the following areas:

1) preflight action, including use of flight manual or the document equivalent to it and the relevant documents on air traffic maintenance by preparation of flight plan on PPP;

2) pre-flight inspection, use of checklists, checks before taxing and take-off;

3) operations procedure and maneuvers in case of accomplishment of flights on PPP in normal, special and emergencies, including, at least, the following:

transition to fly-by-wire after take-off;

standard schemes of departure and arrival on devices;

mission profiles on PPP along route;

holding flight;

instrument landing approaches in case of the established minima;

missed approach procedure;

landings after accomplishment of instrument landing approaches;

4) in-flight maneuvres and specific flight characteristics.

193. If it is supposed that the rights to accomplishment of fly-by-wires granted by qualification mark are performed on the air vehicle with several engines, then the candidate has flight training on such air vehicle of dual-control corresponding type under the leadership of the flight instructor. The instructor provides the candidate of operational experiment on control of the air vehicle of the corresponding type on devices with one non-running engine or with imitation of one non-running engine.

194. After preparation passing, the candidate will show on the air vehicle in relation to which he tries to obtain receipt of qualification mark about the right to fly-by-wires, capability to carry out the set mission profiles and maneuvers with degree of the competence corresponding to the rights granted to the owner of qualification mark about the right to fly-by-wires, and also ability:

1) to distinguish and control factors of threat and mistake;

Note. Instructive material about application of control methods of factors of threat and mistakes contains in Rules of aeronautical servicing "Training of personnel" (PANS-TRG, Doc 9868) and in Chapter 2 of part II of the Management on training in the field of human factor (Doc 9683);

2) to manage the air vehicle of required type within its restrictions;

3) smoothly and precisely to carry out all maneuvers;

4) to make the correct decisions and to competently exercise control and observation in flight;

5) to apply knowledge in the field of air navigation;

6) it is permanent to exercise control of the air vehicle so that to provide successful accomplishment of the mission profile or maneuver.

Chapter 16. Program of training of flight instructors

Paragraph 1. General provisions

195. The purpose of the program of initial training of flight instructors (FI, TRI/SFI, CRI) is training of holders of the pilot's certificate to competence level, the corresponding world practice in the field of activities of instructors of flight training of civil aviation. The course program is aimed at the development in the job seeker of qualification of the instructor to understanding of methods of safe accomplishment of flights by assimilation of the corresponding knowledge and abilities, and also motivation of the successful solution of instructor tasks.

196. Candidates for qualification (FI, TRI/SFI, CRI), with the purpose of receipt of the corresponding recommendation for revenues to course of training of the instructor, pass, within 6 months preceding the beginning of rate, preliminary flight check on AF or the exercise machine by the skilled instructor or the examiner to evaluate their capability to instructor work. It is performed in volume of proficiency check of the corresponding type or class AF.

197. Applicants for receipt of the certificate of the flight instructor take courses of theoretical and flight training in AUTs.

198. The program of training of flight instructors especially marks out importance of human factor, value of each individual in case of interaction of the person and the machine, in resource management of crew, with factors of threats and mistakes. Special attention is paid to maturity of judgments of job seekers, including understanding of adults and their behavioural line items, distinction of levels of education.

199. Task of the program for training of instructors is:

1) to repeat and add technical knowledge of the instructor according to the program;

2) to train the instructor in teaching land disciplines and flight exercises;

3) to guarantee that flight skills of the instructor are on rather high loss;

4) to train the instructor in the principles of bases of instructing and to apply them according to the qualification (FI, TRI/SFI, CRI).

200. As a result of passing of the program, the applicant for receipt of the corresponding qualification mark of the instructor is capable to carry out as the instructor of the air vehicle of the corresponding type training of students pilots with the acceptable level of aviation safety and to show:

1) knowledge in the following areas:

technique of skills training;

to development of the program of preparation;

planning of lesson;

techniques of classroom training;

processes of digestion of material;

elements of effective training;

uses of educational means, including imitation flight exercise machines;

gain score of students pilots in those objects in which land preparation is performed;

assessment and check of level of knowledge of students - pilots;

carrying out analysis and to error correction of students pilots;

possibilities of the person in relation to flight training, including the principles of control of factors of threats and mistakes;

the danger connected with imitation of refusals of systems on the air vehicle;

2) flight-methodical skills:

recognition, the analysis and control of factors of threats and mistakes in the course of training of the student pilot;

control of the air vehicle within restrictions of its characteristics and methodically competently to train students pilots at the acceptable level of aviation safety;

abilities smoothly and precisely to carry out all maneuvers and was able to show them to the student pilot;

adoption of timely decisions and competently to exercise in-flight monitoring;

analysis and error correction of trainees;

manage the air vehicle so that to provide exact accomplishment and display of the mission profile or maneuver to the student pilot;

distinguish and control factors of threats and mistakes when training;

manage the air vehicle within restrictions of its characteristics;

smoothly and precisely to carry out all maneuvers, it is methodically correct to explain to the student pilot coordination of movements when piloting with the air vehicle;

make timely decisions and to competently exercise in-flight monitoring of actions of the student pilot;

apply knowledge in the field of air navigation (air navigation) and transfer them to the student pilot;

it is methodically competent and safe to train the student pilot.

Paragraph 2. Theoretical preparation

201. Special theoretical training of instructors will be organized by individual method or charges, and also in system of planned occupations. It provides studying of the disciplines necessary for qualified educational process (technique of flight training, fundamentals of pedagogics, psychology, etc.) and enhancement of knowledge of other disciplines.

202. Competence and subject of disciplines on theoretical training of instructors is given in appendix 17 to these Standard programs.

203. Theoretical preparation for categories FI (A) and FI (H) includes at least 125 hours of cool occupations, including testing from which:

1) 25 hours pedagogical methods of teaching and training:

modern approaches in common methods prepodavaniye;

the personal oriented approach in training;

technology of development of critical thinking;

systems of estimation of results of training;

2) at least 50 hours on the following disciplines:

aviation psychology;

fundamentals of pedagogics;

technique of flight training;

To the pilot who is or was the owner of rating of FI on other type of AF the theoretical program constitutes 3) at least 50 hours.

204. Theoretical preparation for flight instructors of FI(MNG), FI (AG), FI(S) and FI(B) includes at least 90 hours of cool occupations, including testing from which:

1) 25 hours methods of teaching and training:

modern approaches in common methods prepodavaniye;

the personal oriented approach in training;

technology of development of critical thinking;

systems of estimation of results of training;

2) at least 20 hours on the following disciplines:

aviation psychology;

fundamentals of pedagogics;

technique of flight training;

205. Theoretical preparation for instructors on the AF type (TRI/SFI):

1) for 25 school hours at least in class by technique of teaching and training in the program of flight instructors of FI;

2) at least 10 class periods of classes in repeating of technical knowledge, preparation of plans of lessons and development educational skills of teaching in class on the AF specific type;

3) special attention is paid to standard operational procedures in crew by preparation on AF with polynomial crew and to the pilot's obligations on AF with one pilot.

206. Theoretical preparation for instructors on any class of airplanes (CRI):

1) for 25 school hours at least in class by technique of teaching and training in the program of flight instructors of FI;

2) 25 class periods of classes in repeating of technical knowledge, preparation of plans of lessons and development educational skills of teaching in class on the AF specific type.

207. The program is developed on the basis of the training methods which are in detail stated in theoretical part of training course of FI so that to provide sufficient training of job seekers in respect of theoretical knowledge in the field of teaching and training in the program of receipt of qualification of the instructor on class or type for one-seat multi-engine AF, or single-engine AF for whom the job seeker has training.

208. To pilots who are or were owners of one of following ratings part of the theoretical course program CRI concerning training processes is set off: FI(A), TRI(A), SFI (A), STI(A), MCCI (A) FI(H), TRI(H), IRI(H), SFI(H).

209. Theoretical preparation for receipt of qualification mark of the instructor on fly-by-wires (IRI) in addition includes at least 25 hours (except for instructors) by technique of teaching and training, and also at least 10 hours in special objects.

210. The program is developed on the basis of the training methods which are in detail stated in theoretical part of training course of FI.

211. Knowledge of special objects, in full corresponding to the training program of tool qualification, is already known to the student instructor therefore task of technical part of the program only to refresh this knowledge.

212. As a result of completion of theoretical preparation of rate the candidate has knowledge:

1) techniques of theoretical and skills training;

2) on gain score of students, pupils and listeners in those objects in which land preparation is performed;

3) process of digestion of material;

4) elements of effective training;

5) by assessment and check of level of knowledge of students, pupils and listeners, the theory of training;

6) developments of the program of preparation;

7) planning of lesson;

8) techniques of classroom training;

9) uses of educational means, including imitation flight exercise machines;

10) on carrying out the analysis and error correction of students, pupils and listeners;

11) opportunities of the person in relation to flight training, including the principles of control of factors of threat and mistakes;

12) the danger connected with imitation of refusals of systems on the air vehicle.

Paragraph 3. Technique of carrying out trial in cabin (gondola) of the air vehicle

213. This program, in case of lack of the integration simulator of the corresponding aircraft category, determines the minimum amount of tasks of training of the student instructor by technique of carrying out trial in cabin of the corresponding aircraft category.

214. This program is general for training of flight instructors of the corresponding type of AF.

215. General time of preparation by technique of carrying out trial in cabin of the corresponding aircraft category (in case of lack of the flight simulator) constitutes at least 6 hours.

216. The program of trial in cabin of the corresponding aircraft category determines distribution of methodical preparation by tasks:

Task No. 1. Technique of carrying out trial in cabin "Operation of AF";

Task No. 2. Technique of carrying out trial in cabin "Piloting technique of AF";

Task No. 3. Technique of carrying out trial in cabin "Particular cases in flight".

217. The instructor increases trial amount if the student pilot did not acquire the tasks specified in Item 216 of this Chapter.

Paragraph 4. Technique of carrying out land preparation

218. The program of land preparation is general for training of flight instructors of the corresponding type of AF and is intended for training of the student instructor by technique of carrying out land preparation with the student pilot.

219. The minimum amount of preparation - 16 hours. Scope of exercises by technique of carrying out land preparation:

1) technique of acquaintance with the program of educational flight training;

2) technique of examination of design of AF, the engine, equipment of cabin and rules of their operation on the earth and in air, security measures during the work on aircraft parking;

3) technique of working off of sequence of operations according to preflight and post-flight procedures, including determination of take-off mass and lining, survey and servicing of the airplane;

4) technique airfield transactions and scheme of the organization of movement, collision avoidance and precautionary measure;

5) technique of preparation for accomplishment of horizontal flight, turns, climb and decrease on different engine power settings;

6) technique of preparation for taking-off, creation of rectangular course, calculation on landing and landings;

7) training technique in start, warming up, approbation and stop of the engine, taxing and maintaining radio communication;

8) technique of studying of the instruction for production of flights in airfield, the terminal area in radius of 100 km;

9) technique of studying of meteorological features of the flying area;

10) technique of studying of the emergency equipment of the airplane and procedure for its use;

11) technique of studying land and maintenance of the airplane;

12) technique of check of readiness of the candidate pilot for accomplishment of training flights.

220. The flight instructor who is carrying out land preparation increases number of hours reasonably.

Paragraph 5. Flight training

221. The listener instructor who had theoretical training, technique of carrying out trial in cabin of the corresponding type of AF and technique of carrying out land preparation is allowed to passing of the program of flight training.

222. The pilot having the qualification mark "flight instructor" in one type of AF when retraining on other type of AF after raid of 100 hours as KVS on the AF this type and flight check by the flight examiner in the certified AUTs performs functions of the flight instructor on this type of AF.

223. The listener - the instructor when passing flight training gains experience in determination of common errors to determine common errors, methods and acceptances of their correction. It should be noted that flight ability and discretion is the vital component of all flights. Thus, in case of accomplishment of each exercise on the earth and in air special attention is paid on the corresponding aspects of flight ability.

224. The due attention is paid to accomplishment of exercises of maneuvering in zone of flight restrictions with the reference to the Flight manual or other equivalent document, taking into account weight and lining of AF and the minimum safe heights to provide sufficient inventory of safety for recovery of normal flight run.

225. Preparation of plans of occupations is necessary condition of good training, and the student instructor receives good practice in planning and practical application of plans of lesson for optimum and safe accomplishment of flight exercises.

226. During passing of flight training the listener - the instructor takes the place where usually there is FI.

227. The program of flight (practical) training is developed separately for each category of flight instructors and type of AF.

228. For flight instructors of FI (A) and FI(H) - 15 hours of flight training from which 5 hours the raid with other applicant constitutes, 4 hours of preparation on devices and at least 2 hours on critical duties of flight.

229. The program of flight training is developed based on exercises of the program of the corresponding rate of initial preparation of LAPL(A), CPL(A) or CPL(H) respectively.

230. For flight instructors of FI (S) - 6 hours or 20 take-offs / landings of flight training.

231. The program of flight training is developed based on exercises of the program of the corresponding rate of initial preparation of ULAPL (S).

232. For flight instructors of FI(MHG) and FI (AG) - 10 hours of flight training, including 10 engine-throttled landings and at least 2 hours on critical duties of flight during preparation on the qualification mark "flight instructor".

233. The program of flight training is developed based on exercises of the program of the corresponding rate of initial preparation of ULAPL (MHG) and ULAPL(AG) respectively.

234. For flight instructors of FI (B) - 3 hours, including 3 starts.

235. The program of flight training is developed based on exercises of the program of the corresponding rate of initial preparation of ULAPL (B).

236. For flight instructors / instructors of the simulator for type of any AF (TRI/SFI):

1) 5 hours of flight training at the AF corresponding type or on the exercise machine, representing this AF type, piloted by one pilot, or 10 hours on the AF type with polynomial crew or on the exercise machine, representing this AF type;

2) content of exercises corresponds to exercises of adopted agenda of reeducation on the AF specific type;

3) SUBJECTS, CRM and proper use of flight ability is integrated in everything;

4) contents of the training program it is necessary to cover all significant exercises applicable to the AF type.

237. In the course of passing of the program the listener instructor studies the specific training device, its restrictions, opportunity and function of safety control, including application of means of the emergency evacuation.

238. The applicant acquires abilities on carrying out practical training from workplace of the instructor of the exercise machine.

239. Besides, before flight check on AF, the listener instructor receives practice of accomplishment of flight training from any pilot's place in cabin of AF.

240. When passing preparation according to the MP TRI program special attention should be paid to procedures of interaction in crew. When passing preparation according to the SP TRI program, the attention is paid to features of SP to operational transactions.

241. Practical and flight training for instructors on any class of airplanes (CRI): it is aimed at providing that the listener - the instructor acquired abilities safely and to effectively provide training of pilots for acquisition of qualification mark in SP of operation in single-engine or multi-engine class.

242. Flight training is carried out as by the airplane, and the certified flight simulator.

243. Flight ability is the most important component of all training program. The main objective of the listener - the instructor to learn to distinguish and correct properly the characteristic mistakes made by the student - the pilot.

244. For receipt of qualification of IRI on AF certified for operation by one pilot flight training in amount is carried out:

for IRI (A) - at least 10 hours of flight by the airplane, FFS, FTD 2/3 or FPNT II. In case of the applicants having the certificate of FI (A), these hours are reduced to 5;

for IRI (H) of, at least, 10 hours of flight by helicopter, FFS, FTD 2/3 or FNPT II/III;

This preparation is carried out on purpose:

1) developments of the instructor abilities necessary for instrument flying training and radio navigation;

To provide 2) that flight abilities of the applicant on accomplishment of tool flight were the level providing safe flight execution.

Chapter 17. Standard programs of professional training for issue of the certificate of members of flight crew

Paragraph 1. Standard programs of professional training for issue of the certificate of the navigator

245. When training navigators from among the aeronautical personnel having certificates of flight personnel, preparation amount at least 200 hours.

246. Training of the candidate provides development and demonstration of level of knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the owner of the certificate of the navigator are given in appendix 18 to these Standard programs.

Paragraph 2. Standard programs of professional training for issue of the certificate of the flight engineer (aircraft mechanic)

247. The amount of theoretical preparation, is at least - 200 hours.

248. The amount of flight training, is at least - 100 hours.

249. Training of the candidate provides development and demonstration of level of theoretical knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the owner of the certificate of the flight engineer (aircraft mechanic) are given in appendix 19 to these Standard programs.

250. The candidate shows the level of knowledge which corresponds to the rights granted to the holder of the certificate of the flight engineer, at least, in the following areas:

1) navigation bases, principle of operation and operation of the AF systems;

2) operational aspects of meteorology;

3) human factor, management of threats and mistakes.

Paragraph 3. Standard programs of professional training for issue of the certificate of the flight radio operator

251. The total amount of professional training of the flight radio operator is determined by the relevant qualification requirements and are developed by AUTs or the company of civil aviation.

252. Requirements to abilities and knowledge of rules of conducting radio-fraquency voice communication and phraseology are similar to requirements for issue of certificates of pilots of AF.

Chapter 18. Standard programs of retraining and maintenance of professional level

Paragraph 1. Retraining of pilots for receipt of the certificates ULAPL (MHG) or (Ag)

253. For issue of the certificate ULAPL (MHG) or (Ag) to the owner of the certificate of other type of AF theoretical occupations and examinations in general disciplines are completely set off if the term of their action did not expire, including:

1) air legislation;

2) human factor in aircraft;

3) aviation meteorology;

4) communicating device. Rules of conducting radio exchange and VFR of phraseology;

5) rescue preparation.

254. Without limiting action of the above-stated Item, for issue of the certificate ULAPL (MHG) or (Ag), the owner of the certificate of other type of AF has theoretical training in volume of at least 25 hours, including examinations, on the following special disciplines:

1) practical aerodynamics of AF;

2) aerial navigation;

3) design of AF and his flight operation;

4) design of the power unit and its flight operation;

5) electrical, instrument and radio navigational equipment of the air vehicle and their flight operation;

6) operational procedures. Flight manual;

7) rules of the organization of technical training and operation of AF.

255. Flight training includes at least 10 hours from which, at least, 8 hours with the instructor and at least 2 hours of independent raid.

256. Results of offsettings and examinations on retrainings are not the basis for prolongation of qualification (ratings) and special marks in certificates of pilots.

Paragraph 2. Retraining of pilots for receipt of the certificates LAPL (A) and PPL (A) & (H)

257. For issue of certificates of category LAPL or PPL, to the owner of certificates of other types of AF theoretical occupations and examinations in general disciplines are completely set off if the term of their action did not expire, including:

1) air legislation;

2) human factor in aircraft;

3) aviation meteorology;

4) communicating device. Rules of conducting radio exchange and VFR of phraseology;

5) rescue preparation.

258. Without limiting action of the above-stated Item, for issue of certificates of category LAPL or PPL, the owner of the certificate on management of other aircraft category has theoretical training in volume of at least 50 hours, including examinations, on the following special disciplines:

1) practical aerodynamics of the air vehicle;

2) aerial navigation;

3) aircraft design and its flight operation;

4) design of the power unit and its flight operation;

5) electrical, instrument and radio navigational equipment of the air vehicle and their flight operation;

6) operational procedures. Flight manual;

7) rules of the organization of technical training and operation of AF.

259. For issue of the certificate of category PPL (A), to the owner of category LAPL (A) theoretical occupations and examination estimates are completely set off. Flight training includes at least 5 hours, from them independent raid - 2 hours.

260. Flight training of the holder of the certificate ULAPL (MHG) or (Ag) on other type of AF for issue of the certificate of category LAPL (A), PPL (A) or PPL(H), includes at least 25 flight hours from which:

1) at least 15 hours with the instructor, including flights on critical duties and on devices; and

2) at least 5 hours of independent raid, and

3) at least 2 flights along routes, including 1 (one) weed independently (solo) along route at least 270 km long with landings to full stop in 2 different airfields which are not departure airfield.

261. Training of the holder of the certificate LAPL (A) on the light untight piston driven aircraft with the take-off mass of 5 700 kg and less which operation requires availability of two pilots includes theoretical preparation in volume of at least 50 hours and flight training in the certified AUTs in volume of at least 8 hours from which:

1) at least 6 hours with the instructor; and

2) at least 2 hours of independent raid, including 10 takes off and landing independently.

262. After successful check of flight abilities the candidate carries out the pilot's obligations by the one piston engined aircraft with the take-off mass of 5700 kg and less.

263. Flight training of the holder of the certificate of category LAPL (A) or PPL (A) from one type on other aircraft type with one piston engine includes at least 3 hours, including 10 takes off and landing with the instructor, and 10 takes off and landing independently.

264. The candidate having the certificate LAPL (A) or PPL (A) with the qualification mark "the one piston engined aircraft-SEP" on receipt of the qualification mark "the multi piston engined aircraft-MEP" in light aircrafts with one pilot has flight training lasting at least 5 watch from which with the instructor:

1) at least 1 hour on critical duties of flight of the multi engined aircraft; and

2) at least 3 hours of flight training according to procedures of engine failure and techniques of asymmetric flight;

3) at least 1 hour of solo flights around.

265. At the same time theoretical preparation on special disciplines constitutes at least 8 hours.

266. Flight training of the holder of the certificate LAPL (A), PPL (A) or CPL(A) with the qualification mark "the one piston engined aircraft-SEP" when retraining on new type of the one piston engined aircraft includes at least 3 hours. At the same time theoretical preparation on special disciplines depends on modification of airplane structure and the engine and constitutes at least 6 hours.

267. Flight training of the holder of the certificate LAPL (A), PPL (A) or CPL(A) with the qualification mark "the multi piston engined aircraft-MEP" when retraining on new type of the multi piston engined aircraft includes at least 3 hours. At the same time theoretical preparation on special disciplines depends on modification of airplane structure and the engine and constitutes at least 6 hours.

268. Flight training of the holder of the certificate of category of PPL(H) or CPL (N) on other type of the helicopter includes at least 10 hours, them them, at least, 7 hours with the instructor and at least 2 hours of independent raid.

269. The owner of the qualification mark "the flight instructor-FI" in one type of easy and extralight AF, after retraining on other type of easy and extralight AF, raid at least 100 hours as KVS and the corresponding flight check in the certified AUTs on the AF this type, performs functions of the flight instructor on this type of AF.

270. The acting flight instructors having are allowed to independent development of types of the lungs and ultralight aircrafts which were earlier not operated in the territory of Kazakhstan:

1) raid as KVS at least 1000 hours and the operating qualification mark "flight instructor" at least 3 years;

2) the mastered at least three AF types.

271. At the same time flight training includes at least 5 hours, including on critical duties at least 2 hours of flight time.

272. Results of offsettings and examinations on retrainings are not the basis for prolongation of qualification (ratings) and special marks in certificates of pilots.

Paragraph 3. Retraining of members of flight crew

273. For receipt of the right of management on new type (class) of the air vehicle the member of flight crew graduates retraining in theoretical objects according to adopted agendas taking into account difference of different types and/or classes of air vehicles.

274. The candidate has theoretical training on new type (class) of the air vehicle on the following special disciplines given in appendix 20 to Standard programs. The amount of theoretical preparation is determined by Aviation training center depending on type (class) of AF.

Note. Programs are constituted in relation to each type (class) of AF, taking into account requirements of the AF developer.

275. Additional preparation in case of distinction of the equipment (differences training and familiarization training) is carried out on the corresponding AF or the training device:

1) in case of considerable change of the equipment and/or procedures for types or options of AF;

2) in case of operation of alternative version of the airplane of the same type or other type of the same class; or

3) in case of operation of different versions of helicopters which are operated.

276. Fact-finding course is conducted if:

1) operation of different helicopters or airplanes of the same type is performed; or

2) in case of introduction of considerable change of the equipment and/or procedures for types or options of AF which are operated now.

277. The amount of training and flight training is determined independently depending on specific type or class AF and characteristics of the exercise machine, for achievement of the training level providing the safe result of flight.

278. In the absence of flight training on AF in the course of retraining on other AF (new) types (in case of application of the ZFTT procedure - zero flight time training), according to the program of preparation, allows carrying out preparation on training devices of imitation of flight conditions like IV on classification ICAO (the complex flight educational and training device meeting, at least, the requirements to the exercise machine (FFS) of level C and level D specified in the document EASACSFSTD (A) with changes and also in the document FAA AC 120-40B with changes including the alternative means of ensuring of compliance (AMOS) allowed in the document AC 120-40B).

279. Course of flight training on the exercise machine using the ZFTT procedure is taken by pilots of polynomial crew of multi engine aircrafts with the maximum certified take-off mass more than 10 tons or with configuration of more than 19 passengers if:

1) for rate of flight training FFS qualified for the CG, C level or intermediate level of C in the presence of raid of 1 500 hours or 250 route sectors was used;

2) for rate of flight training FFS qualified for the DG or D level in the presence of raid of 500 hours or 100 route sectors was used.

280. Approval of the procedure of flight training using (ZFTT) is provided only AUTs which have the air operator certificate for accomplishment of commercial air transportations or AUTs, having certain agreement with operators of civil air vehicles.

281. Approval on training of pilots according to the program of flight training using ZFTT is issued to the operators having at least 90-day in-service experience of AF of this type.

In case of application of the procedure of flight training for the ZFTT program in AUTs which have the special arrangement with the operator, requirements of availability of 90-day in-service experience of AF of this type it is not applied, with the assistance of the instructor on type (TRI (A)) in additional takes off and landing having in-service experience on AF of this type.

282. For initial approval of the ZFTT procedure the operator has the air operator certificate for accomplishment of commercial air transportations at least 1 year.

This period is reduced if the operator and AUTs GA have experience of training in the program of assignment of qualification mark.

283. In programs of retraining imitation of airfield training which is carried out in completion of course of training and is set off as flight training is entered.

When the pilot passes from turbo-propeller to the turbo jet aircraft or from turbojet to the turbo propeller aircraft, the additional training on the exercise machine is required.

284. In the absence of possibility of using of the exercise machine of the AF this type, in some cases, trial in cabin of AF according to the program approved by authorized organization is carried out.

285. Flight training (base training) is carried out by the skilled type instructor and/or the examiner for comprehensive acquaintance of the member of flight crew with all aspects of restrictions and normal procedures, to particular cases and the emergency procedures connected with the air vehicle.

286. When planning flight training by airplanes with the flight crew consisting of two pilots or more special attention is paid to practice of LOFT with emphasis on CRM and to use of procedures of coordination of crew, including action in case of incapacity of one crew member.

287. Breaks between the end of flight training on KTC (FFS) and the beginning of flight training by the airplane it is strictly controlled.

288. In case of break between flight training for KTC (FFS) and the beginning of flight training by the airplane more than 90 days the listener takes examination in knowledge of flight manual and to have flight training on the integration simulator (FFS) in amount at the discretion of the instructor.

289. In case of break over 1 year the listener has theoretical training and flight training on the integration simulator (FFS) in full.

290. Pilots to whom the qualification mark based on flight training on the exercise machine ("ZFTT") was appropriated:

1) begin flight training under observation of the instructor no later than in 21 days after completion of the test for ability or after the termination of rate of retraining. Content of rate of retraining is brought in management on production of flights of the operator;

2) is completed by six takes off and landing on FSTD no later than in 21 days after completion of the test for ability under observation of the instructor ("TRI (A)").

If takes off and landing were not executed within 21 days, the listener has additional land training in amount at the discretion of the instructor;

3) to carry out the first four takes off and landing of LIFUS in the airplane under observation of TRI (A).

Paragraph 4. Maintenance of professional level

291. The operator constitutes and carries out the program of land and flight training which is approved by authorized organization and guarantees proper training of all members of flight crew for accomplishment assigned to them obligations.

292. The program of professional training is developed by the operator or AUTs based on these Standard programs and provides proper training of all members of flight crew for accomplishment assigned to them obligations and also:

1) provides means of land and flight training, teachers and instructors of the corresponding qualification;

2) consists of land, training and flight training on type (types) of air vehicles at which members of flight crew work;

3) includes working off of interaction of members of flight crew, and also training in actions in case of all types of emergency and exclusive environment or the mode caused by defects of the power unit, glider or systems, the fire or other negative factors;

4) includes preparation on prevention of difficult attitudes and conclusion from them;

5) includes preparation for the purpose of mastering knowledge and skills concerning schemes of visual flights and fly-by-wires in the expected area of production of flights, creation of cards, characteristics of efficiency of the person including control of factors of threat and mistakes, and transportation of dangerous goods;

6) is provided by carrying out training so that all personnel on flight execution of the air vehicle knew functions which it performs and as these functions are connected with functions of other crew members of the air vehicle, including in case of accomplishment of emergency or emergency procedures;

7) is provided by acquaintance of again employed member of flight crew with its obligations and functions, requirements of the operator for accomplishment of flights;

8) repeats through the certain periods established by authorized organization and provides evaluating preparation.

293. The program of annual land preparation is constituted by the modular principle with obligatory studying of the systems of the air vehicle during three the summer period given in appendix 20 to Standard programs and also has practical focus with obligatory studying:

1) features of accomplishment of flights on the AF specific type, including anti-icing processing of AF on the earth;

2) service regulations of the new aircraft equipment (if necessary);

3) repeating of operational procedures (SOP);

4) the analysis of flight accidents for causes of failure of aviation engineering and human factor;

5) actions in case of loss of capacity to act of the pilot in flight;

6) studying of again accepted domestic and international standards and rules.

294. The additional list of programs for maintenance of professional level of members of flight crews are developed based on Standard programs for training courses according to appendix 21 to these Standard programs.

295. Terms of passing of rates of maintenance of professional level of members of flight crews are specified in appendix 21 to these Standard programs.

296. Requirements for maintenance of professional level can be met by means of passing of resident or distance training with the subsequent tests and examinations (testing) in disciplines in cool audience.

297. In the presence of the relevant agreements use of opportunities for training of third parties, but on condition of obligatory responsibility of AUTs GA (civil aviation organization) for quality of training of the specific specialist is allowed.

298. Documents on the termination of rate of professional training are issued to listeners after completion of all stages according to adopted agenda. Documents on the termination only of one preparation stage are recognized invalid.

299. The requirement of rather repeated flight training on the AF specific type is considered executed if:

1) were used, in that degree in which it is advisable to authorized organization, the training devices of imitation flight approved by authorized organization for this purpose; or

2) it was performed through certain time of training level on the AF this type.

300. Each member of flight crew, is periodically checked to show the competence of carrying out normal, emergency and emergency procedures.

301. Training preparation on synthetic flight trainer is carried out at least once:

1) in 6 months +/-1 month 2 times a year, with a total amount of 16 watch in year;

2) in 3 months +/-1 months 4 times a year, with a total amount of 12 watch of year.

In all cases terms of training preparation are not exceeded by 12 months, in case of increase in term for 1 month, the term of the subsequent preparation is reduced by 1 month.

302. The training preparation which is carried out for the three-year period is carried out according to developed scenarios on all particular and emergency cases, including conditions of actual flight (LOFT), with the main orientation on achievement of optimum interaction with the maximum use of resource of crew (CRM), with inclusion of the CFIT elements and obligatory working off of actions in case of different failures of power units, refusals in aircraft control systems and high-lift devices, emergence of the fire.

303. For the members of flight crew who are carrying out flights on several types of air vehicles passing of training on the exercise machine on all types of air vehicles with frequency at least is obligatory 3 years.

304. Requirements of rather flight training on specific aircraft type are considered executed if:

1) the training devices of imitation of flight conditions allowed by authorized organization or authorized body were used.";

for this purpose;

2) through certain time training level (check of practical work in air and abilities to be effective in emergency environment), on this aircraft type was performed.

305. These checks are performed twice within any consecutive 12 months, with interval at least 120 days (one check on the integration simulator (FFS) approved by authorized organization or authorized body is allowed). Check amount on FFS at least 2 hours.

306. The program of proficiency check (type rating) of members of flight crew in the following procedure:

1) before check on AF the training on the FFS exercise machine is observed, the term of passing of training on FFS does not exceed 6 months or 3 months before conducting flight check (according to RPP of the operator);

2) the proficiency check for pilots and navigators is carried out by the pilot examiner (in the presence in civil aviation organization of the navigator examiner carrying out proficiency check for the navigator by the navigator examiner is allowed), the flight radio operator is carried out by the commander of AF, for other members of flight and cabin crew is performed by the corresponding examiners in the specialty;

3) on AF, allowed to fly-by-wires and night flights, qualification checking is carried out in day and night flights. Accomplishment of check is allowed to carry out in trip conditions 2 flights (in 1 afternoon and 1 night), in airfield conditions 2 flights (4 calling day and night, or only at night). General time of check at least 1 hour 30 minutes, under meteoconditions not below the minimum checking;

4) on AF, the fly-by-wires which are not allowed to accomplishment and night flights, the proficiency check is made in the afternoon (if necessary with visibility restriction imitation) under meteoconditions not below the minimum checking according to the above technique;

5) on motor and motorless extralight AF, with all types of management, one-seat the flight instructor performs, being on the earth in mutual field of view of the piloting pilot and instructor (general time of check at least 1 hour, in the afternoon, under the meteoconditions providing check accomplishment, the number of flights is determined by the instructor), on two-seat AF is performed in cabin of AF;

6) depending on types of check record in flight book is drawn up, the act of proficiency check or record in task for training is drawn up (if necessary).

307. The estimates received when passing annual theoretical preparation on rates of maintenance of professional level are valid for prolongation of effective period of qualification (ratings) and special marks in certificates of aeronautical personnel current of 12 months + 1 month.

308. For confirmation of the certificate of the flight instructor of FI or IRI the owner of the certificate carries out 2 of the following 3 requirements:

To execute 1) for FI (A) and (H) at least 50 hours according to the program of flight training in the corresponding category of air vehicles during certificate effective period as FI, TRI, CRI, IRI or the examiner.

If the applicant is allowed to fly-by-wires (IR) that he accumulated less than 10 flight hours according to the program of flight training for IR within the last 12 months preceding expiry date of the certificate FI;

2) for FI (As) flew at least 20 hours of flight on airships as FI, IRI or as the examiner during certificate effective period.

If the applicant is allowed to fly-by-wires (IR) that he accumulated at least 10 flight hours according to the program of flight training for IR within the last 12 months preceding expiry date of the certificate FI;

The raid constitutes 3) for FI (S) at least 30 hours or 60 take-off according to the program of flight training at gliders as FI or as the examiner during certificate effective period;

The raid constitutes 4) for FI (B) at least 6 hours according to the program of flight training at balloons as FI or as the examiner during certificate effective period.

Attends seminar practical work of instructors during effective period of the certificate of FI.

Undergoes competency evaluation on AF or the exercise machine (maintenance of professional level) according to requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 16 presents of Standard programs, within 12 months preceding expiry date of the certificate FI.

5) For prolongation of the certificate of the instructor of FI, the applicant within 12 months before prolongation:

attends seminar for instructors;

undergoes competency evaluation on AF or the exercise machine (maintenance of professional level) according to requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 16 presents of Standard programs.

The certificate of the instructor of FI, TRI/SFI, CRI, IR is valid within 3 years.

309. For confirmation of the certificate of the instructor on aircraft type (TRI (A)) the applicant within the last 12 months preceding expiry date of the certificate carries out one of the following 3 requirements:

1) conducts one of the following parts of training course:

session of training preparation lasting at least 3 watch or one exercise on AF at least 1 hour including at least 2 takes off and landing;

2) is received by advanced training of instructors as TRI in the certified (acknowledged) AUTs;

3) undergoes competency evaluation according to requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 16 presents of Standard programs.

310. For confirmation of the certificate of the instructor on type of the helicopter (TRI (N)) or the air vehicle with system of increase in lifting force (TRI (PL)) the applicant during effective period of the certificate of TRI carries out 2 of the following 3 requirements:

The raid of 50 hours according to the program of flight training on each of types of air vehicles for which training programs or the FSTD exercise machine, the corresponding type are provided, from which at least 15 flight hours within 12 months preceding expiry date of the certificate of TRI has 1).

For the instructor of TRI (PL) these hours of flight training are carried out as the examiner of TRI or type (TRE) or the instructor on flight trainers of SFI or the examiner (SFE);

2) undergoes retraining of instructors as TRI in certified (recognized) by authorized organization or the AUTs authorized body;

3) undergoes competency evaluation on maintenance of professional level according to requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 16 presents of Standard programs.

311. If the certificate of the instructor on the TRI (A) type expired, the applicant:

1) within the last 12 months preceding the request is carried out by 30 route sectors, including takes off and landing on the corresponding aircraft type from which no more than 15 flight sectors can be executed on the exercise machine;

2) graduates TRI corresponding part in certified (recognized) by authorized organization or the AUTs authorized body;

3) holds training according to the program of proficiency check in volume of at least 3 hours of flight on applicable aircraft type under observation of TRI (A).

312. For prolongation of the certificate of the instructor on type of the TRI (H) or TRI (PL) helicopters (the air vehicle with system of increase in lifting force) the applicant within 12 months before prolongation:

1) receives retraining of instructors as TRI in certified (recognized) by authorized organization or the AUTs authorized body which covers the corresponding elements of training course of TRI;

2) undergoes competency evaluation on maintenance of professional level according to requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 15 presents of Standard programs.

313. For confirmation of the certificate on the class CRI the applicant within 12 months preceding expiry date of the certificate of CRI:

1) carries out flight training as CRI, in volume of at least 10 hours. If the applicant of CRI is allowed, both on single-motor, and by multiengined airplanes, 10 hours of flight training are equally distributed between single-engined and multiengined airplanes; or

2) undergoes retraining according to the program of instructors as CRI in certified (recognized) by authorized organization or the AUTs authorized body which covers the corresponding elements of training course of CRI;

3) undergoes competency evaluation on maintenance of professional level for multi-engine or single-engine AF according to requirements with requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 16 presents of Standard programs.

314. For prolongation of the certificate of the instructor on the class CRI, the applicant within 12 months before prolongation:

1) receives retraining according to the program of instructors as CRI in certified (recognized) by authorized organization or the AUTs authorized body which covers the corresponding elements of training course of CRI;

2) undergoes competency evaluation on AF or the exercise machine (maintenance of professional level) according to requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 16 presents of Standard programs.

315. For confirmation of the certificate of the instructor on flight trainers of SFI the applicant during effective period of SFI, carries out 2 of the following 3 requirements:

Flew 1) 50 hours on FSTD as the instructor or the examiner from whom at least 15 hours within 12 months preceding expiry date of the certificate of SFI;

2) undergoes retraining as SFI in certified (recognized) by authorized organization AUTs;

3) undergoes competency evaluation on maintenance of professional level according to requirements of Chapter of 17 presents of Standard programs.

In amendment, the applicant carries out on FFS skill test for issue of qualification marks of specific types of air vehicles.

For each alternative repeated certification of the certificate of SFI the owner observes the requirement of the subitem 3 presents of Item.

316. For prolongation of the certificate of the instructor on flight trainers of SFI, the applicant within 12 months preceding the statement:

1) receives retraining on course of training on the SFI exercise machine;

2) undergoes retraining as SFI in certified (recognized) by authorized organization or the AUTs authorized body;

3) undergoes competency evaluation on the exercise machine (maintenance of professional level) according to requirements of paragraphs 4, of the 5th Chapter of 16 presents of Standard programs.

Chapter 19. Standard programs of professional training of personnel for maintenance of AF and his components, the personnel involved in maintenance of the flight validity of AF

317. Standard programs of initial training of personnel for maintenance of AF (further within this subsection - "Standard programs") are regulated by the minimum amount of initial preparation for the specified personnel which increase if necessary and reasons. Modules and subject of disciplines are given in appendix 22 ("Configuration from modules") to these Standard programs.

318. For candidates for possession of the certificate of the specialist in TO of AF of categories / subcategories "And", "B1", by "B2" and "B3" the amount of initial preparation/percent of theoretical training is determined according to appendix 23 to these Standard programs.

319. When training in AUTs the relation (proportion) of theoretical training to practical remains within requirements of the table of this Item, and in case of independent studying of the program and its separate modules, requirements to duration of theoretical training do not exist.

320. For candidates for possession of the certificate of the specialist on THAT AF of categories / subcategories "And", "B1", "B2" and "B3" is allowed development of programs of initial preparation (modules) independently with the subsequent examination in authorized organization or in AUTs which delegates the right of acceptance of examinations.

321. Upon transition from one category / subcategory of the certificate of the specialist on THAT AF to another, the specialist:

1) has training in AUTs or studies modules of the program for required category / subcategory of the certificate independently in volume of difference of levels within each obligatory module for this category / subcategory according to appendix of 22 presents of Standard programs, and also studies missing modules in that category of the certificate for which it applies then takes examinations; and

Gains 2) and proves practical experience in THAT to AF in that category for which it applies, requirements to which are stated in "Rules of issue and prolongation of effective period of certificates of aeronautical personnel", and feature of its acquisition - in "Qualification requirements to the maintenance worker of air vehicles".

322. AUTs determines duration of studying of subjects or objects within each module independently, except for the modules determined by the following item of these rules where duration of training is determined and fixed.

323. Training duration for some modules is determined by the following requirements:

1) "Module 10RK. Kazakhstan and international aviation legislation" / "Module 10RK. Kazakhstan and International Aviation Legislation" - 4 days (21 hour) / with examination;

2) "Module 9. Possibilities of the person in relation to maintenance of AF" / "Module 9. Human Factors" - 2 days (12 hours) / with examination.

324. In these Standard programs levels of competences which the candidate for receipt of the certificate of the specialist in AF and levels of competences of the owner of the certificate of the specialist in AF for entering of qualification mark into such certificate has are determined.

325. In these Standard programs for initial training of specialists on THAT AF is provided the modular principle which does not change in case of development of training programs in other forms of education.

326. The description of basic skills ("Basic Skills) stated in annex 24 to these Standard programs which are skills training for candidates for receipt of the certificate of the specialist on THAT AF of categories / subcategories "And", "B1", "B2" is provided in these Standard programs.

327. "The standard of examinations of initial preparation" is stated in annex 25 to these Standard programs.

328. In these Standard programs basic knowledge (indicators) to which there corresponds trainee on completion of initial preparation for the purpose of receipt of the certificate of aeronautical personnel of categories (subcategories) "And", "B1", "B2" and "B3" or qualification mark of categories "B1", "B2", "B3", "C" in such certificate are designated by levels of knowledge (1, 2 or 3). In case of determination of levels of knowledge when training on the AF type, and also theoretical part when training in accomplishment of tasks of the mechanic of category "A" are used the classification determined by Item 2 of appendix 26 "Training levels on the AF type" to these Standard programs, and for initial preparation - Item of 329 presents of Standard programs.

329. Indicators of basic knowledge of initial preparation are differentiated respectively by signs and the purposes:

1) level 1 - acquaintance with leading particulars of subject, at the same time the candidate:

it is acquainted with Basic Elements of subject;

it is capable to give the simple description of subject, using general words and examples;

it is capable to use terms, characteristic of subject;

2) level 2 - general knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of subject and capability to apply this knowledge, at the same time the candidate is capable:

understand fundamental theory of subject;

give the general description of the used subject where it is necessary to give examples;

use mathematical formulas, lashing them to the physical laws in case of the description of subject;

read and understand sketches, drawings and schemes in case of the description of subject;

put the knowledge into practice, using detailed procedures;

3) level 3 - profound knowledge of theoretical and practical aspects of subject and capability to combine and apply separate elements of knowledge in logical and comprehensive manner, at the same time the candidate:

knows the theory of subject and interrelation with other subjects;

it is capable to describe in details subject, using fundamental theory and characteristic examples;

it is capable to understand and use the mathematical formulas relating to subject;

it is capable to read, understand and prepare the sketches, simple drawings and schemes describing subject;

it is capable to put the knowledge into practice, using instructions of the producer;

it is capable to understand the results of the actions received from different sources and measures of measurements and to adjust, as necessary, the actions.

330. Standards of training and examinations of aeronautical personnel on THAT AF and his components, personnel on maintenance of the flight validity of AF are stated in the corresponding annexes to these Standard programs and include:

1) "The standard of examinations of initial preparation" is stated in annex 25 to these Standard programs;

2) "The standard of training on the AF type, holding examinations - practical training" is stated in annex 26 to these Standard programs;

3) "The standard of training in rates of retraining and maintenance of professional level of personnel on THAT AF and its components, personnel on maintenance of the flight validity of AF" is stated in annex 27 to these Standard programs.

331. Courses programs for the personnel involved in maintenance of AF and/or maintenance of the flight validity of AF are stated in the corresponding annexes to these Standard programs and include:

1) "Safety of fuel tanks / CDCCL - Phases 1 and 2" / "Fuel Tank Safety/CDCCL - Phases 1 and 2" according to appendix 28 to these Standard programs;

2) "System of electrical wiring and electrical connections - EWIS" / "Electrical Wiring Interconnection System, EWIS" according to appendix 29 to these Standard programs;

3) "Possibilities of the person in relation to maintenance of AF - initial preparation" / "Initial Human Factors" according to appendix 30 to these Standard programs;

4) "Technical operation of AF, ETOPS which are carrying out flights by rules" / "ETOPS Maintenance" according to appendix 31 to these Standard programs;

5) "Assessment of safety of foreign AF (SAFA)" / "Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft, SAFA" according to appendix 32 to these Standard programs;

6) "Training in tasks of field service of AF" / "ACFT Service Tasks Training" according to appendix 33 to these Standard programs;

7) "Training in practical accomplishment of tasks, to the owners of certificates of category "A" / "Cat A Tasks Training" determined to accomplishment according to appendix 34 to these Standard programs;

8) "Possibilities of the person, in relation to maintenance of AF - maintenance of professional level" / "Human Factors - Continuation Training" according to appendix 35 to these Standard programs;

9) "The aviation legislation - maintenance of professional level" / "Aviation Legislation - Continuation Training" according to appendix 36 to these Standard programs;

10) "Safety of fuel tanks / CDCCL - maintenance of professional level" / "Fuel Tank Safety/CDCCL Continuation Training" according to appendix 37 to these Standard programs;

11) "Mistakes in maintenance and repair of AF, the notes revealed in the course of audits of the organization for TO and PAT, materials of investigations of the aviation events and incidents connected with maintenance and repair of AF and the recommendations developed in them" according to appendix 38 to these Standard programs;

12) "System of electrical wiring and electrical connections (EWIS) - maintenance of professional level" / "Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS) - Continuation Training" according to appendix 39 to these Standard programs;

13) "General fact-finding rate with AF (XXXXX - the AF type) with engines is specified (YYYYY - the engine type is specified)" / "General Aircraft Familiarization Course ХХХХХ (YYYYY)" according to appendix 40 to these Standard programs;

14) "Maintenance of professional level of the personnel occupied in service and/or THAT with AF and also other personnel providing maintenance of the flight validity of AF" / "to Continuation Training for Servesing, Maintenance and Continuing Airworthiness Staff" according to appendix 41 to these Standard programs;

15) "The minimum list of rates on maintenance of professional level of specialists on THAT AF and the list of rates of initial preparation for them" according to appendix 42 to these Standard programs;

16) "The standard program of competences of personnel of the organization of TO and PAT and personnel for maintenance of the flight validity of AF" according to appendix 43 to these Standard programs;

17) "The aviation internal auditor" / "Aviation Internal Auditor" according to appendix 44 to these Standard programs;

18) "The training program on the MI-8T AF type with TB2-117, MI-8MTV-1 engines (Mi-172) with TB3-117BM engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 45 to these Standard programs;

19) "The program of practical training on Mi-8T helicopters; Mi-8MTB-1 (Mi-172) for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 46 to these Standard programs;

20) "The training program on the MI-8T AF type with TV2-117 engines; Mi-8MTB-1 (Mi-172) with TB3-117BM engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 47 to these Standard programs;

21) "The program of practical training of AF of MI-8T with TV2-117 engines; Mi-8MTB-1 (Mi-172) with TB3-117BM engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 48 to these Standard programs;

22) "The training program on the MI-2 AF type with the GTD-350 engine for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 49 to these Standard programs;

23) "The program of practical training of AF of MI-2 with the GTD-350 engine for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 50 to these Standard programs;

24) "The training program on the MI-2 AF type with the GTD-350 engine for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 51 to these Standard programs;

25) "The program of practical training of AF of MI-2 with the GTD-350 engine for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 52 to these Standard programs;

26) "The training program on the Ka-32a11vs AF type with TB3-117BMA engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 53 to these Standard programs;

27) "The program of practical training of AF of Ka-32a11vs with TB3-117BMA engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 54 to these Standard programs;

28) "The training program on the Ka-32a11vs AF type with TB3-117BMA engines - 350 for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 55 to these Standard programs;

29) "The program of practical training of AF of Ka-32a11vs with TB3-117BMA engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 56 to these Standard programs;

30) "The training program on the MI-8T AF type with TV2-117 engines; Mi-171 with TB3-117BM engines; Mi-171E with TB3-117BM engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 57 to the presents "To standard programs;

31) "The program of practical training on AF of MI-8T with TV2-117 engines; Mi-171 with TB3-117BM engines; Mi-171E with TB3-117BM engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 58 to these Standard programs;

32) "The training program on the MI-8T AF type with TV2-117 engines; Mi-171 with TB3-117BM engines; Mi-171E with TB3-117BM engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 59 to these Standard programs;

33) "The program of practical training on AF of MI-8T with TV2-117 engines; Mi-171 with TB3-117BM engines; Mi-171E with TB3-117BM engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 60 to these Standard programs;

34) "The training program on the MI-26T AF type with D-136 engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 61 to these Standard programs;

35) "The program of practical training on AF of Mi-26T with D-136 engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 62 to these Standard programs;

36) "The training program on the MI-26T AF type with D-136 engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 63 to these Standard programs;

37) "The program of practical training on AF of Mi-26T with D-136 engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 64 to these Standard programs;

38) "The training program on the An-2 AF type with the ASh-62IR engine for personnel of category "B1" and "B3" according to appendix 65 to these Standard programs;

39) "The program of practical training of AF of An-2 with the ASh-62IR engine for personnel of category "B1" and "B3" according to appendix 66 to these Standard programs;

40) "The training program on the An-2 AF type with the ASh-62IR engine for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 67 to these Standard programs;

41) "The program of practical training of AF of An-2 with the ASh-62IR engine for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 68 to these Standard programs;

42) "The training program on the An-24 AF type with the AI-24 engine for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 69 to these Standard programs;

43) "The program of practical training of AF of An-24 with the AI-24 engine for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 70 to these Standard programs;

44) "The training program on the An-24 AF type with the AI-24 engine for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 71 to these Standard programs;

45) "The program of practical training of AF of An-24 with the AI-24 engine for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 72 to these Standard programs;

46) "The training program on the L-410 UVP-E AF type with M-601E engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 73 to these Standard programs;

47) "The program of practical training of AF of L-410 UVP-E with M-601E engines for personnel of category "B1" according to appendix 74 to these Standard programs;

48) "The training program on the L-410 UVP-E AF type with M-601E engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 75 to these Standard programs;

49) "The program of practical training of AF of L-410 UVP-E with M-601E engines for personnel of category "B2" according to appendix 76 to these Standard programs.

332. On completion of initial preparation or training on the AF type, passing the corresponding examinations and, if necessary, assessment, to the trainee the certificate of recognition of "Recognition Certificate" for each successfully mastered module or the AF / engine type, at the same time entry in the certificate on the mastered AF type and the engine is issued will correspond to the accepted international reducings. Issue of the single certificate by results of successful development of the program of initial preparation for categories "A", "B1", "B2", "B3" with indication of in the certificate of those modules which it is successful, through examination is allowed, are mastered by the specialist.

333. On completion of the rates which are not getting under determination of Item of 338 presents of Standard programs, are issued to the participant:

1) the certificate of completion of rate of "Certificate of Completion" if the rate provides passing an examination, and also by results of passing of practical training (On the Job Training, OJT) which issue is approved previously with authorized organization. Certificate alternative by results of passing of practical training (OJT) are records on the mastered tasks of practical training (OJT) and assessment by the appraiser suitably qualified, appointed;

2) the certificate of visit of "Cerificate of Attendance" if the rate does not provide passing an examination.

334. Each repeated repeating an examination leads to entry in the certificate of result of the minimum ball through passage determined for this rate (for example, "75%") in independence of the achieved result exceeding lowest passing score.

335. Classifications of types of professional training of personnel on THAT AF are given in appendix 77 to these Standard programs.

336. In case of examination of trainees through examination regarding use they at examination of sources of information and literature, apply the principle stated in annex 78 to these Standard programs.

337. Programs of modules 9A and 10RK are applicable to mechanics on field service of AF, to candidates for possession and owners of the certificate of the specialist on THAT AF of categories "A", "B1", "B2", "C" and to other personnel, namely, to:

1) to administrative board and personnel of the organization of TO and PAT;

2) to the personnel occupied in maintenance of the flight validity of AF;

3) to the physical persons having the right to determine skill level of the aeronautical personnel occupied in THAT with AF;

4) to the personnel occupied in professional training of specialists of categories "A", "B1", "B2" and "With", including the mechanics involved in training in field service of AF and personnel of the organizations for TO and PAT.

338. Programs of modules 9B and 10RK are applicable to candidates for possession and owners of the certificate of the specialist on THAT AF of categories "B3" to other personnel (in the table are designated as "other personnel"), namely, to:

1) to administrative board and personnel of the organization of TO and PAT of AF of easy and extralight aircraft;

2) to the personnel occupied in maintenance of the flight validity of AF of easy and extralight aircraft;

3) to the physical persons having the right to determine skill level of the aeronautical personnel occupied in THAT with AF of easy and extralight aircraft;

4) to the personnel occupied in training and acceptance of examinations candidates for possession of the certificate of the specialist on THAT AF of categories "B3" and owners of such certificates including involved in personnel training of the organization of TO and PAT of easy and extralight aircraft.

339. The terms "practical element", "skills training", "practical preparation" have identical semantic value, however, it is necessary to consider that:

1) the term "Practical Element" is applied in case of designation of practical part of training on the AF type;

2) "Practical preparation" or "Skills training" - the training type providing transfer of skills to the trainee in accomplishment of specific objective or transaction on AF or his component. The practical training (On the Job Training) is considered as type of practical preparation or skills training which is necessary for receipt of the 1st record in the column "Rating" of category of the certificate of the specialist, new to the specialist, in AF, is held for the specialists servicing the AF heavy types and in the conditions of real AF. Practical preparation or skills training (Task Training) is provided when training in accomplishment of tasks of the mechanic of category "A", the mechanic in field service of AF, specialists in servicing of the AF components in laboratories and workshops, and also when carrying out other types of training providing transfer of skills from the supervisor or the instructor to the trainee in accomplishment of this or that transaction or task;

3) basic skills ("Basic Skills) stated in annex 24 to these Standard programs are skills training according to the single program and is considered as part of initial preparation which development is provided for candidates for receipt of the certificate of the specialist on THAT by AF of categories / subcategories "And", "B1", "B2".

Chapter 20. Standard programs of professional training of personnel for air traffic maintenance, the specialist of aeronautical information service, the specialist in the field of designing of air space / flight procedures and cartography, the specialist

Paragraph 1. General provisions

340. These Standard programs of professional training of personnel for the organization and air traffic maintenance, specialists of aeronautical information service, specialists in the field of design of air space / flight procedures and cartography, specialists determine the principles, procedure, the minimum amounts of professional training and the admission to independent work:

1) air traffic maintenance dispatchers, dispatchers of instructors, instructors of exercise machines, flight operations directors (the senior dispatchers of change) (further - Department of Internal Affairs);

2) specialists of the flight and information servicing (FIS) for flight information centers or bodies of airdrome flight and information service;

3) planning, control dispatchers and coordination of air traffic (further - PVD);

4) dispatchers the Briefing (further - the Briefing);

5) examiners of Department of Internal Affairs;

6) specialists in providing with aeronautical information (the specialist of aeronautical information service, the specialist in the field of design of air space / flight procedures and cartography, the specialist) (further - ANI).

341. Professional training of specialists in the organization and air traffic maintenance (further - air traffic management) is carried out for the purpose of ensuring compliance to the qualification requirements necessary in case of accomplishment of service duties. In case of implementation in processes of professional training of qualification training system and assessment, recommendations of documents ICAO 9868 PANS-TRG and 10056 are applied.

342. Initial preparation provides, and also development of initial, qualification knowledge, skills and installations for compliance to qualification requirements to specialists of the corresponding categories.

343. Retraining of specialists is carried out in case of change of nature and working conditions, system design (upgrade or replacement), specialty, specialization, work profile, and also for receipt of qualification marks.

344. Maintenance of professional level of specialists provides review, fixing, expansion of the existing knowledge and skills, including skills of collective work, acquaintance with changes of systems or the equipment, studying of new procedures and practice, training in actions in emergency, dangerous and emergency situations, and also recoveries of professional skills after work stoppages more than 6 months.

345. Elements in the field of English join in programs of professional training in addition, depending on necessary training of specialists for specific control office, zone of management or workplace.

346. At the same time programs in the field of English provide provision to listeners of knowledge and working off of skills for independent forming of ability at them at operating level on ICAO scale:

1) unambiguously and accurately to express on general, specific and work-related questions;

2) to use the corresponding methods of communication for exchange of messages, for recognition and elimination of misunderstanding (for example, by means of check, confirmation or refining of information);

3) successfully and it is rather easy to solve linguistic problems in case of complication or not expected change of events in the course of regular working situation or accomplishment of the known task of communication;

4) to use dialect or accent which are clear for aviation community.

Paragraph 2. Initial preparation and retraining of specialists of Department of Internal Affairs, PIO, PVD and Briefing

347. Initial training of specialists of Department of Internal Affairs, PVD and the Briefing includes the following stages constituting the total amount of training:

1) theoretical preparation;

2) training preparation (for dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs);

3) practical preparation.

348. Theoretical preparation is performed in case of the following main forms of education:

1) stationary day (complex, standard);

2) modular;

3) correspondence;

4) remote;

5) combined.

349. Training preparation is performed in case of the following main forms of education:

1) stationary day (complex, standard);

2) modular.

350. The program of initial preparation correspond to the following criteria:

1) by initial training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs from faces of flight personnel, the amount of preparation makes at least 360 class periods according to appendix 79 to these Standard programs;

2) by initial training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs from persons who do not have aviation education the total amount of preparation is made by at least 600 class periods according to appendix 79 to these Standard programs;

3) initial training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs is carried out as according to the comprehensive program including basic preparation and preparation on all qualification marks, and according to the modular program allowing to divide basic preparation and preparation on each qualification mark;

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5) in case of initial training of specialists of PVD or the Briefing from persons having qualification of the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs, the total amount of preparation constitutes at least 36 class periods which is equated to passing of specialists of training in the program of maintenance of professional level of dispatchers the Briefing and/or PVD;

5) in case of initial training of specialists of PVD or the Briefing from persons having qualification of the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs, the total amount of preparation constitutes at least 36 class periods which can be equated to passing of specialists of training in the program of maintenance of professional level of dispatchers the Briefing and/or PVD;

6) in case of initial training of specialists of PVD or the Briefing from persons belonging to other categories of aeronautical personnel, the total amount of preparation constitutes at least 160 class periods, according to the directions of preparation given for the program of maintenance of professional level of dispatchers the Briefing and/or PVD;

7) in case of initial training of specialists of PIO from faces of flight personnel (pilots or navigators), the amount of preparation makes at least 60 class periods according to appendix 79 to these Standard programs. At the same time passing of initial training of specialists of PIO from persons who had training as dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs is not required;

8) the amount of training preparation by initial training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs makes at least 240 class periods from the total amount determined in subitems 1) and 2) of this Item;

9) practical training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs by initial preparation is the implementable amount of training preparation;

10) the training on workplace is held after completion of initial preparation, the minimum amounts of training are given in appendix 80 to these Standard programs and are determined by control office (workplace) or workplace of the Flight information center or body of airdrome flight and information service on which implementation of professional activity of the candidate (trainee) is supposed, and also capability of the trainee to master this type of activity;

11) in case of implementation of new and additional requirements to professional training of personnel of Department of Internal Affairs, PVD and the Briefing determined by regulatory legal acts in the field of civil aviation of the Republic of Kazakhstan their realization in programs of professional training is obligatory, and the total quantity of the curriculum is adjusted.

12) the personnel participating in procedures, connected with professional training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs, except for auxiliary specialists of ensuring educational process have the corresponding education: aviation and/or professional training, or the corresponding professional training, and also operational (practical) experience in the organizations (the operational companies) of civil aviation for the acquired profession at least 2 years, and the system of preparation is under construction according to recommendations of documents ICAO 9868 PANS-TRG and 10056.

351. Training preparation by initial training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs, is obligatory part, and is implemented on the special dispatching exercise machines imitating air picture.

352. The training preparation performed within the program of initial training of dispatchers of Department of Internal Affairs is carried out under the leadership of the instructor of Department of Internal Affairs, at the same time working no more than with two trainees.

353. Retraining is carried out if necessary and will be organized for receipt of qualification marks or accomplishment of additional functions according to appendix 81 to these Standard programs.

354. Special training of personnel to be carried out in the following cases:

1) changes or implementations of rules (procedures);

2) commissioning of new systems;

3) according to the decision of the supplier of aeronautical services.

355. Special training of personnel of Department of Internal Affairs is implemented as the most aeronautical organization in the form of practical and training preparation, and in aviation training center in the form of separate rate, training. At the same time it is not required approval of the program of preparation (plan) in authorized organization.

Paragraph 3. The organization of training for receipt of the admission to work

356. To training for receipt of the admission to independent work on control office (workplace), in the Flight information center and body of airdrome flight and information service the persons who had the corresponding professional training and having the document confirming completion of training in adopted agenda are allowed.

357. The training is held under the direction of and constant control of the instructor having the admission to work on this control office (workplace).

The specialist's training for body of airdrome flight and information service is performed by the specialist having the admission to work in the specified body.

358. In case of the organization of new control office (workplace), the Flight information center, body of airdrome flight and information service, in the absence of the specialist having the admission on this control office (workplace), the training will be organized by imitation on the exercise machine, or other methods of modeling (draw) in volume of at least 10 hours.

In this case, holding training is performed by the instructor having the admission to work on workplace which provides accomplishment of similar functions which previously got acquainted with features of new control office according to subitems 1) - 11) Item of 361 these Standard programs.

359. The instructor, based on objective data on the trainee and personal meeting with it, constitutes the individual plan of holding training in which terms of studying of necessary documentation, terms and content of training preparation, time of the beginning of practical Department of Internal Affairs are determined (procedures on workplace). As required the instructor introduces necessary amendments in the plan of holding training.

360. Additional testing of the trainee in case of creation of the individual plan of holding training is allowed.

361. The plan of training on the Department of Internal Affairs control office includes:

1) studying of the master plan of airfield and its physical characteristics;

2) studying of organizational structure of service Department of Internal Affairs;

3) studying of structure of airspace;

4) studying of general engineering procedure of Department of Internal Affairs on control offices (TsPI, bodies of airdrome flight and information service);

5) studying of data on airfield;

6) acquaintance with the reference material used on this control office;

7) studying of procedure and features of interaction with adjacent control offices, TsPI, bodies of airdrome flight and information service, control facilities and coordination of flights;

8) acquaintance with meteorological providing control office (TsPI, bodies of airdrome flight and information service);

9) acquaintance with radio engineering flight operations systems in case of air traffic maintenance (TsPI, bodies of airdrome flight and information service);

10) acquaintance with terrestrial facilities of communication;

11) studying of control office (TsPI, bodies of airdrome flight and information service) (equipment and its operation) and features of Department of Internal Affairs;

12) studying of technology of work of the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs on this control office (TsPI, bodies of airdrome flight and information service) and applications of rules and phraseology of radio exchange;

13) practical activities (preparation).

The plan of training on other workplaces is constituted depending on their functions and tasks.

362. During training in addition to work on the main workplace acquaintance with work of dispatchers of adjacent control offices of the airport is provided.

363. After passing of the preliminary preparation provided by subitems 1) - 12) Item of 361 presents to Standard programs, the instructor carries out examination of the trainee and decision making about readiness of the trainee for the beginning of practical preparation.

364. Practical preparation includes instructor display of air traffic maintenance (procedures on workplace) the instructor and work of the trainee as the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs, the specialist of PIO, the dispatcher of planning, control and coordination of air traffic (PVD), the dispatcher Brifing, the flight operations director (the senior dispatcher of change), the instructor of Department of Internal Affairs.

365. Instructor display provides the practical activities of the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs shown by the instructor in the presence of the trainee which are followed:

1) explanations of characteristic examples of air picture;

2) explanation of methods and control procedures of air picture;

3) explanation of the reasons of acceptance and issue of dispatching decisions;

4) recommendations about occasion of distribution of attention under Department of Internal Affairs;

5) recommendations about use of RTS of Department of Internal Affairs;

6) recommendations about order of interaction with adjacent control offices;

7) explanations of other features, specific to specific workplace.

For other workplaces instructor display includes accomplishment of characteristic functions (technological tasks) of this workplace.

366. Work of the trainee as the dispatcher of Department of Internal Affairs (the specialist of PIO, planning, control and coordination of air traffic (PVD), the Briefing, the flight operations director (the senior dispatcher of change), the instructor of Department of Internal Affairs), provides partial or full implementation of functions under control of the instructor and is followed:

1) continuous control of the instructor of development of situation and actions of the trainee;

2) permanent readiness of the instructor for timely intervention in actions of the trainee for cancellation of its instructions or issue of new;

3) issue by the instructor of explanations, recommendations and assistance in case of difficulties at the trainee.

367. After the end of training the instructor carries out the corresponding inspection and passes the decision on readiness of the trainee for independent work.

368. The training for receipt of the subsequent admission to Department of Internal Affairs on other control office, except for the adjacent sector of the same control office, is held not earlier than, in 6 months after receipt of the initial admission to Department of Internal Affairs.

369. If the specialist already has the admission to work (qualification mark) on other division or on the adjacent sector of the same control office, decrease in amount of training, but no more than for 70% is allowed.

370. The admission to work on temporarily combined control offices of Department of Internal Affairs is drawn up after receipt of the admission to Department of Internal Affairs on each of control offices. The admission to work on constantly combined control offices of Department of Internal Affairs is drawn up after passing of training on the combined Department of Internal Affairs control office.

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