Challenger 300 / 350 TRI ➡️ Type rating instructor
Assessment of competence - type rating instructor - TRI for Challenger 300 / 350 is provided by an EASA Examiner - TRE for CL30.
TRI Challenger CL30 Series pre-requisites
Type rating instructor - TRI for CL30 shall meet the requirements of FCL.915.TRI and specifically FCL.915.TRI(b). The candidate shall have completed at least:
- 1500 hours flight time as a pilot on multi-pilot aeroplanes; and
- have completed, within the 12 months preceding the date of application, 30 route sectors, including take-offs and landings, as PIC or co-pilot on the variant of Challenger 300 / 350, of which 15 sectors may be completed in an FFS representing Challenger CL30.
General privileges TRI Challenger 300 / 350
In accordance with FCL.905.TRI(d) type rating instructor - TRI for Bombardier CL30, can provide training for:
- the issue, revalidation and renewal of type ratings for Challenger 300 / 350
- single-pilot high performance complex aeroplanes when the applicant seeks privileges to operate in multi-pilot operations (e.g. if you are a holder of TRI CL525, you are granted the multi-pilot training privileges;
- MCC training;
- the MPL training course on the basic, intermediate and advanced phases, provided that, for the basic phase, they hold or have held an FI(A) or IRI(A) certificate;
If the TRI assessment of competence is done in simulator, the privileges of TRI Challenger 300 / 350 are also restricted to the FSTD or restricted iaw FCL.910.TRI.
The privileges of a TRI CL30 include privileges to conduct Evidence Based Training practical assessment at an EBT operator, provided that the instructor complies with the requirements of Annex III (Part-ORO) to Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 for EBT instructor standardisation at that EBT operator.
TRI CL30 Restricted privileges
Most common is the restriction of TRI Challenger 300 / 350 privileges for flight training in simulator. In that case the privileges of TRI Challenger CL30 are the same like the privileges of Challenger CL30. In case of following exercises have been a part of the training in FSTD, the TRI CL30 can provide following trainings in real aircraft:
- Line training under supervision (LIFUS)
- base training
Since the flight training is not applicable in real Challenger 300 / 350 aeroplane, the restricted TRI CL30 privileges will cover all the training requirements. If the CL30 TRI training is carried out in FSTDs only, the privileges of TRIs shall be restricted to training in FSTDs. This restriction shall however include the following privileges for conducting, in the CL30 aircraft:
- LIFUS, provided that the TRI training course has included the training specified in point FCL.930.TRI(a)(4)(i);
- landing training, provided that the TRI training course has included the training specified in point FCL.930.TRI(a)(4)(ii); or
- the training flight specified in point FCL.060(c)(2), provided that the TRI training course has included the training referred to in points (a)(1) or (a)(2).
The restriction to FSTD shall be removed if TRIs have completed an assessment of competence in the aircraft.
In accordance with GM1 FCL.910.TRI the restrictions of the TRI privileges are annotated on the license under ‘Remarks and Restrictions’ against the appropriate TRI certificate, along with the following endorsements:
- if the training is carried out in an FSTD: ‘TRI/r’ (r=restricted);
- if the TRI training, as specified in point FCL.910.TRI(a)(1), includes the LIFUS training: endorsement as per point (a) and ‘LIFUS’; and
- if the landing training, as specified in point FCL.910.TRI(a)(2), is included in the TRI training course: endorsement as per point (a) and ‘LT’ (LT = landing training).
For example a TRI restricted with LIFUS and landing training privileges will have on their license the following endorsement: ‘TRI/r LIFUS LT’.
TRI Training for Challenger CL30
Applicant for type rating instructor certificate - TRI(A) for Challenger 300 / 350 shall attend the training provided in accordance with FCL.930.TRI. The TRI CL30 training can only be provided by an EASA flight school - so-called approved training organization. The TRI training consists of:
- 25 hours of teaching and learning
- 10 hours of technical training, including revision of technical knowledge, the preparation of lesson plans and the development of classroom/simulator instructional skills;
- 10 hours for multi-pilot aircraft or an FSTD representing Bombardier CL30;
- the additional training, as applicable:
- additional specific training before conducting LIFUS;
- additional specific training before conducting landing training. That training in the FSTD shall include training for emergency procedures related to the aircraft.
Assessment of Competence TRI Challenger CL30
Future Type Rating Instructor - TRI on Challenger 300 / 350 shall demonstrate his abilities and competence to provide the training towards Challenger CL30 in accordance with FCL.935.TRI. Since the majority of the TRI Assessment of competence is done in simulator, the content and scope of the checkride is similar to SFI AoC. AMC4 FCL.935 mandates the assessment should consist of at least 3 hours of flight instruction related to the duties of an SFI on the applicable FFS or FTD 2/3