Combined Multi Crew Co-Operation (MCC) Course with Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) Flight Test

Multi-crew cooperation (MCC) training covers units of knowledge and practical skills that are used when pilots are part of a multi-crew operation. The training is generic to conducting multi-crew operations and is not specific to a type of aircaft.

The MCC course focuses on teaching candidates the fundamentals of operating as a crew in the multi-crew environment. The course offers students the opportunity to practice and develop the skills necessary for leadership and support roles. Students will receive training in both the Pilot Flying (PF) role and the Pilot Monitoring (PM) role during scenario-based training exercises. MCC training is integral to obtaining a multi-crew pilot licence (MPL) and an ATPL.

Upcoming MCC & ATPL Combination Course Dates

Prerequisites

  • Australian CPL
  • Current Class 1 medical certificate
  • Have successfully completed the ATPL theory exams
  • Have the required flying experience (as required by CASR 61.705)
  • Multi-engine (A) Instrument Rating
  • Successful completion of the pre-study essay and quiz

Course Calendar

Please see below for any upcoming MCC & ATPL Combination course dates. These regularly change and are subject to availability, so please contact us to confirm upcoming dates.

Application Process

To apply, simply complete the enquiry form below and one of our staff will be in touch shortly with more information.

We’ll get in touch to confirm you meet any pre requisites, confirm future course dates and give you all the information about the course.