The Recurrent Training Program is designed for pilots that regularly fly the aircraft and are required to complete a recurrent training program.

The objective of the Aircraft Recurrent Training is to provide a structured program based on evidence-based training principles planning training elements that are regularly practiced. It is divided into three components:

  • Aircraft systems and performance review;
  • Aircraft training exercises;
  • An Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC).

The Ultra C560 Recurrent Training Program is a 3-day program and is conducted utilising customer supplied aircraft at their location.


To be eligible to commence an Ultra C560 Recurrent Training course, you must hold at least:

  • C560 Type Rating
  • Current Aviation Medical

Course Modules

Ground School
8 hours
Briefing / Debriefing
3 hours
Simulator (Pilot Flying)
1.5 hours
Proficiency Check
1.5 hours
3 days

Course Overview

Ground School

This curriculum will provide the necessary understanding of the basic functions of aircraft systems, the use of individual system controls, and the integration of aircraft systems with operational procedures in order to prepare for the flight training curriculum.

  • Aircraft General
  • Electrical Power Systems
  • Lighting
  • Master Warning System
  • Fuel System
  • Powerplant
  • Fire Protection
  • Pneumatics
  • Ice and Rain Protection
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Pressurisation
  • Hydraulic Power Systems
  • Landing Gear and Brakes
  • Flight Controls
  • Oxygen and other systems
  • Avionics
  • Flight Planning
  • Weight and Balance
  • Performance

At the end of the ground school, the pilot must demonstrate adequate knowledge to pass a written exam on aircraft systems, flight planning, weight and balance, and performance.

Aircraft Flight Lesson

The training program will involve both normal and abnormal scenario based training to be completed to a competency level expected at each stage of the recurrent process.

  • Normal / Abnormal Operations (FFS)

At the end of the aircraft flight lessons, the pilot will be required to complete an Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC) to a competent standard prior to being issued a course completion certificate and IPC endorsement on their CASA license (as applicable).

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