ICAO DOC 9694 PDF

ICAO / Air Navigation. Global Plans. Global Air Navigation Plan (GANP). Air Navigation Priorities. Performance-based Navigation (PBN) · PBN Charting. The guidance material in this document for applications using aeronautical telecommunications net- work (ATN) should be used in conjunction with the ICAO . Doc – Manual of Air Traffic Services Data Link – ICAO. Views. 6 years . Doc – Global Air Traffic Management Operational Concept – ICAO.

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ICAO DOC 9694

Thus the only payment that can be made for them is for service and reproduction. It is illegal to sell this material 96944 profit. Passed the End Date – Status was “Reregistered”. In the text purpose statements, qualification rules, etcany references to NQF Levels are to the pre levels unless specifically stated otherwise.

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This qualification does not ocao any other qualification and is not replaced by any other qualification. This qualification enables the learners to develop towards becoming a career-pilot which is achieved by showing critical decision-making, safety, situational awareness, application of resourcefulness, intuition, judgment, competence, reason, ethics, integrity, and responsibility, icak the management and operation of safe, efficient and comprehensive national and international aerospace systems.

Pilots operate in a complex, highly stressful time-critical environment that demands rapid application of acquired competencies. The occupations, jobs or areas of activity in which the qualifying learners will typically operate in are as pilots, in flight operations, aviation safety, aviation regulation and accident investigations.

The qualification has been designed to allow for the personal development of the pilot and forms part of a progression pathway towards endorsements, licensing and aerospace management and command.

This qualification therefore provides a vehicle through which competencies and provision can be standardised. Qualifying learners will be able to: Display airmanship that results in flight operations that comply with national and international aviation standards.

Display an understanding of resource management in the context of aviation operations. Plan and conduct flight operations in order to achieve stated objectives in accordance with national and international aviation standards. Apply knowledge of the physical environment within the aviation context.

The aerospace industry provides an effective domestic, regional and international mode of transportation. It also provides support efforts in national and regional security as well as support to peace support efforts and foreign aid missions. The aerospace industry is a dpc role player in icwo transport sector, search and rescue operations, disaster relief, providing humanitarian aid, environmental management and the promotion of aviation in the Southern African Development and Economic Community SADC region.

This qualification reflects the need and demand within the aerospace environment for pilots who will be able to perform operational functions icaoo complex skills and attributes of international processes, procedures and legislation contextualised within the aerospace environment.

Learners who have achieved this qualification will contribute to reduction of risk in the aerospace industry. This qualification provides for learners who are pursuing piloting 96694 within the aerospace industry and is one of several in a learning pathway that has been created.

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It provides learners with opportunities for development and career advancement within the broader constituencies dod the aerospace community that will contribute to providing a safe, secure and prosperous aerospace environment. This qualification dod to the South African aerospace industry, which strategically impacts on the Sovereignty of the State, crime prevention and the development of the national and 96994 economy.

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This qualification has been generated in accordance with the international legal framework and also provides a vehicle to bring South African piloting standards in line with international best practice. Communication at Level 4. Physical science Level 4. Recognition of Prior Learning The structure of this qualification makes the Recognition of Prior Learning possible through challenging the associate Exit Level Outcomes.

This qualification may therefore be achieved in part or completely through the recognition of prior learning, which includes formal, informal and non-formal learning and work experience. The learner should be thoroughly briefed on the mechanism to be used and support and guidance should be provided. Care should be taken that the mechanism used provides the learner with an opportunity to demonstrate competence and is not so onerous as to prevent learners from taking up the RPL option towards gaining a qualification.

If the learner is able to demonstrate competence in the knowledge, skills, values and attitudes implicit in this qualification the appropriate credits should be assigned to the learner.

Recognition of Prior Learning will be done by means of Integrated Assessment as mentioned above. Learners are cautioned however that some competencies acquired through some non-formal learning may possibly not be recognised for pilot licensing purposes.

Access to the Qualification Open access. Learners who do not satisfy international aviation medical requirements will be limited in terms of completing the qualification. Learners must complete all 71 credits in the fundamental component. Learners must complete all 83 credits in the core component.

Learners must complete 86 credits from the elective component of the qualification. Learners must choose either one of two categories of elective streams: Fixed wing or rotary wing. Learners must complete all listed unit standards in one of these two categories: Perform pre-flight planning for a small aeroplane.

Perform take-offs and landings including go-arounds in an aeroplane. Perform slow flight, stalls and spin recovery in an aeroplane. Perform advanced manoeuvres and procedures in an aeroplane. Perform night flying operations. Demonstrate an understanding of helicopter aerodynamics. Perform low level flying operations. Perform advanced manoeuvres and procedures in a helicopter. Perform pre-flight planning for helicopters.

Perform helicopter take-offs, air taxi, hovering, landings and go-arounds. Thereafter learners must choose additional credits from the remaining electives to complete the credit value of the qualification. Display an understanding of resource management in the context of aircraft operations.

Critical Cross-Field Outcomes This qualification promotes, in particular, the following critical cross-field outcomes, as listed in the constituent unit standards: Identifying and solving problems in which responses display that responsible decisions using critical and creative thinking have been made when: Planning and performing flights to achieve objectives within the constraints of the aeroplane limitations and regulatory requirements. Working effectively with others as a member of a team, group, organisation, and community during: Acting as a sole pilot or a member of a flight crew.

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Organising and managing oneself and one’s activities responsibly and effectively when: Compliance with applicable legislation. Performing appropriate checks and procedures. Using checklists where appropriate. Exercising command ability and manoeuvring the aeroplane within its limits in order to achieve the desired outcomes. Collecting, analysing, organising and critically evaluating information to better understand and explain: Identifying symptoms of instrument, system and engine malfunctions.

Radio and cockpit communication is in accordance with standard procedures and phraseology to ensure clarity and brevity of communication is achieved. Using science and technology effectively and critically, showing responsibility towards the environment and health of others when: Proper and effective visual scanning to clear the area before and while performing advanced manoeuvres. Taking prompt corrective action when tolerances are exceeded. Flying the aeroplane in such a way that tolerance exceedences are kept to a minimum.

Demonstrating an understanding of the world as a set of related systems by recognising that problem-solving contexts do not exist in isolation when: A high level of situational awareness is maintained. Airspace restrictions and requirements are adhered to.

Curfews, noise abatement procedures and other measures to minimise disturbance to the environment and the public are observed.

Safe flying practice is maintained. Being culturally and aesthetically sensitive across a range of social contexts. The role of airmanship is explained in relation to risk analysis, situational awareness and prioritisation of tasks. Safety principles are applied within an aviation context. Flight operations are conducted in accordance with the current national and international legislation and regulations. Normal, non-normal and emergency situations are managed in accordance with flight manuals and organisational policies and procedures.

The functioning of the aviation system is promoted through communication and awareness of the interests of role-players and stakeholders. The aircraft is controlled in accordance with flight manuals and operator’s policies and procedures.

Flight procedures are performed in accordance with flight manuals and operator’s policies and procedures. The aircraft is navigated to maintain geographical position awareness and dod operations.

Unplanned situations are recognised in order to inform and execute recovery actions. Pre-and post flight operations and administration for flights are conducted in accordance with flight manuals, regulations and operators procedures. Flight environment is managed in order to achieve operational objectives. Human factors are evaluated in order to maximise performance.

Aviation and flight related problems are identified and solved in a systematic manner. Priorities are determined taking into account influencing factors on aviation and flight.

Objectives of the flight are determined in order to focus the planning effort. Available resources are determined for utilisation to achieve objectives. Constraints are identified and taken into consideration when planning and conducting flight operations. A plan for the flight is drafted taking into account objectives, resources and constraints.

A flight is conducted in accordance with the plan whilst continuously monitoring progress and taking corrective action where appropriate. The application of meteorology is explained in terms of its influence on aviation. Aircraft construction is explained in terms of its influence on aircraft capabilities and limitations. Aircraft performance is analysed to achieve operational objectives.