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CWO Cold Weather Operations

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Description

The Cold Weather Operations Computer Based Training (CBT) for Pilots covers operation of the system and explains in a user friendly way how the system works and also give the pilots the possibility to check how the controls are working through interactive slides.

The course also included test elements (either we can use our question bank or yours for examination) where you will receive also a training record including logs and test results.

Benefits of using Cold Weather Operations Training Software

  • Content explained in a straightforward way
  • Natural lector voice
  • Separate Warning/Caution/Notes slides for highlighting crucial information
  • Smaller portions of information which are easier to remember
  • Dark theme prevents eyes from tiring quickly
  • Superior graphics

Features

  • 100% compliant with regulatory
  • Coverage of the AFM subjects
  • Newest technology HTML5
  • SCORM standard
  • Best knowledge transfer
  • Content upgraded with experts experience
  • High level of interactivity
  • Full HD graphics and animations
  • High quality voice
  • Responsive design (Desktop, Tablet)
  • Available online and offline
  • Integration with LMS

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Course details

  • Duration: approx. 30 minutes

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Chapters of CBT Training

  • General procedures
  • On the ground procedures during de/anti-icing process
  • In flight procedures during de/anti-icing process
  • Communication during de/anti-icing process
  • SNOWTAM/MOTNE
  • Aircraft certification
  • Intermittent/Continuous Icing Conditions
  • The principles of anti-ice system usage
  • De/anti-icing fluids
  • Basic characteristic of de/anti-icing fluids
  • Holdover time
  • Ground operations
  • Before take-off operations
  • Performance limitations
  • Runway contaminants, their characteristics and their removal
  • Friction measuring devices
  • Regulatory limitations
  • Take-off and landing corrections
  • Crosswind limits and it effect on the aircraft

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