Nederlands

Nederlands

Jet Orientation Course | JOC 737

Airline entry level assessment preparation| Commercial aircraft handling – Knowledge and skills

Jet Orientation Course| JOC 737

Airline entry level assessment preparation| Commercial aircraft handling – Knowledge and skills

Jet Orientation Course | JOC 737

The Jet Orientation Course is based on an accredited MCC course that candidates have completed and builds on this.

Candidates may have diverse experience and background. The course will be adapted as necessary to ensure applicants' operational knowledge and skills in handling a high performance multi-crew jet aircraft are of a good standard.

Minimum requirements and/or preferences

  • at least a PPL(A)-IR or a CPL(A)-IR
  • completed ATPL(A) training with theory certificate
  • in possession of a MEIR is recommended
  • Completed recognized MCC course with certificate

Course structure and build-up

Course structure and build-up

In principle, the start is every week on Monday, based on availability. Self-study beforehand is a requirement prior to the practical training (simulator training). This covers 16 lessons in a Boeing 737 simulator. The course duration is approximately 4 days, but can vary depending on the number of participants. Approximately 4 days of simulator training, with one session per day, two hours each (4 hours per day in total). Each session starts and ends with a (de)briefing. After successful completion of the training, the student receives the JOC certificate.

In principle, the start is every week on Monday, based on availability. Self-study beforehand is a requirement prior to the practical training (simulator training). This covers 16 lessons in a Boeing 737 simulator. The course duration is approximately 4 days, but can vary depending on the number of participants. Approximately 4 days of simulator training, with one session per day, two hours each (4 hours per day in total). Each session starts and ends with a (de)briefing. After successful completion of the training, the student receives the JOC certificate.

Basic objectives | course features

The course book covers both theory and practice and highlights:

  • Basic aircraft handling (raw data, manual flight)
  • Automation (incl. introduction to approaches and landings)
  • LOFT scenarios (incl. comms with cabin crew)
  • UPRT and asymmetric flight
  • RTO exercises
  • LOFT with SID, intercepts, manual approaches, go-around

Practical training | 16 hours – simulator training

16 hours of flight time of which each participant alternates between 8 hours as a pilot flying PF and 8 hours as a pilot monitoring PM.

In the simulator, participants are prepared for their role as PF and PNF. The simulator training sessions are recorded (both image and sound); Performance and progress can therefore be accurately analyzed. Naturally, the training is supervised by qualified instructors and professional TRIs and SFIs. All instructors have years of experience in aviation education and training.

Course price

€ 1.840 per person

Extra possibilities

Course is standard integrated with our Multi Crew Cooperation – MCC 737 course, and/or Type Rating Boeing or Airbus 'integrated' combined (ask for the possibilities).

Course price

€ 1.840 per person (JOC course price)

Extra possibilities

Course is standard integrated with our Multi Crew Cooperation – MCC 737 course, and/or Type Rating Boeing or Airbus 'integrated' combined (ask for the possibilities).

Do you have any questions about a course? Or do you need help finding the course that matches your required needs? Our team is happy to help! You can also request a free consultation on the day and time of your choice. Personal approach and tailor-made solutions are our motto. Orbit Groundschool was founded in 2003, has been approved and is recognized as an EASA Approved Training Organization (ATO) by the Dutch Civil Aviation Authorities under certification number NL-ATO-25 for all its training courses.