Airline transport pilot certification training program.
(a) A certificate holder may obtain approval to establish and implement a training program to satisfy the requirements of § 61.156 of this chapter. The training program must be separate from the air carrier training program required by this part.
(b) No certificate holder may use a person nor may any person serve as an instructor in a training program approved to meet the requirements of § 61.156 of this chapter unless the instructor:
(1) Holds an airline transport pilot certificate with an airplane category multiengine class rating;
(2) Has at least 2 years of experience as a pilot in command in operations conducted under § 91.1053(a)(2)(i) or § 135.243(a)(1) of this chapter, or as a pilot in command or second in command in any operation conducted under this part;
(3) Except for the holder of a flight instructor certificate, receives initial training on the following topics:
(i) The fundamental principles of the learning process;
(ii) Elements of effective teaching, instruction methods, and techniques;
(iii) Instructor duties, privileges, responsibilities, and limitations;
(iv) Training policies and procedures; and
(4) If providing training in a flight simulation training device, hold an aircraft type rating for the aircraft represented by the flight simulation training device utilized in the training program and have received training within the preceding 12 months from the certificate holder on:
(i) Proper operation of flight simulator and flight training device controls and systems;
(ii) Proper operation of environmental and fault panels;
(iii) Data and motion limitations of simulation;
(iv) Minimum equipment requirements for each curriculum; and
(v) The maneuvers that will be demonstrated in the flight simulation training device.
(c) A certificate holder may not issue a graduation certificate to a student unless that student has completed all the curriculum requirements of the course.
(d) A certificate holder must conduct evaluations to ensure that training techniques, procedures, and standards are acceptable to the Administrator.
[Doc. No. FAA-2010-0100, 78 FR 42377, July 15, 2013]