AVISS00046 – Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) Pilot Skill Set

Course Overview

Qualifications:

AVISS00046 – Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) Pilot Skill Set

Provided by Becker Helicopter Services Pty Ltd – RTO Number 5446 – CRICOS Provider Code 01742J

Pathway:
This Skill Set is part of the AVI Aviation Training Package and targets those pilots who specifically require NVFR Pilot rating in the aviation operational environment.

Duration:
14 weeks: this comprises 11 teaching weeks and 3 weeks of holidays.

  • Entry Requirements

    Entry Requirements

    Prior to commencing this course, you need to have:

    • Appropriate helicopter pilot qualifications and experience; and
    • Pass a Class Two Medical; and
    • Demonstrated General English Language Proficiency by having:
      – successfully completed a CASA General English Language Proficiency (GELP) Assessment, or
      – attained an Aviation English Language Proficiency (AELP) level of ICAO 3 or higher, issued by a CASA approved Language test centre (for ICAO assessment).
  • Aircraft

    Aircraft

    Normally completed in a Robinson R22 helicopter, which is a 2 seater piston aircraft. It is a popular training helicopter because it is cost effective.

    Some students may elect to undertake the training in a different aircraft, at a higher per hourly rate. Some aircraft which you may choose to do an endorsement in includes:

    • Robinson R44 (4 seater, piston helicopter popular in tourism and as private aircraft)
    • Bell 206BIII Jet Ranger (5 seater, turbine helicopter, the workhorse of helicopters).
    • Eurocopter AS350D (5 seater, turbine helicopter)
    • Agusta 109E Power (7 seater, turbine, twin engine helicopter)
  • Flight Hours

    Flight Hours

    Standard Course:

    • 10 flight hours NVFR
    • 1.3 flight hours Basic IFR
    • 8.7 hours Basic IFR in a Simulator
  • Electives

    Electives

    • Not Applicable.
  • Course Outcomes

    Course Outcomes

    • AVISS00046 Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) Pilot Skill set