The terms and conditions of this position are covered by the Transport Workers Union Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Conducts instruction in a classroom, cockpit procedures trainer, simulator and aircraft for all flight crews in airplane systems; normal, abnormal and emergency procedures. Evaluates student progress each day and takes appropriate corrective action and/or makes referral. Reviews revisions to all manuals and publications to insure the latest information is taught to student scorekeepers. Continually reviews and researches operating manual, maintenance manuals, ECO's, fleet planning directives and other training related material to update teaching objectives, outlines and training aids. Reviews various engineering publications to incorporate equipment modifications. Conducts research on specialized maintenance problem areas to identify training needs. Prepares classroom facilities and assembles all required materials for each day's class. Completes required forms and records to assure proper documentation of training. Works with technical training support and program development personnel to develop, upgrade and revise computer based training and audio/visual training programs. Assists in the development of all training aids and materials. Maintains a working knowledge of all appropriate FAA directives to insure compliance in all areas of training.