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ALSIM is recognised as the leader in providing Ab Initio training simulators – capable of delivering a comprehensive and complete training programme, SEP and MEP.
Simulators with a convertible environment has the flexibility to be used in combination with any kind of aircraft.
Simulators with a convertible environment has the flexibility to be used in combination with any kind of aircraft.SEP and MEP configurations are ideal for this training phase. Besides authorized credit hours, numerous schools use ALSIM solutions to enhance their students’ competencies while at the same time reducing the overall training costs.
Even though most aircraft are equipped today with EFIS instrumentation (Electronic Flight Instrument System), training on classical (mechanical) instruments remains an important step in the learning process of any young pilot. Our simulators help the trainee to try out both systems and feel comfortable in any kind of aircraft.
One outstanding benefit of a convertible simulators is that it enables the instructor to change the configuration in one click:
the instrumentation, performance and aircraft quality are modified depending on the aircraft you want to fly.
Simulators are ideal for illustrating concepts taught theoretically to future engineers, ATCs (Air Traffic controllers), mechanics or pilots. Navigation, radio navigation, operational procedures, performance or event-related human factors are often complex and sometimes too abstract for young pilots without flight experience.
Using an ALSIM simulator is the ideal resource for applying these theory to a practical environment.
MCC is a real simulator training. Once again, the generic environment is ideal for this training, whose aim is to develop technical and non-technical aspects of knowledge, abilities and behavior required for multi-crew aircraft flying. The generic concept avoids any drift towards “type training” or “system training” which is not essential at this stage of the course and keeps the student focused on the very core of the training: multi-crew coordination.
Thanks to procedures and generic systems, the trainee will remember the general working principles and the use of complex systems (pressurisation, oxygen, fuel, electric, autopilot, de-icing, fire protection, etc.), the distribution of associated tasks, the use of Standard Operating Procedures and implementation of CRM techniques (Crew Resource Management) in situations requiring awareness and decision-making.
Our simulators systems go far beyond the minimum regulations required by the CS-FSTD and guarantee an MCC training equivalent to the one received on a Full Flight simulator.
The objective of the JOC is to familiarize students with airline operating procedures and CS-25 aircraft, to reinforce their understanding of complex systems and components as an ultimate preparation for type rating or airline selection.