Canadian Aviation Regulations (SOR/96-433)

Regulations are current to 2015-08-04 and last amended on 2015-08-02. Previous Versions

Instructor Qualifications and Training

  •  (1) No private operator shall permit a person to act — and no person shall act — as a flight instructor or a flight simulator instructor unless

    • (a) in the case of a flight instructor, the person holds, in respect of the aircraft type used for the training, the licence and ratings required by Part IV or, in the case of a flight instructor licensed by a contracting state, a licence and ratings equivalent to those required by Part IV;

    • (b) in the case of a flight simulator instructor, the person holds, or has held, in respect of the aircraft type used for the training, the licence and ratings required by Part IV or, in the case of an flight simulator instructor licensed by a contracting state, a licence and ratings equivalent to those required by Part IV;

    • (c) if the private operator is authorized under a special authorization to operate an aircraft in IFR flight, the person holds a valid instrument rating in respect of the aircraft type used for the training;

    • (d) the person has received, in respect of the aircraft type used for the training, training that includes the elements set out in subsection 604.170(1), and the validity period of the training has not expired; and

    • (e) the person has demonstrated to the private operator knowledge of

      • (i) the content of the private operator’s operations manual, and

      • (ii) the provisions of this Subpart that relate to the training of flight crew members.

  • (2) No private operator shall permit a person to act — and no person shall act — as a ground instructor unless the person has received, before the day on which the person begins to act as ground instructor, training that includes the following elements:

    • (a) the teaching and learning processes;

    • (b) instructional techniques; and

    • (c) the student-instructor relationship.

  • SOR/2014-131, s. 18.

Flight Attendant Training

 No private operator shall permit a person to act — and no person shall act — as a flight attendant unless

  • (a) the person has received the training set out in section 604.179 or equivalent training that meets the requirements of subsection 604.140(1), and the validity period of the training has not expired; and

  • (b) the person has demonstrated to the private operator knowledge of

    • (i) the provisions of these Regulations and of standards that affect the responsibilities of a flight attendant,

    • (ii) aeronautical terminology,

    • (iii) the physiological effects of flight, and

    • (iv) the theory of flight.

  • SOR/2014-131, s. 18.

Flight Dispatcher and Flight Follower Training

  •  (1) No private operator shall permit a person to act — and no person shall act — as a flight dispatcher unless the person

    • (a) holds a flight dispatcher certificate; and

    • (b) has received the training set out in subsection 604.180(1) and the validity period of the training has not expired.

  • (2) No private operator shall permit a person to act — and no person shall act — as a flight follower unless the person has received the training set out in subsection 604.180(2) and the validity period of the training has not expired.

  • SOR/2014-131, s. 18.