Who is this training for?

 

  • Preparation for pilot assessment
  • JOC requirement by airline
  • Recent jet-sim experience
  • MCC refresher/jet conversion

 

 

What is a Jet Orientation Course (JOC)?

Jet Orientation Course (JOC), sometimes called Jet Orientation Training (JOT), is a combination of theoretical training and simulator training, and is designed to ensure a smooth transition from smaller piston engine aircraft to bigger jets. Indeed, basic flight training is usually conducted in small piston airplanes, where students learn the basics of flying. Jet Orientation Course develops pilot’s handling skills and spatial awareness within the jet environment. The changing dynamics of the different phases of flight, its entire management, the considerable decrease in reaction time as a consequence of a substantial increase of the aircraft speeds, are all factors that make this course very important, as it will guide you through this very sophisticated transition. Many airlines require to have taken a JOC before applying for a pilot position, since it provides a solid foundation for a successful simulator assessment.

The course enables you to develop the handling skills, knowledge and confidence to successfully manipulate a narrow-body aircraft (B737NG). Courses are conducted by professional instructors (captains, SFI, TRI), highly experienced in this type of aircraft. We can ensure you complete this essential stage of your career to the highest standards. They will share with you their years and thousands of hours of flight experience and training, to help you get more benefits from this training.

You will fly on one of our fixed-base state-of-the-art B737NG simulators, which provide a very realistic jet flying experience. As a job seeker pilot, it is a huge advantage for you to have done the Jet Orientation Course, where the principles of how to fly an advanced jet are taught. You will find the experience from the Jet Orientation Course very useful in interviews and assessments for pilot jobs, as well as during the first Type Rating course.


Competitive advantages

  • Airline assessment-oriented training
  • Strong focus on manual flying (in both normal and abnormal conditions)
  • Simulator training in a state-of-the-art B737NG Venyo Fixed Training Device (12h)
  • Possibility to attend additional simulator sessions as backseat observer
  • Competitive price on the market
  • Max. 10 students per class
  • Social hours simulator sessions (07:00AM-12:00AM)
  • You will work with a buddy, but you do not have to register in pairs (often imposed by competitors)
  • Highly skilled and experienced professional instructors

Training objectives

  • To understand and be prepared for recruitment tests (theory and practice)
  • To develop the skills and understanding required in a modern jet working environment
  • To practice the skills necessary to be effective team leaders and members
  • To gain jet handling experience in a fully realistic jet environment
  • To be prepared for your first Type Rating course

Prerequisites

  • CPL license, IR/ME and Frozen ATPL
  • Certificate of Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) Course completion
  • English: at least ICAO Level 4

Financial structure

The cost for Venyo JOC course is 1.600,00 € per student (VAT included). Accommodation and travel are at your own expense and responsibility.
  • Down payment: 600,00 € at registration
  • Balance due no later than one month before the beginning of the course
  • If the session had to be canceled for some reason, we will refund your full down payment

Course duration

Typical session program

  • Day 1: Theory
  • Day 2 to Day 4: Practical Training
The structure of the course is the following one :
  • Manual: the JOC course
  • Training file: kept by the student and returned to the instructor at the end of the course
  • Theory: discussion with the instructor about the content of JOC course
  • Practical training: exercises in the simulator.

Theoretical training

Technical ground training covers :

  • Revision of Jeppesen introduction topics
  • Aerodynamic principles : High speed aircraft, Mach, buffet limits, ..
  • Meteo : chart analysis, TAF and METAR decode (in depth), icing, ..
  • Operational documents : flight plan, perfos, T/O and landing analysis, ..
  • Modern aircraft equipment : FMS, FMGS, ..
  • Use of all automation systems : Autopilot and flight director, ..
  • Review of basic aircraft systems : electrical, hydraulic, fire protection, ..

Simulator training

Simulator training program

Topics covered

  • Jet Handling with strong focus on manual flying
  • Normal and non normal procedures
  • ILS, non ILS approaches and GA
  • Engine failure
  • Checklist phylosophy and use in normal and non-normal conditions
  • Engine failure and handling on one engine operating (Approach, landing, go around)
  • Crosswind takeoff and landing technique
  • Use of automation and FMS
  • Correct standard crew communications and flight

Schedule

12 hours in state-of-the-art B737NG simulator (three 4 hours sessions in the simulator, 6h as PF and 6h as PM)

  • Day 2 (4 hours)
  • Day 3 (4 hours)
  • Day 4 (4 hours)

Each simulator session is preceded by a briefing, and is followed by a debriefing in order to optimize the time spent in the cockpit.

Subject to availability and schedule, you will also have the option of attending simulator sessions as a backseat observer.

What is included?

The price includes:
  • documentation
  • JOC flight training handbook
  • briefings and evaluations
  • theoretical courses
  • simulator sessions
  • course certificate at successful completion of the course
What is not included:
  • Accommodation and travel are at your own expense and responsibility (feel free to ask for support in choosing and/or booking your accomodation)