Course Title: 4.03 Flight Rules And Air Law 3

Part A: Course Overview

Program: C6010 Diploma of Air Transport (Airline Pilot)

Course Title: 4.03 Flight Rules And Air Law 3

Portfolio: SEH Portfolio Office

Nominal Hours: 18

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Course Contact: Raymond Meyer

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9394 9903

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Course Description

To provide the student with an understanding of the Flight Rules and Air Law pertaining to the operation of an aircraft within Australia and on overseas operations.

Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities

Completion of module 3.07

National Competency Codes and Titles

National Element Code & Title:

VBF936 4.03 Flight Rules And Air Law 3


1. Locate and state the requirements for the registration, transfer of interest and cancellation of registration of an Australian aircraft.

10. Recall the requirements for facilitation.

11. Describe the structure and services of the Search and Rescue organisation.

12. Describe the general provisions of airport security and Air Defence Identification Zones (ADIZ's).

13. Define the terms accident and incident and list the responsibilities of the PIC regarding modification.

14. Describe the air service operation requirements for Air Transport Operation.

2. Describe the requirements and conditions for the Certificate of Airworthiness and list the pilot's responsibilities in respect to maintenance of an aircraft.

3. Locate and state the requirements for the licensing of a pilot.

4. Locate and describe the rules of the air as listed in CAR Part XI and X.

5. Describe the general procedures for Air Navigation.

6. Describe the general divisions and objectives of the ATS.

7. Describe the rules of the air relating to services provided by ATS.

8. Locate and list the documentation offered by the Aeronautical Information Service.

9. Describe the physical requirements of an aerodrome.

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Overview of Assessment

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