Course Title: 5.01 Twin Engine Endorsement

Part A: Course Overview

Program: C6010 Diploma of Air Transport (Airline Pilot)

Course Title: 5.01 Twin Engine Endorsement

Portfolio: SEH Portfolio Office

Nominal Hours: 21

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Course Contact: Raymond Meyer

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 9394 9903

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Course Description

To acquire the skills necessary to fly a twin engine aeroplane (excluding centre-line thrust aircraft), including flight under asymmetric power.

Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities

Completion of modules 1.01 to 2.11 or 1.01 to 3.08, or a Private Pilot’s Licence (for students undertaking a twin engine endorsement only).

National Competency Codes and Titles

National Element Code & Title:

VBF942 5.01 Twin Engine Endorsement


1. Define common selected aviation terminology and airmanship points applicable to briefings in air and on ground.

10a. Perform level gentle and medium turns, and climbing & descending turns.

10b. Perform steep level turns and steep descending turns.

11. Perform a stall and recovery with minimum height loss.

12a. Perform take-offs, circuits and landings.

12b. Perform go-mounds and demonstrate engine failure procedures in the circuit.

12c. Perform take-offs, circuits, landings and go-arounds in crosswind conditions.

12d. Perform rake-offs, circuits, landings and rounds using short field and flapless procedures.

13a. Perform emergency and abnormal procedures for engine failure.

13b. Perform emergency and abnormal procedures for fires, smoke or fumes.

13c. State or demonstrate emergency and abnormal procedures for system malfunctions.

14. State the procedures for ditching.

2. Describe the information contained in standard pilot reference documents.

3. State and demonstrate the purpose and methods of daily and pre-flight inspections.

4. Demonstrate the use of the VHF radio, HF radio and the transponder.

5. Perform the procedures for pre-start, after-start, and shutdown.

6. Perform the procedures and checks for taxiing.

7. Operate the controls in a light General Aviation piston, twin engine aircraft.

8. Fly straight and level flight in various configurations.

9. Perform various climbs and descents.

Learning Outcomes


Overview of Assessment

Assessment may incorporate a variety of methods including written/oral activities and demonstration of practical skills to the relevant industry standards. Participants are advised that they are likely to be asked to personally demonstrate their assessment activities to their teacher/assessor. Feedback will be provided throughout the course.