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AVP 242 - Instrument Flight II


Description:
Procedures for IFR departure, enroute and arrival operations. Preparation for FAA aeronautical knowledge exam. A minimum grade of B- is required for an FAA graduation certificate.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: AVP 241. Co-requisite: AVP 312.

Credits: (3)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Upon successful completion of AVP 242, Instrument Flight, the student will be able to:

 

 

The student will:

 

1.  Determine the proper holding entry and interpret navigation instruments to determine aircraft position in relation to a holding fix.

 

Complete the “Holding Exercise” SQ2, answer assigned questions from text and prepware, complete AOPA IFR chart online course, and participate in classroom discussions.

2. Interpret En Route and STAR arrival charts and be able to correctly identify transitions from the en route phase to the approach phase of flight.

 

Complete assigned questions from text and prepware, and SQ1, and participate in classroom discussions.

3.  Interpret arrival procedures

 

 

Answer assigned questions from text and prepware and answer in class questions.

4.  Identify the various approach segments of precision and non-precision approaches; interpret information from the heading section, plan view, and profile view; identify stepdown fixes and visual descent points, and determine take off procedures and minimums, approach category and minimum descent altitudes, and visibility requirements on both NOS and Jeppesen approach charts.

 

Answer assigned questions from text and preware, and participate in classroom discussions.

5.  Interpret Instrument approach charts including straight in and circling approaches, radar vectors course reversals, timed approaches from a holding fix, side step maneuvers, visual and contact approaches, and missed approach procedures.

 

Answer assigned questions from text and prepware complete SQ3, and three AOPA approach online courses, complete SQ4, and participate in classroom discussions.

6.  Interpret textual and graphic information from VOR, NDB, GPS, and RNAV instrument approach charts.

 

Answer assigned questions from text and prepware, and participate in classroom discussions.

 

7.  Interpret weather reports and forecasts and determine suitability for planned flight

 

Answer assigned questions from text and prepware, complete AOPA on-line weather quizzes, complete SQ5, and participate in classroom discussions.

8.  Recognize factors in the IFR Decision Making Process and describe the procedures to be followed in the event of an emergency.

 

Answer assigned questions from text and prepware, and participate in classroom discussions.

9.  Plan an IFR cross country flight with approaches at several airports.

 

Prepare an IFR cross country log and flight plan; answer assigned questions from chapter 10C of the I/CM, GLEIM, and SQ,and participate in classroom discussions.

Note: SQ homework is mostly scenario based.

 

Cumulative and Final Assessments

The student will:

Correctly answer at least 80% of the questions on each of the following: Stage IV Midterm Exam and EOC Final Exam and will have a cumulative course score of 80% or higher in order to earn an FAA graduation certificate.





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