Courses
H135
H145
EC135/635
BO105
Courses
H135
H135
Course content
General requirements

The aim of this course is to obtain type rating instructor certification for
the EC135 T3H helicopter type.

This course is divided into three stages. 

1. Theoretical training on teaching and learning behaviours (25:00 hrs)
2. Technical training (min. 10 hrs)
3. Flying (min. 10 hrs) in a mix of real and simulated training

The course ends with an experienced examiner evaluating the participant’s skills.
 

Applications for a TRI(H) certificate must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • hold a CPL(H) or ATPL(H)
  • be authorised to pilot the relevant helicopter type as PIC
  • have the following for the relevant helicopter type: (1) proof of flying experience of at least 15 flight hours as a pilot, including no more than 7 hours in an FFS imitating this helicopter type or (2) passed a TRI assessment of competence (AoC)
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: completed 500 hours, including 100 hours as PIC on multi-engine helicopters with one pilot
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for helicopters with multiple pilots: completed 1,000 hours as a pilot on helicopters, including: (1) 350 hours as a pilot on helicopters with multiple pilots, or (2) for applicants already holding a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: 100 hours as a pilot of this type in operation with multiple pilots
     
  • Note: for holders of a FI(H) certificate: this will be fully credited towards the requirements of subsection (e) in the relevant helicopter with one pilot, provided they have an ME SP endorsement on their licence
H145
H145
Course content
General requirements

The aim of this course is to obtain type rating instructor certification for the EC145(BK117 ) D2 helicopter type.

This course is divided into three stages. 

1. Theoretical training on teaching and learning behaviours (25:00 hrs)
2. Technical training (min. 10 hrs)
3. Flying (min. 10 hrs) in a mix of real and simulated training

The course ends with an experienced examiner evaluating the participant’s skills.

Applications for a TRI(H) certificate must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • hold a CPL(H) or ATPL(H)
  • be authorised to pilot the relevant helicopter type as PIC
  • have the following for the relevant helicopter type: (1) proof of flying experience of at least 15 flight hours as a pilot, including no more than 7 hours in an FFS imitating this helicopter type or (2) passed a TRI assessment of competence (AoC)
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: completed 500 hours, including 100 hours as PIC on multi-engine helicopters with one pilot
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for helicopters with multiple pilots: completed 1,000 hours as a pilot on helicopters, including: (1) 350 hours as a pilot on helicopters with multiple pilots, or (2) for applicants already holding a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: 100 hours as a pilot of this type in operation with multiple pilots
     
  • Note: for holders of a FI(H) certificate: this will be fully credited towards the requirements of subsection (e) in the relevant helicopter with one pilot, provided they have an ME SP endorsement on their licence
EC135/635
EC135/635
Course content
General requirements

The aim of this course is to obtain type rating instructor certification for the EC135/635 helicopter type.

This course is divided into three stages. 

1. Theoretical training on teaching and learning behaviours (25:00 hrs)
2. Technical training (min. 10 hrs)
3. Flying (min. 10 hrs) in a mix of real and simulated training

The course ends with an experienced examiner evaluating the participant’s skills.
 

Applications for a TRI(H) certificate must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • hold a CPL(H) or ATPL(H)
  • be authorised to pilot the relevant helicopter type as PIC
  • have the following for the relevant helicopter type: (1) proof of flying experience of at least 15 flight hours as a pilot, including no more than 7 hours in an FFS imitating this helicopter type or (2) passed a TRI assessment of competence (AoC)
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: completed 500 hours, including 100 hours as PIC on multi-engine helicopters with one pilot
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for helicopters with multiple pilots: completed 1,000 hours as a pilot on helicopters, including: (1) 350 hours as a pilot on helicopters with multiple pilots, or (2) for applicants already holding a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: 100 hours as a pilot of this type in operation with multiple pilots
     
  • Note: for holders of a FI(H) certificate: this will be fully credited towards the requirements of subsection (e) in the relevant helicopter with one pilot, provided they have an ME SP endorsement on their licence
BO105
BO105
Course content
General requirements

The aim of this course is to obtain type rating instructor certification for the BO105 helicopter type.

This course is divided into three stages. 

1. Theoretical training on teaching and learning behaviours (25:00 hrs)
2. Technical training (min. 10 hrs)
3. Flying (min. 10 hrs) 

The course ends with an experienced examiner evaluating the participant’s skills.
 

Applications for a TRI(H) certificate must:

  • be at least 18 years old
  • hold a CPL(H) or ATPL(H)
  • be authorised to pilot the relevant helicopter type as PIC
  • have the following for the relevant helicopter type: (1) proof of flying experience of at least 15 flight hours as a pilot, including no more than 7 hours in an FFS imitating this helicopter type or (2) passed a TRI assessment of competence (AoC)
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: completed 500 hours, including 100 hours as PIC on multi-engine helicopters with one pilot
  • for a TRI(H) certificate for helicopters with multiple pilots: completed 1,000 hours as a pilot on
  • helicopters, including: (1) 350 hours as a pilot on helicopters with multiple pilots, or (2) for applicants already holding a TRI(H) certificate for multi-engine helicopters as a single pilot: 100 hours as a pilot of this type in operation with multiple pilots
     
  • Note: for holders of a FI(H) certificate: this will be fully credited towards the requirements of subsection (e) in the relevant helicopter with one pilot, provided they have an ME SP endorsement on their licence
Get to know the teaching staff
Attila Dellit
Leiter Approved Training Organisation (ATO) der DRF Luftrettung