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Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Associated Enhancements FAASTeam Program Managers Bryan Neville March 2012.

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1 Presented to: By: Date: Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Associated Enhancements FAASTeam Program Managers Bryan Neville March 2012

2 2 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Reasons for Changes To improve user experience Enhancement are based on –Ongoing user feedback –Requests from FPMs –Requests from FAASTeam Representatives –Comments from the aviation community –Suggestions made by the FAASafety.gov contractor –Observations of FAASTeam Outreach Program Manager

3 3 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Previous Enhancements Home Page –Tabs Reordered Alphabetically –Menus Consolidated –New portals –New Quick WINGS link in the WINGS Portal Activities –Reduced number of pages Courses –Reduced number of pages Seminars –Reduced number of pages –Enhanced Template Information User Widget –Appearance –Help link

4 4 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Previous Changes and Enhancements (cont.) The WINGS Program –My WINGS Page Information link Help information –WINGS Logbook –Credits not yet applied –Appearance of credits –Fixed a long-standing “bug” that would not complete some user’s WINGS phases –Credit History timeline enhanced Credit Validation page –CFIs now have to indicate whether they personally conducted the flight training being validated This is for the Activities Completed Report used by CFIs to renew their certificate

5 5 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Home Page Tabs –All the tabs were placed in alphabetical order –The Courses, Seminars & Activities tab was restated in alphabetical order: Activities, Courses & Seminars Menus –The menu choices under the tab were alphabetized New portals –A new portal for the See and Avoid website –A new portal for the WINGS Achievement Roster The seldom-used Support portal was removed. Support is still available by clicking on the link in the bottom right corner of the Home page.

6 6 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements New Portal

7 7 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements New Home Page Portal See and Avoid –Links to a site where military training information is graphically displayed

8 8 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Activities, Courses & Seminars Old Menu Selections: –Activity History –Course Catalog –Find Seminars –Find Activities –My Courses –My Seminars –Topic Suggestions New Menu Selections: –Activities –Courses –Seminars –Topic Suggestions 6 3

9 9 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Activities Reduced from two pages to one We consolidated all information about Activities. –There used to be two separate pages, one for finding an activity and one for listing your Activity History. Now there is just one page!

10 10 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Courses Reduced from three pages to one We consolidated information about Courses. –There used to be three pages, one for finding a course, one for listing your completed courses, and one for listing your courses in progress. Now there is just one page with all the information in one place! –You can even choose whether to show all sections or just one.

11 11 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Seminars Reduced from two pages to one We consolidated information about Seminars. –There used to be two pages, one for finding a seminar and one for listing your future seminar registration. Now there is just one!

12 12 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Activities, Courses & Seminars Old Menu Selections: –Activity History –Course Catalog –Find Seminars –Find Activities –My Courses –My Seminars –Topic Suggestions New Menu Selections: –Activities –Courses –Seminars –Topic Suggestions 6 3

13 13 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz To how many pages did we reduce the Activities, Courses & Seminars information; it was six pages for many years? –One –Two –Three –Four

14 14 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz To how many pages did we reduce the Activities, Courses & Seminars information; it was six pages for many years? –One –Two –Three –Four

15 15 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Credit Information When you hover over the credit information, more information is displayed

16 16 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Old Appearance of Course Intro, Chapters, Review, and Exam

17 17 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements New Appearance of Course Intro, Chapters, Review and Exam

18 18 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Program My WINGS Page –Additional information link revised and bigger WINGS Logbook –Structure revised to be more user friendly Credits not yet applied –A new feature Appearance of credits –Easier to understand

19 19 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Information The WINGS – Pilot Proficiency Program consists of three Levels – Basic, Advanced, and Master. Each Level requires an increased level of proficiency. For example, if a participant completes the Basic Level using Private Pilot standards, then the Advanced Level will consist of Commercial Pilot standards, and the Master Level will consist of ATP and/or CFI standards. Participants can earn as many Phases in each Level as they wish. Phases are completed by accomplishing three Knowledge and three Flight requirements for each phase. Specific activities can only fill specified requirements in the WINGS Program. Each of the elements in the WINGS program is based on an accident causal factor. Primary accident causal factors are addressed at the Basic Level. Additional accident causal factors are addressed at the Advanced and Master Levels. In addition, because of the large number of reported runway incursions by General Aviation aircraft, and the real potential for a catastrophic accident, a thorough discussion of the decision- making principles associated with Runway Safety is a required subject (after September 15, 2011) for the Knowledge 1 - Aeronautical Decision Making activity. Basic Level: Knowledge 1 - Aeronautical Decision Making Knowledge 2 - Performance and Limitations Knowledge 3 - Pre-flight Planning, Risk Management, Fuel Management Alternate Knowledge 3 – Other Subjects (See below) Flight 1 - Takeoffs and Landings Flight 2 - Positive Aircraft Control Flight 3 - Basic Flying Skills

20 20 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements New Logbook Presentation for Phase Completion Click Here And see this!

21 21 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements New Logbook Presentation for Unapplied Credits Click here And get this

22 22 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements My WINGS Page

23 23 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Phase Improvements to the presentation when a phase is in progress The information now shows the date you started the first activity in this phase and also the date by which the other activities must be completed –Within the next 12 calendar months

24 24 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Phases Improvements have been made to the view displayed of a current phase when an Advanced or Master phase meets the credit requirements, but the user does not hold a current phase of WINGS at the Basic level –The WINGS guidelines require that a participant complete a Phase of WINGS at the Basic Level at least once every 12 months to be considered “Current” Also to earn an Advanced or Master level phase

25 25 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Accident Causal Factors –Knowledge Aeronautical Decision Making Performance and Limitations, and Preflight Planning, Risk Management, and Fuel Management –Flight Takeoffs and Landings Positive Aircraft Control, and Basic Flying Skills

26 26 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz How many Primary Accident Causal Factor topics are included in the WINGS Program at the Basic level? –Two –Three –Four –Six

27 27 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz How many Primary Accident Causal Factor topics are included in the WINGS Program at the Basic level? –Two –Three –Four –Six

28 28 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Phases

29 29 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS At a Glance WINGS - At a Glance now displays "print certificate" icon that includes a tooltip to improve usability

30 30 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Credit by Instructors

31 31 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz Where is the link for CFIs to use to give WINGS credit for flight activities? –In the WINGS Portal –In the middle of the instructor portal on the home page –On the pilot’s My WINGS page.

32 32 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz Where is the link for CFIs to use to give WINGS credit for flight activities? –In the WINGS Portal –In the middle of the instructor portal on the home page –On the pilot’s My WINGS page.

33 33 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Giving Credit by a CFI This is where the instructor finds the link to the Give Credit feature.

34 34 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Pending Validation Page

35 35 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Giving Credit by a CFI Long Form Method

36 36 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Enhancements for CFIs We are simplifying the Give Immediate Credit Process for CFIs –For example, we recognize that selecting an activity number has been a challenge for CFIs, so we are working on making that process easier to use –Also, choosing the correct activity from all the possible activities has been a challenge

37 37 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Selecting an Activity Number

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39 39 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Give Credit – Flight Activity

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42 42 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Give Credit – Flight Activity

43 43 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Give Credit – Flight Activity

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46 46 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Give Credit – Flight Activity

47 47 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Account Status Just under your log in address is your account status. If it says “User” you must upgrade your account status to “Airman” to use Quick WINGS.

48 48 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements User Account Status Name

49 49 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Account Status Update On your My Preferences page, click on the Airman Registry tab to change your account status from “User” to “Airman”

50 50 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Profile

51 51 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz In the WINGS Profile, what category and classes should be entered by a WINGS Program participant? –All categories and classes –Every category and class the pilot holds –Only the aircraft category and class you expect to use in the WINGS Program.

52 52 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz In the WINGS Profile, what category and classes should be entered by a WINGS Program participant? –All categories and classes –Every category and class the pilot holds –Only the aircraft category and class you expect to use in the WINGS Program.

53 53 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quick WINGS User Not Logged In User Logged In

54 54 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz Where is the Quick WINGS link located? –In the WINGS Portal on the Home page –On the pilot’s My WINGS page –There is no Quick WINGS link

55 55 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz Where is the Quick WINGS link located? –In the WINGS Portal on the Home page –On the pilot’s My WINGS page –There is no Quick WINGS link

56 56 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quick WINGS Messages If a user has not logged in yet: If a user has logged in with an account that is not their Airman account: When a user logs in who is an Airman but cannot be identified as a Pilot; i.e., a mechanic.

57 57 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quick WINGS Message

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64 64 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Checklist for Instructors

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66 66 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Checklist for Instructors

67 67 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements WINGS Checklist for Instructors

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69 69 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements CFI Renewal Based on WINGS 1.Hold a flight instructor certificate that has not expired, 2.Hold a current phase of WINGS (at any level) at the time of application, 3.Have evaluated at least 15 WINGS-accredited flight activities (any level) during which the CFI evaluates at least five different pilots, and make appropriate endorsements in the logbook of each pilot for each activity, 4.Present a record to an aviation safety inspector (ASI) showing that the CFI has met the requirements of subparagraph 6e(3) above within the preceding 24 calendar-months before the month of application for renewal of his or her flight instructor certificate, and 5.Present a completed FAA Form , Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application Supplemental Information and Instructions, to an authorized person for renewal of his or her flight instructor certificate

70 70 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements CFI Renewal Based on WINGS Go to your account on FAASafety.gov In the Instructor Portal –Click on Enter Instructor Portal On the Instructor Tools tab –Click on List of Credits Validated The default report shows your activity as a flight instructor in the WINGS program –Just export that to PDF using the icon provided and print the report –Note that if there are “Yes/No” boxes shown for an entry, you have to check the appropriate choice before presenting the report to the FSDO

71 71 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz How many pilots must a CFI have evaluated in the WINGS Program to use the WINGS program to renew his or her CFI Certificate? –One –Two –Three –Four

72 72 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Quiz How many pilots must a CFI have evaluated in the WINGS Program to use the WINGS program to renew his or her CFI Certificate? –One –Three –Five –Fifteen

73 73 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements CFI Renewal Based on WINGS

74 74 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements CFI Renewal Based on WINGS

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78 78 Federal Aviation Administration Quick WINGS and Enhancements Summary Quick WINGS is the key for pilots who want the simplest solution to WINGS participation. –Meets the needs of over 95% of WINGS users User suggestions for improvement are welcome! – suggestions to


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