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1 T-6B Joint Primary Pilot Training (JPPT) Updated: 12 Jan 2016

2 Overview JPPT Curriculum Guide General Instructions
Course Training Standards Ground Training Stage Chapter Breakout

3 JPPT Curriculum Guide (General)
CNATRAINST A (6 Feb 12) Spells out curriculum requirements used for training Use Training Integration Management System (TIMS) computer program for daily execution Contains academic modules Tracks event & test grades Contains other supplemental info Scheduling tool Helps compute overall NSS

4 JPPT Curriculum Guide (Contents)
Page xv – Abbreviations Page xxi - Glossary Chapter I – General Instructions Chapter II – Ground Training Chapter III – NATOPS Training (Does not apply) Chapter IV – Contact Training Chapter V – Instrument Training Chapter VI – Navigation Training Chapter VII – Formation Training Chapter VIII – Tactical Training (Does not apply) Chapter IX – Course Training Standards

5 JPPT Curriculum Guide (Abbreviations)
In beginning of book Helps indoctrinate you into aviation lingo you will use often Very useful when looking through curriculum Use this section for other times also (NATOPS, conversations, etc.)

6 JPPT Curriculum Guide (Glossary)
Alphabetical list of words or terms used throughout the guide Terms also used throughout your entire training cycle that you will become very used to hearing

7 JPPT Curriculum Guide (Glossary)
Lesson Designators table (#21, pg. xxiii) Important to understand A major key in comprehending syllabus flow 1st/2nd Digit Stage identifier C – Contact I – Instrument N – Navigation G – Ground IN – Instrument Flt Support NA – Nav Flt Support SY – Systems L – Low Level F – Formation PR – Ops Procedures LL – Low Level Flt Support

8 JPPT Curriculum Guide (Glossary)
3rd Digit Identifies media used for training event 0 – Ground Training 3 – Operational Training Device (OFT) 1 – Flight Support 4 - Aircraft 2 – Unit Training Device (UTD) 4th Digit Block of training Blocks go sequentially in order (i.e. C41xx block, C42xx block) Required proficiency normally increases with each block

9 JPPT Curriculum Guide (Glossary)
5th/6th Digit Event # in block series or other type of training 84 – Adaptation – usually for airsickness 85 – Practice sim 86 – Warmup – given after a break in training 87 – Extra Training (ET) – usually awarded due to a training deficiency 88 – Initial Progress Check (IPC) – check to see if meeting standards 89 – Final Progress Check (FPC) – a final check to see if SNA can finish syl 90 – Check Flight/Exam – Normal check ride within each phase of training

10 JPPT Curriculum Guide (Glossary)
Examples: C4103 C – Contact Stage 4 – Aircraft Event 1 – 1st Block of Training 03 – 3rd Event in Block I3204 I – Instrument Stage 3 – Simulator Event 2 – 2nd Block of Training 04 – 4th Event in Block SY0108 SY – Systems Stage 0 – Ground Training 1 – 1st Block of Training 08 – 8th Training CAI Module C4490 C – Contact Stage 4 – Aircraft Event 4 – 4th Block of Training 90 – Check ride

11 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Grading process Established scale to document performance on maneuvers Scale compares performance to the course training standards (CTS) Grading Scale Demonstrated – NG / 1 IP demonstrates the maneuver Used for solo flights where an IP cannot observe maneuvers Indicated grade for accomplishment of Special Syllabus Requirements (SSR) Unable – U / 2 Performance is unsafe or lacks sufficient knowledge, skill, or ability Deviations greatly exceed CTS & corrections are extremely slow Requires constant IP coaching to accomplish skill or maneuver Fair – F / 3 Performance is safe but with limited proficiency Deviations exceed CTS & corrections still lag and may not be appropriate Still requires moderate coaching

12 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Grading Scale (cont) Good – G / 4 Performance is within CTS Deviations outside of CTS may occur if they are brief, minor, & do not affect safety Corrections must be appropriate and timely Excellent – E / 5 Performance greatly surpasses CTS Performance is correct, efficient, and skillful Any deviations are minor & corrections are rapid but smooth & appropriate

13 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Maneuver Item File (MIF) The required grade for a specific maneuver that must be obtained by EOB Every stage has all blocks & maneuvers spelled out in Curriculum Guide Example: For “In-flight Checks/Fuel Management”, the syllabus requires you to get a grade of U/2 thru the end of the C3102 simulator block. By the end of the C4104 block (4 aircraft events), the syllabus now requires you to get a grade of F/3 Syllabus looks for progression of skills with more training Critical Items (Mandatory) Displayed with a “+” next to the required grade Mandatory to meet the required proficiency by EOB Optional Items No “+” with required grade If maneuver is accomplished, must meet indicated proficiency level

14 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Grades and TIMS gradebook Each event will have a grade sheet filled out Grades are stored in your TIMS gradebook (electronically) Each grade sheet has the maneuvers, MIF, and awarded grade Example: On this event, General Knowledge/Procedures requires a grade of F/3+ by the EOB. The “+” makes this maneuver/grade mandatory. The student was awarded a G/4 for their performance as measured against CTS

15 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Overall Grade Represent the student’s progression through JPPT Based on performance against the MIF Overall Grades Pass – Progress is adequate to meet standards by end of block (EOB) Marginal – Ability to meet standards by EOB is questionable Unsatisfactory – Student exhibits dangerous tendencies or progress towards meeting standards by EOB is insufficient Awarding Overall Grades Must meet MIF by EOB Prior to EOB, performance must meet/exceed previous block MIF Must not “regress” in grades from block to block (Regression Rule) May get an F/3 on two maneuvers where a previous block required a G/4 If more than two maneuvers awarded F/3 when previous block required a G/4 = Unsatisfactory Overall If performance on a maneuver for two consecutive events is an F/3 when a G/4 is required in previous block = Unsatisfactory Overall If any maneuver is awarded a U/2 after required grade is F/3 or G/4 in previous block = Unsatisfactory Overall

16 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Unsatisfactory Performance Ready Room Unsat (RRU) Student performance at the briefing is unsatisfactory The flying portion of the event shall not occur Result in going directly to an Initial Progress Check (IPC) On an event If events remain in the block, student continues to the next event until the 2nd consecutive unsat or 3rd cumulative unsat in the block If no events remain in the block, student repeats last block event until the 2nd consecutive unsat or 3rd cumulative unsat in the block If student unsats a check ride, has two consecutive unsats in a row, or three cumulative unsats in a block = IPC If student unsats a subsequent check ride, has two further consecutive unsats in a row, or three cumulative unsats in a block = FPC

17 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Warmup events (86 events) Used for breaks in training Eligibility based on the # of days since last flight or sim in the same stage Coded with phase, block & “86” (example: C4286) Warmup grades do not satisfy block required grades to progress in that block When events awarded? See table

18 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Special Monitoring Status (SMS) Students placed in SMS to focus supervisory attention on their progress in training, specific deficiencies, and potential to complete the program May also relate to students resolving personal issues Intended as a short term program (set goals for removal) If student achieves required goals or personal issues resolved, student returns to normal training flow If student fails to achieve required goals or performance does not improve, student goes to an IPC or FPC

19 General Instructions (Chapter I)
Progress Checks Used to evaluate the students potential to complete JPPT and advanced training Student’s first progress check is an Initial Progress Check (IPC) and labeled as Sxx88 Student’s second progress check is a Final Progress Check (FPC) and labeled as Sxx89 Triggers for an IPC: First RRU Second academic test failure Failed check ride Two consecutive or three cumulative unsat events in the same block Results of an IPC: Pass and return to normal syllabus flow Fail and move to an FPC Triggers for an FPC Following a failed IPC Conditions for an IPC exist but the student has already been to an IPC CO directed when the potential to complete JPPT and advanced training is in doubt Results of an FPC: Fail and move to attrition recommendation by CO

20 Course Training Standards (CTS) (Chapter IX)
Purpose Outline the tasks and proficiency required for each maneuver “Standards” equates to a G/4 Aircraft control must be smooth and positive. Performance may be within CTS and still not warrant a grade of good if inputs are delayed, erratic, imprecise or inappropriate Momentary deviations outside CTS that do not compromise safety are acceptable if corrections are timely KNOW THE COURSE TRAINING STANDARDS FOR THE MANEUVERS!

21 Ground Training (Chapter II)
Covers all of the initial training to be accomplished prior to flight line ops Goes through and defines: Gxxxx – Ground event CAI and classes SYxxxx – Systems CAI and classes PRxxxx – Procedures CAI and classes Lists prerequisites - items that must be accomplished prior to moving on

22 Stage Training Sections (Chapters IV-VIII)
Different stage chapters (Contact, Instrument, etc.) Each stage chapter starts with overall MIF grid Gives overall snapshot of stage Shows expectations of skill set proficiency advancement for each maneuver Shows all the various training blocks in the stage Breaks out simulator, aircraft, and check flight events After MIF grid, stage chapter will break out each individual training block

23 Stage Training Sections (Chapters IV-VIII)
Breakouts for each block of training (i.e. C21xx, C41xx block, etc.) Does not get very specific to each individual event in the block List prerequisites that must be accomplished prior to beginning the block Lists syllabus notes as to what will be accomplished on various block events if any required Lists Special Syllabus Requirements (SSRs) that need to be accomplished if any required Lists discussion items by event in block

24 Stage Training Sections (Chapters IV-VIII)
Each block section breaks out all the graded maneuvers and required MIF by EOB Grades for a block are always expectations by EOB…not per event

25 Topics Covered JPPT Curriculum Guide General Instructions
Course Training Standards Ground Training Stage Chapter Breakout

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