2) Operational Procedures
3) Aircraft Performance
4) Human Performance Limitations
5) Mass & Balance
Basically, today I will be explaining some facilities and some pictures around HM Aerospace Ground School as requested by some people. There's not pretty much to say about HMA facilities. There are 2 floors for groundschool, but depending on the currency of batches at that time. We have 3 batches at current in the ground school phase, Batch 44/45 ( which is my batch), Batch 46 and Batch 47( the new batch). Today, 3rd October 2013, Batch 47 had their Private Pilot License (PPL) exam in our ground school. I will use some pictures to describe HMA's groundschool.
1) He/She has to obtain class schedules from this place, as well as class attendance sheet. Remember, the revision of class schedules may vary from day to day.
2) Changing of whiteboard markers and dusters will be taken here.
3) Colour marked sheets are needed to be given to instructors for them to write marks when you conduct any progressive tests or exams.
4) Cadets' Marking sheets can be obtained here for filling up the answers when they answer the questions. By the way, almost all the questions are Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ). However, some instructors would want to obtain plain sheets for cadets to write and draw the diagrams, calculations, formulas and explanations on certain questions. So yea, I suggest for practicing questions and learn professionally about the subjects :-)
5) You do have to book the examination halls for cadets to conduct the class or any other functions.
That's the job for batch leader, and to note everyone that batch leaders are changing every week. So everyone will have a chance to become a batch leader. Be a good batch leader, do what you suppose to do and don't do what you suppose not to do. Time management is very important too. Make sure keep a handy watch on your time and make cooperation with other batchmates.
website call Joint Aviation Authority (JAA) Website, where you won't deviate yourself to other information. You may be encouraged to learn more, but it's a guideline for you. Aircraft Performance dealt with Principles of Flight in Phase I, therefore most cadets, including me will tend to forget some terms and the routing in Principle Of Flight. So, most of us require "search and rescue" in our Long Term Memory (LTM), which requires long time for us to grab from the deep well.
Don't forget to cross check your white board markers that all markers are working :). As well as computers, projectors, air conditioning and fan speed.
CAP 698, which is Aircraft Performance Manual. In this manual, there are various graph, which I bet everyone will start spinning their head when look at the ground. But yes, pilots gonna draw and determine the parameters from those graphs. So, don't think pilots are easy to be. They are in the professionalism where you require huge knowledge and experience in the subject.
So Long Folks :)