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Template pilot situation/training solutions ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​TOPIC ​Content as per  ICAO Annex 6 ​ SITUATION 1 SITUATION 2 SITUATION 3 SITUATION 4 ​ SITUATION 5 ​TRAINING (Competence) ​ ​ ​ Prof check​ ​OK without alleviation ​OK without alleviation ​OK with  alleviation ​OK with  alleviationalleviation validity period lapsed ​Flight Crew  Training Program ​OK without alleviation ​OK without alleviation ​OK with  alleviation ​OK with  alleviation ​​alleviation validity  period lapsed ​Recent experience ​OK without alleviation ​OK with  alleviation ​OK without alleviation ​OK with  alleviation ​​alleviation validity  period lapsed ​Aerodrome, route, area recency ​OK without alleviation ​OK with  alleviation ​OK without alleviation ​OK with  alleviation ​​alleviation validity  period lapsed ​ TRAINING SOLUTIONS ​ ​ ​ ​ ​Option1 ​Optional Ground Traning refresher + ​* FSTD Refresher session  if Last flight performed >60 days ​Option2 ​ Optional Ground Traning refresher + ​ ​* FSTD Refresher session ​ Option3 ​ Ground Traning refresher + ​​* FSTD Refresher session + ** Evaluation ​Option4 Ground  Traning refresher + ​​* FSTD Refresher session + Consolidation session  + ** Evaluation + ***Optional LIFUS ​ Option5 Ground  Traning refresher + ​ ​​​* FSTD Refresher session + Consolidation session  + ** Evaluation + ***Optional LIFUS ​ * Refresher session includes the recent experience requirements **Evaluation means the formal summative assessment of the pilot performance ***Optional LIFUS, line flying under supervision (LIFUS) is recommended when the last flight has been performed beyond 6 months ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Operators Training Curriculum Examples Lufthansa Air France Emirates ******************************************************************************************** Note:   Go back to Table SITUATION 1: The operator has been able to maintain ICAO Annex 6 standards for both training and operational elements SITUATION 2: The operator has been able to maintain ICAO Annex 6 standards for training elements and has needed alleviation regarding operational elements SITUATION 3: The operator has been able to maintain ICAO Annex 6 standards for operational elements and has needed alleviation regarding training elements SITUATION 4: The operator has not been able to maintain ICAO Annex 6 standards and has needed alleviation regarding both training and operational elements SITUATION 5: The operator has not been able to maintain ICAO Annex 6 standards, has needed alleviation regarding both training and operational elements and the validity period of alleviations has lapsed Go back to  Returning to normal crew training, proficiency and recency validity periods Share this page : Contact ICAO | The United Nations Terms and Conditions | External Resources | Web Support | FAQ © International Civil Aviation Organization
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Score: 813773.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/OP...ing%20solutions%20roadmap.aspx
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SRMFlowchart §5.3.13 §4.3 and §5.3.5 Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States §5.3.12 Alleviation Summary Possible mitigations §5.3 and 5.3.8 §2.5 and §5.2.5 §5.4.3 and §5.4.6 Relevant Standard CCRD Entry Required Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States Applicability Minimum pre-requesities §5.3.8, §5.3.9, §5.3.10 Operational Context §5.3.4 and §5.4.9§ 5.3.3 and Table 4-1§2.3 and §5.3.1 Problem Statement Alleviation Summary Identify appropriate experts to review alleviation Request for aleviation or CAA considering alleviations Understand the need for the alleviation and identify/collect/analyze available data and information I s the aviat ion safety r isk acceptable? Assess the need for additional risk mitigation Yes No §5.3.11 Define additional risk mitigation and limitations of the alleviation N otify ICAO and States/Service Providers of alleviation Alleviat ion granted with r isk assessm ent docum ented Document, monitor and review I s the aviat ion safety r isk acceptable? (...) For fur ther inform ation, please visit https:/ /w w w.icao.int/safety/COVI D -19OPS/Pages/QRGs.aspx#Overview Legend Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States §5.3.10 Assess impact of existing/ multiple alleviations Consider status and volume of expected traffic for alleviation period https://www.icao.int/safety/COVID-19OPS/Pages/QRGs.aspx#Overview SRMFlowchart V2 EG comments
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Score: 804685.16 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...s/SM/SRM%20QRG%20flowchart.pdf
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Applicability  Licences, which were valid at the point of time as determined by the State, defined in the published alleviation measure.  This alleviation applies for the period established by the State and ending no later than 31 March 2021. Alleviation summary  This alleviation allows pilots from States that issue licences or ratings with an expiry date to conduct an international operation after that date. (...) Possible Mitigations The following measures address the risk of disruption as described in the problem statement. - A companion document outlining the State’s alleviation standards is carried by the pilot - The pilot or operator confirms the States over which the flight will overfly and the destination accept the published temporary differences. - If applicable, pilot complies with any relevant Annex 6 alleviation standards published by the State Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States  An alleviation applicable to a license holder subject to relevant enforcement, or any suspension or cancellation action.
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Score: 795506.6 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Docum...0validity%20extension_V2.0.pdf
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Applicability  Licences, which were valid at the point of time as determined by the State, defined in the published alleviation measure.  This alleviation applies for the period established by the State and ending no later than 31 March 2021. Alleviation summary  This alleviation allows pilots from States that issue licences or ratings with an expiry date to conduct an international operation after that date. (...) Possible Mitigations The following measures address the risk of disruption as described in the problem statement. - A companion document outlining the State’s alleviation standards is carried by the pilot - The pilot or operator confirms the States over which the flight will overfly and the destination accept the published temporary differences. - If applicable, pilot complies with any relevant Annex 6 alleviation standards published by the State Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States  An alleviation applicable to a license holder subject to relevant enforcement, or any suspension or cancellation action.
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Score: 795506.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...0validity%20extension_V2.0.pdf
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Establishing Alleviations You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. (...) Note on cumulative risks associated with multiple alleviations:  Where multiple alleviations are used simultaneously by a service provider or operator, particular attention must be given to how any associated cumulative risks are addressed. In some cases, a State may deem it necessary to limit the number or extent of alleviations to be used. This section of the web site provides guidance for States to establish such temporary alleviations.
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Score: 793931.15 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO.../EstablishingAlleviations.aspx
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No. 481 Increasing the contribution of small-scale fisheries to poverty alleviation and food security C. Béné WorldFish Center Cairo, Egypt G. (...) Increasing the contribution of small-scale fisheries to poverty alleviation and food security. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. (...) Definitions and concepts 1.1 Characterization of small-scale fisheries 1.2 Small-scale fisheries and poverty 1.3 Fisheries and poverty alleviation 1.4 The concept of food security 2. Contribution, role and importance of small-scale fisheries     in poverty alleviation and food security 2.1 The Code, small-scale fisheries and poverty alleviation 2.2 Small-scale fisheries and poverty alleviation 2.3 Fish and food security 2.4 Small-scale fisheries and food security 3.
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Score: 793732.57 - https://www.fao.org/3/a0965e/a0965e00.htm
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Alleviation summary Temporarily allow operators to assign pilots to act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot or cruise relief pilot although not meeting full recent experience requirements. Pilot-in-command or co-pilot alleviations may be granted either by: a) reducing the number of required take-offs, approaches and landings (3); or b) extending the applicable period (90 days); or both. (...) Operational context  The reduced level of safety achieved after granting alleviations is compensated by the reduction in exposure due to reduced operations, which reduce the complexity of the operating environment for the crew.  Alleviations should be subject to additional restrictions in order to reduce flight crew exposure to demanding situations (e.g. unfamiliar areas/airports, severe weather, etc.).  Alleviations should be commensurate to the recent experience gained by the concerned pilots.
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Score: 793669.53 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...rience%20Requirements_v1.1.pdf
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Alleviation summary Temporarily allow operators to assign pilots to act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot or cruise relief pilot although not meeting all recent experience requirements. Pilot-in-command or co-pilot alleviations may be granted by reducing the number of required take-offs, approaches and landings; Cruise relief pilot alleviations may be granted by substituting flying skill refresher training, normally conducted in the aeroplane or in an approved flight simulator, for alternative training. Operational context  Consideration needs to be given to the likely impact of a significantly reduced operation.  Alleviations should be commensurate to the recent experience gained by the concerned pilots.
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Score: 791130.76 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/RPTF/OPS-RER.pdf
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Alleviation summary Temporarily allow operators to assign pilots to act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot or cruise relief pilot although not meeting all recent experience requirements. Pilot-in-command or co-pilot alleviations may be granted by reducing the number of required take-offs, approaches and landings; Cruise relief pilot alleviations may be granted by substituting flying skill refresher training, normally conducted in the aeroplane or in an approved flight simulator, for alternative training. Operational context  Consideration needs to be given to the likely impact of a significantly reduced operation.  Alleviations should be commensurate to the recent experience gained by the concerned pilots.
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Score: 791130.76 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...uise%20relief%20pilot_v2.0.pdf
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Applicability These alleviations should apply to cabin crew members, in commercial air transport, whose recurrent training must be completed in the alleviation period established by the State and ending no later than 31 March 2021. Alleviation summary  Extended validity of cabin crew qualifications (and licences, where applicable).  Allow alternative means for providing the training (e.g. (...) Alleviations likely to be unacceptable to other States  Changes without a safety risk assessment to manage the alleviation.  Alleviation of hands-on and simulated exercises in cabin crew initial training.  Reduction of content in the approved training programme syllabus (training delivery method may be modified but all content needs to be either addressed or deferred for successful completion at a later date by each cabin crew member).  Permitting lapses in cabin crew qualifications, once training has resumed as part of a return to normal operations.
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Score: 787493.9 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/RPTF/OPS-CCRTR.pdf
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