Cessna FlTS Accepted lnstructor

G1000 Training Program Handbook




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CESSNA FITS ACCEPTED INSTRUCTOR (CFAI) DESIGNATION OVERVIEW

The Cessna FITS Accepted Instructor (CFAI) designation allows a designated certified
flight instructor to provide Cessna FITS accepted G1000 transition training to Cessna
customers and Cessna rental pilots worldwide. The instructor must remain affiliated
with a Cessna Pilot Center (CPC) or Cessna Sales Team Authorized Representative
(CSTAR). If the CFAI conducts G1000 Transition Training in conjunction with the sale
of an aircraft, the CPC or CSTAR is then given the monetary training entitlement
provided for each aircraft. Factory trained CFAIs are not allowed to train CFAIs in the
field.

The CFAI designation is not required to instruct in G1000-equipped aircraft for aircraft
owners or rental pilots. It is only required to teach the Cessna FITS Accepted Course,
provide FITS completion certificates, and to train Cessna customers for factory
reimbursement.

To obtain this designation, the CFAI must do the following:
1. Complete the G1000 Transition Training Course and CFAI Course. This includes
both the required ground and flight training. The CFAI must obtain the highest
desired learning outcome level for each task and demonstrate proficiency and
knowledge on each task.
2. Return the FAA Industry Training Standard (FITS) Scenario Based Transition
Syllabus and Standards for the Cessna Single Engine Propeller Aircraft complete
with sample scenarios for the area in which the majority of training will take place
to the designated representative of the Pilot Training Department.

To retain this designation, the CFAI must do the following:
3. Maintain the CFAI Proficiency Program Subscription. This fee is due in January
of each year and is good for 12 calendar months. The CFAI will be notified of the
fee structure and subscription format options for the following year in January.
4. Notify the Pilot Training Department immediately regarding changes in
employment status or personal information.

The CFAI designation can be upgraded to a CFAI+ (plus) status. This indicates that the
CFAI may teach the Nav III G1000 Transition course as well as the FITS accepted
Corvalis Transition course, both at the Independence Factory. The Plus designation
requires factory training on these aircraft as well as materials specific to that course.
CFAIs without the Plus designation may not teach this course for the certificate or
reimbursement unless Cessna Pilot Training indicates they are a CFAI+.
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CESSNA NAV III TRANSITION COURSE OVERVIEW

The ground-training segment is conducted with the assistance of the Cessna FITS
Accepted Training Program and the Garmin G1000 PC-Based Trainer. Time spent
during an instructor-led PIM review and cockpit familiarization session may also count
towards total ground training required. The flight training segment is completed with the
guidance of the FAA Industry Training Standard (FITS) Scenario Based Transition
Syllabus and Standards for the Cessna Single Engine Propeller Aircraft and the scripted
scenarios developed by the CFAI and accepted by the Cessna Pilot Training
Department in Independence.

The purposed of this training program is to familiarize the Pilot in Training (PT) with the
functionality of the G1000 and aircraft systems. This program is not intended to be
instruction for general aircraft operation or substitute for any obligation by the operator
to be competent and knowledgeable in the operation of the aircraft or any installed
components.

The goals of the FITS Training Philosophy in priority of importance are as follows:
1. Higher Order Thinking
a. Aeronautical Decision Making and Situational Awareness
b. Pattern Recognition (Emergency Procedures) and Decision Making
2. Automation Competence
3. Planning and Execution
4. Procedural Knowledge
5. Psychomotor skills
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COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS

***Please reference Programmed Training Hours for the number of hours required for
the completion of ground and flight training

Discretion of the CFAI is required during ground training to determine that the PT is at
an appropriate knowledge level after completion of the appropriate ground module. The
PT should demonstrate the ability to explain the fundamental concepts and procedures
covered in the previous ground module.

The objective of scenario-based flight training is to initiate a change in the thought
processes, habits and behaviors of the students during the planning and execution of
each scenario. The flight-training segment of the Cessna NAV III Transition Training
Program is completed once the PT has achieved an appropriate level of proficiency for
each task on each scenario.

REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR FITS CERTIFICATE

Once training is completed, the CFAI must submit the following paperwork:
Learner-Centered Grading Syllabus with signatures of both the CFAI and the
Pilot in Training (PT).
Completed Customer Information and Record of Training form with contact
information for the PT. IF YOU ARE REQUESTING REIMBURSEMENT
AVAILABLE WITH THE SALE OF THE AIRCRAFT, PLEASE INCLUDE THE
SERIAL NUMBER IN THE UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER AND SPECIFY,
“REIMBURSEMENT REQUESTED”.
Optional: Training survey with applicable comments and suggestions from both
parties.

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LEARNER-CENTERED GRADING FORM
Desired Pilot in Training (PT) Scenario Outcomes

Maneuver Grades (Tasks)
o Explain - at the completion of the scenario the PT will be able to describe the
scenario activity and understand the underlying concepts, principles, and
procedures that comprise the activity. Significant instructor effort will be
required to successfully execute the maneuver.
o Practice - at the completion of the scenario the PT will be able to plan and
execute the scenario activity. Coaching and / or assistance from the CFI will
correct minor deviations and errors identified by the CFI.
o Perform - at the completion of the scenario, the PT will be able to perform the
activity without assistance from the CFI. Errors and deviations will be identified
and corrected by the PT in an expeditious manner. At no time will the
successful completion of the activity be in doubt. “Perform” will be used to
signify that the PT is satisfactorily demonstrating proficiency in traditional
piloting and systems operation skills.
Single Pilot Resource Management (SRM) Grades
o Explain – the PT can verbally identify, describe, and understand the risks
inherent in the flight scenario. The student will need to be prompted to identify
risks and make more decisions.
o Practice – the PT is able to identify, understand, and apply SRM principles to
the actual flight situation. Coaching, instruction, and / or assistance from the
CFI will quickly correct minor deviations and errors identified by the CFI. The
student will be an active decision maker.
o Manage / Decide – the PT can correctly gather the most important data
available both within and outside the cockpit, identify possible course of action,
evaluate the risk inherent in each course of action, and make the appropriate
decision. Instructor intervention is not required for the safe completion of the
flight.

PT Name _______________________________________
Ratings Held
Private
Instrument
Commercial
ATP
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Flight Scenario 1
Maneuver Grades PT Instructor
Explain Practice Perform Explain Practice Perform
Normal Preflight & Cockpit Procedures
Checklist Usage
Engine Start & Taxi Procedures
Engine Start
G1000 Setup
Taxi
Before Takeoff Checklist
Normal & Abnormal Indications
G1000 Setup
Autopilot Checks
Takeoff
Normal/Crosswind
PFD Crosscheck
Straight & Level Flight
Normal Turns
Climb & Descent
Flight Maneuvers
Steep Turns
Slow Flight
Stalls
G1000 Programming
COM/NAV Frequency Loading
Flight Plans
Flight Director Operation
Vertical Modes
Lateral Modes
Autopilot Operation
Vertical Modes
o PIT
o VS
o ALT
o VNV
Lateral Modes
o ROL
o HDG
o NAV
Situational Awareness Aids
SafeTaxi
TIS/TAS
Stormscope
Weather Datalink
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Terrain Awareness/TAWS
Landing
Before Landing Checklist
Normal/Crosswind
Aircraft Shutdown & Securing
Shutdown Checklist


Single Pilot Resource Management Grades PT Instructor
Explain Practice Explain Practice
Scenario Planning
Flight Planning
Manage
/Decide
Manage
/Decide
Weight & Balance
Determining Performance
Climb Procedures
Autopilot Climb
Checklist Usage
Division of Attention
Cruise Procedures
Autopilot Cruise
Checklist Usage
Lean Assist
Division of Attention
Descent Planning & Execution
VNAV Programming
Autopilot Descent
CFIT Avoidance
Checklist Usage

Notes:___________________________________________________________________________
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Date__________________________________
Flight Time/Briefing Time_________/_________
CFI___________________________________
PT____________________________________
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Flight Scenario 2
Maneuver Grades PT Instructor
Explain Practice Perform Explain Practice Perform
Normal Preflight & Cockpit Procedures
Checklist Usage
o Oxygen System Checks
Engine Start & Taxi Procedures
Engine Start
G1000 Setup
Taxi
Before Takeoff Checklist
Normal & Abnormal Indications
G1000 Setup
Autopilot Checks
Takeoff
Normal/Crosswind
PFD Crosscheck
Straight & Level Flight
Normal Turns
Climb & Descent
G1000 Programming
COM/NAV Frequency Loading
Flight Plans
Instrument Procedure Loading
Flight Director Operation
Vertical Modes
Lateral Modes
Autopilot Operation
Vertical Modes
o PIT
o VS
o ALT
o VNV
Lateral Modes
o ROL
o HDG
o NAV
o APR
o REV
Instrument Approach Procedures (if applicable)
ILS
VOR
GPS / RNAV
DME Arcs
Holding/Procedure Turns
Missed Approach


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Maneuver Grades (continued) PT Instructor
Explain Practice Perform Explain Practice Perform
Situational Awareness Aids
SafeTaxi
TIS/TAS
Stormscope
Weather Datalink
Terrain Awareness/TAWS
Landing
Before Landing Checklist
Normal/Crosswind
Aircraft Shutdown & Securing
Shutdown Checklist

Single Pilot Resource Management Grades PT Instructor
Explain Practice Explain Practice
Scenario Planning
Flight Planning
Manage
/Decide
Manage
/Decide
Weight & Balance
Determining Performance
Climb Procedures
Autopilot Climb
Checklist Usage
Division of Attention
Oxygen Usage (if applicable)
Cruise Procedures
Autopilot Cruise
Checklist Usage
Lean Assist
Division of Attention
Oxygen Usage (if applicable)
Descent Planning & Execution
VNAV Programming
Autopilot Descent
CFIT Avoidance
Checklist Usage

Notes:_________________________________________________________________________
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Date__________________________________
Flight Time/Briefing Time_________/_________
CFI___________________________________
PT____________________________________
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Flight Scenario 3
Maneuver Grades PT Instructor
Explain Practice Perform Explain Practice Perform
Normal Preflight & Cockpit Procedures
Checklist Usage
Engine Start & Taxi Procedures
Engine Start
G1000 Setup
Taxi
Before Takeoff Checklist
Normal & Abnormal Indications
G1000 Setup
Autopilot Checks
Takeoff
Normal/Crosswind
PFD Crosscheck
Straight & Level Flight
Normal Turns
Climb & Descent
G1000 Programming
COM/NAV Frequency Loading
Flight Plans
Instrument Procedure Loading
Flight Director Operation
Vertical Modes
Lateral Modes
Autopilot Operation
Vertical Modes
o PIT
o VS
o ALT
o VNV
Lateral Modes
o ROL
o HDG
o NAV
o APR
o REV
Instrument Approach Procedures with Failures (if applicable)
ILS
VOR
GPS/RNAV
DME Arcs
Holding/Procedure Turns
Missed Approach
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Maneuver Grades (continued) PT Instructor
Explain Practice Perform Explain Practice Perform
Situational Awareness Aids
TIS/TAS
Stormscope
Weather Datalink
Terrain Awareness/TAWS
Landing
Before Landing Checklist
Landing with Failures
Aircraft Shutdown & Securing
Shutdown Checklist
Single Pilot Resource Management Grades PT Instructor
Explain Practice Explain Practice
Scenario Planning
Flight Planning
Manage
/Decide
Manage
/Decide
Weight & Balance
Determining Performance
Diversion
Climb Procedures
Autopilot Climb
Checklist Usage
Division of Attention
Cruise Procedures
Autopilot Cruise
Checklist Usage
Lean Assist
Division of Attention
Emergency Procedures
Display Failure
AHRS/ADC Failure
Flying on Standby Instruments
Checklist Usage
Descent Planning & Execution
VNAV Programming
Autopilot Descent
CFIT Avoidance
Checklist Usage

Notes:_________________________________________________________________________

Date__________________________________
Flight Time/Briefing Time_________/_________
CFI___________________________________
PT____________________________________
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PROGRAMMED TRAINING HOURS

Required Ground Training Time, All Modules ................................................. 8 hours
(This time includes, but is not limited to, time spent during an interactive ground session
with the CFAI and the Training Program while utilizing the G1000 PC-trainer, cockpit
familiarization exercises and the Pilot Information Manual/Pilot’s Operating Handbook
review/briefing.)

Required Flight Training Time
MINIMUM Total Flight Time (non-IFR rated) ..................................................... 3 hours
MINIMUM Total Flight Time (IFR rated)............................................................. 4 hours
TYPICAL Total Flight Time ............................................................................. 4-6 hours

All three scenarios shall not be completed in one flight. The completion time of all tasks
outlined in the syllabus should be 3-6 hours depending on the experience of the PT. If
additional training is required or desired, the cost is at the discretion of the CFAI.
Cessna will not reimburse the CFAI for additional training.
o If the pilot is not instrument rated, flight scenarios 1 and 3 must be
completed. Flight scenario 2 may be completed as an additional VFR
flight, at the discretion of the CFAI, but is not required.
o If the aircraft is turbo-charged, high-altitude operations training can be
conducted during the flight training at the discretion of the CFAI and
customer.

Briefing and Debriefing

Briefing and debriefing time is critical to the proper implementation of the FITS
philosophy. Total time spent on each scenario should exceed 3-4 hours to include the
briefing time.

Use of Flight Training Devices

The use of flight training devices must be approved by the Cessna Pilot Training
Department. This device must utilize software that is either the current version installed
on new aircraft, or the version previous. Once approved, use of an FTD is done at the
discretion of the CFAI.
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GROUND TRAINING OUTLINE

PURPOSE: To provide the CFAI the guidance necessary to complete the ground
training portions of the Cessna NAV III Transition Training Course. The ground training
portion of the transition course will be completed with the assistance of the Cessna
FITS Accepted Training Program and the G1000 PC-Trainer. Additional discussion
topics and interactive exercises are also provided to help increase the PT’s knowledge
of the G1000.

Ground Training Module One: Classroom
Suggested Duration: 2 hours

Abbreviations:
PT: Pilot in Training
FD: Flight Director
FLC: Flight Level Change

1) Introduction\Orientation:
a) Welcome
b) Introductions
i) Instructor
ii) PTs
(1) Instructor Note: Allow each individual in the class to introduce
themselves and provide background and experience information as well
as the intended use of the aircraft. This allows the CFAI to become
familiar with everyone’s experience levels and creates an open
environment for questions and discussions.
c) Additional Discussion
i) Course Prerequisites
(1) It is encouraged for the PT to review all available reference materials.
Each aircraft owner may receive Garmin manuals. It is strongly
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recommended that renter pilots also have access to the reference
materials before participating in ground training to establish a foundation
of knowledge on the G1000. The Pilot’s Guide and Cockpit Reference
Guide can be downloaded from www.Garmin.com and the PC-Trainer can
also be ordered directly from Garmin via the website. It is also
recommended each PT meet the appropriate PIC/currency requirements
outlined by 14 CFR sections 61.56 and 61.57.
(2) Complete the Customer Information and Record of Training Form,
including the customer contact information.
(3) Consider and discuss additional endorsements:
(a) Biennial Flight Review
(b) Instrument Proficiency Check
(c) High-Performance Endorsement
(i) Instructors employed by Cessna Aircraft Company are not able to
sign PT logbooks, however, CFAIs are not restricted from signing
logbooks and may do so at the discretion of the CFAI.
(4) Questions, comments or suggestions should be directed to the Cessna
Pilot Training Department in Independence, Kansas, at (620) 332-0544

2) Training Approach
i) Ground Training Overview/Objective
ii) Flight Training Overview/Objective
iii) FITS Philosophy
(1) Definition
(2) Benefits
(3) Certificate
(a) Anyone completing the entire transition course under the guidance of a
factory-designated CFAI is eligible to receive the FITS certificate upon
receipt of the required documents by the Cessna Pilot Training
Department.
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(4) For additional information on FITS, please visit
www.faa.gov/education_research/training/fits/.

3) Display Overview:
a) Flight Indications
b) PFD
c) MFD

4) Operational Basics:
a) Bezel Controls
b) COM/NAV Tuning
c) Data Entry
d) MFD Navigation

5) Flight Director/Autopilot Introduction:
a) General Description
b) Limitations
c) Basic Operation
d) Other AFCS Controls

Ground Training Module One: Lab/Interactive Training Session
Suggested Duration: 2 hours

6) System Configuration
a) PFD Configuration
b) System Setup
c) MFD Navigation Map Overlays

7) Flight Scenario Content: Use the PC Trainer (or other training device) to “fly” the
sample scenario while covering the listed content allowing the customer to get as
much “hands on” experience as practical with the G1000 controls and features
before going to the airplane to fly Scenario 1.
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a) NOTE: The slide sequence is new for version 10a and is provided only as an example of
the content that may be covered. It is highly recommended that the Garmin G1000 PC
Trainer (or other suitable training device) be used for this training content rather than the
slide sequence. A possible route is mentioned in the following outline but it is only a
suggestion. The CFAI should select a route appropriate to his/her training area.)

b) Leg 1
i) Before Taxi
(1) Airport information – Waypoint Group, frequency selection – auto and
manual
ii) Before takeoff checklist
(1) Altimeter setting, Selected Altitude Set, Fuel Calculator, Flight Plan –
Active (Leg 1: KIDP-KJLN) and catalog (Leg 2: KJLN-KFAM), GPS Status
check, Transponder
iii) Departure
(1) Autopilot on – HDG, NAV, FLC
(2) Nav capture – Altitude capture
iv) Cruise
(1) Mixture – Lean (Discuss Lean Assist)
(2) Enroute altitude change – VS mode
(3) VNAV setup
(4) Arrival airport information and frequency set – consider Data Link
METARs
(5) VNAV capture
v) Descent
(1) Altitude capture at BOD
(2) Safe taxi features – (KJLN taxiway designators and “hot spots”
information)

c) Leg 2 (optional leg time permitting) – review and practice Leg 1 activities as
applicable (route KJLN – KFAM)
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i) Before departure
(1) Activate stored flight plan from catalog
ii) Enroute
(1) Enroute diversion around airspace or weather – Direct to Map Pointer then
add the MAPWPT to flight plan
(2) Divert to alternate airport – press D key and enter Waypoint (or place Map
Pointer on Waypoint then press D key (KSGF))
(3) Other Map Group Pages and other MFD information.
iii) Descent
(1) Direct to VNAV setup and capture

Ground Training Module Two: Lab/Interactive Training Session
Suggested Duration: 2 hours

Objective: Enhance understanding of G1000 Basics and introduce advanced multi-
function display features and autopilot instrument approach procedures.

8) Map setup – Map group, Aviation group

9) Module II Lab – Flight Scenario Content: Use the PC Trainer (or other training
device) to “fly” the sample scenario while covering the listed content allowing the
customer to get as much “hands on” experience as practical with the G1000 controls
and features before going to the airplane to fly Scenario 2.

a) NOTE: The slide sequence is new for version 10a and is provided only as an example of
the content that may be covered. It is highly recommended that the Garmin G1000 PC
Trainer (or other suitable training device) be used for this training content rather than the
slide sequence. A possible route is mentioned in the following outline but it is only a
suggestion. The CFAI should select a route appropriate to his/her training area.)

b) Leg 1
i) Before Taxi – review from Module I as appropriate
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(1) Airport information – Waypoint Group, frequency selection – auto and
manual
ii) Before takeoff – review from Module I as appropriate
(1) Altimeter setting, Selected Altitude, Fuel Calculator, Flight Plan with
airways (KIDP – OSW – V190 – SGF – KSGF), Transponder
iii) Departure
(1) Autopilot on – HDG, NAV, FLC
(2) NAV capture – Altitude capture
iv) Enroute
(1) Expanded MFD Page Groups and pages - (Tailor this section to the
customers needs – address more commonly used pages (the bold
underlined ones) in more detail and limit time spent on other pages to a
brief overview)
(a) MAP – Traffic, Stormscope, Weather Data Link (suggested item to cover: NEXRAD,
SIG/AIR, METAR, WIND, FRZ LVL), Terrain
(b) WPT – Airport, Intersection, NDB, VOR, User
(c) NRST – Airport, Intersection, NDB, VOR, User, Frequencies, Airspace Alerts (point
out Softkey function)
(d) AUX - Trip Planning, Utility, GPS Status, System Setup, XM Information, System
Status
v) Arrival
(1) Approach selection and loading (KSGF- ILS 14), Approach briefing (Show
Chart, BARO MIN), VNAV setup, VNAV capture, Activate approach
vi) Approach
(1) Approach mode of autopilot, Automatic NAV source change, Approach
tracking (LOC & GS)
vii) Missed approach
(1) Go Around Switch, Autopilot – ON, NAV mode

c) Leg 2 (optional additional leg with GPS/RNAV approach if time permits)
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Ground Training Module Two: Classroom
Suggested Duration: 2 hours

19) Expanded MFD:
a) Review of MFD Pages/Page Groups
i) Traffic
ii) Stormscope
iii) Terrain

20) Instrument Approach Procedures/WAAS:
i) WAAS-General Operation
ii) LNAV, LNAV+V, LNAV/VNAV and LPV
21) System Components:
a) Components
i) Abbreviations Review
ii) Functions
iii) Features
iv) Location
b) Audio Panel functions

22) System Malfunctions:
a) Advisory
b) Caution
c) Warning
d) Electrical Failure
e) Component Failures: All failures discuss affects on Autopilot Operations for both
KAP 140 and GFC-700
i) Display
ii) AHRS
iii) ADC
iv) Magnetometer
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v) Standby Instruments
vi) Audio Panel

23) Optional Systems
a) G1000 Systems
i) Synthetic Vision System
ii) TAS
iii) TAWS
b) Other Aircraft Systems
i) Amsafe Aviation Inflatable Restraints
ii) Turbo charging
iii) Oxygen
iv) McCauley Constant Speed Propeller
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FAILURE SIMULATION METHODS
Cessna does not recommend pulling breakers as a means to simulate failures on the
Garmin G1000. Pulling breakers – or using them as switches – has the potential to
weaken the breaker to a point where it may not perform its intended function. Using
breakers as switches is also discouraged in Advisory Circulars 120-80, 23-17B, and
43.13-1B. Additionally, a breaker may be powering other equipment (like avionics
cooling fans) that could affect the safe operation of other equipment.

Failure to simulate Examiner action Applicant Action
Loss of AHRS and
ADC* (simulates the
loss of all primary flight
instrumentation)
Press the menu key on the Primary flight
display, or PFD. AUTO is highlighted in the
PFD DSPL field. If AUTO is not
highlighted, activate the cursor by pressing
the Flight Management System knob, or
FMS knob. Turn the large, outer knob to
move the cursor to the AUTO field. Turn
the small, inner FMS knob towards the
green arrow to select MANUAL. The cursor
will move to the percentage field. Turn the
small, inner FMS knob counter-clockwise;
adjust the backlit value to 0.14%, the
lowest value. By pressing CLR and then
enter with cursor on this field, this will
happen instantly.
An alternate method of simulating the loss
of AHRS and ADC is to place a mask over
the affected information on the PFD. When
using this method one should avoid placing
anything directly on the PFD screen which
could damage the anti-glare coating on the
screen.
Control the aircraft by
reference to the
backup attitude,
altitude, and airspeed
indicators.
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Loss of PFD Press the Display Backup button on the
lower portion of the audio panel. Press the
Menu key on the MFD and use the method
described above to dim the PFD.

Control the aircraft by
reference to the MFD
in reversionary mode
(This failure will
result in a loss of the
GFC 700 AP and FD)

Loss of MFD Press the Display Backup button on the
lower portion of the audio panel. Press the
Menu key on the MFD. Use the large,
outer FMS knob to move the cursor to the
AUTO field adjacent MFD DSPL. Use the
procedures above to dim the MFD.
Control the aircraft by
reference to the PFD
in reversionary mode

*Note: The simulated loss of the AHRS and ADC individually cannot be accomplished in
the Cessna Nav III. In this simulated manner, the applicant must navigate the aircraft
on a desired course during enroute or approach operations with the use of the moving
map display. The applicant or examiner may select the cross track (XTK) data bar field
option on the MFD to determine more precisely the horizontal distance from the desired
active leg.

Below: The following picture is an example of the instrument cover/mask that can be
used to simulate the previously discussed abnormal conditions. This cover is placed
over the NAV and COM frequency selector knobs. It is located on the Program Disk.

Distance from center of COM knob, to center
of NAV knob is 10 5/16 inches.
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FLIGHT TRAINING OUTLINE
The flight training segment is completed with the guidance of the FAA Industry Training
Standard (FITS) Scenario Based Transition Syllabus and Standards for Cessna Single
Engine Propeller Aircraft and the scripted scenarios developed by the CFAI and
accepted by the Cessna Pilot Training Department.
Scenario 1
Objective
PT will gain a basic knowledge and proficiency in avionics, aircraft systems and normal operating
procedures.

Preflight Briefing Status
Risk Assessment _____
Weather Awareness, NOTAMs, TFRs _____
Brief Flight Scenarios _____
Differences in AFM / POH _____
Single Pilot Resource Management (SRM) _____
Appropriate & Current Aeronautical Charts _____
Weight & Balance _____

Introduce
Build a Flight Plan From Departure to Destination _____
Storing Flight Plans _____
Manual and Auto Frequency loading _____
Normal Takeoff / Landing _____
Autopilot Operation _____
VNAV _____
Normal Takeoff / Landing _____
Point Out Traffic, Terrain, & WX Awareness _____
Utilize NRST Function to Divert _____
Aircraft Maneuvers _____
Maneuvering with reference to the Flight Director _____
Cruise Procedures (Leaning with Lean Assist) _____
Normal Takeoff / Landing _____

Post Flight Briefing
Introduce Learner Centered Grading _____
Provide feedback & critique on performance of VFR PT _____


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Scenario 2
Objective
The IFR PT will gain a basic knowledge and proficiency in avionics and aircraft systems and
normal operating procedures while flying in the IFR environment.

Preflight Briefing Status
Brief Flight Scenario _____
Risk Assessment _____
Weather Awareness, NOTAMs, TFRs _____
Appropriate & Current Aeronautical Charts _____
Route of Flight Information for Each Leg _____
Choosing a Suitable Alternate _____
Loading IFR Flight Plans into G1000 _____
Weight & Balance _____

Review
Frequency Loading _____
Autopilot Operation _____
VNAV _____
TIS, Terrain, WX Awareness _____
Cruise Procedures _____

Introduce
Building a Flight Plan Using ATC Clearance _____
Loading airways into a Flight Plan _____
Load, Activate, & Fly an IAP _____
o Coupled ILS _____
o Non-Precision with Procedure Turn
IP Choice of the Following
LOC
VOR _____
GPS/GP
GPS w/o GP _____
o Vector to Final Approach _____
o Approach with DME Arc Transition _____
Missed Approaches _____
Circling Approaches _____
Published and non-published Holding Procedures _____

Post Flight Briefing
Provide feedback & critique on performance of IFR PT _____
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Scenario 3
Objective
The PT will gain proficiency in the ability to recognize any failures of avionics and aircraft systems
and to apply corrective action in both the VFR and IFR environment.
Additionally, the PT will demonstrate the ability to make sound decisions, control the aircraft, and
use all available resources while dealing with these failures.

Preflight Briefing Status
Risk Assessment _____
Weather Awareness, NOTAMs, TFRs _____
Review Section 3 of AFM _____
Brief Limitations on MFD as Primary Nav Source _____
Appropriate & Current Aeronautical Charts _____
Weight & Balance _____

Introduce
VFR PT
o PFD Failure
Normal Approach & Landing _____
o AHRS / ADC Failure
Normal Approach & Landing _____
o ATC Assisted, AP Descent Through Clouds _____
IFR PT
o PFD Failure
Instrument Approach _____
o AHRS / ADC Failure
Instrument Approach _____
Alternator Failure and resulting indications _____

No Flap Takeoff & Landing

1. Post Flight Briefing
Provide feedback & critique on performance of PT _____





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CESSNA FITS ACCEPTED INSTRUCTOR (CFAI) DESIGNATION OVERVIEW The Cessna FITS Accepted Instructor (CFAI) designation allows a designated certified flight instructor to provide Cessna FITS accepted G1000 transition training to Cessna customers and Cessna rental pilots worldwide. The instructor must remain affiliated with a Cessna Pilot Center (CPC) or Cessna Sales Team Authorized Representative (CSTAR). If the CFAI conducts G1000 Transition Training in conjunction with the sale of an aircraft, the CPC or CSTAR is then given the monetary training entitlement provided for each aircraft. Factory trained CFAIs are not allowed to train CFAIs in the field. The CFAI designation is not required to instruct in G1000-equipped aircraft for aircraft owners or rental pilots. It is only required to teach the Cessna FITS Accepted Course, provide FITS completion certificates, and to train Cessna customers for factory reimbursement. To obtain this designation, the CFAI must do the following: 1. Complete the G1000 Transition Training Course and CFAI Course. This includes both the required ground and flight training. The CFAI must obtain the highest desired learning outcome level for each task and demonstrate proficiency and knowledge on each task. 2. Return the FAA Industry Training Standard (FITS) Scenario Based Transition Syllabus and Standards for the Cessna Single Engine Propeller Aircraft complete with sample scenarios for the area in which the majority of training will take place to the designated representative of the Pilot Training Department. To retain this designation, the CFAI must do the following: 3. Maintain the CFAI Proficiency Program Subscription. This fee is due in January of each year and is good for 12 calendar months. The CFAI will be notified of the fee structure and subscription format options for the following year in January. 4. Notify the Pilot Training Department immediately regarding changes in employment status or personal information. The CFAI designation can be upgraded to a CFAI+ (plus) status. This indicates that the CFAI may teach the Nav III G1000 Transition course as well as the FITS accepted Corvalis Transition course, both at the Independence Factory. The Plus designation requires factory training on these aircraft as well as materials specific to that course. CFAIs without the Plus designation may not teach this course for the certificate or reimbursement unless Cessna Pilot Training indicates they are a CFAI+.

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This program is not intended to be instruction for general aircraft operation or substitute for any obligation by the operator to be competent and knowledgeable in the operation of the aircraft or any installed components. Pattern Recognition (Emergency Procedures) and Decision Making 2. The flight training segment is completed with the guidance of the FAA Industry Training Standard (FITS) Scenario Based Transition Syllabus and Standards for the Cessna Single Engine Propeller Aircraft and the scripted scenarios developed by the CFAI and accepted by the Cessna Pilot Training Department in Independence. Procedural Knowledge 5. Aeronautical Decision Making and Situational Awareness b. Time spent during an instructor-led PIM review and cockpit familiarization session may also count towards total ground training required. The purposed of this training program is to familiarize the Pilot in Training (PT) with the functionality of the G1000 and aircraft systems. I © Cessna Aircraft Company 3 . Automation Competence 3. Planning and Execution 4.CESSNA NAV III TRANSITION COURSE OVERVIEW The ground-training segment is conducted with the assistance of the Cessna FITS Accepted Training Program and the Garmin G1000 PC-Based Trainer. The goals of the FITS Training Philosophy in priority of importance are as follows: 1. Higher Order Thinking a. Psychomotor skills January 2010 Rev.

IF YOU ARE REQUESTING REIMBURSEMENT AVAILABLE WITH THE SALE OF THE AIRCRAFT. PLEASE INCLUDE THE SERIAL NUMBER IN THE UPPER LEFT HAND CORNER AND SPECIFY. The objective of scenario-based flight training is to initiate a change in the thought processes. REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION FOR FITS CERTIFICATE Once training is completed. January 2010 Rev. I © Cessna Aircraft Company 4 . “REIMBURSEMENT REQUESTED”. The flight-training segment of the Cessna NAV III Transition Training Program is completed once the PT has achieved an appropriate level of proficiency for each task on each scenario. the CFAI must submit the following paperwork: Learner-Centered Grading Syllabus with signatures of both the CFAI and the Pilot in Training (PT). Optional: Training survey with applicable comments and suggestions from both parties. habits and behaviors of the students during the planning and execution of each scenario. Completed Customer Information and Record of Training form with contact information for the PT. The PT should demonstrate the ability to explain the fundamental concepts and procedures covered in the previous ground module.COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS ***Please reference Programmed Training Hours for the number of hours required for the completion of ground and flight training Discretion of the CFAI is required during ground training to determine that the PT is at an appropriate knowledge level after completion of the appropriate ground module.

I © Cessna Aircraft Company 5 . Coaching and / or assistance from the CFI will correct minor deviations and errors identified by the CFI. o Practice . “Perform” will be used to signify that the PT is satisfactorily demonstrating proficiency in traditional piloting and systems operation skills. and / or assistance from the CFI will quickly correct minor deviations and errors identified by the CFI. and apply SRM principles to the actual flight situation. and procedures that comprise the activity. Instructor intervention is not required for the safe completion of the flight. instruction. The student will be an active decision maker. the PT will be able to perform the activity without assistance from the CFI. evaluate the risk inherent in each course of action. o Perform .at the completion of the scenario the PT will be able to plan and execute the scenario activity. Significant instructor effort will be required to successfully execute the maneuver. understand. and make the appropriate decision. principles.at the completion of the scenario the PT will be able to describe the scenario activity and understand the underlying concepts. describe. Errors and deviations will be identified and corrected by the PT in an expeditious manner.at the completion of the scenario. and understand the risks inherent in the flight scenario. o Practice – the PT is able to identify. Single Pilot Resource Management (SRM) Grades o Explain – the PT can verbally identify. PT Name _______________________________________ Ratings Held Private Instrument Commercial ATP January 2010 Rev. Coaching.LEARNER-CENTERED GRADING FORM Desired Pilot in Training (PT) Scenario Outcomes Maneuver Grades (Tasks) o Explain . The student will need to be prompted to identify risks and make more decisions. At no time will the successful completion of the activity be in doubt. o Manage / Decide – the PT can correctly gather the most important data available both within and outside the cockpit. identify possible course of action.

Flight Scenario 1 Maneuver Grades Explain PT Practice Perform Instructor Explain Practice Perform Normal Preflight & Cockpit Procedures Checklist Usage Engine Start & Taxi Procedures Engine Start G1000 Setup Taxi Before Takeoff Checklist Normal & Abnormal Indications G1000 Setup Autopilot Checks Takeoff Normal/Crosswind PFD Crosscheck Straight & Level Flight Normal Turns Climb & Descent Flight Maneuvers Steep Turns Slow Flight Stalls G1000 Programming COM/NAV Frequency Loading Flight Plans Flight Director Operation Vertical Modes Lateral Modes Autopilot Operation Vertical Modes o PIT o VS o ALT o VNV Lateral Modes o ROL o HDG o NAV Situational Awareness Aids SafeTaxi TIS/TAS Stormscope Weather Datalink January 2010 Rev. I © Cessna Aircraft Company 6 .

Terrain Awareness/TAWS Landing Before Landing Checklist Normal/Crosswind Aircraft Shutdown & Securing Shutdown Checklist Single Pilot Resource Management Grades Explain PT Practice Scenario Planning Flight Planning Weight & Balance Determining Performance Climb Procedures Autopilot Climb Checklist Usage Division of Attention Cruise Procedures Autopilot Cruise Checklist Usage Lean Assist Division of Attention Descent Planning & Execution VNAV Programming Autopilot Descent CFIT Avoidance Checklist Usage Manage /Decide Instructor Explain Practice Manage /Decide Notes:___________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Date__________________________________ Flight Time/Briefing Time_________/_________ CFI___________________________________ PT____________________________________ January 2010 Rev. I © Cessna Aircraft Company 7 .

I © Cessna Aircraft Compan 8 .Flight Scenario 2 Maneuver Grades Explain PT Practice Perform Instructor Explain Practice Perform Normal Preflight & Cockpit Procedures Checklist Usage o Oxygen System Checks Engine Start & Taxi Procedures Engine Start G1000 Setup Taxi Before Takeoff Checklist Normal & Abnormal Indications G1000 Setup Autopilot Checks Takeoff Normal/Crosswind PFD Crosscheck Straight & Level Flight Normal Turns Climb & Descent G1000 Programming COM/NAV Frequency Loading Flight Plans Instrument Procedure Loading Flight Director Operation Vertical Modes Lateral Modes Autopilot Operation Vertical Modes o PIT o VS o ALT o VNV Lateral Modes o ROL o HDG o NAV o APR o REV Instrument Approach Procedures (if applicable) ILS VOR GPS / RNAV DME Arcs Holding/Procedure Turns Missed Approach January 2010 Rev.

I © Cessna Aircraft Company 9 .Maneuver Grades (continued) Explain PT Practice Perform Instructor Explain Practice Perform Situational Awareness Aids SafeTaxi TIS/TAS Stormscope Weather Datalink Terrain Awareness/TAWS Landing Before Landing Checklist Normal/Crosswind Aircraft Shutdown & Securing Shutdown Checklist Single Pilot Resource Management Grades Explain PT Practice Scenario Planning Flight Planning Weight & Balance Determining Performance Climb Procedures Autopilot Climb Checklist Usage Division of Attention Oxygen Usage (if applicable) Cruise Procedures Autopilot Cruise Checklist Usage Lean Assist Division of Attention Oxygen Usage (if applicable) Descent Planning & Execution VNAV Programming Autopilot Descent CFIT Avoidance Checklist Usage Manage /Decide Instructor Explain Practice Manage /Decide Notes:_________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________ Date__________________________________ Flight Time/Briefing Time_________/_________ CFI___________________________________ PT____________________________________ January 2010 Rev.

Flight Scenario 3 Maneuver Grades Explain PT Practice Perform Instructor Explain Practice Perform Normal Preflight & Cockpit Procedures Checklist Usage Engine Start & Taxi Procedures Engine Start G1000 Setup Taxi Before Takeoff Checklist Normal & Abnormal Indications G1000 Setup Autopilot Checks Takeoff Normal/Crosswind PFD Crosscheck Straight & Level Flight Normal Turns Climb & Descent G1000 Programming COM/NAV Frequency Loading Flight Plans Instrument Procedure Loading Flight Director Operation Vertical Modes Lateral Modes Autopilot Operation Vertical Modes o PIT o VS o ALT o VNV Lateral Modes o ROL o HDG o NAV o APR o REV Instrument Approach Procedures with Failures (if applicable) ILS VOR GPS/RNAV DME Arcs Holding/Procedure Turns Missed Approach January 2010 Rev. I © Cessna Aircraft Company 10 .

I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 11 .Maneuver Grades (continued) Explain PT Practice Perform Instructor Explain Practice Perform Situational Awareness Aids TIS/TAS Stormscope Weather Datalink Terrain Awareness/TAWS Landing Before Landing Checklist Landing with Failures Aircraft Shutdown & Securing Shutdown Checklist Single Pilot Resource Management Grades Explain PT Practice Scenario Planning Flight Planning Weight & Balance Determining Performance Diversion Climb Procedures Autopilot Climb Checklist Usage Division of Attention Cruise Procedures Autopilot Cruise Checklist Usage Lean Assist Division of Attention Emergency Procedures Display Failure AHRS/ADC Failure Flying on Standby Instruments Checklist Usage Descent Planning & Execution VNAV Programming Autopilot Descent CFIT Avoidance Checklist Usage Manage /Decide Instructor Explain Practice Manage /Decide Notes:_________________________________________________________________________ Date__________________________________ Flight Time/Briefing Time_________/_________ CFI___________________________________ PT____________________________________ January 2010 Rev.

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..... If additional training is required or desired....... 3 hours MINIMUM Total Flight Time (IFR rated)........... o If the pilot is not instrument rated. Briefing and Debriefing Briefing and debriefing time is critical to the proper implementation of the FITS philosophy....... the cost is at the discretion of the CFAI....... Cessna will not reimburse the CFAI for additional training.................................. but is not required............ The completion time of all tasks outlined in the syllabus should be 3-6 hours depending on the experience of the PT.. or the version previous....... use of an FTD is done at the discretion of the CFAI............... 4-6 hours All three scenarios shall not be completed in one flight. high-altitude operations training can be conducted during the flight training at the discretion of the CFAI and customer...................................... Use of Flight Training Devices The use of flight training devices must be approved by the Cessna Pilot Training Department.PROGRAMMED TRAINING HOURS Required Ground Training Time.. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 14 . but is not limited to...................... time spent during an interactive ground session with the CFAI and the Training Program while utilizing the G1000 PC-trainer. Once approved.......... 8 hours (This time includes.. This device must utilize software that is either the current version installed on new aircraft... 4 hours TYPICAL Total Flight Time .... Total time spent on each scenario should exceed 3-4 hours to include the briefing time................ flight scenarios 1 and 3 must be completed.......... January 2010 Rev....... Flight scenario 2 may be completed as an additional VFR flight...) Required Flight Training Time MINIMUM Total Flight Time (non-IFR rated) .... o If the aircraft is turbo-charged.... at the discretion of the CFAI.. cockpit familiarization exercises and the Pilot Information Manual/Pilot’s Operating Handbook review/briefing... All Modules ........................

I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 15 . Additional discussion topics and interactive exercises are also provided to help increase the PT’s knowledge of the G1000.GROUND TRAINING OUTLINE PURPOSE: To provide the CFAI the guidance necessary to complete the ground training portions of the Cessna NAV III Transition Training Course. Each aircraft owner may receive Garmin manuals. The ground training portion of the transition course will be completed with the assistance of the Cessna FITS Accepted Training Program and the G1000 PC-Trainer. c) Additional Discussion i) Course Prerequisites (1) It is encouraged for the PT to review all available reference materials. It is strongly January 2010 Rev. This allows the CFAI to become familiar with everyone’s experience levels and creates an open environment for questions and discussions. Ground Training Module One: Classroom Suggested Duration: 2 hours Abbreviations: PT: Pilot in Training FD: Flight Director FLC: Flight Level Change 1) Introduction\Orientation: a) Welcome b) Introductions i) Instructor ii) PTs (1) Instructor Note: Allow each individual in the class to introduce themselves and provide background and experience information as well as the intended use of the aircraft.

including the customer contact information. The Pilot’s Guide and Cockpit Reference Guide can be downloaded from www. (3) Consider and discuss additional endorsements: (a) Biennial Flight Review (b) Instrument Proficiency Check (c) High-Performance Endorsement (i) Instructors employed by Cessna Aircraft Company are not able to sign PT logbooks. Kansas. CFAIs are not restricted from signing logbooks and may do so at the discretion of the CFAI. January 2010 Rev.recommended that renter pilots also have access to the reference materials before participating in ground training to establish a foundation of knowledge on the G1000.Garmin. however. (2) Complete the Customer Information and Record of Training Form.com and the PC-Trainer can also be ordered directly from Garmin via the website. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 16 .57. at (620) 332-0544 2) Training Approach i) Ground Training Overview/Objective ii) Flight Training Overview/Objective iii) FITS Philosophy (1) Definition (2) Benefits (3) Certificate (a) Anyone completing the entire transition course under the guidance of a factory-designated CFAI is eligible to receive the FITS certificate upon receipt of the required documents by the Cessna Pilot Training Department. It is also recommended each PT meet the appropriate PIC/currency requirements outlined by 14 CFR sections 61.56 and 61. (4) Questions. comments or suggestions should be directed to the Cessna Pilot Training Department in Independence.

17 January 2010 Rev. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company .gov/education_research/training/fits/. 3) Display Overview: a) Flight Indications b) PFD c) MFD 4) Operational Basics: a) Bezel Controls b) COM/NAV Tuning c) Data Entry d) MFD Navigation 5) Flight Director/Autopilot Introduction: a) General Description b) Limitations c) Basic Operation d) Other AFCS Controls Ground Training Module One: Lab/Interactive Training Session Suggested Duration: 2 hours 6) System Configuration a) PFD Configuration b) System Setup c) MFD Navigation Map Overlays 7) Flight Scenario Content: Use the PC Trainer (or other training device) to “fly” the sample scenario while covering the listed content allowing the customer to get as much “hands on” experience as practical with the G1000 controls and features before going to the airplane to fly Scenario 1.(4) For additional information on FITS. please visit www.faa.

) b) Leg 1 i) Before Taxi (1) Airport information – Waypoint Group. Transponder iii) Departure (1) Autopilot on – HDG. NAV. It is highly recommended that the Garmin G1000 PC Trainer (or other suitable training device) be used for this training content rather than the slide sequence. Flight Plan – Active (Leg 1: KIDP-KJLN) and catalog (Leg 2: KJLN-KFAM). GPS Status check. The CFAI should select a route appropriate to his/her training area. Fuel Calculator. FLC (2) Nav capture – Altitude capture iv) Cruise (1) Mixture – Lean (Discuss Lean Assist) (2) Enroute altitude change – VS mode (3) VNAV setup (4) Arrival airport information and frequency set – consider Data Link METARs (5) VNAV capture v) Descent (1) Altitude capture at BOD (2) Safe taxi features – (KJLN taxiway designators and “hot spots” information) c) Leg 2 (optional leg time permitting) – review and practice Leg 1 activities as applicable (route KJLN – KFAM) January 2010 Rev. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 18 . frequency selection – auto and manual ii) Before takeoff checklist (1) Altimeter setting. A possible route is mentioned in the following outline but it is only a suggestion. Selected Altitude Set.a) NOTE: The slide sequence is new for version 10a and is provided only as an example of the content that may be covered.

It is highly recommended that the Garmin G1000 PC Trainer (or other suitable training device) be used for this training content rather than the slide sequence. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 19 . a) NOTE: The slide sequence is new for version 10a and is provided only as an example of the content that may be covered.) b) Leg 1 i) Before Taxi – review from Module I as appropriate January 2010 Rev. Aviation group 9) Module II Lab – Flight Scenario Content: Use the PC Trainer (or other training device) to “fly” the sample scenario while covering the listed content allowing the customer to get as much “hands on” experience as practical with the G1000 controls and features before going to the airplane to fly Scenario 2. A possible route is mentioned in the following outline but it is only a suggestion. The CFAI should select a route appropriate to his/her training area. iii) Descent (1) Direct to VNAV setup and capture Ground Training Module Two: Lab/Interactive Training Session Suggested Duration: 2 hours Objective: Enhance understanding of G1000 Basics and introduce advanced multifunction display features and autopilot instrument approach procedures. 8) Map setup – Map group.i) Before departure (1) Activate stored flight plan from catalog ii) Enroute (1) Enroute diversion around airspace or weather – Direct to Map Pointer then add the MAPWPT to flight plan (2) Divert to alternate airport – press D key and enter Waypoint (or place Map Pointer on Waypoint then press D key (KSGF)) (3) Other Map Group Pages and other MFD information.

Utility. System Setup. System Status v) Arrival (1) Approach selection and loading (KSGF. FLC (2) NAV capture – Altitude capture iv) Enroute (1) Expanded MFD Page Groups and pages . SIG/AIR.(Tailor this section to the customers needs – address more commonly used pages (the bold underlined ones) in more detail and limit time spent on other pages to a brief overview) (a) MAP – Traffic. User (c) NRST – Airport. GPS Status. Terrain (b) WPT – Airport. VNAV capture. BARO MIN). VNAV setup. Approach tracking (LOC & GS) vii) Missed approach (1) Go Around Switch.(1) Airport information – Waypoint Group. Automatic NAV source change. Stormscope. Weather Data Link (suggested item to cover: NEXRAD. Fuel Calculator. NDB. NAV. Airspace Alerts (point out Softkey function) (d) AUX . I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 20 . User.Trip Planning. XM Information. Selected Altitude.ILS 14). Frequencies. VOR. WIND. Intersection. FRZ LVL). METAR. Intersection. Approach briefing (Show Chart. frequency selection – auto and manual ii) Before takeoff – review from Module I as appropriate (1) Altimeter setting. Autopilot – ON. NDB. NAV mode c) Leg 2 (optional additional leg with GPS/RNAV approach if time permits) January 2010 Rev. VOR. Transponder iii) Departure (1) Autopilot on – HDG. Flight Plan with airways (KIDP – OSW – V190 – SGF – KSGF). Activate approach vi) Approach (1) Approach mode of autopilot.

LNAV+V. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 21 . LNAV/VNAV and LPV 21) System Components: a) Components i) Abbreviations Review ii) Functions iii) Features iv) Location b) Audio Panel functions 22) System Malfunctions: a) Advisory b) Caution c) Warning d) Electrical Failure e) Component Failures: All failures discuss affects on Autopilot Operations for both KAP 140 and GFC-700 i) Display ii) AHRS iii) ADC iv) Magnetometer January 2010 Rev.Ground Training Module Two: Classroom Suggested Duration: 2 hours 19) Expanded MFD: a) Review of MFD Pages/Page Groups i) Traffic ii) Stormscope iii) Terrain 20) Instrument Approach Procedures/WAAS: i) WAAS-General Operation ii) LNAV.

v) Standby Instruments vi) Audio Panel 23) Optional Systems a) G1000 Systems i) Synthetic Vision System ii) TAS iii) TAWS b) Other Aircraft Systems i) Amsafe Aviation Inflatable Restraints ii) Turbo charging iii) Oxygen iv) McCauley Constant Speed Propeller January 2010 Rev. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 22 .

January 2010 Rev. 23-17B. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 23 . Failure to simulate Loss of AHRS and ADC* (simulates the loss of all primary flight instrumentation) Examiner action Press the menu key on the Primary flight display. Pulling breakers – or using them as switches – has the potential to weaken the breaker to a point where it may not perform its intended function. inner FMS knob counter-clockwise. altitude. When using this method one should avoid placing anything directly on the PFD screen which could damage the anti-glare coating on the screen. AUTO is highlighted in the PFD DSPL field. and airspeed indicators. or PFD. The cursor will move to the percentage field.13-1B. inner FMS knob towards the green arrow to select MANUAL. If AUTO is not highlighted. By pressing CLR and then enter with cursor on this field. a breaker may be powering other equipment (like avionics cooling fans) that could affect the safe operation of other equipment. this will happen instantly. the lowest value. or FMS knob. Turn the small. Applicant Action Control the aircraft by reference to the backup attitude. An alternate method of simulating the loss of AHRS and ADC is to place a mask over the affected information on the PFD. Using breakers as switches is also discouraged in Advisory Circulars 120-80. outer knob to move the cursor to the AUTO field. Turn the large. Additionally. adjust the backlit value to 0. Turn the small. activate the cursor by pressing the Flight Management System knob.14%.FAILURE SIMULATION METHODS Cessna does not recommend pulling breakers as a means to simulate failures on the Garmin G1000. and 43.

January 2010 Rev. The applicant or examiner may select the cross track (XTK) data bar field option on the MFD to determine more precisely the horizontal distance from the desired active leg.Loss of PFD Press the Display Backup button on the lower portion of the audio panel. Use the procedures above to dim the MFD. the applicant must navigate the aircraft on a desired course during enroute or approach operations with the use of the moving map display. Press the Menu key on the MFD and use the method described above to dim the PFD. outer FMS knob to move the cursor to the AUTO field adjacent MFD DSPL. It is located on the Program Disk. to center of NAV knob is 10 5/16 inches. Below: The following picture is an example of the instrument cover/mask that can be used to simulate the previously discussed abnormal conditions. This cover is placed over the NAV and COM frequency selector knobs. Use the large. In this simulated manner. Press the Menu key on the MFD. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 24 . Control the aircraft by reference to the MFD in reversionary mode (This failure will result in a loss of the GFC 700 AP and FD) Control the aircraft by reference to the PFD in reversionary mode Loss of MFD Press the Display Backup button on the lower portion of the audio panel. Distance from center of COM knob. *Note: The simulated loss of the AHRS and ADC individually cannot be accomplished in the Cessna Nav III.

TFRs Brief Flight Scenarios Differences in AFM / POH Single Pilot Resource Management (SRM) Appropriate & Current Aeronautical Charts Weight & Balance Status _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Introduce Build a Flight Plan From Departure to Destination Storing Flight Plans Manual and Auto Frequency loading Normal Takeoff / Landing Autopilot Operation VNAV Normal Takeoff / Landing Point Out Traffic. aircraft systems and normal operating procedures. NOTAMs. Terrain. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 25 . & WX Awareness Utilize NRST Function to Divert Aircraft Maneuvers Maneuvering with reference to the Flight Director Cruise Procedures (Leaning with Lean Assist) Normal Takeoff / Landing _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Post Flight Briefing Introduce Learner Centered Grading _____ Provide feedback & critique on performance of VFR PT _____ January 2010 Rev. Scenario 1 Objective PT will gain a basic knowledge and proficiency in avionics.FLIGHT TRAINING OUTLINE The flight training segment is completed with the guidance of the FAA Industry Training Standard (FITS) Scenario Based Transition Syllabus and Standards for Cessna Single Engine Propeller Aircraft and the scripted scenarios developed by the CFAI and accepted by the Cessna Pilot Training Department. Preflight Briefing Risk Assessment Weather Awareness.

I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 26 . Activate.Scenario 2 Objective The IFR PT will gain a basic knowledge and proficiency in avionics and aircraft systems and normal operating procedures while flying in the IFR environment. TFRs Appropriate & Current Aeronautical Charts Route of Flight Information for Each Leg Choosing a Suitable Alternate Loading IFR Flight Plans into G1000 Weight & Balance Status _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Review Frequency Loading Autopilot Operation VNAV TIS. & Fly an IAP o Coupled ILS o Non-Precision with Procedure Turn IP Choice of the Following LOC VOR GPS/GP GPS w/o GP o Vector to Final Approach o Approach with DME Arc Transition Missed Approaches Circling Approaches Published and non-published Holding Procedures Post Flight Briefing Provide feedback & critique on performance of IFR PT _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ January 2010 Rev. Terrain. Preflight Briefing Brief Flight Scenario Risk Assessment Weather Awareness. NOTAMs. WX Awareness Cruise Procedures _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Introduce Building a Flight Plan Using ATC Clearance Loading airways into a Flight Plan Load.

Additionally. NOTAMs. control the aircraft. I ©Cessna Aircraft Company 27 . the PT will demonstrate the ability to make sound decisions.Scenario 3 Objective The PT will gain proficiency in the ability to recognize any failures of avionics and aircraft systems and to apply corrective action in both the VFR and IFR environment. Post Flight Briefing Provide feedback & critique on performance of PT _____ January 2010 Rev. and use all available resources while dealing with these failures. TFRs Review Section 3 of AFM Brief Limitations on MFD as Primary Nav Source Appropriate & Current Aeronautical Charts Weight & Balance Status _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Introduce VFR PT o PFD Failure Normal Approach & Landing o AHRS / ADC Failure Normal Approach & Landing o ATC Assisted. Preflight Briefing Risk Assessment Weather Awareness. AP Descent Through Clouds IFR PT o PFD Failure Instrument Approach o AHRS / ADC Failure Instrument Approach Alternator Failure and resulting indications No Flap Takeoff & Landing _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ 1.