APEX Pilot Training Program

Job #4727

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Job # 4727 APEX Pilot Training Program

Posted Date
Sep 5, 2007 @ 16:20
Respond By
Sep 15, 2007
Word Count
English (British)
Age Range

Job Description

The script accompanies a Breeze eLearning presentation on a new glass cockpit for general aviation.

There are 9 lessons. Each lesson has approximately 1100 words.

One full lesson script is attached (part of the script is included below).

----- Partial Script -----

1. “This lesson contains information on the primary flight display or PFD controller.”

2. “The APEX system includes two identical PFD controllers located on the main instrument panel adjacent to the primary flight displays. The left control panel is used to set and control information on the left PFD while the right control panel controls the right PFD.”

3. “The controller is divided into two sections. The top portion of the panel controls selections on the PFD such as navigation, barometric pressure setting, overlays on the HSI as well as the elapsed timer function. The bottom portion of the panel is used to control radio tuning.”

4. “The baro knob located on the top of each panel is used to set the current barometric pressure.”

5. “When set, the barometric pressure setting appears below the altimeter tape on the primary flight display. The units of measure can be either hectopascals or inches of mercury. To change the display units, use the menu function on the PFD controller.”

6. “The baro knob also includes a PUSH STANDARD function whereby pushing the knob automatically sets either twenty nine point nine two inches of mercury or one zero one three hectopascals in the window. When pushed, the standard abbreviation appears in the window below the altitude tape.”

7. “Pushing the nav select button toggles through the available navigation sources for display on the on-side HSI course pointer. Selection sequence for the pilot is VOR or localizer number one, VOR or localizer number two then FMS while the selection sequence for the co-pilot is VOR or localizer number two, VOR or localizer number one then FMS.”

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