Oct 27, 2021  
Academic Program Manuals 2021-2022 
    
Academic Program Manuals 2021-2022

Aviation Pilot Training Program Policies & Procedures


Non-Discrimination Statement

To view the full Non-Discrimination Statement, please visit the College Catalog & Student Handbook or the college website.

Disability Services/Accommodations

Individuals with disabilities who require accommodations for special services should contact the IHCC Disability Services office for assistance. Services are available to students who need classroom accommodations, interpreters and/or specialized equipment.

Students who are requesting accommodations must document their disability by providing a written statement signed by a school counselor, physician, psychologist or other health care professional. Statements must include: (a) a description of the disability, (b) a statement of how the disability prohibits one or more major life activities and is a barrier to the student’s full participation in the program, and (c) a description of the specific accommodations to be provided. (Requested accommodations must be related to the individual’s specific disability.)

All requests for accommodations should be made prior to enrollment.

Students should make their requests for accommodations to the Disability Services office at the time they are applying for admission and, preferably, no later than six weeks prior to the beginning of each academic term. All student requests are dealt with in a confidential manner. Students should contact Disability Services by calling (641) 683-5749 (Ottumwa) or (641) 856-2143, ext. 2214 (Centerville) or by email at disabilityservices@indianhills.edu.

Accreditation

Indian Hills Community College is a public post-secondary institution accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the Higher Learning Commission, 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504, and (800)621-7440.

Indian Hills Community College is also accredited by the State of Iowa, Iowa Department of Education, Grimes State Office Building, Des Moines, IA 50319-0146, (515)281-8260.

Program Learning Outcomes

The following list of program learning outcomes describes the knowledge and skills the student should be able to demonstrate upon completion of the program.

Private Pilot Certificate Concentration

  • Apply general aeronautical science concepts.
  • Apply human factors concepts to improve aviation safety.
  • Exhibit aviation industry professionalism.
  • Describe private and for-hire aviation industry activities.
  • Demonstrate Private Pilot Airplane Certification Competencies.

Commercial Pilot Concentration

  • Apply general aeronautical science concepts.
  • Apply human factors concepts to improve aviation safety.
  • Exhibit aviation industry professionalism.
  • Describe private and for-hire aviation industry activities.
  • Demonstrate Private Pilot Airplane Certification Competencies.
  • Explain instrument flying concepts, regulations, and procedures.
  • Demonstrate Instrument Rating Airplane Pilot Certification Competencies.
  • Demonstrate Commercial Pilot Airplane Certification Competencies.
  • Analyze advanced aircraft systems and technologies.

Flight Education Concentration

  • Apply general aeronautical science concepts.
  • Apply human factors concepts to improve aviation safety.
  • Exhibit aviation industry professionalism.
  • Describe private and for-hire aviation industry activities.
  • Demonstrate Private Pilot Airplane Certification Competencies.
  • Explain instrument flying concepts, regulations, and procedures.
  • Demonstrate Instrument Rating Airplane Pilot Certification Competencies.
  • Demonstrate Commercial Pilot Airplane Certification Competencies.
  • Analyze advanced aircraft systems and technologies.
  • Demonstrate Airplane Flight Instructor Certification Competencies.

Preparing for the Aviation Professional Pilot Program

To begin your IHCC Aviation Pilot Training program, you need to be well informed about the flight training process, the important steps in preparation, and the expectations of the program.

To be accepted in the program, you must:

  • Complete a free application, which can be obtained from the Indian Hills Admissions Office, a high school counselor, printed from the website at http://www.indianhills.edu or submitted online.
  • Request that your high school send an official transcript.
  • Submit a copy of your FAA First or Second Class Medical to the Aviation Department.
  • Complete an informational conference at the Aviation Department for details.
  • Provide proof of U.S. citizenship or obtain TSA authorization for alien flight training.

Program Philosophy

The Aviation Professional Pilot program believes that we are equipped to provide a life changing experience to students bound for the aviation industry.  We provide hands-on training in our aircraft and full-motion simulator, in addition to online and face-to-face ground training in an effort to not only meet, but exceed, the minimum training competencies for pilot certification.  We strive to provide students with relevant training opportunities through the use of industry standard aircraft, avionics, and ground training content that are continuously updated to ensure that graduates are well-equipped to transition seamlessly into the workforce, or transfer for additional training, immediately after graduation.

Professionalism

Through your IHCC Aviation Pilot Training Program, you will experience an environment of professionalism. Proper conduct and safety awareness are emphasized. Attendance for on-campus meetings and online courses, as well as individual flight lessons, is expected and required. 

Our Student Pilot Handbook and Flight Training Safety Procedures and Policies documents contain guidelines, safety regulations, operational procedures, and other vital information needed to be successful in this program. You will need to read and become familiar with this information before starting your first IHCC course.

Location

All flights in the Aviation Professional Pilot program will start and stop at the Ottumwa Regional Airport. Our airport is non-towered so you will not be held back by long air traffic control delays found at large city airports, yet you are close to larger towered airports in Des Moines or Cedar Rapids for advanced airport operations training. Our dispatch facilities are located at the IHCC North Campus directly next to the airport. The North Campus is also equipped with a cafeteria, computer labs, and our Redbird Flight Simulator.

Ground courses are generally completed online. Course content is presented through an internet-based Learning Management System. All our program courses utilize online test proctoring with a webcam-based test proctoring software allowing you to complete exams anytime and anywhere with an internet connection. Some general education requirements may be completed in-class or online, depending on student preference. Online courses require that you complete assignments within the designated timeframe described in the Course Schedule. Courses generally have assignments that are due on a weekly basis.

Most in-class general education courses are taught on the Main Campus in Ottumwa, while the majority of our student’s time will be spent at the North Campus.

 

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Approval

The IHCC Aviation Professional Pilot program operates under the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 141. Commonly referred to simply as “Part 141”, pilot schools in this category are held to specific requirements during the training process. Every flight and ground lesson that is completed in this program follows a Training Course Outline that is developed by IHCC and approved by the Federal Aviation Administration. Aircraft, flight instructors, facilities, and nearly every other aspect of the flight training process are approved, monitored, and periodically tested by the FAA in Part 141 training.

Flight Course Fees

Most of the cost for this program is from course fees established for each flight course. The course fees are used to pay for aircraft fuel, maintenance, and general expenses as well as the hourly rate for flight instruction. Financial obligations must be met before beginning flight lessons. Course fees are based on estimated flight time that an average student would take to complete a given stage of training. Students that required additional flight time to gain proficiency may incur additional costs for extra flight time.

IHCC reserves the right to change flight fees during the program if deemed necessary. Additionally, some of your flight training expense is paid directly to testing facilities and Designated Pilot Examiners. IHCC does not control these rates so testing fees may vary during your training. Students are encouraged to discuss financial planning options with our IHCC Financial Aid department.

Ground and Flight Training Curriculum

The IHCC Aviation Professional Pilot program is a fully structured, 7-term (21 month) Associate of Applied Science degree program. All ground and flight courses must follow a specific order with many prerequisite and corequisite course requirements to ensure that student training is conducted in the most efficient way possible. However, delays are an unfortunate reality for flight training for many reasons. Keeping safety as our highest priority, weather delays are one of the most common occurrences that will cut into student progress over time. For this reason, it is very common for students to take longer than the 21 month “ideal” time frame advertised.

The best thing that a student can do to minimize delays is to ensure that they are up-to-date with all ground course work or testing and make themselves as available as possible for flight scheduling.

Our program flies 6 – 7 days per week year-round and flights are conducted approximately every two hours throughout the day. We attempt to accommodate flight scheduling requests within reason (working around jobs, appointments, other classes, etc.), however requesting time off the flight schedule will have a direct effect on student progress and timely completion of the program. Becoming a professional pilot means acquiring new knowledge and specialized skills. Individual aptitude varies for individuals starting the program and the length of time and flight hours to complete the flight training also varies greatly for students. Successful completion of this program requires mastery of certain skills. Therefore, we cannot guarantee success in this program.

 

Attendance and Punctuality

Expectations

Attendance and punctuality are necessary, required, and expected. Online students are required to complete assignments according to the Course Schedule posted for each course. Flight students are required to comply with the IHCC Aviation Professional Pilot program No Show Policy listed below:

No Show Policy

In order to prevent disruptions or delays in flight training, all students are expected to be present in the Aviation Pilot Dispatch Room at, or prior to, their scheduled lesson time. Failure to comply may result in a $50 No Show Fee for ground lessons/local flights or a $75 fee for cross-country flights.

If the weather forecast or any other circumstance at your scheduled lesson time will not allow a flight to be conducted, the student may contact their scheduled instructor (or any instructor on duty in the case of a solo flight) to verify if they need to arrive at the scheduled time. A student may be allowed to skip a scheduled lesson if this is coordinated via two-way communication with an instructor prior to the scheduled time. If an instructor does not confirm, you will still be expected to attend.

Excessive cancellations for non-weather reasons may be subject to verification appropriate to the reason for cancellation. Failure to produce verification may result in No Show Fees or other disciplinary action.

Two or more No Shows occurring in one term may result in the student being enrolled in a Plan of Action to correct this behavior. Failure to comply with the Plan of Action may result in disciplinary action including, but not limited to, dismissal from the program.

Academic Probation

Minimum satisfactory scholastic achievement is represented by a 2.00 grade point average each term of enrollment.   Students who fall below this level will be placed on academic probation for the following term.  Students who fail to achieve a 2.00 GPA during their probationary term may then be dismissed from their current program or from the college.  Students not dismissed must have permission from their department chair and from the registrar to re-enroll for the next term.  Very poor work in any term, however, may result in dismissal at the close of that term.

NOTE:  To graduate, a student must achieve a 2.00 cumulative grade point average in addition to complying with all other academic requirements.

Any conduct that is unprofessional and compromising to safety is also grounds for immediate dismissal from the program before the end of the term. The Flight Evaluation Review Board will make the final decision in these situations.

Flight Evaluation Review Board

The Flight Evaluation Review Board consists of the Aviation Pilot Training Faculty and Aviation Programs Chair and any other members of the IHCC administration that may participate.  The purpose the Flight Evaluation Review Board is to ensure safety by making decisions about appropriate action to take in cases where students have not made sufficient progress and / or who are threat to the safety of the program.

Student Progress

Since flight instruction involves a higher level of cost than most other professional training and requires a high degree of student commitment, it is important not only to the student but also Indian Hills Community College to ensure that progress is maintained throughout the length of a program. While IHCC acknowledges that flight time overages beyond FAA prescribed minimums for ratings is common; should student progress fall behind the general timeline for training agreed upon by the student and IHCC, a Plan-of-Action meeting will take place between the student and IHCC instructors. New goals for completion of training will be agreed upon to bring the student back up to speed, with progress being monitored by the instructor and Chief Flight Instructor. Student progress is dealt with on an individual basis between the student, instructor, and Chief Flight Instructor.

Indian Hills Community College operates with the idea that student progress is best measured through consistent evaluation. As a student moves through each stage of their training, progress is assessed through the completion of ground and flight training requirements. At the end of each stage the student is required to pass a written examination related to ground training covered up to their current stage, coupled with a flight maneuvers stage check, also current with the level of flight training received. The number of stage checks required for each rating varies, and can be referenced within the ground/flight training syllabus. Students who fail to pass stage checks will be required to obtain additional ground or flight training to become competent to meet the required course completion standards.

If a student already on a Plan of Action continues to perform below IHCC’s or the FAA’s standards, an additional meeting will be scheduled between the student, Instructor(s), and Chief Flight Instructor to determine a resolution. If a revised Plan of Action to get the student directed back on track cannot be accomplished, it could result in dismissal from the program before the end of the term.

Safety Meetings

Periodically the Chief Flight Instructor will call a safety meeting for all pilot training staff and flight students. Safety information will be presented and discussed so that students and staff maintain safety and professionalism in the program. Also, any announcements or changes in operational procedures will be discussed. Attendance is required for all flight students.  Students missing the briefing will not be allowed to fly until they have been briefed on the content covered during the briefing.

Positive Identification and Documentation Requirements

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) requires that all students be positively identified before conducting any flight training. For United States citizens this process is relatively simple. Prior to acceptance into the program we will need to see an original, unexpired:

  • • Passport (if you hold a valid U.S. Passport)
  • • Driver’s License
  • • Birth Certificate
  • • Pilot Medical

    Non-citizens looking to begin flight training will be required to complete additional TSA screening processes prior to beginning flight training. If you are not a U.S. citizen, please notify us as soon as possible. This process can take several months, so it is best to start early.

Aviation/Transportation Programs Center

For the safety and convenience of all occupants, the following rules will apply to the use of college facilities:

  • No smoking or use of tobacco products on any IHCC campus.
  • No beverages at or near lab equipment and no food in the classroom.
  • Building security procedures will be followed
  • Emergency procedures regarding fire evacuation and tornadoes must be noted.

Parking

Pilot Training students with an automobile are required to purchase a parking permit sticker and display it on their vehicle in order to park on the main campus while attending classes or conducting personal business.

Office Equipment Use

The central office duplicating and copying equipment may be used to reproduce student materials only with instructor permission. The instructor must make the copy.

Messages or Student Communication

It is not the departments or the college’s responsibility to take personal messages or telephone calls.   All attempts for EMERGENCY messages will be forwarded as soon as possible to the individual.   Office phones may be used, with permission, for emergencies, school business and employer contacts. If a call for a student is received, the personnel of the department office will search for the student only if the call concerns job placement or an emergency.

Personal Appearance

Students are asked to maintain a personal appearance that reflects professionalism. During the lab portions of the program, including flying, students should wear clothing as directed by the course instructor that ensures personal safety.  Items not permitted are sandals and sleeveless shirts.

Operation of Cell Phones

The course instructor reserves the right to ask students to turn off cell phones or set the ring feature to silent if their use interferes in any way with the learning environment or affects ground or flight safety.

First Aid Kits and AED

First Aid kits are located throughout the building. All accidents regardless of severity must be reported to the instructor immediately.  The instructor will determine whether further medical treatment is required. An Automatic External defibrillator (AED) is located near the reception center of the building.  Check the general IHCC Student Handbook available online for more information about emergency and communication procedures.

Administrative Computers

Students are not allowed to use administrative computers.  On computers dedicated to student use students shall not: make any attempt to invade any computer security system including rebooting, tampering with software configurations in any way, bypassing the menu system, making changes in the control panel, or changing other computer settings.  Students are not allowed to copy or modify programs.  Students will comply with the IHCC student use policy for communication and information systems as published in the general student handbook that is available online.

Flight Dispatch Policies & Procedures

Dispatching

All flights, dual and solo, will originate from the flight dispatch room.  Upon completion of the flight, an invoice will be completed indicating charges along with beginning and ending balances.

Passengers

Any student dispatched for a solo flight may not carry another passenger on the flight.  If approved by the Chief Flight Instructor, on dual flights only, another flight student may be carried for the purpose of observation or to be able to receive instruction on a future leg of the trip.

Illegal Use

Students are forbidden to use aircraft for any illegal purposes.

Pleasure Flying                                                                  

Students are not allowed to do any flying other than the content of a lesson during any flight dispatched by IHCC instructors.  Any flight not properly dispatched by an IHCC instructor is not sanctioned by IHCC and cannot be used as flight time in a flight course.

Carriage of Forbidden Items

Pilots are forbidden from carrying hazardous materials such as fireworks, ammunition, fuel or flammable liquids.  Also, students are not allowed to carry weapons such as hand guns or guns used for hunting.  The only items that can be carried on a flight are those items necessary for the flight.  Check with the Chief Flight Instructor on the carriage of any questionable items.

Formation and Low Flying

Any formation flying, regardless of the distance between aircraft, is forbidden.  All pilots will adhere to minimum altitude requirements as stated in the Federal Aviation Regulations and will avoid being a nuisance to people on the ground.

Spins and Acrobatic Maneuvers                                                            

Students are not permitted to perform intentional spins on solo flights.  Spin training is permitted on dual flights with the approval of the Chief Flight Instructor.  Acrobatic maneuvers not required for flight training and are forbidden on all flights.

Flight Training Safety Procedures and Policies

The following pages contain the FAA approved flight training procedures and policies that specifically apply to students enrolled in FAA approved 141 flight training courses.  This handbook supplements these procedures.

Indian Hills Aviation Professional Pilot Safety Procedures and Policies

The following items are special operating procedures, limitations, and policies applicable to all students using airplanes and/or facilities in the IHCC Flight Training Program.  You must familiarize yourself with these items prior to commencing flight training.

General

  • No flight training shall be conducted unless a flight instructor is on duty.
  • All flights shall have the approval of the student’s flight instructor before the flight is commenced.
  • Each student shall be assigned to a flight instructor.
  • Flight lessons should be flown in sequence in accordance with the approved syllabus.  However, to provide a degree of flexibility for adapting to individual student needs and the training environment, the syllabus lessons may be altered with approval of the chief flight instructor. Any deviation should not disturb the course continuity or objective. Lessons may be completed out of order within the same stage but not between stages.       
  • It is the responsibility of the flight instructor to maintain the official flight training records.
  • All students shall comply with all IHCC policies as well as all applicable Federal Aviation Regulations.
  • The three required “supervised solo” flights shall be conducted only at the Ottumwa Regional Airport.
  • Regardless of the weather conditions, you are expected to be at the airport unless your instructor says otherwise.

Weather Guidelines

All flights are subject to the instructor’s discretion depending on the lesson content, weather conditions and student’s capabilities.  Recommended weather guidelines are:

  • Pattern Work
    • Dual - 1,500’ Ceiling - 4 Miles Visibility
    • Solo - 2,000’ Ceiling - 6 Miles Visibility
  • Local Flights
    • Dual - 2,300’ Ceiling - 6 Miles Visibility
    • Solo - 3,000’ Ceiling - 8 Miles Visibility
  • Cross Country Flights
    • Primary (Private)
      • Dual - 5,000’ Ceiling - 8 Miles Visibility
      • Solo - 6,000’ Ceiling - 8 Miles Visibility
    • Advanced (Commercial)
      • Dual - 4,000’ Ceiling - 6 Miles Visibility
      • Solo - 5,000’ Ceiling - 8 Miles Visibility
  • Night
    • Cross Country
      • Dual - 5,000’ Ceiling - 8 Miles Visibility
      • Solo - 5,000’ Ceiling - 10 Miles Visibility
    • Local
      • Dual - 3,000’ Ceiling - 6 Miles Visibility
      • Solo - 4,000’ Ceiling - 8 Miles Visibility

Note:
Forecast must be for stable conditions or improvement
Subject to instructor’s discretion – depending on lesson content

Instrument Weather Guidelines

  • Instrument Cross Country Flights
    • 900’ Ceiling - 3 Miles Visibility

Note:
NO icing forecasted or reported
At departure and destination airports, forecast must be for stable or improving condition

Wind Guidelines

NO flights when wind exceeds crosswind component.

  • Primary Pilots
    • Solo - 15 kts
    • Dual - 25 kts
  • Advanced Students
    • Solo - 20 kts
    • Dual - 25 kts
  • Temperature Guidelines
    • Minimum: 10°F
    • Maximum: At instructor’s discretion

Note:
All flights are subject to the instructor’s discretion depending on lesson content, weather conditions and student’s capabilities.

Safety procedures when starting and taxiing airplanes

  • The following rules apply anytime you wish to start an airplane engine:
    • Before each and every flight you will make a complete and thorough preflight inspection of the aircraft.
    • Always use the appropriate checklist provided in each aircraft.
    • Students are not permitted to hand-prop any aircraft. Obtain assistance from “Maintenance” if any aircraft will not start or contact your instructor.
    • Never start an aircraft engine within 50 feet of an open hangar door.
    • Never start an aircraft engine within 20 feet of another person.
    • No aircraft shall be boarded or passengers deplaned while the engine is running.
    • No aircraft shall be left unattended while the engine is running.
  • The following guidelines apply to taxiing airplanes:
    • Unless absolutely necessary, do not taxi faster than approximately 5 mph (fast walk).
    • Use the minimum power needed to taxi - don’t “ride” the brakes!
    • On windy or gusty days, stabilize the control surfaces as you taxi in order to prevent damage.
    • If you converge on other airplanes, people, or cars while taxiing and are in doubt about who has the right of way, STOP AND GIVE WAY!
    • Taxi only on designated taxiways or taxi areas.
    • Check very carefully for traffic and make a radio call explaining your intentions before taxiing onto any runway in preparation for take-off.

Fire Precautions and Procedures

  • Smoking is prohibited in airplanes, on the ramps and in all IHCC and airport buildings.
  • Extreme care should be taken to avoid over priming in cold weather.
  • Aircraft shall be grounded during re-fueling operations.
  • In case of fire on the ground, turn off all switches, stop the engine, and exit the aircraft.
  • During re-fueling student should not be in the airplane and shall remain at a safe distance.

Re-dispatch after unscheduled solo landings

  • If, on any solo flight you make an unplanned landing for any reason, please take the following steps before taking off again.
    • Secure the airplane (brakes, tie-down, etc.) as necessary.
    • Call flight operations at 641-683-1010 or 641-683-4276.
    • Discuss the situation with any instructor or the Chief Flight Instructor.
    • Do not takeoff until you have received clearance to do so from the Chief Flight Instructor!

Aircraft Discrepancies

  • Defects noted before, during or after a flight must be reported immediately.  Inside of each aircraft clipboard is a discrepancy sheet.  This sheet should be used to describe the discrepancy (in detail).  Additionally, the status of any current discrepancy will be noted.  Discrepancies against an airplane will be reported to an IHCC flight instructor, assistant chief flight instructor or the chief flight instructor in person or by phone immediately so that prompt corrective action can be taken.  NO student will attempt to fly an airplane with a reported discrepancy that would result in the aircraft not being airworthy.
  • After the discrepancy is noted the following will occur: it will be repaired and returned to service by an A&P Technician; or under certain circumstances, if it is a non-essential or cosmetic discrepancy it may be placarded/removed/rendered inoperable under the approval of an A&P Technician and IHCC qualified staff and repaired/replaced at a later date in accordance with FAR 91.213.
  • If, in flight, a malfunction requires an unscheduled landing, proceed as in Re-dispatch after unscheduled solo landings above.

Securing airplanes when not in use

  • NEVER TAXI AN AIRPLANE INTO A HANGAR!
  • Park in designated parking area, or as directed by ground personnel.
  • Before leaving the airplane, make sure the mixture, magnetos and master switch are all off.
  • In case of strong winds secure the controls with the seat belts (instructor will demonstrate) or control lock as appropriate.
  • Close and lock window and door.
  • Tie down the aircraft when left outside.  If this is not possible, at least set the parking brake.

Minimum Flight Altitudes

  • Minimum altitudes specified in FAR 91 shall be complied with on all flights.
  • Stall practice should be performed at appropriate altitudes so that recovery is accomplished no lower than 1,500’ AGL.
  • Simulated Forced Landings - Dual only, descent no lower than 500 feet AGL.

Fuel Requirements

  • Local - No local training flight shall be commenced with the fuel tank less than 1/2 full.
  • Cross-Country - No cross-country flight shall be commenced with the fuel tanks less than full.  Cross-country fuel stops may be planned for more than 3.0 hours but in no case should it violate the reserve fuel requirements as found in paragraph C.
  • Reserve Requirements VFR – No VFR flight shall be conducted unless there is enough fuel to fly to the first point of intended landing and then to fly after that for at least 30 minutes daytime or 45 minutes at night with normal cruise speed.
  • Reserve Requirements IFR – No IFR flight shall be conducted unless there is enough fuel to fly to the first point of intended landing and then to fly from that airport to the alternate airport and fly after that for 45 minutes at normal cruise speed.

Collision Avoidance and Wake Turbulence

  • It is the pilot’s responsibility to SEE and AVOID other aircraft on the ground and in the air.
  • No aircraft shall be operated on the ground or in the air so as to cause a collision hazard.
  • Perform clearing turns both left and right before commencing any training   maneuver.
  • Pilots shall wait a minimum of 3 minutes before attempting a takeoff behind a heavy jet aircraft.
  • No pilot shall taxi behind a heavy jet aircraft unless he verifies that the jet’s engines are at idle.
  • Practice of Stop and Go takeoffs and landings are prohibited while heavy jet aircraft are in the traffic pattern.

Cross-Country Procedures

  • Weather briefing shall be obtained, and a flight plan filed for all cross-country flights.
  • All solo (student pilot and private pilot) cross-country flight shall be approved by the student’s flight instructor.
  • All overnight cross-country flights must be approved by your flight instructor in writing at least 48 hours prior to the planned departure time.
  • Except for fuel and oil, tie-down fees and other purchases are the responsibility of the pilot.

Solo Practice Areas

  • All local training flight shall be conducted in the designated practice areas as shown on the wall chart in the briefing area.

Emergencies

  • In the event of a maintenance problem, or landing on an unimproved field, notify the following and obtain instructions.
    • Dispatch Room (641) 683-1010, (641) 683-4276
    • IHCC North Campus front office (641) 683 5214
    • Toll free 1-800-726-2585 extension 4276 or 5214
  • In the event of an accident, notify the above and comply with NTSB Part 830 as soon as possible.

Appendix

  • Program Policy Agreement