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Participating squadron personnel.
b. Interpretation. The syllabus is directive. Should
circumstances create situations not covered within the scope of
this syllabus, or course of action appears to conflict with other
directives, consult CNATRA (N71).
Document all deviations on the event's ITF.
d. Changes. Recommended changes shall be submitted IAW
e. Syllabus Description. The syllabus is divided into
stages; the stages are grouped by flight training regimes such as
Contact, Instrument, Formation, and Navigation flights. Each
stage is subdivided into training blocks. The training blocks
consist of a specified number of flights. Course Training
Standards are modified by the MIFs to identify the acceptable
level of performance that must be achieved at the completion of
each training block.
a. Syllabus Progression. Fly events within each stage
sequentially, except as noted. Do not start a block without all
prerequisites. IUTs may be in different stages simultaneously.
Where applicable, IUTs shall be prepared, and will be eligible,
for both a Contact and an Instrument syllabus event. IUTs must
assigned squadron Instructor Training Unit (ITU) will maintain
administrative control over the transition pilot and will be
responsible for all scheduling of events for the Rotary-to-Strike
Transition syllabus. System training management is designed to
facilitate two graded events (flight, simulator, or exam) per
IUT/transition student per day.
b. Maneuver Continuity. IUTs must accomplish previously
introduced maneuvers frequently enough to ensure maintaining
c. H/X. Standardization instructor pilots shall plan and
execute missions to meet H/X as closely as practical. If actual
event length varies from H/X by more than 0.3 hrs, annotate
reason(s) in ITF's general comment section.