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Old 29th Mar 2016, 09:48
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May an FI with CRI(A), FI(A) CPL,IR,ME,ME/IR,Night instruct on SEP(land)?
Has also valid SEP(land) on the license
Additionally may he instruct IR on SEP(land)?
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Old 29th Mar 2016, 11:31
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Did you gain your FI on an SEP? If so yes as long as you have a valid SEP.
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Old 29th Mar 2016, 14:26
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No you may not. You are not an IRI until you have done that course you can only do the basic IF required for a PPL, but not teach for a IR.
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The initial SEP/IR - IRI course was done 30 years ago...
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Originally Posted by snake wow wow
The initial SEP/IR - IRI course was done 30 years ago...
,Have IRI MEP, so can I take a profcheck on SEP/IR?
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Old 29th Mar 2016, 17:28
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The initial SEP/IR - IRI course was done 30 years ago...
To teach for the IR you must have a valid IR and have 200 hours under IFR

so can I take a profcheck on SEP/IR?
Yes, but that would only revalidate IR privileges for SE

As all instruction needs to be conducted at an ATO they should be able to advise you.
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Old 29th Mar 2016, 18:03
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What I meant is "can I take a profcheck from a candidate as an examiner having had an IRI SEP, but now have a IRI MEP". As an examiner I have CRE(A),FE(A) and IRE(A).
Always appreciate your comments because I feel to know the stuff!
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Your Examiner Certificate should tell you what you can do. Assuming that you are an IRE (SPA) then if you were able to conduct an IR prof check on a MEP and have now gained a SEP Class rating, then that would still be a SP IR.
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Thanks, FAA rules are simpler and more logic but we're now stuck with EASA and unfortunately the swim will continue for some more time...
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