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Germania Assessment

Old 16th Mar 2017, 10:51
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Germania Assessment

Hi Guys,
has anybody an idea about an assessment for Germania Airways?
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Old 16th Mar 2017, 22:16
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Non rated: 2 personality tests.

Then 10 situations. 5 statements and 15 points. All those 5 statesments are choices to take for this situation. 1 worse then the other but you have to give best of worse 5 points and worst solution 1 point.

After that atpl questions. Dont know exactly how many cus I was rated.

Only difference by rated non rated is rated guys have knowledge test of Airbus or Boeing.

When you pass those tests you go to day two.

Non rated relatively standard airwork and raw data holdings and localizer intercepts.
Done around Berlin Schonefeld.

Rated:
From Zurich. Also raw data airwork intercepts holdings but addition to it is that you get some failures, engine failure etc. Then use Fordec, Facts Options Risks Decision Execute Check, and Nits Briefing. Weather to land on Zurich is bad. Cat III most probably so go Fordec and most probably divert Stuttgart or Munich. You will not have to fly to those airports but they want to see that you are on to it.

Hopefully it helped you a bit.

Good luck.
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Old 17th Mar 2017, 19:30
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Thanks very much for your info.
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Old 8th Nov 2017, 21:32
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P40Warhawk,

I’m up for assessment next month, A320 rated FO.
Do you have any more info about the assessment? DLR level?
Any feedback on the A320 knowledge test and simcheck? Also on 737 for Airbus guys?
How is the atmosfhere at the interview?

Thanks a lot!
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Old 9th Nov 2017, 10:56
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any idea how strict are they with German language requirements? I've enough German in me to read their job add and understand that they require German, however, I wouldn't be able to hold a conversation, not until a serious brush-up anyway..
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Old 9th Nov 2017, 20:11
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Back then, sim assessment was done on a 737NG Sim. You will not have Engine INOP Stuff. Just some Raw Data stuff like described.

The comp test will be in your case including 320 Systems test. So go through your manuals and SmartCockpit - Airline training guides, Aviation, Operations, Safety QB. Then you should be ok.

Its all relaxed.

Good luck .
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Old 11th Nov 2017, 01:35
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Thank you!
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