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Forum: ATC Issues
23rd Feb 2009, 16:49
Replies: 11,522
Views: 3,037,330
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Stage 1 Results

I attended the assessment day on Friday 13th February in Manchester. Fortunately I had the email today saying that I now need to fill out the online personality questionnaire. Having read previous...
Forum: ATC Issues
15th Feb 2009, 11:20
Replies: 11,522
Views: 3,037,330
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Ajfaccini, The first diagramming test and...

Ajfaccini,

The first diagramming test and the cubes test were the only two tests that I didn't complete. Although, from reading previous pages on this thread, I get the impression that they are...
Forum: ATC Issues
14th Feb 2009, 18:30
Replies: 11,522
Views: 3,037,330
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Sportzbar, I think I may have been in the same...

Sportzbar, I think I may have been in the same group as you in that morning session, had the diagramming and cubes first then the video and discussion with Chris. If we were in the same group, I was...
14th Feb 2009, 10:46
Replies: 15
ECG
Views: 2,060
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Heathrow Director, I suspect that gentleman is...

Heathrow Director, I suspect that gentleman is now doing his own cooking as a result of that!! :)

Interesting to hear what you said about the distance between the vertical lines indicating how...
13th Feb 2009, 20:07
Replies: 15
ECG
Views: 2,060
Posted By dunelmitepilot

What the ECG Shows

Having undergone an initial medical just over a month ago now, I think I can help you understand what the ECG is there for: it basically measures the electrical impulses that pass through your heart....
10th Feb 2009, 09:28
Replies: 1,567
Views: 387,058
Posted By dunelmitepilot

CTC Phases

Stage 2 of the selection process is the aptitude testing i.e the PILAPT tests and the mathematics test. If you are successful at this stage, you will be asked to attend an interview etc in the...
27th Jan 2009, 20:57
Replies: 3
Views: 653
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Pleased you found the post informative...

Pleased you found the post informative gingernut-just thought I would do it whilst the various goings on were still fresh in my memory. I found similar posts by other users very useful to read when I...
Forum: ATC Issues
27th Jan 2009, 14:41
Replies: 11,522
Views: 3,037,330
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Thanks very much for your words of...

Thanks very much for your words of encouragement!!! It's reassuring to hear that the more theoretical aspects of the PPL course may prove useful!

dunelmitepilot
Forum: ATC Issues
27th Jan 2009, 14:13
Replies: 11,522
Views: 3,037,330
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Madhouserjd, 100% right!!!!! Still going for PPL...

Madhouserjd, 100% right!!!!! Still going for PPL though, hence the username!!

Paperclip810-thanks for your advice. I have been told more or less the same thing from a former airline pilot as...
27th Jan 2009, 10:55
Replies: 3
Views: 653
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Class 2 Run-down

As there has not been something like this on here for a while, just thought I'd share with you my experience of going for the CAA class two medical examination. It is worth stressing that unlike...
27th Jan 2009, 10:33
Replies: 4
Views: 1,239
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Anti-Depressants

My knowledge of this subject is by no means comprehensive. However, my tutor's husband at University lost his class one, and subsequently his career because he was put on this medication for some...
Forum: ATC Issues
27th Jan 2009, 10:30
Replies: 11,522
Views: 3,037,330
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Assessment on Feb. 13th in Manchester

Hi all,

I'm going to the first assessment day on February 13th in Manchester. I am booked in on the morning slot (9.30-1.30) and am staying the night before in the hotel. Look forward to meeting...
9th Nov 2008, 21:53
Replies: 4,873
Views: 1,703,666
Posted By dunelmitepilot

I would assume that there is probably very little...

I would assume that there is probably very little difference in the recommendations for sunglasses between the UK JAA and NZ. I think the reason why aviators are so popular is that, due to the lens...
9th Nov 2008, 21:45
Replies: 21
Views: 4,270
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Otorhinolaryngology (did I spell that right!?) form

Sorry if this is a stupid question, but I am going for an initial class 2 medical exam a week tomorrow. I have downloaded the three forms. The actual application form and the opthalmology form are...
9th Nov 2008, 20:54
Replies: 4,873
Views: 1,703,666
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Sunglasses for Flying

ctctim, whilst I doubt CTC actually specify any particular sunglasses you can/cannot wear, you may find this link appropriate for the answer to your question:

Guidance on using sunglasses |...
6th Nov 2008, 18:34
Replies: 11
Views: 8,050
Posted By dunelmitepilot

I find the other good bit in the DVD is just near...

I find the other good bit in the DVD is just near the start, when Don acknowledges the member of the ground crew with the steering pin: he does more of a salute than just a simple wave of the hand!
30th Oct 2008, 09:03
Replies: 11
Views: 8,050
Posted By dunelmitepilot

pp763, That is correct. Although I don't...

pp763,

That is correct. Although I don't have the ITVV DVD, I have watched the YouTube clip many times!!!
9th Jul 2008, 15:46
Replies: 76
Views: 30,472
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Thanks gingernut. I may take it further and get...

Thanks gingernut. I may take it further and get an allergy test booked but the former airline pilot I mentioned in the previous post said it did sound like and intolerance rather than an allergy. He...
9th Jul 2008, 15:06
Replies: 76
Views: 30,472
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Nut allergy/intolerance

Hi all,

Been waiting for a thread of this sort to come about: I have wanted to be a professional pilot since I was very young-yet I do have what I beleive to be an intolerance to peanuts. My...
12th Mar 2008, 15:22
Replies: 16
Views: 12,250
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Spirometry

Floatingfeather,

Thanks for that. It looks like I may ok then: in my chidlhood I did suffer from asthma (2 ventolin inhalers a day!) but fortunately I grew out of it and fortunately haven't had...
10th Mar 2008, 13:01
Replies: 16
Views: 12,250
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Spirometry Test Pass Values for Initial Class 1

Hi everyone!

Floatingfeather, soz to hear you didn't get your medical because of the spirometry test. I am just wondering, does anyone on here know what the pass values are for the two tests...
10th Mar 2008, 12:51
Replies: 3
Views: 1,605
Posted By dunelmitepilot

CTC Phase 3 Query/Phase 4 help

Dougall25,

Congrats on passing stage 3. I am yet to apply to CTC, but I am trying to get as much info on it as possible. I hope you don't think this is cheeky in anyway, but can you remember what...
9th Mar 2008, 18:16
Replies: 21
Views: 1,931
Posted By dunelmitepilot

No probs. It's a good idea to give them a ring....

No probs. It's a good idea to give them a ring. It may also be good idea to go and see your optician to be 100% clear of what your prescription actually is.

Good luck woos.
8th Mar 2008, 22:48
Replies: 21
Views: 1,931
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Short Sight Eye Correction

woos,

As far as I know there is no specific reference to what the amount of correction is for contact lenses. All it says on the CAA website is that if you are short sighted the "refractive error...
7th Mar 2008, 10:39
Replies: 21
Views: 1,931
Posted By dunelmitepilot

Eyesight Concern

fanda78,

with the concern for your eyesight, if your prescription is within -6.00 dioptres with astigmatism accounted for, then you will have no problems with it. I am yet to take an initial...
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