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PTS CFI CFII (2) (2)

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FAA-S-8081-6D 154 1. Exhibits instructional knowledge of the elements related to engine failure during takeoff before V MC by describing: a. use of prescribed emergency procedure. b. prompt closing of throttles. c. how to maintain directional control. d. proper use of brakes (landplane). 2. Exhibits instructional knowledge of common errors related to engine failure during takeoff before V MC by describing: a. failure to follow prescribed emergency procedure. b. failure to promptly recognize engine failure. c. failure to promptly close throttles following engine failure. d. faulty directional control and use of brakes. 3. Demonstrates and simultaneously explains a simulated engine failure during takeoff before V MC from an instructional standpoint. 4. Analyzes and corrects simulated common errors related to engine failure during takeoff before V MC . Task C: Engine Failure After Lift-Off (AMEL and AMES) References: FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-S-8081-12, FAA-S-ACS-6; POH/AFM. Objective: To determine that the applicant: 1. Exhibits instructional knowledge of the elements related to engine failure after lift-off by describing: a. use of prescribed emergency checklist to verify accomplishment of procedures for securing the inoperative engine. b. proper adjustment of engine controls, reduction of drag, and identification and verification of the inoperative engine. c. how to establish and maintain a pitch attitude that will result in the best engine inoperative airspeed, considering the height of obstructions. d. how to establish and maintain a bank as required for best performance. e. how to maintain directional control. f. methods to be used for determining reason for malfunction. g. monitoring and proper use of the operating engine. h. an emergency approach and landing, if a climb or level flight is not within the airplane's performance capability.

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