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BuzzG
10-16-2018, 05:24 PM
Can anyone currently in training chime in on if there are any delays in sims, or the current overall timeline to IOE completion? Sounds like 175 folks from other outfits are getting sent home for 2 plus months right now. Thanks for any insight.


Simple_Jack
10-16-2018, 06:53 PM
I believe the standard new hire training footprint from orientation to LOE is approx 8-9 weeks long. Currently they are adding in two 3-4 week breaks in training so approx 4 months total.

3PerRev
10-17-2018, 07:54 AM
Changes with every class. 2-4 months.


FOCrunch
10-17-2018, 04:36 PM
Had orientation late June, just finished LOE within the past week or so. Most delays seemed to be a mix of instructor availability and sim availability, little more so on the instructors

racer847
03-14-2019, 12:23 PM
Since this hasn't been addressed lately, is anyone willing to share their timeline from interview-offer-training-IOE complete times?
Just seeing how its looking now

MattyBoy
03-14-2019, 05:57 PM
I was orginially hired with a start date at the end of October. Had to go on LOA shortly after I finished my CBTs due to a transcript issue with my new hire paperwork (specifically my R-ATP). Ended up getting put in with a class at the end of January, and I'm currently scheduled for an LOE next week. I think my class might be the first since sometime last year where our training cycle has more or less matched up with what we were told it would be. 2 months from the start of ground school to the end of training.

Excargodog
03-14-2019, 06:08 PM
The additional ex-Embraer190 now Embraer 175 sim has apparently helped.

Taildrg2Turbine
03-16-2019, 10:42 PM
After searching forums for various regionals, I landed here and enjoy the way people interact. You guys seem to have a great attitude.
Q:
I am curious about the interview to next available class times?
MattyBoy mostly answered it, but I'm a pilot - I can't do math and easily get lost :D (his time frame was different because of a temp LOA).
I am thinking of applying here CPA and want to start as soon as possible.
Also, what are the average reserve times? Average block hours per month? How is the training class?
A:?

Motoxer66
03-17-2019, 07:46 PM
After searching forums for various regionals, I landed here and enjoy the way people interact. You guys seem to have a great attitude.
Q:
I am curious about the interview to next available class times?
MattyBoy mostly answered it, but I'm a pilot - I can't do math and easily get lost :D (his time frame was different because of a temp LOA).
I am thinking of applying here CPA and want to start as soon as possible.
Also, what are the average reserve times? Average block hours per month? How is the training class?
A:?


At the moment it seems that people who are being interviewed right now are getting into class around May/June. Reserve times vary based on when you finish class. Having said that summer time followed by the holiday season is always busy so even if you are on reserve, plan to fly. When I was in this position I flew about 80/85 hrs a month and credited in the 90/100hr range #cribpay. When you show up to training make sure you pay attention to the CBTS as much as humanly possible:D but in all seriousness the program is a carry over from the old days where CP was getting previous 121 guys. Show up knowing as much as you can and make sure you study for the next week ahead.



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