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Concorde001
01-04-2019, 08:18 AM
I have been out of flying for some time and looking to get back.
I was thinking the CAE SCM program maybe a great option. Anyone has experience with it? What is the interview like? They mention a written assessment and a series of face to face interviews.
Thanks for any info!


Desiflyer
01-07-2019, 03:53 AM
Itís a great networking tool and will give you exposure to CRM. After certain sim sessions, you are qualified for a free SIC rating on the program you are assigned to. Pay is very low but most people do it for reasons stated above. Which location are you close to?

Desiflyer
01-07-2019, 04:57 AM
It varies by location. Which one are you referring to?


Concorde001
01-07-2019, 10:59 AM
DFW location. Yea I think it is a great program to get back into it without leaving my full time job for now. Please share any insight you may have regarding the interview process (not sure what to review), and hopefully working week-ends and evenings is possible.
Thanks!

nate25
01-11-2019, 02:32 PM
Do you have an interview this month? I have one for the 31. Anyone have a gouge on the interview and test?

pilotmec
01-13-2019, 04:52 PM
Itís a great networking tool and will give you exposure to CRM. After certain sim sessions, you are qualified for a free SIC rating on the program you are assigned to. Pay is very low but most people do it for reasons stated above. Which location are you close to?

The last I heard, 40 sessions =SIC TYPE. 80 sessions =PIC TYPE in medium aircraft (King Air 350, Citation etc.), 120 sessions = PIC TYPE large aircraft, (Gulfstream, Challenger etc.) All sessions must be completed within 24 months.

If itís changed then I donít have a clue what Iím talking about.

pilotmec
01-13-2019, 04:53 PM
DFW location. Yea I think it is a great program to get back into it without leaving my full time job for now. Please share any insight you may have regarding the interview process (not sure what to review), and hopefully working week-ends and evenings is possible.
Thanks!
Evening and weekends are encouraged. As a SCM/PT you show when you are available and they schedule you.

satpak77
01-14-2019, 05:12 AM
The last I heard, 40 sessions =SIC TYPE. 80 sessions =PIC TYPE in medium aircraft (King Air 350, Citation etc.), 120 sessions = PIC TYPE large aircraft, (Gulfstream, Challenger etc.) All sessions must be completed within 24 months.

If itís changed then I donít have a clue what Iím talking about.

lets say for whatever reason you only complete 60 sessions on the large aircraft program. Can you get a 50% discount on a type.

I heard Gulfstream and Global Express are NOT on that list by the way...

nate25
01-24-2019, 06:02 AM
Anyone know what the interview is like????

RI830
01-24-2019, 10:18 AM
lets say for whatever reason you only complete 60 sessions on the large aircraft program. Can you get a 50% discount on a type.

I heard Gulfstream and Global Express are NOT on that list by the way...

Globals and Gulfstreams are rare...but are on the list. Had a guy just recently got a Global type. He worked his arse off for it though.
Really happy for him.

RI830
01-24-2019, 10:20 AM
Anyone know what the interview is like????

No idea.....just be honest and be yourself. Canít be too hard. Good luck!



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