If you’ve been on the Bus for a little while, you’ve probably noticed that things can go sour pretty quickly.
See, now that you’ve got some time on type, you’re in a much better position to see the holes in your operation.
You’ve probably been there when things start to fall apart a bit, and you know what it feels like to be caught in the jaws of an emergency, with your brain stumbling and your mind completely blank.
At times like these, it can be hard to remember what needs to be done, while making sure you don’t forget something else.
Maybe you’ve had a slightly messy check, maybe you’ve even failed one.
Either way, it doesn’t really matter, because the real question now, is what, if anything, are you going to do about it?
If you’re like most pilots, you know that your checkride performances could stand some improving.
The problem is, you might not be in a position to fix things yourself.
See, emergency management isn’t the kind of thing you can just sit down and study, because let’s face it, there’s not a lot of information out there.
Maybe you’ve seen one of those guys who just seems to know exactly what to do when everything’s going wrong.
And you know that’s a skill that can be learned from experience.
But to get that kind of experience takes time.
Lots of time.
But time alone won’t do it.
See, what it really takes is practice and a dedicated effort to think through scenario after scenario.
And it’s not just chair-flying.
It’s brain-flying your way through every option, every decision and all of the multiple repercussions until you find a way out.
And then doing it over and over until you find the best way out.
Do that enough and you might be able to appreciate the underlying structure and eventually tease it into some sort of usable system.
It’s a pain in the arse for sure, and depending on your initial experience and overall strengths as a pilot, it might not be something you have the perspective to do yourself.
So why not learn from the experience of others instead of making all of the same mistakes yourself?
Why not let Checkmate show you an easy-to-learn, practical emergency management system?
Since it’s based on Airbus best practice, it’s applicable to any airline or operation on the planet, even yours.
You’ll learn how to think, what to do and when to do it.
And instead of struggling to come up with your own solution, Checkmate will show you how to manage any emergency, step-by-step.
You’ll save valuable time and effort, all while preventing some devastating mistakes.
Since Checkmate is soundly based on Airbus SOP’s, strong logic, and the correct prioritisation of both thought and action, it makes a great addition to the stuff you already know.
It’s a simple, straightforward, system that’s been carefully designed to show you exactly what to do to resolve any emergency situation and ace your checkride.
Ditch the stress and the anxiety and let Checkmate show you a better way forward.