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Nolly B-727 Practice Oral DVD

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The important thing to keep in mind when you take an oral exam is that you must really understand how the aircraft systems work. Sure, you need to know what every switch, control and indicator does, but it must be more than that. Much more. You need to have a working knowledge of every system schematic, and you must be able to visualize how all the systems interact.

Let's take the Engine Fire Handle as an example. Now, at some point you probably memorized a "laundry list" of events that occur when you pull the fire handle. (You close the Engine Fuel Shutoff Valve, Arm the Bottle Discharge Button, arm the Engine Selector Valve, close the Wing Anti-Ice Valves for engine 1 or 3, close the Cowl Anti-Ice Valve for engine 2, close the Engine Bleed Valve, close the Fluid Shutoff Valve for engine 1 or 2, disable the associated Hydraulic Low Pressure Light, and trip the Field Breaker after a short delay.) And, of course, for engine 2 you also close the Engine 2/APU Bleed Valves, and close the APU Air Load Control Valve as a consequence. Whew! That's a lot to memorize!

Let's try an easier way to remember all of that: when you pull the fire handle, you shut off the flow of all fluids that pass through the firewall and you trip the field. Period. When I say fluids I mean fuel, hydraulic fluid and bleed air. Only the fluids that pass through the firewall are shut off. (Now you'll never again have difficulty trying to remember if the engine anti-ice is shut off for engines 1 and 3. The bleed air for engine anti-ice doesn't pass through the engine firewall, so it's not shut off. On engine 2, it passes through the firewall to anti-ice the S-duct, so the cowl valve is closed.)

Now just imagine if you could watch this taking place on a video. See a picture of the Selector Valve being positioned to the desired fire bottle, see a schematic of the fluid shutoff. Well, that's what you get on our "B-727 Practice Oral" video. On this one-hour video, you'll hear "operational" questions posed, then you'll hear correct, complete answers as you see the switch, control, indicator or system. You'll start on the Engineer's panel and by the end of the DVD you will fear it no more.

I'll be honest with you. When you go to take your oral you'll need more than systems knowledge. You'll need to know all of the limits that are published for immediate recall in your airline's flight manual. We don't cover those, since they're strictly rote memory. (If you want to learn how to develop a steel-trap memory, you'll get that and more in our "Successful Simulator Training".) Also, you'll need mastery of your airline's Operations Specifications, and, again, we don't cover that. But we do cover Systems, and we do it extremely well.

This video is the perfect way to cement and integrate your systems knowledge on the B-727. Whether you're preparing for your Proficiency Check or Rating Ride oral, playing "stump the dummy" with your crew-mates, or simply refreshing your systems knowledge, you'll find that this DVD really puts it all together. After you use this to prepare for an oral, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.
 

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Nolly B-727 Practice Oral DVD

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Nolly B-727 Practice Oral DVD Overview:

The important thing to keep in mind when you take an oral exam is that you must really understand how the aircraft systems work. Sure, you need to know what every switch, control and indicator does, but it must be more than that. Much more. You need to have a working knowledge of every system schematic, and you must be able to visualize how all the systems interact.

Let's take the Engine Fire Handle as an example. Now, at some point you probably memorized a "laundry list" of events that occur when you pull the fire handle. (You close the Engine Fuel Shutoff Valve, Arm the Bottle Discharge Button, arm the Engine Selector Valve, close the Wing Anti-Ice Valves for engine 1 or 3, close the Cowl Anti-Ice Valve for engine 2, close the Engine Bleed Valve, close the Fluid Shutoff Valve for engine 1 or 2, disable the associated Hydraulic Low Pressure Light, and trip the Field Breaker after a short delay.) And, of course, for engine 2 you also close the Engine 2/APU Bleed Valves, and close the APU Air Load Control Valve as a consequence. Whew! That's a lot to memorize!

Let's try an easier way to remember all of that: when you pull the fire handle, you shut off the flow of all fluids that pass through the firewall and you trip the field. Period. When I say fluids I mean fuel, hydraulic fluid and bleed air. Only the fluids that pass through the firewall are shut off. (Now you'll never again have difficulty trying to remember if the engine anti-ice is shut off for engines 1 and 3. The bleed air for engine anti-ice doesn't pass through the engine firewall, so it's not shut off. On engine 2, it passes through the firewall to anti-ice the S-duct, so the cowl valve is closed.)

Now just imagine if you could watch this taking place on a video. See a picture of the Selector Valve being positioned to the desired fire bottle, see a schematic of the fluid shutoff. Well, that's what you get on our "B-727 Practice Oral" video. On this one-hour video, you'll hear "operational" questions posed, then you'll hear correct, complete answers as you see the switch, control, indicator or system. You'll start on the Engineer's panel and by the end of the DVD you will fear it no more.

I'll be honest with you. When you go to take your oral you'll need more than systems knowledge. You'll need to know all of the limits that are published for immediate recall in your airline's flight manual. We don't cover those, since they're strictly rote memory. (If you want to learn how to develop a steel-trap memory, you'll get that and more in our "Successful Simulator Training".) Also, you'll need mastery of your airline's Operations Specifications, and, again, we don't cover that. But we do cover Systems, and we do it extremely well.

This video is the perfect way to cement and integrate your systems knowledge on the B-727. Whether you're preparing for your Proficiency Check or Rating Ride oral, playing "stump the dummy" with your crew-mates, or simply refreshing your systems knowledge, you'll find that this DVD really puts it all together. After you use this to prepare for an oral, you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.
 

 

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