Post Flight Briefing

POST-FLIGHT

1. General
• Reaffirm outcome
• Allow applicant some time to self
• Prepare Temporary Airman Certificate/ Notice of Disapproval /Letter of Discontinuance
• Offer to sign applicant’s logbook
• Have applicant sign your endorsement page (2 copies)

2. Temporary Airman Certificate
• Establish a positive atmosphere
• Highlight above average performance
• Debrief using the Plan of Action
• Have applicant review and sign Temporary Airman Certificate
• Examiner signs and issues Temporary Airman Certificate
• Advise of duration – 120 days: A DPE is not authorized to reissue an expired temporary certificate. The applicant needs to contact the local FSDO.
• Ensure applicant has proper documents
• Verify that you have the proper documents
• Brief flight instructor of applicant’s performance

3. Disapproval Notice
• Establish a positive atmosphere
• Highlight above average performance as well as deficient tasks
• Debrief using the Plan of Action
• Use PTS to explain reasons for disapproval
• Do not criticize the flight instructor
• Be alert for denial, anger, bargaining, or depression
• Issue Disapproval Notice
• Advise retest credit for satisfactorily completed items is 60 days
• Ensure applicant has proper documents
• Verify that you have the proper documents
• Brief flight instructor of applicant’s performance

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