Oxford Aviation Academy CBT - ATPL Warning & Recording
This Computer Based Training (CBT) course teaches the subjects of Warning and Recording and their associated legislation up to the standard required by the EASA air transport pilot’s licence syllabus.
The course fully describes the various audio, visual and sensory systems used on the flight deck to bring events to the attention of the pilots. Systems covered include altitude alert, overspeed and stall warning, ground proximity warning and the traffic alert and collision avoidance system. Also described are the data and voice recording systems fitted to all modern airliners.
Though the course is meant primarily for student professional pilots, we hope that General Aviation pilots who wish to expand their knowledge will find much to interest them.
- Flight Warning System
- Altitude Alert
- Overspeed & Stall Warning
- Ground Proximity Warning
- Traffic Alert & Collision Avoidance System (TCAS)
- Recording Equipment
Fixed Exes for Windows 7,8 and 10
Microsoft have recently put out a Windows update that disables a driver used by the copy protection technology used on the CD-ROMs. This means that you may find that some, or all, of the CD-ROMs will no longer work on Windows 7, 8 and 10.
If you experience problems running the CD-ROMs on Windows 7, 8 or 10, you will need to apply one of these fixed exe files.
Note: More detailed instructions can be found here: https://cbt.caeoxfordinteractive.com/mod/page/view.php?id=3023.
1. Insert the product CD-ROM and install the software.
2. From the links below, download the fixed exe for your product (the fixed exe is compressed into a zip archive).
3. Extract the fixed exe from the downloaded zip archive.
4. Replace the exe file in your install location (default is specified in "File to Replace") with the file extracted in step 3.
5. Run the software.
|Product||Version||Download||File to Replace|
|Warning and Recording||-||WR_no_drm.zip||C:\Program Files (x86)\OAAmedia\ATPL Warning and Recording\system\WR-menu.exe|
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