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The NZMPA Good Practice Guide for Pilots 2021


published on 4 April 2022 620 -

A big thank you to the NZMPA for publishing!

The Good Practice Guide for Pilots 2021 describes the knowledge and skills (technical and non-technical) that the NZMPA believe all pilots should aim to achieve and maintain. It is written primarily for pilots for their own guidance and professional development, but can be used as a framework for pilot training, proficiency and assessment. It is referenced to NZ Maritime Law and Codes.
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