This report displays the number of Unavailability periods of selected personnel over a period of time, allowing the user to see future potential availability or, alternatively, historical personnel Unavailabilities.
Student Tick and Flick Summary
This report is designed to allow a user to see Category Scores for students across all Subjects on a Course. Currently, the FlightPRO® application Tick and Flick Summary available in Personal Tools is, restricted to a single Subject, is unable to be exported, and is unavailable in FlightPRO® web.
This report is similar to ‘mission outbrief’ in FlightPRO® Programming. It provides the Authorising Officer with the information they need to make their authorisation decision. This report can be printed and/or saved as part of the mission documents for reference to ensure that the information upon which the approval was given is retained for the future.
The course board report allows an Instructor or Course Manager to see and export additional details on a selected course. The report provides average hours, scores and average days ahead/behind the course ideal dates for events. It also provides a detailed summary of the students average and total hours consumed to date with a comparison against the planned hours for the course. Finally, an underfly/overfly value is returned with a projected graduation date for each student on the course.
The Academic Averages Report is used to compare a students progress against the course as a whole. It will return the student and course average scores for the selected categories scored against a specific subject as well as a breakdown of the categories across the subjects. This report can be used to identify students’ strengths and weaknesses and allow instructors to target their missions to their student’s needs.
The Cancellation Report provides two areas of information, a monthly breakdown of cancellations vs DNCOs, and a summary of the number of items that have been recorded against a specific code, both Cancellations and DNCOs. This allows users to identify the causes of their mission cancellation and/or causes of missions returning incomplete.
Asset Utilisation Report
The Asset Utilisation report is designed to allow maintenance personnel to monitor the status of the fleet and allocate the correct tail numbers to sorties throughout the month. The idea is to make sure that no one asset is used significantly more than another for similar tasking.
This report provides a go/no-go board based on the ‘read’ status of personnel’s Knowledge Base Items. Users select an Organisational Group, one or more People Groups, the Knowledge Base Items to be reported on, and the name display option (Normally Formatted Name, Surname, Nickname, Initials or Service Number). The report displays a list of personnel in the selected group(s), with a ‘Go/No-Go’ indication for each person. The expectation is that this report will be tailored for each unit so that only those items that are critical for aircrew to fly are included, allowing a glance and go utility for the Knowledge Base.
Student Flying Hours
This report is designed to allow users to see the number of hours a student (or students) have achieved both Solo and Dual for each selected Asset Type for a Course. These hours can be displayed from a Maintenance Clock, the actual duration of the Strip or the Total Logbook field for the student. Hours are displayed in the format of the user launching the report or the database if no PeopleID is passed into the report.
STUDENT COURSE TOTALS
This report displays Course progress/completion counts and durations for Course Events per student. This provides the user with an overall picture of an individual’s progression on a Course. The user selects the Organisational Group, the Course Type, Course, and Student to be reported on. Historical and On-Course Status filters can also be applied.
The waypoint conflicts report is designed to allow for de-confliction of waypoints assigned to Intra-Strip tasks and the Arrival and Departure destinations for Strips.
Intended for use in Combined Air Operations, users are able to select a time range and specific waypoints to report on as well as a de-confliction window in minutes.
The format of these report is to allow the crew to see where they are going and allow the Wave co-ordinators/Mission Commander to see that their planned wave is de-conflicted to a specific selectable level, e.g. 2 formations are using the same drop zone, the report will allow the user to select a number of minutes between the formations and will highlight any conflicts closer than this. In addition to displaying conflicts, all tasking for the event is displayed (Intra-strip tasks), the report can be run in waypoint mode or strip mode to allow for an ‘ATO’ style display.
Aircraft DS Log
The Aircraft DS Log provides a daily hours summary for each aircraft in the reporting period. The user can define the reporting period and the asset type. The report will display hours figures for each day and a breakdown of Solo and Dual events for each aricraft registration. The report will also give totals for each selected asset type and across all asset types for each day in addition to a total for the month for each aircraft registration.
Asset Event Break down
The Aircraft event breakdownprovides a list of unserviceable events for an asset during the reportingperiod. The report allows the user to define the reporting period, asset typeand asset tail for the report. The report will then output a list of unserviceableevents entered against that asset. The duration field displays a negativenumber which represents the unserviceable business minutes. Business minutesmeans any unserviceable period during the working day (i.e 07:00 – 19:00). Anycontributing unserviceable time outside the business hours are not reported.
Asset Maintenance Hours
The Asset Maintenance Hours provides total maintenance hours during the reporting period. The report allows the user to define the reporting period for the report. The report will then output a list of Asset types / Tail numbers and a total hours figure logged for maintenance. The duration field displays a number which represents the un-serviceable business hours. Business hours means any un-serviceable period during the working day (i.e 07:00 – 19:00). Any contributing un-serviceable time outside the business hours are not reported.
Strip Status Report
This report provides the user with a comprehensive record of Strips that have had, or currently have, a selectable Status assigned to them. When run, if present, all Status History in the Status Log will be reported per Strip, otherwise the current Strip Status will be reported. All Times are reported in the time zone of the Pane that the Strip is assigned to.
This report allows a user to inspect and compare the Actual (flown) and Projected (programmed but not yet flown) flying hours of selected personnel within a user-specified date range. The user selects the Organisational Group, People Group(s), Name Format, date range, and an Hours Limitation value. When run, personnel that have Actual and/or Projected hours during the selected reporting period are listed in the main section of the report; other selected personnel are listed under a ‘People Unallocated Within Inspection Period’ heading.
Flying Hours by Position
This report produces a summary showing the median, average and total flying hours and mission count, per month, for the selected Scheme positions, over the selected reporting period. When run, the report will show the position’s flying hours by month in table and graph form.
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Category Progression Report
This report provides a summary of actual category progression compared with the ideal category progression path for the selected personnel. When the report is run, all categories that are able to be held are listed, together with the date on which the category was obtained and the number of hours recorded since obtaining that category. This is compared with an ideal progression path defined by time and hours needed until the next category. The resulting data is presented in tabular form and is grouped in the following order: Asset, Specialisation, Position, and selected personnel.
The Ops Summary Report details a breakdown of all flying Events that have occurred, by selected Asset Type, within the selected date range.
in the Branch Changes version of the report will display the cancellation and incompletion details in a single table rather than splitting them into individual sections. There are several sections within the report, including a summary, conducted and cancelled missions, incomplete events and more.
Schedule of Events
This report replaces the Schedule of Events report that was previously part of FlightPRO® WEB. Users are able to select the fields to be included in the report from Strips within a selectable date range and from the Organisational Groups and Panes that they have access to.
The Course Graduation report is designed to give course managers a more realistic idea of their course graduation likelihood as well as allowing them visibility of if the courses are slipping further or catching up. It uses an algorithm to calculate dates based with the concept being that students who are behind will be accelerated through the course until they catch up with the Ideal course progression dates, set via the Course Forward Planner. The report will then display to the user the worst end date for students on the course. If the course date is worse than the previous week (i.e. if the course date has moved further into the future).
Currencies & Qualifications
The Currencies and Qualifications report allows the export of Currency and/or Qualification statuses of user-accessible Organisational Group personnel. It reports a snapshot of a group’s Currencies and Qualifications status. The report is grouped by person and includes a header section that lists name, rank and service number. The currency lists are broken down into three different categories:
- Standard Currencies,
- Rolling and Scored Currencies, and
COURSE BURN DOWN
This report provides a graphical representation and summary of a course’s remaining events over the dates they were completed and the projected dates for future events. It grants the user an overview of a course’s progress and enables the user to determine whether or not defined course deadlines are likely to be met. The table displays the total of each student’s events for each asset type and how many events ahead or behind the initial course plan they are, highlighted in red if they are not expected to complete the course before the agreed end date. This table also displays the number of extra events that have been allocated to each student.
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