14 CFR § 61.66
(1) Except as provided under paragraphs (f) and (h) of this section, no person may manipulate the controls of an aircraft or act as pilot in command of an aircraft during an EFVS operation conducted under § 91.176(a) or (b) of this chapter, or serve as a required pilot flightcrew member during an EFVS operation conducted under § 91.176(a) of this chapter, unless that person -
(i) Receives and logs ground training under a training program approved by the Administrator; and
(ii) Obtains a logbook or training record endorsement from an authorized training provider certifying the person satisfactorily completed the ground training appropriate to the category of aircraft for which the person is seeking the EFVS privilege.
(2) The ground training must include the following subjects:
(i) Those portions of this chapter that relate to EFVS flight operations and limitations, including the Airplane Flight Manual or Rotorcraft Flight Manual limitations;
(ii) EFVS sensor imagery, required aircraft flight information, and flight symbology;
(iii) EFVS display, controls, modes, features, symbology, annunciations, and associated systems and components;
(iv) EFVS sensor performance, sensor limitations, scene interpretation, visual anomalies, and other visual effects;
(v) Preflight planning and operational considerations associated with using EFVS during taxi, takeoff, climb, cruise, descent and landing phases of flight, including the use of EFVS for instrument approaches, operating below DA/DH or MDA, executing missed approaches, landing, rollout, and balked landings;
(vi) Weather associated with low visibility conditions and its effect on EFVS performance;
(vii) Normal, abnormal, emergency, and crew coordination procedures when using EFVS; and
(viii) Interpretation of approach and runway lighting systems and their display characteristics when using an EFVS.