Thank you! Glad you found it helpful. To prepare for Indoc, I refreshed the ATM written study guide prep books. It has a lot of general 121 knowledge you need to know that isn’t airline specific. We received our company EFBs about a week prior to Indoc starting. Once you have it, you can start reading though the Flight Ops Manual (FOM). Indoc primarily covers the FOM and the Op Specs.
Grounds is all about systems knowledge (you will attain from CBTs- computer based training) and the standard operation procedures manual (SOPM). Here you can start practicing flows, memorizing memory items and limitations.
By the time you get to sims you need to have all the profiles and callouts memorized for the takeoff, approaches, etc. At this point, you’re putting it all together.
Study wise, from day one of Indoc until my checkride I studied/in class or sims every day from 7/8am until about 9pm. We had one day off every 6 days and that was used for grocery shopping, rest and catching up on studying. It’s very vigorous but it’s a short period of time to stay focused. The more work you put in along the way, the better off you’ll be. The pace just accelerates and you up the pace to stay with it. However, once you fall behind, it’s incredibly difficult to catch up.