AVIATION COLLEGE ADMISSION
FLIGHT TRAINING PROGRAMS
- CAREER PILOT PROGRAM DIPLOMA: This program takes you from being an Ab Initio (brand new) pilot all the way through your Private Pilot License (PPL), Commercial Pilot License (CPL), Multi-engine rating, Instrument rating and finally your flight Instructor (Class 4) rating.Graduating students will have acquired all the necessary licenses and additional education in aviation Human Factors to become a professional pilot.The academic portion includes an expanded look into the details of Aviation Human Factors which will be useful in developing the students’ essential background knowledge for a career in aviation.The flying hours required to complete the Career Pilot Program at the College is 235, spanning a period of 18 months.
- PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE (PPL): Private Pilot License (PPL) program is favorable for entry level Pilots. The flight and ground training focus on knowledge and skills that will enable the candidate to obtain a private pilot license. Students will learn the fundamentals of aviation theory and the skills to privately operate a single engine aircraft. PPL license holders typically endorse the license with a VFR-OTT rating or a night rating. The PPL course is designed to adhere to the Transport Canada requirements of a private pilot license, governing flight time, instrument time and ground school time. Students will learn the fundamentals of theory and the skills to operate an aircraft in a safe manner.The successful completion of the course, and the passing of the Transport Canada written exam and flight test, results in a competent, skilled and knowledgeable visual flight rules private pilot. Total Program Duration: Up to 6 Months
- COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE: The Commercial Pilot License (CPL) program is comprehensive and trains a private pilot license holder up to the Transport Canada CPL standards. Students will learn advanced aviation theory and flying, navigation and planning skills to commercially operate aircraft for financial compensation or reward. CPL license holders typically endorse the license with multi-engine and instrument Ratings.The CPL program adheres closely to the minimum flight and ground school hours set by Transport Canada. It builds a student’s knowledge and skills to meet, or exceed the Transport Canada flight and ground standard. Total Program Duration: Approximately 9 Months.
- MULTI-ENGINE RATING PROGRAM: The Multi-Engine Rating (ME) program trains a licensed pilot to qualify for the Transport Canada Multi Rating endorsement which is required to fly an aircraft with more than one engine. The multi-engine rating is suitable for PPL or CPL holders who want to experience larger, faster or more complex aircraft.Obtain your multi-engine rating at the College with PA34 Seneca III twine engine aircraft. This is a step toward becoming a more qualified pilot. The multi-engine rating is a program that builds a student’s knowledge and skills up to the required Transport Canada flight test standard. 15 hours of multi-engine dual flight 10 hours simulator training Total Program Duration: 2 Months
- FLIGHT ATTENDANT PROGRAM: The Flight Attendant Program at the Aviation College is 54 weeks and is designed to prepare students to become a flight attendant using an international concept.Today’s flight attendants are highly trained, highly skilled and focus on safety as the core of their job function. The Flight Attendant diploma program encourages you to develop career-related skills, knowledge and behaviors to effectively perform a variety of functions required to provide passenger safety and exceptional passenger service as you work in the airline and travel industry. Total Program Duration: 54 weeks total.
- FLIGHT DISPATCHER GENERIC TRAINING: This eight-month Diploma program in Flight Dispatcher Generic Training provides basic training in the classroom. This program outlook at the fundamental concepts of Airlaws, Meteorology, flight operations Program Duration: 320HOURS/ 32WEEKS.