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CanSat: Hands-on Satellite Design

TU Berlin Summer & Winter University
Campus Full time 4 weeks January 2017 Germany Berlin

This course is designed for students with a general understanding of engineering who want to gain insight into the exciting topic of space technologies. With the practical approach applied, students experience working on a challenging project in an interdisciplinary team. [+]

Course Studies in Aerospace in Europe 2017. Winter school: January 3rd to 27th, 2017 Course price: 2.200 Euros 18 hours of class sessions per week, 5 ECTS credit points Topic Space Technology Target group This course is designed for students with a general understanding of engineering who want to gain insight into the exciting topic of space technologies. With the practical approach applied, students experience working on a challenging project in an interdisciplinary team. This prepares them for a systems engineering career with a leading position in the engineering industry. With the basic knowledge in space technologies that is imparted in this course, students have a good starting point to prepare themselves for a continuing education in space engineering. It is recommended that students use their own laptops for the hands-on project. Learning Goal/Output After taking part in this course, students will have knowledge of the most important topics related to space technologies. Students will know the parts of a space system and understand their correlations, and will be able to plan and conduct a space mission. Practically, students will be capable of designing a part of a space system with regard to mechanics, electronics and programming. Course Components The course starts with introductory lectures about the most important topics related to space technologies. In parallel, a practical training will be given to develop specific engineering skills in mechanics, electronics and programming that are necessary to conduct the hands-on project. During project work units, parts of a CanSat will be designed with supervision in smaller groups. During a launch campaign, the CanSat will be tested under real conditions. The course is supplemented by an excursion to space related companies and institutions in Berlin. Short Description A CanSat is a small satellite in shape of a commercial beverage can that performs several measuring tasks. In this course, a CanSat is designed, built and tested in the field during a rocket launch. Therefore, all basics of topics related to exciting area of space technologies is imparted and practical skills for the development of a CanSat are trained. The theoretical units are supplemented by practical exercises. Parts of the CanSat are developed in intensely supervised small groups. During an excursion to a site in Berlin where space related companies and institutions are located, the participants shall gain insight into facilities used for the development of satellites. Prerequisites The general prerequisites of the TU Berlin Summer University are: at least one year of university experience + English level B2 or equivalent. Participants should have a general understanding of engineering. Lecturer(s) Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Brieß Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Brieß is head of the Chair of Space Technology at TU Berlin’s Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. He has dealt extensively with nano and pico satellite technologies and their various uses for the communication and remote sensing of the Earth, Moon and planets. Three research assistants of the Chair of Space Technology, Dr. Zizung Yoon, Cem Avsar, Dipl.-Ing. and Sebastian Trowitzsch, Dipl.-Ing. are involved in the summer school course. Cem Avsar Cem Avsar graduated in Aerospace Engineering from the Technical University of Berlin in 2010. During his studies at TU Berlin, he was teaching informatics for eight semesters as tutor. Also, he participated in practical space related projects during his time of studies. With his graduation, he joined the staff of scientific researchers at the TU Berlin, Chair of Space Technology. He worked on modular satellite architectures and CubeSats. As Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Brieß‘ teaching assistant, he was strongly involved in shaping the space technology curriculum. He also managed research projects, for instance a student-built rover. Nikolas Korn Nikolas Korn graduated in Aerospace Engineering from TU Berlin in 2014. During his studies, he was working at GEA Grasso on 3D CAD modeling of screw compressor parts. Later he joined the PiNaSys as researcher. There he is focused on hardware and software development of miniaturized attitude determination systems for parabolic flight experiments as well as GPS orbit simulations. In April 2015 he participated on the 25. DLR parabolic flight campaign in Bordeaux, France. Sebastian Trowitzsch Sebastian Trowitzsch holds a Diploma of Aerospace Engineering, he graduated from TU Berlin in 2010. From 2005 to 2012, he was actively involved in the design, verification and operation of the picosatellite BEESAT. Since 2010, he is project manager and system engineer of the follow-up mission BEESAT-2. Dr. Zizung Yoon After graduating from TU Berlin, Zizung Yoon joined the development team of the small satellite TET (120 kg) in the company Astro- und Feindwerktechnik. Along with the research experience gained in the industry, he accomplished his Ph.D. in the field of fault tolerant attitude control system. [-]

EASA Modular Training - Airline Transport Pilot Licence – OXFORD, UK

Airways Aviation
Campus Part time January 2017 United Kingdom Oxford

Airways Aviation’s EASA modular training options offer students a flexible, part time ATPL alternative to our full time, integrated course. You can undertake each stand alone course (or module) at a time that suits you, building your skills and qualifications as you go. [+]

Airways Aviation’s EASA modular training options offer students a flexible, part time ATPL alternative to our full time, integrated course. You can undertake each stand alone course (or module) at a time that suits you, building your skills and qualifications as you go. COURSE STRUCTURE STAGE 1 - Private Pilot Licence (PPL) 
+ Structured Hours Building + Night Qualification SPAIN A PPL is a licence to fly an aircraft
 for private use. You will complete
a minimum of 45 hours flying, in addition you will need to complete a Structured Hours Building of 150 flying hours (70 hours as pilot in command) before you can commence a CPL. A Night Qualification is an advanced flight training rating for pilots to fly at night. This module comprises 4 hours of dual flight time and 1 hour of solo flight time. STAGE 2 - ATPL Theory UNITED KINGDOM ATPL theory takes place over 26 weeks and is divided into two phases. Students will undertake a range of subjects including aircraft general knowledge, air law and IFR communications through to aeroplane performance and operational procedures. STAGE 3 - Multi-Engine Piston Class Rating + Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) + Multi-Engine Instrument Rating SPAIN OR UNITED KINGDOM The Multi-Engine Piston Class
 Rating (MEP) gives you the skills and experience to fly as pilot in command of a twin engine aircraft. You will complete 6 hours of flight training and 7 hours of theory over 3 days. An EASA CPL is the minimum licence required to fly commercially. You will complete at least 25 hours of dual flight training. Total training hours will depend on your previous flying experience. The Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR) is designed to give you the skills and experience you need to make approaches in poor weather and fly in Class A airspace. Flight training time varies between 45 and 55 hours depending on previous experience. STAGE 4 - Multi-Pilot Foundation Jet Course NETHERLANDS In the Multi-Pilot Foundation Jet Course (MPFJC) you will undertake 48 hours of intensive training over 20 days including advanced theory instruction and A320/ Boeing 737 simulator flying time. Upon completion of all of the above modules you will have earned your EASA fATPL. Pilots with an fATPL are eligible to work as a First Officer in the commercial airline industry. You will need to accrue 1500 flying hours to achieve a full ATPL at which time you will be eligible to fly as a Captain. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Students must: be at least 18 years old have a right to study in the UK other than on a Tier 4 visa hold a minimum of 3 x GCSEs (or equivalent); successful completion of English, maths and science is desirable produce a CRC (Criminal Record Check) basic disclosure certificate before commencing training be a minimum height of 5’2 (157 cm), maximum height of 6’5” (196 cm) hold a UK EASA Class 1 medical without restrictions in addition, international students should be able to demonstrate English language proficiency with a pass in an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with an overall grade of 5.5 or equivalent. [-]

EASA Integrated Pilot Training - Airline Transport Pilot Licence – OXFORD, UK

Airways Aviation
Campus Full time January 2017 United Kingdom Oxford

The Airways Aviation EASA Integrated pilot training scheme is known as the Elite Pathways Programme, which has been developed to meet the growing industry need for knowledgeable, highly skilled, and employable graduates. [+]

Course Studies in Aerospace in Europe 2017. The Airways Aviation EASA Integrated pilot training scheme is known as the Elite Pathways Programme, which has been developed to meet the growing industry need for knowledgeable, highly skilled, and employable graduates. Our syllabus has been designed in consultation with leading airlines and key industry bodies, and is fully aligned with the IATA Training and Qualification Initiative. This fully integrated programme will take you from no aviation experience (ab initio) to an EASA licenced, industry-ready pilot. COURSE STRUCTURE STAGE 1 - ATPL Theory
 + UNITED KINGDOM The first stage of training consists
of 26 weeks of ATPL theory. You will undertake a range of modules including aircraft general knowledge, air law 
and IFR communications through to aeroplane performance and operational procedures. You will also participate in our Airline Preparation training delivered by current airline pilots. STAGE 2 - Single-Pilot Foundation Training + Airline Preparation SPAIN In Stage 2 you will travel to our fair- weather flying base in Spain to complete your Single-Pilot Foundation Training and additional Airline Preparation, totalling 114.5 hours of single-engine flight training in our state-of-the-art Diamond DA40. STAGE 3 - Single-Pilot Advance Training
 + Airline Preparation
 + Upset Prevention and Recovery Training UNITED KINGDOM Returning to Oxford, you will complete your Single-Pilot Advanced Training
 and further Airline Preparation. You will undertake a minimum of 82.5 hours’ flight training, comprising at least 30 hours of multi-engine flight time and 52.5 hours of FNPTII simulator training. In addition, you will complete an Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) module to further develop your advanced flying skills. STAGE 4 - Multi-Pilot Foundation Jet Course UNITED KINGDOM The final stage of your airline training comprises the Multi-Pilot Foundation Jet Course (MPFJC) to be undertaken in the UK. You will undertake 48 hours of intensive training over 20 days including advanced theory instruction and A320/Boeing 737 simulator flying time. Upon completion of all of the above stages you will have earned your EASA fATPL. Pilots with an fATPL are eligible to work as a First Officer in the commercial airline industry. You will need to accrue 1500 flying hours to achieve a full ATPL at which time you will be eligible to fly as a Captain. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Students must: be at least 18 years old have a right to study in the UK other than on a Tier 4 visa hold a minimum of 3 x GCSEs (or equivalent); successful completion of English, maths and science is desirable produce a CRC (Criminal Record Check) basic disclosure certificate before commencing training be a minimum height of 5’2 (157 cm), maximum height of 6’5” (196 cm) hold a UK EASA Class 1 medical without restrictions in addition, international students should be able to demonstrate English language proficiency with a pass in an International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with an overall grade of 5.5 or equivalent. [-]

Aviation Foundation Course

Airways Aviation
Campus Full time Part time Open Enrollment Thailand Bangkok Japan Osaka China Beijing Kuwait Kuwait City Montenegro Podgorica Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Indonesia Jakarta United Arab Emirates Dubai Bangladesh Dhaka Lebanon Beirut Iraq Baghdad + 20 more

Our Aviation Foundation Course offers students a tailored curriculum developed by industry professionals to provide the best possible introduction into the theoretical and practical aspects of flying. [+]

Our Aviation Foundation Course offers students a tailored curriculum developed by industry professionals to provide the best possible introduction into the theoretical and practical aspects of flying. The Aviation Foundation Course provides students with a unique entry point into a career in aviation – one that gives you the best start to your studies and also offers a low risk opportunity to experience aviation training first hand, before committing to pilot training abroad. Students will become familiar with aircraft equipment and gain the knowledge required to progress, with confidence, to full flight training at one of our Pilot Training Academies in the UK or Australia. This intensive course has been designed as a study pathway into accredited EASA pilot training in the UK or CASA pilot training in Australia. Our Aviation Foundation Course provides exceptional introductory training in the following subject areas: aviation English principles of flight simulator training meteorology air law navigation operation, performance and loading human factors COURSE DURATION 8 weeks’ full time. We also offer flexible learning options, including evening classes. [-]

Airline Pilot 260 Hours

Flyschool
Campus Full time 18 - 24 months September 2017 Spain Madrid

This course is oriented for people without any flight experience who wish to work in aviation as pilots in the short term. Candidates will be trained according with a program designed and supervised by Airline Captains and school flight instructors. Training programs between Spain (flight training) and Spain (time building) available. [+]

Course Studies in Aerospace in Europe 2017. This course is oriented for people without any flight experience who wish to work in aviation as pilots in the short term. Candidates will be trained according with a program designed and supervised by Airline Captains and school flight instructors. Training programs between Spain (flight training) and Spain (time building) available. All licenses required to act as commercial airline pilot are included within course, from (Commercial Pilot License) CPL to MCC (Multi Crew Cooperation Course) Duratiom: 18-24 months Starting date: inmediate Language: Spanish and English Flight time: 260 h. Included training material: headset, flight bag , plotter, CR3, kneeboard, pilot shirts, uniform trousers, tie, etc. Aircraft and Simulator fleet: Cessna 150, Piper PA28 Cherokee, Piper PA28 Arrow, Piper PA34 Séneca, Piper PA23 Aztec, and FNPTI y FNPTII MCC simutators (ver). Licenses and ratings included: PPL EASA license PPL FAA license Airline Transportation Pilot License (Theoretical ATPL) Multi-engine rating Night rating Instrumental Ratin (IR) Comercial Pilot License (CPL) Multi Crew Cooperation Course MCC [-]

FAA FLIGHT TRAINING FOR CPL - COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time 2 months September 2017 Czech Republic Prague Brno USA South Miami Heights + 3 more

The Commercial Pilot Certificate is a qualification that permits the holder to act as a pilot of an aircraft for remuneration. [+]

The Commercial Pilot Certificate is a qualification that permits the holder to act as a pilot of an aircraft for remuneration. Course entry requirements: Minimum age of 18 years Second class medical certificate At least PPL(A) (Private Pilot License) holder with 250 hours total flight time out of which 100 as Pilot in Command. English language skills Privileges: Exercise all the privileges of the holder of a PPL(A); Act as co-pilot (First Officer) in commercial air transportation Act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot of any airplane (CPL(A)) engaged in operations other than commercial air transportation. Act as pilot-in-command in commercial air transportation of any single-pilot airplane Ground training: The trainee will cover during the ground training the following courses: Air law and ATC procedures Airframes & systems, electrics, power plant, emergency equipment Instrumentation Mass and balance Performance Flight planning & monitoring Human performance & limitations Meteorology General navigation Radio navigation Operational procedures Principles of flight Communications Flight training: At the end of the training, the trainee must have a minimum of 250 total flight hours (including PPL(A) and IR time) if acquiring an FAA CPL Part 61 certification or must have minimum of 190 total flight hours (including PPL(A) and IR time if acquiring an FAA CPL Part 141 certification: FAA Part 141 100 hours as pilot-in-command 50 hours of VFR cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command, including a cross-country flight totaling at least 350 NM in the course of with full-stop landings at two airports different from the airport of departure 10 hours of instrument training 5 hours of night flying - 5 solo take-offs and 5 landings 10 hours on a complex airplane Examination - Written Test The applicant has to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge at an FAA approved testing center in the form of a written test. The test consists of nine subjects (Meteorology, Navigation, Instrumentation, Communications, Aircraft General Knowledge, Principles of flight, Air Law, Flight performance and planning, Human Performance and limitations, Operational procedures, etc). The applicant must pass the written exam with a minimum of 70% which is still a passing score. One must complete and successfully pass the written exam prior to the taking the theoretical/practical examination. Examination – Theoretical An applicant must demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges of the holder of a CPL(A) in accordance with the requirements under the FARs. Examination – Practical The practical skill exam in the airplane with the examiner can be taken after successful completion of the written tests. The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: Operate the airplane within its limitations Complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as requested by FAA Exercise good judgment and airmanship Apply aeronautical knowledge Maintain control of the airplane at all times. Upgrades We offer the opportunity to upgrade for different aircraft during the CPL course. Below you can find training fee difference that will be charged on a top of standard offer. Plane upgrades - additional cost for the training Amount Upgrade fee USD/hr Additional cost for the training USD Aircraft Piper Cadet (VFR) 35 4 140 Aircraft Piper Warrior (IFR, Ads-B & Garmin G530W - 4 seater) 35 20 700 Aircraft Cessna 172R (IFR, KLN94, 4 seater) 35 20 700 Aircraft Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000 (IFR, Glass cockpit, 4 seater) 35 54 1890 Aircraft Piper Arrow (IFR, Garmin G430, 4 seater) 35 46 1610 Duration The CPL(A) can be obtained in a range period starting from two months depending on the trainees time availability for both theoretical and practical training. International students Flying Academy is able to provide the needed documentation for non US citizens to be able to enrol in flight training courses in the USA. [-]

EASA 0-ATPL WITH US EXPERIENCE

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time 63 weeks September 2017 USA South Miami Heights Czech Republic Prague Brno + 3 more

The course “0-ATPL with US experience” guides the students through the process of getting their Private Pilot License in the US all the way to the ATPL level. This includes the frozen ATPL(A) written exam as well the required practical exams for the Instrument Rating as well as the CPL+MEP. [+]

Course Studies in Aerospace in Europe 2017. The course “0-ATPL with US experience” guides the students through the process of getting their Private Pilot License in the US all the way to the ATPL level. This includes the frozen ATPL(A) written exam as well the required practical exams for the Instrument Rating as well as the CPL+MEP. ATPL is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. ATPL course is meant for future airline pilots. ATPL certified pilots are authorized to act as Pilot-in-Command of an aircraft in any airline. Privileges The privileges of the holder of an ATPL(A) are to act as Pilot-In-Command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) in airplanes engaged in commercial air transportation exercise all the privileges of the holder of a PPL(A), a CPL(A) and IR(A). Learning objectives Ground Training – during the course “Zero to ATPL with US experience”, the trainee will complete theoretical courses for PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A) and ATPL 650(A) Flight training – the flight training will start with the PPL(A) including the NIGHT in the USA, continues with IR(A) and MEP(A) in Europe, and finalizes with the CPL(A). Flight Training At the end of the training, the trainee must have a minimum of 100 total flight hours (including PPL(A) time collected in the USA): 100 hours as pilot-in-command 20 hours of VFR cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command, including a cross-country flight totaling at least 540 km (300 NM) in the course of with full-stop landings at two aerodromes different from the aerodromes of departure 50 hours of instrument training 5 hours of night flying including one cross-country flight and 5 solo take-offs and 5 landings 5 hours on a complex airplane ATPL(A) Ground training The applicant has to go through ground training covering: Air law and ATC procedures Airframes & systems, electrics, powerplant, emergency equipment Instrumentation Mass and balance Performance Flight planning & monitoring Human performance & limitations Meteorology General navigation Radio navigation Operational procedures Principles of flight Communications (VFR+IFR) For ATPL(A) - An applicant must demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges of the holder of a ATPL(A) in accordance with EASA requirements in Part-FCL. Examination – Practical The practical skill exams in the airplane with the examiner can be taken after successful completion of the written tests [PPL(A) & ATPL(A)]. The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: Operate the airplane within its limitations Complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as requested by local authority Exercise good judgment and airmanship Apply aeronautical knowledge Maintain control of the airplane at all times. Duration From 0 to ATPL the minimum time needed is about 63 weeks, however, depending on the trainee’s availability this can be tailor made. Training fees are covering the following items and services: Instructor time for ground school & practical training Plane rental, including fuel *All training fees are bound to the actual exchange rates of the local currency of the Flying Academy base where the training or a part of the training is provided. [-]

EASA COMMERCIAL PILOT FROM 0 TO ATPL

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time 63 weeks September 2017 Czech Republic Prague Brno USA South Miami Heights + 3 more

Today, more than ever, the airline industry needs highly trained and skilled professionals for the growing industry to safely fly over 5 bn. passengers annually to their destinations. [+]

Today, more than ever, the airline industry needs highly trained and skilled professionals for the growing industry to safely fly over 5 bn. passengers annually to their destinations. Being a Commercial Pilot comes also with a lot of responsibility, complex decision making and the ability to understand and cope with abnormal situations. This program is designed for students with little to no flying experience and that want to pursue a career in aviation according to EASA regulations. Flying Academy is highly specialized in offering training from ab-initio to “frozen” ATPL(A). The trainees of the program will start with PPL(A) and, upon obtaining the necessary flight experience, will continue with IR(A), CPL(A) modules or MEP (multi-engine aircraft) flight programs. After successful completion of the zero to ATPL(A) course, you will be issued an EASA CPL(A) license with ATPL(A) theory completed and will be authorized to act as Pilot-In-Command (PIC) of an aircraft in an airline. The ATPL(A) license is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. Course entry requirements Minimum age of 18 years (16 years to enroll PPL training program) First class medical certificate (Second class medical certificate untill finishing MEP) No previous flight experience needed Sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics English language knowledge - FTO oral and written test Privileges The privileges of the holder of an ATPL(A) are to act as pilot-in-command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) in airplanes engaged in commercial air transportation exercise all the privileges of the holder of a PPL(A), a CPL(A) and IR(A). Learning objectives Ground Training – during the zero to ATPL course, the trainee will complete theoretical courses for PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A) and ATPL 650(A) Flight training – the flight training will start with the PPL(A) followed by Night Rating, continues with IR(A) and MEP(A), and finalizes with the CPL(A). Ground Training The applicant has to go through ground training covering: Air law and ATC procedures Airframes & systems, electrics, power plant, emergency equipment Instrumentation Mass and balance Performance Flight planning & monitoring Human performance & limitations Meteorology General navigation Radio navigation Operational procedures Principles of flight Communications Flight Training At the end of the training, the trainee must have a minimum of 200 total flight hours (including PPL(A) time): 100 hours as pilot-in-command 20 hours (minimum) of VFR cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command, including a cross-country flight totaling at least 540 km (300 NM) in the course of with full-stop landings at two aerodromes different from the aerodromes of departure 50 hours of instrument training 5 hours of night flying including one cross-country flight and 5 solo take-offs and 5 landings 11 hours on Multi Engine aircraft 5 hours on a complex airplane Examination - Theoretical For PPL(A) - The applicant has to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge at the CAA office in the form of written tests. Tests consist of nine subjects (Meteorology, Navigation, Communications, Aircraft General Knowledge, Principles of flight, Air Law, Flight performance and planning, Human Performance and limitations, Operational procedures). For ATPL(A) - An applicant must demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges of the holder of ATPL(A) in accordance with EASA requirements in Part-FCL. Examination – Practical The practical skill exams in the airplane with the examiner can be taken after successful completion of the written tests [PPL(A) & ATPL(A)]. The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: Operate the airplane within its limitations Complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as requested by EASA Exercise good judgment and airmanship Apply aeronautical knowledge Maintain control of the airplane at all times. Training fees are covering the following items and services: All training manuals Access to the Learning Management System and EASA question bank Instructor time for ground school & practical training Planes, including fuel *All training fees are bound to the actual exchange rates of the local currency of the Flying Academy base where the training or a part of the training is provided. [-]

EASA ATPL(A) Integrated training program

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time 14 months October 2017 Czech Republic Brno

For pilots who want to be trained full time for the airlines, but also who want to be competitive on the job market, we have created the Integrated ATPL(A) course. During the Integrated ATPL(A), you will become a Commercial Pilot in 14 months of intensive preparation, from no flight experience to holding an EASA Multi-Engine Instrument Rating Commercial Pilot License with ATPL frozen, including Multi Crew Cooperation and Jet Orientation Course. [+]

Course Studies in Aerospace in Europe 2017. Preparing new pilots for the airlines is Flying Academy's area of expertise. It takes a great level of dedication and passion for flying to be able to share an impressive amount of knowledge in a short time and in addition, to develop the skills of the pilot to be able to cope with any situation which might arise during his or her career. For pilots who want to be trained full time for the airlines, but also who want to be competitive on the job market, we have created the Integrated ATPL(A) course. During the Integrated ATPL(A), you will become a Commercial Pilot in 14 months of intensive preparation, from no flight experience to holding an EASA Multi-Engine Instrument Rating Commercial Pilot License with ATPL frozen, including Multi Crew Cooperation and Jet Orientation Course. The Integrated ATPL course is divided in 5 phases of training: Phase 1 - Developing basic flight skills Phase 2 - Initiation to complex flying Phase 3 - Introduction to Commercial flying Phase 4 - Advanced flight skills Phase 5 - Multi Crew Cooperation & Jet Orientation Course At the end of the program, the trainee will have flown: 205 hours out of which 109.5 hours Dual (with FI), 116 hours under IFR, 20 hours SPIC, 50 hours on the simulator, 50 hours solo cross-country. The ground preparation consists of 750 hours of theory delivered by our professional lecturers. Advantages of Flying Academy’s Integrated ATPL(A) program: From no experienced to licensed Commercial Pilot with frozen ATPL(A), MCC and JOC (B737NG or A320) in 14 months. Intensive program with 750 hours of theoretical preparation. Highly experienced lectures. Training on EFIS aircraft (Cessna 172SP Garmin 1000) MCC & JOC included (Boeing 737 FFS or Airbus A320 FFS) Airline screening preparation included at the end of the course (Aviation HR, Aviation Psychologists & Technical interview prep) No additional or hidden costs! Why you should chose Flying Academy as your training center: 12 years of experience in training Airline Pilots Flight Instructors with cumulated flight experience of over 130.000 flight hours Airline-like environment - training with SOPs from the introductory flight (Standard Operating Procedures) Training on International Airport with CTR Usage of own developed training EFB (Electronic Flight Bag) Great focus on gaining international flight experience Perfect safety record Located in Central Europe with low cost connections to Western Europe (less than 2 hours to London) South of Europe (less than 1 hour and a half to Rome) and South East Europe (less than 2 hours to Istanbul) Rigorous tracking of trainee's progress Student Advisers throughout the training Theoretical courses held by Airline & Military Pilots, airplane engineers, meteorologists and aviation doctors Access to an up-to-date EASA ATPL(A) questions database system Pay in installments policy Multi-cultural environment Dedicated Customer Support team. Entry requirements Minimum age of 18 years First class medical certificate No required previous flight experience/licences Sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics ATO written and oral assessment Privileges At the end of the course, each pilot will have 205 flight hours, out of which 109.5 hours Dual (with FI), 116 hours under IFR, 20 hours SPIC, 50 hours on the simulator, 50 hours solo cross-country and 750 hours of theoretical preparation; MCC and JOC course completion certificates. The privileges of the holder of an ATPL(A) are to act as pilot-in-command (Captain) or co-pilot (First Officer) in airplanes engaged in commercial air transportation. All inclusive package Flying Academy is offering in the Integrated ATPL(A) an all inclusive training package, highly competitive in the European Union. The course fee includes all phases needed for being able to comply with the EASA CPL(A) issuance requirements [all flight training with FI, airplane rental, CAA exam fees, ICAO English exam, IR English course and exam, simulator time, landing and communication fees, uniform, free iPad, pilot's gear kit], but moreover, to be highly competitive in an Airline screening, the JOC is included and it’s done on a B737NG FFS or A320 FFS. At the end of the course all trainees will have an Airline screening assessment and preparation - at no extra fee. [-]

EASA From 0 to 1.500 hours flight training with employment opportunity.

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Online & Campus Combined Full time Part time 16 months Open Enrollment Czech Republic Prague Brno + 2 more

From Zero to 1.500 hours course is designed for future pilots with no current flight experience, who will start the training from PPL(A) to CPL(A) and add the IR(A), MEP and Flight Instructor ratings and additionally 1300 hours of experience within 2 years of working as a Flight Instructor (Pilot in Command time) at Flying Academy, reaching 1500 hours total time, that is not only a crucial milestone for all airlines, but also a turning point for each pilot’s personal flight experience. [+]

This program is addressed EXCLUSIVELY to US work permit holders. If you do not have a US work permit, please check our extensive course offer for international students. From Zero to 1.500 hours course is designed for future pilots with no current flight experience,who will start the training from PPL(A) to CPL(A) and add the IR(A), MEP and Flight Instructor ratings and additionally 1300 hours of experience within 2 years of working as a Flight Instructor (Pilot in Command time) at Flying Academy, reaching 1500 hours total time, that is not only a crucial milestone for all airlines, but also a turning point for each pilot’s personal flight experience. Course entry requirements Minimum age of 18 years First class medical certificate Ownership of work permission for EU and/or USA No flight experience Sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics English language knowledge - ATO oral and written test Good communication skills and ability to teach others European Union citizen or working permit for EU Conflict-free person, with positive attitude for work Training results corresponding to the future employment License privileges & Flight Instructor in Flying Academy Take advantage and go for a unique offer in Europe - start your training for a professional pilot and get your first employment straight upon completion of your training! From Zero to 1.500 hours course offers you the best opportunity to start your professional pilot career with 1500 flight hours in your logbook: 200 hours during the zero to Commercial Pilot training program (100 hours as Pilot in Command and 100 hours as Dual received) 1.300 hours during the first 2 years of working as a Flight Instructor in Flying Academy (Pilot in Command time) Please note that a Flight Instructor position in Flying Academy is not guaranteed and is 100% dependent on the trainee's performance during the training period but also about how he/she will develop teaching skills. Periodic assessment on the pilot's performance is done during the entire training period, making sure that all necessary steps and actions have been performed for the trainee to be able to become a Flight Instructor for Flying Academy. Duration The minimum time needed for completion of Zero to 1.500 hours training program is about 16 months after which additional 24 months of contract from the moment of obtaining the Flight Instructor license. Learning objectives Ground Training – during the Zero to 1.500 hours, the trainee will complete theoretical courses for PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A), ATPL theory & FI(A). Flight training – the flight training will start with the PPL(A) and Night Rating, continues with IR(A), MEP(A), CPL(A) and finally FI(A). Ground Training The applicant has to go through ground training covering: Air law and ATC procedures Airframes & systems, electrics, power-plant, emergency equipment Instrumentation Mass and balance Performance Flight planning & monitoring Human performance & limitations Meteorology General navigation Radio navigation Operational procedures Principles of flight Communications For the FI rating, the trainee will undergo dedicated preparation to meet the standards of quality of Flying Academy for Certified Flight Instructors. Flight Training At the end of the training + 2 years of employment, the trainee will have a minimum of 1500 total flight hours (including PPL(A) time): 1.400 hours as Pilot in Command 100 hours of Dual hours (training received) Examination - Theoretical For PPL(A) - The applicant has to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge at the CAA office in the form of written tests. Tests consist of nine subjects (Meteorology, Navigation, Communications, Aircraft General Knowledge, Principles of flight, Air Law, Flight performance and planning, Human Performance and limitations, Operational procedures). For ATPL(A) - An applicant must demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges of the holder of ATPL(A) in accordance with EASA requirements of Part-FCL. Examination – Practical The practical skill exams in the airplane with the examiner can be taken after successful completion of the written tests. For the 0-1500 hours there are 6 practical examinations: PPL(A), IR(A), MEP(A) & MEP(A) IR, CPL(A) and FI(A). The applicant must demonstrate the ability to: Operate the airplane within its limitations Complete all maneuvers as smooth and as accurate as requested by EASA/FAA Exercise good judgment and airmanship Apply aeronautical knowledge Maintain control of the airplane at all times. Training fees are covering the following items and services: All training manuals Access to the Learning Management System and EASA question bank Instructor time for ground school & practical training Plane rental, including fuel *All training fees are bound to the actual exchange rates of the local currency of the Flying Academy base where the training or a part of the training is provided. [-]

MCC - Multi-crew Co-operation Course (Aeroplane)

Pilot training center/ Pilotų Mokykla
Campus Full time September 2017 Lithuania Vilnius

Multi Crew Co-Operation course is essential to fly as an airline crew member in Multi Pilot Aircraft (MPA). MCC course is required (or is significant advantage) to be completed by most airlines before an interview. [+]

Course Studies in Aerospace in Europe 2017. Multi Crew Co-Operation course (MCC) with FNPT II simulator (equipped with aircraft models B200 Super King Air, ATR-42) DESCRIPTION Multi Crew Co-Operation course is essential to fly as an airline crew member in Multi Pilot Aircraft (MPA). MCC course is required (or is significant advantage) to be completed by most airlines before an interview. The aim of the course is to become proficient in multi-crew co-operation (MCC) in order to operate safely multi-pilot multi-engine airplanes under IFR. The objectives of MCC training are optimum decision making, communication, division of tasks, use of checklists, mutual supervision, teamwork, and support throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions. The training emphasizes the development of non-technical skills applicable to working in a multi-crew environment. THEORY TOPICS Leadership / "followership" and authority; Personality, attitude and motivation; Effective and clear communication during flight; Crew co-ordination procedures; Use of checklists; Mutual supervision, information and support; Call-out procedures; Operation of aircraft systems; Crewmember roles and responsibilities during normal operations; Crewmember roles and responsibilities during abnormal operations. REQUIREMENTS At least 100 hours as pilot-in-command; Valid multi-engine IFR and ATPL (JAR-FCL 1.285). [-]

Course - Space Studies

International Space University
Campus Full time 9 weeks September 2017 France Strasbourg

The Space Studies Program (SSP) is an intense nine-week course for postgraduate students and professionals of all disciplines. [+]

ISU Space Studies Program

Overview

The Space Studies Program (SSP) is an intense nine-week course for postgraduate students and professionals of all disciplines. The curriculum covers the principal space related fields, both non-technical and technical and ranges from policy and law, business and management and humanities to life sciences, engineering, physical sciences and space applications. The shared experience of an international, interactive working environment is an ideal networking forum leading to the creation of an extensive, international, multidisciplinary professional network.

Each year the SSP convenes in a different location around the world. Moving to a new city and country adds an exciting dynamic as well as new resources and expertise to the program. The SSP curriculum includes:... [-]


Executive Space Course

International Space University
Campus Full time September 2017 France Strasbourg

The Executive Space Course, taught in English, provides an overview of space and of space-related subjects for professionals of diverse backgrounds, including marketing, finance, law, and contracts management. [+]

Executive Space Course

The Executive Space Course, taught in English, provides an overview of space and of space-related subjects for professionals of diverse backgrounds, including marketing, finance, law, and contracts management. Providing them with a better understanding of space technology and business, professionals leave with the knowledge and skills that will enable them to communicate more effectively with their technical colleagues. The course also provides its participants with exposure to a unique interdisciplinary, international and intercultural learning environment.

Faculty

The ISU faculty constitutes an international group of space experts joined by visiting lecturers from industry, space, academic and research organizations. The Faculty is specialized in integrating the technical and non-technical aspects of the space field, into clear, complete interdisciplinary programs for students with a range of professional and educational backgrounds.... [-]


Course - Space Policy

International Space University
Campus Full time 12 days September 2017 France Strasbourg

It will emphasize the interaction between economy, law and policy, three factors which are inherently linked in space activities. [+]

Space Policy Program

Space Odyssey Institute

Program Highlights

The theme of the Space Odyssey Institute (SOI) 2013 is Space Policy. It will emphasize the interaction between economy, law and policy, three factors which are inherently linked in space activities. Lectures will cover fields such as international law, space treaties and UN activities in space, international policy, liability law, natinonal space policies, regulations and outlook, political economy, communication policy, technology transfer policies, space and security and many more.

Concept

The Space Odyssey Institute is based on the premise that leadership requires constant renewal. Vision of the future, understanding of current opportunities, and of the rich diversity of talent available to an increasingly international space sector requires leaders to explore new directions and interact with their peers. Unfortunately the burdens of responsibility often work to isolate leadership, rather than to renew it. The Space Odyssey Institute focuses on a different issue of emerging importance each year, and provides professional renewal for its participants while increasing the space sector's understanding of important new trends.... [-]


Life Support for Space Systems

Siberian State Aerospace University SibSAU
Campus Full time 2 weeks July 2017 Russia Krasnoyarsk

Siberian State Aerospace University offers a unique programme for foreign and Russian students in the sphere of creating and operating space vehicles. [+]

Life Support for Space Systems

 

Siberian State Aerospace University offers a unique programme for foreign and Russian students in the sphere of creating and operating space vehicles. It allows students to study the principles of creating and operating closed space systems and to get acquainted with the heart of Siberia, Krasnoyarsky Kray, and to observe its beauty.Period: 29 July – 11 August, 2012

 

ContentThe programme is oriented upon students and PG students with a basic level in Physics and Computer Science.

Academic fields:

    variety of space vehicles;     equipment for automation systems of space vehicles;     fundamentals of scientific work;     fundamentals of space flights;     fundamentals of power flows circulation in closed space systems;     theory of automatic control in space systems;     fundamentals of artificial neural networks;     AI system of space vehicles;     fundamentals of image processing;     unusual life support systems. ... [-]