Course in Aviation English in British Columbia in Canada

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Aviation English

Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

An aviation English program provides students with the industry-specific vocabulary that they need to begin a career in the industry. Students may leave the program with a special set of language structures that are expected in future job prospects.

Canada is a North American country consisting of ten provinces and three territories. Located in the northern part of the continent, it extends from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean.

British Columbia is home to hundreds of higher learning institutions where students from Canada and all over the world can join to attain either diploma or degree certificates. Private career colleges and institutes are also being used to offer higher education services to the citizens in the region nowadays.

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Commercial Pilot License

AAA Aviation Flight Academy
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Langley

If becoming a professional pilot is your dream, you're at the right place – AAA Aviation Flight Academy, is an approved Transport Canada school. We offer a unique combination of professional training with better prices. Our flight school offers an ideal location for year-round, "learn to fly" weather and flight training. [+]

Course Studies in Aviation English in British Columbia in Canada. Why learn flying from AAA Aviation Academy? We offer training which is recognized throughout Canada and internationally as second to none. We have many established contacts within the aviation industry. We have exceptionally professional staff. You will be able to see for yourself their commitment and absolute love for their jobs in everything they do. Whether your career goals are in private, commercial or industry sector of aviation, we can potentially offer a growth path that can be the catalyst for a long term aviation career. Unlike other areas in Canada, Chilliwack, British Columbia is an area where a student can achieve their goal of becoming a pilot within a very short period of time; partly due to the fact weather is rarely a factor, unlike some other parts in Canada. Prerequisites: Be at least 18 years of age at the completion of course; Be the holder of a category 1 medical certificate after a medical examination by Canadian Aviation Medical Examiner. Must POSSESS a Canadian Private Pilot License Aeroplane or any contracting state. Theoretical Knowledge: Have undertaken a minimum of 80 hours of Commercial Pilot Aeroplane Ground School instruction on the following subjects (Ref: CARs 421.30) 1. AIR LAW Canadian Aviation Regulations Licensing Requirements 2. NAVIGATION Navigation Radio and Electronic Theory 3. METEOROLOGY - Meteorology 4. AERONAUTICS AND GENERAL KNOWLEDGE Airframe, Engines and Systems Aerodynamics and Theory of Flight Flight Instruments Flight Operations Human Factors and Pilot Decision-Making Upon completion of the above ground school, obtain a minimum of 60% pass mark in each of the four mandatory subjects areas and 60% overall on a written Transport Canada Examination (CPAER). This exam consists of 100 questions, multiple choice and can be written in either English or French. Practical Knowledge: 1. To hold a Commercial Pilot License, the candidate must have acquired a minimum of 200 hours flight time in aeroplanes, of which a minimum of 100 hours must be Pilot in Command (PIC) including 20 hours PIC cross country flight time. 2. A minimum of 65 hours of Commercial Pilot Flight Training in aeroplanes consisting of a minimum of (Ref: CARs 421.30) • 35 hours of dual instruction including: 5 hours night, of which 2 hours must be cross country 5 hours cross country, which can include the above night cross country 20 hours of instrument flight training of which a maximum of 10 hours can be accomplished in an approved flight training simulator 30 hours of solo flight time including o Minimum 300 NM cross-country Commercial Pilot Flight Test: Upon reaching the required skill level, the candidate will complete a Commercial Pilot Flight Test with a Transport Canada Designated Flight Test Examiner to standards outlined in the Flight Test Standard Guide (TP2655E) [-]