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Pilot Training

A course is the study of a particular topic within a wider subject area and is the foundation of a qualification. A typical course includes lectures, assessments and tutorials.

Pilot training is a challenging, yet incredibly rewarding process of becoming a successful pilot. The aviation industry continues to grow rapidly, meaning there is a large demand for pilots with this extensive training. Those who have completed pilot training and have acquired a license will have a variety of jobs to choose from.

Canadians place great importance on learning, and have developed a first-rate education system with high standards. Not only does Canada provide a safe, clean environment, but it has been consistently ranked as one of the world’s best places to live in terms of quality of life by the UN.

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Commercial Licence Pilot Course

St.Thomas Flight Centre
Campus Full time September 2017 Canada Saint Thomas

Whether you want to fly recreationally or become a Commercial Pilot, the St. Thomas Flight Centre is big enough to serve you and small enough to care! [+]

Best Courses in Pilot Training in Canada 2016/2017. Obtaining a pilot licence consists of two parts: In-flight training helps you learn and understand the performance of your aircraft. Initial flight training is conducted dual, with an Instructor, until you have achieved a level of competency that allows you to practice solo. The length of time it takes you to reach this stage will depend on your ability and frequency of training. Ground school classes prepare you for the written exam. Classes are recommended for all potential pilots. The course material simplifies the theory of flight and explains topics as diverse as aircraft structure, engine operations, and how to interpret meteorological conditions. Other integral parts of the program include interpreting Canadian air law and developing navigational skills. Second Career training is specially designed to help laid-off Ontarians participate in long-term training for a new job and may be available to pilots who hold a Private Pilot Licence. Whether you want to fly recreationally or become a Commercial Pilot, the St. Thomas Flight Centre is big enough to serve you and small enough to care! Commercial Pilot Licence Age Must be 18 years for the issue of the Licence Medical Fitness Applicant must hold a Category 1 medical Experience Applicant must hold a Private Pilot Licence An applicant shall have completed a minimum of 200 hours flight time in aeroplanes, of which a minimum of 100 hours shall be pilot-in-command time including 20 hours cross-country pilot-in-command flight time Applicant shall have completed 65 hours of commercial pilot flight training with a minimum of: (A) 35 hours dual instruction flight time including (i) 5 hours cross country (ii) 5 hours night, including a minimum of 2 hours of cross-country flight time (iii) 20 hours of instrument flight time (B) 30 hours solo flight time including (i) 25 hours solo flight time emphasizing the improvement of general flying skills of the applicant which shall include a cross-country flight to a point of a minimum of 300 nautical mile radius from the point of departure and shall include a minimum of 3 landings at points other than that of departure (ii) 5 hours solo flight time by night. Knowledge Applicant must obtain not less than 60% on Transport Canada exam (CPAER) Applicant shall have completed 40 hours of ground school and 100 hours flight time prior to writing exam Skill Applicant must pass a flight test with a pilot examiner Applicant must have completed 150 hours of flight training prior to admission to flight test Privileges The holder of a Commercial Pilot Licence may (a) exercise the privileges of a Private Pilot Licence (b) exercise the privileges of a VFR OTT rating (c) while engaged in providing a commercial air service act as pilot-in-command Rates Instructor $65 /hour Cessna 152 $128 /hour [-]

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. [+]

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) [-]

Commercial Pilot License

Calgary Flight Training Centre
Campus Full time Part time September 2017 Canada Calgary

The Calgary Flight Training Centre is committed to excellence in training tomorrow's commercial aviators. [+]

Best Courses in Pilot Training in Canada 2016/2017. The Calgary Flight Training Centre is committed to excellence in training tomorrow's commercial aviators. Description The commercial pilot license is divided into a ground school and a flight component. The ground school is comprised of 80 hours training and is designed to prepare you to write your written exam. To be licensed as a commercial pilot you will need a total of 200 hours flight time. While completing commercial training you will obtain a night rating as well as multi-engine instrument rating. Some hours will be done with and instructor but many will also be time-building hours while you build valuable experience. Alberta residents are also eligible for student loans. Prerequisites Hold a valid private pilot license Must be 18 years of age to be licensed however training can begin at an earlier age Category 1 Medical Course Requirements (Based on minimum Transport Canada requirements) Minimum 200 hours total flight time of which 100 hours shall be "pilot-in-command" (PIC), 20 hours shall be cross country, and 25 hours shall be instrument time (This includes all previously acquired hours) 45 hours dual instruction including: 5 hours night including 2 hours night cross country 5 hours cross country 20 hours instrument 30 hours solo including: 25 hours improving general flying skills 5 hours night 10 hours ground school Passing grade on Transport Canada written exam and flight test Length of Course The commercial pilot course can take anywhere between 6-12 months to complete depending on whether the student is full-time or part-time Privileges and Limitations The holder of a Commercial Pilot License may operate any Canadian registered single engine non-high performance aircraft for hire in VFR conditions Fly VFR "over-the-top" Fly at night [-]