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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.

Education in the United Kingdom is a devolved matter with each of the countries of the United Kingdom having separate systems under different governments: the UK Government is responsible for England, and the Scottish Government, the Welsh Government and the Northern Ireland Executive are responsible for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, respectively.

England is the largest of the four "home nations" that make up the United Kingdom. It is also the most populous of the four with almost 52 million inhabitants (roughly 84% of the total population of the UK).

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

Airways Aviation
Campus Part time January 2016 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. [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in England in United Kingdom. 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 2016 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. [+]

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. [-]

Combined MCC/JOC Course - Oxford

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy
Campus Full time 40 hours August 2017 United Kingdom Oxford

At CAE Oxford Aviation Academy we believe that combining the MCC and JOC into one 40 hour course achieves a better training gradient. [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in England in United Kingdom. Combined MCC/JOC Course - Oxford At CAE Oxford Aviation Academy we believe that combining the MCC and JOC into one 40 hour course achieves a better training gradient. Our combined MCC / JOC course offers the full MCC and JOC course content but on a more evenly paced course, where elements of the MCC are introduced throughout the full 40 hours. The MCC/JOC is offered as a combined package at a discounted price – but still giving the student 40 hours of jet training in either the B737-400 or CRJ-200. This course meets EASA requirements. Course Dates: We have courses starting every week, please contact fto-oxford.enquiries@cae.com for availability. Pre-Course Entry Requirements In order to undertake the course, you must hold a valid and current EASA Commercial Pilot's Licence with Instrument Rating and Multi-Engine experience (MEIR and/or MEP) or the Skills Test pass certificates if awaiting licence issue. Training Method Classroom lectures and a choice of FNPTII Simulator; B737-400 or CRJ200. Overview 4 days of classroom lessons - (2 days CRM, 2 days Technical) 40 hours (10 sessions) of practical simulator training. *We regret we cannot take bookings any later than 7 days before course commencement. [-]

Waypoint Pilot Program - Oxford

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy
Campus or Online Full time August 2017 United Kingdom Oxford

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy's Waypoint Pilot Program introduces greater structure and integrity to the professional training modules of commercial pilot training. [+]

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy's Waypoint Pilot Program introduces greater structure and integrity to the professional training modules of commercial pilot training. The course itself combines the Multi-Engine Commercial Pilot's Licence (ME CPL), the Instrument Rating (IR) and the Multi-Crew Co-Operation (MCC) all in one package. An additional module - a Jet Orientation Course (JOC) is available as an optional extra. Course Overview: The Waypoint Pilot Program is completed in two stages the first at our fair weather base in Phoenix Arizona and the second in Oxford. Across the two stages you will complete: - ME CPL - ME CPL Skill Test - Instrument Rating - Multi Crew Co-operation - Jet Orientation Course (Optional) Enrolment Requirements: - Completion of the ATPL Theoretical Knowledge course of training (either Full-Time Classroom or Distance Learning course) and passing the 14 EASA examinations to a minimum competency standard set by CAE Oxford Aviation Academy in the Waypoint Entry Requirements - These can be done at CAE Oxford Aviation Academy - Achieve the minimum of 169 hours of total flight time, which must include 100 hours Pilot In Command (PIC) required to enrol upon our course of professional pilot training (MECPL). These 169 hours of total experience do not necessarily need to be achieved through CAE Oxford Aviation Academy. - Enrol upon and complete the professional flight training steps of the Waypoint Pilot Program [-]

Integrated ATPL APP First Officer Course - Oxford, UK

CAE Oxford Aviation Academy
Campus Full time 16 months Open Enrollment United Kingdom Oxford

Our Integrated ATPL APP First Officer Course takes students with little or no previous flying experience to a 'frozen ATPL' in approximately 16 months, from where they are then eligible to work as a First Officer with an airline once specific aircraft type training has been completed. [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in England in United Kingdom. Our Integrated ATPL APP First Officer Course takes students with little or no previous flying experience to a 'frozen ATPL' in approximately 16 months, from where they are then eligible to work as a First Officer with an airline once specific aircraft type training has been completed. The complete course comprises professional pilot training leading to the issue of a European Commercial Pilot's Licence with a Multi-Engine Instrument Rating and MCC certificate combined with a Degree in Air Transport Management. Key Characteristics: - Minimisation of training risk with financial security - High quality, focussed Integrated 'Ab-initio' pilot training - Conversion into multi-pilot operations - Maximisation of employment opportunity - SkillsPlus Development Course Outline - Stage 1 - ATPL Ground Training - Stage 2 - Foundation Flight Training - Stage 3 - First Officer Fundamentals - Stage 4 - Advanced Flight Training - Stage 5 - Multi Pilot Training: MCC, JOC & Upset Recovery Application Requirements: CAE Oxford Aviation Academy accepts applications for the Integrated ATPL Programme, APP First Officer, from those who meet the following criteria: - Aged over 17 and a half years of age to attend Skills Assessment and aged over 18 to start training. - Completed secondary education achieving at least five UK GCSEs at grade C or higher which must include English language, Mathematics and a Physics or Double Science subject (or non-UK equivalent). - Proficient in the English language - Capable of holding a Class 1 Pilot Medical. - Previous flying experience is not required. All applicants who meet the minimum entry criteria will be invited to attend our one-day Skills Assessment process. You must successfully complete our Skills Assessment to enrol on our Integrated ATPL APP First Officer Course. CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Skills Assessment ensures we identify those individuals most likely to succeed in airline pilot training and then into a professional flying career [-]

Instrument Rating Course

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time 55 hours August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

Pilots need Instrument Rating in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). [+]

Pilots need Instrument Rating in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). Pre-Entry Requirements: Before commencing the course applicants for an IR shall: Hold at least a PPL (A) The privileges to fly at night in accordance with FCL.810 i; or An ATPL in another category of aircraft; or A CPL (A). Have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as PIC in Aeroplanes, helicopters or airships of which at least 10 hours shall be in Aeroplanes. Have completed the EASA, IR or ATPL theoretical knowledge exams. The instrument rating flight test must be passed within 36 months of passing the final written exam. Hold a valid medical. If training for a multi-engine Instrument Rating hold a valid multi engine piston class rating or have completed the training for the MEP class rating. All applicants must hold a valid FRTOL. Course Structure: Considering most candidates will be completing the IR course on the MEP aeroplane, The standard IR (A) Training course is a 55 hour course, 40 Hours on FNPT II, 15 Hours on MEP aircraft. If the candidate either holds a CPL (A) or Basic Instrument Flight Module (BIFM) certificate then the initial BIFM may be reduced by up to 10 hours as follows: A BIFM is not required if the candidate holds either a CPL, has completed the CPL course and passed the Skills Test, or already holds a BIFM course Completion Certificate. Any Student requiring Basic IF refresher training may use part of the Basic Instrument Flight Module as required, at the discretion of the Head of Training. Cost: £14604.72 inc. VAT. Additional costs: Skill test with an approved flight examiner: see CAA scheme of charges Solo hire of aeroplane for test: £462.24 [-]

Commerical Pilot's License

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time 4 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

The Commercial Pilot Licence is a must for anyone wanting to make flying their career. From commercial airlines to instructing, the CPL is another stepping stone for ambitious pilots wanting to work in the aviation industry. [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in England in United Kingdom. The Commercial Pilot Licence is a must for anyone wanting to make flying their career. From commercial airlines to instructing, the CPL is another stepping stone for ambitious pilots wanting to work in the aviation industry. Pre-Entry Requirements: Applicants must: Be at least 18 years of age. Be the holder of a PPL (A) with a night qualification Have completed 150 hours as pilot of aeroplanes, and if the skill test is to be completed in a multi-engined aircraft, have completed at least 70 hours as pilot-in-command of aeroplanes. Have passed the JAR or EASA, CPL or ATPL theoretical knowledge exams. (Licence application for the CPL must be made within 36 months of completing the written exams.) Hold a valid Class 1 medical. Demonstrate the use of English language as set out in appendix 1 to FCL.055 Before commencing the course candidates are required to complete the Modular course checklist. If the candidate is completing a 25-hour course using the MEP aircraft as the complex aircraft, he shall hold a valid multi-engine piston class rating or have completed the training for the MEP class rating. Course Structure: The standard CPL (A) Training course is a 28 hour course 20 hours on SEP aircraft (Phase 1), and 8 hours on MEP aircraft (Phase 2) If the candidate either holds an MEP rating or is conducting the test on a SEP ‘complex’ aircraft, then Phase 2 will be reduced to 5 hours 7 Hours theoretical ground training 1 Theoretical knowledge exam Typical full time length: 4 weeks Cost: £7954.32 inc. VAT. Additional costs: Skill test with an approved flight examiner: see CAA scheme of charges Solo hire of aeroplane for test: £462.24 [-]

Private Pilot's License

Advanced Flight Training
Campus Full time 4 - 6 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Leeds

The PPL is the entry level requirement to fly solo and is the starting point fo every pilot from the recreational flyer, to the commercial pilot. [+]

The PPL is the entry level requirement to fly solo and is the starting point fo every pilot from the recreational flyer, to the commercial pilot. Pre-Entry Requirements: Minimum of 17 years of age to apply for licence Course Structure: 45 hours in aeroplanes 25 hours of dual flight instruction 10 hours solo flight, including 5 hours of solo cross-country navigation 9 Theoretical knowledge exams 1 PPL Skill test Typical full time length: 4-6 weeks Cost: £9298.80 inc. VAT. Additional costs: Skill test with an approved flight examiner: £100 Solo hire of aeroplane for test: £182.64 [-]

Special Offer Modular Course Package

FTA: Flying Time Aviation
Campus Full time 3 - 8 weeks August 2017 United Kingdom Brighton

FTA currently have a special offer on our modular courses which enables students to complete the MEP, ME IR and ME CPL at a discounted combined price of £21,950, saving you around £4,000 compared with the standard hourly rates. The courses must be studied full-time, back-to-back and in the specified order stated. [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in England in United Kingdom. Special Offer Modular Course Package FTA currently have a special offer on our modular courses which enables students to complete the MEP, ME IR and ME CPL at a discounted combined price of £21,950, saving you around £4,000 compared with the standard hourly rates. The courses must be studied full-time, back-to-back and in the specified order stated. Modular courses at FTA allow students to take individual modular courses as and when they desire, as opposed to all at once. This still enables you to go from Zero to Frozen ATPL. Module Details: Multi Engine Piston Rating (MEP): Overview: this course will enable students to fly an aircraft with more than one engine, and must be completed before taking the ME IR course. We offer MEP Rating training on the Diamond DA42 and the Piper PA23 Aztec. Duration: 6 hours flight time and a minimum of 7 hours theoretical studies. Examination: a theory exam and a flight test. Pre-requisites: EASA PPL 70 hours PIC Multi Engine Instrument Rating (ME IR): Overview: this course will enable students to fly aircraft under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) in controlled airspace. It is taught in modern DA40 and DA42 aircraft, using complex systems including FMS, EFIS, GNSS and ADC, and provides the optimal preparation for the ME CPL course. Duration: 6-8 weeks, depending upon weather conditions and candidate skill level. Pre-requisites: EASA PPL or CPL with Night Rating MEP Rating or MEP course completion Current EASA class 1 medical certificate Course pass for theoretical instruction, as set out in the EASA-FCL To pass their Instrument Rating, students are required to have: 70 hours as pilot-in-command 50 hours PIC cross-country flight time A flight radiotelephony operator’s licence Multi Engine Commercial Pilot Licence (ME CPL) Overview: this course enables you to gain your Multi Engine Commercial Pilot Licence, training in our Garmin G1000-equipped Diamond DA40 and DA42 Twin Star aircrafts and a state-of-the-art CAA-certified FNPTII Diamond DA42 Twin Star simulator. Duration: 3-6 weeks, depending on weather conditions and candidate skill level. Pre-requisites: Valid ICAO PPL Current EASA class 1 medical certificate Minimum of 150 hours flight time Pass in all relevant ATPL/CPL theoretical exams, as set out in the EASA FCL Minimum age for licence issue: 18 years Night Rating requirements MEP Rating To pass their ME CPL, students are required to have: 20 hours of cross-country flight time 1 of the cross-country flight must have been at least 300nm, and included two full stop landings at two different aerodromes Other details Duration: MEP: 6 hours flight time and a minimum of 7 hours theoretical studies ME IR: 6-8 weeks, depending upon weather conditions and candidate skill level ME CPL: 3-6 weeks, depending on weather conditions and candidate skill level [-]

Economy Integrated Flight Deck Programme

FTA: Flying Time Aviation
Campus Full time 16 months December 2016 United Kingdom Brighton

The new and improved Economy Integrated Flight Deck Programme allows students to go from little or no flying experience to "Frozen ATPL" in approximately 16 months. We have identified savings without compromising quality, simply by moving three months of flight training to our satellite base in Teruel, Spain (near Valencia). [+]

Based at our training centre located at Brighton City Airport and our new satellite base in Teruel, Spain (near Valencia) our Economy Integrated Flight Deck Programme is a full time flight-training programme, which takes students from little or no flying experience to a “Frozen ATPL” in approximately 16 months. Once all theory and ground school is complete, students go to Teruel to carry out the first three flight phases in a Piper PA28 aircraft, before coming back to the UK to complete the advanced phases. This has allowed us to create a £10,000 reduction in price on the standard course. It is identical to the standard integrated course in all other cases. Upon successful competition of the course, students will be eligible to apply for a First Officer Role at any commercial airline. Once you have gained 1,500 hours flying experience your ATPL then becomes ‘unfrozen’, enabling you to apply for a Captain role at any commercial airline. Our Integrated Flight Deck Programme’s are our most popular courses, and are the preferred training route for most airlines. Modules The full time course is broken down into the following phases: Basic Theory (Brighton, UK) ATPL Theory (Brighton, UK) Flying Phases 1 & 2 (Teruel, Spain) Flying Phase 3 (Teruel, Spain) Flying Phase 4 & MCC (Brighton, UK) Entry requirements: Candidate entry requirements: At least 5 X GCSEs (to include Maths and English) or equivalent Preferably 2 x A levels or equivalent Minimum age: 17 years An EASA class 1 medical certificate (conducted at London Gatwick – for full information and bookings please visit: www.caa.co.uk) Pre-entry assessment: - While it is not a prerequisite for enrolment, we recommend that all applicants complete an assessment with an impartial body, such as the The Honourable Company of Air Pilots. For more information, please visit their website: www.airpilots.org International students: FTA holds a UK Border Agency Tier 4 sponsor licence (Highly Trusted Sponsor Status), which enables us to accept international students. Find out more about visas requirements for international students. For the Economy Integrated Flight Deck Programme, we are only able to take on EU citizens, due to visa restrictions in Spain. Students from outside the EU are still able to apply for our Standard Integrated Flight Deck Programme. Please note: If you require a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) number in order to apply for a Tier 4 student visa, there will be an administration charge of £2,500 inc vat. [-]

Standard Integrated Flight Deck Programme

FTA: Flying Time Aviation
Campus Full time 16 months December 2016 United Kingdom Brighton

Based at our training centre located at Brighton City Airport, our Integrated Flight Deck Programme is a full time flight-training programme, which takes students from little or no flying experience to a “Frozen ATPL” in approximately 16 months. [+]

Course Studies in Pilot Training in England in United Kingdom. Based at our training centre located at Brighton City Airport, our Integrated Flight Deck Programme is a full time flight-training programme, which takes students from little or no flying experience to a “Frozen ATPL” in approximately 16 months. Upon successful competition of the course, students will be eligible to apply for a First Officer Role at any commercial airline. Once you have gained 1,500 hours flying experience your ATPL then becomes ‘unfrozen’, enabling you to apply for a Captain role at any commercial airline. Our Integrated Flight Deck Programme’s are our most popular courses, and are the preferred training route for most airlines. Modules The full time course is broken down into the following phases: Basic Theory Flying Phases 1 & 2 Flying Phase 3 ATPL Theory Flying Phase 4 & MCC Entry requirements: Candidate entry requirements: At least 5 X GCSEs (to include Maths and English) or equivalent Preferably 2 x A levels or equivalent Minimum age: 17 years An EASA class 1 medical certificate (conducted at London Gatwick – for full information and bookings please visit: www.caa.co.uk) Pre-entry assessment: While it is not a prerequisite for enrolment, we recommend that all applicants complete an assessment with an impartial body, such as the The Honourable Company of Air Pilots. For more information, please visit their website: www.airpilots.org International students: FTA holds a UK Border Agency Tier 4 sponsor licence (Highly Trusted Sponsor Status), which enables us to accept international students. Find out more about visas requirements for international students. Please note: If you require a Confirmation of Acceptance of Studies (CAS) number in order to apply for a Tier 4 student visa, there will be an administration charge of £2,500 inc vat. [-]