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You can usually take higher education courses if you’re 18 or older. They’re regularly taught in universities, colleges and professional institutions such as art schools or agricultural colleges - nearly all of which have their own websites. You can get a wide range of skills, for example, diplomas, bachelor degrees, foundation degrees and post-graduate degrees.

Les cours peuvent varier de beaucoup en longueur. Certains cours à plein temps dure quelques semaines et d'autres quelques années. Certains cours à temps partiel peuvent même durer plus longtemps.

Education in the United States is mainly provided by the public sector, with control and funding coming from three levels: state, local, and federal, in that order. The common requirements to study at a higher education level in United States will include your admissions essay (also known as the statement of purpose or personal statement), transcript of records, recommendation/reference letters, language tests

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FAA FLIGHT TRAINING FOR CPL - COMMERCIAL PILOT LICENSE

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time 2 months September 2017 USA South Miami Heights

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

Course Studies 2017 in South Miami Heights USA. 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. [-]

AVIATION ENGLISH

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time September 2017 USA South Miami Heights

ICAO ENGLISH AND IFR ENGLISH [+]

ICAO ENGLISH AND IFR ENGLISH Flying Academy is providing: ICAO English examination ICAO Refresh course IR Aviation English course ICAO English Currently each pilot that is flying internationally must have a minimum level 4 of ICAO English. The exam must be done in an authorized organization. Next ICAO English examination is on: 08.06.16 Prague 25.06.16 Brno 13.07.16 Prague 23.07.16 Brno 10.08.16 Prague 20.08.16 Brno *Individual examination dates can be arranged upon a request. Validity of ICAO language proficiency The recurrence of which one must undertake the ICAO English proficiency is given by the level achieved: Level 4 – every 3 years Level 5 – every 6 years Level 6 - unlimited ICAO language proficiency check The proficiency check consists of 3 parts: Conversation and description [from aviation industry] Listening to aviation communication – pilot must be able to answer the examiner’s questions Reading and translation of article from manual, aviation regulation or aviation publication Duration of check is approx. 30 min. The evaluation is done on the spot. Fee for ICAO language proficiency check: 106 EUR Fee for ICAO Refresh course 93 EUR In order to improve your Aviation English skills and reach a better results during the examination Flying Academy is organizing a refresh course in the morning prior to the exam. *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. IR Aviation English course Prior to the practical examination (Skill Test) for the Instrument Rating IR(A) you have to pass a theoretical examination in IR Aviation English (according to the FCL.055 Language proficiency). Objective of the course: The goal is to improve the Aviation phraseology skills and gain necessary vocabulary for conducting the communication during the IFR flights. They will develop practical habits for using standard phraseology and the ability to understand broadcasts in cockpit environment. Learning outcomes and competences: Obtaining the level of knowledge required to pass the English exam for IFR pilots at the CAA. Prerequisites: The basic knowledge of English – speaking and grammar. Course outline Grammar General English and communication Abbreviations, phraseology Devices and navigation Meteorology Descriptions (planning) Flight traffic control, manuals Final exam Fee: 380 EUR [-]

EASA 0-ATPL WITH US EXPERIENCE

Flying Academy, International Flight Training Center
Campus Full time 63 weeks September 2017 USA South Miami Heights

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 2017 in South Miami Heights USA. 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 USA South Miami Heights

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. [-]