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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.

Many of the subjects included in aviation deal with designing and manufacturing airplanes, but there are also areas which focus on air traffic and the environmental impact of planes and other aircraft. General aviation can also be separated into civic and military aviation.

Distance learning is a method of delivering education to students who are not physically present on campus. Various studies have shown that distance learning programmes can be as efficient and effective as conventional classroom programmes sometimes even better!

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Private Pilot License (P.P.L.)

Cretan Eagle Aviation
Campus or Online Full time 45 - 100 hours September 2017 Greece Crete

Included are 45 hours minimum of flight training. You also need to pass 9 written exams, and a flight skill test at the end of the course. It can be completed in 3 months minimum provided that you pass the theory exams at first try, but it can also be done at your own pace. [+]

Best Distance learning Course Studies in Aviation 2017. The P.P.L. course is designed to teach you how to pilot a Single Engine piston (SEP) airplane during the day using visual navigation (VFR). Included are 45 hours minimum of flight training. You also need to pass 9 written exams, and a flight skill test at the end of the course. It can be completed in 3 months minimum provided that you pass the theory exams at first try, but it can also be done at your own pace. Knowledge of the English language is required. English language classes can be arranged at an additional cost prior or during the course depending on each Student's needs. The PPL Training Course includes: • 45 flight hours • 100+ hours Ground School (80 hours minimum) • Trevor Thom P.P.L. Books and Training Materials (logbook, charts and ruler) • Aircraft Manual • Airport fees Entry Requirements • Be at least 16 years of age • Sufficient knowledge of the English Language • Class 2 EASA Medical Certificate The Ground School The P.P.L. Ground School course includes 9 subjects: • Air Law • Aircraft General Knowledge • Flight Performance & Planning • Human Performance & Limitations • Meteorology • Navigation • Operational Procedures • Principles of Flight • Communications The duration of the Ground School course is 100 hours minimum and can be done at any time during the year or concurrent with the flight lessons. There is no extra charge for any additional hours of... [-]

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 [-]