Aim of the Course

The aim of the course is to train Qualified Military Pilots to obtain a GCAA CPL (H) license.

Syllabus of the Course

  • Theoretical Knowledge : 300 hours "Optional"
  • Flying Training : 15 hours
  • Duration of the Course : 21 weeks

Structure of the Course

The syllabus of the QMP (H) Course covers the following subjects:

  • Air Law
  • Aircraft General Knowledge incl. Instrumentation
  • Mass & Balance
  • Aircraft Performance
  • Flight Planning
  • Human Performance
  • Meteorology
  • Navigation
  • Radio Navigation
  • Operational Procedures
  • Principles of Flight
  • Communications

Entry Requirements

  • Meet the GCAA Class One medical standard
  • Proficiency in English is expected - ICAO Level 3 before
  • commencing the course and ICAO Level 4 at license issue
  • A QMP who has been on active or non-active flying within the past 12 months
  • GCAA Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • Have successfully completed a course in military/police ground and flying training and been awarded wings by the Armed Forces
  • Possess a minimum of 500 total flying hours, of which the flying experience recorded during military/police flying training must fulfill the following: 100 flying hours must be pilot in command hours; 20 flying hours must be cross-country under instruction; 10 flying hours must be instrument under instruction or for Instrument rating, 40 flying hours of instrument under instruction; 5 flying hours at night
  • A military/police pilot will only be eligible for an ATPL if he has more than 500 flight hours on multi-crew transport aircraft
  • A military pilot shall be required to meet the aeronautical experience requirements of the license for which they are applying. The experience shall meet the specific hours required by category (e.g. instrument, night, cross country etc.)
Program taught in:
  • English

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