– Students will learn how to correctly search and interpret the Canadian Aviation Regulations (CARs), and how it applies to flight operations.
– Students will understand how human factors affect flight safety and apply good pilot decision-making skills on the ground and in-flight.
– Students will understand the effects of weather and atmosphere on aircraft operations.
– Students should be able interpret NavCanada weather products and identify the hazards of operating in adverse weather conditions such as icing, turbulence and thunderstorms
– Students will understand the theory and methodology of VFR Flight Planning.
– Students will effectively utilize aeronautical maps and charts and apply their knowledge to plan their own VFR flight routes, navigation logs and ICAO flight plans
– Students will be able to explain aircraft components and systems, and how to prevent and compensate for in-flight failures and emergencies
– Students will understand the function and use of flight instruments, including Radio Navigation Aids, GPS and autopilot
– Students will understand the theory of flight exercises and how aerodynamics apply to aircraft performance
– Students will be able to explain and apply legal and practical requirements for flight, as well as understand the effects of various environmental conditions on flight performance.
– Students will understand and apply the mathematical skills and techniques for the safe operation of aircraft in all phases of flight
– Students will understand the properties of the physical forces that affect aircraft in all phases of flight.
– Students will complete the Transport Canada ground and flight requirements and obtain a Night Rating
– Students will learn about advanced illusions and Human Factors applicable to flights at night
– This course focuses on the navigational aspects of aircraft operations.
– Students will complete Transport Canada cross-country flight training requirements required to hold a Commercial Pilot’s license
– Students will learn the applicable Canadian Aviation Regulations which apply to Commercial Aviation Operations
– Students will complete Transport Canada cross-country flight training requirements required to hold an Instrument Rating
– Students will apply Radio Navigation and GNSS/GPS cross country flying techniques.
– Students will analyze past aviation incidents and accidents, determining the impact and underlying root causes of human and pilot decision making errors
– Students will evaluate various flight scenarios and identify risks and safety hazards that may affect safe operations using practical scenarios.
– Students will understand the principles of multi-engine aerodynamics, minimum controllable airspeed, and systems commonly found on multi-engine aircraft
– Students will learn the Transport Canada Regulations and Standards pertinent to flying multi engine aircraft in instrument conditions
– Students will learn aircraft systems for a specific advanced multi engine aircraft.
– Students will complete simulator training towards the completion of a multi-engine and instrument rating in accordance with Transport Canada requirements
– Students will learn standard operating procedures and cockpit callouts in a two-crew environment.
– Students will learn crew resource management techniques and safety management systems.
– Students will work together in pairs to successfully complete IFR flight training in a two-crew simulator.
– Students will apply crew resource management techniques and safety management systems.
– Students will complete the Transport Canada Multi Engine (Integrated) skill requirements and obtain a Multi-Engine Rating
– Students will complete the Transport Canada Instrument Rating (Integrated) skill requirements and obtain an Instrument Rating.