Airline Transport Pilot Licence
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Integrated ATPL Certificate Program
Joint Integrated ATPL program...
Canadian Flight Academy is pleased to announce a partnership with Seneca College School of Aviation. This partnership brings together a combined 90+ years of aviation training knowledge and expirience.
Students, of this full-time program, will graduate from the Transport Canada approved Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Licence course with a Seneca College Certificate in Aviation.
This joint program is scheduled to start January 2020. All of the training and ground school classes will take place at the Oshawa Executive Airport in Ontario, Canada. Students who successfully complete the first three phases of the training program with Canadian Flight Academy will attend two semesters of courses provided by Seneca College from which they can earn the college certificate.
Seneca College Instruction
Flight Instrument and Avionic Fundamentals
Meteorology for Pilots
Aircraft Systems Essentials
Flight Operations Essentials
Ethical and Human Factors in Flight
Communicating in a Professional Setting
Seneca College Instruction
Air Carrier Procedures
Air Carrier Administration
Advanced Aircraft Systems
Advanced Flight Operations
Flight Safety Management Systems
Technical Report Writing
Professional pilot training...
The integrated program is the choice for those who want an immediate professional pilot career. This is a complete course to obtain a frozen Airline Transport Pilot Licence. Once the required flight experience levels are obtained graduates may apply to Transport Canada for the full ATPL licence.
The aim of the integrated is to train pilots to the proficiency level necessary for the issuance of a commercial pilot licence, multi-engine class rating, and Group 1 instrument rating. Additionally, it will prepare pilots to operate as single pilot in commercial air services, or as co-pilot on multi-crew, multi-engine aircraft in commercial air transportation services depending on the exit point of the program.
The program differs from modular programs by providing a continuous training aimed at achieving the final standards for which the trainee is enrolled. This allows for the early introduction of advanced Standard Operating Procedures (SOP), Crew Resource Management (CRM), Multi-Crew Co-operation training (MCC) and Scenario Based Training (SBT) designed to achieve the final standard.
Integrated Airline Transport Pilot Licence
Phase 1 - Procedures Training
Phase 2 - Flying Fundamentals
Phase 3 - Private Pilot Licence
Phase 4 - VFR Navigation & Night Training
Phase 5 - Instrument Flight Training - Group 3
Phase 6 - Commercial Flight Training - CPL(A)
Phase 7 - VFR Multi-Engine Training
Phase 8 - Commercial Flight Operations Training - CPL(A)/IR
Phase 9 - Multi-Crew Co-operation Training - ATP(A)
A few notes before you enrol.
Minimum age of 17 years
Secondary school diploma or equivalent
Have a valid Category 1 Medical
Pass an English language proficiency test