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Integrated ATPL Certificate Program

Seneca College 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.

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 Seneca Certificate 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.

Professional pilot training...

The integrated program is the choice for those who want an immediate professional pilot career. This is a complete course to an Airline Transport Pilot 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.

Program Outline

Seneca College Certificate - IATPL

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)

Enrolment Restrictions

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

Modular Program

Learning for a career, fun, or adding new skills...

The modular program is geared to those simply looking to learn to fly. Be it for an immediate professional pilot career, fun, or adding ratings such as instructing.

Private Pilot Licence

Canadian Aviation Regulation 421.22

Enrolment Prerequisites
Minimum age of 14 years old
17 years old to hold licence
Have a valid Category 3 Medical
Course Outline
Minimum 45 hours of flight time
15 Solo hours
30 Dual hours
15 hrs of Flight Briefings
40 hours of Ground School
PPAER written exam | 60%+ to pass
Pass the Practical Flight Test

Commercial Pilot Licence

Canadian Aviation Regulation 421.30

Enrolment Prerequisites
Minimum age of 17 years old
Have a valid Private Pilot Licence
Have a valid Category 1 Medical
Course Outline
Minimum 200 hours of flight time
30 Solo hours
35 Dual hours
15 hrs of Flight Briefings
80 hours of Ground School
CPAER written exam | 60%+ to pass
Pass the Practical Flight Test

Ratings

Which one to add next...

Instructor Rating

Canadian Aviation Regulation 421.69

Enrolment Prerequisites
Have a valid Commercial Pilot Licence
Have a valid Category 1 Medical
Course Outline
Minimum 30 hours of flight time
With a Class 1 Instructor
30 Dual hours
10 hrs of Flight Briefings
25 hours of Ground School
With a Class 1 Instructor
AIRAF written exam | 70%+ to pass
Pass the Practical Flight Test

Who is this for?

Have you completed your commercial pilot license and find it tough to get more hours? Or simply looking for new skills and challenges. Getting your instructor rating will help you add hours to your log book for future endeavours, while gaining new insight into flight by teaching others.
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Night Rating

Canadian Aviation Regulation 421.42

Enrolment Prerequisites
Have a valid Private Pilot Licence
Have a valid Category 3 Medical
With no restrictions for colour vision
Course Outline
15 hours of flight time
5 Solo hours at night
30 Dual hours
Half is instrument time
5 hrs of Flight Briefings
10 Solo take-offs & landings

Multi-Engine Rating

Canadian Aviation Regulation 421.38

Enrolment Prerequisites
Minimum 10 hours of flight time to rent
Have a valid Private Pilot Licence
Have a valid Category 3 Medical
Course Outline
10 hours of flight time
Dual Seminole time
5 hrs of Flight Briefings
Pass the Practical Flight Test

Single-Engine Instrument Rating

Canadian Aviation Regulation 421.46

Enrolment Prerequisites
Have a valid Private Pilot Licence
Have a valid Category 3 Medical
Course Outline
90 hours of flight time
50 hours of cross-country time
As Pilot-In-Command
40 hours of total instrument time
Maximum 20 hours in the simulator
10 hrs of Flight Briefings
6 hours of Ground School
INRAT written exam | 70%+ to pass
Pass the Practical Flight Test

Multi-Engine Instrument Rating

Canadian Aviation Regulation 421.46

Enrolment Prerequisites
Have a valid Private Pilot Licence
Have a valid Category 3 Medical
Course Outline
90 hours of flight time
50 hours of cross-country time
As Pilot-In-Command
40 hours of total instrument time
Maximum 20 hours in the simulator
10 Dual Archer hours
10 Dual Seminole hours
10 hrs of Flight Briefings
6 hours of Ground School
INRAT written exam | 70%+ to pass
Pass the Practical Flight Test

Ground School

Looking to learn the fundamentals of flight...

399.00 – Private Pilot

Weekly classes...

250.00 – Books & Supplies

599.00 - Commercial Pilot

Minimum 10 persons to run class...

Instructor

Contact us for enrolment...


Who is this for?

Ground school is good for those looking to learn something new. Or those with a genuine career need for the knowledge. Contact us to signup or more details. Check out the Students portal for current schedules.
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Drones/RPAS

Pilot certification, commercial training, and services...

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