Courses


A. PRIVATE PILOT COURSE

This course provides students the basic understanding of general aviation. Programs and training modules are presented as a course to generally meet the expectations of licensed Private Pilot. Special class and curriculum is designed to finish the course in 2 months time with the following brief description:


  • 45 flying hours for Private Pilot License achievement course.

The course provides basic foundation on private pilot level license with ground schooling of 85 hours. During the 85 hours of ground session, the following subjects should be achieved:


  1. Air Law
  2. Aircraft General Knowledge
  3. Flight Performance & Planning
  4. Human Performance
  5. Meteorology
  6. Navigation
  7. Operational Procedures
  8. Principles of Flight
  9. Communication



B. COMMERCIAL PILOT COURSE

From Private Pilot to Commercial

The course provides the next level of schooling which is the commercial level. Extensive training is made with minimum 85 hours of ground schooling and subjective flying hours necessary to get the commercial license. The course would give a more detailed Commercial Pilot knowledge pertaining to aircraft performance, instruments, rules of the air, navigation, captured by below subjects:

  1. Advance Air Law
  2. Advance Aircraft General knowledge
  3. Advance Flight Performance and Planning
  4. Advance Human Performance
  5. Advance Meteorology
  6. Advance Navigation
  7. Advance Operational Procedures
  8. Advance Principles of Flight
  9. Advance Radiotelephony



C. FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR COURSE

From Commercial to Flight Instructor

The course provide the knowledge to be an effective flight instructor. The student is educated the principles of being an instructor.

  • DISCOVERING LEARNING THEORIES
  • EXPLORING LEARNING STYLES AND DOMAINS
  • EXCHANGING IDEAS
  • INTRODUCING THE TEACHING PROCESS
  • FOCUSING ON TEACHING METHODS
  • DESIGNING EFFECTIVE LESSONS
  • EVALUATING PERFORMANCE
  • UNDERSTANDING HUMAN BEHAVIOR
  • MAKING DECISIONS
  • TRANSITIONING TO THE RIGHT SEAT
  • TEACHING FLIGHT SAFETY
  • DEVELOPING A PROFESSIONAL IMAGE
  • REGULATIONS AND RELATED PUBLICATIONS
  • EXERCISING INSTRUCTOR PRIVILEGES
  • PRESENTING PRIVATE KNOWLEDGE
  • BUILDING FLIGHT SKILLS
  • IMPARTING COMMERCIAL KNOWLEDGE
  • ENHANCING FLIGHT SKILLS
  • PROVIDING SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTION
  • PREPARING FUTURE FLIGHT INSTRUCTORS
  • FUNDAMENTALS OF INSTRUCTION
  • FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR ORAL QUESTIONS



D. INSTRUMENT RATING COURSE




E. MULTI-ENGINE RATING COURSE




F. FAA – FAR 61 PROGRAM