ATP INTEGRATED TRAINING
SEPTEMBER OFFER – €44,995
BECOME AN AIRLINE PILOT IN JUST 12 MONTHS!
AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT (ATP) – The aim of the EASA approved integrated (ATP) First Officer/Co-Pilot training program is to train pilots with no, or little flying experience, to the standard required in order to operate as an airline transport pilot on a commercial aircraft operating public transport (passengers or cargo).
Upon course completion the licenced pilot will hold an EASA Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), with multi-engine (MEP) and instrument ratings (IR), will be trained in multi-crew operations (MCC), and will be able to operate as a co-pilot in multi-crew commercial air transport. Additionally the licenced pilot will meet the theoretical knowledge requirements for the issue of an Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL).
The course consists of 800 hours of theoretical ground school, and 205 flying training hours, and can be completed in 12 months. Courses are run throughout the year.
- Be able to speak and understand the English language to ICAO Level 4
- Hold a current EASA Class 1 Medical Certificate
- Be at least 18 years old
- Knowledge of mathematics and physics (an internal evaluation is required)
- Knowledge of the English language (an internal evaluation is required)
ATP COURSE TRAINING SPECIFICS
- Basic and advanced flight training
- Airline navigation training
- Upset prevention & recovery
- Multi-crew operations
- People management and CRM
- Non-technical skills development
- Decision making & failure management
- Threat & error management
- Situation awareness training
- Airline IT & airline orientation training
- Standardisation training
- Complacency awareness development
Next available Integrated ATP course start dates: Every two months