Too busy to spend time abroad for a full time course? Or do you want to save money and prepare for examinations in the most convenient way possible?
If you answered yes to some or all of the above, then distance learning is an option for you to get educational materials and knowledge to be able to deal with 14 of ATPL exams.
To access the course you must have an ICAO PPL, which means you can use a PPL issued by almost all countries. You must also be at least 18 years of age.
Structure of the course
To qualify and be admitted to EASA exams you must complete the Theoretical Program, which includes:
700 hours of classroom lessons over the course of 24 weeks
Pass 2 tests evaluated in each subject
Pass a final exam in every subject.
Attend a Brush Up course
In general, completing the distance training course requires 4 to 6 months per module if you study at least 3 hours a day 5 times a week.
The subjects were divided into 3 modules, listed below:
General aircraft knowledge
Loading and centering
Principles of flight
VFR / IFR communications
Requirements for admission exam
Once the module 1 studying away (from home) you will join us for a week Brush up (wheeled out of the studied concepts), followed by the first series of tests EASA.
The brush up is a mandatory requirement unless the requirements of PAC 804 Part D are met.
If you meet mandatory frequency requirements, you do not have to complete the brush up and access the exams directly. However, in the vast majority of cases, it is recommended to complete the course and review to ensure the success of your first exam session.
What you get with this course:
Bristol for paper and iPad manuals
Manual Jeppesen EASA ATPL Student Pilot
fully updated online EASA feedback questions with detailed explanation
In student forums, Skype VOIP support, e-mail support.
Contact us for a customized quote based on your individual training needs and payment options.