Commercial Pilot with Applied Human Factors Aviation Diploma

Overview

  • An enhanced level of pilot decision-making and situational awareness relevant to entry level pilots into the aviation industry and instruction of trainee pilots.
  • The successful traits and skills required to pass the usual advanced pilot selection processes in aviation today, which are often based on a psychological examination or assessment procedure.
  • Methodological analysis, problem solving and evaluation, which are useful in dealing with abnormal and emergency scenarios that may be encountered in the aviation industry.
  • Obtain a Transport Canada Commercial Pilot licence, endorsed with an enhanced knowledge of human factors and mountain flying abilities.

Admission Requirements

  • Secondary (High) school graduation certificate or equivalent diploma.
  • English language proficiency assessment or ICAO level 4 English equivalent.
  • Transport Canada Category 1 medical.

Equipment and Facilities

  • Cessna 172 Aircraft.
  • Cessna 152 Aircraft.
  • Cessna 150 Aircraft.
  • Precision Flight Controls Flight Training Device (FTD) Simulator.

Couse Materials

  • Company Uniform;
  • Nav Canada VFR phraseology guide;
  • From the ground up textbook and workbook;
  • Human Factors for Aviation- Basic Handbook;

Course Outline

Course Name
Course Hours
Pre-Private Training Pilot Simulation in a Flight Training Device (FTD)
19.50
Private Pilot Ground and Flight Training
161.00
Human Factors Introduction
30.00
Pre-Commercial Training Pilot Simulation in a Flight Training Device (FTD)
19.50
Commercial Pilot Ground and Flight Training
315.00
Human Factors for Commercial Pilots
40.00
Mountain Flying Ground School
10.00
Multi Engine Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Ground School
50.00
Pilot Decision Making and Aviation Research Projects
20.00
Human Factors for Professional Pilots and Instructors
35.00