This course includes terminology from aviation theory, aviation radio communication, aviation publications, navigation and meteorology, etc., concentrating on building students’ aviation vocabulary structure. The student will learn terminology and common prefixes, suffixes that related to aviation, having an insight into the world of aviation and an understanding of its terminology, extending the their aviation communication vocabulary.
This course, terminology(CON-1), includes 4 levels:
Level1: CON-1-1 Aviation basic words
Level2: CON-1-2 Aviation theory words
Level3: CON-1-3 Aviation advanced words
Level4: CON-1-4 Acronym
Upon completion of this course the successful student will be able to read aviation textbooks, training manuals, aviation publications, aviation weather reports, etc.. Students will be able to conduct preview and review on their own for other courses without too many terminology problems.
The course concentrates on detailed listening of English 469 sentences, short aviation videos, and live ATC. The class will start from the beginner’s level by simple communication and listening materials and then progressively move to advanced level, listening to LIVEATC, which are real time listening materials with various tones and pace. The listening materials cover not only local air traffic communication, but also across the country and international air traffic communication.
This course, LIVEATC(CON-2), includes 5 levels:
Level1: CON-2-1 Common radio communication (CRC469)
Level2: CON-2-2 LIVEATC-1
Level3: CON-2-3 LIVEATC-2
Level4: CON-2-4 LIVEATC-3
Level5: CON-2-5 LIVEATC-4
Upon completion of this course the successful student will be able to get the most important information from the air traffic controller. they know what should they do in the air when the air traffic controllers give them the clearance or instrutions. they can speak their intention correctly and clearly.
The course concentrates on detailed listening of ATIS and Weather briefing recorders. The class will start from the beginner’s level by simple communication and listening materials and then progressively move to advanced level, listening to ATIS, which are recorded by students with various tones and pace. The listening materials cover not only local ATIS and weather, but also across the country and international air traffic communication.
This course, Weather briefing (CON-3), includes 4 levels:
Level1: CON-3-1 ATIS-1
Level2: CON-3-2 Weather briefing-1
Level3: CON-3-3 Weather briefing-2
Level4: CON-3-4 Weather briefing-3
Upon completion of this course the successful student will be able to get the most important weather conditions at departure airport, enroute areas and destination airport from the FSS. They can do standard weather briefing alone through cellphone.
Aviation safety course prepares students to make wise and informed decisions and actions in the interest of aviation safety. This course will explore factors affecting safety, including human factors, airport environment, collision hazards, weather, and mechanical issues, assisting students in developing an awareness of how to assess the level of safety in an aviation organization including regulatory and system wide design considerations. The course will give the students lots of scenarios about emergency. The class will start from the beginner’s level and then progressively move to advanced level by video materials.The video materials cover the important air traffic incidents and accidents across the country and international. The teacher will help the students to analysis the reason and help them figure out the precaution. The video materials cover not only general aircraft, but also big aircraft. It helps the students to be a safety pilot.
This course, Aviation safety (CON-4), includes 3 levels:
Level1: CON-4-1 Aviation safety foundation
Level2: CON-4-2 Aviation precaution and procesure
Level3: CON-4-3 Aviation safety
Upon completion of this course the successful student will be able to aware the important factors that cause aircraft incidence or accident. They can deal with the different scenarios with right aviation safty procedure.
This course includes air laws, general knowleage, meteorology and navigation, exposing students to basic aviation knowledge. Students will be able to acquire this knowledge in a immersion study mode in airport, easily having access to airport environment, airplanes, maintenance garage, etc.. This course will provide a solid foundation for their future aviation study and flight training.
Aviation Law section provides students with the history, framework, and fundamentals of aviation regulations and guidance information. Students receive an introduction into all major aspects of aviation law.
Meteorology section provides students with fundamentals of aviation weather and weather services as a foundation to make appropriate and safe preflight planning and in-flight decisions.
General knowlege section provides the student with an analysis of the physical laws and aerodynamic principles, which govern the flight, and the performances of an airplane, as well as its stability, controllability and maneuverability.
Navigation section provides students with fundamentals of navigation, helps students to make appropriate and safe flight plan and course correction in flight.
This course, Aviation theory (COM-1), includes 4 parts:
Part 1: COM-1-1 Aviation theory-air law
Part 2: COM-1-2 Aviation theory-general knowledge
Part 3: COM-1-3 Aviation theory-meteorology
Part 4: COM-1-4 Aviation theory-navigation
Upon completion of this course the successful student will be able to
understand basic aerodynamic theories, aviation meteorology, and aircraft systems. Students will know the basic air law and navigation knowledge.
The course concentrates on preparing students for PSTAR, RADIO Exam, ALPT, Private Pilot Written Exam and oral exam for Private Pilot Flight Exam. This course will introduce students the different requirements, rules and exam method for each exam. It’s more advanced course to get students being fully ready in not only aviation knowledge but also in skills.
The course will start from term 2, after students have enough aviation communication and knowledge accumulation, with PSTAR, which will focus on the sample exams from TC, teaching students new vocabularies, complex sentence structures in the questions, explain each answer why it is right or wrong, and introduce students with the related knowledge.
In term 3, this course will focus on helping students to get ready for their RADIO exam by using the guideline.
ALPT will be the teaching target for term 4. The instructor will include most daily flight scenarios in the class, using role play to let students involved and practice for the ALPT.
PPL written exam preparation will be in term 5. TC’s sample exam and other sample questions will be detailed explained. The instructor will teach students new words, analyze complex sentence, explain each answers, and extend to related knowledge.
In the last term, term 6, students will be taught to get ready for their oral exam in their private pilot flight exam.
This course, Aviation exam preparation (COM-2), includes 6 Levels:
Level1: COM-2-1 Picture book
Level2: COM-2-2 PSTAR preparation
Level3: COM-2-3 ROC-A preparation
Level4: COM-2-4 Aviation language proficiency (ALPT) preparation
Level5: COM-2-5 TC written exam preparation
Level6: COM-2-6 TC flight test oral part preparation
Upon complete the course, students will be ready to do their PSTART, RADIO exam, and Private Pilot Written Exam. They will be able to read questions without vocabulary and grammar problems and can choose the right answers based on the firm aviation knowledge. After the intense scenario practice, students will also be ready for their oral exams for ALPT and Fight Test.
The course concentrates on developing students aviation navigation and flight planning ability, by teaching students how to read VTA, CFS , POH, and how to fill flight plan sheet, and how to use modern aviation navigation apps. It’s a very useful and practical course for students’ future flying in Canada.
The course starts from the second year, term 4, which will be focus on teaching students basic navigation knowledge such as reading VTA, using CFS, and understanding Flight Plan Sheet. In term 5, students will concentrate on how to fill the flight plan sheet. The instructor will use various scenario in terms of departure and destination airports, and weather conditions, to demonstrate how to do the calculation and then let student practice. In the last term term 6, Foreflight, Fltplan, Garmin, these most popular apps will be introduced to students as their future flight assistants.
This course, Navigation (COM-3), includes 3 Levels:
Level1: COM-3-1 Navigation charts and POH
Level2: COM-3-2 Flight plan Calculation
Level3: COM-3-3 Aviation APPS and Website
Upon completion of this course the successful student will be able to conduct flight planning on their own. They will have the ability to get needed information from VTA, CFS, and aviation weather websites to complete their flight planning as well as all the needed calculation. The students will also know how to use the general functions of Foreflight, Fltplan, Garmin as a reference source and back up for their future flights.
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