Instrumental Fight Training (IFR)

Brief Program Description

This course is designed for an Over 12 weeks program at VAC to prepare you as an Instrument Rated pilot. The instrument rating will allow the pilot to learn to fly an aircraft in flight conditions that require watching your instruments. This qualification is required to work in an airline as a pilot.

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Fly any Canadian Registered airplane anywhere in the world. No limit to the number of passengers. Add ratings to fly at night, in cloud, multi engine, advanced airplanes.

Admission Requirements

Hold valid PPL / CPL , Intermediate  English Level , Aviation Medical Exam class 3 or 1 , Criminal Check, Mature behavior.

Learning Objectives

An applicant shall have knowledge about following subjects:

Canadian Aviation Regulations; Instrument Flight Rules and Procedures; Meteorology, Instruments; Radio and Radar Systems; and Navigationan applicant shall successfully complete a minimum of 70% on the written examination Instrument Rating (INRAT) and flight test as pilot-in-command of an aeroplane in accordance with CARs “Flight Test for the Issuance of a Instrument Rated – Aeroplane” of Standard 428 – Conduct of Flight Tests.

Method(s) of Evaluation

Students’ progress in the program is measured by their successful completion of the courses listed in the program outlines; a minimum of 90% of the all course marks as well as each assessment component of the courses is required to successfully complete the program.

Completion Requirements

Flight Training: 50 hours of cross-country flight as a captain40 hours instrument, of which not more than 20 hours of ground instrument.

Ground Training: There are no minimum ground school requirements for this rating; however there are courses available to aid you in preparation for the written examination.

A minimum of 90% mark for each of the program’s courses as  indicated in “Students Assessment Methods” as well as a minimum          of 100% in attendance as indicated in “Attendance Expectations”

Evaluation Factors                                                               Values

Examinations:                                                                        5%

Final Examination                                                                  90%

Regular Assignment                                                              5%Instrument Rating issuance  is subjected to obtain minimum 70% score in TC written Exam and passing successfully the Flight Test.

Program Duration

This program duration is 12 weeks

Homework Hours

Average homework hours; 25 hours per week, these include students’ required work on chapter quizzes, case studies and projects .

Delivery Method(s)

The program is delivered: In-class / In-Airplane / Online instruction

Required course materials

Ground Up, Instrument procedure, Plotter, Flight Computer (E6B or CX2), Pilot Training Record (PTR), Logbook, and Vancouver VNC/VTA Charts, and Pilot Operating Handbook

Code

Name

Weeks

Hours

IR 01

CPL GROUND SCHOOL

4

30

IR 02

CBT

4

70

IR 03

20 Hours Actual Instrument Flying

2

20

IR 04

20 Hrs Instrument flying on FTD

2

20

Costs

Tuition Fee ( International / Domestic student ) : 2800 CAD

Application Fee : 250 CAD

Administration Fee : 150 CAD

Materials Fee : 400 CAD

Textbooks Fee: 400 CAD

Other fee : Aircraft Rental

 

Start Date

We have continuos intake, so you can start your program at any time of the year.

Email

Admission@vancouveraviationcollege.ca

Program Brochure

Mostafa

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CEO and Accountable Executive

Mahsa

Mahsa

Administrative Officer

Alistair Beaton

Alistair Beaton

Chief Flight Instructor (CFI)

ANTHONY KOKAI-KUUN

ANTHONY KOKAI-KUUN

Seminar Instructor

Bruce

Bruce

Public Relation Manager

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Business Development Manager

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school hours

M-F: 8am – 5:00 pm

Address

120 – 18799 Airport Way Pitt Meadows, BC , Canada V3Y 2B4

Phone

Call us On +1-604-7102259

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