Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL)

This syllabus describes the training requirements for ATPL theoretical knowledge for candidates who already have CPL/IR license.

The training specified in this syllabus meets both ICAO and ECAA aeronautical knowledge requirements for Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL).

Reference has been made to industry best practices and the EASA and JAA-FCL ATPL theoretical knowledge training.

Program Learning Outcomes

The expected outputs of this program are the acquisition and implementation of the following units of competence –

No. Course Category Duration (hours)
Theory Practical Total
1 Air Law 35 0 35
2 Aircraft General Knowledge Courses 49 0 49
3 Navigation 49 0 49
4 Meteorology 28 0 28
5 Principles of Flight 28 0 28
6 Flight Performance and Planning 42 0 42
7 Operational Procedures 14 0 14
8 Human Performance and Limitations 21 0 21
9 IFR Communications 14 0 14
Total Time 280 0 280

Duration of the Program

The Air Transport Pilot License theoretical Knowledge Courses comprise a total time of 280 class hours.

Qualification Level and Certification

Each student who successfully completes a course of instruction as outlined in this syllabus will be issued a diploma of graduation and transcript from the College for successful completion of the Flight Operation Officer Training, and is eligible to sit for ECAA ATPL Theoretical Knowledge Examination.

Entry Requirements

An applicant shall be the holder of CPL (A)/IR license Mode of Delivery

Mode of Delivery

This Program is characterized as a formal training Program in which training will be supported with lecture, discussion, simulation, hands on practice and workplace engagements. The practical on the job training should be given to give trainees enough exposure to the actual airline operation and get hands-on practice on live airline dispatch operations and satisfy the regulatory body requirement to sit for Flight Operations Officer license Examinations.

Trainee Assessment and Certification

Each trainee shall be assessed to ensure that the stated objectives are met. A trainee must score 70% for each course. A trainee who scored below 70% must take re-exam per the examination policy of the college.

Quality Control

The Quality Assurance Manager of National Aviation College will monitor the quality of this training program during implementation of the syllabus. Quality audit will be conducted as per the quality manual to assess proper realization of the objectives of syllabus.

 

This syllabus describes the training requirements for ATPL theoretical knowledge for candidates who already have CPL/IR license.

The training specified in this syllabus meets both ICAO and ECAA aeronautical knowledge requirements for Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL).

Reference has been made to industry best practices and the EASA and JAA-FCL ATPL theoretical knowledge training.

Program Learning Outcomes

The expected outputs of this program are the acquisition and implementation of the following units of competence –

No. Course Category Duration (hours)
Theory Practical Total
1 Air Law 35 0 35
2 Aircraft General Knowledge Courses 49 0 49
3 Navigation 49 0 49
4 Meteorology 28 0 28
5 Principles of Flight 28 0 28
6 Flight Performance and Planning 42 0 42
7 Operational Procedures 14 0 14
8 Human Performance and Limitations 21 0 21
9 IFR Communications 14 0 14
Total Time 280 0 280

Duration of the Program

The Air Transport Pilot License theoretical Knowledge Courses comprise a total time of 280 class hours.

Qualification Level and Certification

Each student who successfully completes a course of instruction as outlined in this syllabus will be issued a diploma of graduation and transcript from the College for successful completion of the Flight Operation Officer Training, and is eligible to sit for ECAA ATPL Theoretical Knowledge Examination.

Entry Requirements

An applicant shall be the holder of CPL (A)/IR license Mode of Delivery

Mode of Delivery

This Program is characterized as a formal training Program in which training will be supported with lecture, discussion, simulation, hands on practice and workplace engagements. The practical on the job training should be given to give trainees enough exposure to the actual airline operation and get hands-on practice on live airline dispatch operations and satisfy the regulatory body requirement to sit for Flight Operations Officer license Examinations.

Trainee Assessment and Certification

Each trainee shall be assessed to ensure that the stated objectives are met. A trainee must score 70% for each course. A trainee who scored below 70% must take re-exam per the examination policy of the college.

Quality Control

The Quality Assurance Manager of National Aviation College will monitor the quality of this training program during implementation of the syllabus. Quality audit will be conducted as per the quality manual to assess proper realization of the objectives of syllabus.