International student

International Student Flight Training

Canadian Aviation College is a leader in international flight training with recognition from Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and approved by Canadian Government. Below mentioned is the step by step procedure for application of pilot training :

  • Student fills out the Letter Of Acceptance request form for Canadian Aviation College, Canada. Then emails the application form, financial statements and other documents to Harmony Aviation. We will be responsible to send all the documents to the college.

  • Student is required to remit the flight training fees to Canada Aviation College directly. However, application processing fees which includes registration, visa fees and counselling charges is to be paid to Harmony Aviation as it will be responsible to complete all the formalities on behalf of student.

  • Canadian Aviation College,Canada applies for an Letter Of Acceptance on student’s behalf and mails the Letter Of Acceptance to the student.

  • Student applies to the local Embassy for their visa interview. The student can arrange for the interview while the LOA is in transit, but the visa interview date must be at least ten days after the date the LOA was applied for to allow adequate time for the LOA to arrive.

  • Harmony Aviation will make the payment on behalf of the Student will pay $ XXX on-line for the I-20 OR LOA with Other Fees too, Step by step instructions are provided on the web site. The student will receive an LOA form.

  • Student then attends the visa interview at the local Canadian Consulate Or Embassy, making sure to arrive with all required documentation where the student will receive the passport with visa if the interview is passed.

Application Checklist :

LOA Letter of Acceptance.

Each student will be responsible for paying the fees for the following services prior to beginning of training, However please note that some of these charges may vary from time to time. You are required to check the website for the latest information.

Medical Exam

Prior to starting training each student will be required to obtain a US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airman Medical Certificate. Although a medical certificate can be obtained in the US, it is strongly recommended that each student obtain their First Class US FAA Airman Medical Certificate prior to traveling to the US to ensure that they are medically fit to begin training upon arrival. Designated FAA Medical Examiners that are authorized to issue US FAA Airman Medical Certificates are located in many countries outside of the United States.

Health and Accident Insurance

Prior to beginning flight training each student must provide proof of health and accident insurance that will cover the student during their entire stay in the US. International Student Insurance specializes in providing insurance to students studying abroad.

Recreational Pilot Permit

Recreational Pilot Permit (RPP) is an apt program for student who wish to pursue flying as their hobby or build their experience. The course is designed in accordance with the requisites of Transport Canada & is restricted by terms like flying in Canadian airspace only, 1 passenger, flying in daylight & VFR conditions only.

The course will equip students with basic theory & skills required to operate an aircraft in a safe way with maximum of one passenger onboard.

Course Duration: up to 6 Months

Training Methodology:

  • One-on-one Instructor-Student in the aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD),

  • Classroom setting for Ground School

Delivery Method:

  • Aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD)

  • Classroom setting for Ground School

Evaluation Method:

  • Students will need to complete a Pre-Solo Test of Air Regulations (PSTAR) and a flight evaluation using the Transport Canada 4-point marking scale prior to being recommended for a Recreational Pilot Permit flight test.

Prerequisites:

  • CAC application and successful interview

  • Minimum age of 16 years

  • Category IV medical

  • Operational or expert aviation English language proficiency demonstration

What students will accomplish upon completion of course?

  • ​Basic level of General knowledge, Canadian air law, Meteorology, and Navigation.

  • Skills required to pass the Transport Canada RPP Flight Test

  • Ability to competently operate a single engine, non-high-performance aircraft alone with NO passengers.

Career Pilot Program (Diploma Program)

Career Pilot Program is a comprehensive training program that equips you with required knowledge & skills to qualify for commercial pilot license, a multi-engine rating, an instrument rating, and an instructor rating.


Flight Training includes:

  • · Commercial Pilot License (CPL)

  • · Multi-Engine Rating

  • · Group 1 (MIFR) Instrument Rating

Course Duration: 60 Weeks / 220 Flight Hours

Training Methodology:

  • Classroom based Ground School

  • Aircraft sessions

  • Briefing Room discussions

  • Flight Training Device (FTD) practice

Evaluation Method:

  • In-house quizzes

  • Transport Canada written exams and Flight tests.

Minimum passing grade is 70% for all quizzes and tests

Prerequisites:

  • Hold a Canadian Private Pilot License (PPL)

  • Category 1 Medical

  • Minimum Age of 17 Years

  • Successfully pass an interview with CAC

What students will accomplish upon completion of course?

  • The ability to plan and execute VFR, Multi-engine, Instrument flights - day or night safely and effectively.

  • The knowledge and ability to pass company and Transport Canada written exams and flight tests.

  • The knowledge and ability to use good judgement and decision making

Employment / Career

Graduates will have all the licenses and ratings required to begin their career as a pilot with many commercial operations, including airlines

Private Pilot License

Private Pilot License (PPL) Program is designed for entry level pilots & covers flight & ground training on knowledge & skills required to obtain PPL.

PPL program will equip students with fundamentals of aviation theory & skills to privately operate a single engine aircraft & typically endorse the license with VFR-OTT rating or night rating. The course is designed in accordance with the PPL requirements of the Transport Canada.

Course Duration: up to 6 Months

Training Methodology:

  • One-on-one Instructor-Student in the aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD)

  • Group classroom setting for Ground School

Prerequisites:

  • CAC application and successful interview

  • Minimum Age of 16 years (17 at time of PPL licensing)

  • Category 3 medical

  • Operational, or expert aviation English language proficiency demonstration

What students will accomplish upon completion of course?

  • Working knowledge of General aviation, Canadian air law, Meteorology, and Navigation.

  • The flying skills required to pass the TC PPL flight test

  • The ability to competently operate a single engine, non-high-performance aircraft certified for a minimum flight crew of 1.

Commercial Pilot License

Commercial Pilot License (CPL) is a comprehensive program that is designed for PPL holders & trains them to the standards of Transport Canada CPL.

Students are equipped with the advanced theory & flying, navigation & planning skills that enable them to operate commercial aircraft for financial compensation or rewards. CPL holders typically endorse the license with multi-engine & instrument ratings.


Course Duration: 12-14 Months Approx.

Training Methodology:

  • One-on-one Instructor-Student in the aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD)

  • Group classroom setting for Ground School

Prerequisites:

  • CAC application and Successful interview

  • Canadian PPL License

  • Category 1 Medical

  • Operational or expert aviation English language proficiency demonstration

What students with accomplish upon completion of course?

  • CPL level of ground school in General knowledge, Canadian air law, Meteorology, and Navigation.

  • Flying skills required to pass the TC CPL Flight Test

  • Ability to professionally operate an aircraft certified for a minimum flight crew of 1.

Night Rating

The Night Rating (NR) Program is designed for licensed pilots & trains them to obtain Transport Canada Night Rating Endorsement, which is a legal requirement to fly at night. NR is a part of CPL program but is suitable for PPL holders who do not intend to become commercial pilots.

Course Duration: up to 2 Months

Training Methodology:

  • One-on-one Instructor-Student in the aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD)

Prerequisites:

  • Canadian PPL License

What students will accomplish upon completion of course?

  • The knowledge required to plan and execute flights at night

  • The environmental and physiological factors associated with flying at night

  • The skills to operate an aircraft at night, including effective instrument flying skills and landing in low vision / night conditions with and without a landing light.

Multi-engine Rating

Multi-engine Rating (ME) Program is designed for licensed pilots & trains them to qualify for the Transport Canada, Multi-Rating endorsement, required for flying an aircraft with more than one engine.

The program is apt for PPL & CPL holders who desire to experience larger, faster & more complex aircraft.

Course Duration: 2 Months

Training Methodology:

  • One-on-one Instructor-Student in the aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD)

Prerequisites:

  • CAC application and successful interview

  • Valid Canadian Pilot license

What students will accomplish upon completion of course?

  • Ability to prepare, plan and execute a VFR Multi-Engine flight

  • Knowledge to pass company and TC flight tests

  • Ability to apply relevant ground knowledge in the safe execution of a VFR Multi-Engine flight

  • Skills to safely fly a multi-engine aircraft while in VMC conditions·

  • Ability to manage normal and emergency procedures in a multi-engine aircraft

  • Knowledge and awareness of the dangers of flying a multi-engine aircraft, specifically VMC and single-engine operations

Instrument Rating

The Instrument Rating (IR) Program is designed for licensed pilots & trains them to obtain Transport Canada Group 1 (multi-engine) or Group 3 (single engine) Instrument Rating endorsement.

The program is apt for PPL & CPL holders who desire to fly under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC)

Course Duration: 2 Months

Training Methodology:

  • One-on-one Instructor-Student in the aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD)

Prerequisites:

  • CAC application and successful interview

  • Valid Canadian Pilot license

What students will accomplish upon completion of course?

  • Ability to prepare, plan and execute a VFR multi-engine flight

  • Knowledge to pass company and TC flight tests

  • Ability to apply relevant ground knowledge in the safe execution of a VFR multi-engine flight

  • Skills to safely fly a multi-engine aircraft while in VMC conditions

  • Ability to manage emergency procedures and normal procedures in a multi-engine aircraft

  • Knowledge and awareness of the dangers of flying a multi-engine aircraft, specifically VMC and single-engine operations

Instructor Rating

The Instrument Rating (IR) Program is designed for CPL holders & trains them to obtain Transport Canada Class 4 Flight Instructor Rating, which permits them to teach others how to fly.

Candidates who obtain their instructor rating at our college will fly from the right seat while training with one of the industry's best class 1 instructors.

Course Duration: 4 Months

Training Methodology:

  • Classroom

  • Guided discussion

  • One-on-one Instructor-Student in the aircraft

  • Briefing Room

  • Flight Training Device (FTD)

Prerequisites:

  • Commercial Pilot License

  • Category 1 medical

  • Application form & fee,

  • Pre-Entry Interview with the CFI or delegate

What students will accomplish upon completion of course?

  • Using the TC flight instructor guide and applicable manuals

  • How to be a professional flight instructor

  • How to ask good oral questions

  • How to critique in flight and on the ground

  • How to assess a student

  • · How to provide demonstrations of air exercises to the CPL standard.

Delivery Method

Aircraft Rental Fleet

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