AVI50219 Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane)
CRICOS Code: 0101165
About this course
For those interested in a career in aviation whether it be as an Airline pilot, a Flight Instructor, a Charter pilot, or in Agricultural flying operations then you will require a Commercial Pilot Licence.The AVI50219 Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane) is designed for students from Ab Initio Flight Training to Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane.RVAC Flight Training offers a comprehensive training course including both theory and flight instruction to suit your requirements, with courses being available on a full-time basis.The CPL Course offered by RVAC Flight Training meets the Civil Aviation Safety Authority requirements and allows you to gain employment with a commercial aviation operation under Visual Flying Rules.
What’s involved in the Commercial Pilot Licence?
To obtain a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) you must be at least 18 years old and successfully complete an integrated course of training.During an Approved Integrated Commercial Pilot Licence Training Course, your commercial training will consist of a minimum of 153 hours of flight training and an integrated theory component.* (See bottom of page for terms)During the course you will need to complete study and exams in CPL Theory.These include: Aircraft General Knowledge Meteorology Human Factors Navigation Flight Rules & Air Law Aerodynamics Operation, Performance & Flight Planning. Theory Exams are conducted in-house under CASA Approved guidelines.
To apply for enrolment in this course you will need the following; Pre enrolment Skill & Knowledge Assessment Simulator Session ( $100 charge to applicant ) Interview Immediately after interview stage successful applicants will be required to obtain the following: An Aviation Reference Number (ARN) An Australian Security Identification Card (ASIC) Aviation Class 1 from a Designated Authorised Medical Examiner (DAME) Other requirements: Theory Course texts and associated charts, maps and equipment which your Flight Instructor will advise.
The Commercial Pilot Licence course builds on the skills you have acquired from your previous training including: Airmanship Radio Procedures Emergency Procedures Practical application of theory knowledge Advanced Flight Planning and Navigation Operation Command decision making Advanced aircraft handling techniques Passenger management The skills and experience gained during your Commercial Pilot flight training and command building time will enable you to offer your services to an employer as a professional pilot. Your CPL Flight Training will involve additional hours of flying lessons in one of our General Aviation aircraft.