This course enables students to complete Module 1 subjects towards the EASA ATPL (A) Pilot License. Subject areas covered include Knowledge/Skills/Attitudes Introduction, Instrumentation, General Navigation, Meteorology and Human Performance/Limitations. Once students successfully complete the course lessons, progress tests and final exam, they will obtain the necessary sign off to then take Module 1 EASA ground school exams. Group 2 course.
FAA Commercial Pilot License
Course Learning Outcomes Knowledge:
- Define aircraft instrumentation, general navigation, and meteorology terminology.
- Identify the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to earn the EASA ATPL (A) Pilot License.
- Apply course concepts to real life scenarios in the cockpit.
- Analyze situations encountered in the cockpit.
- Solve critical problems encountered in the cockpit.
- Connect the ways in which human performance, meteorology and navigation can impact one another.
Caring - Civic Learning:
- Develop a respect for human performance limitations that impact piloting skills.
Learning How to Learn:
- Recognize the impact pilot training has on aviation safety for other pilots, passengers, and the wider community.
- Monitor and self-assess progress in the online learning environment.
- Reflect on learning preferences and being successful in the online environment.