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Airline Transport, IATRA and FAAAA Seminar

An intensive two day seminar for SARON, SAMRA, IATRA and FAAAA writtens. Pre-requisites: completion of Canadian CPL or foreign equivalent, and/or current or recent previously held IFR rating.

Course Fee
$750.00, plus training texts, supplies and GST/HST (course fee is reduced to $650.00 plus GST/HST if current course texts are purchased at time of seminar registration).

Course Texts
The following course texts are required: Culhane Airline Transport and IATRA Ground School Course, current edition; Culhane Airline Transport and IATRA Written Test Book, current edition. These texts are extra and are not included in basic course fee. Pre-study in advance of the seminar is recommended. No other publications or references will be needed for the purposes of completing our seminar.


Schedule

Day 1: 0900 - 1700.
0900 - 1000: Air Law.
1000 - 1015: Coffee break.
1015 - 1200: Air Law.
1200 - 1300: Lunch break.
1300 - 1430: Air Law, Flight Operations.
1430 - 1500: Navigation General.
1500 - 1515: Coffee break.
1515 - 1700: Flight Operations.

Day 2: 0900 - 1700.
0900 - 1000: Meteorology: weather theory.
1000 - 1015: Coffee break.
1015 - 1200: Meteorology: weather reports, forecasts and charts.
1200 - 1300: Lunch break.
1300 - 1500: IFR charts, navigation aids.
1500 - 1515: Coffee Break.
1515 - 1700: Navigation aids

Upcoming Course Dates

Seminar Registrations

NOTE: Under Canadian tax law, fees spent for exam prep seminars are not eligible for tuition fee tax deductions and as such we cannot issue tuition fee tax receipts. Our seminars should be considered as private tutoring services only.

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