Airline Pilot Entry Preparation Course
This course will focus on students’ understanding of the line pilot’s profession as well as the expectations of the local airlines and their cadet programs where free training is provided. On the other hand there are substantial number of keen individuals who are willing to self-finance their ab initio training abroad. An in-depth survey of what sort of training that is available globally shall be offered.
The instructor is the founder of a local airline and worked as the airline’s CEO from 2001 to 2008. He then established an aviation training center in 2014 to train crew members.
The onset of the pandemic gave the aviation industry an opportunity to re-align itself. The aftermath of the pandemic will be a time when airlines in north/south Asia and the Far East launch their new pilot recruitment strategies. The fundamental objective of airlines is to dovetail the new operational strategies with the flight crew population. Hence the expected skill set of the new flight crew entrants will be totally re-valued. This course is designed to equip students with the right skill set and temperament with a view to a higher success rate in airline interviews and tests.
This course consist of 6 modules:
- Basic requisites of an airline pilot.
- Preparation for airline interviews.
- Introduction to HKSAR Air Law.
- Basic consideration in air navigation.
- Crew Resources Management and Cockpit Resources Management.
This course is for anyone who is 35 years and below with a view to become an airline pilot. The candidate should have passed the DSE exam with level 2 or above in English.