The primary objective of the Jeppesen Pilot Ground School program is to train pilots on the fundamentals of aviation. Training duration is variable to the inclusion of civil (ICAO, FAA, JAA, etc.) regulations and the option of students completing the civil licenses (for example, the FAA Airline Transport Pilot License). In addition to regulatory and licensing variables, Jeppesen courseware can be customized for your specific aircraft performance, mission planning tools and procedures, and operational training needs.
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Upon completion of the Jeppesen Airline Transport License program, applicants will be proficient in the following subject areas: Meteorology, Weather Analysis and Forecasts, Aeromedical Factors, Emergency, Security, Communications, Air Traffic Control, Navigation Principles, Navigation Systems, Instrument Approach Procedures, Charts and Airspace, Aerodynamics, Aircraft Systems, Weight and Balance, Aircraft Performance, Aircraft MEL/CDL, Regulations, Special Navigation and International Ops, Deicing and Anti-icing, Manual Flight Planning, Threat and Error Management (CRM/Human Factors). Students also learn about the latest advances in CNS/ATM including: RVSM (Reduced Vertical Separation Minima), RNP-RNAV (Required Navigation Performance), ETOPS, Drift Down, Reclear, WAAS, LAAS and ADS-B.
Jeppesen can deliver this training at any Jeppesen facility or at a customer location. More scheduling lead time is required for graduates who wish to obtain the FAA/NAA license at the end of training. Contact us today for more information.
The complete course is over 400 hours of instruction material. Contact us today to discuss training content and classroom schedules applicable to your needs. Jeppesen can modify the class structure and deliver it at any time at your location or ours. The minimum number of students is seven per class.