ACS Attestation of Collegial Studies ATPL Integrated
- Obtaining a college degree is well recognized and recommended by major airlines like Air Canada and Air Transat.
- Diploma recognized by the Ministry of Education.
- Very high training level.
- The Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) Program proposed is the highest level of aircraft pilot rating or license.
- The Integrated Program makes use of an instructional systems design, in which all instructional stages are completed as one continuous course, and in which ground and flight training elements are interrelated and sequenced to provide for efficient achievement of the learning objectives.
- More theory hours than the modular training (900h of theory in total).
The program is divided in 4 different phases, on a 18 to 24 months period. The duration of each phase is variable.
Candidates are required to have a minimum ICAO Level 4 English language proficiency level to be enrolled in the programme which is assessed as follows:
- An internet‐based benchmark test consisting of multiple‐choice questions;
- A SKYPE interview to assess spoken English;
Eligible candidates must also :
- Be 17 years of age and older;
- Hold a high school diploma with mathematics and physics;
- Be in good physical and psychological fitness;
- Demonstrate their medical fitness through a Category 1 Medical Certificate Validation, issued by an accredited Transport Canada doctor.
18 to 24 months.
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This program that spreads over a 18 to 24 months period at the Saint-Hubert airport allows aspiring student pilots to obtain both their professional pilot licence and airline transport pilot licence, which will be frozen until they possess the required experience.