BRITISH SCHOOL OF AVIATION PRESENTS SPECIAL OFFER OF 50% OFF OUR FULL-TIME IN-HOUSE AIR TRANSPORT PILOT LICENCE ATPL(A) THEORY COURSE
In accordance with the aviation industry’s exponential recovery, BSA are keen to support and amplify this return to normality by delivering 50% off the standard price of £6,000 to the first six seats sold on our in-house ATPL(A) theory course.
This course will begin on 7th June 2021 although accommodation is not included, British School of Aviation are happy to assist with arranging local accommodation for prospective students.
COURSE TITLE: IN-HOUSE ATPL(A) THEORY COURSE
COURSE LENGTH: SIX MONTHS
LOCATION: British School of Aviation, London Luton Airport
START DATE: Monday 7th June 2021
OFFER: 50% OFF THE FIRST SIX SEATS SOLD
PRE-ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: Prospective students must be at least 18 years old and must already hold a PPL(A). Prospective students must also have a good knowledge of mathematics and physics
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY: Prospective students must be able to read, write and orally communicate in the English language to a minimum of ICAO Level 4
AWARD: ATPL(A) Theory Completion Certificate
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THIS COURSE: Online materials for all thirteen subjects with fulltime classroom-based lessons, including revision and exam preparation. Access to the renowned Padpilot training system
PROSPECTS: Once this course has been completed, students can move onto the Commercial Pilot Licence and Instrument Rating courses and ultimately become professional pilots
ATPL(A) THEORY COURSE
This is a classroom-based, instructor-led ATPL(A) theory training course. This course is split into three modules and students can study for one module at a time and take the exams for that particular module, before moving onto the next module. This course covers all thirteen subjects that are required for a student to be able to take the ATPL(A) exams.
* Exams are taken for the relevant subjects at the end of each stage and the UK CAA currently charges £73 per exam. ** REQUIRED EQUIPMENT: a) Jeppesen student pilot route manual b) CRP5 Navigation computer c) Navigation protractor d) Precision drawing set e) An exam approved calculator f) A set of CAPS (booklets containing data for study and practice exams) g) iPad or MacBook to access the study materials (available from BSA)