What happens when I register?
Once you register for a course students will receive a confirmation email with location and other pertinent details.
For IFR 3 day courses, student will also receive an activation code for the online IFR Procedures Course along with a confirmation letter and study requirements. IFR study requirements – 15-20 hours of pre-course study including the online IFR procedures course. The Canadian Instrument Rating workbook (if ordered with the course) is also mailed to the student as long as enough time permits prior to the course date.
For the ATPL/IATRA course, student will receive a confirmation email with location information and pertinent course details, along with pre-course CARs study questions to be completed prior to the course. The ATPL workbook is also mailed to the student as long as enough time permits for them to receive the book in the mail.
Do I need a current edition of the workbook?
Yes, you are required to have a current editions of the IFR or ATPL Workbooks.
IFR course – AeroCourse Canadian Instrument Rating Workbook (current 9th edition)
ATPL/IATRA course – AeroCourse Canadian Airline Pilot Licence Workbook (current 5th edition)
To avoid disappointment, please order workbooks in advance of the course as workbooks are not stocked at every location.
A.I.M.s are not available at course locations.
What do I need to bring to the course?
Appropriate reference books and materials are required for each course:
IFR course – AeroCourse Canadian Instrument Rating Workbook (current 9th edition), AIM (current), AeroCourse Aviation and Meteorology; Weather Fundamentals, CAP General, Flight computer, regular calculator with square root.
IFR 5 day In-depth course – AeroCourse Canadian Instrument Rating Workbook (current 9th edition) , AIM (current), AeroCourse Aviation and Meteorology; Weather Fundamentals, CAP General, Flight computer, regular calculator with square root.
ATPL/IATRA course – AeroCourse Canadian Airline Pilot Licence Workbook (current 5th edition), ATPL Notes (available with course), AIM (current), Flight computer, regular calculator with square root.
IFR Refresher – AIM (current)
ONLINE IFR course – AIM (current), and CAP General.
What are the hours of the course:
Hours of course sessions are generally from 9:00am – 5:30pm unless otherwise noted or agreed to by the instructor.
How long do I have to complete my Online IFR Procedures Course?
Once activated with the activation code/student’s information on the Faculty of Flight website the course is valid for 60 days and 2 full times through. If not completed within the 60 days, the course is no longer valid.
What happens if I cannot attend a course I have registered for?
If a student needs to change dates of a course they have registered for, contact us by phone or email firstname.lastname@example.org to change your course date. The change fee is $50.00 plus applicable tax. We need to be advised at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled course. Students can rebook their course to the next available date or future date/location. Once request is received via email or phone, student will receive an email confirmation from Aero Course confirming the new date. Courses are non-refundable, however, changeable for up to one year. If a student is unsure if their available timing, they can be put on-hold for one year from original course registration.
Do we get lunch included in the course?
No, The course costs are kept to minimum. Courses break for lunch for one hour. Students are on their own for lunch they can either bring their own or visit one of the restaurants in or near the hotel. In addition a short 10 minute morning and afternoon break is given. Coffee is provided for a morning break in most locations.
What if I need to stay overnight to attend the course?
Some hotels do offer discounts to our students for hotel rooms. Please contact the hotel directly and ask for the Aero Course rate (if applicable)
When do you add new dates to the website?
Course dates are added on our website twice a year (April) for Summer/Fall Dates and (October) for Winter/Spring dates. All the courses listed are available for registration. If a course reaches capacity it is removed from the website.
When should I register for a course?
Preferably at least 2 weeks prior to the course. The sooner you can register the better as you will receive the information needed to make sure you are prepared for the course. It is especially important to register early if you require a new workbook or A.I.M. as it takes a few days for these books to reach you.
Are there any references for the IFR workbook?
References for the Canadian Instrument Rating Workbook (9th edition) are now included in the workbook.
While we try to ensure our publications are free of errors, due to this rapidly changing industry occasionally we find the need to correct an error or provide an update to the material.