ATPL/IATRA Ground School$555.00 – $735.00 This three-day ATPL ground school is a comprehensive seminar covering the information you need to write the SARON and SAMRA exams. The course delves into the knowledge you need to understand the information, correctly answer the questions on the exams and prepare for a career as an airline pilot. Dates Choose an optionApril 17-19 SaskatoonApril 24-26 TorontoMay 8-10 VancouverMay 16-17 OttawaMay 22-24 TorontoJune 5-7 CalgaryJune 19-21 TorontoAugust 14-16 TorontoMay 1-3 & 7-9 ONLINE Course Materials Choose an optionWorkbook & METWorkbookWorkbook, MET & AIMWorkbook & AIMCourse OnlyClear ATPL/IATRA Ground School quantity Add to cart Details Choose the right approach for your ATPL/IATRA exam preparation requirements The three-day ATPL ground school is a comprehensive seminar covering the information you need to write the SARON and SAMRA exams. The course delves into the knowledge you need to understand the information and correctly answer the questions on the exams. There is a massive amount of information to cover on this topic and this course helps to organize and focus your attention on the key areas and concepts. The course is taught by our highly qualified instructors all who work in the airline industry as professional pilots. Seminar Details Friday, Saturday and Sunday (unless noted e.g. Aug. Thunder Bay course is a weekday seminar) 0900 to 1730 Cost $605.00 – includes AeroCourse ATPL Ground School Manual and the value added Online Crew Resource Management course and Online CFIT course. The AeroCourse ATPL workbook (5th edition) is a requirement for the course and is not included in seminar only price. Book Orders All materials ordered will be Expedite Posted to you once you are registered (please allow a week for delivery of books and ATPL study-guide). Please allow enough time for shipping. Please note: We do not stock A.I.M.s at any of our the seminar locations. Seminar Content Review of Met theory and practical Met High altitude meteorology, jetstreams, turbulence, thunderstorms, airborne weather radar and wind shear Basic and advanced radio aids including VOR, ADF, DME, INS, IRS/FMS, GPS, EFIS and TCAS, CARs, CARs’ standards and air carrier operations Advanced aircraft systems including gas turbine engines, flight controls, hydraulics, braking systems, pressurization and electrical systems Basic and high speed aerodynamics,Advanced navigation including PNR and CP Weight and balance, practical exercises and air carrier procedures Aircraft performance during take-off, cruise and landings and associated charts and tables Other Supplies Needed for the Seminar Current A.I.M., Flight Computer (Jeppesen or equivalent), Regular calculator (with square root function). Online Component To compliment the AeroCourse ATPL Ground School Seminar and provide enhanced learning to participants, we have included two new self-study online courses: CRM (Crew Resource Management) online course: a communications course that assists an individual to achieve the highest possible level of safety and efficiency whether operating alone or in a multi-crew environment. CFIT (Controlled Flight Into Terrain) online course: provides a comprehensive look at resources and strategies involved in avoiding and preventing CFIT accidents. These two separate online courses further enhance a pilot’s safety, performance and professionalism. Both online courses can be completed at your own pace within the activation time-frame and are not necessary to be completed prior to the seminar. Each online lesson is able to be reviewed a total of two (2) times. You will have 120 days to complete all the lessons from receipt of the activation code. One (1) Activation code will be emailed upon registration of the ATPL Ground School Seminar giving the student access to both online courses. Recommended Reference Material AeroCourse does have certain additional recommended reference materials Aviation & Meteorology: Weather Fundamentals (2nd edition) Advanced Aircraft Systems From the Ground Up Fly the Wing Turbine Pilot’s Flight Manual If, for some unforeseen reason, you are unable to attend the seminar, your payment is transferable to another date provided notification is received 48 hours in advance of seminar commencement. Payments will be retained and held on file for one year from original registration for onhold registrations, while you select a new seminar date If you do not cancel your registration or reschedule, you are responsible for the full payment of the course. Seminar fees are non-refundable.