Sale! IFR Ground School$570.00 – $795.00 This seminar is designed to lead students in a logical progression through the steps and knowledge necessary to carry out an IFR flight. It is intended to help students prepare for the Instrument Rating INRAT exam and show pilots the practical world of instrument flying. It provides a solid foundation in all the practical and theoretical aspects of IFR flight. Please order early to allow enough time to receive the any books ordered and to complete some pre-study material. NOTE: If you are registering for a course less than 5 days in advanced your books will be provided digitally. If you would like a hard copy please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: All dates available may not appear below – please check our home page for complete list. If a course is full waitlists are available as often students schedules change contact email@example.com. Register 6 Weeks in advance for a ‘Early Bird’ discount! Dates Choose an optionNov 18, 19, 25 & 26 VirtualNov 24-26 CalgaryDec 8-10 TorontoJan 26-28 TorontoFeb 2-4 Calgary Course Materials Choose an optionWorkbook & METWorkbookWorkbook, MET & AIMWorkbook & AIMCourse OnlyClear IFR Ground School quantity Add to cart Details Choose the right approach with IFR courses by AeroCourse This seminar is designed to lead students in a logical progression through the steps and knowledge necessary to carry out an IFR flight. It is intended to help students prepare for the Instrument Rating INRAT exam and show pilots the practical world of instrument flying. This seminar provides a solid foundation in all the practical and theoretical aspects of IFR flight. It is further enhanced by our instructors’ actual IFR experiences. The Canadian Instrument Rating Workbook 11th edition is a requirement when taking the IFR Seminar, it can be ordered with the course. We also strongly recommend the Aviation & Meteorology: Weather Fundamentals manual (2nd edition) as this is heavily referenced in the course. The Online IFR Procedures course is included when you register for the IFR seminar and must be completed along with the pre-study quiz before the course to qualify for our guarantee.If booked 6 weeks in advance the early bird discount will apply.Course includes the Online Procedures course and the value added CFIT and CRM online course. Course Details: I. In-person Classroom – 3-day course Traditional in-class course with an instructor at a facility. Friday – Sunday. Hours – 0900 to 1730 (9:00am – 5:30pm) II. Virtual Classroom 4-day course two consecutive weekends. The virtual classroom course is very similar to the in-class format. The online virtual platform provides the opportunity to be as interactive with a live instructor as it would be in a traditional classroom just from your office or home. This class is conducted over two consecutive weekends – a 4-day period – with the option or complete homework assigned and question review in between weekends. Saturday – Sunday. Hours – 0900 -1600 (9:00am – 4:00 p.m.) You will be provided with a link to the meeting with a meeting ID, and password for the seminar the Wednesday before the seminar. Textbooks and supplies: Other supplies needed are Canadian Instrument Rating Workbook 11th edition, current AIM, C.A.P. General, Flight Computer (Jeppesen or equivalent), regular calculator (with square root function). Aviation & Meteorology: Weather Fundamentals manual 2nd edition is highly recommended as it is referenced though-out the course. Pre-study We recommend registering early enough to receive any books you are ordering with the course and complete some pre-study to be best prepared for the course (you must complete the pre-study information in order to qualify for the guarantee. The IFR Online Procedures course is included with your registration, we recommend you completion this online course prior to the seminar. We have also include a pre-study IFR Met quiz to be completed prior to the course. A large amount of information will be covered over the course and any preparation will benefit retention and comprehension of the material presented. The Canadian Instrument Rating Workbook 11th edition and Aviation & Meteorology: Weather Fundamentals manual 2nd editionare heavily referenced. Course Content Met Theory – as it pertains to IFR Flight including icing, thunderstorms and radar. Practical Met – including aviation forecast, reports and charts. IFR Procedures – Canada Air Pilot, approach plates, LO charts, IFR operating MINIMA, departure, and approach procedures. Radio Aids – GPS, ILS, VOR/DME and ADF. Air Regulations & Airspace – Air traffic control procedures and communication. Flight Ops – Airmanship including Canadian Runway Friction Index (CRFI), VASIS & PAPI and approach lighting, approach slope indicators, wind shear and human factors. Review of sample exam questions and exam writing techniques. Online Component In addition to the three-day IFR Ground School Seminar lead by one of our instructors, you will also receive access to the online IFR Procedures Course. This online component is designed to prepare you for the ground school seminar and is used as a pre-study exercise to be completed prior to attending the seminar. It will provide you the ability to identify any key areas of deficiency and reviews basic IFR information you are expected to be familiar with before attending the seminar. Each lesson can be reviewed a total of two (2) times within a 60 day timeframe. The online IFR Procedures Course takes approximately 4-6 hours to complete. You will also receive access to two other online courses of benefit to every pilot, CFIT and CRM. These courses are self-paced and not required to be completed prior to the IFR seminar yet must be completed within the activation timeframe. 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 are provided to further enhance a pilot’s safety, performance and professionalism. Each online lesson can be reviewed a total of two (2) times with 120 days to complete all the lessons from receipt of the activation code. One (1) activation code will be emailed upon registration to the IFR Ground School Seminar giving access to all three online courses. Rescheduling If, for some unforeseen reason, you are unable to attend the seminar, your payment is transferable to another date provided notification is received at least 48 hours in advance of seminar commencement. There is a change fee levied for changing a course date. If you can not select a date at that time, your registration will be put on hold for one year. Payments will be retained and held on file for one year from original registration, while you select a new seminar date. If you do not register for a course within a year, you are responsible for the full payment of the course. Seminar fees are non-refundable. see registration information for full details. For more information please visit our Registration and Information Page. Recommended Reference Material Aviation & Meteorology: Weather Fundamentals 2nd edition available from AeroCourse or pilot supply shops) From the Ground Up Instrument Procedure Manual (available from pilot supply shops) Current AIM (available from AeroCourse, pilot supply shops or online from Transport Canada) CAP General (available online from NAV Canada.