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New Zealand International Commercial Pilot Academy - Learn to Fly in New Zealand

Multi Engine Rating (Level 5 )

Commercial Pilot Academy has been granted approval by NZQA under section 251 of the Education Act 1989 to deliver Multi Engine Rating (Level 5) training.


 

This is a Level 5, 5 Credit, NZQA Approved programe of 2 weeks duration designed specifically for International Students.

 

Aim

  • To provide the skills and knowledge to learners, necessary to achieve a Multi Engine aircraft type rating entitling the holder to legally operate a multi-engine aeroplane in New Zealand.

 

Content

  • The training scheme comprises ground and flying requirements for a multi-engine aircraft.

 

Outcome

  • Graduates will be able to exercise the privileges provided for by CAANZ in New Zealand.

 

Entry requirement

To be eligible for entry to this programme, applicants must;

  • Hold a current Private Pilot Licence
  • Be competent in spoken English to meet CAANZ requirements
  • Hold an Aviation Class 2 medical certificate
  • Meet the CAANZ 'Fit & Proper Person' status requirements

 

In addition, International applicants must:

  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Have an IELTs score of 5.5 or higher

 

Unit Standards

  • There are no standards associated with this programme - all standards are as set out in NZCAA Part 62 and associated Advisory Circulars.

 

Delivery mode type

  • Face-to-Face

 

Delivery Method

  • Ground school is classroom based supported by written course materials.
  • Practical flying is taught one to one as a sequence of practical flying exercises in simulators and aircraft. Each flight includes a pre-flight briefing and post-flight de-briefing.

 

Assessment Method

  • Certified by A or B Category Flight Instructors

 

Duration

  • Total length and teaching weeks -  2 weeks – No holidays
  • Self-Directed Learning Hours  - 5.0 hours average per week
  • Total Learning Hours - 50 hours

 

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