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Certificate/Diploma in Aviation Management - General Arts and Science

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  • Objectives
    The Aviation Management - General Arts and Science program is designed to enable students to develop the knowledge and skills required by a commercial pilot. Through a series of classroom-based courses and hands on practical labs where students learn to fly a fixed wing aeroplane, students develop the required level of proficiency to complete the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot License written exam (CPAER) and practical flight test. The training schedule provides for up to 250 hours of flight time experience. During the final term, students have the opportunity to select an area of specialization and choose one of the three available options (Flight Instructor, Two Crew or Cruise Relief Pilot-IATRA, or Seaplane Rating.) Each of these offers students many options for direct entry jobs with aviation employers. In direct response to the aviation industry's desire to employ graduates with a strong background in business and management education, students receive a solid foundation in business management which in effect allows our graduates to obtain work in various facets of the aviation industry including entry-level management positions. As part of Algonquin College's commitment to training highly qualified graduates, our program also offers "practical skills" that enhance employment opportunities. We offer first aid/CPR, fuel handling, aircraft handling, sinter operations handling, cockpit resource management, maintenance skills and dispatching.
  • Academic Title
    Certificate/Diploma in Aviation Management - General Arts and Science
  • Course description
    Students develop the required level of proficiency to complete the Transport Canada Commercial Pilot License written exam (CPAER) and practical flight test.

    Level 1

    AVI8810 : Ground School I

    AVI8811 : Flight Training I

    AVI8812 : Practical Skills Training I

    AVI8842 : Safety Management Systems

    DAT8810 : Computer Foundations I

    ENL1813T : Communications I

    MAT8810 : Mathematics Essentials I

    Level 2


    AVI8820 : Ground School II

    AVI8821 : Flight Training II

    AVI8822 : Practical Skills Training II

    AVI8823 : Maintenance I: Aircraft Functions

    ENL8830 : Communications II

    MGT8813 : Management

    Choose one from equivalencies:

    GED0438K : General Education Elective

    Level 3


    AVI8830 : Ground School III

    AVI8831 : Flight Training III

    AVI8832 : Practical Skills Training III

    AVI8833 : Maintenance II: Applied Maintenance

    MAT8820 : Mathematics Essentials II

    MGT8834 : Business Essentials

    Choose one from equivalencies:

    GED0438K : General Education Elective

    Level 4

    AVI8841 : Flight Training IV

    AVI8843 : Crew Resource Management

    AVI8844 : Glass Cockpit/GPS Technology

    MGT8824 : Marketing and Customer Service

    SSC8810 : Ethics

    Core Electives: choose 1

    AVI8840A : Instructor Rating

    AVI8840B : Float Rating

    AVI8840C : IATRA

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