PILOT TRAINING

IGIA
In Jaipur

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  • Training
  • Jaipur
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

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Starts Location
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Jaipur
11, Vivekananda Marg, Opposite Tongia Hospital, C-Scheme, 302001, Rajasthan, India
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· Requirements

10+2 or its equivalent with a minimum of 50 percent marks in mathematics and physics. (If you don’t have Physics & Maths in 10+2 you have an option of doing these two subjects from National Institute of Open Schooling’s On-Demand Examinations and can still start your Pilot training course. At least 16 years of age to start pilot training. Vision in one eye must be perfect. (6/6 eyesight) In the other eye, you could have an imperfection of 6/9, which must be correctable to 6/6. You must be free of any disease that can hamper normal function.

Course programme

This program is for those who are keen to fly then under this program of the institute the student get the skill of flying. This institute is a famous School for the Pilot programs that offers the wind to student's wing & ambition.

The requirement for the pilot licensed possessor is again rising stronger & the students can see their imaginings flying to reality. This institute is a specialized centre in ground trainings for pilots and they offer an ideal launch pad for pilots, which includes the international exposure.

The profession of pilot is an extremely specialized one. It require skill of air navigations, interpretations of meteorological report, operating sophistication electronics & mechanical controlled, which lead the aircraft beneath adverted situations, & being a head to the flight crews & passenger underneath climatic & other emergency conditions.

The student will be accountable for the passenger, the crews & the aircraft. The student should have obedience, tolerance, accountability, punctuality, commitments & self confident to pursue this program during this program student learns all these also.

In addition, it also includes many of hard works, energy, attentiveness of mind, flexibility to follow hard time agendas, & good team strength. Emotional constancy in disaster circumstances is another features.

This institute also offers an option to the student who are preparing for pilot program can also go for pilot's License Conversion Exam conducted by DGCA, Government of India, which is of very minimum cost with the benefit of being trained by the experts holding licenses from DGCA who willingly share their skills with the students that supplements & come handy in overall presentation.

Students should be 1oth passed with fifty percentages of scores, if the student wants to do flying for their liking or hobbies and for those only the PPL is there. Those who are not able to score at least fifty percent than that student have to go through the entrance test and interview and after that only they get admission to this program.GROUND TRAINING (Theoretical Sessions it is for four months)

Program Content:

GROUND TRAINING

This training includes air regulation
Air regulation
a. Aircrafts Act, 1934 unit I, Part Short titles & extents, meanings, powers to detained aircrafts, penalty for acts in contraventions of regulations complete under the acts, number for flying so as to reason hazard;
b. Aircraft Rule 1937
c. Rule of the air
d. Appropriate air traffics service practice & process.

Aircraft Common Knowledge
a. Principle of operations & function of aeroplane power plant, system & tools
b. Operating limitation of appropriate aeroplanes & power plant, applicable operational
Information from the flight manuals or other appropriate documents
c. Usage & serviceability check of equipments & system of suitable aeroplanes
d. Maintenance dealings for airframe, system & power plant of appropriate aeroplanes

Flight Performances & Planning
1. Result of loading & mass distributions on aeroplane handlings, flight features &
performances, masses & balanced calculation
2. Usage & practical applications of take off, landings & other performances data's
3. Preflight & enroute flight plannings suitables to operation beneath VFR; preparations & filing of air traffics service flight planning, suitable air traffics services dealings, position reportings, process altimeters setting process, operation in regions of high density traffics.

Human Performances & Limitation
Human performances & limitation applicable to the commercial pilot aeroplane

Aviations Meteorology
a. Understanding & applications of aeronautical meteorological report, chart & forecast,
Used & processes for obtain, meteorological informations, preflight & inflight; altimetries.
b. Aeronautical meteorologies climatologies of applicable sectors in respect of the basics having an effects upon aviations the movement of pressure system, the arrangement of front and the origin & features of important weather happening which affect take off, enroute & landing condition, dangerous weather avoidances

Air Navigations
a. Air navigations, involves the use charts of aeronautic, instrument & navigation supports, an consideration of the principle & features of suitable navigation system;
Operations of airborne apparatus, practical features of air navigations & dead reckoning
Methodologies;
b. Practical air navigations using radio navigations supports
c. Usage, accurateness & consistency of navigation system used in exit enrooted, approaches & landing stages of flight, recognition of radio navigation supports

Operational Processes
a. Usage of aeronautic documentations such as AIPs, NOTAMs, Codes of aeronautic, abbreviation & instrumentation process chart for departure, en-route, plunge & approached
b. Appropriate defensive & emergency events, safety observation associated with flights
under IFRs
c. Actions to be taken to avoid dangerous weather wake confusion & other operating danger;

Principle of Flight
Principle of flight connecting to aeroplanes.

Radio Telephony: Radiotelephony measures & phraseologies as functional to VFRs & IFR operation acted to be taken in case of communications breakdown.

FLYING TRAINING INCLUDES:
The student has to complete two hundred hrs of flight timing previously date of applications for licenses. It involves:

(i) 100 hrs of flight timing as Pilot in Commands.
(ii) 20 hrs of cross country flight timing as Pilot in Commands.
(iii) 10 hours of tool time.
(iv) 5 hours of flight timing by nights.

The lack of training equipment & services forced student to get the training of pilot from various part of the country.
We have fake international relationship with some of the best &reputed flying club across the globe to organize the Flying Trainings to students overseas in the shortest probable timing & at sensible costs. Our relations have been shaped in an exclusive way with the single seek to helped student charts out a map particular to the student circumstances & necessities.


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