CRICOS Code 03851K
RTO Code 45610
This course is designed to provide you with all the technical and non-technical skills to fly a multi engine aeroplane solely by reference to instruments in a variety of weather condi- tions. Within 17 weeks you’ll well on the road to becoming a highly sought-after commer- cial pilot, capable of gaining employment in a variety of flying roles.
Mastering the aeroplane’s instruments and obtain- ing an Instrument Rating will allow you to act as Pilot in Command (PIC) for departure, flight, and arrival without visual reference in marginal weath- er and low light conditions under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Being able to fly regardless of (almost all) conditions greatly increases your pilot career options.
During the course of your training you will learn about human factors impacting on instrument flight, to operate aircraft systems, and the planning and conduct of an IFR flight including performing instrument departures, arrivals and approaches. Below is a general timeline of the course:
|Multi-Engine Class Rating
|Ground School (IREX)
|Instrument Rating (SIM)
|Instrument Rating (Flight)
On successful completion of the full course, students will attain:
Altocap Flight School does not guarantee a successful education assessment to a learner undertaking this course.
|AVI Unit Code
|Operate Multi-Engine Aeroplane
|Implement threat and error management strategies
|Manage safe flight operations
|Plan a flight under instrument flight rules
|Navigate aircraft under instrument flight rules
|Operate and manage aircraft systems
|Operate aircraft using aircraft flight instruments
|Conduct a 2D instrument approach
|Perform instrument arrival and standard arrival route procedures
|Operate aircraft in the traffic pattern at night
|Perform non-published instrument departure procedures
|Perform published instrument departure procedures
|Perform visual circling approach
|Conduct a 2D global navigation satellite system non-precision instrument approach
|Conduct a 3D instrument approach
Altocap Flight School began in 2017 with a commitment to quality flight training and safety in an atmosphere of friendly comradeship. The directors and staff are all passionate about flying and their experience encompasses many years involvement with flying clubs and other aviation organisations.
Camden Airport is bounded to the south, west and north by the Nepean River. Road access is from the east via Macquarie Grove Road.
17 weeks full time, 20 hours per week minimum
To be selected for a place in this course, you will need to:
Complete and sign the following documents: