Aviation training courses and schoolsTotal 329 training course(s)/program(s) at schools in Canada.
Pilot Licenses & Cabin Crew programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees
Business and Corporate Aviation ManagementCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
This course provides a broad understanding of on-demand air transportation. The focus will be on the process of establishing and managing the Business and Corporate Aviation segment of the General Aviation industry. This course will also provide knowledge of business plan development specifically suitable for airlines of all sizes.
Selkirk CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Castlegar, Nelson, Trail, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
Professional Pilot - CPL (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Aviation - Professional Pilot program is designed to prepare students for commercial pilot positions in the Canadian and International airline industry. This intensive two year flight training diploma program provides students with the necessary tools to succeed in a technology driven environment. Graduates are fully qualified to enter the industry as Group 1 Instrument Rated Commercial Pilots.
â€?A comprehensive 2-year diploma that transfers to an aviation degree at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University.
â€?Aviation courses delivered at the West Kootenay Regional Airport in our state-of-the-art aviation facility.
â€?Unlimited flight simulator time in wrap-around visual equipped trainers.
Our program is an intensive two year diploma program certified by Transport Canada and supported by the British Columbia Ministry of Advanced Education. The program is an integrated approach to flight training emphasizing multi-crew coordination ... [Read More]
Okanagan CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Kelowna, Oliver, Penticton, Revelstoke, Salmon Arm, Summerland, Vernon, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
Commercial Aviation (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Commercial Aviation diploma program is for men and women who are interested in pursuing a career in aviation. The program provides students with academic experience with the aviation training required by Transport Canada. In addition to receiving aviation experience, graduates are prepared to enter into the field of commercial aviation.
The Commercial Aviation diploma program consists of two distinct and separate areas of study - flight training and business studies. The business portion is completed at Okanagan College and normally consists of three business courses per semester for a total of 12 courses over a two-year duration.
Notwithstanding general policies of Okanagan College, the business and elective courses must be completed while concurrently enrolled in the Flight Portion of the Commercial Aviation program. Students must have approval from the Dean for any program modifications.
The flight training portion taken with Southern I... [Read More]
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This 62-week (approximately 15 months) program is offered in partnership with Northern Lights College (NLC) in Dawson Creek, B.C. The first 48 weeks of training take place at Okanagan College Aerospace Campus in Vernon BC. The final 14 weeks of training take place at Northern Lights College in Dawson Creek. The diploma is conferred by Northern Lights College. All curriculum and entrance requirements at Okanagan College align with the AME program at Northern Lights College.
The program is designed to take a student with little or no previous experience in the aircraft maintenance trade and supply him/her with the necessary skills to seek employment in that industry as an apprentice Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. The curriculum follows Transport Canada&,#146,s guidelines and upon successful completion of the program, Transport Canada will grant graduates 18 months of experience credits toward the 48-month experience requirement for an Aircraft Maintenance Enginee... [Read More]
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers identify problems and repair and overhaul aircraft structural, mechanical and electrical systems. Interpreting technical manuals, drawings and blueprints, and testing aircraft systems require mechanical aptitude, manual dexterity, a good understanding of computerized machinery, strong analytical skills, and the ability to read and understand service manuals. An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is responsible for ensuring the airworthiness of an aircraft, whether it is a fixed-wing airplane or a helicopter.
The 15-month Basic Training program is designed to train individuals wanting to work in the aerospace industry. There are three components required for licence application: training, experience, and successful completion of the Canadian Aviation Regulation exam. Aircraft MainÂtenance Engineers must complete a certified training program along with the required hours in industry to become certified. NLCâ€™s program provides the full train... [Read More]
North Island CollegeTraining Centres/Campuses:
Campbell River, Courtenay, Port Alberni, Port Hardy, Ucluelet, British Columbia, CanadaPhone No.:
Aircraft Structures Technician (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The Aircraft Structures Technician (AME-S) program consists of approximately 1,150 hours of shop and classroom instruction. Students learn about the basic theory of flight, aircraft systems, construction and Transport Canada regulatory requirements. They also build and repair sheet metal, tubular, composite, wooden, and fabric aircraft structures. Graduates develop a strong skills and knowledge in all aspects of aircraft sheet metal work.
Students who have successfully completed the program to required standards receive recognition by Transport Canada for training and technical tests required for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineerâ€“Structures (AME-S) licence. Graduates also receive an 11-month time credit towards the three-year requirement to complete the AME-S certification.
NIC instructors and staff stay current with industry regulations and demands on behalf of its students. As a corporate member of PAMEA, the Pacific Aircraft Maintenance Engineer... [Read More]
Sault CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
Aviation Technology - Flight (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Considered one of the best flight schools in Canada, Sault College`s Aviation Technology - Flight program will prepare you for an exhilirating career as a professional pilot with positions available around the globe. Graduates of the program who meetqualification criteria established by Transport Canada, will have successfully completed the requirements for the Integrated Commercial Pilot License Aeroplane, including the multi-engine instrument rating (CPL(A)IR). This license meets all the requirments for you to be a commercial pilot. Individuals with previous flight training start with a modified flight training program in the beginning, however, all students will be at the same level by second year. Students gain hands-on training with our impressive fleet of aircraft, including nine Zlin and two Semionole Piper planes complemented by new state-of-the-art flight simulators, that will provide you with a realistic experience that closely replicates flying in one of our Colleg... [Read More]
Aircraft Structural Repair Technician (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
In partnership with Fanshawe College, this program is offered in London, ON.
This award-winning program is offered in partnership with Fanshawe and Sault College. Delivered in London, Ontario, the Aircraft Structural Repair program is on the leading edge of aircraft maintenance. As a student, you will gain the expertise, knowledge and understanding of both aircraft structural repair and manufacturing techniques that will help you succeed in the field through extensive hands-on training. Practical experience will be gained by completing 45 to 60 interesting projects that cover everything from aircraft fuselages and control surfaces to wings, composite panels, plastics and sealing procedures. As an added benefit for those considering a career in the Canadian Forces, successfully completing this program can accelerate career opportunities through advanced standing as an Aircraft Structures Technician (ACS). Sault College is the only College in central Canada with a Ca... [Read More]
Georgian CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
Barrie, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
Aviation OperationsCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This course is divided into two distinct areas of subject matter: airline operations (two hours/week) and Air Traffic Services (ATS) (one hour/week). Successful completion of the airline operations portion of the course enables students to discuss the airline business intelligently in aid of securing co-op and career employment in the aviation industry.
Airline ManagementCourse Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
The primary focus of this course on the development, structure and business conduct of major airlines in the marketplace today. Students will be introduced to the various internal departments of an airline and their relationship to each other will be explored. The student will also be introduced to external opportunities and threats to the future viability of the various air carriers. (The affects of deregulation, airline partnerships, the role of the commuter carriers, and the contracting out of services.) Where ever possible case studies will be used to enhance student skills in research, problem solving and solution application.
Aviation Management (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
This program is designed to give students knowledge and hands-on experience in Aviation and Management as well as provide co-operative work experience in the Aviation industry. A variety of aviation courses provide students with a solid understanding of the aviation industry in Canada and around the world. Students are given the opportunity to pass the examination to receive their Restricted Aeronautical Radio Operation License. Management courses are designed to give students an understanding of management practices and procedures in order to be prepared for future promotional opportunities.
Program Learning Outcomes
The graduate has reliably demonstrated the ability to:
interact as a team member or team leader
demonstrate strong interpersonal, communications and time management skills
analyze, problem solve and use critical thinking skills to solve a variety of problems
demonstrate integrity and initiative to meet professional chall... [Read More]
Professional Pilot (Certificate)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
â€?Centennial&,#146,s Professional Pilot Training program allows students to start learning the moment they leave the ground.
â€?The accelerated program provides students with initial ground school training in addition to up to 200 hours of flight time.
â€?As a student in our program you will have the opportunity to pilot Cessna 150, 172 and Piper Aztec aircraft.
â€?The flight programâ€™s professional instructors are seasoned pilots with years of experience and a deep commitment to the program, its students and their success.
As a student in the Professional Pilot Training program, youâ€™ll develop the skills employers demand to pursue a career in various sectors of the aviation industry.
Positions in the industry include:
â€?Commercial airline pilot
â€?Private aircraft pilot
Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Aircraft maintenance covers a wide range of the aviation and aerospace sectors, which together work to keep aircraft safe and airworthy. A (Transport Canada) licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME licence â€śMâ€?rating) is responsible for certification of the aircraft after the completion of maintenance, inspection, repair or modification.
The Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance (â€śMâ€?option) program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to start your career as an aircraft maintenance technician. â€śMâ€?category graduate technicians perform tasks/activities associated with the servicing and repair of the aircraft airframe, engine and associated systems and components.
The program is Transport Canada (TC) accredited for experience and exam credit towards the issue of an AME licence, and is accredited by the Canadian Council of Aviation &, Aerospace (CCAA) as meeting the national occupational standard for aircraft maintenance training.... [Read More]
Aviation Technician - Avionics Maintenance (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Avionics maintenance covers a wide range of the aviation and aerospace sectors, which together work to keep aircraft safe and airworthy. A (Transport Canada) licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME licence â€śEâ€?rating) is responsible for certification of aircraft electrical and electronics systems after the completion of maintenance, inspection, repair or replacement.
The Aviation Technician â€?Avionics Maintenance (â€śEâ€?option) program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to start your career as an aircraft maintenance technician. â€śEâ€?category graduate technicians perform tasks/activities associated with the maintenance and repair of aircraft communication, navigation and data systems.
The program is Transport Canada (TC) accredited for experience and exam credit towards the issue of an AME licence, and is accredited by the Canadian Council of Aviation &, Aerospace (CCAA) as meeting the national occupational standard for avionics maint... [Read More]
Canadore CollegeTraining Centre/Campus:
North Bay, Ontario, CanadaPhone No.:
Aircraft Maintenance (Diploma)Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment V
Train hands-on on actual aircraft! The aviation industry is growing, and skilled professionals are in high demand. Learn to troubleshoot vital aircraft components and systems, including the engine, hydraulics, flight control, avionics and landing gear, to ensure that an aircraft is airworthy. Study the challenging complexities of fixed and rotary wing aircraft while gaining the theoretical skills you need for apprenticeship employment.
The program is approved by Transport Canada and CCAA (Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace).
What You Learn
â€˘Aerodynamics - fixed wing and rotary
â€˘Gas turbine and reciprocating engines
â€˘Aircraft aluminum structures and repairs
â€˘Aircraft handling and taxiing
â€˘Composite structures and repairs
â€˘Communication and navigation systems
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