Professional Aviation Pilot Practice (Helicopter) (Helicentre Aviation Academy) BSc Honours

Middlesex University
En London (Inglaterra)

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  • Bachelor's degree
  • London (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    3 Years
  • Cuándo:
    Octubre
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The BSc (Hons) Professional Aviation Pilot Practice (Helicopter) is a programme for helicopter pilots delivered through a partnership between the Helicentre Aviation Academy (HAA) and the Institute for Work Based Learning at Middlesex University. The degree gives you the opportunity to gain academic credit and a qualification based on your technical and practical flying training and early career practice. The partnership also works with wider industry support from the Aviation Skills Partnership



Helicentre Aviation Academy is a well established Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Approved Helicopter Training Organistion and Commercial Helicopter Operator based at Leicester Airport and specialising in Utility Operations and Commercial Air Transport. The Academy also specialises in placement of selected graduates into flying roles within the company as well as the...

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

Requisitos: Interviews, entrance tests, portfolios and auditions Candidates who are successfully shortlisted will be invited to attend a formal Assessment Day at Helicentre Aviation Academy premises in Leicester. Entry to the programme is conditional on passing assessment at interview stage.

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Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

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Octubre
London
The Burroughs, NW4 4BT, London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Management
Credit
Basic
IT
Basic IT training
Basic IT
Pilot
University
Aviation
IT Management
Aviation Academy
Aviation Training
Practitioner
Professional Practice
Navigation
Aircraft
Pilot Aviation
Air Safety
Air Environment
Flight Operations
Helicopter
Helicentre Aviation

Programa académico

At the start of the programme you will join HAA and proceed through Initial training, Ground School and Flying Training. You will be examined in accordance with Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) regulations at the appropriate points and awarded academic credit for completion of:

The CAA Initial theory, flying to PPL (H) level and CPL (H) Theoretical Knowledge units of study which have been embedded within four Level 4 University modules – Initial Theoretical Aviation Knowledge (Helicopter), Introduction to Helicopter Flying, Flight Operations (Helicopter) and Aircraft and Air Environment (Helicopter)
The phases of Flying Training which have been embedded within three Level 5 University modules Basic Flying 1 (Helicopter), Basic Flying 2 (Helicopter) and Advanced Flying (Helicopter) leading to the issue of your CPL (H) licence
On completion of the CPL (H) course and the issue of your licence you will take the Professional Orientation module, which combines a CRM course with university study. This will complete Level 5 of the programme.

You will then proceed either to the Flight Instructor Course or to employment with an operator, selecting appropriate modules from the Level 6 options to complete your degree programme.

If you elect to progress to the Flight Instructor (FI) course with HAA you will pursue Route A of the degree programme at Level 6. Two university modules encompass the FI course, Flight Instruction (Helicopter) and Flight Instruction Standardisation (Helicopter). Once you are qualified as an instructor you will continue in employment and complete the remaining two University modules, Evaluating and Managing Risks and Threat and Error Management, which relate to your operational practice and employer based training undertaken during the first 6 months of your instructing career.

If, on achievement of your CPL (H), you proceed directly to employment as a helicopter pilot with an operator, you will follow Route B to complete the degree programme. Two modules, Aircraft Specifics (Helicopter) and Airline Orientation and Integration, relate to entry to employment with a specific operator and detailed content of these modules will be determined in consultation with the employing operator. The remaining two University modules, Evaluating and Managing Risks and Threat and Error Management, relate to your operational practice and employer based training undertaken during the first year of your operational flying career.

BSc (Hons) Professional Aviation Pilot Practice (Helicopter)
Level 4
Level 5
Level 6
Initial Theoretical Aviation Knowledge (Helicopter)

20 credits
Basic Flying 1 (Helicopter)

30 credits
Route A

Option:

Flight Instruction (Helicopter)

30 credits
Route B

Option:

Aircraft Specifics (Helicopter)

30 credits
Introduction to Helicopter Flying

20 credits
Basic Flying 2 (Helicopter)

30 credits
Route A

Option:

Flight Instruction Standardisation

(Helicopter)

30 credits
Route B

Option:

Airline Orientation and Integration

30 credits
Flight Operations (Helicopter)

40 credits
Advanced Flying (Helicopter)

40 credits
Routes A and B

Evaluating and Managing Risks

40 credits
Aircraft and Air Environment (Helicopter)

40 credits
Professional Orientation

(Helicopter)

20 credits
Routes A& B

Threat and Error Management

20 credits
120 credits
120 credits
120 credits

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FEES
Standard Undergraduate tuition fees plus additional charges for flying experience (£62,950 £72,950)
FEES INTERNATIONAL
Standard international undergraduate tuition fees plus additional charges for flying experience (£62,950 £72,950)