ATPL (H) Theory
The teaching of 650 hours of theory takes place under the guidance of experienced instructors in the form of self-study, consultations and progress tests. The course prepares students to pass the ATPL theory exams at the Czech Civil Aviation Authority (or another authority within the EASA states). You can find detailed information about the current requirements for exams on the CAA website www.caa.cz. Consultations take place face-to-face or online with professional instructors in Czech or English language.
The course begins with an initial meeting that lasts approximately 2 hours. You will receive an information about the course content, the schedule of the course and consultations and the certificate issuing system. You will also get an access to the Aviationexam question database and eTextbooks. You will also receive basic information about CAA exams.
The initial meeting can take place both remotely (online) and face-to-face in a classroom at CATC.
- PPL licence
- Ability to communicate in English at level B2 (ICAO Level 4)
650 hours (approx. 8-9 months). For CPL, IR holders, experience gained can be credited.
Content of the course
- Air law
- Aircraft general Knowledge – airframe, systems and powerplant
- Aircraft general Knowledge – Instrumentation
- Mass and balance
- Flight planning and monitoring
- Performance – Helicopter
- Human performance and limitations
- General navigation
- Radio navigation
- Operational procedures
- Principles of flight
- Knowledge, skills and attitudes (KSA)
Are you working, studying or otherwise busy? We have a solutiuon for you. The course is in the form of self-study followed by consultations in the form of face-to-face or online consultations.
Out of a total of 650 hours, 154 hours are consultations with CATC instructors. So you complete an average of 16-20 hours of consultation per month. We try to schedule consultations at CATC mainly over the weekend or in the afternoon so as to allow students with time constraints to study.
Already during the course, CATC will issue a partial certificate of successful completion of completed subjects upon your request. You can start taking exams at the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA/ÚCL) already during the course.