AVI50415 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)
CRICOS number 091744F
Take the next step and enhance your CPL by adding a Multi-Engine Aeroplane Instrument Rating. The AVI50415 Diploma course is approximately 12 weeks in duration and provides the qualifications needed to operate a multi engine aeroplane under the instrument flight rules.
- Hold an Australian Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane)
- Hold a Class 1 Medical
- Possess at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as pilot in command (Attained during CPL training)
- Possess at least 5 hours of aeronautical experience at night as pilot of an aeroplane including at least one hour of dual flight and one hour of solo night circuits (attained during CPL training)
AWA Course Outline:
- AWA has a unique syllabus that requires full time attendance
- Complete approximately 57 hours of flight training including:
- 34 hours dual flight training in a multi-engine aircraft
- 23 hours simulator
- Each lesson consists of a pre flight briefing of up to an hour and a post flight debrief
- Each flying lesson will be 1-4 hours duration
- Ground school consists of the Instrument Rating Examination (IREX) theory course
- Multi Engine Aeroplane Class Rating and Multi Engine Instrument Rating test on completion of the course
- The AVI50415 Diploma commences with an intensive 3 week Instrument Rating Exam (IREX) theory course
Included in Course Fee:
- All flights, instructor time, briefings, landings and airways charges
- Theory books
- Jeppesen Airways Manual
- One attempt at IREX theory exam and flight test
- Instrument Rating Theory Exam (IREX) conducted at the CASA/Aspeq exam centre in Brisbane
- Multi Engine Aeroplane Class Rating
- Multi Engine Instrument Rating with 2D and 3D Instrument Approach Procedure endorsements
The AVI50415 Diploma course is approximately 12 weeks in duration and provides the qualifications needed to operate a multi engine aeroplane under the Instrument Flight Rules in most weather conditions. We teach you how to take on the challenging role of flying the aircraft during all phases of flight solely with reference to the flight instruments.
The course starts with intensive classroom theory in preparation for the Instrument Rating Theory Exam (IREX). It continues with simulated IFR flight exercises in the AL200 synthetic trainer followed by initial Multi Engine Aeroplane training in the Diamond DA42 NG. The DA42 NG this is a modern twin engine training aircraft with an advanced G1000 glass cockpit.Once the twin engine handling skills have been attained, the course continues with IFR sequences in both the DA42 NG and the Redbird FMX1000 synthetic trainer where the skills of managing cross country navigation exercises and instrument approach procedures including VOR, GPS and ILS are further developed.
The successful completion of this course results in the attainment of a Multi Engine Aeroplane Class Rating and Multi Engine Instrument Rating with 2D and 3D Instrument Approach Procedure endorsements.