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PPL & CPL Ground Studies
Aviation Planet Training offers several ground school packages for PPL and CPL. Individual training is also available if you prefer one-to-one tuition and our classroom based courses and brush-up courses before exams ensure we are there when you need us.
- If you prefer the one-to-one approach, or if you just need some help with a particular topic, our professional instructors are available for individual tuition sessions when you need extra support.
- We have intensive revision weeks at our center to consolidate your learning, correct any misunderstandings and prepare you for the exams.
- In addition to the mandatory revision weeks, we offer additional accelerator sessions, these will be conducted in house at your Aviation Planet office and can be setup through our operations team. These sessions are designed to accelerate your learning not to teach you the subject. For more information call your Aviation Planet office.
- Be at least 16 years of age
- Shall have passed class Ten or equivalent examination
- Be able to read, speak, and understand the English language
PPL Ground Studies
The PPL contains the following subjects:
- Composite (Air Regulations, Air Navigation, Aviation Meteorology)
- Technical General (Aircraft and Engines)
- Technical Specific
- RTR (Radio Telephony Restricted)
CPL Ground Studies
Aviation Planet Training offers several ground school packages for CPL. Individual training is also available if you prefer one-to-one tuition and our classroom based courses and brush-up courses before exams ensure we are there when you need us. The CPL contains the following subjects:
- Air Regulations
- Air Navigation
- Technical General
- Technical Specific
- Radio Telephony (R)
03 -05 Months
Your CPL theory course with Aviation Planet will be as part of your modular path to becoming a professional pilot. It will take around five to eight months to complete. There are six exams to be passed for the CPL, some more difficult than others. Progress is recorded through a series of short quizzes for each lesson (which require 100% to pass), as well as larger progress tests to conclude each significant section.