Are you looking to complete your Approved Check Pilot (ACP) training? Our Check Pilot course for initial and recurrent Approved Check Pilots (ACPs) covers areas such as:
- Administrative Responsibilities
- ACP Delegation and Authorities
- Transport Canada Licensing Requirements
- Planning and Conducting a PPC
- Flight Test Standards
- Briefing Techniques
- IFR Rules and Procedures
- PPC Evaluating and Comments
- Crew Resource Management and Threat and Error Management
- CAL Debriefing Techniques
While other provider’s initial course length is 6 days, we offer a 4.5 day program. This allows for weekday travel to and from the course. Also, we have a perfect record for candidate completion of Transport Canada initial briefing and monitoring events.
Additionally, we provide options for simulator sessions. These sessions are required for candidates conducting rides as an ACP in simulators as a delegate of the Minister of Transportation. Numerous ex-patriot heavy jet pilots have been completing our Initial course for Type Rating Examiners (TREs) equivalency purposes overseas.
Practical simulator training is completed in full-motion simulators at Flight Safety International or CAE Aviation & Training Services in Toronto as opposed to fixed, non-motion sims on-site at other course provider offices.
Approved Check Pilot Course Dates for 2020
- February 24 – 28
- June 8 – 12
- September 21 – 25
- November 9 – 13
- February 24 – 26
- June 8 – 10
- September 21 – 23
- November 9 – 11
Initial Course: $3200 + HST
Recurrent Course: $1000 + HST
Registration starts by completing the below form. After review we will get back to you via email with a request for payment.
Please note that there are no refunds within four weeks of registered course start-date. However, 50% of paid course tuition may be applied to the next planned course date should extenuating circumstances require candidate cancellation.
We suggest the following reference materials for successful completion of our Approved Check Pilot program:
- ACP Manual Edition 10
- Instrument Procedures Manual
- CAP or Jeppesen publication examples
For inquiries please contact:
Tim Crits, ACP Course Facilitator