Oxford CBT - PPL Airlaw & Operational Procedures

Oxford CBT - PPL Airlaw & Operational Procedures

Code : 3620
This Air Law course covers international (ICAO) as well as UK Air Law and Rules of the Air. Thus, the course provides ideal preparation for exercising your PPL privileges anywhere in the world.
£43.00
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This Air Law course covers international (ICAO) as well as UK Air Law and Rules of the Air. Thus, the course provides ideal preparation for exercising your PPL privileges anywhere in the world.   This excellent new Ground Study training course has been created in partnership with Oxford Aviation and Transair Pilot Shop. It is a classroom quality, interactive, multi-media training solution, which is designed to radically improve standard teaching methods by using brilliant 2D & 3D graphics, animations and photographs with written and spoken instruction.

 

All subjects are taught using the latest computer based training technology (CBT) enabling you to learn more effective and enjoyable than ever before. The depth and scope of all subjects covered meet the syllabus requirements of the JAR-FCL PPL and the NPPL. The CBT is graphically rich, comprising countless full colour photos and diagrams. There are also numerous animations which aim to teach you the more difficult concepts. All lessons are accompanied by a full audio teach and all chapters have multiple choice, self-assessment questions which allow you to check your progress through the course and to make your own judgement on your readiness to sit the actual examination. In following this JAA PPL CBT theoretical knowledge course, you will benefit from Oxford Aviation Trainings unsurpassed teaching expertise and from the Schools considerable experience of having successfully prepared thousands of students for JAA theory examinations.

 

Wherever you fly, as private pilots, you will be sharing the air with thousands of your fellow aviators who will be flying many different types of aircraft such as jet-airliners, helicopters, balloons, light aircraft, military fighters, gliders and micro-lights. Some parts of that airspace will be under the formal control of air traffic control units; other parts of the airspace will be uncontrolled. Like any community, the world of aviation is governed by laws and regulations. And, as in any field of human activity, if you are to become an effective, safe and responsible member of the aviation community, you must know your Air Law and abide by its precepts.

 

Because aviation is an activity that is global in scope, Air Law applies internationally as well as nationally. Organisations such as the International Civil Aviation Organisation, ICAO, lay down regulations and procedures which, to a very great extent, are enshrined in the national legislation of ICAOs member countries, including the United Kingdom, and in the rules of other multi-national authorities such as the Joint Aviation Authorities.

 

The introduction of the Joint Aviation Authorities (JAA) Private Pilot Licence has brought with it a change in the way Air Law is examined. First of all, the new theoretical examination now includes the subject Operational Procedures. Secondly, and more fundamentally, as there are over 30 member nations of the JAA, mainly European, you are now just as likely to be asked questions on ICAO procedures as on procedures applicable to United Kingdom airspace alone. The main development, then, has been to place greater emphasis on testing your knowledge of Air Law so that you are prepared to fly throughout Europe as well as in the UK.

 

This CBT course is designed to help you absorb, understand and retain all those aspects of Air Law that you need to master as a practising private pilot, as well as to prepare you for your theoretical examinations for the JAA PPL or the UK National PPL.

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    System Requirements
  • Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 Link to Patch
  • CPU: 1GHZ
  • RAM: 512MB
  • HDD: 100Mb
  • CD-ROM Drive: Required
  • CBT runs at: 1024 x 768px
  • NOT MAC COMPATIBLE