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AVI50415 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)

CRICOS Provider Code: 02844F / CRICOS Course Code: 092715C

Single Engine IR

23 Training Hrs

20 Simulation Hrs

$ 16,870 / Package

Full Time:
2 Months
Part Time:
N/A

Multi-Engine IR

23 Training Hrs

20 Simulation Hrs

$ 19,070 / Package

Full Time:
2 Months
Part Time:
N/A

SE With NVFR

38 Training Hrs

17.5 Simulation Hrs

$ 21,390 / Package

Full Time:
4 Months
Part Time:
N/A

ME With NVFR

38 Training Hrs

17.5 Simulation Hrs

$ 23,590 / Package

Full Time:
4 Months
Part Time:
N/A

Pilot the Skies Both Day and Night in All Weather

Whether it be for charter or to take the right-hand seat in an airliner, the Instrument Rating is a must have for any aspiring pilot seriously considering a successful career in aviation. This rating is highly advantageous for pilots seeking careers in the airline industry as it testifies to your ability to fly day and night, under all weather conditions.

Learning Outcomes

The highly regarded Instrument Rating will have you solely rely on your wit, skills and exceptional training to safely pilot a sophisticated single or twin-engine aircraft in all weather conditions, day and night. This is a very important skill as it allows you to fly depart, transit and arrive in restricted weather.

This course will be offered in conjunction with Australian Pilot Training Alliance (APTA).

Diploma of Aviation (IR) Process

We will kickstart your course by covering a theory component. Led by experts, we will get you up to speed on the knowledge and skills that will back up your performance when you jump into the pilot’s seat.

For safety and efficiency, about half of your instrument training will be conducted in our modern synthetic trainer (simulator). Using the synthetic trainer, your instructor will guide you as you learn the correct process to navigate and conduct departures and approaches using NDB, VOR, RNAV(GNSS), ILS and LLZ aids.

In the practical flying component of your course, you will gain experience tracking and flying using navigation aids. After your instructor deems you competent in the initial instrument and navigation procedures, you will move onto to mastering instrument approaches. Finally, you will progress to the cross-country section of your training, where you will complete a series of navigation exercises.

After completing your practice hours and acquiring new confidence handling in-flight instruments, you will be ready to sit your Instrument Rating flight test. Run over 3 hours, the flight test will cover all aspects of the syllabus. A successful result in the IR flight test will give you the certification you need to fly passengers in instrument meteorological conditions.

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