Get the right preparation for your pilot career with our in-depth course covering the 7 units of CPL theory. We offer face-to-face or online delivery methods to suit your lifestyle.
Prepare For Your Career As A Pilot
A Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) is the starting point for your pilot career. Building on the knowledge and skills you have perfected throughout your RPL and PPL training, during the CPL you will learn more advanced flight techniques and procedures in preparation for taking on professional work as a pilot.
Our Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) Theory course is conducted by experienced flight instructors, giving you the detailed preparation you need to be able to successfully pass your CASA exams and start your practical CPL flight training with a solid understanding of the required concepts. A solid knowledge base helps to save money in your practical flight training by reducing the need for extra flying hours.
Learn Wherever You Are
The CPL Theory course is offered in 3 different delivery methods, to cater for student pilots with busy lives or who are unable to attend our Moorabbin Airport training base in person. Our course options include:
1. Face to Face: Scheduled group classes taught at Learn To Fly’s state-of-the-art training facility in Melbourne, with another 3 additional instructor theory hours included.
2. Online Live: Scheduled group classes presented using the Zoom Meeting online platform, with another 2 additional online instructor theory hours included.
3. Online Subscription: All classes available by secure student portal to watch at your own pace, with discounted instructor theory hours available for extended learning.
Contact us to discuss which option best suits you.
See why there’s no better place to learn to fly.
“Having a solid CPL theory foundation will not just help you to pass the exams – it will make you a better pilot. Sometimes things taught in the air might not stick in your mind as much because there are so many other things to focus on at that moment. The LTF instructors make sure students have a good understanding of every topic, and they even go beyond the syllabus to relate the content to real life situations they’ve experienced as a pilot.” Kenny Won from South Korea