Essential Step For Your Aviation Career
An Instrument Rating is a must-have for any aspiring pilot seriously considering a successful career in aviation and is a compulsory requirement for becoming an airline pilot. The AVI50519 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating) course covers CASA syllabus and includes instrument training on our full cockpit ALSIM AL42 flight simulator as well as practical flight training in both single and multi-engine aircraft.
At Learn To Fly Melbourne, we provide students with a flexible learning environment where they will experience a diverse range of flight training activities in accordance with regulatory requirements and delivery of the course syllabus. Training is conducted by experienced instructors in modern aircraft, at our state-of-the-art training facility at Moorabbin Airport in Melbourne.
RTO Code: 45684 CRICOS Provider: 03913A
To Fly in Any Conditions
Mastering your instruments and obtaining an Instrument Rating will allow you to act as Pilot In Command (PIC) for departure, flight, and arrival without visual reference or in marginal weather and light conditions under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Being able to fly regardless of conditions greatly increases your pilot career options.
Instrument Rating training takes a minimum of 40 flying hours, which includes 20 hours of flight simulator training and 20 hours of practical flight training. During the course, you will be taught and assessed in navigation aid tracking, instrument approaches, emergency procedures, take-off procedures and landing procedures.
To be able to commence this course, you must already hold a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL).
Schedule a meeting with us to discuss your aviation goals and whether this is the best course for you.
AVI50519 Diploma of Aviation
Upon completion of the Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating) course, students will have gained the minimum experience which is required as a baseline for the aviation industry. This competency will allow students to fly as an IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) pilot in a multi-engine aircraft, and fly in reduced minima as set out in the approach and departure procedures.
Study mode: Mixed (Face-to-Face & Online)
Availability: Moorabbin (Melbourne, VIC)
Flight Training Hours: 40
Duration: 12 weeks | Full Time | 20 Hours A Week
Intake For 2020: AUG, OCT, DEC
Cost: AUD $31,875
Prerequisites: Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL), IELTS 5.5 (International Students only)
RTO Code: 45684
CRICOS Code: 03913A
Refund Policy: refer to Student Handbooks
Grievance Policy: refer to Student Handbooks
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RTO CODE: 45684
CRICOS Code: 03913A
See why there’s no better place to learn to fly.
Chunki (Peter) Cheung
“Having an Instrument Rating not only allows you to fly in more weather conditions – learning how to operate under IFR broadens your aviation knowledge and gives you a competitive advantage when applying to airlines. Learn To Fly goes above and beyond to help you succeed and be prepared for your career. They also offer you the option of training in a Diamond DA42 or Piper Seminole aircraft” – Chun Ki Cheung, Past Student & Current Grade 3 Flight Instructor