Exclusive ATPL Full Time In-House Course

Course Requirements

You must hold an ICAO PPL Licence.

Description

The CATS full time in-house course is a unique opportunity to complete the 14 EASA ATPL theoretical knowledge exams in only five months at our Luton HQ.

The course is run Monday to Friday, 09:30 - 17:30. Students are expected to attend every lecture as well as complete tasks such as progress tests in home study. Tried and tested over 10 years, the CATS 3-stage system is the perfect balance for students.

Students take an on-line questionaire that allows us to work out the students starting ability so we can ensure they make it to the expected standard required by airlines, this is done with 121 coaching as well as group exercises etc.

To enhance learning, numerous field trips are made, as well as social trips to encourage team building. We invite all potential students to visit and talk with current students and staff, so you can be completely comfortable with this important next step in your career.

There are 14 subjects covered, grouped as follows:

STAGE 1 (6 WEEKS)

Human Performance & Limitations
Air Law & ATC Procedures
Operational Procedures
VFR Communications
IFR Communications
Meteorology

STAGE 2 (8 WEEKS)

Principles of Flight
Performance
Flight Planning
General Navigation
Mass & Balance

STAGE 3 (6 WEEKS)

Aircraft General Knowledge
Instrumentation
Radio Navigation

Course Media

The In-House courses include a feature-rich online web-based training system and offline iPad Application.


Course Pricing

ATPL Full Time


ATPL In-House Groundschool Dates

Nov
08
ATPL In-House
Stage 1
Mon, 08th Nov 2021 - Fri, 17th Dec 2021
CATS Luton
Jan
10
ATPL In-House
Stage 2
Mon, 10th Jan 2022 - Fri, 18th Mar 2022
CATS Luton
Mar
28
ATPL In-House
Stage 3
Mon, 28th Mar 2022 - Fri, 13th May 2022
CATS Luton
May
30
ATPL In-House
Stage 1
Mon, 30th May 2022 - Fri, 15th Jul 2022
CATS Luton
Aug
01
ATPL In-House
Stage 2
Mon, 01st Aug 2022 - Fri, 07th Oct 2022
CATS Luton
Oct
17
ATPL In-House
Stage 3
Mon, 17th Oct 2022 - Fri, 02nd Dec 2022
CATS Luton

Contact us

CATS, 110 Butterfield,
Luton, LU2 8DL
+44 (0) 1582 434 222

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