Final acceptance into the program is contingent upon satisfactory medical records filed with the College. This includes a photocopy of a Transport Canada Category I medical certificate and a photocopy of a Canadian birth certificate or a Citizenship document showing date of birth. The Category 1 medical may be obtained from any Canadian Aviation Medical Examiner. A list of doctors isavailable on Transport Canada`s web site. Note: Upon arrival to the College, the originals of these documents must be produced in order to facilitate licencing. For students who currently hold a Canadian Pilot Licence or Permit, a copy of the Licence/Permit must be submitted. Students must renew their Category I medical certificate prior to writing the Transport Canada Commercial Written exam in Semester 5. Due to the Canadian Air Regulations (CARs) and the College`s aircraft manufacturer`s specifications, all pilots are required to adhere to weight and balance restrictions. These weight restrictions are accessible in the manufacturer`s pilot operating handbook, copies of which are readily accessible at both the College and College airport hangar locations.
Proof of English Language Proficiency - Only those applicants who have not studied in an English speaking secondary school for a minimum of 3 years are required to successfully complete the Transport Canada Aviation Language Proficiency Test (English). This test is administered by some flying clubs or flight schools. Final acceptance into the program is contingent on successfully completion of the above requirement for the above mentioned applicants.
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