Our PPL Exams for overseas students is specifically designed for those whom English is not a first or native language. The course is identical in content to our standard 4 day PPL ground school course, except it is taught at a reduced pace to maximise your learning and enjoyment.
This course teaches you the theoretical and practical knowledge of aerodynamics, load factor, stalling, the four forces, flight controls, effects of weight, altitude & temperature for given aerial manoeuvres as well as comprehensive information related to stall and spin characteristics of typical light training aircraft.
During our Navigation course, we aim to teach you every element of the theory underlying the pilot navigators art effectively and enjoyably. In order specifically to meet the PPL Navigation Ground School 'theoretical knowledge' requirements, our course also includes basic theory instruction in radio navigation aids.
The Great Circles IMC Theory course will enable you to prepare for the ground examination and practical flying test for the IMC Rating more thoroughly, effectively and enjoyably than is possible using traditional study methods. The course also offers an excellent grounding in the theory and practice of instrument flying for those pilots embarking on a full Instrument Rating course.