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RVAC - CPL Flight Rules and Air Law (CLWA)
Apr 26

RVAC - CPL Flight Rules and Air Law (CLWA)

Registrations Closed
Date & Time
26 April 2024 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Timezone
(UTC+10:00) Australia/Victoria

Registrations Are Closed

Course Description

The CPL Flight Rules and Air Law (CLWA) course is designed to provide aspiring commercial pilots with a comprehensive understanding of flight rules and air law regulations. This course is essential for individuals pursuing a Commercial Pilot License (CPL) and aiming to build a solid foundation of knowledge regarding aviation laws and regulations governing airspace.

During this course, students will delve into various topics related to flight rules and air law, exploring both theoretical concepts and practical applications.

The course material will cover a range of subjects, including but not limited to:

  1. Aviation Regulations: Students will gain an in-depth understanding of the aviation regulatory framework, including national and international regulations governing air traffic, aircraft operations, and aviation safety.

  2. Airspace Classification and Usage: Students will learn about the different classes of airspace, their characteristics, and the specific rules and requirements associated with each. They will also explore airspace restrictions, clearances, and communications.

  3. Flight Planning and Navigation: This section focuses on flight planning procedures, including route selection, meteorological considerations, NOTAMs (Notices to Airmen), and performance planning. Students will also learn about navigation aids and instruments, as well as electronic navigation systems.

  4. Aerodrome Operations: Students will gain knowledge of aerodrome operations, including procedures for takeoff, landing, and taxiing. They will also explore the rules and guidelines related to aerodrome markings, lighting, and signage.

  5. Rules of the Air: This module covers the fundamental rules that govern the behavior of aircraft in flight. Students will learn about right-of-way rules, airspace separation, visual flight rules (VFR), instrument flight rules (IFR), and emergency procedures.

  6. Aviation Safety and Human Factors: Understanding the importance of aviation safety is crucial for every pilot. This segment focuses on safety management systems, accident investigation, human performance and limitations, crew resource management, and risk assessment.

Throughout the course, students will engage in practical exercises, case studies, and discussions to reinforce their understanding of flight rules and air law concepts. They will also have the opportunity to apply their knowledge through simulated scenarios and real-world examples.

Event Type
Theory Course
Event Location
Cnr First Avenue and Bundoora Parade
Moorabbin Airport VIC 3194
Venue Phone
03 8586 7777
Contact Details
Ms Deborah Fanning
Deborah.Fanning@rvac.com.au

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