Candidates who are interested in applying for a place on one of our pilot training programmes should meet the following criteria:
If you meet the above criteria, we would invite you to submit an application. This application should comprise of the following documents:
Candidates should also be in a position to obtain a Class I medical before commencing training at CAE Oxford Aviation Academy Brussels. Please Contact the BAM (Brussels Aviation Medical) at +32 2 416 22 70 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
Our Selection process focuses on three major areas of competence:
Physics TestThis test is based on secondary school level physics (level comparable with 2 hours of physics per week) and takes 2 hours (20 multiple choice questions).
The holders of an academic degree are not exempted.
English TestOral, grammatical knowledge as well as vocabulary are tested.
The second part of the assessment involves the CAE Aircrew Selection System (CASS) test. This process consists of the following:
Finally the results are analyzed and a board of staff members will decide whether or not the candidate is accepted for training.
There are a number of ways that students can work to improve their skills and competences before commencing on our professional pilot training programme.
Many of the ATPL theory subjects require a knowledge of physics and mathematics so advance study of these subjects before the commencement of your course will be beneficial. This is not mandatory, but it is a step in the right direction.
Another crucial competency is English language proficiency. English is the official language of aviation so all of our courseware and training is delivered in English. A good level of English can give you a head start the day you decide to start your professional pilot training. Students looking to brush up their English language skills could get involved in international exchange programmes, undertake English language training during the holidays, complete intensive language training in school or even avail of some private lessons.
Where practical preparation is concerned, the situation is a bit more complex. Having some real flying experience can help to better understand your chosen career path, however not all experience of this type is necessarily positive. When you are choosing a flight instructor, look for one with experience of flying jet aircraft and be sure that he/she is aware that you aspire to become a professional airline pilot.
A great way to get a ‘first taste’ of real flying is to do some glider flying. We have partnerships in place with 2 glider organizations where you can get your first flying experiences during school holidays or on the weekend. CNVV and Albatros Zweefvliegclub are 2 professional Belgian glider clubs with professional instructors who will train you to think like an airline pilot. Contact them to get the special CAE Oxford Aviation Academy terms.
CAE Roadshow, Milan - 25 February 2017
CAE Roadshow, Verona - 26 February 2017
CAE Roadshow, Rome - 4 March 2017
CAE Roadshow, Naples - 5 March 2017
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