PPL Air Navigation Ground School Malawi
This Air Navigation Ground School is for the Malawi Private Pilot Licence curriculum. Students learn how to read aeronautical charts (maps), how to use navigation aids, as well as procedures for diversions among others. It is a prerequisite module (just as the Flight Performance & Planning and Aviation Meteorology modules) before a student can be allowed to embark on a cross-country solo flight.
As indicated in the terms and conditions which you accepted before enrolling on this course; your online PPL Air Navigation ground school access lapses automatically after 45 days, and when you:
- graduate vis-à-vis you successfully complete a course and moves on to the next level.
- are suspended or chose to terminate your training with Eastrise Aviation.
- no longer hold a valid medical certificate.
- have an outstanding balance in your student account.
This course has videos, notes and interactive content. You are strictly prohibited from sharing your login details or access to the Eastrise Aviation online ground school with anyone. Multiple (concurrent) logins are also prohibited. Violations are prosecutable under local and international law.
By the end of this course, you would have acquired the theoretical knowledge that satisfies the Air Navigation component of the Malawi Private Pilot Licence curriculum. There are eight subjects covered in the PPL course and this is just one of them. The subjects are: Principles of Flight, Flight Performance & Planning, Air Navigation, Aircraft Technical, Aviation Meteorology, Air Law, Radiotelephony, and Human Performance & Limitations. We have slightly changed some course titles to match our internal naming scheme. However, the content satisfies the Malawi PPL syllabus requirements.
You must have completed at least the Air Law, Radiotelephony, Aircraft Technical, Principles of Flight and Aviation Meteorology before enrolling in this module. We recommend taking this module last or combining it with the Flight Performance & Planning ground school course.
We assume that by now you already have a valid medical certificate and a student pilot licence. It is one of the requirements for the issuance of the student pilot licence. The other requirement is passing the Malawi air law exam at the Directorate of Civil Aviation. For the sake of simplicity, we will from now own call the Directorate “the Civil Aviation Authority” (CAA). In some cases we may call the CAA ‘the Malawi CAA’ or simply ‘the DCA.’ Let us know if you need contact details of aviation medical examiners in Malawi and we will be happy to share that information. Not every doctor is authorised to conduct aviation medical tests.
REQUIRED STUDY MATERIALS
- You will need a working internet connection that will enable you to watch videos and interactive content
- A notepad and pen for note-taking
KEYS TASK(S) AND EXAMINATIONS
You will have a 50-question timed mock exam at the end of each module in this course. We have decided to introduce you to mock exams early in the course to ensure you get used to aviation exams. This will enable you to build confidence that would be handy during the knowledge tests at the Directorate of Civil Aviation. There are 50-60 timed questions in the actual exams (knowledge tests) at the civil aviation authority. We would also like to encourage you to login our Test Prep site after completing every course to enable you practice on our mock exams. The Eastrise test engine has thousands of questions from our question banks that we believe are helpful. You can also take the free mock exams on the go on our own Flytex Pilot Exams Android App. The app syncs with your TestPrep site account so your results, exams and history can be viewed on both portals. All this is at NO additional cost — just your online ground school subscription is enough.
- Lectures 19
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 45 Days
- Skill level Elementary
- Language English GB
- Students 8
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes