Private Pilot Theory for Managers
Unit code: HES1920A
|Credit points||12.5 Credit Points|
|Contact hours||108 Hours (nominally 9 hours per week)|
Bachelor of Aviation (Management), Bachelor of Aviation/ Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Aviation (Management)Bachelor of Aviation ( M055N)Bachelor of Aviation (Management)
Aims and objectives
After successfully completing this unit you should be able to:
1. Explain the environmental, engineering, procedural and personal factors that impact on flying operations at the Private Pilot level.
Generic skills outcomes
- Analysis skills,
- Problem solving skills,
- Ability to tackle unfamiliar problems, and
- Ability to work independently
- Aircraft general knowledge
- Flight rules and air law
- Radio telephony
- Aeroplane type knowledge
- Operational performance and flight planning
- Human performance and limitations
Tait B, 2008, VFR [Day] Study Guide for the CASA Private Pilot Licence Examination, Issue 12, Bob Tait’s Aviation School, Redcliff
Tait B, 2008, VFR (Day) Study Guide for Student Pilots – BAK including Human Performance and Limitations, Issue 14, Bob Tait’s Aviation School, Redcliff
Robson D, Waddell M, Buttner H, & Dyer J, 2008, Flight Radio for Pilots VFR Operations, 7th edn, Aviation Theory Centre, Cheltenham
Tait B, 2008, Human Performance and Limitations, Issue 6, Bob Tait’s Aviation School, Redcliff
Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Civil Aviation Orders, Regulations, (as amended from time to time).
Department of Science and Technology (Bureau of Meteorology), Manual of Aviation Meteorology, 1st edn, Australian Government Publishing Services, 2003.
Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Aeronautical Information Publication. (as amended from time to time).
Civil Aviation Safety Authority, Operational Notes (CASA), NDB, VOR and DME.