Airline Transport Pilot ATPL

COURSE OVERVIEW:
Minimum previous experience requirements are 1,500 hours total flight time, 500 hours cross country, 75 hours instrument and 100 hours night. Aviatraining.net offers both comprehensive extended and accelerated ATP courses. This course was the first course to be certified anywhere in the world by the FAA under part 142 for the ATP in a piston aircraft.

AIRCRAFT GROUND TRAINING CURRICULUM SEGMENT DESCRIPTION
AMEL piston aircraft ground training curriculum segments outline (Programmed Minimum hours)

Ground Training: 
Home study segment 10 Hours 
Ground training segment 6 Hours

OBJECTIVE OF TRAINING: 
In all cases the objective of training is to train to proficiency. The above programmed times are minimums. Upon completion of the home study segment and arrival at class, each student will be ready to enter the Ground training Segment. At the end of the ground training curriculum segment, the crewmember will be able to locate, identify, and operate all aircraft systems. The crewmember will be able to perform all normal, abnormal, and emergency operating procedures. Additionally, the crewmember will be able to demonstrate knowledge of aircraft performance, as well as systems and aircraft limitations. The applicant will be capable of satisfactorily completing the equipment examination portion of the practical test, at the end of this segment.

AIRCRAFT FLIGHT TRAINING CURRICULUM SEGMENT DESCRIPTION
Programmed Flight Training:
FTD training & Check segment  4 Hours 
(or as required for completion) 
Aircraft training & Check segment  4 Hours 
(or as required for completion)

OBJECTIVE OF FLIGHT TRAINING: 
The objective of flight training is to provide an opportunity for a flight crewmember to gain the skills and knowledge necessary to perform to a desired standard. The opportunity provides for demonstration, instruction, and practice of maneuvers and procedures (training events) pertinent to a particular aircraft and Pilot in Command position. 
At the end of the flight training curriculum, the flight crewmember will be able to operate the aircraft and perform the duties and responsibilities of pilot in command to the Airline transport practical test standards. Successful completion of flight training is validated by appropriate testing and checking.