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Aviation Management Certificate

Back again for 2024, Brandon Flight Centre and Assiniboine Community College are teaming up to offer students a Certificate in Aviation Management.  This two-year program, open to both domestic and international applicants, takes students from the ground up and launches them into an exciting career in the aviation industry.  

Students will graduate with a Commercial Pilot License, a minimum of 200 hours of flight time and valuable business knowledge to set you up for success no matter where your career takes you.  Courses include Transport Canada flight training from first flight to the completion of your Commercial Pilot License.  Customize your future with additional ratings and training upon graduation to create the career path right for you. 

Graduates will not only be safety conscious and effective pilots, but also valuable community members, crew leaders and innovators to the future of aviation and aerospace in Canada and around the world. 

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Final application Deadline

June 30th, 2024

All deposits due August 1, 2024

  • Grade 12 diploma or equivalent

  • English 40S & Math 40S  

  • Physics 40 is recommended but not required

  • Category 1 Aviation Medical 

International Students

Foreign Students

  • Grade 12 diploma or equivalent

    • Official Transcript must be included

  • IELTS score of 6.5 overall with no section under 6.0 

  • Category 1 Aviation medical 

Information for international students  here.

Advanced Placement  

The Aviation Management Certificate is designed for students with no previous flight experience.  Students with flight training hours must complete a flight review to customize their training plan.  Advanced placement students will be given credit for a maximum of 45 flight hours and will be required to complete BFC ground school.

Q & A session on the Aviation Management Certificate Program

More questions to be posted here as they arrive. Thank you everyone for joining us!

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Entry requirements

Canadian Students

Term 1
September 2023
Private Pilot Ground School
Intro to Flight
Restricted Radio Operator Training 
Emergencies & Diversions
Software Navigation
Math for Pilots 1
Professional Communication

Term 2
January 2024

Cross Country Operations
150 NM Cross Country 
Private Pilot Flight Test
Project Management
Intercultural Awareness & Citizenship 

Stress Management
Leadership & Delegation

 

Term 3
September 2024

Commercial Ground School
Night Flying 
Instrument Flying
Airline Management
Basics of Engines & Electronics
French for Flight services
Personal & Business Ethics

 

Term 4
January 2025

Advanced Navigational Flying
Commercial Pilot Flight Test
Aviation Policy Application
Math For Pilots 2
PR & Community Relations

Winter survival training* TBD

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