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Aviation Management certificate

Back again and better than ever, 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 including 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. 

*Based on our standardized curriculum. Students who vary from that curriculum will be charged for their actual flight training hours at the published hourly rate in effect at that time. 

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Final Application deadline for domestic students is

June 30th 2024.

Deposit is due at time of acceptance

and no later than

August 1, 2024

  • Grade 12 diploma or equivalent

    • unofficial transcript required to apply, official transcript needed before August 1st to finalize enrolment. 

  • English 40S required

  • Math 40S required 

  • Physics 40  recommended but not required

  • Category 1 Aviation Medical 

Canadian Students

International Students

Entry requirements

International Students

Final application deadline for International students is

March 30, 2024

 

Deposit is due at time of acceptance

and no later than 

May 30th, 2024

  • Grade 12 diploma or equivalent

    • official transcript must be included​

  • English 40S required

  • Math 40S required 

  • Physics 40  recommended but not required

  • minimum IELTS Academic score of 6.5 with no band under 6.0

  • Category 1 Aviation Medical 

Additional Information for international students can be found  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.  Most advance placement students choose to add the Instructor Rating or Multi IFR rating to their final term to maximize their career options upon graduation. Speak to the Program Coordinator to choose the best option for you. 

Please find the tuition and Payment schedule for the 2023 intake below. Please note that the 2024 intake is expected to have slightly different prices which will be available shortly. 

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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Courses

Course schedule and content is subject to change. Flight training takes place at Brandon Flight Centre, academic courses are located at Assiniboine Community College. 

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Term 1

Private Pilot Air Law & General Knowledge

Introduction to Flight

Restricted Radio Operator -Aeronautics

Software Navigation

Professional Communication

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Term 3

Commercial Air Law & General Knowledge

Human Factors

Commercial Instrument & Night Flying

French For Flight Services

Leadership and Delegation

PR & Community Relations

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Term 2

Private Pilot Navigation & Meteorology

Private Pilot Navigation

Marketing Principles

Project management

Intercultural Awareness & Citizenship

Stress Management

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Term 4

Commercial Navigation & Meteorology

Winter Survival Training

Commercial Cross Country Flying

Aviation Policy Applications

Airline Management

Personal & Busines Ethics

Engines & Electronics

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