The aim of the course is to obtain a CPL (H) and an IR (H).
You will need to complete at least 500 hours of theoretical knowledge training.
This theoretical knowledge course will only be sufficient for attempting CPL (H) and IR (H) theoretical knowledge examinations. If you wish to take theoretical knowledge examinations at ATPL (H) level you will need to complete additional study.
You will need to pass the CPL (H)/IR exam as a minimum to demonstrate an appropriate level of theoretical knowledge.
The total flying training requirement (above) must include the following components:
Exact hour requirements for each of these components are set out below.
You will need to complete 125 hours’ dual visual instruction.
75 hours of your dual instruction (above) must be visual instruction, which may include one of the four options below:
You will need to complete 50 hours dual instrument instruction, which may include the following hours in simulators or other aircraft categories:
Your skill test must be taken after completing the course.
You must take the CPL (H) skill test on either a single- or multi-engine helicopter and take the IR (H) skill test on an IFR multi-engine helicopter.
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