A twenty-week EASA Certified course demonstrating techniques to evaluate fixed wing aircraft and helicopters for FAA/EASA certification. The course contains the EASA Category 2 training requirements as per Part FCL. Training includes flight time in various aircraft/helicopters. Performance, flying qualities, systems, and the accompanying FAA/EASA certification procedures are emphasized.
Depending on the customers needs the course can be taken in one of three options: The standard fixed wing aircraft track that includes light / medium propeller and jet aircraft; The standard rotary wing track that includes single/multi engine helicopters; and an EASA Basic Category 2 light aircraft track that only utilizes propeller aircraft under 2000kg except for one Part 25 aircraft flight (the EASA Basic Cat 2 track is subject to availability).
The course includes six mandatory modules over the twenty weeks. Students will attend academic classes with NTPS Professional Course students. This course is approved for approximately 30 credit hours towards a NTPS Master of Science degree program for qualified students.
There is an option to add-on 3 weeks for T&E 4105 Modern Flight Controls and Variable Stability aircraft.
ITAR notice does not apply to Light Aircraft Track option.