In the early days of aviation, aspiring airline pilots could achieve their goal by a method known as the “self-improver route”. This route was based on individuals gaining experience and hours – starting on basic aircraft - gradually working their way through the various licences until gaining an Airline Transport Pilot’s Licence (ATPL).
When harmonised pilot licensing was created, this route was formalised. The self-improver route re-emerged, as the Modular Route, thus once again allowing pilots to pursue their ATPL training by undertaking individual modules, with no restrictions as to where and when each module was completed, provided that the schools involved were certified to deliver Modular training.
Modular courses of training are designed for individuals who do not wish to undertake a fulltime course of Integrated training or who wish to ‘stagger’ their training by completing ‘Modules’ of training over a period of time.
Take the first step and enrol on a PPL in Melbourne
Pilot Careers Live - 25th November 2017
Dutch Info Session - 29th November 2017
French Info Session - 29th November 2017
Volotea First Officer Programme
Become a Pilot with CityJet and CAE
2017 European roadshows
CAE is recruiting cadets for the Generation easyJet Pilot Training Programme in partnership with the leading European airline