Vayudoot Pilot Programme is a Programme where we train students from the first step of their career till heights of the sky. We provide nation’s most meticulous training programmes in the fields of aviation.
While a college degree is not always required to get started in this career field. However, aspiring pilots can gain more relevant knowledge by enrolling in an aviation programme.
The first step after students complete their 10+2 is RTR(A) and DGCA examinations. DGCA includes Navigation, Meteorology and Regulation. After the first step students may fly to different countries ( USA, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, Los Angeles, India) to complete their flying training with their SPL, PPL and CPL.
A good pilot programme provides a plethora for the organisation to prove value and reveal deficiencies before spending significant amount of time, energy or money on a large scale project. Typically, a pilot programme begins with a proposal that lists the objectives of the pilot programme and documents how the programme will be carried out. The documentation should also provide a time-line for the pilot and metrics for how success will be determined. The time it takes to move on to an airline after you complete the professional pilot training programme will also depend on how often you fly, but most people can gain the required 1500 hours within a year or two after earning a flight instructor certificate, making your total time to go from zero to airline pilot about three to four years.
Willing to launch and learn how to start a pilot programme? After you’ve decided on the technology you want to test, you can start channelizing your programme with these steps:
SET CLEAR AIM :-
- - When you get started with your pilot, you need to be clear on your aims and objectives for the new technology and what you’re striving to fulfil
TIME MANAGEMENT :-
- - Once you’ve figured out your objectives and about the technology, you’ll need to on how will you manage the time it will need to run. Consider how long you would need to put the new technology through its routine use case, including any set up time. It is essential to make use of technology as it will normally be used in a day-to-day setting, but to also allow time to test for additional use cases or try out features that you may not need as usual. All of this testing will enable you to make a more informed decision.
EVOLVE A PLAN FOR BOARDING :-
- - The on boarding plan that you merge when you begin to run your pilot programme can be used when the technology is rolled out to the rest of the department or organization, so do not skip this step. Conduct training and resources throughout the programme to help candidates get comfortable using it. Technology has been one of the leading chauffeur until now. Your adoption rates are more likely to be positive if you have a successful pilot programme.
GAIN FEEDBACK :-
- - The pilot really is a chance for trial and error, so find out what worked and what didn’t. Especially if you plan to barge out the new technology on a large scale, you should be able to troubleshoot issues that came up during the pilot programme. The feedback from your candidates will be essential in helping to evaluate if the new technology will move forward, or if you need to find an alternative for that. Provide candidates the chance to share feedback throughout the process, as well as at the end through group discussions, surveys, or self assessment. Assessing this data, measuring alongside that how well you have reached your goals, will give you the information you need to take decision if the technology was a success and should continue to be used.
This is the first step towards achieving your dream of obtaining Commercial or Private Pilot License! If you are interested in flying aircraft, you must apply for an SPL. It is the prerequisite for flying and flying training.
Thereafter, candidates can move forward to advanced licenses like PPL, CPL. The CFI issues the SPL based on your knowledge of General Navigation, Air Regulations and Technical knowledge about the plane. This knowledge can be achieved in a month perhaps, studying a couple of hours a day. The prerequisites to apply for a Student Pilot’s License as is mentioned below:
- - MINIMUM AGE: 16 Years
- - MINIMUM EDUCATION QUALIFICATION: 10th Pass from a recognized Board/University.
- - Class II Medically Fit as per the DGCA Authorised Medical Practitioner.
The PPL training course is offered to a person who wants to become a Licensed Pilot in preparation for an advanced training programme for business transportation or wants to experience an unlimited freedom and the devotion of flying.
This course offers flight training right from the initial stage to Private Pilot’s License. On completion of this programme, a person becomes Pilot to fly an aircraft carrying passengers or cargo but not for hire, reward or remuneration. Private Pilot License course is a one year certificate course, the minimum eligibility is 10+2 from any recognized school or equivalent exam. Admission in Certificate course of Private Pilot License depend upon candidate’s performance in a relevant entrance exam and ensuing round of counselling.
Private Pilot’s License empowers the candidate to act as pilot-in-charge for an aircraft, for a private sport and not for indemnity. After passing the certificate programme, candidates can get job opportunities in both sectors such as Indian Airlines, Air India, Indigo, etc. The Private Pilot Training programme is basically suited for flying devotees, for hobby fliers or for the individuals who approach an individual airplane.
A commercial Pilot License holder can act as a Pilot in Command of any aircraft entered on his/her license. This license issued is valid internationally. He / She can be employed as pilot in Government and Civil airlines or in Private / Corporate companies / Flying clubs and has wide variety of career opportunities. Candidates can move forward to advanced licenses like PPL, CPL. Conversion flights hold Indian CPL License according to Indian DGCA Rules and Regulations.
We also conduct separate Ground classes for Navigation, Meteorology and Regulation. Submission of Class II Medical Certificate (Indian) from a designated medical practitioner. It is necessary to have Class I Medical for the issue of Commercial Pilot License. Candidates must be able to converse in English. The course is of full time. We provide Ground studies, Flying training (Single Engine and Multi Engine), Simulator, DGCA examinations. Candidates who have 10+2 certificate with Physics and Mathematics will be eligible for Commercial Pilot License in India and can apply for this programme as well.
We prepare you in all respects for your airline interview panel. Your half of the work is done if you’ve got to the interview. Now you are supposed to assure the recruiters that you are the right person the for the job. Therefore, We hold your hands till the complete journey of your Aviation career. Airline pilot interview have developed dramatically over the last decade. In recent days the interview team will basically consist of at least one member of the human resources department and representatives of flight operations.
We provide training for the modern airline interview which is now centered around the behavioural based concept evolved by human resource teams around the world and can apparently have very less to do with theoretical concept.
- - FIX TIME: This is a technical interview so you need to stick to your books tight. Instead of spending time more in social media, spend at least one hour in the morning to study. The morning schedule is so important because your intention is to get hired. Preparing for the same with keen interest can show you powerful results with a great impact.
- - PRACTICAL STUDY: Whatever you study, practice that by speaking out loud in front of your audience ( Parents, friends, etc.) . Answers that you prepare for your interview should be precise and catchy so that no kind of cross questioning occurs.
- - GROOMING: Grooming is a must in an airline interview. That strongly shows up your personality and depict what kind of a person you are. Getting well dressed and tidy is an effortless way to look good and appealing.
- - Inculcate a daily study habit.
- - Practice interview questions out loud in front of someone.
- - Good appearance.