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Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP)

For skilled immigrants and international student graduates who want to permanently live in:

New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, or Prince Edward Island

This program will open in early March 2020.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is for skilled immigrants and international student graduates who want to permanently live in:

  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Nova Scotia
  • Prince Edward Island

To apply, you need a job offer from a designated employer in an Atlantic province. With the support of your employer, a settlement service provider organization will help you and your family settle in Canada.

If you are applying as a student graduate, you also must have graduated from a publicly-funded institution in one of those provinces.

Publicly-funded institutions list

Institution Province
Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick New Brunswick
Maritime College of Forest Technology New Brunswick
Mount Allison University New Brunswick
New Brunswick College of Craft and Design New Brunswick
New Brunswick Community College New Brunswick
Saint Thomas University New Brunswick
Université de Moncton New Brunswick
University of New Brunswick & University of New Brunswick Saint Jean New Brunswick
College of the North Atlantic Newfoundland
Memorial University of Newfoundland Newfoundland
Acadia University Nova Scotia
Atlantic School of Theology Nova Scotia
Cape Breton University Nova Scotia
Dalhousie University Nova Scotia
Mount Saint Vincent University Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia College of Art and Design Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia Community College Nova Scotia
Saint Francis Xavier University Nova Scotia
Saint Mary’s University Nova Scotia
Université Sainte-Anne Nova Scotia
University of Kings College Nova Scotia
Collège de l’Île Prince Edward Island
Holland College Prince Edward Island
University of Prince Edward Island Prince Edward Island

Up to 2,000 applicants will be accepted in 2020.

BACKGROUNDER:

Context

As the first key initiative under the Atlantic Growth Strategy, three new employer-driven permanent residence immigration programs have been created under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot. The goal of the three-year Pilot is to help attract and retain skilled immigrants in Atlantic Canada.

With a shrinking labour force and ageing population, immigration of skilled workers is required to meet pressing labour market needs and to ensure long-term economic growth and continued success for Atlantic Canada.

All principal applicants arriving in Canada under the Pilot will have a job offer from a designated employer and an individualized settlement plan for them and their family. A job and settlement support are key to having newcomers succeed and stay in the region.

Starting in early March, 2020, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will begin accepting permanent resident applications for the Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs. In 2020, a total of up to 2000 applications, which include the skilled worker and any family member coming with them, will be accepted for these programs.

How it works

In an innovative first, employers will be required to work with settlement service provider organizations to help newcomers to Canada integrate into their new communities in Atlantic Canada so they stay there long-term and help grow the economy in the region.

Often, economic immigrants that come to Canada don’t necessarily have a job offer or a settlement plan in place before they arrive. Under this Pilot, every principal applicant will come to Atlantic Canada with a job offer and an individualized settlement plan for themself and their family, connecting them to services known to support successful integration.

Once a designated employer finds a skilled immigrant who meets their employment needs and the program criteria, they will need to first offer them a job.

In many cases a Labour Market Impact Assessment is needed for immigration purposes to show that no Canadian worker is available to do the job. To help address the pressing labour market needs of the Atlantic region, employers will not need to get a Labour Market Impact Assessment for jobs they offer to skilled workers under these new pilot programs.

After accepting the job, the employer will connect the skilled immigrant with a designated settlement service provider organization for a needs assessment and to develop a settlement plan. Employers will also support the long-term integration of the newcomer and their family so they can reach the goals of their settlement plan once they arrive in Canada.

Starting in March 2020, employers that need to fill an immediate job vacancy will also have access to a temporary work permit so the skilled immigrant and their family can come to Canada right away. To qualify for this temporary work permit, the skilled immigrants will need a valid job offer, a letter from the province and a commitment to apply for permanent residence within 90 days of the temporary work permit application.

To help determine the success of the Pilot, ongoing reporting by employers, settlement service provider organizations and provinces to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada will be in place. Details on reporting requirements will be available later in 2020.

Employer designation process

The Atlantic provinces are now accepting applications from employers that would like to hire skilled immigrants under the Pilot. Employers with locations in multiple Atlantic provinces will require separate a designation for each province.

To become designated, employers must meet certain requirements, including a commitment to support the newcomer and their family as they integrate into their new life in Atlantic Canada.

Employers can visit the websites below for information on how to apply to become a designated employer under the Pilot.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot programs

Atlantic Intermediate-skilled Program (AISP) Atlantic High-skilled Program (AHSP) Atlantic International Graduate Program (AIGP)
Job Offer from a designated employer Full time
Indeterminate
NOC 0, A, B or C
Full time
Indeterminate
NOC 0, A, B or C
Full time
Indeterminate
NOC 0, A, B or C
Skilled work experience One year in occupation related to job offer N/A
Education Completion of at least high school
Educational Credential Assessment or Canadian credential is required
Two-year post-secondary diploma from a publicly funded learning institution in the Atlantic region
Language Level 4 of the Canadian Language Benchmark in English or the Niveau de compétence Linguistique Canadien in French
Provincial endorsement Letter of endorsement
Who can apply
  • Atlantic High-Skilled Program
  • Atlantic Intermediate-Skilled Program

and one program for international student graduates:

  • Atlantic International Graduate Program

The work experience, education, and job offer you need will depend on whether you are applying as a worker or an international student graduate. The other requirements are the same for both.

Work experience

You must have worked at least one year (1,560 hours total or 30 hours per week) within the last three years. It can be full-time, non-continuous, or part-time, as long as it adds up to 1,560 hours.

The work must be:

  • in one occupation (but can be with different employers)
  • paid (volunteering or unpaid internships do not count)
  • at skill type/level 0, A, B, or C of the National Occupational Classification (NOC)

Check the requirements to make sure you select the right job.

The experience can be gained from inside or outside Canada.

International graduates

  • You do not need any work experience.

Workers apply as either high-skilled workers or intermediate-skilled workers. High-skilled workers need their one year of work experience to be at skill type/level 0, A, or B. Intermediate-skilled workers need their one year of work experience to be at the skill level C. If you are eligible to apply for both, apply as a high-skilled worker.

Education
  • a Canadian secondary (high school) or post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree,
  • a foreign degree, diploma, certificate, or trade or apprenticeship education credential. You need an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) report to make sure it is valid and equal to a Canadian credential.The report must show your education is equal to a completed Canadian secondary (high school) or post-secondary certificate, diploma or degree. Your ECA must be less than five years old when you apply.

International graduates

  • a minimum 2 year degree, diploma, certificate, or trade or apprenticeship credential from a recognized publicly-funded institution in an Atlantic province
  • been a full-time student in Canada for at least two years
  • graduated in the last 12 months when you apply
  • lived in one of the Atlantic provinces for at least 16 months in the last 2 years before you graduated
  • had the visa or permit needed to work, study or train in Canada

Your study or training program cannot be:

  • English or French second language courses for more than half of the program, or
  • distance learning undertaken for more than half the length of the program.

You can’t apply if you had a scholarship or fellowship requiring you to return to your home country after you graduate.

Job offer
  • from a designated employer in an Atlantic province (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, or Prince Edward Island)
  • non-seasonal
  • reviewed by the province (details on the endorsement process will be available in early March 2020)

The National Occupational Classification (NOC) and duration of the job offer depends on your application.

Job offers for high-skilled workers must:

  • be skill type/level 0, A, or B
  • last at least one year

Job offers for intermediate-skilled workers must:

  • be skill type/level 0, A, B, or C
  • be indeterminate (permanent)

Job offers for international graduates must:

  • be skill type/level 0, A, B, or C
  • last at least one year

Your job offer does not need to be in the same occupation as your past work experience. However, you need to meet employment requirements for the job you are offered. The requirements are listed in the NOC.

The employer does not need a Labour Market Impact Assessment. Contact the provinces to learn which employers are hiring with this program:

New Brunswick
Newfoundland and Labrador
Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island

Language
  • have at least a level four (4) in the Canadian Language Benchmarks in English or the Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadiens in French, and
  • take an approved language test that shows you meet the level for speaking, listening, reading and writing.

Your results must be less than two years old when you apply.

Proof of funds

You do not need to show proof if you are already living and working in Canada with a valid work permit.

Settlement plan
  • about the community where you will live, and
  • where you can get help for you and your family.

Atlantic Immigration Pilot

The pilot helps employers in Atlantic Canada hire foreign skilled workers who want to immigrate to Atlantic Canada and international graduates who want to stay in Atlantic Canada after they graduate.

On March 1, 2020, we announced:

  • a 2-year extension of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot
  • changes that give international graduates more time to apply
  • more flexibility for hiring health-care professionals
  • changes to the requirements for temporary work permit applications (starting May 1, 2020)

Employers in Atlantic Canada

About the pilot

Find out how the pilot works and if you can participate

Get designated

Learn how to become a designated employer in one of the Atlantic Provinces

Select program

Choose the right program to fill your job vacancy

Make a job offer

Hire a skilled foreign worker or international graduate

International graduates and skilled foreign workers

About the pilot

See if you can work and live in Atlantic Canada through the pilot

Make sure you meet the requirements

Work with a designated employer to get a job offer that matches your program requirements

Get your documents ready

What you need to apply for permanent residence in Atlantic Canada, including a settlement plan and certificate of endorsement

Apply for permanent residence

Get the forms you need to apply for permanent residence

Аэропорты около города Форт Сейнт-Джон, Канада (Fort_Saint_John, Canada)

Ближайший аэропорт к городу — Fort St John (YXJ). Аэропорт может обслуживать как местные, так и международные рейсы. Расположен всего в 7.34 км от центра города Форт Сейнт-Джон.

Второй по удаленности аэропорт — Dawson Creek (YDQ). Аэропорт так же обслуживает международные и местные рейсы. Удаленность от центра города Форт Сейнт-Джон — 84.32 км.

Полный перечень аэропортов возле города Форт Сейнт-Джон, Канада:

  • 7.34 км: Аэропорт Fort St John (YXJ) — Fort St John, BC, Canada (YXJ / CA)
  • 84.32 км: Аэропорт Dawson Creek (YDQ) — Dawson Creek, BC, Canada (YDQ / CA)
  • 205.46 км: Аэропорт Grande Prairie (YQU) — Grande Prairie, AB, Canada (YQU / CA)

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Аэропорт Форт Сент Джон (Fort St. John Airport). Официальный сайт.

Основные данные аэропорта Fort St. John:

  • Страна аэропорта: Канада .
  • Региональный аэропорт города ФортСентДжон, известен также как North Peace Regional Airport.
  • Год основания аэропорта: 1942.
  • GMT часовой пояс (лето/зима): -6/-7.
  • Широта географическая 56.24, долгота географическая -120.74.

Форт Сент Джон (Fort St. John Airport). Официальный сайт: www.fsjairport.com

Основные коды аэропорта:

  • ИАТА код аэропорта: YXJ.
  • ИКАО код аэропорта: CYXJ.

Full Airline Pilot Program (Canada)

From Zero to ATPL in only 2 years

Not just a flight training and internship program, but a full career pathway from Zero to permanent airline pilot employment.

Program Outline

Our «FPAP-C» (Canada ATP) program is an integrated flight training course from Zero to ICAO Airline Transport Pilot License with Instrument and Multi-engine ratings (CPL/ME/IR), Flight Instructor license, flight instructor internship and opportunity to build significan flight time working for regional airlines in Canada.

Quick program outline:

  • Option to build extensive flight time
  • Option to gain permanent res > 45,995 USD (plus govern. fees)
  • Please note: The cost in USD is based on 60683.00 Canadian Dollars for the base program cost, plus 6 months of accommodation and government fees.


How does this program offer you a unique training and career development opportunity?

The goal of any student pilot is to achieve sufficient flight time and aeronautical experience to become employable by the airlines. However, most airlines require pilots to hold an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) issued by a recognized ICAO member state. Our Canadian Airline Transport Pilot program offers you exactly that: an ability to study from Zero flight experince to a full ICAO (CAA) Commerical and Flight Instructor licenses in approximately two years.

The program is unique, because it guarantees high quality, internationally recognized ICAO pilot licenses, but also affords an opportunity to the program graduates to apply for internship as flight instructors for 12 months. Upon completion of the flight training and internship phases, the student will have a valuable opportunity to apply for Canada’s permanent residency using the Canadian Experience Class, and, if granted, continue to work for the leading regional and major airlines in Canada. The graduates of the program who worked as Flight Instructors in Canada will be able to apply for a permanent residence status in Canada, which, if approved, would allow them to apply for employment with the regional and major Canadian Airlines, such as Jazz, Rouge, WestJet and Air Canada.

Is the flight instructor internship guaranteed?

No, it is offered on discretionary basis by the FTP: the students will be able to apply for a post-graduation work permit (PGWP) to continue working in Canada after the completion of training. The flight academy will be the final authority in determining wheather or not the applicant is a suitable candidate for the internship as a flight instructor. The main factors considered by the academy will be: his/her performance during the training phase, professionalism, safety orientation, level or English knowledge and determination.

You can find out more information about the application process here>>>

Is the airline pilot internship guaranteed?

No, it is subject to approval by the Canadian Government: the foreign students who have studied at an accredited post-secondary school on a full-time basis, in a program of at least 2 years, may qualify to apply for a Permanent Canadian Residency status under the CAC program and, if approved, will be able to apply for an Airline Pilot Employment in any Canadian airline. To qualify, the foreign student must have completed the program on a Canadian campus at a Canadian FTP and achieved the educational and pilot licensing objectivesl required by the program. In addition, the foreign student must have worked for at least 12 months in a full-time, skilled position (see stage 4). The work experience must have been obtained after graduating from the program of study. (More details about this program can be located here >>>)

Is the ferry pilot internship guaranteed?

Yes, it is conditionally guaranteed: in case of unsuccessfull application for the Canadian Experience Class (permanent residency), the students will be offered an internship as international ferry pilots with our direct partner, Global Air Holdings, operating out of Hong Kong SAR.

Is the permanent airline employment placement guaranteed?

Yes, it is conditionally guaranteed: upon completion of flight training and internship phases,our company will offer the internship graduates a fully guartanteed and comprehensive airline employment placement assistance support for those who aspire to work in the Middle East, S.E. Asia, Central America and Europe, rather than Canada.

How much does the program cost?

The cost of this program is an estimate, based on the minimum pilot training and certification requirements set by the Canadian Aviation Authority, and can not be guaranteed. We advise all applicants to have a budgetary reserve of approximately 15-20% in addition to the estimated program cost.

Main Advantages of This Program

This flight training program is engineered by our aviation training consultants: current and active airline pilots, flight instructors and other esteemed aviation professionals who have extensive work experience as pilots in Canada, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Hong Kong. Our consultant are well aware of challenges that a newly-minted commercial pilots face after they complete flight training and, based on their extensive experience, can help our pilots to overcome such obstacles with ease. Therefore, this flight training program is designed with Ten Most Important Advantages in mind:

Intergrated Training Curriculum.

Canadian flight academy is an accredited by the CAAC flight training facility, which uses a specially CAA-accredited flight training curriculum. Such curriculum is highly respected by the airlines and, therefore, gives our students an important advantage when applying for employment in Canada or anywhere in the world.

Canada & International Pilot Internships

Students will be able to apply for internship and, if approved by the academy, work as flight instructors while being paid, building valuable flight time to achive the target of 1500 flight hours, and receive their full CAA Airline Transport Pilot License. Pilots will be offered an advanced internship as international ferry pilots and airline pilots for two years, while on student visa work permit. Some qualified graduates will be offered an opportunity to extend their internship for unlimited time as permanent residents and work as airline pilots in Canada

Fully-accredited Flight Academy

Our Canadian FTP is a fully-accredited Flight Academy. Academic credits earned while studying can be transferred to any other college or university after completion of flight training program, if student wishes to persue an aeronautical degree.

Opportunity for Permanent Residency Status in Canada

Canada is a unique country in the North America: unlike the U.S., Canada allows those who came on a student visa and gained a sponsored by the flight school employment authorization permit for the perpose of internship as a flight instructor, apply for a permanent residency status (Canadian «Green Card») upon completion of employment.

Around-the-Clock Flight Schedule

Our Canadian FTP operates seven days per week, with the breaks only due to bad weather or important public holidays.

Low Cost of Training

This program is priced to be extremely competitive on the international aviation trainin market. In fact, we can guarantee you that no other flight training facility offere better value «Airline Employment Ready» program for this price. If you find a lower cost program that offers you this much — we will match it!

Canadian Student Visa Support

Our company provides special enhanced visa support for all international students. Hence, our applicants enjoy a particularly high student visa approval rate. Due to frequent F1 visa rejections by the US consulate, the «Canadian Option» is becoming extremely popular choice among the students from many developing countries in the South-East Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

Additional Employment Guarantees for Our Graduates

All our graduates who completed the advanced flight instructor internship, a conditional employment with Global Air Holdings Ltd (HK). This employment has three main benefits to the pilots: 1) Pilots have an opportunity to continue gaining their flight time through the international cross-country flight experience; 2) pilots get a higher visa approval rates 3) pilots can put this employment as the second professional aviation job in their resumes.

Airline Pilot Placement Support

As mentioned above, our graduates will, effectively, have two conditionally available employments right after they complete the flight training phase: flight instructor internship with Toronto Airways Academy in Canada and international ferry pilot employment with the Global Air Ferry. Based on these employments, graduates will receive three excellent recommendation letters from Aerocadet, from Toronto Airways and from Global Air Ferry. These letters could be used as valuable supporting documents when applying for employment with any regional and international airlines.

As you can see, our FPAP-C flight training program is not just about the flight training: it’s a completely integrated and encompassing educational and career development tool which is imperative for anyone who wants to achieve success in the modern aviation industry and become an airline pilot within the shortest time-frame possible.

CPL/AMEL/ASEL Course (12 month) Canada CFI/CFII/MEI Course (6 months) Canada Optional Internship (flight instructor) (12 months) Canada Airline First Officer Employment (unlimited) Canada Structured internship International (18 months) HK Airline Employment Placement Assis. (unlimited) World

Total duration of the flight training and the initial flight instructor internship is approximately 3 years. All stages of flight training are conducted in Canada to a very high standard by an accredited flight academy. After the completion of flight training phase, all students will be offered an opportunity to apply for the internship phase in order to work as flight instructors, which, in turn, will give them an opportunity to build additional flight time. After pilots achieve 1000-1500 hours of total flight time, students will be able to obtain their CAA ATPL and apply for either option 1 or option 2 internships. At the last (optional) stage, graduates will be provided permanent airline employment placement assitance service by our company with such airlines as Fly Dubai, Emirates, Qatar, Cathay Pacific, Air Asia, Lion Air, Singapore Airlines, Air China, Chinese Airlines, Air Hong Kong, Malaysian Airlines, Jet Star, Tiger Air and many more.

More details about the program segments:

Stage 1 : Enrollment (2 months). At this stage, student will be required to complete enrollment application form (here >>>) and provide documents for initial consideration by our company. After application details and document screening, student will be contacted for the initial interview to check his knowledge of English. our requirements are simple: high school diploma (or higher), English knowledge on upper-intermediate level or better, international passport and good health with no disqualifying conditions (see full list of enrollment requirements here >>>) Once all requirements are satisfied, the student will be furnished with the flight training agreement, visa support paperwork, preliminary aviation training study materials and TSA security clearance.

Stage 2 : PPL, CPL/AMEL/ASEL (12 months). After arrival in Canada at our partner FPT training center, a student will undergo a short CAA pilot medical. After this, student will start his/her theoretical and practical training: ground school and flying. The FTP aims to conduct at least 3-4 hours of ground school every day and 2-3 hours of flight training together with the ground school. The flight training segment will be subdivided into Private, Instrument, Commercial courses, each giving the student a higher aeronautical license and grade. After completion of this phase, the student will become a fully-certified Commercial Pilot holding a CAA/ICAO license, rated to operate single-engine, multi-engine aircraft, both in visual (VMC) and instrument metereological (IMC) conditions. It takes approximately 200 flight hours to complete this stage

Stage 3 : CAA Flight Instructor Rating (6 months). Student, who displayed a high standard of airmanship, safety and English proficiency during the preceding phase of his/her training, will then proceeed to obtaining his/her Certified Flight Instructor license. This license is necessary to facilitate the internship phase of our program, which would afford the student an opportunity to work as a flight instructors and build valuable flight time, as well as get paid for this work. It takes approximately 30 flight hours to complete this stage

Stage 4 : Flight Instructor Internship * (12 — 18 months). Student, and at this point, a fully-qualified CAA flight instructor, will be offered opportunity to apply for internship as a flight instructor with our Canadian FTP, under the Intern Abroad Program in Canada. This program allows international students who completed academic or vocational studies in Canada to undergo career development interships. During this period, if qualified and approved, the student will work as flight instructor for our FTP «Toronto Airways» near Toronto, Canada, and gain approximately 1000-1500 hours or total flight time. (More information about this work program can be found here)

Stage 5 : Optional Airline Pilot Internship ** (unlimited). Foreign students who have studied at an accredited post-secondary school on a full-time basis, in a program of at least 2 years, may qualify to apply for a Permanent Canadian Residency status under the CEC (Canadian Experience Class) program and, if approved, become eligible to apply for airline pilot employment with any Canadian airline. To qualify, the foreign student must have completed the program with our Canadian FTP, at a Canadian campus and have obtained the educational/licensing credential. In addition, the foreign student must have worked for at least 12 months in a full-time, skilled position (see stage 4). The work experience must have been obtained after graduating from the program of study. (More details about this program can be located here)

Stage 6 (Optional) M >*** (unlimited). This option is offered to the graduates who have completed at least 2 years of employment with a regional airline in Canada flying CRJ-200 or Q-400 aircraft as first officers. At this point, our company will continue fostering your pilot career by offering a comprehensive airline employment support with the leading airlines in Asian and Middle Eastern countries. This service is offered both to internship Option 1 and internship Option 2 graduates. There is no limit to the assistance program: we will continue our support until the graduates get permanent airline employment. Of course, it is conditional on the graduate’s passing the airline employment interview.

We are confident, that in view of growing pilot deficit in the World, and a unique and robust nature of our ATPL program, Students will be able to obtain airline employment within 2-4 months after completion of their internships.

Important Terms & Conditions

* This CPT internship is limited to 12 months. There is no student obligation or training bonds. Pilots are free to leave internship at any time without penalties, if they elect to do so. Conditions of internship include the following requirements: passage of all CAA theoretical exams with the grades of 80% or higher; not more than one CAA practical exam failure; no accidents, incidents or CAA air law violations during training phase; English level of ICAO-5 or higher and ability to communicate in English clearly. The internship is subject to approval by the FTP, and authorization by the Canadian government. This Internship if offered ONLY to graduates of Aerocadet’s Full Professinal Airline Pilot flight training program who studied from either Zero or PPL levels.

** For foreign nationals with work experience in Canada, the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) is an immigration program that provides these individuals an opportunity to gain permanent residency in Canada. В The CEC is a program designed help those who already have experience living and working in Canada and who have acclimated to Canadian society to remain in Canada as permanent residents. В The program is an excellent fit for temporary foreign workers in Canada or foreign nationals who graduated from a Canadian post-secondary institution and remained in Canada to work. In order to be eligible to apply for permanent residency under the Canadian Experience Class, applicants must: (1) Have at least one year of full time (30 hours per week) work experience in CanadaВ on a legitimate work permit, as per Stage 4; (2) demonstrate their knowledge of English language with a minimum score of CLB 5 or IELTS 6 in reading, writing, speaking and listening.

3000+ hours of Private Pilot & Instrument ground school
hours of Private Pilot & Instrument flight training
hours of Commercial Pilot ground school
hours of Commercial Pilot flight training
hours of CAA Instructor ground school
hours of CAA Instructor flight training
hours of Flight Instructor Internship (up to 18 months)
hours of Airline Pilot Internship (unlimited)*
hours of Ferry Pilot Internship (up to 18 months)**

** Airline Pilot Internship is available with the FTP’s recommendation after achieving excellent employment evaluation, and subject to approval for permanent residency status and employment authorization under the CEC program. Available aircraft types are: Bombardier CRJ-700/900, Bombardier Q400 (Air Canada Jazz). For candidates with outdanding achievements, options for employment with WestJet on Boeing 737NG are available. Type ratings are offered to candidates who passed the airline interviews and initial criminal background and aviation safety checks. Type ratings are fully sponsored by the airlines. Training bonds and minimum term of service contracts may apply.

*** International Commercial Ferry Pilot internship is offered as an add-on at $1750 per student. Pilots fly various light piston and turbo-prop (with MTOW below 5700 kg.) aircraft from various locations in the USA to delivery locations in Europe, Asia Africa and Middle East. Jet type-ratings are available at additional cost for pilots who want to ferry light and medium jets.

Aviation Electives

PPL Private Pilot License
Commercial Pilot License
Certified Flight Instructor License
Instrument Rating
Multi-Engine Rating
Single-Engine Rating
Q-400 Embraer Regional Jet 170/175
Canadair Regional Jet 700/900

First Year Flight Training Courses:

Private Pilot Ground School 5 credit hours
Private Pilot Flight Training 2 credit hours
Multi-Engine Pilot Ground School 1 credit hour
Multi-Engine Flight Training .5 credit hour
Instrument Rating Ground School 4 credit hours
Instrument Rating Flight Training 2 credit hours
Commercial Pilot Ground School 4 credit hours
Commercial Pilot Flight Training 3.5 credit hour
Commercial Pilot Flight Training Lab 3 credit hours
Total: 25 C.H.
Pilot Career Planning and Interviewing 1 credit hours
ATPL Certification Training Program Theory 1 credit hours
Total: 6 C.H.

Additional Training Courses

Fundamentals of Instructing 2 credit hours
Flight Instructor Airplane Theory 3 credit hours
Flight Instructor Instrument Theory 3 credit hours
Flight Instructor Certification Course 1 credit hours
141 Flight Instruction Standardization 1.5 credit hours
CRJ Simulator Course Theory 3 credit hours
Jet Transition Course Lab 1.5 credit hours
Aviation Internship I 3.5 credit hours
Aviation Internship II 3.5 credit hours
Total: 22 C.H.
Total academic credit hours: 53

The listed above academic courses and their respective credit hour ratings may be converted into any college or university accreditation scale using the standard European Academic Credit Transfer System (details from Wikipedia article here >>>)

Please note: all academic credits are apprximate and subject to admissions board review and evaluation by the target college or university. Normally, the level of education and practicum upon completion of the training and internship phases equals to Associate Degree in Aeronautical science. Hence, most pilots are able to obtain a full Bachelor’s Degree in just 2 years after transferring the academic credits to a colleg or university.

Our company recommends Thomas Edison State University (Trenton, New Jersey) for domestic and international students who wish to complete their BSc degrees online. This fully-accredited U.S. university allocates over 50 academic credits for FAA and CAA ATP and CFI holders with moderate jet experience. No F1 visa is necessary, as classes and proctored exams can be taken 100% online. For more details, please contact www.tesu.edu

6 months of standard shared accommodation is included in our FPAP-C program. After the 6 months lapse, the students are normally allowed to leave the campus accommodation and rent a private apartment with the classmates. Normally, 3 or 4 pilots elect to rent a 3-4 bedroom apartment where each student has a private room

Fort St. John, B.C., Looking For Skilled Immigrants

The mayor of Fort St. John, Lori Ackerman, has said that a pilot project to bring more international skilled workers to the Northern B.C. town is in the process of being established. At this time, however, few additional details about the program are known.

«We’re working on it, and once we’ve got it all ironed out with all the details, it’ll gladly be public,” stated Ackerman, who added that «We’ve received the nod from the province and the federal government to do this pilot project.”

Fort St. John will be looking towards newcomers with skilled trades experience, such as electricians and welders.

«We’re looking at trying to get field trades into whatever areas we need them,» said local MLA, Pat Pimm. «The oil and gas industry, we really have problems getting to become part of the foreign worker program or whatever, because they don’t have real consistent hours.» He said that because of this, they have not been able to access foreign workers similar to other businesses.

The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program allows the province to select candidates for Canadian immigration who may benefit the local labour market.

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Fort St. John

Overview

Life on the frontier isn’t what it used to be. The burgeoning city of Fort St. John sports impressive infrastructure, culture and recreation choices – a far cry from the rugged outpost days of old. Experience British Columbia’s past and future in this energetic town, known for its natural resources and outdoor entertainment.

Originally founded as a trading post, Fort St. John is the oldest European settlement on mainland British Columbia. As one of the northernmost populated centres in British Columbia, Fort St. John supports the surrounding rural area of over 69,000 people with a broad range of services and activities.

The city’s age is a stark contrast to its youthful demographic. Home to young couples and BC’s highest birthrate, Fort St. John is full of community spirit and opportunity. The current period of growth is the largest since a population influx spurred by the homesteading movement of the 1930s. Many of these original pioneers’ descendants still live in the area, generations later.

Far from being stuck in one spot, Fort St. John’s site has relocated several times over the years to accommodate growth and shifts in economic focus. The travelling spirit remains strong in Fort St. John and its surrounding area – as the gateway to many northern provincial parks, and mile 47 on the Alaskan Highway, Fort St. John serves as a launching point for northern adventures.

The nearby Boreal forest and Peace River valley cater to fishermen and campers. Local wildlife including bison, elk, moose, deer and bears share the great outdoors with hunters and hikers in the summer and cross-country skiers and snowmobilers in the winter.

For the less adventurous, winter and summer are also festival seasons in Fort St. John. Standout festivals include the North Peace Fall Fair, the World’s Invitational Gold Panning Competition and the annual High on Ice winter festival.

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Destination basics

Fort St. John experiences a full range of four seasons, making it a great spot for year-round outdoor activities. Hikers, golfers, cross-country skiiers and snowmobilers will all find something to do in the nearby fields, forests and river valleys.

Visitors during winter months should come prepared for cold northern temperatures. Respite from the cold is found in the welcome warm air brought by chinook winds from the Rocky Mountains.

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