EASA (EUROPEAN LICENSE)

Modular courses

On this page, you will find the EASA modular courses that are available at OSM Aviation Academy's training locations in Arendal, Norway and Västerås, Sweden.

Modular courses are typically the best choice for you if you are unable to study full-time. If you would like a complete program that will take you "from zero to hero" you should consider our integrated programs.

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ATPL(A) Theory

Our semi-distance ATPL(A) theory is divided into three semesters where each semester starts with an introduction week, followed by self-studies for 7-9 weeks before it is concluded with a repetition week, followed by an exam week.
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CPL/ME/IR

OSM Aviation Academy offers a high-quality CPL/ME/IR modular course with airline structure and standards of manuals, procedures, and callouts.
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APS MCC

The course Airline Pilot Standards (APS) Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) course is one of the last steps in your commercial pilot training. The goal of the course is to further enhance your knowledge of human factors and how you communicate in an efficient and controlled way in the cockpit.

The APS MCC is built on competency-based training and evaluation and has 40 hours (twice as many as the traditional MCC course) in the Boeing 737 simulator.
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MCC

The course Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) is one of the last steps in your commercial pilot training. The goal of the course is to further enhance your knowledge of human factors and how you communicate in an efficient and controlled way in the cockpit.

You should consider the more extensive Airline Pilot Standards (APS) MCC course, which has 40 hours (twice as many as the traditional MCC course) in the Boeing 737 simulator.
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A-UPRT

The Upset Prevention and Recovery Training at OSM Aviation Academy includes the practical and theoretical training required for pilots to become UPRT approved. UPRT is a requirement from EASA for commercial pilots.
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FI(A)

Being a Flight Instructor is one of the most rewarding careers you can have in aviation and makes you an even more experienced and proficient pilot along the way.

Since all students are different you need to become an expert in explaining theoretical concepts and describing flying maneuvers in a variety of ways, in order to achieve an optimal learning experience for the different learning styles of your students.
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IRI/CRI

With an EASA Flight Instructor (FI) rating you are not able to teach for an instrument- or class rating. The next natural career development for a Flight Instructor is therefore to expand their instructor ratings to include Instrument Rating Instructor (IRI) and Class Rating Instructor (CRI) to be able to teach more advanced flight training.

Obtaining Instrument- and Class Rating Instructor (IRI/CRI) ratings will enable you to teach students that are working on their Instrument Rating (IR) and Multi-Engine (ME) ratings.