License commercial pilots wishing to fly aircraft weighing over 5700 kg may wish to pursue an Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL). To qualify for an ATPL license, pilots must hold a CPL license, have logged at least 1500 flight hours, and be able to pass the theory exams.
With the integrated training course you will obtain a Commercial Pilot Licence, Multi engine, Instrument rating and a frozen ATPL.
The difference between ATPL and CPL in brief:
CPL – Commercial Pilot License
ATPL – Airline Transport Pilot License /1500 hours of experience
The Integrated course offers the opportunity to get the licenses(ratings) in 24 months. The ground schools will be given in classrooms, but distance learning via internet will be used for ATPL theory. The training is divided into modules and in some modules the training can be combined with other activities of a candidate for example work/solo flights.
To participate in the integrated course you must hold a high school diploma or equivalent with subjects math, physics and English.