Aviation Studies 30 Overview
Prerequisite: Aviation Studies 20
This course appeals to students who enjoy a “hands on” learning style and co-operation with teachers in a mentorship approach to course planning and career exploration. There are guest speakers from the industry and tours of aviation facilities.
Topics such as: air law, instruments, advanced navigation and meteorology, the mathematics of navigation; and use of maps and navigation instruments to plan cross-country flights are taught. Careers in aviation are also addressed. The content of the course includes topics required to write a Transport Canada private pilot examination.
Building and flying both Radio Control airplanes and full size airplanes is part of the "hands-on" process.