We regularly update all of our courses as appropriate to keep in line with changes in regulations and procedures. That's the beauty of an on-line course over and above any printed material that you purchase, which effectively becomes out of date as soon as you receive it (if not beforehand)!
Each of our courses contains change control information detailing the differences from previous versions. For every course, this can be found on page 4.
Listed below are all of our courses with the dates they were last updated. All this information is in one place here to check if you need to re-visit a particular course to bring yourself up to speed.
|Air Law & ATC Procedures||31st May 2019|
|Operational Procedures||13th March 2019|
|Aircraft General Knowledge||28th November 2017|
|Principles of Flight||20th February 2018|
|Meteorology||28th March 2018|
|Human Performance & Limitations||14th February 2018|
|Navigation||11th April 2018|
|Communications (Radio Telephony)||28th May 2019|
|Flight Performance & Planning||6th November 2017|
|IMC-IR(R) Rating||18th February 2019|
|Infringement Avoidance||28th May 2019|
|Night Rating||3rd March 2019|
|PPL Updater||28th May 2019|
By popular demand.... we can now offer a subscription service that is restricted to accessing the test and exam questions only. Otherwise known as "Question Bank Access".
This subscription choice may well suit people who choose to study using other means, but would like to ensure they are "exam ready".
By using this subscription, you get restricted access to Ask An Instructor (only being able to get support on the specific test/exam questions), but you do get the "Exam Readiness Certificate" service to allow you to prove to your training organisation that you are fit to take the written exam.
More information is available from Buy a Subscription.
We've introduced a new facility and you're all loving it!
When you take a progress test or mock exam on the system, and you review your detailed answers, we're gradually populating an explanation for each one. At the bottom of that particular question, if you don't understand how the answer to that question was obtained, you will see a link titled "Click HERE for an explanation of this question/answer". It does what it says on the tin!
If you still don't comprehend, then the explanation page still offers you the option to "Click HERE to Ask an Instructor for an explanation of this question/answer". So you're never left in the lurch!
Check out this Example Question/Answer Explanation Page to see the outstanding quality of our explanations!